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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 'HE ISTHBRIDGE HERAID _ Wednesday, June 14, 1975 EATON'S Black and Decker 714" Circular Saw Plastic Tool Caddy EACH 24 .85 EACH 2 .93 Bfack and Decker 1 h.p. saw is safety approved for or blades with extra-wide guard. Quick and easy bevel and depth adjustments with cutting -depth 2H" at 90 degrees, IV at 45 degrees. Model 7301 has 90 amp., 4300 rpm molar. Hardware, Lower Floor Here's a gift Dad will appreciate if he Is a handy man. This dandy caddy, has compartments for tools and small parts. Made of high impact polystrene. Look a) the value. Hardware, Lowtr Floor Black and Decker Metal or Wood Drill Tecomaster Tool Box EACH 12 S79 EACH general purpose drill drills in W in hard- wood. Double reduction gears mean tots of power for big lobs. Good, itrong motor, too, with no-load speed TOOO rpm. Model 5726 2.1 amps. Hardware, Lower Floor Heavy duty welded construction. About Two- draw pull ratchet and built-in hasp. With tote tray and full length hinge with 90 degree ifap. Hardware, Lower Floor Tool Caddy Kit and Drill SET li-peo. kil Includes drill, chuck, backing poet, wheel arbour, lambswool bonnet, sanding discs, twist drills and drill caddy. Caddy separately 7.95. Hardware, lower Floor Practical Gifts for Practical Dads Seo Colon's for oil kinds of Father's Doy gifls. If your Dad is a handyman, he'll like these gift ideas. EATON'S Shop Eaton's Thursday and Friday from 9 'til 9. Use your BudBet Chargs Youth without a name KEY WEST, Fla. (AP) A hundred mothers wllli missing sons want to claim a teen- ager who swam ashore here a week ago without a memory Worker falls 100 feet to death KEG RIVER (CP) Ray Tomcliak, 31, of Edmonton tell 100 feet to hjs death Tucs-> day when a safety rope broke vchile he Was painting a (ores- try tower in this community 200 mi las north of Grande Prairie. An inquest will be held. or a name, police say. The blue-eyed youth, appears to bo about 17, sat in the police station here and said "I sure would like to know who I as tears streamed down his cheeks. The youth seemed to know the New York and Rhode Is- land area, and has a long scar on his left thumb, but there are few other clues to iiis identity, Dcl.-Sgt. Earl Mc- Cain said Monday. "He plays the piano and Ihe organ vciy well. His hair is kind of long, down the back of his neck, but not to his shoul- the detective said of the 5-fopt-ll, 100-pound youth. McCain says his office has received calls from more than 100 women, from Seattle, At- lanta, Ohio, Massachusetts, New York, all claiming that from Ihe description the youth is their son. The boy a name has been examined by two local doctors who said lie is suffer- ing from amnesia, McCain re- ported. The earliest memory he has is seeing a flasliing green light, which McCain says was a shipping-lane buoy two miles offshore in the Gulf of Mexico. BURIED SPIRIT COLOMBO, Ceylon (AP) Booze has been buried with the bodies in Colombo's general cemetery. Police said illicit dis- tillers have been using the graveyard to hide barrels of ka- sippu, a potent and illegal spirit. Water experts plan seminar OTTAWA (CP) Water man- agement exports from British Columbia, Saskatchewan and Alberta will join their 'counter- parts in the federal and terri- torial governments to discuss the need for a total water man- agement study of the Mackenzie River basin. The seminar will be held in Inuvik, K.W.T. June 24-27, the northern development depart- ment announced here. It was triggered by the concern shown by the Northwest Territories Council about possible diver- sions the Mackenzie River. Both the N.W.T. and Yukon governments and the federal de- partments of the environment, transport and northern develop- ment will take part in Ihe semi- nar. THE UNIVERSITY OF LETHBREDGE 1972 FALL SEMESTER ON CAMPUS LATE AFTERNOON AND EVENING CREDIT PROGRAM ARTS and SCIENCE COURSES Art 2700 and 3700 Art 2450 Art 2000 Art 3200 Economics 4050 English 1000 Ertgllih 2000 Geology 2060 Geography 3520 History 100O History 2010 Physical Education 2820 Physical Education 3640 Physical Activities 1280 Political 1000 Psychology 2500 2100 Sociology 1000 'Sociology 2020 Printmaking I and II Photography I Two Dimensional Design Neoclassicism through Post Impressionism 19th Century Industrial Economics Introduction to Literature Canadian Literature Physical Geology Urban Geography The European Heritage History of Greece Contemporary Health Issues Culture