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Nation/World The Salina Journal Thursday, January 2,1986 Page 5 Riot police shoot 10 in South Africa O POSTAL JOBS O Learn how lo gel hired by Ihe U.S. Postal Service. Attend Ihe Achievement Center 3'/2-hour seminar this Tuesday. Jan.. 7, 1 pm-4:30 pm or 6 pm-9:30 pm. Tuition only $40.00. Howard Johnson Motel-Salina. Call loll-lree 1-800-233-2545, Ext. 7481-A. JOHANNESBURG, South Africa (AP) - Riot police shot and wounded 10 blacks on a Durban beachfront as thousands of youths rampaged for the third time in a week across an Indians-only beach packed with vacationers, witnesses said. The New Year's Day clashes along the popular Golden Mile beach area also resulted in a police car being set on fire and several other vehicles being stoned, police said. The disturbances ended by nightfall. Elsewhere, police reported 11 blacks were killed in anti-apartheid rioting and clashes between blacks in 11 areas during New Year's Eve and New Year's Day. Durban police summoned reinforcements as youths spilled over from a segregated beach packed with 60,000 blacks, attacked Indian holiday makers on an adjoining beach and then hurled stones and bottles at cars lining the beachfront highway leading north from the Indian Ocean port, police said. Police fired 80 canisters of tear gas into the black mob, estimated at several thousand, then opened fire with birdshot, said a Durban police spokesman, who spoke on condition he not be identified. The highway, running along three beaches segregated under apartheid laws for blacks, Indians and mixed-race persons, was sealed off for 90 minutes during the clash at the peak of the holiday summer season. Meanwhile, black activist Winnie Mandela remained holed up at a secret location, resting and pondering her next move in a 12-day confrontation with the white-led government that has banned her from her home in Johannesburg's black Soweto township, her lawyers said. "She is in a safe place. She needs to be attended to by a doctor.... All this pressure does affect her health," said Amichand Soman, one of Mandela's lawyers. Police reported five more deaths in tribal fighting and an arson attack in Moutse district, 60 miles northeast of Pretoria. The 120,000 Moutse resi- dents, mainly of the North Sotho tribe, are protesting a government order to incorporate their area into the Kwa-Ndebele homeland, populated by the Ndebele tribe. Four blacks were burned to death and another critically wounded when "a mob of unruly blacks" .surrounded their car early Wednesday and set it ablaze, a police spokesman in the capital, Pretoria, told The Associated Press. The spokesman, who declined to be identified, said the attack took place at Quarrie Laagde, but he had no information on whether the victims were Sotho or Ndebele. About Kwa-Ndebele tribesmen massed early Wednesday in a community hall armed with axes, clubs, knives and shields and threatened more attacks, a CBS television crewman reported. Cameraman Wim de Vos said one Sotho leader, who would not be identified, put the death toll from faction fighting over the New Year at 11, but police could not confirm this. RALPH WEIGEL Bonds • Insurance Phone 827-2906 115 East Iron *****************£ •* MiH America Inn Restaurant T Mid America Inn Restaurant "SUPER SUNDAY SPECIAL" 2 piece Fried Chicken Dinner, choice of potato, tossed salad, roll and FREE SUNDAE (Make your own). '2.95 5p.m. 'till 10p.m. 1842 N. 9th Salina, KS ^^^•IMi^^^B^H^^^^HHVB^HH^HVB^B^^-" 1 " 1 Your Best Interests Are With Us. House panel criticizes Reagan on civil rights WASHINGTON (AP) — A House panel Wednesday criticized the Reagan administration's handling of civil rights complaints lodged against the nation's schools and colleges. The report by the House Committee on Government Operations urged the Education Department's Office for Civil Rights (OCR) to adopt new guidelines on when it will refer a case to the Justice Department and when it will act on its own. It also said the federal civil rights agency should not let colleges get off the hook for past segregation violations just