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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 29, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, Auguit THE LrTHBKIDG! HIKALD 19 SPECIAL SCHOOLBAG Back to school in safety goes this West German boy wear- ing a special schoolbag. Made of bright yellow plas- tic, bag has reflecting buck- les on front and three reflec- tors on each side. It's design- ed to make children more visible to motorists in the dark. AUTO INDUSTRY STATS More than men and women were employed by car makers.in Canada and paid a total of million last year. RIPLEY OPTICAL DISPENSING OPTICIAN "Where service means serving people" 618 3rd Ave. 5. ____PHONE 328.7626 New Clampdown On DDT Use WASHINGTON (AP) The agriculture department today cancelled registered uses of DDT for many cjasses of live- stock, lumber, buildings, forest trees and more than 60 fruit and vegetable crops. The new round of cancella- tions, which means withdrawal of United States government ap- proval of use for specific pur- Newsprint Price Hike Expected MONTREAL (CP) Cana- dian newsprint prices are ex- pected to be increased about a ton in' an attempt by produ- cers to regain some of the lost ground as a result of rising costs in recent years. The increases are expected to be announced in September, to become effective next Jan. 1. The increase would amount to about seven per cent above the current price of a ton for Canadian newsprint delivered in New York. Sources in the Canadian pulp and paper industry said Wednesday substantial adjust- ments are necessary because of the widening gap between costs and prices, indicating the new increases will have to be well above increases in recent years. Canadian producers have in- creased prices a total of since 1957. Early last, month, wood pulp prices were raised about a ton to meet rising costs. GUS HEGLUND Wishes to Announce that he has returned to the STYLE RITE BARBER SHOP en 9th Avenue South GUS WISHES TO WELCOME AIL HIS FRIENDS AND FORMER CUSTOMERS poses, followed the withdrawal last November of federally-ap- proved uses of DDT for control of pests infecting house and gar- den plantings, shade trees and tobaccs crops. In March, registered use of DDT and related persistent pes- ticides was canceled around water environments, including marshes and wetlands, except where deemed essential for the control .of disease by public health authorite. Today's order does not per- tain to the use of DDT for con- trol of insects on cotton and cit- rus crops. Dr. Ned Bayley, the depart- ment's director of science and education, said at a news con- ference that cotton accounts for about 70 per cent of remaining agricultural DDT use in the U.S. and that it is a "particu- larly difficult and complex prob- lem" because some possible substitutes, such as those con- taining organic phosphorus compounds, are more acutely toxic to humans and animals than is DDT. The registration cancellation, affecting a long list of fruit and vegetable crops, will not pre- vent use of DDT for direct soil surface applications or for treating seedlings. Bayley said this exception was made because of a need to protect certain vegetables from destruction by leaf-cutting in- sects. Reporter Named Reierson Aide EDMONTON (CP) Tony Cox, 34, former CFRN political reporter, has been appointed executive assistant, to Ray Reierson, labor and telephones minister, it was announced here. Mr. Cox was president of the Alberta Legislative Press Gal- lery Association this year and has been associated with broadcasting for the last eight years. Drug Films To Be Seen At Schools EDMONTON (CP) Two films on non-medical drug us age commissioned by the Al faerta government will be ready for preliminary screen ing in two weeks. John Earr, executive assis tant to Education Ministra Robert Clark, said the twi films, aimed chiefly at y o u n g audiences, will be shown in schools throughout the prov ince this school year. One was made by Insigh Films, an Edmonton firm, anc traces and