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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 23, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Pontiff blasts critics VATICAN CITY (AP) Hope Paul criticized today intellec- tual centres in the West which he said aim "corrosive criti- cism" at the tradilions of tlie Roman Catholic Church. Making his annual Christmas to cardinals 13, THE tETHBRIOOE HERAID -11 Mercury Contamination of wildlife widespread Rome and other prelates of the Vatican Curia, the pontiff alsi denounced war and "rcgrettabL political situations" in man; countries, and deplored Italy's new divorce law. He criticized "the movemen of corrosive criticism towards the institutional church, spread ing from not a few centres of the exclud- ing ecclesial pub- lic opinion, especially among the young, a frame of mind thai dissolves the certainty of faith and breaks down the organic body of ecclesial charity." .He said that these challenges to the church "weigh heavily on our heart" and priestly defec- tions gave him "an oppressive sense of sad wonder." Dividends By TOE CANADIAN f'RESS Canadian Pacific Hallway Co., S3.00 pfd., two per cent; tour per cent pfd., two per cent U.K.; both ,lan. 29 record Dec. 29. R1PLEY OPTICAL DISPENSING OPTICIAN "Where service means serving people" 618 3rd Ave. S. PHONE 328-7626 OTTAWA (CP) Mercury contamination of Prairie wild- life is widespread and may be c a u .s i n g reproductive failure among sonic bird species, three biologists have reported after a wildlife survey. A n i m a 1 s shot in Alberta, where mercury seed dressings have been heavily used to avoid fungus damage, have berai found to lie much more heavily contaminated than animals shot in Saskatchewan, where use of mercury is rare. The conclusion the biologists draw from a liXSMifl study, the first, such comprehensive study done in the Prairie provinces, is i that mercury seed dressings are the major source of mercury contamination in the area. Dr. Norvald Fimreit, a Uni- versity of Western Ontario grad- uate student at the time of the study: R. W. Fyfe, a Canadian wildlife service biologist at Ed- monton and J. A. Keith of Ot- tawa, head of the federal wild- life service's toxic chemicals section, collected rodents arid seed-eating and predatory birds. Results of their findings ap- in the Canadian Field fv'at- uralist, a publication of the Ot- tawa Field Naturalists' Club. Several spoiled eggs of prairie falcons and pigeon hawks, which actually are falcons, were found to contain large amounts of mercury. Both species, which appar- ently become contaminated rom eating seed-eating birds, are known to be dec-lining in lumber in the Prairie prov- iices, and were included among he species listed as endangered by the Canadian Wildlife Feder- ation this year. The authors of the Field Natu- ralist article suggest that mer- cury and pesticides such as DDT may interact: and become much more toxic, creating a ifiost serious" problem for the alcons. Pheasants and partridge, fre- quently found near farmyards, loadsides and cultivated fields where tliey are likely to encoun- ter mercury-treated seeds, all contained more than the five- tentlis parts per million of mer- cury ttiat is permissible for human consumption. Pheasant season was can- celled in Alberta in because of high mercury levels, but. no restrictions were placed this year. PREFER WILD GKASS Sharptailed grouse, which prefer therefore un- were found to be only lightly to moderately contaminated, although levels were again higher in Alberta than in Saskatchewan. In all, tlie showed that 23 investigation per cent of seed-eating birds collected from Alberta contained more than two parts per million mercury, while only 4 per cent of those from