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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 24, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE August Pentecostals reminded nation for God' REGINA (CP) Delegates to the general conference of the Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada received a call for renewed evangelical efforts as they opened a six-day meeting here Thursday night. Rev H H Barber, pastor of Calvan Temple m Winnipeg, said in his prepared opening speech that religion is es- pecially needed now. This generation is pampered, perplexed, bewildered, short-changed. Someone must stand in the 'Our society has mote ad- diction, more alienation, more INSURANCE LIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES LTD Established 19M Lower Floor 517 4th Ave. S. Phone 327-1541 loneliness, more empty lives than any previous generation in history We have more knowledge but less wisdom, more possessions but less riches, more pleasures but less joy. "We must go forward to claim our cities, our provinces, our nation, for God. We must claim the mass media for God. We must in- filtrate our school systems with dedicated teachers." He cautioned delegates not to lose sight of their prime mission- "We are not here to influence legislation or ameliorate social conditions, or make this a better world to live in "We are here to snatch men as brands from the burning." From 400 to 500 voting delegates were expected at the conference, representing 800 affiliated churches in Canada and related rhurches in 15 overseas areas where Pentecostal mis- sionaries work Social influence troubles bishops tf ALTERNATIVES SECRETARIAL EDUCATION Lethbridge Community College offers complete Secretarial Training. You can begin a secretarial career by starting a one or two year program m Or prepare yourself quickly and easily for employment, brush-up on old skills participate in the of your choice mornings or afternoons in our new Block Program of Secretarial Classes1 SCHOOL OF CONTINUING EDUCATION MORNING CLASSES September-October Typing 9 a.m.-12 noon Monday-Friday Sept. 16 Oct. 23 FEE 5 WEEKS Shorthand 9 a m -12 noon Monday-Fnday Sept 16 Oct 23 FEE 5 WEEKS Machine Transcription 9am -12 noon Monday-Friday Sept 16 Oct 8 FEE 3 WEEKS Bookkeeping or Accounting 9 a.m.-12 noon Monday-Friday Sept. 16 Oct. 23 FEE 5 WEEKS Business Machines 9 am.-12 noon Monday-Friday. Sept. 16 Oct. 8 FEE 3 WEEKS 'rolling, Accounts Receivable and Payable 9 a m -12 noon Monday-Friday Oct 9 Oct 21 FEE 2 WEEKS Keypunch 9 a m -12 noon Monday-Friday Sept 16 Oct 8 FEE 3 WEEKS Human Relations 9 a.m.-12 noon Monday-Friday Sept. 16 Oct. 8 FEE 3 WEEKS OR AFTERNOON CLASSES September-October Typing 1 p m.-4 p.m. Monday-Friday Sept. 16 Oct. 23 FEE S WEEKS Shorthand 1 p m -4 p m Monday-Friday Sept 16 Oct 23 FEE 5 WEEKS Machine Transcription 1 p m -4 p m Monday-Friday Sept 16 Oct 8 FEE 3 WEEKS Bookkeeping or Accounting 1 p.m.-4 p m Monday-Friday Oct. 9 Oct 23 FEE 5 WEEKS Business Machines 1 p.m.-4 p.m Monday-Friday Sept 16 -.Oct. 8 FEE 1522.50 3 WEEKS Payrolling, Accounts Receivable and Payable 1 p m -4 p m Monday-Friday Oct 9 Oct 23 FEE 2 WEEKS Keypunch 1 p m -4 p m Monday-Fr day Sept 16 Oct 8 FEE 3 WEEKS Human Relations 1 p m -4 p.m. Monday-Friday Sept 16 Oct 8 3 WEEKS Ideal For Employers... Ever wished for just 'half-an-employee more' to do payroll or accounts receivable and pay- able someone to operate a time-saving business machine! These short term classes mornings or afternoons are the answer. Day Care For Children When considering a college education, remember we have a day care centre on campus. Your children (ages 2-5) will enjoy learning and playing with other pre-schoolers, while you study morning, afternoons or all CLIP THE COUPON Name....................................... Address Home Phone Bus. Phone Courses Desired (first choice) ..............Block Fee Courses Desired (Second Choice) In case the above courses are full or unsufficient enrollment to operate. ..................................Block Fee Other courses you would like to see offered Fees n tr H .vork MiC'i HS'riw ipivosi rstci d .no community ruators Tron bo oostea to a cie'arhmtnt whore tnero s c na'TP to pjt your and 'a t-Pts to v.ork to c :n prrrno: o-i nod equally important be product A hut you nq for yourself and for Canada .is a memhor' of one of pT> nt-st e forces .n the we. rid qo> So if rv a Canadian 'i "J- or over ha ye c cy'oolu: Grade 1 or t-qu Vrt'cnt think anojt (i career .M'I ;h, W ivIP Cd'1 'o y'O'ir 'iCt LISO fi I .'HjOG'i I kt- to i you mi -re The RCMP. it could be for you. THE COMMISSIONER.R.C.M. POLICE.OTTAWA ONTARIO K1A OR2 ;