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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 11, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE LETHBRiOGS HERAID Monday, Septtmber II, Ulster strife takes a turn for the worse By CY FOX Canadian Press SlaH Writer Tlie violence in Northern Ire- land, overshadowed for a limb by carnage elsewhere, now ap- pears to he taking on a new and ominous direction following the blood-stained events in parts of Belfast. "Gun-happy louts" was one epithet hurled at British para- troops in the Ulster as might be expected, by mem- bers of the Roman Catholic mi- nority but by angry Protes- tants. The latest developments have pitted Protestants along Shank- ill Road against the soldiers, much in the manner of in- dignant Catholics battling troops during earlier stages of the Ulster crisis. In addition to more deaths the result has been a veiled threat by Eev. Ian Paisley-a militant Protestant hut one who has gained respect in off id a British boycott the coming talks on Ulster's politi eal future. CRISIS APPROACHING Lord O'Neill, formerly Ulste prime minister Terence O'Neill has reiterated a warning tha when Protestants in the em battled six counties begin figh ing the British, the end may b near for Northern Ireland as dstinct political entity. O'Neill fears such conflic might set off fierce resentmen among the mass of mainlan Britons, a situation whic would have an incalculable im pact on Ulster. Thus the Ulster crisis seem to be approaching a turnin point. And the irony is that th in part is a consequence of th action against the "no-go areas which the Protestan had long been urging the arm to undertake. It was in July Uiat the troo swept back Into sections or Lon onderry and Belfast which the mderground Irish Republican rmy and, on the Protestant tlie Ulster Defence Associ ion bad previously treated as heir own exclusive domains. After this ambitious and os ensibly successful operation ecurity authorities began mak ng a conspicuous point o reating veal or polciitia rouble-makers o( both side, nth the same degree of firm ess. The UDA especially resente its, since thev had long a eged that the British, and par icularly Ulster Minister Wi ness. lam Whitclaw, were real! eeking to "fell out" Norther relaml to the Dublin-baM rish republic. DEEPLY SUSPICIOUS The UDA and other militant "rotestant groups, with the ex- ception of Mr. Paisley's follow- ers, also expressed deep suspi- cions about what Whitclaw hopes will be the broadly-repre- sentative conference on Ulster's iiture, scheduled to take place ater this month somewhere in England. All this, along wilh the ex- plosive majority bitterness over the IRA's campaigns of shoot- ing and bombing, forms the es- sential background for anyone seeking to explain the current conflict between the army and Protestants in Belfast. Adding to the threatening quality of the situation is the fact troops have made large seizures of guns and ammuni- tion in such Protestant areas of Ulster as Carrickfergus. As one British correspondent put it, if members of the Ulster majority have come to see themselves as an oppressed mi- nority, how soon mil it be be- fore they start acting like one on a mass scale. Monday, September 17, 1972 THI IITHBRIDGE HERAID 7 Arabs live in Germany New York Times Service BONN The attacks by Arab guerrillas in West Ger- many have focused public at- tenlion on that country's liberal immigration laws which have made it a favorite arena for underground Arab activities. According to governm e n t sources, nine Arab underground organizations with a total of 110 subsidiary groups are known to the authorities. Members are recruited from the arabs mig- rant workers and stu- dents currently registered in West Germany. Some of the total are Palestinians. The authorities said this week that of 182 acts of violence laid to criminal foreign organiza- tions in 1970, Arab terrorists committed 49. Most of the oth- ers were committed by feuding groups among Croats, Greeks and other refugees, as well as expatriates from East Europe- an and Latin American coun- tries. Last week's bloodbath in Mu- nich was not the first major terrorist action in the city. In