The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on January 4, 1986 · Page 14
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The Salina Journal Saturday, January 4,1986 Page 14 Cases of rabies drop in U.S. but may never be eliminated ATLANTA (AP) - The incidence of rabies has decreased dramatically in dogs and cats, but federal health officials say the fatal disease may never be eliminated and recommend vaccinations for pets every three years. The national Centers for Disease Control issued its annual rabies vaccine recommendations to veterinarians Friday, urging immunization of dogs and cats with vaccines effective for three years. Although many local governments require vaccinations every year, the CDC recommends three-year shots as "the most effective method" of rabies protection. "By encouraging the public and Electric Start SNO-BURST® SNOWBLOWER 5469.95 WMV •Powerful Jacobsen 2-cycle engine.3 H.P. •Power Burst ; feature for quick switching to maximum power mode • Big 20" clearing width •Throws snow up to 18 feet •Electric start BARRAGREE RENT-ALL 1500 S.Broadway 827-0847 or 827-5011 WE TRADE Daily: 7:30 AW-6:00 PM Sunday: 13:30 PM-S:30 PM veterinarians to use the triennial vaccines, we're hoping to be sure to cover people who don't come back" every year with their pets, said Dr. Leigh Sawyer, a CDC rabies specialist. Three-year shots increase the chances of having more protected pets among the animal population, she said. The CDC, in its Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, said there were only 97 confirmed cases of dog rabies in the United States in 1984, the last year for which figures are available. That's down from 132 in 1983 and 8,000 in 1947. One hundred forty cases were reported in cats in 1984, down from 168 in 1983. Accurate numbers for cat rabies cases decades ago are not available. Cats now get rabies more frequently than dogs, but many local governments still do not require vaccinations for cats, Sawyer said. "We'll start seeing that for the U.S. as a whole soon." The greatest danger in rabies control is from wild animals, the CDC said. Control of the disease in foxes, skunks, raccoons and other animals "is very difficult," the agency said. And the threat of transmission from wild animals to pets makes elimination of rabies in dogs and cats nearly impossible, Sawyer said. "It will be a long time before we see zero rabies in wildlife, if ever, so we will never see zero rabies in domestic animals — unless we get them all vaccinated,'' she said. One item not discussed in the 1986 vaccine recommendations is what to do about ferrets, the small, furry, weasel-like creatures increasingly seen as pets in this country. No rabies vaccine is currently licensed for them, but that could change, Sawyer said. Beast overcomes beauty in middle of photo session TORONTO (AP) - An 800-pound Siberian tiger lunged at a model wearing a bathing suit during a photo session in a snow-covered park, but the model was quickly rescued when the tiger's trainer wrestled the big cat to the ground. Christa Daniel, the English Leather cologne calendar girl who is appearing at an international motorcycle show, was frightened but unharmed in the Thursday incident. Daniel had been posing behind Taz the tiger, a star attraction at an adventure show over the weekend, when he suddenly jumped up and bowled over the blonde woman. Trainer Jim Dillman quickly leaped between them, grabbed Taz and wrestled with him as the terrified model scrambled to safety. "I'm fine," she said later. "But I was incredibly stunned.'' The model, from Las Vegas, Nev., said she'd work with the big cats Tiger lunges at a model. again but said she would not pose for more photos with Taz — at least for the day. "I believe with anything in life, if you get stung once, you go back and do it again," she said. KANSAS TECHNICAL INSTITUTE CONTINUING EDUCATION & EVENING COURSES SPRING '86 Class No. CP 2223 01 RPG Day MW 6:30-7:50 pm 3 This couise introduces the student to Ihe Reporl Program Generator (RPG) programming language, used primarily lor generation ol business reports such as payroll, statistical studies, accounts receivable, accounts payable, inventory and material accounting, and other business oriented applications Lab work includes solution ol several business report problems. Prerequisites. BASIC. CP 2432 02 Commercial Software MW 4:00-4:50 pm 2 Analysis This course is designed to familiarize Hie sludent wiln commercial soltware tor mainframe and microcomputers Students will be introduced to industry programming procedures for implementing and developing software packages. The student will be given "hands-on" experience and application on software packages to include word processors, electronic spreadsheets and integrated software packages. Soltware to be examined include Wordpro. Wordstar, Multiplan and Lotus 1-2-3 