Saskatchewan contained mere than that amount. Ground stjuin'els shot in culti- vated fields in Alberta were at j least five times more contairj- n a t e d than Saskatchewan ground squirrels. After 1971, alkyl mercury fun- gicides, tte most-widcly used type and also the most danger- ous for wildlife, will no longer be registered for use in Canada, and will be replaced by less toxic forms. fn Sweden, where mercury levels were once so high in some bird species that individ- ual .birds were killed outright, a ban of alkyl mercury fungicides has apparently eliminated the hazard to wildlife, the article Court upholds award OTTAWA (CP) DOOMED. Mon 'the Destroyer is threatening at least 68 species of wildlife in Canada. Same are being hunted to extinction, others endangered by pesticides ond similar threats to the environment. For a look at what we may be losing forever, don't miss tho color photos of our vanishing wildlife. In Your Uthbridge Herald Weekend Magazine preme Court of Canada upheld here an a w a r d of to Helen Goyan of Edmonton in a real estate case and added to the award as a re- sult of her cross-appeal. The court rejected an appeal by executors of the estate of the late Mike Ruptash of Edmonton against the allowed Mrs. Goyan by the Supreme Court of Alberta, appellate division. At issue was a I960 transac- tion in which Mrs. Goyan traded her equity in an Edmonton du- plex for the equity in a motel at White Rock, B.C.. owned by Ruptash and William Lumsden. The judgment increasing the award to Mrs. Goyan said Ru tash persuaded her to trad hiding the fact thai he owned two-thirds interest in the mote Mrs. Goyan, claiming she wa defrauded, alleged she was to! by Ruptash that he was a agent for an ailing Englishma who owned the motel and whos wife was leaving him. She sai she was told the motel's aver age monthly income was mon than She said she made the dea after being shown the motel b George Ruptash, Mike's son Tile Su- whom she understood to be tile Englishman. Slie spoke no Eng- lish and she said she was told by Mike Ruptash Uiat the "Eng- lishman" spoke no Ukrainian. After the deal was made, Mrs. Goyan found income from the motel for below the figure and she was unable to make payments on the mort- gage. She lost the motel and ev- erything she had put into it. Mrs. Goyan initiated court ac-1 tion but shortly afterward. Mik Ruptash died. However, doei mentation helped her eorrobo ate her allegations about Mil Ruptash's part in the sale. The trial judge ordered pa; ment by the Ruptash estate to Mrs. Gcyaii. TT executors appealed the awai and won a partial victory wlic it was reduced to by th Alberta Supreme Court, whic figured this was Mrs. Goyan loss. The executors appealed thi award to the Supreme Court o Canada but lost their appea Meanwhile, Mrs. Goyan's cros appeal was upheld and award raised to Allied Arts Council of Leihbridge Presents A Christmas Pantomime "BABES IN THE WOOD" Starring FRANK FEATHERSTONE Yares Memorial Centre Sat., Dec, and p.m. Mon., Dec. and p.m. Dec, 29th Tickets an sciie at lEISTER'S Adults Students Constitution violated VANCOUVER (CP) Allan McBachern, former presiden of the Briitsh Columbia Lions Football club, said Tuesday search for an executive gener- al-manager violates the West- ern Conference club's constitu- tion. The one-time Canadian foot- >all league commissioner, who resigned from the Lions' direc- orate when the search for a mere gen- eral-manager was announced ast month said the membership could take legal action. Speaking at a news confer- ence called by senator Ed Law- son, a club directed', McEach- ern said a danger also lies in wtential legal action by Sas- catchewan Roughriders in the wake of Lions' attempt to lure away their coach, Eagle Keys. "It's a matter