February, 1970, three young Arabs bombed and machine- gunned Israeli passengers in the transit lounge of Riehm Air- port, killing ono and wounding 11. The three were among seven Arab terrorists freed by Brit- ain, West Germany and Swit- zerland in September, 1970, in return for the release of 54 pas- sengers aboard airliners hijack- ed by terrorists and flown to Jordan. The Black September group, which has claimed responsibil- ty for the bloodshed at the Olympic Games, has been be- tind other terrorist activity on West German soil. Last Feb- ruary the group, a subsidiary of the Al Fatah Commando or- ganization, killed five Jordani- ans, one of them an undercover agent for the German Secret Service, in a night assault on iheir dormitories at Bruhl near Cologne. Terrorist action against West German companies doing busi- ness with Israel has also been attributed to the group. Con- cerns bombed in recent months have included an oil refinery and an electronics factory in Hamburg. Arab guerrilla groups here are understood to be spending volunteers home for training fti sabotage and other under- ground activities. Several mem- bers of a West German anar- chist group that committed a series of bombings last spring are also understood to have been at Al Fatah camrjs in Syria and possibly in other Arab countries. Four United States soldiers, including a highly lieutenant colonel, have beer among those killed in the bomb- ing. Most leaders of the Ger- man group, meanwhile, have been arrested. Arrests of Arab guerrillas in West Germany have been few. When Arab commandos hijack- ed a Lufthansa jumbo jet on a flight from New Delhi to Frank- furt last Feburary, it turned out that Bonn held no "suitable" Arab prisoners it coulrl free to j obtain UTS plane's release. This as finally achieved a ran-; t BUSINESS TRAINING ACCOUNTING BE 160 Basic Introductory Course from balance sheet lo special journals. 12 Mondays and Wednesdays beginning Sept. 25. FEE: ACCOUNTING BE 162 Accounting for partnerships and limited companies with special emphasis on financial statements. 12 Mondays and Wednesdays beginning Jan. 22. FEE: AUTOMATIC DATA PROCESSING BE 149 Preparation for computerized Information 12 Tuesdays and Thursdays beginning Jan. 23. FEE: BOOKKEEPING BE 156 Introductory bookkeeping course for Secretarial Shorthand Majors. 12 Mondays and Wednesdays beginning Sept. 25 OR 12 Mondays and Wednesdays beginning Jan. 22, FEE: DATA PROCESSING BE 143 tdividualized instruction in the operation of business machines including introduction to eleclronic data processing. 12 Tuesdays and Thursdays beginning Sept. 26. FEE: SHORTHAND SPEED PRACTICE BE 152 Practice in Gregg, Pitman or ABC shorthand 1o improve speed" and accuracy. 6 Mondays and Wednesdays beginning Sept. 25 OR 6 Mondays and Wednesdays beginning Jan. 22. FEE: STENOSCRIPT ABC SHORTHAND BE 154 An Introductory course including theory and 'practice. 12 Mondays and Wednesdays beginning Sept. 25. ENGLISH (Secretarial) EN 134 Wriling effective business letters. Tuesdays and Thursday} beginning Sept. 26. OFFICE PROCEDURE BE 142 Filing, general typing, telephone techniques and stencils. 6 Mondays and Wednesdays beginning Sept. 25. FEE: BASIC TYPING SKILLS Techniques for accurate typing plui lime necessary for reasonable proficiency. 5 Tuesdays and Thursdays beginning Sept. 26 UK 5 Tuesdays and Thursdays beginning Nov. 7. FEE: ACCOUNTING BE 171 (R.I.A.) (C.l.S.) An introductory accounting course emphaslzmg fundamental ac- counting principles and concepts. 12 Mondays and Wednesdays beginning Sept. 25 OR 12 Mondays and Wednesdays beginning Jan. 22. FEE: ACCOUNTING BE 173 (R.l.A.) (C.l.S.) PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION BE 298 Basic principles of management, planning, organizing ond con- trolling, as as selection, placement, training and com- pensation. 15 Saturdays beginning Jon. 20. FEE: STATISTICS BE 250 (R.l.A.) Basic techniques of business and economic statistics. 24 Wednesdays beginning Sept. 27. FEE: FEE Concepts ond principles of partnership and corporation _ accoun- ting including departmental and manufacturing accounting. 