Prerequisite, programming knowledge. AP 1422 01 Computer-Numerical T u Controlled Machine Processes 6:00-7:50 pm CL 2143 01 Surveying Law Tu 7:00-9:30 pm A study of the legat aspects thai apply to the surveying prolession, and the role of ttie surveyor within the |udiaal Iramework ol our court system. Prerequisite knowledge ol surveying MT1112 03 Technical Drafting MW 8:00-9:50 pm 2 Lettering, free-hand sketching, use of drafting equipment Theory and applications of orthographic projection and pictorial drawings. Standards for symbols, section views, and dimensioning included ET 1224 03 ET I. 1224 04 AC Circuits AC Circuits Lab MW MW 7:00-7:50 pm 8:00-9:50 pm A study of Alternating Current circuits includes an analysis of the sine wave, polar and rectangular algebra, inductive and capacitive reactance, impedance networks, power factor correclion, resonant circuits, and transformer theory Also includes an introduction to three phase power distribution Laboratory exercises reinforce key concepts Prerequisites Direct Current Circuits or equivalent GT 1212 01 Plane Trigonometry W 6:00-9:50 pm Fundamentals ol College Trigonometry, including right and oblique triangle solutions, vectors, polar coordinates, angular velocities. trigonometric solutions in surveying and machine design, sine and cosine law, identify solutions, and conic sections GT121304 6:30-7:50 pm This course is designed to give students exposure to basic CMC programming and machining operations. There are no prerequisites to this course although a background in fundamental metal machining processes as well as algebra and right angle trigonometry would be helplul. AP 1432 01 Computer-Aided Drafting MW 6:00-7:50 pm 2 Applications and understanding of microcomputers in technical drafting and design. Topics include generative graphics, hardware and software terminology, point plotting and line drafting, graphics, programming, geometric figures, dimensioning and annotating, and finished drawings. Prerequisite: knowledge of dratting AP 2232 01 Introduction to Selected TT 6:00-9:50 pm 2 CAD Systems An analysis of several typical commercial computer aided drafting (CAD) systems used on microcomputers. Students will be supplied software, manuals, and instruction on each system to be used, and given drafting assignments designed to promote learning ol the system features and commands Prerequisite knowledge of drafting. Prefer prior completion of Computer-Aided Drafting or permission of instructor. AP 1512 01 First-Line Management W 8:00-9:50 pm 2 This course is designed for current and prospective supervisors who have had little or no formal management training A broad spectrum of human relations and supervisory techniques will be covered, including employee psychology and motivation, leadership, team building, work assignments, discipline, moral, training, handling conflict, evaluation and planning. AP 1412 01 Computer Fundamentals MW 8:00-9:50 pm 2 (Feb. 2 to April 2) AP 1412 02 Computer Fundamentals TT 8:00-9:50 pm 2 (Feb. 4 to April 3) This course is designed lor adults seeking to develop a broad, basic familiarity with computer technology. The course covers: 1) basic computer literacy, i e terminology, operations, hardware and peripherals, selection criteria. 2) an introduction to the BASIC programming language and programming logic, and 3) analysis of common software, including spread sheets, word processing data base programs. AP 1901 01 Basic 35mm Photography (Feb. 11 to April 6) Tu 7:00-8:50 pm CH 1423 01 Material & Energy Balances 4:00-5:20 pm This course is designed for those who wish to advance beyond the "snapshot" stage of photography. Topics include camera types and care, lens types and use, film characteristics and use. composition, indoor and outdoor lighting, filters, closeups, and macros. Material balance problem solutions by direct, algebraic and tie-component methods including recycle, bypass and purge calculations Ideal and real gases, vapor pressure, saturalion and humidity Heat capacity, enlhalphy change and steam-properly evaluation General energy balance including energy balances with chemical reactions. Heat of solution and mixing Prerequisite Applied Chemistry I GT171401 Written Communications M-F 4:00-4:50 pm 4 wJDevelopmental English This course covers (he same topics as the standard Written Communications, with the addition ol supplemental material on basic grammar, punctuation, spelling and syntactical skills for students who desire additional review m basic communications GT 2713 01 Technical Writing MW 8:00-9:20 pm 3 Technical Writing applies rhetorical skills to the special writing re• - 1 • "- — - : "— l include letter of GT 1413 Supervisory Management TT 4:00-5:20 pm 3 An analysis of the responsibilities ol the supervisor, with an examination ol Ihe skills and practices helpful lo developing effective relations with people in a work setting