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We <BfflMERj Page. 1, October 29, 1976 Jack Carter Visits CBC Jack Carter, eldest son of Democratic Presidential candidate Jimmy Carter, was enthusiastically received last week by a standing room only crowd in the Book of Life. The 29-year-old lawyer generated the most applause by his reply to a question concerning his father's interview with Playboy magazine. "Jesus didn't spend all his time in church," Jack Carter explained, "Jesus, went where the sinners were!" Carter also discussed amnesty, college students, American policies, and the differences between his father and Gerald Ford, in his 20-minute speech. Of his own role in the presidential campaign, he said, "I'm doing this for my country." Mrs. Dorothy Argow, coordinator of the event, felt that "withhis (Carter's) Southern Baptist back ground he related well to the students of our college." She explained Jack Carter's visit was arranged on her guarantee that the Book of Life would be filled; a guarantee that produced a capacity crowd of 500. Mrs. Argow introduced Carter as a Georgian attorney, a Vietnam veteran, and a husband and father. Then the husky campaigner took his stand behind the poster bedecked podium to expound the viewpoints of his "Dad." "Dad has a tremendous advantage over Ford--Dad is the kind of person who learns from experience," extoled Carter. "Do you want four years of moving nowhere?" he asked the receptive audience, "or a chance where we can pull this thing together?" He then appealed directly to the college students, tellingthem "you A few words About ASB Cal Baptist students wishing to have a voice in student government and campus concerns, may be interested in two student service boards sponsored by the Associated Student Body (ASB) office: the judicial board and the ASB executive council. According to ASB president, Tim Newman, both programs are designed to provide a platform for students to "feed back problems or concerns they might have." The judicial board, which meets Mondays from 10-10:30 a.m. in room 128, is a service for students who feel they unjustly received a traffic ticket on campus, to appeal the ticket. "It's important that the students are aware of the board now because security is no longer giving warnings," said Newman. The cost of traffic tickets is $4. Taking a new twist this year, the board consists of two female judges: Katrina Litteral and Kathi Kammert. 'This is the first time, that I know of, where there were girls serving as judges," he said. Appointed by Newman, he explains they "volunteered and seemed very capable for the job." Newman encourages students to utilize the judicial board. The stu dents "are in college now and responsible adults and should be responsible for what they do, but if they feel they're getting ripped off, then I would encourage them to come." Designed to encourage student involvement in government, is the ASB executive council, consisting of student representatives from every student living area. "We meet every Monday at 10 a.m. in the Waliace^Bopk oLLife...building. The meetings are open for Students to express any problems or concerns and hear any decisions that are made. It's similar to a city council meeting," Newman said. This council consists of Tim Newman, representing faculty and administration; Claude Capiaux, vice president, representing clubs and organizations; Barbara Carroll, student activities director; Chris Brown, Simmons Hall rep; Joan Carney, Smith Hall; and Jerry Bennett, off campus rep. Nonvoting members ofthe council include Chuck Horner, student relations; Ken Spencer, business manager; and Janet Roberts, secretary. New officers are elected in the spring. "The council is checked by the students themselves. A student people are the ones" who count in the 'get out the vote drive.' But Carter added-humorously, "If you want to vote for Ford, you don't have to go (to the polls)." During the question and answer period following the speech, a student asked whether the Vietnam veteran agreed with his father's plan of blanket amnesty. "1 personally do not respect somebody who ran away," replied Carter, "but the issue has got to be over with once and for all." Ruth Sidener, president of the Young Democrats, concluded the program with the presentation of a letter expressing support for Jimmy Carter. Jack, on behalf of his father, accepted the letter from the club. Afterwards Carter greeted students, thanking them for the warm reception and large crowd. Tonight at 11:30 watch "The House that Dripped Blood" for only 50 cents. It is rated PG. may recall a decision by petitioning," said Newman. "In this way, the final decision rests with the students. Basically we want the students to know we're alive and functioning." ASB activities tentatively planned for CBC this year include the Yule banquet, major movies, a concert and possible trips to Knotts Berry Farm and Disneyland. Golden Gate entrance tests Students planning to attend Golden Gate Seminary are required to take three entrance tests: the MMP1, the Purdue English, and the Graduate Records Examination (GRE). According to Gene Thompson, Director of Testing, the first two are given by the Testing Office, which also has applications for the GRE. Interested students may make application for these