12 Mondays and Wednesdays beginning Jan. 22. FEE: AUTOMATED DATA PROCESSING BE 149 (R.l.A.) General Introduction to th and printing calculators machines. 11 Tuesdays and Thursdays beginning Jan. 23. stored program computer, electronic and keypunch verifier and sorter fEtr BUSINESS LAW BE 166 (R.l.A.) (C.l.S.) First busjack case reported TORONTO (CP) There have been hijacks and sky- jacks and the other day, To- ronto experienced iis first busjack. The driver of a Toronto Transit Commission bus left the vehicle for a few min- utes to get a coffee, prompt- Ing a youthful passenger to jump into the driver's seat and drive off. When the driver realized what was happening, he jump- ed back aboard and pulled a power switch. The hus crash- ed into an excavation for a subway station, causing about damage, but no one was injured. FIRST FLAG The flag of Nova Scotia was the first flag of all Britain's col- onies. som of S5 million. According to West German authorities, the (wo most power- ful Aral) guerrilla groups here are the Fatah dominated Gen- eral Union of Palestinian Stu- dents with 27 cells throughout West Germany, and the Gen- eral Union of Palestinian Work- ers with 24 cells. Al Fatah it- self maintains 23 cells and has contacts in 10 other West German cities. Another major guerrilla group Is the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, which has seven affiliates in West Germany and which is led by a pediatrician, Dr. George Habash. j According to West German police, every member is given a numlxjr and a cover name: and is sworn to secrecy and solufe obedience. Under no cir- cumstances are they permitted to relinquish their membership and know no more about their organization than is necessary for the carrying out of Unacdi- ale orders. Course wfll emphasize economic analysis demand, cosl, profit, competition, etc. 12 Tuesdays and Thursdays beginning Jan. 23. Certificate in Management Program Tho following courses are required to qualify ior a cer- lificc'e in Management Program. One or tv.o courses may be taken per semester until Iho requirements oro completed. ENGLISH EN 155 AND EN 156 MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING BE 238 DATA PROCESSING BE 149 MARKETING MANAGEMENT BE 288 ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR BE 268 PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION BE 298 TOTAL grarnmincj. 12 Wednesdays beginning Sept. 27. THE ART OF SELLING Designed to prepare an individual for a career in selling. ID Wednesdays beginning Jan. 24. FEE: COMPUTERS And How They Are Used TSin rudiments of computer fundamentals and computer pro- FEE: CLERK-TYPIST (Receptionist) For those who'have basic typing skills and are looking for em- ploy me nt training as receptionists. 6 Tuesdays beginning Sept. 26 OR 6 Tuesdays beginning Jan. 23. FEE: (plus filing kit) BUSINESS FILING Basic method's of organizing and arranging business records. 6 Wednesdays beginning Sept. OR 6 beginning Jan. 22. FEE: PAYROLL ACCOUNTING Basic payroll accounting nnd federal and provincial regarding payroll deductions and payroll tax returns. 6 Mondays beg'nning Sept. 25 OR 6 Wednesdays beginning Jan. 24. FEE: WINDOW AND STORE INTERIOR MERCHANDISING Designed far the merchant who wishes to Creole during displays. 10 Mondayt beginning Sept. 25. FEE: PRINCIPLES OF PROFESSIONAL SALESMANSHIP Training for today's professional laleiman. Including planning an effective sales program. 10 Mondays beginning Sept. FEE: BASIC LANDSCAPE AND HOME GARDENING Eas'c landscaping including care ond treatmc-nl of plants, ond trees. 8 Mondayi beginning Mar. 5. FEE: EE5F CATTLE NUTRITION Vital areas o( cat lie nurrition from basic fundamentals to wintering and melabolic disorders. 12 Wednesdays beginning Feb. 7. FEE: FARM MACHINERY Operation and maintenance of farm machinery, covering every-' thing from major equipment to pumps and Vr-ater systems, 12 Mondays beginning Feb. 5. FEE; FARM MANAGEMENT Course empKciizcs farm records and management lo achieve a sound economic unit. 15 beginning Oct. 10. FEE: FARM STRUCTURES Construdiou techniques for various kino's of farm bulfdings, in- cluding cosl estimating. 15 Thursdays beginning Oct. 12. FEE; FAKRIER COURSE princtplcs of horse shoeing including making of shoes. 