The Idaho Free Press. Wednesday. February 19. 1975- A-9 Evening classes: Radio, budget, guns included CALDWEl.L - Change is taking pliice in (he evening program listings al theCollege of Idaho this year with spring scrocsler continuing non-credit. "for interest only" kinds of ciassi's. Non-credit students pay a smaller fee and receive no college credits but may participate in ail facets of class activities and discussion, said Dr. U. Ward Tucker cvcnine program director ' fc but try Mghl classes at the C of I have been offered for years sometimes it was fell area residents were reluctant to ,,, and "compete' in college level classes or louml the cost loo nigh to lake a course just for cnjovmem or -enrichment " Tucker commenied. Some courses added for spring scmesler arc completely . non-credit for all enrolled in them, and were designed particularly ttf servo the interests and needs ol community residents, he added For some courses, the college lias recruited instructors . outside oftho regular faculty, whohavc special expertise in a particular field. Early inquiry about the classes is en.. couragcd since enrollment is limited in some courses because of needed equipment or other factors making a small class more desirable. Classes begin next Monday. Feb. 2-1. and conliiiuc for N weeks. Courses for teachers, long the main emphasis of the .. evening sessions, also are continued. Tucker said. Â· Evening program courses, of interest to the general public are: i; Mondays: "Adventure in Attitudes" -designed lu improve communications skills, and develop self-confidence, problem : solving skills and self motivation; enrollment limited; 10 Â· . weeks; taught by Roger Palmer of New Plymouth, who conducts a growth dynamic seminar series in Boise. ;' "Ham Radio Instruction for Novice License"--open tounv : Â· Â· age above sixth grade; limited to 20; taught by Hober't i Mangum of Nampa. a Caldwell Jefferson Junior High School teacher who has been operating radios since he was 10. "Personal Budgeting and lnflalion"-a review of ways to economize and, possibly, make money through evaluation of Â·.- types of credit and investments; six weeks; taught by Prof . Boyd Henry, C of I. Â·Â·Children's Literature and Story-Telling "-recommended for Sunday school teachers and young mothers; also : availablefor credit; taught by Mrs. Lorraine Foster of Roise. , Tuesdays: "Basic Public Speaking"-for those who find their work or volunteer activities require a brush-up in how to speak el; fectivcly in small or large groups; also available for credit-' enrollment limited; taught by Dr. Jan Widmayer. :Â· "Basic Accounting"-laught by Dane Clark. C'of I; also for credit: no previous accounting experience or courses required. "Judo"--basic self defense; open to men and women; also . for credit; limited enrollment: taught bv Mas Yamashita of Â· Caldwell. "Shooting"--a marksmanship and gun use course. enrollment limited; taught by Lloyd Hardest v. Caldwell Wednesdays: "Drawing and Composition "-Robert Atith. Boise artist, will be the instructor: also for credit. "Shooting"--isee above). "Corporation Finance"--for businessmen, how to get and '' use capita! for business needs; also for credit in economics or *- business administration. "Conversational Japancsi"-basic language usage for travelers or those working with Japanese speaking associates; taught by Dr. Yukl Hijiya ol Boise, one of the speakers in the recent Japanese-American Heritage Series programs at the C of 1. "Conversational Spanish"--for basic, every day communications with those who speak Spanish; taught by Dr. David Gifford. C of I. "Macrame and Pottery"--participants may study both or concentrate on either exclusively; production of actual articles will be stressed, as well as learning several techniques for future use: Bob Stimperl of Caldwell. instructor. Thursdays: "Sales and Promotion" -- businessmen can learn new methods to increase and improve business; also for credit; Tim Hogue, C of I. "Oriental Literature and Translation" -- designed for ihose who read widely; a study of Oriental culture as well; Dr. Jan Widmayer, C of I. "Botany for Beginning Gardeners" -- a "why" and "how to" course: for six weeks beginning March 6; Dr. Pal Packard, C of I. All classes meet from 7 to 10 p.m. on the night indicated. Because of enrollment limitations, Tucker recommends those interested make reservations with the evening session office in person or by telephone, 459-52U. Registration is now open through the business office at the C of I, or students may register the first night of the class. Tax aid available BOISE - Copies of the "Tax Guide for Small Business" are available free from the Small Business Administration, Vic Goertzen. assistant district director for management assistance, has announced. This 192-page guide, published by the Internal Revenue Ser- Sfofe group elects Cope CALDWELL - Dr. Orville G. Cnpe, chairman of Ihe political scierÂ«e department at the Cuttle of Idaho, earlier this mouth was elected vice president and treasurer of Ihe Idaho Political Science AssociJ'inn for Ihe S075-76 acadÂ«. Â·. year. The election look place al the association's annual conference , held at Boise State University. The Idaho Political Science Association, chartered in IS74, provides a forum for the exchange and discussion of research related to local, state, national and international public Issues among political scientists, teachers and public officials. Cope now Is serving as secretary of the IPSA and as a member of the board of editors of Ihe Idaho Journal of Politics, During the conference Cope presided over a panel dealing with "The Policy Relevance of Political Science Research." Coal House, the only residence built completely of coal in the United Stales, is in White Sulphur Springs, W, Va. vice, covers virtually every (ax matter of concern to small businessmen. Gocrtzen said. 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