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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 5, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta ZB me Hope., Love? God Not Dead-McKenzie By ROSS GIHB Herald News Service quct, program and dance re ccntly in the school gymansi- um. Three of the gracls were ab- New Restaurant NATAL, B.C. (HNS) A new business in the District of Spar- wood, a restaurant known as La Cuisinette D'Elk Valley, opened its doors recently. It is located at Elk Valley Trailer Court near Wilson Creek. It is a mobile unit that has been set up to accommo- date a total of 28 diners at one sitting. fry Before You Buy! UP TO 30-DAY TRIAL ON YOUR DOCTOR'S RECOMMENDATION MAICQ SMITH-JONES HEARING AID SERVICE 618 3rd Ave. 5. Phone 328-5447 sent from tlic recognition cv cnt. Some 200 parents and invil guests attended the supper. Theme for Lliis year's excr cises was "Look lo the Rail bow." P r o g r a m chairman Jch SzLunlas, Jr., welcomed Ui guests and introduced Mayo Arthur H. Avery who urge< (hem to heed the lessons whicl had been taught them. Parish Priest Rev. J Hosclika said it is time [or par ents to be proud. He said if Hi past success of the graduate is an indication of Ihe future "our community and our coun try has much to be hopeful fo and thankful about." Dr. L. McKenzie, professor at the University of Lethbridge said it would be easy for him to give a talk on the pessimis tic side, since this is the sid heard about so much today. H said each century lias ils phi losophers of gloom, lint in ev cry case in history where man's misery seemed to be a ils lowest ebb, and civilizaticT seemed to be coming to ai end, there has arisen a man to save mankind. He said neither hope, no love, nor God is dead, and tha each has unique duty which he or she can perform for the world. Rev. C. J. Lyons of Calgary founder of St. Mary's schoo Kinqland, {Jrnuirancc-l INSURANCE IS JUST NOT PART OF OUR BUSINESS -IT IS OUR ONLY BUSINESS Phone 327-3009 CONN VAN HORNE JACK WARBURTON 507A 7th STREET SOUTH TH GALCAtW- SENATE SUBMISSIONS The Senate of the University of Calgary will hold Ms regular autumn meeting on September 1970. It Is the duty of the Senate to en- quire Into any matter that might tend lo en- hance the usefulness of the University. Individuals or groups are Invited to make written submissions to the senate for consid- eration at its autumn meeting. These will then studied by appropriate Senate committees prior to the meeting. Persons may appear be- fore the Senate In support of their submissions, or attend as spectators. Direct all correspondence not later than September 11, to: Dr. J. E. Lloyd, Box 220, Claresholm, Alberta. when in Tabor, lokl the gra 'that the world of today offea more and more lo be learnc ami each can use Ihis add knowledge lo get to know G belter. As valedictorian Denj Leahy noted lhat each indiv ual has the responsibility I his or her own life, and Hi while each generation h more advantages than the oa preceding, society will be moi demanding on each new ge eration. lie promised that and his classmates would fa (he future with confidence a: determination. Christine Borccki and Ti Kinniburgh gave Ihe class his tory. AWARDS Winner of the majority awards presented was Den Leahy, taking prizes for 100 per cent mark in Chcmi try MX, for Math 10, for Math 31, for Biolo, 30, for French 30, f Physics 30, for the highe average for boys, and each from the Taber ATA 1 cal and Canadian Sugar Fa tones Ltd. for highest averai in the Inspectorate. Other award winners we Patcee Leahy for Englis 30 and 525 for highest avcrag for girls; Aiuiiie Marchesic for Social Studies; Magg Tamtom Odd Gennes Scho arship (going into nursing Tim Kiuniburgh and Adele B nette each for best al round student awards. Honored at the graduatio exercises were Philip Hollanc Siuijnmers Go Faster At Calgary PrNCHER CREEK (Special At the Provincial Champion ships for the Alberta Summe Clubs, held at the Foothills poo n Calgary, the contestants From the Pincher Creek Swim !Iub made a good showing. In every event they madi better times from the Southern .Iberta Provincial Swim-Ofts at High River. Bernard Stuckey, a winner o ive individual gold and two re- ay gold medals at the SouUi em Alberta Summer Games ook a second, third and' fourth n the 13 and 14 boys final .nd a first in the consolation lutterfly final. Fiona Wilson, Bobby Thorn ,s, Brenda Greenly and Cathy McLcod placed fifth twice in he girls 11 and 12 year old elay finals. Brenda Mcleod took first In he consolation final back troke girls 8 and under. Bobby Thomas placed1 fifth i the 11 and 12 girls breast troke consolation finals. There were 27 clubs from all ver Alberta taking part in the 'rovincial Championships. YOU'LL SOLO IN 60 SECONDS Go ahead. Try You'll bn amazed how easy it is lo lame the Argo without breaking its spirit. It has tlic po-.vcr lo zip you along nt 45 rnph ovur open country. Hold it back ;i bit ovoi round terrain to the six driving balloon [ires level out the bumps. It's an, so drive into tlic'jr. Pull brick on the right of Iflfl In.vcr to mm arouml.To stop, pull both lovers back at iho s.irnc