1 week beginnine. Monday, April 2. FEE: HORSE HEALTH MANAGEMENT Methods of control, prevention and possible treatment of com-- mon diseases of horses. 10 Thursdays beginning Feb. 8. FEE: MORSE NUTRITION Coro and feeding of horses Including classification of feeds, spec'al rations 'and grazing management. 10 Thursdays beginning Oct. 12. FEE: INDOOR GARDENING Techniques ond skilli necessary for growing your own bedding- out plants. 3 Wednsidnyi beginning Jan. 24. FEE: Community College In co-operation with H and R Block Co. presents: BASIC INCOME TAX COURSE 1. 72 hours of class Instruction 2. Enrolment open lo any interested man or woman 3. Graduate In 8 weeks 4. Taught by experienced rax 5. Day or classes available 6. Course begins September IB or 19 Register now. For further information coll elmer: Community College School of Continuing Education Lethbridge, Alta, Phons 327-2141 Ext. 228 bUMrataa LAW DC i GO IK.I.M.J Introduction lo common business laws. 15 Tuesdays beginning Oct. 10. TEE: ECONOMICS BE 181 (R.LA.) (C.l.S.) Principles and method's of economic analysis, economic institutions and issues of economic policy. 12 Tuesdays and Thursdays beginning Sept. 26. FEE: SOCIOLOGY BE 170 Introduction to terminology, principles and theoretical positions. IS Wednesdays beginning Sept. 27. FEE: ENGLISH EN 155 (Effective Speaking) Basically a "Toaslmoster's" apnroach of learning by doing. 15 Tuesdayi beginning Sept. 26. FEE: ENGLISH EN 156 (R.l.A.) (C.l.S.) Business communication from the Improvement of basic gram- matical skills to formal report writing. 15 Wednesdays beginning Jan. 24. FEE: ACCOUNTING BE 234 (R.I.A.) Review of corporate accounting principles, wilh ipecial emphosis on papers and financial statements, 11 Tuesdays and Thursdays hfipinning Sepf. ?6 OR 12 Tuesdays and Thursdays beginning Jan, 23. FEE; ACCOUNTING BE 236 (R.l.A.) Accounting confrols ond analysis, management planning, pro- cedures of audi.inq, and income tax 12 Tuesdays and Thursdays beginning Jan. 23. FEE: AUTOMATED DATA PROCESSING BE 244 Computer programming concepts, ond application of data pro- cessing to business sysiems. 12 Mondays ard V.'-dncsdrys beginning Sept 25. FEE: AUTOMATED DATA PROCESSING EE 246 A dvemcccf computer programming theory and o detailed study of romp'Jler lanrjuoges. j 12 Mondays and beginning Jan. 22. FEE: MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING BE 238 Management US2S of accounting for planning and 12 Mondays and Wednesdays beginning Sopt. 25. FEE: MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS BE 253 for the concept! of FEE: S37.50 ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR-BE 268 (R.l.A.) Study of basic human forcei active io on organiialion, including m oil van'an and behaviour, communications, ek. 12 Mondays and beginning Jan. 22. FEE: SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT TRAINING PERSONNEL (Employer-Employee Relationships) Approaches and methods used to get and keep competent employees. 10 Tuesdayi beginning Sept. 26 OR 10 Mondays beginning 12. FEE: BOOKKEEPING FOR SMALL BUSINESS FundomenTols oF bookkeeping for those who have not had previous training. 8 Tuesdays and Thursdays beginning Sept. 26 OR 8 Tuesdays and Thursdays beginning Jan. 23. FEE: (includes texts and supplies) EFFECTIVE SUPERVISION ADMINISTRATION (B.M.T.) Rolo of Ihe supervisor including his responsibility for service, personnel, coils ond improvements. 10 Wednesday! beginning Jan. 24. FEE: EFFECTIVE SUPERVISION COMMUNICATIONS (B.M.T.) Effective communication with Ihose with whom you must worV. 10 Tuesdays beginning Sept. 26 OR 10 Wednesdays beginning Jan. 24. FEE: EFFECTIVE SUPERVISION HUMAN RELATIONS. (B.M.T.) Designed lo help the supervisor function effectively in the area of Personnel Management. 10 Mondays beginning Sept. 25 OR 10 Mondays beginning Jon. 22. FEE: RECREATION COURSES REGISTERED INDUSTRIAL ACCOUNTANTS COURSES AH inquiries regarding msmberihip, admission require- ment, exempt'ons, fees, etc., should be directed To: The Director, cf Continuing Education LelE-.lirlclge Community Telephone 327-2141 AGRICULTURE AGRICULTURAL LAW Laws respecting legal rights and oblige lions. Including court procedures, contracts, and governrnenr and regulations. 