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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 1, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD GENERAL INTEREST FALL COURSES 1973 VNTRAMCB for general interest courses is interest in the topic covered. the fee charged is a direct reflection of the additional costs incurred in offering the course. examinations are waived since the true criterion for success in these courses must be the personal satisfaction gained. All classes are subject to a minimum registration of 10 persons except where otherwise noted. REPAIR A MAINTENANCE OP BICYCLES Learn the proper care, maintenance and repair of 3 speed, 5 speed or 10 speed bicycles. 3 Tuesdays p.m. beginning October 2nd, 1973 FEE: DRIFTWOOD CARVINQ Learn to make table lamps and shades, wall ornaments, book ends, table centres, candle holders, trinket boxes, wood hods, souvenir spoon racks, ash tray stands, bowls, etc. A jacknife and one other inexpensive tool required. Bring dry driftwood. 10 Wednesdays p.m. beginning October FEE: 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 Wednesdays p.m. beginning October FEE: SCULPTURING Learn the art of sculpturing animal and human forms through the use of wax, clay or plasticine. The development of small figures will be the major emphasis in this course. 10 Thursdays p.m. beginning October 11th, 1973 FEE: PRIVATE PILOTS REFRESHER Open to any private pilot who holds a valid license to fly but who seeks a refresher Airmanship, Air Rules and Regulations, Radio, Navigation, Meteorology. 6 Wednesdays p.m. beginning November 7th, 1973 FEE: (includes materials) PROTECT YOUR HOME AND FAMILY This frM series will provide the homeowner or renter suggestions for avoiding the tragic accident that mars the holiday season. Session How to protect your home during the holiday period how to avoid a break-in. Session Holiday fire safety how to avoid Christmas fire hazards. Monday, November p.m. Monday, Decembers, 1973 p.m. Community Service Project no charge. IN SEARCH OF CANADA Designed for those who would like to discuss the characteristics and problems of CANADA. What is the Canadian characteristic? What influences come from our "old country heritage" and our American neighbours? 5 Tuesdays p.m. beginning November 6th, 1973 FEE: MEASURE UP TO THE TIMES Learn more about the intricacies of the "new Mathematics" program. Discover some of the changes to be introduced by Metric Conversion in the home. Become acquainted with other topics from the world of mathematics. 7 Wednesdays p.m. October 17th, 1973 FEE: DEFENSIVE DRIVING! How are your driving habits? Defensive driving is the professional skill that should and must be practiced 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 auto insurance. SECTION A 4 Thursdays beginning October 11 1973 FEE: SECTION B 4 Tuesdays p.m. beginning November FEE: Enrollment Minimum: 15 ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION A broad look at the total environment of man and the principles problems and objectives of resource management and use, the effects of pollution, urbanization expanding population and the increasing demands for outdoor recreation on natural resources are included in the topics presented. 10 Wednesdays p.m. beginning October 10th, 1973 FEE: HAIftSTYLINQ COURSE FOR WOMEN Learn how to attractively style and manage your own hair. This course will show proper grooming of the hair, the creation of hair styles, the care and handling of wigs. SECTION A 5 Tuesdays beginning October SECTION B 5 Thursdays beginning October SECTION C 5 Wednesdays beginning November p.m. FEE: 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 exercises at varied levels of difficulty. 10 Wednesdays p.m. beginning October 10th, 1973 FFE: PAINTINO AND DRAWINO Theory and practice in drawing using a variety of art media such as charcoal, pen and ink, pencil, watercolors and oils. Students will be informed of equipment required on opening night. 10 Wednesdays p.m. beginning October FEE: Registration Form SCHOOL OF CONTINUING EDUCATION Lethbridge Community College Mr. Mrs. NAME Miss (Last) (First) (Second) ADDRESS RES. PHONE __________________ BUS. PHONE BIRTHDATE 1 Dmf Month Yur of Birth COURSE NAME _______________________ FEE Male Q Female f-[ I I Previously Attended Lethbridge Community College? Yes No DATE COURSE BEGINS PLEASE PRE-REGISTER AT LEAST ONE WEEK PRIOR TO COURSE STARTING DATE Registration Form SCHOOL OF CONTINUING EDUCATION Lethbridge Community College Mr. Mrs. NAME Miss (Last) (First) (Second) ADDRESS_______________________________________________ RES. PHONE .________BUS. PHONE________ BIRTHDATE___________________________________Maje Femaie Fl Day Month Year of Birth COURSE NAME_________________________________FEE________________ Previously Attended Lethbridge Community College? Yes [j No I DATE COURSE BEGINS_____________________________________________ PLEASE PRE-REGISTER AT LEAST ONE WEEK PRIOR TO COURSE STARTING DATE For More Information Contact SCHOOL OF CONTINUING EDUCATION "Opening New Horizons" LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE PHONE 327-2141 EXTENSION 228 ;