by making a good-faith attempt to remedy the problems. Instead, the report said, "the viol- ations must be corrected, regardless of the good faith in which a 'given desegregation plan was implemented." The Democratic-controlled committee report was based on an investigation and two days of hearings last July and September by its subcommittee on intergovernmental relations and human resources. Rep. Ted Weiss, D-N.Y., the subcommittee chairman, clashed at both those hearings with Harry Singleton, the outgoing assistant secretary for civil rights in the Education Department. The majority report faulted OCR's handling of an investigation of Dillon County, S.C., School District No. 2. ™ E JEAN STATION tllfflll iiiiiEii Peres: Israel won't showPLO leniency JERUSALEM (AP) - Prime Minister Shimon Peres said Wednesday that Israel will pursue Palestinian terrorists "with all the means at its disposal" and will not let them derail Middle East peace efforts. In a speech to Parliament, Peres said military action alone cannot defeat terrorism unless Western countries stop showing "leniency toward violent organizations," including the Palestine Liberation Organization. Peres, commenting on Friday's airport assaults at the Vienna and Rome airports, repeated his pledge to ferret out and punish the terrorists responsible for the attacks that left 18 dead and about 120 wounded. Five Americans and an Israeli were among those killed when Palestinian guerrillas opened fire and heaved hand grenades in the airport terminals near the check- in counters of Israel's El Al airlines. Peres singled out the dissident Palestinian guerrilla faction of Abu Nidal, who broke with the PLO in 1974, and lambasted Libya, Abu Nidal's main base of operations, as a "state that deals in crime." He said Abu Nidal's group was responsible for 33 attacks that killed 90 people and wounded 350 in the last year, including the Nov. 23 hijacking of an Egyptair jet to Malta that left 60 people dead. Israel will "act with all the means at its disposal: preemptive operations, direct confrontation and punitive measures" to combat Palestinian attacks, Peres said. He called on other countries to rid themselves "of a measure of forgiveness and light-mindedness toward the terrorist organizations." Despite PLO denials of responsibility and its condemnation of the attacks, Peres did not exonerate Yasser Arafat's organization. He said the PLO created an atmosphere of violence that further discredited it. 7-10 YEAR CD. $1,000 minimum 5-7 YEAR C.D. $1,000 minimum 3-5 YEAR C.D. $1,000 minimum 2 1 /> YEAR C.D. $1,000 minimum 6 MONTH C.D. $10,000 minimum 9.65 %* 9.40%* 9.15%* 9.00%* 8.10%** s you can see, you get top-of-the-market interest rates on certificates of deposit. Plus we take personal interest in you, our customer. So for prompt, professional, personal attention and top rates, get in touch with us. It's in your best interest. 'Interest paid or compounded annually. "Interest paid at maturity. Rates subject to change. Slightly lower interest rates on certificates with monthly, quarterly, or semi-annual interest distribution. Substantial penalty tor early withdrawal. Fsnc All Accounts Available for IRA Deposits. Over$'l billion in assets. 19 Offices. Peoples Heritage Federal Savings Salina / 2070 S. Ohio / 825-6201 104 E. Iron / 827-7257 Regular Priced Merchandise ENTIRE STOCK INCLUDED ALL SALES FINAL NO EXCHANGES «NO REFUNDS «NO LAYAWAYS_ MID STATE MALL, SALINA Plane crash kills 10 flying to Antarctica PUNTA ARENAS, Chile (AP) Eight American tourists flying to Antarctica on New Year's Eve died along with two Chilean crewmen when their plane passed a fog- shrouded landing strip and crashed, officials said Wednesday. Chilean air force pilots in helicopters found 10 bodies in the wreckage of a twin-engine Cessna Titan 404 six miles from the pilots' base on King George Island Tuesday evening, said Felipe Molina, a spokesman for the Aeropetrel charter company, which owned the plane. He said the wreckage was found on a separate island, Nelson, and there were no survivors. The Americans, all men, chartered the plane from