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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 4 COURSES IN GENERAL INTEREST BRIDGE LESSONS Bridge Lessons' Beginners Introduction to bridge including Mechanics of Contract Bridge, Fundamentals. Scoring and Bridge Vocabulary. Bridge Lessons. Intermediate Devoted to students who already have a basic Knowledge of bridge, with sessions of actual play commencing the third week. 10 February 1975 p.m. FEE: 930.00 COOKING FOR MEN The techniques for meat cutting, barbecuing, salad preparation, omelettes, llsh and fowl are included. Each evening the students will have an opportunity to sample the foods prepared. Maximum enrolment is 20 students. 8.1975 p.m. FEE: DOG GROOMING fn this course on dog grooming, emphasis will be on trimming and clipping the dog, care ot the eyes and ears, shampooing and nail clipping 7 p.m. FEE: DEFENSIVE DRIVING How are your driving habits? Defensive Driving is the professional skill that should and must be prac- tised by every licensed motorist to reduce the number of 2-vehicle traffic accidents that occur each year. Successful participants will receive a wallet certificate which will give merit points under the Alberta Driver Program, and may qualify for reduced premiums in aulo insurance. 4 January ScclWn D 4 Wednesday! March p.m. FEE: FLYFISHING The selection of equipment, demonstrations and practice in the mechanics of lly casting, lalse casting, roll casting, parallel casting. Students should bring present equipment, if any, to the first class 8 March p.m. FEE: FLY TYING For those who wish to learn how to lie flies correctly The correct equipment- tying techniques and knots are covered. 6 January p.m. FEE: to be used and basic fly- GEOLOGY, MINERALOGY, AND PROSPECTING Demonstrations for those interested m mineralogy and prospecting Common rocKs and minerals, rock structures ore minerals radioactive and geophysical prospecting will be studied. 12 Thursdays January p.m. FEE: HAIRSTYLING COURSE FOR WOMEN Learn how to attractively style and manage your own hair This course wilt show proper grooming ol the hair, creation of hair styles, the care and handling o! wigs Section D 5 Tuesdays January Section E 5 Thurtdaya January Section F 5 Tuesdays Section G 5 March p.m. FEE: LAPIDARY Learn the skill of cutting, polishing and engraving stones. Create beautiful jewelry or simply cultivate an interest in collecting and properly preserving stones. 5 April ft. 1975 p.m. FEE: LAW FOR THE HOME OWNI-R AND CITIZEN This course includes discussions on: Some Aspects ot Criminal Law, Your Purchase of a Mouse, You Enter Into a Contract, Courts and Li'igation, Wills and Estates, Your Business Venture, Family and Dom- estic Problems and You Have An Accident. 10 Wednesdays January 8.1975 p.m. FEE: LEATHERCRAFT Leathercrafts will Introduce the novice to the tooling and carving of leather and will include the use of the swivel knife, stamping tools, ixlures and attachments, leather lacing techniques, dying and fin- ishing ol leather. lOTueedaya January p.m. FEE: REGISTRATION FORM SCHOOL (IF CONTINUING EDUCATION LETHE RIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE NAME: Mr. Mrs. Miss (Last) ADDRESS: .............._............... RES. PHONE: BUS. PHONE BIRTHDATE: (day) (month) Male ......................Female (First) (Second) (year) COURSE NAME: FEE: Previously attended this College? DATE COURSE BEGINS TODAY'S DATE Yes No Registration Deadline One Week Prior to Class Starting Date FEES ARE DUE AND PAYABLE ON or BEFORE THE FIRST CLASS MEASURE UP TO THE TIMES WITH METRIC CONVERSION Gam an understanding of the Metric System. Now is a aood opportunity to learn to convert British units and measures to metric units and measures Topics to be covered will include' a brief history of the metric system, reasons for conversion to the metric system, advantages ol the metric system, basic and derived metric units, problem solving in the metric system of units, every day applications In metric units. 