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August 13, 1972

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 23

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Sign In Without speaking a word, pleasantries are easily exchanged through sign language by William Kitchen (standing) and William Corns at the registration desk Saturday in the Daniel Boone Hotel. Kitchen traveled from his home in Miamisburg, Ohio, to attend the 19th annual convention of the West Virginia Association of the Deaf. Corns is president of the Charleston chapter. (Staff Photo by Lewis Raines) Nonaligned Nations Demand U. S. Withdrawal in Vietnam GEORGETOWN, Guyana-Wi --The nonaligned nations confer ence demanded Saturday tha 1 the United States get out o: Vietnam arid Cambodia. In a harshly worded resolution approved at their final session the nonaligned countries con demned the United States for "policy of aggression and serious escalation of the war in Indochina." The conference, held at foreign minister level, stated il "reaffirms its whole-hearted support for the just and heroic struggle of the peoples of Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos for their national independence and freedom." The strong anti-U.S. tone was not surprising since the Viet Cong and the exiled Cambodian regime of Prince Norodom Si- hanouk, who now lives in China, were admitted as conference members on Thursday. Delegates from Indonesia, Malaysia and Laos walked out of a stormy closed-door session Infantry Unit Has Reunion In Nitro After being separated for 27 years, veterans of Company B, 142nd Infantry, 36th Division, reunited in Nitro. Twelve veterans, from West Virginia, Pennsylvania, Maine, New York, Ohio, Michigan, Illinois and Florida attended the reunion Aug. 4-6 at the Nitro home of Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Mann. Mann, now owner of the Andrews Floor Covering Co., was company commander. Seven of the World War II veterans brought their wives with them. The man whose idea it was to have the reunion, Dempsey Albritton, of Bowling Green, Fla., flew here for one as he had to return home to attend a funeral. Mann said Saturday there were approximately 100 veterans contacted about the reunion. The next meeting will be held in August, 1973, in Brecksville, Ohio. The company served in Italy, France and Germany from 1943 to 1945. They invaded Italy at Salerno in 1943, were one of the first companies to enter Rome when it fell in 1944, and participated in an invasion of Southern France later that year. Malaysiau TV Bans Big 'Smackaroos' KULA LUMPUR. Malaysia-- idv-The government-owned' television station will show o n l y ! "harmless kissing" on the neck,! forehead and hands. It is cutting j out other kisses "because theyj tend to destroy morals," an In-j formation Ministry spokesman'' told Parliament. I at a local hotel where five days of meetings were held. IN ADDITION to" a pullout of U.S. forces in Vietnam, the resolution demanded an end to "Vietnamization," as well as to the mining of ports and the alleged bombing of dikes and waterworks in North Vietnam. The nations, which are expected to hold a summit meeting next year in Algeria, also called upon Israel to "immediately and unconditionally withdraw all her troops from all occupied Arab territories to pre-June, 5, 1967, boundaries." The resolution on Israeli withdrawal urged the 66 nonaligned membtr rruntries to give the Arabs "every assistance" to help achieve this. A separate resolution also condemned the capture of Syri-, an and Lebanese military personnel last June in Israeli re- prisal raids and "repeated acts of aggression against south Lebanon." In resolutions, the conference also: ^·Requested all nonaligned member countries to "make an urgent and firm