time. Ignition olf. Congratulations I You h.m- just your Affjo wings. ALL-TERRAIN VEHICLE NORTH IETHBRIDGE COR. 3rd AVE. ond 13th ST. N. PHONE 327-3181 Come in for a test drive Donna Layton, Earric Hunt, Ann Pecz, Tim Chris Borecki, Mike Pyne, Ber- na Heck, John Kutauzi, Shirley Kramer, Alcitle Marchcsich, Liz Bogos, Hay Frederick, Pat- ccc Leahy, Devon Ell, Sylvia Ann Bonelte, Bruce Christen- sen, Adele Bonettc, Rick Adam- owicz, Nrenda Ragan, Rod Hulclienson, Irene Volk, Ron Gejdos, Maggie Tamlom, Denis Leahy, Mike Howard, Rose Krcnn and Ray Massong. Ab- sent were Ken Chervinski, Jim Ackerman, Frances Hart, Ju- lian Carlui, Albert Dorncr ami Cliris Domagala. Towns Sign Swim Pool BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) The Crowsnsst Pass recrea- tion board has announced Ihe agreement between all partici- pating towns in the Crowsnest Pass and the department of municipal affairs (Improve- ment District No. 5) to con- struct end operate a commun- ity swimming pool has been signed. Participating towns who now wish to finance their share of the cost by debenture must ad- vertise their intention to bor- row. Following the assurance of nanclng by the towns, fin drawings and borrowing pr redure will be completed. The engineering firm w then call for either winter o spring construction. Barrin any problem it is possib swimming may be enjoyed July, 1S7L Cost of the pool, lo be bui .n west Blairmorc to serve Ih needs of the Crcwsnest Pass, n the vicinity of 'QF.C. CANADIAN WHISKY THE UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE LATE AFTERNOON and EVENING CLASSES ON CAMPUS COURSES FALL 1970 CLASS NAME ART Art 1000 Sec. N Lab. Art 3000 Sec. A DAY (5) TIME Introduction to Art Neoclassism to Impressionismi Nineteenth Century BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES Biology 3500 Sec. A CHEMISTRY Chemistry OSOO Sec. A Introduction to Modern Chemistry Seminar in Biological Sciences M only Th only M W only F only T-Th Chemistry 1000 Sec. B 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-Sec. N Canada Geography 3530 Sec. N Political Geography HISTORY History 2000 Sec. N History 2010 Sec. A History 3410 Sec. A MATHMATICAL SCIENCES Math 3450 Sec. A Linear Algebra Math 4510 Sec. A MODERN LANGUAGES French 0100 Sec. A French 0100 Lab 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 Seminar PHYSICS Astronomy 2020 Sec. B Modern Astronomy POLITICAL SCIENCE Pol Sc 1000 Sec. N. T only MWF T-Th p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. pm. p.m. p.m. INSTRUCTOR Nava Nava Crane Lewis Staff Hepler Schuyff Axford T only p.m.Burks Th only W only Europe and the World 1815 to ihe Present! only The Ancient Near East and Classical GreeceT-Th The British Empire lo 1850 Linear Algebra Introduction to Measure and Integration Elementary French I 17th Century French Literature Introduction to Philosophy Philosophy of Education Track and Field T-Th MWF MWF MWF T-Th MWF W only T-Th MWF MWF p.m. p.m. p.m p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. 4-.30-5-.45 p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. Stone Jankunis .Williams Mueller Durrans Ferguson Hiscocks PetherbridgB Hesse .Hall Hall Faculty Buhrmann T-Th p.m. Milton Pol Sc 3120 Sec. A Pol Sc 3530 Sec. A PSYCHOLOGY Psych 2100 Sec. N Psych 2500 Sec. N Psych 3300 See. A Introduction to Political Studies Canadian Foreign Policy Recent Political Theory Developmental Psychology Personality Psychometrics W only MWF T-Th T only W only T-Th SOCIOLOGY AND ANTHROPOLOGY Anthro 3030 SGC. A Anthro 4800 Sec. N Sociology 1000 Sec. N Sociology 2030 Sec. N Sociology 2230 Sec. A EDUCATION Education 3010 Sec. N Education 3170 Sec. N Education 3270 Sec. N Education 3370 Sec. A Education 3570 Sec. 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 T-Th Anthropological Field and Lab Techniques M Basic Concepts in Sociology T only Sociology of Deviant Behavior Th onlj Social Psychology T Th Behavioral Sciences in Education W only Technologies of Mass Instruction Th only The School Library Instructional 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. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. Quo Ichikawa Long Miller Anant Guay Parry Lomas Bold! Letkemann Weaver Schott Bruha Hastings Slahl Bruha Two Lampard Falkenberg Thorlacius Perkins Earl Perkins Gillespie Skolrobd Fall Semester 1970 late Afternoon and Evening Cm-Campus Classes Part-Time Students Registration Procedure) register and enrol. be accepted up to September 23rd under extenuating circumstances but a late fee will be imp only ofler September 6, 1970 Off Campus Courses Fall 1970 PLACE BLAIRMORE 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 -ecial 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 lo Philosophy Education 4040 Sec. X History of Education FALL SEMESTER 1970 Off-Campus Classes Student Registration Procedures 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. Hosteller Wed. p.m. Sandilands Mon. p.m. Bealy Wed. p.m. Penton Tues. p.m. Emig Mon. p.m. Lelkemann Tues, p.m. McKenzie Wed. p.m. Stahl Thurs. p.m. Shields Mon. p.m. Bruha Thurs. p.m. To be appointed Tues. p.m. Skolrood IMPORTANT NOTES ;