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William Aberhart - February 11 (1940); J.S. Woodsworth (1935); R.B. Bennett (1934)

Digitized sound file not attached, due to copyright restrictions
Audio 258a consists of the following recording:
Title: William Aberhart – “Edmonton Bible Conference” (1940) / J.S. Woodsworth – “My Political Views” (1935) / R.B. Bennett –“Canadian Bankers Association Speech” (1934)
In this recording, William Aberhart [Premier of Alberta between 1935 and 1943] emphasizes the [Social Credit] party motto “I mean business”. He leads a rally. Manning {Ernest? Premier of Alberta between 1943 and 1968 for the Social Credit Party of Alberta] acknowledges the support they have received. Aberhart offers an observation on the gospel of John, chapter 8. He asks for financial support. He offers a brief sermon on heaven. Singing is introduced, but is not recorded. Lord Tweedsmuir’s death is reported. The story of Ahab is recounted. Aberhart and someone referred to only as "Kennedy" banter back and forth on several issues. Aberhart recounts several compelling anecdotes from history. At [23:42] there is another fast forward. Aberhart discusses prophecy in light of present day events and responds to a letter. At [25:16] there is a distinct change in the recording. A radio promotional piece on the benefits of the Social Credit Party plays. At [28:16] a man announces that the next speaker will be J.S. Woodsworth [Winnipeg MP, 1921-1942]. Woodsworth speaks on his political beliefs and changes needed in Canada. At [31:32] a man announces that the next speaker will be R.B. Bennett. Prime Minister Bennett speaks to the Canadian Bankers' Association. He discusses post World War I Canada and the Great depression.
Notes provided by BF, student assistant, 2010/2011

Slide Show Scripts: Perry Havens (TWU Administrator) - Early years of Trinity Junior College; Calvin Hanson (President) - Description of College and Surrounding Areas

Audio 61a consists of the following recording:
Title: Perry Havens – “Early Years of TJC” ca. 1967
This recording features a script originally designed to accompany a slide show. Havens discusses the transformation of the Seal-Kap Farm into Trinity Junior College. He recounts the original purchase of the farm and the addition of various new college buildings. He describes the building of the chapel and the raising of funds. He focuses on the repurposing of various buildings and materials through the history of TJC. He also discusses the building of the new dining hall and dormitory space [Douglas].
Audio 61b consists of the following recording:
Title: Perry Havens and Cal Hanson – “Description of College & Surrounding Areas” ca. 1965
Havens narrates a slide show that is designed to recruit students to Trinity Junior College. He describes the scenic landscape and the development of various campus buildings including the Barnasium, Arts and Science building, Dining facility and the Chapel. Dr. Hanson speaks briefly [13:00 to 15:00], challenging listeners to "consider this project in Christian higher education as a part of the missionary outreach of the church." Finally, Havens announces the development of the new library [Strombeck].
Notes provided by BF, student assistant, 2010/2011

Thompson Family Christmas

Audio 260a consists of the following recording:
Title: “Thompson Home Christmas”
This recording is of Christmas Day at the family home of Robert Thompson. The recording begins with Bob Thompson recounting the events of the day. The family opens presents from [1:45] until [28:49]. The Korean Children’s choir is on television and they turn up the TV to listen to the broadcast while they continue to open presents. The choir continues until the end of the recording.
Audio 260b consists of the following recording:
Title: “Thompson Home Christmas”
This is a continuation of the recording on Aud. 260a. An unidentified man discusses his work with the Korean Children’s choir. The choir resumes singing at [5:37] and continues until [20:28]. Thompson leads his family in prayer before taking part in Christmas dinner. Family chatter continues until the end of the recording.
Notes provided by BF, student assistant, 2010/2011

Tulsa Christian Crusade: Robert N. Thompson

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Audio 262a consists of the following recording:
Title: Robert N. Thompson – “Christian Friends of the Christian Crusade”
Bob Thompson is introduced by Dr. Hargis [founder of the Christian Crusade movement] at a convention in Tulsa. He discusses his family and American roots. He shares several personal anecdotes and lessons learned through his life experience. He focuses on Canadian and American relations, including the establishment of the 49th parallel, the ease of border crossing and draft dodging. He discusses the importance of Christians being involved in government. He reinforces the point that morality is needed within the law. He discusses the perils of communism and the importance of being aware of world politics, including the invasion of Tibet.
Audio 262b consists of the following recording:
Title: Robert N. Thompson – “Christian Friends of the Christian Crusade”
This is a continuation of Thompson’s lecture on Aud. 262a. He continues his discussion on the political situation in Tibet. He explores the consequences of communism at length. He asserts the danger of neutrality. He interprets the call of Christ as “to go out and preach and live”. He implores those present to become active in their faith. He states that there is no neutrality with Jesus Christ.
Notes provided by BF, student assistant, 2010/2011