Punta Arenas, Chile's southernmost city, to Lt. Marsh Base, an air force installation in the South Shetland Islands in Antarctic territory, Molina said. The base has a 40-room lodge that is used by the Chilean government to promote tourism. KANSAS TECHNICAL INSTITUTE CONTINUING EDUCATION & EVENING COURSES SPRING'86 Class No. Day RPQ 6:30-7:50 pm CP 2223 01 This course introduces me sludenl lo me Report Program Generator (RPG) programming language, used primarily lor generation of business reports such as payroll, statistical sludies. accounts receivable, accounls payable, inventory and material accounling, and other business oriented applications Lab work includes solulion ol several business reporl problems Prerequisites: BASIC. CP 2432 02 Commercial Software MW 4:00-4:60 pm 2 Analysis This course Is designed lo familiarize Ihe sludenl wilh commercial software lor mainframe and microcomputers Students will be inlroduced lo induslry programming procedures lor implementing and developing sollware packages. The student v/ill be O'ven "hands-on" experience and application on sollware packagns lo .nclude word processors, electronic spreadsheets and integrated sollware packages. Soltware lo be examined include WordPro, Wordstar. Muiliplan and Lotus 1-2-3 Prerequisite programming knowledge CL 2143 01 Surveying Law Tu 7:00-9:30 pm KITCHENS Inc. A study ol Ihe legal aspecls lhal apply to me surveying prolession, and the role ol the surveyor within the judicial Iramework ol our court system. Prerequisile. knowledge ol surveying MT1112 03 Technical Dreftlng MW 8:00-9:50 pm 2 Lettering, tree-hand sketching, use ol draltmg equipment Theory and applications ol orthographic projection and pictorial drawings. Standards tor symbols, section views, and dimensioning included AC Circuits MW 7:00-7:50 pm 2 AC Circuits Lab MW 6:00-9:50 pm 2 AP142201 Computer-Numerical Tu 6:00-7:50 pm 2 Controlled Machine Processes This course is designed to give students exposure lo basic CNC programming and machining operations. There are no prerequisites lo this course although a background in fundamental metal machining processes as well as algebra and right angle Ingonomelry would be helplul AP 1432 01 Computer-Aided Drafting MW 6:00-7:50 pm 2 Applications and understanding ol microcomputers in technical dralnng and design Topics include generative graphics, hardware and software terminology, poml plotting and line drafting, graphics, programming. geometric ligures. dimensioning and annotating, and finished drawings Prerequisite knowledge of drafting. AP 2232 01 Introduction to Selected TT 8:00-9:50 pm 2 CAD Systems An sys' manuals, and insliuclion on each system lo Be used, ano given oraning assignments designed lo promote learning ol me system features and commands Prerequisite knowledge ol dialling Prefer prior completion ol Computer-Aided Drafting or permission ol instructor ET 1224 03 ETL122404 A study ol Allernating Currenl circuits Includes an analysis ol the sine wave, polar and reclangular algebra, inductive and capacilive reactance, impedance networks, power lactor correction, resonant circuits, and transformer theory Also includes an introduction to three phase power dislribulion. Laboratory exercises reinforce key concepts. Prerequisites Direct Current Circuits or equivalent QT 1212 01 Plane Trigonometry W 8:00-9:50 pm 2 Fundamentals ol College Trigonometry, including right and oblique triangle solutions, vectors, polar coordinales, angular velocities, trigonometric solutions in surveying and machine design, sine and cosine law. identity solulions. and conic soclions AP 1512 01 First-Line Management W 8:00-9:50 pm 2 This course is designed lor currenl and prospective supervisors who have had little or no lormal management naming A broad spectrum ol human relalions and supervisory techniques will be covered, including employee psychology and motivation, leadership, learn building, work assignments. PSyChOlOgy ana mUHVdHUII. ICHUGO'np. i&a," uu,.u,,,y, ..u... .,-„.;,•• moral, training, handling conllict. evaluation and planning discipline, mo AP 141201 Computer Fundamentals MW 