dissects the think ing of Everyman's Tonto, ai Edmonton rock group. The other, an attempt to pre- sent "An Alternate Vision of the that is, an alternative to a drug-taking society am an alternative to the stereo- typical "straight" life, was made by a Calgary company Canawesta-Master. Both 16 millimetre films have sound and color and are 28 tc 22 minutes long respectively. Red Skelton's Best Crack About PM TORONTO (CP) Come- dian Hed Skelton kept more than spectators at the Canadian National Exhibi- tion Grandstand show laughing for more than an hour Thursday night, but said after the show he ac- tually heard only one laugh. That one, which broke up the crowd, came from an ad lib after a plane passed over the stage. Red stopped, looked up, and after just the light pause, said: "Well, there goes the prime minister again." Prime Minister Trudeau is on holiday in the Mediter- ranean shortly after return- ing from a jaunt to the Car- ibbean. Real pleasure calls for Carting Pilsener Albertani know real pleasure. They alto know real beer. THE CABLING BREWERIES (ALBERTA) LIMITED THE UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE LATE AFTERNOON and EVENING CLASSES ON CAMPUS COURSES FALL 1970 CtASS NAMI ART Art 1000 N lob. Art 3000 Sec. A TIMI INSTRUCTOR Introduction to Art Neoclossism to Impressionism: Nineteenth Century BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES Biology 3500 Sec. A CHEMISTRY Chemistry 0500 Sec. A Introduction to Modern Chemistry Seminar In Biological Sciences M only Th only M W only f only T-Th Chemistry 1000 See. E Atoms, Molecules, and Chemical Reactions T-Th Macroeconomics Public Finance: Expenditures Introduction to Literature 1000 -Lab No. 8 ECONOMICS Economics 2850 Sec. A Economics 3500 Sec. A ENGLISH English 1000 Sec. N GEOGRAPHY Geography 2120-See. N Canada Geography 3530-Sec. N Political Geography HISTORY History 2000 Sec. N History 2010 Sec. A History 3410 Sec. A MATHMATICAL SCIENCES T only MWF T-Th p.m. Navo p.m. Nava p.m. Crane p.m. Lewlt p.m. Sloff p.m. Hepler pm. p.m. Schuyff p.m. Axford T only p.m.Burke Th only W only Math 3450 Sec. A Math 4510 Sec. A MODERN LANGUAGES French 0100 Sec. A French 0100 Lob French 4120 Sec. A PHILOSOPHY Philosophy 1000-Sec. N Philosophy 2050 Sec. A PHYSICAL EDUCATION Phys Act 1290 Sec. A Phys Ed 4900 Sec. B PHYSICS Astronomy 2020 Sec. B POLITICAL SCIENCE Pol Sc 1000 Sec. N. Pol Sc 3120 Sec. A Pol Sc 3530 Sec. A PSYCHOLOGY Psych1 2100 Sec. N Psych 2500 Sec. N Psych 3300 Sec. A Europe and the World 1815 to the PresentT only The Ancient Near East and Classical Greece T-Th The British Empire to 1850 T-Th MWF MWF MWF T-Th MWF W only T-Th MWF MWF Linear Algebra Introduction to Measure and Integration Elementary French 1 17th Century French Literature Introduction to Philosophy Philosophy of Education Track and Field Seminar Modern Astronomy Introduction to Political Studies Canadian Foreign Policy Recent Political Theory Developmental Psychology Personality Psychometrics p.m. Stone p.m. Jankunls p.m.Williami p.m. Mueller p.m. Durrani p.m. Ferguson p.m. Hiscocks p.m. p.m. Petherbridge p.m. Hesse p.m. Hall p.m. Hall p.m. Faculty p.m. Buhrmann T-Th p.m. Milton SOCIOLOGY AND ANTHROPOLOGY Anthro 3030 Sec. A Anthro 4800 Sec. N Sociology 1000 See. N Sociology 2030 Sec. N Sociology 2230 See. A EDUCATION Education 3010 Sec. N Education 3170 Sec. N Education 3270 See. N Education 3370 Sec. A Education 3570 See. N Education 4000 Sec. N Education 4150 Sec. N Education 4180 Sec. N Education 4260 Sec. N Education 4320 Sec. N Education 4360 Sec. N Education 4420-Sec. N Education 4490 Sec. A Education 4800 Sec. N linguistic Anthropology Anthropological Field and Lab Techniques Basic Concepts in Sociology Sociology of Deviant Behavior Social Psychology W only MWF T-Th T only W only T-Th T-Th M W T only Th only T Th Behavioral Sciences in Education W only Technologies of Mass Instruction Th only The School Library Instructional ResourcesTh only Technologies of Individual Instruction T-Th Evaluation of Learning Resources