Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 15, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
14 1HI UTMUDGI WAlD Wi I naif, April IS, JACKSON SKETCHES- Dr. Naomi Jackton Gloves of Ottawa neiee of Group of Seven ortijt A. J. Jackson talki with French, University of lethbridge art departmenf'i gallery director, and Hides, chairman of the department, at the opening Tuesday of an exhibition of her uncle's pencil sketches. The 13 sketches, drawn In the 1910s, T920i and comprijs scenes of Ontario landscapes near the Great loirs and bear the artist's written Instructions to himself for the final painted works. The show, at Old Fort Whoop-Up art gallery, runs through to Friday. Public viewing hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily VS. Clergyman Tells Lutherans Church Wrong To State Absolute Ethical Stands former Resident Designs Stamp coma would "be wrong to inumnaq once iod far iB what eihkal abode should Lutberai pnfess- or said Tuesday al a three day eoBveDtni of ibout IS Lutber- fracm and Bribes Oolombia- Dr. Wafer BarUing, profets- of New Testament ft Cm- cordia Seminary St. task, the ABC (Atta- B.C.) district of Lutheran Cburcb-Caikada, the Canadian arm of tte KBMSJTI Synod. Dr. Barllinf said rat Bible Hello Dr. Smith Oat m natters at pic marital aex, ebtrbaa, iew of coa- tneeptiaa, abortion and the eqjto- Were church to lay don ntiap theae matten, be i ansiBg1' B ehaated aid bad toatter its whoever you are By JIM WIUON BenU BUT Witter Never fear it was al to the mod) of a rather badly matted crew at the Calvary Herald. The, Herald Calgary ver- Boa recently printed a story abort Umrenity of Cal- gary registrar Dr. W. A. Smith, and a report be bad just comrilFied concero- fflg that mivemty's relationship. Unfortunately, (be name Just got, wen, confused a a nice, polite wont, and the pa- per osed a picture of Uni- VQuly of uetobnage Prcs- dent Dr. W. A_ S. "Sun" Smtt by mistake to Ouatrate its story. (InddentaBy, the picture of the U of'L's Dr. Smith was enm auppbed tome luoutlsi ago by The Herald Mk- biidge Hie Calganr Herakts eem- ment? (Said, no doubt, with a glowing A copy of tbe mistake ha> been sent to the U of L's Dr. Smith at hu current Califor- nia residence (he's on sabba- tical leave from the U of L for health and research rea- sons) by bk Lethbridge of- fice. Dr. Smith the president wffl return to his job this Septem- ber; Dr. Smith (he registrar is still in Calgary and, DO doubt, a bit confused over Tin be is. The Calgary Herald is now uimiifuMd and bjajm tbat Dr. W.'A. South is not Dr.' W. Al S. Dr. BarUiaf, SI, wfll vii a. PauTs episUe Corinthians during the con- vection, wffl tackle some of the thornier qnectaoBi troubling It i> Coriathianj that the wstle suggests women cover Bir heads and be silent in urch, that tfae state superior the married state, and that an should have domi- nance over women. Dr. Barthng caid tbe epistle as written at a specific time T a specific situation, 'and "Jl's instructions should out Hted out and applied to all listorkal periods. He indicated some Biblical comments were true universal- such as the famous John 16 passage which speaks of jod's love for the world and advise that eternal life is gauv ed.through belief in Bis "onb begotten son 16-Day Plan To Run Three Times During Summer LCC Offers Outdoor Recreation Program special summer program outdoor be of- fered this year by the Lett- bridge Community College, to involve co-otdmaled studies in general outdoor recreation, field ecology and borseman- s hip. Tbe program wfll last IS days including a 10-day camp- ing trip, sod will give regular LCC credits toward a college diploma. It will be offend by the LCC school -of liberal education's outdoor recreation department, in co-operation with the school of continuing education. The program is available three tunes dialing the sum- mer, u a package: July s to 18; July 20 to Aug. 4; and: Aug. 22. wiH be limited and understanding of the.out- oor world by taking tbe stu- enl oo a IMay camping flip. Opportunity will be provided to in detail the remums or much of man's outdoor rec- reational experiences." to a enrolment of 30 Much of the program win In- volve tfae camping field trip Uc tbe areas near and hi the Rocky' Mountains. "The courses are based OB tbe dual conviction that man's life is enriched by a better un- derstanding of bis natural Tiiuuiuent, and that leanuni can be tbe pro- gram's descriptive material says. 