12 Tuesdays beginning Fab. 6. FEE: ANGLING AND CANOEING (3 Credits) Designed to initiate and develop an Inlerest In canoeing and 6 Weekends, hours dally Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 9, 13', Oct. 7, 21, Nov. 4, FEE: HIKING AND CLIMBING (3 Credits) Includes equipment selection, climbing techniques, shelters, camp cooking and survival. 6 Weekends, t) hours daily Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 16, 30, Oct. 14, 28, Nov. 11, 35. FEI: SOCIAL DANCING Foxtrot, waltz, polka, cha cha, South American and contemporary dances taught by a qualified instructor. 10 lueidays beginning Oct. 10 OR 10 Tuesdays biginlng Feb. 6. FiE: per WINTER ACTIVITIES (3 Credits) An Introduction to cross-country skiing, snow shoeing, mow ond ice climbing ond winter camping. 6 Weekends, 8 hours daily Saturdays and Sundays, beginning Jon. 20. FEE: GOLFING INSTRUCTION Basic fundamentals for beginners, wilh time (or practice, and intermediate instruction of Ihose who wish to improve their gome. Beginning in January and continuing through to April. Contact School of Continuing Education (or Section dates. FEE: per section KARATE INSTRUCTION Baiic instruction for men and beyond the basic stages. 16 beginning Jan. 9. women, as well 01 for FEE: >35.OQ ON-SHORE SAILING COURSE SuJlable for all ages, ranging from nautical terminology ond boat core, lo sailing etiquelte and tips In buying, and maintenance. 5 Wednesday! beginning Mar. 28. FEE: INFECTION CONTROL WORKSHOP Sponsored-by tne South Dislrict Nursing Advisory Com- mittee for Continuing Education of Iho Alberta Association of Registered Nurses, and the School of Continuing Educa- tion, Lcthbndge Community College. Starting September 19, Andrews Building, Community College HE: luncheon) Register now. For further Information calli Community Collegs School of Continuing Education Lethbridge, ATta. Phoni 327-2Ml Ext. 228 GENERAL INTEREST A CHALLENGE FOR CHARM Improve your penonal appearance ond poise. Course covers everything from skin care to planning o wardrobe. 8 Tuesdays beginning Ott. 10 OR I Wednesdays beginning Feb. 7. FEE: HAIRSTYLING COURSE FOR WOMEN Learn how lo attractively style and manage your own hair ond also how to care for your wigj. 5 .TuMttayi beginning Od. 10 5 Thursdays beginning Oct. 12 5 beginning Nov. 15 FEE: per section ARCHERY Learn the technlquei of archery and develop and your ikills. 10 Wednesdays beginning Oct. 11. FEE: ARTICLE WRITING A helpful course for those who want to enter Journalism as well ai for those interested in writing as a hobby or vocation. 10 Tuesdays beginning Feb. 6. TEE: A STUDY OF THE WORLD Tour Europe, South America, Africa, Japan, etc. by enrolling In this exciting world lour by Film. 5 beginning Jan. 25, NO FEE AUDIO CONTROL AND ANNOUNCING Instruction ana" practice In the use of audio control equipment used in radio, television and recording 10 Thursdays beginning Oct. 12. FEE: BALLISTICS Course covers the history of firearms, basic ballistics, reloading, construction of components, sighting equipment and chrano- Tuesdayi beginning Oct. 10. FEE: BARBECUING FOR MEN Course covers everything from proper preparation of pork, crjieken and beef, to use of mar males, spices and herbs. S.Mondays beginning April 23 OR 5-Wednesdays beginning April 25. FEE: COOKING FOR MEN CooVing program includes meat cutting, barbecuing, lolad preparation, omelettes, fish and fowl. 10 Wednesdays beginning Jan. 31. FEE: BASIC OFFSET LITHOGRAPHY Designed to assist those In tha graphic arts and the printing Industry in paper selection, copy preparation, camera, masking, LAPIDARY Learn the skill of cutting, polishing and engraving atones. Creota jewelry or cultivate an interest in collect ing. 5 Tuesdays beginning April 10. FEE: (net Including supplies) LAW FOR THE HOMEOWNER AND CITIZEN Course covers lucn topics as Wills ond Estates, Family and Do- mestic Problems, Accidents, and some aspects of Criminal Law. 10 beginning Feb. 7. FEE: LEATHERCRAFTS The tooling and carving of leaJher for the manufacture of a varfety of colorful projecli, 10 Tuesdays beginning Feb. 6. FEE: NATURAL HISTORY OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA A sludy of tha Flora of Ike Rocky Mountains and Plains area of Southern Alberta. 