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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, April 13, 1972 THE LfTHBRIDGE HERAID 23 Montana oil find best in decade PLENTYWOOD, Monl. (AP) Raymond, publisher of The Montana Oil Journal, says what may be one of the most significant oil develop merits in Montana in a decade lias been discovered northwest of Plenty- wood. A wildcat well In that area achieved an "unequalled feat" when it hit oil in seven distinct horizons, Raymond said. He said the well driller brought back production from two of the horizons. Fraud squad raids tax money firms CALGARY (CP) The, HCMP commercial fraud squad yesterday searched the premises of 'three Calgary firms offering cash for TM slips. Police attempt to curb crime ROME CAP) Five thousand policemen with dogs launched a huge dragnet in Rome, Milan and Palermo Wednesday in a drive to curb rising crime. They arrested 120 persons ami stopped people and cars. It was the second large opera- tion by police in Rome and Pal- ermo, Sicily's iu a month. In Rome, the operatior covered a 60-mile radius around the capital. In the three cities, police searched houses and cafes anc seized stolen goods worlh hundreds of thousands of do! lars. An RCMP spokesman salt housands of documents were seized in morning and after noon raids at Mike's Income Tax Service, Spot Cash Income Tax Service and Q and R In come Tax Service Ltd. RCMP said they began inves tifialing the companies undo the Small Loans Act followinj complaints about the costs o the services. No charges hav been laid. The firms offer cash in ex change for the right to incom lax refunds, making their mon cy by paying less than the fu- ture value of the returns. FEW EARN MONEY COLOMBO (Renter) More than nine million of Ceylon's 12.7 million people earn no In- come, a social-economic report has shown. But every citizen benefits from free education- there is a high literacy rate of 82.1 per health serv- ices and a weekly ration of two pounds of rice. THE UNIVERSITY of LETHBRIDGE SUMMER SESSION 1972 SESSION I May 8 to June 9 TIMETABLE: ON CAMPUS EDUCATION 3160 Sec. A SEMINAR IN TEACHING Seminar daily (mornings free for lab work In schools) The Seminar in Teaching is a required course for oil stu- dents preparing for teaching. This course is a prerequisite for the Professional Semester. In addition to the theoretical aspects of the course, the laboratory phase requires that students work in a schcolfs) for a minimum of 30 hours during the session. The grading for this course will be on a basis. Please consult, on or before April 14, 1972, wilh DR. ERIC MOKOSCH The University of Lethbrjdge lelhbridge, Alberta EDUCATION 4160 Sec. A INTERNSHIP IN TEACHING The teaching internship involves full-time leaching in a school situation which provides optimal condilions for tha intern's professional development. Placements are avail- able in both city and counly school systems. Interns can expect to receive an allowance of per day for a maximum of 40 days. The demands of internship are such that it is inadvisable for students to consider enrolment In another course during Ihls period. NOTE; SIvdents are encouraged to register early in the event that a limil noi to bo placed on enrolments, Please consult, on or before April 14, 1972, with; DR. S, A. EARL Tha University of Lethbridge lelhbridge, Alberta EDUCATION 4110 Sec. A COMPARATIVE EDUCATION p.ml Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurtday Contemporary systems of education lr of Asia, Africa, and lolin America. EDUCATION 4800 Sec, A SOCIAL STUDIES p.m. Mondays and Wednesday! Fhis methods course will deal specifically with )he imple- mentation of (he "New Social Topics will include such ilems as iho clef in i1 ion of teachable objectives, unit planning, ond reaching strategies that focus upon the pro- cess of "Valuing" and Teachers will be oblo to work on the preparation of materials. PSYCHOLOGY 4510 Sec. A PSYCHOMETRICS p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday The construction, evaluation, and application of psychological tests. Topics will include assessments of intelligence, apti- ludes, inleresi and personality as well as ethics of testing. PHILOSOPHY 4000 See, A STUDIES IN PHILOSOPHY PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION p.m. Mondays and Wednesdays An analysis of I ho concepl of education and related con- cepts, ond the implication of ,lhos8 analysis for questions in educolion theory such 05. freedom, interest, experience, offo'ilion. Prerequisite; tducoticn 3050 or consent of iniffucior, SOCIOLOGY 2050 A SOCIOLOGY OF THE COMMUNITY p.m. Tuesdays and The communiJy as a system of groups, institutions, power ond leadership patterns, viewed in terms of the emergence of problems and their solution. OFF CAMPUS-ST. MARY'S SCHOOL, BIOOD RESERVE ANTHROPOLOGY 2010 Sec. A TRANSMISSION OF CULTURE p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays Informal processes of so eializ alien and initiation "schools" in traditional societies; Ihe validity of school systems of modern Western type in non-Western sociocullurat environ- ments. REGISTRATION AND ENROLMENT Prospective stud en Is must submit tho current Summer Ses- sion Applicalion for Admission and Registration Form by April 14, 1972, along wilh o minimum deposit toi Tha Office of Ihe Regittror The University of Ulhbridga Lelribridge, Alberta t, ASSISTANT LATE NIGHT SAILING SALE OPEN FRIDAY; APRIL 14th TILL 11 NAUTICAL DRESS COME JOIN THE FUN BON'T JYVAIT! 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SIDE BY SIDE DRYER FAMOUS BRAND -Colors White, Avocado, Harvest Gold monthly SPECIAL "MILLY the MERMAID'7 Will BE CUTTING THE PRICE ON MERCHANDISE THROUGHOUT THE STORE EVERY HOUR Starting at p.m. FRIDAY NIGHT DRYER -Famous brand -White enamel finish duly 6.00 PER MONTH 'CHARGE IT' SPECIAL MAKE US AN OFFER MAKE THE ASSISTANT MANA- GER AN OFFER ON ASSORTED PIECES OF DAMAGED AND SCRATCHED FURNITURE ITEMS WILL BE MARKED WITH SPECIAL TAGS Satisfaction fZeller's County Zeller-j Shopping Centre on Mayor Magralh Drive Open Doily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday, April 14 only, 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. Telephone 328-8.71 ;