'They win provide Insigh ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Ml ft. 1. Hi. Mt-WM ,The ecology (living plants and animals and the way they survive) of Rocky Mountain plants, "limais water life nil! be studied, along with local geology and other phenomena. Management and conserva- Church Teaching Poor Says Visiting Minister "Teaching of the word or the i education programs are also message cooiaiDed in tbe scrip- not meeting the needs of adults tores has always faced difft- at present. class enrol- culUes in the past, but it is in- creasingly more This was tbe reminder Pastor meat is low, and interest ban to establish. Edwin Lehman gave in Iris re- purt from tbe department of parish education to me dele- gates of the Alberta and British Columbia district cf the Luther- Ctnrch, Missouri Synod, meeting in Letabridge .toil week. "We have to have a more effective way of presenting our Christian education program to today's enUgbtaaed Mr. said. We have oo difficulty m at- tracting and teaching children between me ages of 5 and 11, an age where the needs are not especially demanding. By tbe time they become teenagers aunty u, at a time when their needs of all social and personal types are increasing, the at- tendance begins to drop off. We jilft can't seem to reach them.' Pastor IVivn said Christian "We need to update our meth- ods of presentation and sharpen our teaching be advised 'Most of us in the theologies field have had slim training in Christian education program- ming. We have to be educated in order to educate. We need U> take advantage of various work shops and Sunday school con- ventions where training leaching skills are offered. W can't expect people to be in- terested If TC don't know how to present it." Pastor Lehman said the after maay months of study ant planning, tbe synod's board for parish education has announc ed Dew nrateriak for a compre- hensive program of Ctristian education in Uie congregation Entitled Mission: Life, the new materials will attempt relate the Christian message to everyday probjenu in life. tkn practices and techniques involving tfae major renewable resources such as wildlife, fish, water and forests will be exam-' first-band on tbe ramping Id farip. College officials say the wfll be ideal for ek- nectary and junior-senior high fhool biology teachers, camp and youth leaders and any con- outdoorsmen and cili- wfao have an interest in tdoor recreation, nature and Iderness conservation. Fees for each 16-day session, including an supplies, food, equipment and borses wOl be DO per person. The outdoor recreation sec- of each 16-day program will give three credit hours, and study outdoor recreatioi today and tomorrow, tbe need r it and its scope; Organized camping, types of INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR PAINT DtlMUTH LYLE'S HARDWARE 414 416 13th St. N. Phone 328-3541 ris, tl hygiene and national parks camp craft education tool- craft, fincraft, camp cooking ity Poster Wins A poster by Stephanie Hend- of Anao Watson School will represent Alberta as tfae unior division entry in nation- al finals this month of the Ca- nadian Federation of Musi' Teacben' Association p o s t e contest A poster by Becky Wong of ;dmanton if the seninr division entry. Miss Henderson' was one of ive winners in tile Lethbndfe nd district compeboB, which bad a Wai of 113 entries. Winners at the local level Ten, tor the senior division: first, Tma Gerem'a of Cathobc Central High School; second Acne Beaty; and Cindy Young, both of Gilbert Patter- son School. Winners in tbe junior drvbko ere: first Miss Henderson; second, Kelly Witacks, Agnes Davidson, Honorable mentions went to Nancy Hodge and Nancy Car- nine, both of ABan Watson School. A coflage by Hita Ir- win was highly commended U- hough it did Dot qualify as i poster. Judges (or the local compe- tition were Lethbridge artists Michael Pisko and Cathy Evhn. The posters are on display at the Bowman Art! Centre. ope craft, orientation, pack Camp recreation incfajdnij canoeing, fishing, collecting, ri og and'astronomy. In addition, a field laboratory pro- gram win be taught, icing tbe vcreation potential of the .area lie camping trip visits. Field ecology also yields credi hours. Tbe icctur involves background what ecology is, on gins of the earth and of life, andfonns in North America and local geology, gUdabon during ke ages and what it climate and tow it affects the environment, and soil fori tioo and plant succession. Basic principles of wfll teach photosynthesis, water cycle, food pyramids and oecouipubiUuu, syiiibi sis, parasitism, stability of a related cycles in nature population dynamics. Man and bis reiationsh with nature win be studied, eluding bB emergence as dominant species, instinc what man has done to his nat- ural envmmment, primary sources and their rate of sumption by civilization, th world food problem and erafly, man's potential for SOT rival The ecology section also has a laboratory program, studyi geology, soils, climate and bio ogical communities, and win trip. _____ The horsemanship cuuise will mctnbe lurii'n some basics aboot hones, how to choose a horse, riding gear, grooming and riding itself. A substantial amount of the horsemanship course win be part of the field camping trip, since horses wUl be a major souice of transportation. Further information and ap- plication forms are available from the LCC school of con- tinuing education. DENNIS BUTTON Theft Brings Jail Term A Calgary man, Walter WO- A tamei BAB, Dennis Burton, hat dessfaai a stamp to commemorate