5 Wednesdays beginning Feb. 7. FEE: OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE FOR YOU An outline of the courses and opportunities available lo odulli for training for different or improved iob opportunities. 3 Tuesdays beginning 10. FEE SPEED READING IMPROVEMENT A courso in reading skill development for those who wish to improve their speed in reading. FEE: 10 Tuesdays beginning Oct. 10. 10 Tuesdays beginning Feb. 6. plale making, bindery and press operation. 13 beginning Sept. 25 OR 12 Mondays beginning Jon. 22. FEE: PAINTING Beginners Thii course will teach you how to capture a scene in oil on 10 Mondays beginning Oct. 16. FEE: (plu> luppliet) PAINTING AND DRAWING Theory and practice of drawing In varloui media, and the tech- niques of walercolor and oil painting. 10 Wednesdays beginning Oct. II. 10 Tuesdays beginning Fab. 6. FEE: (plus supplies) PUBLIC SPEAKING This covers oil areas of public speaking to help you gain the confidence to communicate with other people. 10 Tuesdays beginning Oct. 10. 10 Tuesdays beginning Feb. 6. FEE: RETIREMENT Plan For it Prepare yourself for retirement. Ofscussfon lapics will lead you into interesting -'hobbies and experiences. 5 Mondays beginning Feb. 5. NO FEE SCULPTURING The art of scupluring onimals and human forms. Work wilh wax, clay ond plasticine. 10 Wednesdays beginning Oct. 11. FEE'. (plut supplies) PEP UP YOUR PERSONALITY Get More Fun Out of Life Exciting ideas and ways to improve your personality will bo discussed Jn ihis informative and interesting course. 5 Wednesdays beginning Jon. 31. FIE: BRIDGE LESSONS Beginner's Introduction lo tho Mechanics of Conlract Bridge, Scoring, ond Bridge Vocabulary. 10 Mondays beginning Oct. 16 OR 10 Tuesdays beginning Feb. 6. FEE: BRIDGE LESSONS Intermediate For those who already have a basic knowledge of Bridge. will Include actual ploy. 10 Mondays beginning Oct. 16 OR 10 Tuesdays beginning Feb. 6. FEE: CREATING THE PROPER ENVIRONMENT FOR YOUNG CHILDREN Objectives and for early child development and theories of learning. Including three environmental faetorj physical, em o Mon a I and intellectual. 10 beginning Oct. 10, FEE: DEFENSIVE DRIVING Lecm the techniques of defensive driving and Improve your driving skills. 4 Wednesdays beginning Stpt. 13 4 Thursdays beginning Oct. 19 4 Tuesdays beginning Nov. 7. FEE: per ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION Examine the affects of pollution, urbanization, population, and increasing demands for outdoor recreation facilities, on natural resources 10 Wednftsdays beginning Oct. 11. FEE: FLY TYING A short course 1 or those who wlih to learn how to tie fifes correctly. 8 Tuesdays beginning Jan. '23. FEE: FtY FISHING Demon si rat! ant ond practice in of fly cos ling, casting, elc., together with a brief study of artificial flies. t Tufttdavs beginning March 20, FEE: GEOLOGY, MINERALOGY and PROSPECTING A lecturo course lhaf Includes a itudy of common roeVs and mlneralj, rock structures, etc., and the techniques of rock and mineral identification. 12, Thursdays beginning Feb. 1. FEE: GROUP AND SEMINAR LEADERS COURSE Designed to appeal to members of community volunteer organiza- tions who may bs colled upon to a leadership role in (heir group. 1 Tuesdays beginning Oct. 10. FEE: HOME MOVIE MAKING fun dame n foil of cinemoioflrophy for 8 mm ancf Super 8 movie cameras. I TuMda'yi beginning Feb. 6. FEE: SEMINAR SUPERVISORY MANAGEMENT LEADERSHIP SK1US Designed to bring out new methods and techniques that will help management carry out this rale. Presented by the Lelhbridge Construction Association, and rhe Lethbricfga Community College, School oi Continuing Education. Starting p.m., Friday, October SO, and a.m., Saturday, Oct. 21. FEE: {Includes supper) For further Information ealli Community College School of Continuing Education Alta. Phone 327-2141 Ext. S2S HOMEMAKERS CAKE AND PASTRY BAKING AND DECORATING Techniques for decorating pies, cakes, muffins, cookies and rolli, plus decorating baked goods for special occasions. 