commitment to contribute concrete assistance --including financial, military and material--to the liberation movement struggling against colonialism and apartheid in Africa. Spain to allow a referendum in the Spanish Sahara "in which the people of this territory will be able to exercise their right to self-determination and independence . . ." the United Nations to take up the matter of Puerto Rican independence. The conference said Puerto Rico, a U.S. commonwealth, was under "colonial rule." take a SONY4T to lunc TRINITRON® PORTABLE COLOR TV Add new zest to your luncheon table with a Sony Trinitron KV-9000U color TV. Trinitron's one gun/one lens system means sharper, brighter, more vivid color than you've ever thought, possible. Easy-to-carry handle makes the KV-9000U truly portable. 9 inch picture measured diagonally. Trouble free solid state. Earphone. Charcoal gray cabinet accented with chrome. Enjoy Trinitron with lunch or anytime. SON'S?® 1 000 Quarrier Street PH. 346-9657 Open Monday 'TIL 9 P.M. WEST VIRGINIA I 1LEGE OF GRADUATE STUDIES I Schedule of Classes for First Semester 1972-73 I ADMISSION New students should apfl| (or admission immediately. Telephone 766-3644 or vjte West Virginia College of Graduate Studies kstitute. West Virginia 25112. TUITION WEST VIRGINIA RESIDENTS: $14 PER CREDIT HOUR. OUT-OF-STATE RESIDENTS: $38. PER CREDIT HOUR. REGISTRATION MONDAY, AUG. 21 1-8 P.M. TUESDAY, AUG. 22 4-8 P.M. West Vktinii State C«ll«(« Student Uniin, Institute Civil. Electrical, and Industrial Engineering and Mathematics Students register Monday, August 21. Other engineering students register Tuesday. August 22. EXCEPTtfHERE INDICATED OTHERWISE, CLASSES ARE LOCATED AT WEST VIRGINIA STATE COLLEGE MONDAY Department Chem. Engr. Ed. Adm. Ind. Engr. Ind. Engr. Moth Math Ae *9- Econ. Finance Acctg. Fin. «No. Section Title Credit §i Pol.Sci.. ;$·$ Ed. Found. :·$·:· (Ed. Found.) W. Ed. Adm. ^Ed.Psy. 1$: (Ed. Found.) ·:·:·:·: Coun. Guid. ·:·:·£ (Coun. Rehab ;$£: Coun. Guid. Coun. Guid. Curr. Instr. : (Curr. Instr.) : Spec. Ed. (Curr. Instr.) Soc. Wk. Soc. Wk. Phys. Ed. French Spec. Ed. Chem. Engr. Ed. Psy. £: Chem. Engr. ·^·:|: Civil Engr. yjg Elect. Engr. S Ind. Engr. 3$ Econ. (Soc.) iiSJMktg.-Mgt. ^ Ed. Adm. 8$(Ed. Adm.) Curr. Instr. pec. Ed. S^(Curr.' Instr.) |$ Soc.Wk. 385 35) (67N 255 (533S) 321 322 30i 22i 265 40* 311 47: 280 361 370 250 302 301 341 204 (633) 340 (602) 211 260 (553S), 88 Rdng. 8x History I I :J8; Chem. Engr. ^Ed.Psy. 88 (Ed. Found.) 88 Chem. Engr. Math $8: Ind. Rel. 8$Mgt. ^ Ed. Adm. ·:·:·:·: Curr. Instr. $8 (Curr. Instr.) ·8;-: Spec. Ed. $|:Soc.Wk. «£ Lib. Sci. ^English 88 Speech 8.8Chem. Engr. 8;*_Chem.Engr. 88 Ed. Found. m (Ed. Found.) ·:·:% Ind. Engr. ::·:·:·: Ind. Engr, ·:·:·:·: Min. Engr. 88 Math ip Pol. Sci. ·:: Ed. Adm. M Ed. Psy. M Ed. Psy. ^ Ed. Psy. 8$ (Ed. Found.) :§:·: Coun. Guid. 8.8. (Coun. Rehab.) ?:?: Coun. Guid. :·:·:·:· Curr. Instr. 88 (Curr. Instr.) 8,8. Curr. Instr. 8J: (Curr. Instr.) $8: Spec. Ed. $$ (Curr. Instr.) $H Soc.Wk. ^ Civil Eng. - £·:·£ Econ. S8i Econ. $| Law M Pol. Sci. **: Ed. Adm. fig (Ed. Adm.) ·:·:·:·: Ed. Found. £2 (Ed. Found.) ·8.S Ed. Psy. || (Ed. Found.) ·:·:·:·: Coun. Guid. 88 Soc. Wk. ilJMgt. 88 Curr. Instr. %g (Curr. Inst.) 88 Coun. Guid. 8.8. (Coun. Rehab.) * Ed. Psy. 331 235 340 363 371 320 (621); 400 317 441 430 323 320 304 (610) 306 340 207 324 350 275 280 400 320 (560) j 213 452 302271 442 300 260 311 330 (535) 302 (605) 382 340 (671) 395 (678) 250 (520S) 341 356 301 302 371 429 331 (606) 320 (560) 320 (621) 320 497 302 301 (609) 305 (646) 450 8 Coun. Guid 382 8 Testing Interpretation :ji Equivalent cross-liste Thermodynamics 3 Public School Organization and Administration 3 Digital Computation for Engineers (Problem Laboratory . 