T only Innovation in Education T only The Reading Process: Theory and Diagnosis W only Elements of Administration T only Seminar for Supervisory Personnel W only Guidance and Counselling M only Seminar for Beginning Teachers W only Exceptional Children T only Curriculum Design and Development T-Th Social Studies in Education Th only p.m. Quo p.m. Ichikawa p.m. Long p.m. Miller p.m. Anant p.m. Guay p.m. Parry p.m. Lomas p.m. Boldt p.m. Letkemann p.m. Weaver p.m. Schott p.m. Bruha p.m. Hastings p.m. Stahl p.m. Bruha p.m. Two p.m. Lampard p.m. Falkenberg p.m. Thorlaciuj p.m. Perkini p.m. Earl p.m. Perkins p.m. Gillespie p.m. Skolrood Fall Semester 1970 late Afternoon and Evening On-Campus Classes Students Registration Procedures Port-time students who wish to enrol in classes tought on-campus are required to submit a completed Application for Admission form and official transcripts of all previous schooling, high school and beyond, well in advance or registration day, and report in person to the Registrar's Office on registration day, September 8, 1970, between the hours of ond p.m. where details of the enrolment and registration procedures will be available. loin Students who were enrolled in classes at the University in the immediately preceding semester (1970 Spring or 1970 Summer Session) are not required to submit a new Application for Admission form. Such students should report at above designated time to register and enrol. Late enrolment may be accepted up to September 23rd under extenuating circumstances but a lote fes will bo Imposed only after September 8, 1970. Off Campus Courses Fall 1970 CLASS NAME Political Science 2110 Sec. X International Politics Education 3010 Sec. X Behavioral Sciences in Education Sociology 1000 Sec. X Introduction to Sociology Psychology 1000 Sec. X Basic Concepts of Psychology Education 4150 Sec. X The Reading Process: Theory and Diagnosis English 3600 Sec. X Special Studies in Chaucer Education 4150 Sec. Y The Reading Process: Theory and Diagnosis Psycology 3000 Sec X Personality Social Behavior Geography 1000 Sec. X Introduction to Physical Geography History 2910 Sec. X Latin America in Colonial Times Education 4300 Sec. X Second Level Methods English Sociology 2030 Sec. X Sociology of Deviant Behavior English 3600 Sec. Y Special Studies in Milton Education 4270 Sec. X Evaluation of Learning Resources Anthropology 1000 Sec. X Basic Concepts in Anthropology Education 4270 Sec. Y Evaluation of Learning Resources Philosophy 1000 Sec. X Introduction to Philosophy Education 4040 Sec. X History of Education FALL SEMESTER 1970 Off-Campus Classes Student Registration Procedures Students who wish to enrol In classes taught at centres away from the University campus may complete the enliro procedure by mail. Such students complete and submit to the Registrar's Office an Off-Campus Application for Admis- sion and Registration Form available from the Registrar's Office. The form must be accompanied by full fees being per course. PLACE BLAIRMORE BOW ISLAND BROOKS CLARESHOLM FOREMOST FORT MACLEOD MAGRATH MILK RIVER PINCHER CREEK TABER VULCAN DAYS TIME INSTRUCTOR Wed. p.m. Webking Mon. p.m. Schott Thurs. p.m. Boldt Sat. a.m. Delude Tues. p.m. Lampard Thurs. p.m. Mardon Tues. p.m. Hostetter Wed. p.m. Sandilands Mon. p.m. Beoty Wed. p.m. Penton Tues. p.m. Emig Mon. p.m. Letkemann Tues. p.m. MerCeniie Wed. p.m. Stahl Thurs. p.m. Shields Mon. p.m. Bruha Thurs. p.m. To be appointed Tues. p.m. Skolrood IMPORTANT NOTES The foregoing program must be regarded as lentotivi) The University reserves tht right to cancel, or tubstituti for any of the courses, If it considers circumstoncti so require. Instruction in off-campui will commence on M, while on-campus courses will commtnct Sept- ember 10. Students who have never admitted to the University before must Ihot admission formi and official tranicriptl previous schooling and beyond are submitted to the Registrar's Office well in advance of registration dcadlini hich is Monday, September Mth, 1970. ;