8 Mondays beginning Oct. 16 OR 8 Mondays beginning Feb. 5. FEE: DRAPERY CONSTRUCTION Learn to construct drapes for your own home. 12 Tuesdays beginning Oct. 10. FEE: INTERMEDIATE SEWING SECTION C For iSose who have satisfactorily completed Basic Sewfng or its equivalent. Emphasis is on altering patterns to fit and sew- ing a more difficult garment. Wednesdays beginning Oct. II OR Wednesdays beginning Feb. 7. PEE: per section SEWING WITH KNIT FABRICS How lo sew with knit fabrics, strelch sewing, and how to draft your own polterni to fit the individual figure. 10 beginning Sept 27 10 Wednesdays beginning Jan. 31 10 Wednesdays beginning April 11. FEE; per section LINGERIE SEWING How lo treat and sew lingerie fabrics, and demonstrations and actuol sewing of garments. 6 Tuesdays beginning Sept. 26 6 Tuesdays beginning Jan. 30 6 Tuesdays beginning April 10. FEE; per section SEWING KNITS FOR MEN AND BOYS Instruction on how to sew knit panls, sweaters, underwear, T-shirt variations and dress shirts. 4 Mondays beginning Sepf. 25 4 Mondays beginning Jan. 29 4 Mondays beginning April 9. FEE: SEWING WITH LEATHER Sew your own leather clothing skirts, vesis, coat) and handbags. 10 beginning Oct. 11. FEE: (plus supplies) UPHOLSTERY Professional techniques of re-uphoislering and recovering your 12 Wednesdays beginning Feb. 7. FEE: (plus supplies) CAR OWNERS COURSE FOR WOMEN To give women a basic understanding of what is taking piece in the various units of the car. 10 Mondays beginning Sept. 25, FEE: HOBBIES LANGUAGES CONVERSATIONAL FRENCH An opportunity for adults lo learn to speak French In on easy ana natural manner. Mondays and Wednesdays beginning Oct. 16 Z-10 Tuesdays and Thursdays beginning Feb. 6 Level Mondays and Wednesdays beginning Teh. 5 level Mondays and Wednesdays beginning Feb. 5 FEE: per level CONVERSATIONAL GERMAN Express yourself freely In German. Emphasis Is on oral competency, 10 Tuvtdays and Thursdays beginning Fob. 6. TEE: CONVERSATIONAL SPANISH An elementary course for those who wish to acquire the rudi- ments of Spanish, 20 Tuesdays beginning Oct. 10. FEE: BEGINNERS KNITTING The fundamentals of knitllng including how to a pattern using different yarns and how to adjust a pattern far proper fit. 10 Mondays beginning Oct. 16. FEE: (includes the basic kit) CANDLECRAFT Candles, are surprisingly easy and inexpensive to make and a course 1o you how. 5 Wednesdays beginning Oct. 11. TEE: (plui supplies) CREATIVE DECORATIONS A fun course in creeling ornamental from plaster of parts, resin, crepe paper, etc. 10 Wednesdays beginning Oct. 11 OR 10 Tuesdays beginning Feb. 6. FEE: {plus supplies) MACRAME Learn how to tla ihrea knots the square knot, the half hitch and the clove hikh and create many different and use- ful articles. 6 Mondays beginning Feb. 5. TEE: (plus supplies) RES1NCRAFT learn to make decorative and useful items, using plastic resin. 6 beginning FEE: [plus supplies) QUILTING Learn the art of quilting pictures, vclancei and covers. Designed for beginners. 10 Tuesdays beginning Oct. 10. FEE: (plus supplies) ANTIQUING FURNITURE Give old furnilure or an unfinished piece o professional finish eajily and quickly. Bring your own kit and piece of furniture to begin your project the first evening. 3 Thursdays beginning Feb. 8. FEE: CREATIVE WELDING Turn a pile of scrap metal Into a creative sculpture learn practical welding sVHIs as well. 15 Tuesdays beginning Jan. 16. FEE: [plus materials) DO IT YOURSELF BRICKWORK For men and women who want to know how to lay bricks on ks to make a barbecue, planter, patio, etc. GOURMET CUISINE FOR LADIES Preparation and service of exciting and exotic foods, designed for those who like to entertain in a gracious manner. 10 beginning Jan. 30. FEE; HOMEMAKING A Profession Helpful hints on your role as a mother, as a wife, as a home- malcer, and on the orqanrzation of household tasks end children. 5 Tuesdays beginning Oct. 10. FEE: BEGINNERS SEWING SECTION A For those who have not before, featuring the basic tech- niques of sl.tching and ioining any garment. Mondays, beginning Oct. 16 OR Mondays, beginning Feb. S. FEE: per section BASIC SEWING SECTION B Designed for those who have completed Beg inn en Sewing or those who hove done some sewing before. Tuesdays, beginning Oil. 10 OR beginning Feb. 6. FEE: per bl 6 beginning Mar. FEE; (including materials) FURNITURE FINISHING learn how to finish or refinfsh furniture including the theory and practices of finish removal, re-finishing and finishing repairs. 