3 Wed. 7-10pm, PEM 800) Simulation by Digital Methods 3 Foundations of Algebra ; 2 Special Topics (Foundations of Algebra) 1 Managerial Control 3 Collective Bargaining 3 Instructor Time 99 Spriggs Toth Thornton Zanakis Blackwood Blackwood Staff Rajan Sanders Lynch Moriarty Same Wilcox 99 Financial Administration Pre-Requisite, Non-Credit ................................ Introduction to Personality ................................ 3 ( Psychology of Personality) ............................... 3 Public Program Planning ................................. 3 Philosophy of Education ................................. 3 Casdorph ( Philosophy of Education) ................................ (3) Same The Principalship ............................ ' ........... 3 J. E. Kirby Introduction to Research ................................. 3 Khatena (Educational Research Writing) ......................... (3) Same Counseling Theories Techniques .......................... 3 Staff ( Counseling Theories) .................................. (3) Same Application of Counseling Techniques ....................... 3 J. H. Kirby 3:30-6:30 pm 4:00-7:00 pm 7:00-9:00 pm 7:00-10:00 pm 7:00-1 0:00 pm 7:00-1 0:00 pm 7:00-10:00pm 7:00-10:00pm 7:00-10:00pm 7:00-1 0:00pm 7:00-10:00 P m Same 7:00-10:00pm 7:00-10:00pm Same 7:00-10:00pm 7:00-10:00pm Same 7:00-10:00-pm Same Location :·:·:;:· Sci. 107G88 PEM124:;::8 Sci. 10988 Sci. 107G88 ESI 8t ESI 88 Voc. 306 88 Voc. 304 :£x Voc. 308 M ES 3 $ Rehab. Or. :8|S Same :·:·:·:· Lib. 102:8;:: PEM 425 :8£ Same $·:·:· ES 4 8% PEM 117$::-:: Same : : ; : : : ; : Adm. 205 Sij: Same ·:·:·:·: 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 98 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 J. H. Kirby Fulks Same Horn Same Myers Rubenstein Railey Staff Blumberg 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 98 99 I -I 99 I 99 99 99 99 98 99 98 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 98 99 99 99 97 97 99 99 99 99 99 99 s ame Rubenstein Barber Hall staff MoyerS| Hi || 95 Practicum 3 Social Studies in the Elementary School 3 (Teaching Social Studies in Elementary Schools) (3) Introduction to Mental Retardation 3 (The Mentally Retarded Child) (3) Human Behavior and the Social Environment I 4 Human Behavior and the Social Environment II 2 Philosophical Concepts in Physical Education 3 French Realism 3 Curriculum and Methods for the Trainable Mentally Retarded 3 TUESDAY Advanced Heat Transfer 3 Crockett Statistical Methods 3 Ranson Projective Personality Assessment Techniques (Class Meets 3 Tues. and Thurs.--7-9 om) Rogers Chemical Engineering Problems (Introduction to Air and 3 Water Pollution for Secondary teachers) Hellman, Price Statistically Indeterminate Structures 3 Thornton Switching Circuit Theory I 3 Gillespie Introduction to Operations Research 3 Swart Research Reports 1 Sanders Administrative Practices 3 Cassell Administrative Organization and Management 3 Shahan Complex Organizations 3 Simpkins (Formal Organizations) (3) Same Pre-Requisite, Non-Credit . Skaff Economics of Public Education 3 Meckley (Gen. Sch. Adm.: Financial Aspects) (3) Same Early Childhood Education II 3 Staff Curriculum Methods for the Educable Mentally Retarded 3 Cook (Curriculum and Development for Teachers of the Mentally Retarded) . (3) Social Welfare Policy and Services I .'".',' 3 Organization Administration of the Library in Elementary School 3 Corrective Techniques in Reading Instruction 3 American Labor Movement : 3 WEDNESDAY Process Equipment II 3 Introduction to Research 3 R anson (Educational Research Writing) (3) Sam* Seminar (Air Pollution Design I) 3 Spriggs Advanced Calculus 3 pj e |d s Group Theory 3 Cusick Seminar: Practices in Industrial Relations 3 R a j arl Administrative Policy 3 i a ^ a Staff-Personnel Administration 3 Seyforth Secondary School Curriculum 3 Staff (Curriculum in the Modern Secondary School) (3) Same Reading for the Mentally Retarded '... 