of including a breach of contract." he said. From the prices being men- tioned for five years) they've increased the price f coaching in Canada by 40 jer cent with one thoughtless ct. I don't think the CFL can afford that." Meanwhile, the Sun said it as learned city businessman 'eter Grahcz is prepared to urchase the club-owned team or cash and the form of S100 shares to lembers. Graham would neither con- rm nor deny the report, say- g "you're premature." HOUSE OF WONG 252-2511 13th Street North Phone 327-0844 HOLIDAY HOURS December 24th Christmas Eve a.m. to a.m. Christmas Day Pick-up Orders only p.m. to p.m. Boxing Day Open 12 Noon to 3 a.m. Special Chinese Food Dinners can be arranged for Srnalf or Lqrgc Parties. FREE DELIVERY Merry Christmas To All VICTORIA CONFECTIONERY I 256 !3th Street North Phone 328-6244 g HOLIDAY HOURS December 24th Christmas o.m. K> p.m. Christmas Day Open p.m. If p.m. Eve Opcr Boxing Day neon lo p.m, Merry.Christmas To All BBaaaaaaall THE UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE LATE AFTERNOON AND EVENING CREDIT PROGRAM ON CAMPUS SPRING SEMESTER 1971 CODE NO. CLASS NAME ARTS AND SCIENCE 0207 Art 1000 Sec. N Lab 0204 Art 2100 Sec. N 0234 Art 3010 Sec. A BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES 6020 Biology 3500 Sec. A 6026 Biology 4900 Sec. N ECONOMICS 0520 Economics 2860 Sec. A ENGLISH 1012 English 2400 Sec. N 1046 English 3300 Sec. A 1056 English 3500 Sec. A GEOGRAPHY 1226 Geography 2910 Sec. HISTORY 1502 History 1000 Sec. N 1560 History 4010 Sec. N 1562 History 4110 Sec. N MATHEMATICS 4052 Mathematics 4450 Sec. A MODERN LANGUAGES 4504 French 0110 Sec. A French 0110 Lab 4542 French 4210 Sec. A PHILOSOPHY 7044 Philosophy 4000 Sec. A PHYSICAL EDUCATION 6517 Phys. Act. 1230 Sec. A 6522 Phys. Act. 1300 Sec. A 6529 Phys. Act. 1440 Sec. A 6535 Phys. Act. 1600 Sec. A 6537 Phys. Act. 1690 Sec. A 6570 Educ. 4640 Sec. A Lab PHYSICS 5502 Physics 1000 Sec. B 5512 Physics 2400 Sec. A POLITICAL SCIENCE 2004 Pol. Sei. 2110 Sec. N 2050 Pol. Sci. 3420 Sec. N PSYCHOLOGY 2506 Psychology 2020 Sec. N 2508 Psychology 2100 Sec. N SOCIOLOGY AND ANTHROPOLOGY 3002 Anthropology 1000 Sec. N 3018 Anthropology 3010 Sec. N 3044 Anthropology 4800 Sec. A DAY (S) TIME INSTRUCTOR Introduction to Art Photography Twentieth Century Art Seminar Senior Seminar Macroeconomic Dynamic.1. Survey of English Literature I Special Studies in Prose Special Studies in Literary Forms N Geogrophy of the U.S.S.R. The Renaissance to Waterloo A History of Socialism Historiography Advanced Linear Algebra Elementary French I French Canadian Civilization Studies in Philosophy Fundamental Movement Personal Defence Advanced Wrestling Advanced Judo Advanced Track and Field Motor Skill Learning Introduction to Physics Thermal and Statistical Physics International Politics Personnel Administration Educational Psychology Developmental Psychology M only p.m. Stall W only p.m. Staff T Th p.m. M W p.m. Crane- F only T or Th p.m. Lewis MWF p.m. Schuyff M only p.m. Mardor. T-Th p.m. Lbtto T-Th p.m. Tyson M only p.m. Jankums T only p.m. Williams W only p.m. Orchard M only p.m. Penton T-Th p.m. Hiscacki MWF p.m. Petherbridge T-Th p.m. Petherbridge MWF p.m. Hesse T 4 Th p.m. Butterfield Introduction to Anthropology Myth and Ritual Anthropology Field ond Lab Techniques 3050 Sociology 1000 Sec. N Introduction to Sociology EDUCATION 0701 Education 3010 Sec. N Behavioural Sciences in Education 0721 Education 3360 Sec. N Analysis of Teaching 0727 Education 3670 Sec. N Cataloguing and Classification 0733 Education 4020 Sec. N Educational Psychology 0735 Education 4040 Sec. N History of Education 0736 Education 4050 Sec. A Philosophy of Education 0748 Education 4250 Stt. N The Reading Program: Organization and Method Seminar