8:00-9:50 pm (Feb. 2 to April 2) AP 1412 02 Computer Fundamentals TT 8:00-9:50 pm (Feb. 4 to April 3) MW 6:30-7:50 pm QT 1213 04 College Algebra Course conlent includes identilying number sets up to and including complex numbers, fundamental concepts ol Algebra as a review, operations wilh algebraic fractions, exponents and radicals, logarithms, linear equations in one and mulliple variables, linear functions and graphs, systems of equations, determinants, quadratic equations, and solulions involving higher degree equations CH1423 01 Material & Energy TT 4:00-5:20 pm 3 Balances spread sheets, word processing dala base programs AP 1901 01 Basic 35mm Photography Tu 7:00-8:50 pm 1 (Feb. 11 to April 8) This course is designed lor those who wish lo advance beyond me "snapshot" slage ol photography Topics include camera types and care, lens lypes and use, lilm characteristics and use. composition indoor and outdoor lighting, tillers, closeups, and macros Featuring Quality Wood Products B V /Crestwood Inc. ^apor pressure, saturanon anu nuimuiiy nem m^ui-u; change and sleam-property evaluation General energy balance including energy balances with chemical reactions Heat ol solulion and mixing Prerequisite Applied Chemistry I. GT 1714 01 Written Communications M-F 4:00-4:50 pm 4 wIDevelopmental English This course covers Ihe same topics as Ihe standard Written Communications with Ihe addition ol supplement! material on basic grammar, punctuation, spelling and syntactical skills lor sludenls who desire additional review In basic communications GT 2713 01 Technical Writing MW 8:00-9:20 pm 3 andr GT1413 Supervisory Management An analysis ol Ihe responsibilities ol Ihe supervisor, with an examination ot Ihe skills and practices helplul to developing elleclive relalions with people in a work selling Topics include employee motivation and salislaclion. work group behavior, management processes, employee Iraming and appraisal, handling discipline and resislance lo change, and methods ot improving productivity GT 1523 02 Principles Accounling II TT 4:00-5:20 pm TT 8:00-9:20 pm Enrollment for the spring 1986 semester will be at the Technology Center Monday, Jan. 13, from 8:45-11:30 am, 1:00-4:00 pm and 6:30-8:00 pm. Part-time and evening students may enroll and pay fees early from 5:30-8:00 pm Monday, Jan. 6 through Thursday, Jan. 9 at the Administration building. Classes begin Tuesday, January 14. Tuition for those enrolling in less than seven credits is $25.00 per credit. Additional fees total $16.25 plus parking. Classes with enrollments less than ten may be cancelled. Call Admissions at 825-0275 for information. SPECIAL NON-CREDIT WORKSHOP Session »1 Lotus 1-2-3 Workshop (Jan. 10. 17 & 24) Session »2 Lotus 1-2-3 Workshop (Jan. 20-Feb. 5) MW B:30am-3:00 pm 6:45 pm-9:00 pm A continuation ol Principles ol Accounting I with an mtroduclion lo accoun- ling lor partnerships and corporalions Included are costing, forecasting, delerrals. accruals, plant assels. parlnership and corporate torm ol business organization, accounling controls, earnings, and dividends Prerequisile Principles ot Accounling I GT 162201 Accounting Applications TT 6:30-7:50 pm 2 The primary objective ol the le»l and supplementary materials i:, lo tinny together the teaching ol lundamenlal accounting principles and Ihe use ol a computerised accounling system Prerequisite Principles ol AiToiinting I 'us intensive workshop will give .1 woikshop knovMi-dgi; ol me Lolut- l-. 1 - sollwart 1 package capabilities It is designed lor beginneis as well as in- 'imediale Lotus l-'J-3 useis fcach person will be guided Ihiough a series I exercises Iodising on vanous Lolus opeialionc and applications Topics iclude II Basic operations. 2\ l-oimulas. Formatting Ranges .1) fcdilmg. inning Hies. -!i Graphics, bl Database Management. lj) wnal-ll Analysis n t l .') MacrOb bach person \vll have a miciocomputei to woik with uou(]lioul the tunning tnrollmi-nl limited to 1 !i To enroll, call KTI Continuing Education at 825-0275. South Industrial Area, Salina, Ks. 913-823-1532

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