3 Horn Introduction to Social Work Practice 3 Staff Organization Administration of the Library in Secondary School . 3 Gill Psychological Foundations of Reading Instruction 3 Hall Shakespeare 3 Kj| ey Speech Problems of Children 3 Staff THURSDAY Chemical Engineering Problems (Mathematics Review) 3 Barnard Seminar (Numerical Methods for Chemical Engineers) 3 Crockett Philosophy of Education 3 Franz (Philosophy of Education) n\ c Engineering Statistics 3 Hendrix Queueing Theory 3 Swart Advanced Mine Design 3 Holland Projective Geometry 3 p an kin American Administrative Systems and Processes 3 Shahan Public School Organization Administration 3 Gordon Audio-Visual Resources for Instruction ., 3 Byrd Statistical Methods 3 Lichenstein Advanced Educational Measurement 3 Deel (Test and Measurements) (3) Same Human Relationships 3 J.H. Kirby (Group Guidance) (3) Same Special Topics: Social Disadvantaged 3 Staff Science in the Elementary School 3 Nunley (Teaching Science in Elementary Schools) (3) Same Practicum: Supervision of Student Teaching 3 Koontz (The Supervising Teacher) (3) Same Survey of Exceptional Children Adults 3 Blumberg (Introduction to Exceptional Children) (3) Same Practice Affecting Individuals, Families Small Groups 3 Myers Principles of Biological Waste Treatment Managerial Economics Research Reports Labor Law FRIDAY Seminar in State Local Government 3 Gerrard Principles of Supervision 3 Staff (Supervision of Instruction: Basic Course (3) Same Philosophy of Education 3 j erv js (Philosophy of Education) (3) Same Introduction to Research 3 Leary (Educational Research and Writing) (3) Same Vocational Development Occupational Choices 3 Gabehart Social Research Methods II 3 Minton Quantitative Business Analysis 3 Zanakis Elementary School Curriculum 3 Staff (Curriculum in the Modern Elementary School) (3) Same Theory Practice of Human Appraisal 3 Staff (Individual Inventory Techniques) (3 Same Psychological Foundations of Learning 3 Securro SATURDAY Special Topics: Individual Intelligence 3 Rogers 7.-00-10:00pm Hill Hall, '88 7:00-10:00pm Hill Hall, 88 7:00-10:00 pm ' PEM 220 Sg Same Same :8 : : : 7:00-10:00 pm PEM 222 x8; Same Same :$·$ 7=00-10:00 pm Atk. 10288 7:00-10:00 pm Atk. 104.88 7:00-10:00 pm Adm.303 S£ 7:00-10:00 pm PEM 112 88 7:00-10:00 pm PEM 221 :8J| 3:30-6:30 pm 4:00-7:00 pm 7:00-9:00p m 7:00-10:00 pm 7:00-10:00 pm 7:00-10:00 pm 7:00-10:00 pm 7:00-10:00 pm 7:00-10:00 pm 7:00-10:00 pm 7:00-10:00 pm Same 7:00-10:00 pm 7:00-10:00 pm Same 7:00-10:00 pm 7:00-10:00 pm Same 7:00-10:00 pm 7:00-10:00 pm 7:00-10:00 pm 7:00-10:00 pm 3:30-6:30 pm 4:00-7:00 p m Same 7:00-10:00 pm 7:00-10:00 pm 7:00-10:00 pm 7:00-10:00 pm 7:00-10:00 pm 7:00-10:00 pm 7:00-10:00 pm Same 7:00-10:00 pm 7:00-10:00 pm 7:00-10:00 pm 7:00-10:00 pm 7:00-10:00 pm 7:00-10:00 pm 3:30-6:30 pm 3:30-6:30 pm 4:00-7:00 pm Same 7:00-10:00 pm 7:00-10:00 pm 7:00-1 0:00 pm 7:00-10:00 pm 7:00-10:00 pm 7:00-10:00 pm 7:00-10:00 pm 7:00-1 0:00 pm 7:00-1 0:00 pm Same 7:00-10:00 pm Same 7:00-1 0:00 pm 7:00-1 0:00 pm Same 7:00-10:00 pm Same 7:00-10:00 pm Same 7:00-1 0:00 pm 3 Conway, Hovious 7:00-10:00 pm 7:00-1 0:00 pm 7:00-1 0:00 pm 7:00-10:00 pm 3 Staff 2 Sanders 3 Holyrod 7:00-10:00 pm 7:00-1 0:00 pm Same 7:00-1 0:00 pm Same 7:00-10:00 pm Same 7:00-10:00 pm 7:00-10:00 pm 7:00-1 0:00 pm 7:00-1 0:00 pm Some 7:00-1 0:00 pm Same 7:00-1 0:00 pm PEM 531 : PEM 425,, PEM112 i Atk. 102 ; Atk. 104 : ESI i Sci. 107G : ES3 ': Adm.203 : Lib. 102 : Adm.208 : Same : ES2 : Adm. 311 : Same : Voc. 304 : Atk. 101 : Same Voc. 308 PEM 129 Voc. 306 Adm. 313 Sci107G PEM 425 Same ES 1 I? 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