tests in Office 131 between 9 a.m. and 12 noon on Tuesday and Thursday, and between 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. The public is invited to participate in a giant PraiSing on Friday evening, October 29, at 7:30 p.m. in the auditorium of Magnolia Avenue Baptist Church, 8351 Magnolia Ave., Riverside. There will be no admission charge, but an expense offering will be taken. Dr. Reynolds, Director of the Church Music Department for the Southern Baptist Convention, will be the leader for the PraiSing. He is the editor of the new Baptist Hymnal, which is currently being used in 30,000 churches across the United States, Dr. Reynolds will be accompanied during the PraiSing by Max Lyall from Golden Gate Seminary at the piano, and Don Shannon from California Baptist College at the organ. A small orchestra selected from the Riverside area will add its own excitement to the program, and the California Baptist College Chapel Choir, along with the California Singing Churchmen, will add spirit to the congregational singing. LEFT TO RIGHT - Jack Carter, Mrs. Argow, Dean Carleton and Dr. Staples. The Library Suggests Please help yourselves and the library staff. Don't reshelve library books after browsing through them. In fact, don't reshelve them at all. Forone thing, it's necessary for the staff to take statistics on what is used so that we know if more books of that type are needed. It's only October but we have already heard the complaint that there aren't enough books to meet the needs of our studies. By taking "stats" on what students browse through we find out what those needs are. Another very important reason for NOT reshelving books is that every book is part of the well- organized system by which the books are put in order. There are generally four reasons why a book won't be in place on the shelf: (1) it's been checked out, (2) someone still has it in use in the library, (3) the library staff may have the book ready to be re- shelved or (4) someone was "just looking through it" and reshelved it themselves. The problem being that even if it was reshelved only a couple of spaces out of order, the next person who comes looking for it won't find it where it should be. That next person may be you. The library staff realizes that students feel that they're helping Sr. officer's Minutes During the meeting of the senior class officers the following subjects were chosen to be discussed at the next class meeting. The subjects will be: selecting a class speaker for gradua'tion; see if the senior class wants a $3, $5, or $10 addition to each seniors bill for class gift, also brought up was that without the additional money the seniors will not have the amount needed for the class gift; no events for seniors during the year; need to select a committee for the class gift; also need a committee for candy cane gram; an idea was brought up to raise money, a spring mum sale; and a MANDATORY meeting was set for November 15 for the entire senior class to nominate people for Mr. and Miss CBC. The next meeting will be Nov. 1 at 10 a.m. in Room 130. t>tvvifV vr w w w Mvifuvv L.A.C.O. meeting, Monday 10 a.m. in room 123. Important, everyone, come. by reshelving books. Actually those who do, are making our job harder. They also make it harder on themselves when they need to find "one particular book"tohelpthem get their assignment done on time. We, who work in the library, don't mind reshelving as much as we hate shelf reading and rearranging misplaced books. So to make it easier on us and on you, DO NOT, 1 say again, DO NOT reshelve books even though you were "just looking," even if only for a minute. The next time you can't find a book, it may be your own fauit. Music dept. guest recital The Music Department will present a guest recital on Wednesday, November 3, at 2 in the Book of Life Building. Featured at this recital will be Arthur Moorefield on clarinet and Timothy Strong on the piano. Both musicians are on the faculty at Cal State, San Bernardino. The selections include Sonate fur Klairnette Paul Hindemith Massig bewegt Lebhaft Trio in E flat Major (K. 498) W.A. Mozart Andante Menuetto Allegretto (Assisted by Robert Kuehn on the viola. Kuehn is a student at C.S.S.B.) , Sonata in E flat Major, Opus 120, No. 2 J. Brahms Allegro amabile 51Z151515M5B1S1515MZ131S1S15151S1S1SISM The Resource Center is hosting a Community Exchange in Smith and Simmons Halls for the Board members, faculty, staff, administration, and students. This will be held on Friday, November 5, from 7:30-9:30. Refreshments will be served in the Resource Center on the 3rd floor lounge of Simmons Hall. 3l5MSlalSalSl51SBiS5MiSlSlSlSlS15iS15iSiSl Chapel Wednesday will be Col. Don Taylor who flew a small experimental plane which was home built around the world. He will describe his experiences and show slides. His trip was 10 years in the planning.
|Title||The Banner - October 29, 1976|
|Subject||California Baptist University -- Students -- Periodicals. College student newspapers and periodicals -- California.|
|Description||The Banner is the student newspaper of California Baptist University. It has been in continuous publication since 1952.'|
|Creator||California Baptist University|
|Date||October 29 1976|
|Rights||Copyright California Baptist University. All Rights Reserved.|