for Supervisory Personnel 0758 Education 4420 Sec. N Exceptional Children 0759 Education 4450 See. N Composition and Rhetoric 0760 Education 4470 Sec. N Library Services and Collections 0761 Education 4490 See. N Curriculm Design and Development 0763 Education 4520 Sec. N Psychology and Education of the Mentally Handicapped 0764 Education 4570 See. N Advanced Technologies of Mass instruction 0766. Education 4620 Set. N Psychology and Education of the Emotionally Disturbed 0774 Education 4970 See. N Seminar Instructional Technology 0747 Education 4200 Sec. N Method-Second Level-Art M W M W M i W T Th M W MWP M W MWF T-Th T only W only M only T only W only Th only M W p.m. Winter p.m. Senda p.m. Fairbanks p.m. Senda p.m. Gemer p.m. Buhrmann p.m. p.m. Faculty p.m. Rood p.m. Ichikawo p.m. Doen p.m. Hall p.m. Mille. p.m p.m, p.m. Parry Shields Lomas M only p.m. Parton M only W only Th only M only Wed. T i Th p.m. p.m, p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. Campbell Two Hastings Holt Skolrood Butterfield 0749 Education 4260 Sec. N W only p.m. lampard T only M only M only M. only p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. To be arranged T only p.m. T p.m. W only Th only W only p.m. p.m. p.m. Thorlacius Perkins Emig Hastings Gillespie Perkins Gall Bruha Johnson EVENING CREDIT PROGRAM OFF CAMPUS SPRING SEMESTER 1971 PLACE CODE BLAIRMORE 1061 0721 BOW ISLAND 3056 BROOKS 0732 3052 0748 CLASS NAME English 3600 Sec. X Education 3360 Sec. X Sociology 2210 Sec. X Education 4000 Sec. X Sociology 2030 Sec. X Education 4250 Sec. X TIME INSTRUCTOR. CARDSTON 0761 Education 4490 Sec. X CLARESHOLM 3051 0719 FORT MACLEOD J5W 0733 MAGRATH 1526 PINCHER CREEK 3054 Sociology 2020 Sec. X Education 3290 Sec. X Psychology 2020 Sec. X Education 4020 Sec. X History 2920 Sec. X Sociology 2050 Sec, X 0701 Education 3010 Sec. X RAYMOND 0214 Art 2300 Soc. X 0748 Education 4250 Jbc. Y TABER 1216 Geography 2120 Sec. X 0712 Education 3170 Sec, X VULCAN 7044 Philosophy 4000 Sec. X Education 4050 Sec, X Special Studies in Major Writers Analysis of Teaching Sociology of Occupations Innovations in Education Deviant Behavior The Reading Program: Organization Method Curriculum Design and Development Social Problems Curriculum Evaluation1 Educational Psychology Educational Psychology tatin America Sociology of the Community Behavioral Sciences in Education I'wo Dimensional Design The Reading Program: Organization 4V Method Canada Technologies of Mass Instruction Philosophy of Education Philosophy of Education M only T only p.m. Tarleck p.m, Two Th only p.m. Weaver T only p.m. Falkenberg M only p.m. tetkemonn T only p.m. lampard To be arranged Gillespie T only p.m. Finnigan M only p.m. toewen Th only p.m. Holt As above W only p.m. Penion Sai,, Mann W only p.m. Schott T only p.m. M only p.m. Albiston W only p.m. Stone T only p.m. Plumb M only p.m. Butterfield As above NOTIS: Registration procedures ond Application for Admission and Registration forms con be obloined trom the Register. University of tethbridge, Lethbridge, Alberto Telephone: Students who hove never been odntitled to the University must ensure tho) odmtssion forms ond offkiol tronscripi? ore submitttd (o the Registrar's Office well in odvonce of Ihe registration deodline which is Tuesdov, Jonuory 12th, 1971. Persons who wish to take courses for audit? -iof obtain an Audit Registration Form from the Regislrar's Office, No Transcripts need be submitted under this category, Uthbridge courses to commence Wednesday, January 1 3fh, and end Friday, April 16th, 1971. Off-Compui courses to commence tho week of January 8th and end the week of April 19th, 1971. Tuition per semester course ore except Physical Activity courses which ore Auditor fees ore 532.50 per semester. ;