Loyola College Conference: Robert N. Thompson

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Audio 264a consists of the following recording:
Title: Robert Thompson – “Canadian and World Politics”
Bob Thompson is invited to speak at Loyola College. He shares some thoughts regarding his political philosophy. He relates several anecdotes, both personal and historical. At [10:53] he responds to questions from the audience. He continues to take questions until [40:03]. The recording cuts out suddenly and there is a low buzz for the remainder of the audio file.
Audio 264b consists of the following recording:
Title: Robert Thompson – “Canadian and World Politics”
This is a continuation of Aud. 264a. Thompson continues to respond to questions. At [1:45] he discusses his role in post-secondary education and the importance of citizens being involved in their government. He shares some personal anecdotes. He discusses the role of government at length. At [40:05] this section ends and there is a loud hum for the remainder of the recording.
Notes provided by BF, student assistant, 2010/2011

Luncheon meeting at Regina Inn: Paul Hellyer (MP), introduction by Norman Baker - June 13

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Audio 265a consists of the following recording:
Title: Paul Hellyer – “Luncheon Meeting”
Paul Hellyer [Member of Parliament for the riding of Trinity in Toronto Ontario, from 1958-1974] discusses the current state of policy development and his concern about the direction of government. He discusses inflation, increasing taxation, unionization, and the need to replace the current government. At [17:50] he takes questions from the audience. At [28:27] this section ends and there is a low hum for the remainder of the recording.
Audio 265b consists of the following recording:
Title: Paul Hellyer – “Luncheon Meeting”
This is a continuation of Aud. 265a. Paul Hellyer continues to take questions from the audience. They discuss unionization, inflation, and policy development. He thanks those present for their attendance and encourages them to vote.
Notes provided by BF, student assistant, 2010/2011

BobThompson Election Campaign - September

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Audio 267a consists of the following recording:
Title: Music
Only 25 seconds of this recording were captured prior to tape breaking. A female singer is performing, accompanied by a guitar. Song lyrics: “There’s A New Day Dawning.”
Notes provided by BF, student assistant, 2010/2011

Music: The Son Seekers, Exclusive Design, and The Happy Side

Audio 211a and 211b consist of sound tracks transferred from the following three original record albums held in the TWU Archives:
The Son Seekers - Early Will I Seek Thee (1970)
The Happy Side – Smile God Loves You (1971)
Exclusive Design - We are His Workmanship / Ten Years in the Making (1972)
Aud 211a begins with the Son Seekers album. At approximately the two-thirds mark, the Exclusive Design album begins. This recording ends with the first song on the second side of this album (see below for a song list). Aud 211b begins with side two, song two of Exclusive Design; the song is already underway when the recording begins. At approximately the one-third point, the Happy Side album begins.
These recordings feature several Trinity music ensembles as well as some instrumental music (primarily flute and guitar). Some songs feature a male or female soloist.
Members of the Son Seekers: Rosie Wood, Carolyn Zercher, Michal Prettol, Doug Wiens, Keith Mclellan, John Cowan
Members of the Happy Side: Mary Lawrence, Patty Jacobsen, Dave Ball, Tim Erickson, Curt Vanderpoel, David Hoesch - Director: Marge Friesen
Exclusive Design features the College Choir as well as the following ensembles: Front Seven, The Perfect Number, Friends (Alumni H6), The Forever Family - Choir Director: Don Jenkins; Ensembles Director and Producer: Marge Friesen
Song Lists:
Songs on Early Will I Seek Thee:
Side 1: What Do You Seek, O Say But I'm Glad/Jesus Loves Even Me, Yes He Did, Jesus Loves Me/What a Friend, Endless Love, Wonderful and Marvelous
Side 2: Win or Lose, He Died on the Cross, Wonderful Day, God is so Wonderful, His Sheep Am I, No One Ever Cared for Me Like Jesus, The Man
Songs on Smile God Loves You:
Side 1: The Happy Side of Life, This World Outside, In a Silent World, Sons of God, Saviour Like a Shepherd, I Know That This is True
Side 2: Everybody Sing, I Need Thee Every Hour, Tell the Good News, Only Jesus, What Will Your Answer Be?
Songs on We Are His Workmanship:
Side 1: Symphony in my Heart, Ceaseless Praise, Relevant, Love Was When, I Got a Shoe, There is No End
Side 2: Come the Day, New 23rd, A Choral Prayer, In a Little While, What Ya Gonna Do, Living Circle

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