10 Wednesdays beginning Oct. 11. FEE: RUMPUS ROOM CONSTRUCTION "Do If Yourself" coujse for rumpuj room construction, from framing to finishing. 7 Thursdays beginning Oct. 12. FEE: SNOWMOBILE MAINTENANCE Snowmobile driving techniques, basic mechanical trouble-shooling end first aid. Course stresses preventive maintenance. 4 Wednesdays beginning Feb. 7. FEE: WOODWORKING Design and canstrudlon of your own furnilure project with in- struction in the correct use of hend ond power tools. 10 Wednesdays beginning Oct. 11 OR 10 Wednesdays beginning Feb. 7. {plus materials) Call 327-2141 Ext 228 ADULT EVENING LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE SCHOOL OF CONTINUING EDUCATION Call 3272141 Ext MODULAR CO-ORDINATION IN THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY SEMINAR This Seminar Is designed to show you how Mocfufor Co- ordinalion can help you. Starting Sept. 15 and a.m. Sept. 16. FEE; supper) For further information calf: lethbrldge Community College School of Continuing Education Lelhbridge, Alia, Phone 327-2141 Ext. 228 TECHNICAL AUTO BODY Body work, painting and the basic knowledge and safa use of oxy-ocetylene welding will be covered In this course. 15 Mondays beginning Oct. 16. FEE: AUTOMOTIVES FOR THE HANDYMAN To help the car owner diagnose and correct many minor problems with his car, and prevent costly expenses, 10 Tuesdays beginning Oct. 10. FEE: BASIC ELECTRONICS This course will include basic electronics theory and will ad- vance to whatever level the students require. Advance electronics will bo offered if there is a student demand. 20 Tuesdays beginning Oct. 10. FEE: BASIC SMALL ENGINE MECHANICS Theory ond practical work on small, air-cooled gasoline engines such as those used in lawn, garden and grain auger equipment. 12 Tuesdays beginning Feb. 6. FEE: (plus parts) BUILDING CONSTRUCTION Home Improvement Theory and practical experience In areas of home construction from cement work lo the roof of your home. Also Included additions and major renovatfons, 15 Tuesdays beginning Jan. 16. FEE: DRAFTING A foundation In the techniques and methods of drafting, and in the theory of drawing. 20 Tuesdays beginning Oct. 10. FEE: HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE SERVICING Repairing and servicing small household appliances with home tools. Regular servicing of appliances will bo demonstrated. 10 Tuesdays beginning Feb. 6. FEE: POWER ENGINEERING 3rd CLASS For those preparing to wrile the provincial examination for o 3rd Class Certificate in Power Engineering under the Boilers Act. 30 Wednesdays beginning 11. FEE; (Including S.A.I.T. correspondence course) POWER ENGINEERING 4th CLASS For Ihose preparing to wrile the 4th Class examination under the Bailers Act. 23 Mondays beginning Oct. U. FEE: WELDING FOR BEGINNERS ONLY An introduction lo both Ga5 and Electric Including both theory ond practice. 20 Mcmdayj beginning Sept. 25 OR 15 Wednesdays beginning Jan. 24. FK: WELDING ELEMENTARY (LIMITED EXPERIENCE) For those who hove had some limited welding experience. Various rypes of welds, cutting ond brazing will be covered. 15 Thursdays btginning Sept. 28 OR 15 Thursdays beginning Jan. 25. FEE: ADVANCED WELDING GAS For those who have completed the basic course or its equivalent. Welding of various joints, pipes and alloys, 'plus welding codes, standards and design. 10 Tuesdays beginning Ocl. 10 OR 10 Tuesdays beginning Feb. 6. FEE: ADVANCED WELDING ELECTRIC ARC Same course outline as for odvcnced gas welding. 10 Wednesdays beginning Oct. 11 OR 10 Mondays beginning Feb. 5. FEE: BASIC WELDING A short courso in both gas and eledric welding offering bolh theory ond practice, 7 Saturdays beginning Ocl. 14 OR 7 Saturdays beginning Jan. 27. FEE: APPLICATION FORM PLEASE COMPLETE THIS FORM AND RETURN IT TO: lETilBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Mr. Mrs. NAME Miss ADDRESS PHONE, Residence Eustresj COURSE DATE COURSE BEGINS FEE FEES ARE DUE AND PAYABLE AT FIRST CLASS SESSION ;