6 Wednesdays February p.m. FEE: NATURAL HISTORY OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA A study of the Flora of the Rocky Mountains and Plains area of Southern Alberta This course is intended lor persons who share a love of the outdoors with a curiosity about native plants 6 Wednesdays January p.m. FEE: PAINTING AND DRAWING Theory and practice in drawing using a variety of art media such as charcoal, pen and ink, pencil, water colors, and oils Students will be informed of equipment required on opening night. 10 Wednesdays February p.m. FEE: EFFECTIVE PARENTING This course is to help parents develop closer relationships with their children through an increased awareness ol child growth and development from infancy through adolescence. Areas of concern will include child behaviour, behavioral changes, factors influencing altitudes, abilities, interests, and per- sonality characteristics, and effective communication 10 Mondays February p.m. FEE: BEGINNERS PHOTOGRAPHY An elementary course in both color and black-and-white photography The course will include. Com- position Light Meters Filters, Black-and-While and Color Films, Night Photography, Flash Photo- graphy, Basic Lighting, Basic Portraiture. Special Interests, and some Dark Room work. 10 Tuesdays January p.m. FEE: PRIVATE PILOT REFRESHER Open to any private pilot who nolds a valid license to fly but who seeks a refresher on Airmanship, Air Rules and Regulations, Radio, Navigation and Meteorology. 6 Mondays February p.m. FEE: (includes lexl) READING SKILL DEVELOPMENT Reading skill development designed for students, businessmen, professional people and those who wish to improve their speed in reading A common core of instruction supplemented by practice exer- cises at varied levels of difficulty 10 Wednesdays February p.m. FEE: RETIREMENT PLAN FOR IT Looking forward to retirement? If you are. you should start planning for It now. Enroll in this interesting course that will help you to prepare yourself for this period of your life 5 Mondays January p.m. Community Service Project NO FEE. ADVANCED SCULPTURING To expand ones knowledge of the art of sculpturing animal and human forms through the use of wax and clay Emphasis will be on using a variety ol materials to develop small figures 10 Thursdays p.m. FEE: BASIC SCULPTURING Learn the art of sculpturing animal and human forms Through use of wax, clay or plasticine the devel- opment of small figures will be the major emphasis in this course 10 Tuesdays January p.m. FEE: SELF-HYPNOSIS AND SCIENTIFIC SELF-SUGGESTION The of this course is to present sophisticated and useful hypnotic techniques to a per- son for the various problems experienced in life Self-hypnosis and scientific self-suggestion reveals a method lor achieving well being and peace of mind. Students are taught how to switch off unnecessary tensions, how to turn the unconscious mind into a powerful ally for a happier, healthier life, how the body's natural recuperative powers can reslore potency to physical, mental and emotional function- ing, and how to resolve inner conflicts that block the free flow of hidden resources 8 Wednesdays March p.m. FEE: A STUDY OF THE WORLD Lectures and slides presented by world travellers Tour Europe South America, Soulh Africa. Japan. etc. by enroling in this exciting world tour by film 5 Thursdays January p.m. Community Service NO FEE ALL CLASSES subject to o MINIMUM registration of 12 students unless otherwise stated. REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS ONE WEEK PRIOR TO CLASS STARTING DATE. FEES are due and payable ON or BEFORE the first class. PROJECT INSIGHT (A very successful program) If you are unsure of Yourself, your relationship with other people, or the direction of your vocational pursuit, you may be interested in Project Insight, a four month program offered by the School of Continuing Edu- cation at the Lethbridge Community College. Project Insight offers out- door recreation, fitness programs, life-time activities, human relations, and an opportunity for each individual to explore a number of career options. Financial assistance is available for participating students. For more information about Project Insight, please call the School of Con- tinuing Education at 327-2141 Pre-Registration: December 16 and 20 Registration: January 3 Classes begin January 6th, 1975 FEE: [FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE IS AVAILABLE) ;