Topics include employee motivation and salistaction. work group behavior, management processes, employee training and appraisal, handling discipline and resistance to change, and methods ol improving productivity GT 1523 02 Principles Accounting II TT 6:00-9:20 pm 3 A continuation of Principles of Accounting I with an introduction (o accounting for partnerships and corporations Included are costing, forecasting, deferrals, accruals, plant assets, partnership and corporate form ol business organ Jzalion. accounting controls, earnings, and dividends Prerequisite Principles of Accounting I GT 1622 01 Accounting Applications TT 6:30-7:50 pm 2 The primary objective of the text and supplementary materials is lo bring together the teaching of fundamental accounting principles and the use ol a computerized accounting system Prerequisite Principles ol Accounting I 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 F 8:30 am-3:00 pm (Jan. 10,17 It 24) Session »2 Lofui 1-2-3 Workshop MW 6:45 pm-9:00 pm (Jan. 20-Feb. 5) This intensive workshop will give a workshop knowledge of Ihe Lotus 1-23 soflware package capabilities II is designed for beginners as well as in- termediale Lotus 1-2-3 users Each person will be guided Ihrough a series of exercises locusing on various Lolus operations and applications Topics include 1) Basic operalions. 2) Formulas. Formatting. Ranges, 3) Editing, Priming, Files. 4) Graphics. 5) Database Management, 6) Whal-ll Analysis, and 7) Macros Each person will have a microcomputer lo work with throughout Ihe training Enroilmenl limited to 15 To enroll, call KTI Continuing Education at 825-0275. Small town supports effort to save black-footed ferret By The New York Times MEETEETSE, Wyo. - Finding a federally protected endangered animal on one's property is an honor that most Western ranchers would just as soon pass up. So when Lucille Hogg's dog, Shep, dropped the carcass of a black-footed ferret on her back porch in 1981 and word got out that a colony of one of the rarest mammals in North America had somehow survived here in Meeteetse, "Pop. 500, El. 5,797," as the road sign says, the reaction was pronounced. "There was panic," said Rick Westbrook, manager of the 15,000- acre 91 Ranch on which some of the ferrets were found. It was not an unusual reaction in the West to what Easterners might consider good news: that an animal thought to be all but extinct was surviving. The panic has moderated, thanks in part to state officials' shrewd management of the politics of animal preservation. In a region where everyone makes a living from the land one way or another, it would be hard not to feel threatened by the array of federal and state rules for the protection of endangered species that can be brought into play when a colony such as the black-footed ferrets is found. Wildlife officers can halt oil drilling, cattle grazing, pipeline laying, hunting and a catalogue of other land uses if such activities jeopardize one of the 382 mammals, birds, fish, crustaceans, plants and insects currently listed as endangered or threatened by the Federal Fish and Wildlife Service. At best, ranchers who want unimpeded use of their land have been known to keep the presence of an endangered species as quiet as "I think the ferret did Meeteetse a lot of good. It sure gave everybody something to talk about." — Lucille Hogg possible. At worst, they have resorted to "shoot and shovel," discreetly and illegally disposing of a bald eagle or a grizzly bear, lest some official or animal conservation activist start calling for creation of a refuge there. But black-footed ferrets are appealing to humans and they do not kill cattle or sheep. And so, while ranchers like Westbrook still are watching how the ferret recovery program develops, the town of Meeteetse has taken the black- masked, blunt-muzzled ferret, a cousin of the mink, to its heart. "I think the ferret did Meeteetse a lot of good," said Hogg. "It sure gave everybody something to talk about." Hogg runs Lucille's Cafe. A sign on the wall says the restaurant is protected by an attack ferret. Lucille's has a Ferret's Den for banquets and special occasions. Its women's softball team is called the Ferrettes. The First Wyoming Bank has a stuffed black-footed ferret in its lobby. Ferret baseball caps have been sold; the town recreation board sponsors an annual Black- footed Ferret Foot Race. When the presence of the ferrets was revealed by Shep, Wyoming officials, defying criticism from wildlife conservationists, took control of the ferret management program from the Fish and Wildlife Service. They thought local officials could best manage the politics of preserving an endangered species. In October 1985 six ferrets were found outside Meeteetse and taken to the University of Wyoming, where their health could be monitored in captivity. "There were rumors going around that the