Physical Activity Creative Dance Introduction to Political Studies Personality Developmental Psychology Basic Concepts in Sociology Social Problems counts wilt accepted for credit toward by the University of Calgary Bachelor of Social Work EDUCATION COURSES jducation 41SO The Reading Processr Theory and Diagnosis Education 3010 Behavioral Sciences in Education Education 3190 Curriculum Studies Education 3360 Analysis of Teaching Education 40OO Innovations in Education Education 4260 Seminar for Supervisory Personnel Education 4070 Politics of Education OFF CAMPUS COURSE OFFERINGS IN 1972-1973 CENTER BLAlRMOftE BOW ISLAND BROOKS CARDSTON CLARESHCXM FOREMOST FORT MACLEOD MAGRATH MILK RiVH PINCHER CREEK RAYMOND ST. MARY'S TAKER VULCAN WARNER FALL T972 EDUCATION 3170 Technologies of Mass Insl EDUCATION 4OOO Innovations m Education PHILOSOPHY 4000 (tduc. 4050) Philosophy of Education EDUCATION 3010 Behavioral Sciences In Education EDUCATION 4300 English Methods SOCIOLOGY 2230 Social Psychology ENOUSH 3 tOO Studies in Major EDUCATION 4800 Social Studies Method} ART 2000 Two Dimensional Design ENGLISH 2600 World Masterpieces EDUCATION 3050 Philosophy of Education EDUCATION 3290 Curriculum Evaluation HISTORY 2510 Britain from Early TimDs to 14S5 EDUCATION 4360 Seminar for Practicing Teachers SPRING 1973 GEOORAPHY 1000 Environment end Man EDUCATION 3290 Curriculum Evaluation EDUCATION 3360 Analysis of Teaching DRAMA 2500 Children's Theatre EDUCATION 3270 Introduction to School Librarionship PSYCHOLOGY 2300 Learning (Educ. 3020) HISTORY 3630 America Through the Revolution 1607-1783 EDUCATION 4030 Educational Sociology POLITICAL SCIENCE 1000 Introduction to Political Studies EDUCATION 4360 Seminar for Practicing Teacheri SOCIOLOGY 3080 Ethnic and Racial Minonliei EDUCATION 4210 International Education ENGLISH 2750 Children's Literature GEOGRAPHY 1040 Cultural Geography PSYCHOLOGY 2100 (Educ. 3020) Developmental Psychology EDUCATION 4400 Mathematics Methods SOCIOLOGY 3050 Social Stratification SOCIOLOGY 3010 Urban Sociology Time and of the above course offerings wil fall semester it completed. be publicized when scheduling for Ihe INFORMATION EVENING B.A, PROGRAM OFF-CAMPUS PROGRAM ADMISSION: Admission moy be gained under either the regufar admission program or the special mature itudent procedure which is open to everyone over 21 years of age who does not meet the regular entrance COURSE SELECTIONS: Students will have freedom to shoo around ot Ihe beginning of each lemeiter. This will be particularly ap- pealing to people having limited as- sociation with the University by pro- viding an opportunity to sample select "the most desirable courses of personal interest. IDENTICAL DEGREE: The programs are the same as those offered during the day by the lame faculty people and this will ensure consistency of the academic standard. BUS SERVICE: Regular buj service will ensure Ihe accessibility of tha wtil campus for evening classes. PARKING: is available. Flease contad the Busi- ness Office {329-2469) for parking permits. FOOD SERVICES: Complete hot meal and snack bor lervices will be available, STUDENT SERVICES: All regular student services ba available to persons interested in tak- ing a degree during the evening financial assistance and awards, coun- selling, food services, faculty advisors, he a El h services, bookstore, library, placement, student society, elc. AUDIT: Persons who wish to take courses for interest i.e. audit, not credit can register as Auditors, The fee for I his ii per course. No tran- ic rip Is need be submit red under this category. DOCUMENTS: Students who have never been ad- mi] led la the University must ensure that admission forms and other docu- ments arc submHted to Ihe Office as soon as possible. By special arrangement, sludenlt In Arts and Sciences may lake courses for credit through independent sludies; deifg noted numbers are 2990, 3990, 4990 in a particular discipline. Detail- ed information on (he availability of such courses may be obtained from the deportment in which the student wishes to carry oul his srudy. The foregoing program must be re- garded as tentative; the University reserves the right to cancel, or sub- ilitute for any of Ihe above courses if it considers circumstances so require. .lni.. obtained from l detailed description of the various courses offered and Ihe B.A. program ask lor 1977-73. Information on registration procedures can be i Offiw, 379-2231, University erf LUhbridge, Lelhbridge, Alberta. ;