Beery Kelsey. the first exptsrer Western Canada's plains. Marking the MHfa sacmr- sary Seteey's birth, the ajruat stamp be released by the post office today, tt be red, blue, yellow aai dark brows in color. Apprenticed me Hudsaj'i Compauv in IBM, Kelsey expkind the West as an agent to opes new avenues of b-ade. He Irnd sad b-avdled nth the native In- due tribes for yean. Mr. Burton, wfao desiflnd the stamp, was me first. Letb- bridge-born artist to bare bis works exhibited across Canada. In 1KC, bis travelling extibi- tien. o( M ofl paintings sad sev- en drawings wae taken a tour of art gajjenes k Seat ohn. New Brunswick, ton and Vancouver 9 a series described by tbt Brunswick Museum de- partment of arts as a pngra' intended to present nrary artists of. Cook- sentenced to However, the injunctions thai cover their heads with as much apostolic authority" as John Dr. Bartlmg said m an inter- sew that Christians may apply "domino theory" ID the iMe. If one.verse can be dis- missed because of the changes time, tfae tne between sitoa- 9oal and universal apph'cation somes difficult to place. He said the fundamental ap- roach to modern problems lust be a committment to Christ, and belief in God's krye three months in provincial jail when be appeared in' maps- trie's court recently for sen- taxing on a charge of of stolen property. Pictare Butte RCMP said 000 feet of new power cable that had been stolen from'Calgary Power Ltd. property in Vulcan and was valued at had been Tound in Cook's possession.. Magistrate Arthur EHord said he was taking into, account Cook's record which dated back to 1956 and mcfaxM, jail terms (or related namely break enter' and theft. mficance." )urhn to paint a mural for tie Ontario Pavilion as we! at dsv the window foia> for tba Expo reslauranL His paintingB nave bam bought and eihftited by meb gaueries and nntferattea at tbe National Gallery of Oeida m Ottawa, tne Pbaadeipbia Museum of Art, the Vi in me and grace aa Bible. "But to quote Paul's words per cent of the time would not be faithful to Paul's inten- tion." Dr. Bartling said the fear Hat the entire faith would col- lapse with re-JDtopreUtioo of the Bible "is anwafTanted.' Salmon Named To Rodeo Team Jack Sabncn, son of Mr. wd Mrs. Carl Salmon, 1414. Lake- view Drive, has been named to the Kicks College Rodeo team for1 tbe 1970 season. He win participate it inter- ooDegiate in Lu Vegas, Nevada, Idaho and Utah through May 16. Head Start Meeting Tonight The annual meeting of the Lctbbridge Head Start demoD- sualtoi project wi9 be' held to- night at S o'clock hi St. Pat rick's School, Ufa SL and Ave: S. Head Start is deeigned to give five year okb from disad vantaged homes (be opportun- ity to cairn up with their age mates in terms of general ex periences, self concept ant sett assurance, so mey can start Grade 1 on equal foot Tbe b open to tfae public. Art Gallery, McMaster Unrnr- siry in Oatarlo acd the Sr George Wnbtai UDV versity, Montreal. In the faU of 1M, Mr. Bar- on joiued UK fine artx facnlbf of the Sir George Wiffiawwi Mm- in Montreal M a sf and imng in Toronto, Mr. oo-fomded the New Schpd A4. WWe, tfaov. be uwlructal 'io daaaes, tooting didwlug fw ttv plete, rfnokite and utter begot ner, graduating about 900 aosv teur and noD-profeBsignal ar- tists. He also lectured for the humanities department of York. University in art history whue ia Toronto. In March, 19Eg, he bad a one. man show of 20; fin-by-nre- foot oil painongs si the ISMO Gallery in Toronto, Major works were purchased from tbe' show by tbe University of West- ern Ontario; Hart Hona rjnj. versHy, University of TcrootB ud Mount Alhson Uomrsity.. Mr. Burton is flbe son of Mn. H. J. ELJ of Lethbridge. tbe TO BE PRESENTED Word has been received hi city that Mrs. T. D. Y. of Brisbane, Australia, sister of Mr. Albert Hiag of Lethbridge was chosen by tbe Australian Women's Bowling League to be presented to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth, Prince of Wales, Duke of and Princess Anne. WEST COAST SEAFOODS Trucklood Sate of FRESH FISH and SEAFOODS h H.H At FORT WHOOP-UP SERVICE Thursday, April 16, and Friday, April 17 From 10 a.m. lo 7 p.m. NfW PIKI IRT AND SCHHMJU NOW AVAHAMI SHOE REPAIR MIKE'S SHOE REPAIR 1 Ml 3rd Avt. S. fNnt UdtW SPECIAL NOTICE Commenting Monday, April 20, 1970, City Had office hovn will from A.M. h> r.W. Thn will until Friday, ofntr which data hran wiH rcnrt t-M M .P.M. T. I. FERGUSON City Manager Laurel Chapter No. 43 O.E.S. and Mapb Uaf Chapttr No. with the of Job's Daughton Will Conduct A DAFFODIL SALE THURS. FRI. SAT. APRIL IN An OF THE mo CANCER CAMPAIGN BUNCH 35c 3 BUNCHES 1.00 Dorffodils Will k On Sole 1M to p.m. Thumlqy; p.m. to p.m. Friday; a.m. to p.m. Saturday and to p.m. Friday At ftw Saftway Stem, 1 l-Mart Mom, feton's, 'MoK, Zcntr-s, Shopptn' WorW, VHogt, MA, Thrrftwoy Dregs it knk of lank of Montnwl, lank of Hmt Stotia, MnV of CamiU, oitd ftw TrMtury trsmh DAFrOOOi WM. AUO K SOW AT AU NURSINO HOMCS Cancer CAN Be Beaten Please Support Daffodil Sale!