The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on November 27, 1981 · Page 6
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Page 6 The Salina Journal — Friday, November 27,1981 Pollutants complicate global warming problems WASHINGTON (UPI) - A group of scientists from the Goddard Space Flight Center has found signs that global warming usually blamed on a buildup of atmospheric carbon dioxide may also be caused by other gases. In a recent report in Geophysical Research Letters, a group led by James Hansen concluded that the warming effect for a group of gases called chlorofluorocarbons during the past decade was 70 percent as large as that caused by carbon dioxide. Chlorofluorocarbons — gases that include the Freon used in refrigeration and as a propellent in spray cans — are capable of trapping heat to produce the same greenhouse effect as carbon dioxide. In the greenhouse effect, sunshine continues to warm Earth, but carbon dioxide in the atmosphere blocks some of the radiation of heat back into space. The atmosphere thus would warm up, raising the possibility of climatic changes and melting of polar ice caps and consequently a rise in ocean levels and coastal flooding. The Hansen team's measurements of trace gases show that most of the chlorofluorocarbons now in the atmosphere were put there in the 1970s. They also found that the combination of carbon dioxide and chlorofluorocarbons spewed out by human activities in the 1970s was enough to cause a greenhouse wanning for the decade similar to the natural temperature variations expected in the decade. For the 1980s, they said the effect of carbon dioxide and the chlorofluorocarbons should exceed normal variations and raise the average global temperature by .2 to .3 degrees C. "Indeed, unless the greenhouse wanning is counteracted by some abnormal cooling effect ... the global mean temperature should rise well above the level of the 1930s," the report warns. The 1930s was the warmest period of the century. Pomerance said U.S. action on the issue was vital because other industrial countries, which have already recognized the problem, will follow the leader. B&K PRESCRIPTION SHOP .. .people helping people CHAPEL FUNERAL HOME 337 South Sant* F« • Salina, KB. 87401 Serving all faiths with the knowledge and experience that lends comfort and peace of mind. Earl Blgge Ron Moos — Pre-arrangement information available — PHONE (913) 823-6411 Endangered species act nears 'endangered' list Friday, November 27,1981 - The Salina Journal Page 7 WASHINGTON (UPI) - In 1967 alligators were in auch scarcity they were put on the endangered species list. Now, in Louisiana, their numbers have increased to the point that limted hunting is allowed. For years, it was feared the whooping crane was on the brink of extinction, now they total 100 and the number seems to be increasing. On the other hand, only a few dusky seaside sparrows are left in their native Florida, and the California condor population is on the downgrade. Such is the state of some of the "endangered" and "threatened" species in the United States as the Endangered Species Act comes up for renewal next year. Efforts have been successful in the recovery of some of these animals, according to the Department of Interior's Fish and Wildlife Service, but others are still in danger of extinction. A species is only placed on the "endangered list" after research and deliberation by the government, individual states and private and public organizations. A species is listed as "endangered" if it or its habitat is threatened with extinction. If the species is not in immediate danger, but is expected to be in the near future, it is listed as "threatened". The Endangered Species Act of 1973 not only requires that the endangered species be protected, but also ensures that the species' habitat be "conserved, protected or restored." Commercial hunting, destruction of habitat and disease are the most responsible factors for the decline in certain animal populations. "Sport hunting," he says, "has not been responsible for any of these animals being endangered." One success story of the Fish and Wildlife Service reviving a species is the alligator - no longer listed as threatened in Lousiana. State and federal wildlife officials have been working for 17 years to keep the alligator from becoming extinct, and the alligator is now listed, in Lousiana, as "threatened by similarity of appearance," which means that it looks like other species that are still endangered. CHOOSE and CUT Your Own LIVE Christmas TREE! 1 700 Eitt Crawford St. (Across the bridge on Crawford) OFF BOXED CHRISTMAS CARDS Offer Expires December 9 Available At -V i> CARROLL'SHALLMARKSHOP 'The New ThoughtfolneM Store DowntW DOWNTOWN NEWS & BOOKS Downtown Salin* CARROLL'S BOOKSTORE Mid SUU Mail THE CHRISTMAS SHOP Mid State Mall Ditfon Gift Certificate These handsome gift certificates are specially printed on parchment with matching envelopes. They can be made out for any amount you wish. A practical gift that will be so appreciated. . .and used! Ask about them at our Cashier's counter. Hi What a great way to give fresh fruit this holiday! In a special clear plastic Ripening Bowl. The gift idea that is novel. . .useful and beautiful all in one, ... we pettiest, freshest : 0ift under the tree lil Our Pick of the Crop Fruit, orchard- fresh and packaged in colorful holiday wrap. We have two sizes of fresh Fruit Baskets, plus specially gift-boxed Grapefruit, Large Oranges or Red and Gold Delicious Apples. U.S. NO. 1 IDAHO Russet POTATOES Food Club Food Club ! i K VAPOR ATE EVAPORATED! MILK Holida^ Gift BAG ONLY 13 oz. CANS ONLY LIMIT 6 CANS WITH EACH $10 PURCHASE, PLEASE LOOK FOR THIS GIFT BROCHURE... WITH PRICE LIST ENCLOSED, IN OUR STORES. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES AT SALE PRICES BONUS SPECIAL PRICES EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 27 thru DECEMBER 1, 1981 FOOD STORES Scottowels RICE KRISPIES DECORATOR OR ARTS & FLOWERS DESIGN — 1 ROLL PKGS. ONLY KELLOGG'S 13 oz. BOX .-ONLY SUNSHINE SNACK C8ACKERS ... Royalcolor Pf^oto Finishing For a very personal and special gift idea. . .Say It With A Picture. A photo of loved ones, shared with loved ones. Our RoyalColor Photo Finishing can handle enlargements from any color negatives. Details and prices at the Photo Center in our stores. - YOUR CHOICE- HI-HO CRACKERS, 16 oz. " WHEAT WAFERS, 11 oz. CHEEZE-IT, 16 oz. SNACK 'N SESAME 8.5 oz. EACH ONLY Knott's Berry Farm Fancy Jellies and Preserves all done up in custom gift boxes from Smucker's and Knott's Berry Farms. Choose from many different assortments and ^."^33^ price ranges. It's a sweet idea g for someone on your list ^ this year! Jjft i^WCK S3WW1JS! BUTTIS CHICKEN^ LIGHT MEAT ICE CREAM FEATURE OF THE WEEK! 1318 12011 JACKSON'S All Flavors < HALF ' [GALLON .. a choice for someone All the flavor of the holiday in a rich Fruit Cake. Bursting with the taste of Pecans, Cherries, Pineapple and Raisins. Gift-boxed cuts of Boneless Club Steaks, Rib-Eye Steaks or T-Bones. A steak lover's delight! All U.S.D.A. Choice Beef, cut, trimmed, and wrapped to your specifications. We also ^ have available, Thick-cut Pork Chop A boxes and 25-lb. Assorted Beef ^ bundles. eese The traditional food gift, sure to please everyone. We have 5 gift assortments available this holiday. . . from Cheese "Kettles" and Wisconsin wedges, to Earthenware crocks of cheese spreads and gift assortments of salami and cheese combinations. MMIT 2 ANSWITH ACH $10 MASt . PLfASt ream (TRY OUR FEATURED FLAVOR "SANTA ALMOND TOFFEE.") .in water or oil CAN ONLY SALTED Planter's NUTS COCKTAIL . PEANUTS, SPANISH £ PEANUTS, OR DRY 9 ROASTED PEANUTS » YOUR ««• OR JAR CHOICE JACKSON'S 100% PURE Orange Juice Pomsettias... t(;e beauty of Christmas SELECT BEEF BONELESS GALLON 9 JUG ^ [NEW EVERYDAY LOW PRICE! St LtCT BEEF BONLLtSS CHUCK FROZEN PARTY Alive . . . and full of vibrant red and green colors. Brighten up a special someone's Holiday with a Poinsettia from Dillons. Chuck Steak Totino's Pizza Decorated ...baked with ^ 0iven will} love A great idea for holiday giving. . .or get-togethers. A wide assortment of sizes and varieties of specially decorated cakes, cupcakes and sheetcakes, baked fresh at only Dillons can. Give or serve a Christmas Cake from Dillons. FOOD STORES 1201 W. Crawford • 511 E. Iron • 2012 S. Ohio Be sure and order you Holiday Gifts early as we are limited to supplies in some items ^ TIM£X CLOCKS AND HELTON WATCHM ONLY WITH (ACH IM. PURCHAW I1).W WITHOUT DIII2I 2 3 Stew Meat 12V4oz. SAUSAGE 120Z.PEWERONI 12% 01. HAMBURGER 12 oz. CANADIAN BACON 11% 01. CHEESE f YOUR CHOICE EACH BONELESS, LB. OHSE , BEEF OR MEAT Perch Fillets •oners V 12 oz. - PKG. T COMPARE OUR EVERYDAY LOW PRICES! HERE ARE SOME EXAMPLES OF OUR DAILY PRICES ON PRESCRIPTION DRUGS. WE OFFER YOU QUALITY DRUGS AT LOW PRICES EVERYDAY. 500 mg. tChiorothiaiide) DIURIL 100 ct. *6.29 250 mg. (Chlorothiazide) DIURIL 100 ct. *3.98 Tablets (Spironolaclone, 25 Mg., Hydrochlorothlailde, 25 Mg ) ... (Methyldopa, 250 mg . Hydrochlorothiazide, 15 mg.) mg I ALDACTAZIDE ALDORIL-15 Al nflDII ?(l (Methyldopa, 250 mg., MLUUrHL fcU Hydrochlorolhlazlde, 25 ZYLOPRIM INDOCIN LASIX sssun ALDOMET BENADRYL CAPSULES INDERAL & no , 0 , 100 ct 100 ct. 100 ct °° c ,««.. HYDRODIURIL HYDRODIURIL MOTRIN » en) MOTRIN »„ ORTHO NOVUM JI&M ORTHO NOVUM i«Ai? DILANTIN CAPSULES LASIX TABLETS &, SLOW-K .««,. '17.14 M3.24 '15.00 j- *£ 62 09 sii 01 11 .Zl «... *6.o8 »« $ 6.55 - JOQ 3.98 5.98 co .59 »«, pa ,00, (Potassium Choloride) <° 5m 9 .NorQti.r.1. OOSmg Elhinyl Estradiol) l pack ., TAGAMET TABLETS DYAZIDE CAPSULES INUtKAL I AtJLt I W LO/OVRAL TABLETS s.... ,„,. -.«,-,., ooc. (Prwrano Hydrochlorlde) 100 ct '4.12 '9.73 '6.23 '7.03 24.67 '10.66 '4.80 '7.03 (PURCHASE OF THESE DRUGS "EQ"!"" * DOCTOR'S PRESCRIPTION. PRICES ARE BASED ON QUANTITIES INDICATED. UNIT PRICES Will. VARY WITH OTHER QUANTITIES.) DILLON'S PHARMACY 1201 Wast Crawford Salina, Kansas Phone: (913)827-0417

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