federal government was going to buy up all of the northern Greybull River drainage and turn it into a refuge to accommodate the ferrets," said David Belitsky, the state Game and Fish Department's coordinator of black-footed ferrets. So far, the only direct prohibition for ranchers as a result of the dog's discovery is poisoning of colonies of prairie dogs. The ferrets live in prairie dog burrows and feed on the rodents, which often are twice the ferrets' size. The ferrets' dwindling numbers have been attributed in part to extensive eradicating of prairie dogs. Jack Turnell, who runs the Pitchfork Ranch, where some of the first ferrets were found, has postponed oil and gas drilling that would yield some $60,000. When drilling resumes, power lines to the equipment will be laid underground. Overhead poles could provide perches from which hawks and eagles could spot ferrets. But an abiding suspicion of outsiders and particularly of Eastern environmentalists lingers here. "The environmentalists look at us like all we care about is running cattle and getting all we can get," Westbrook said. "The truth of the matter is that most ranchers care about the land and understand that wildlife is part of it." (First Published in The Salina Journal December 20,1985) N THE DISTRICT COURT OF-SALINE COUNTY, KANSAS n The Matter of the Estate of erry D. Lewis, Deceased. NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITION FOR FINAL SETTLEMENT Caso No. 85 P-56 he State of Kansas to All Persons oncerned You are hereby notified that a potion has been filed on December 9, 985, in said Court by Phyllis J. Lewis, xecutor of the Will of Jerry D. Lewis, leceased, praying for a final settle- nent of the Estate, approval of her acts, proceedings and accounts as xecutor, allowance for attorney's fees and expenses, determination of the heirs, devisees and legatees entitled to the Estate and assignment to them in accordance with the Will of Jerry D. Lewis, deceased. You are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before January 15, 1936, at eleven o'clock a.m., on said day, in said Court in the City of Salina. Saline County, at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you foil therein, judgment and decree will be entered in due course upon said petition. PHYLLIS J.LEWIS PHILLIP SHAFFER 217 North Santa Fe P.O. Box 377 Salino, Kansas 67402-0377 913-825-5419 Attorney for Petitioner (3tsp) Classified Advertisements DIAL 823-6363 Or write PO Box 740, Salina, Kans. 67402 10 Words Minimum, $1.50 Minimum Charge 1 time, per word 15" 3 times, per word 35" 7 times, per word 52' 31 times, per word $1.93 i f\O/ I U /O 50* postage and handling Cash with order charge on want ads if cash SAVES YOU does not accompany or der. BLIND AD SERVICE $1 if replies picked up $3 if replies are mailed Rates apply to residents in Salina retail trade area only. Open rate is 15* per word or $9.00 per col. inch per day on weekdays, $9.60 per col. inch on Sundays. (Plus Ihe 50' handling charge, for ads placed 3 days or more.) (Add 4 words for Blind Box Number) DISPLAY CLASSIFIED ADS Will be accepted until 11 A.M. 2 days before insertion, 4 P.M. Wednesday for Saturday 11 A.M. Thursday for Sunday One day earlier than above if over '/2 page. 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Jl». 237. 245. 249. 265. 269. 275 Funeral Directors & Monuments In Memoriam Card ot Thanks Amusements, Events Personals Special Notices Lodges-Clubs Lost Found Strayed Schools Instructions Alterations & Sewing Appliance TV Repair Baby Silling Beauty & Barber Shops Bicycle Repair Bookkeeping Taxes Carpentry & Masonry Cleaning Clocks-Watches-Jewelry Electric Service & Mofors Furniture Repair Glass & Glazing Healing & Refrigeration Hearing Aid/Supplies Laundry Dry Cleaning Lawn & Garden Care Lawn Mowers & Engines Luggage-Purses-Leather Nursing Rest Homes Moving Storage Office Machinery 8. Equipment Odd Jobs Painting & Papering Pest Control Photography Piano Tuning & Repair Plumbing-Sewer Service Rooting Shoe Repair Trash Hauling & Cleanup Tree Trimming-Removal- Spraying Upholster ing Carpeting Draperies Mlictllanioui Strvlctt Word Processing Special Interest To Women Cale. Motel Help Help Wanted Salespeople Wanted Employment Opportunities Situations Wanted Funeral Directors & Monuments 11 BRONZE MARKERS. If your emetery requires BRONZE, see us efore you make your purchase. MEMORIAL ART CO., Inc. S08-10 823-2981 LOSE, GAIN or maintain weight the Herbal Way with the Nation's No. 1 nutritional progam...Mlndy or Gene 823-1757. Special Notices 35 LOSE WEIGHT the Herbal Way roven 100% Safe and Effective. rlsty. 823-3889. LOOK GOOD, feel good, Herbal let. Keith, 825-4140. NOTICE Classified Ad Deadlines 11:00 AM 2 Days before insertion for Display Classified. 11 am Thursday for Sunday 4pm Friday for Tuesday. Ads over to page 1 day earlier than above. The deadline for WANTADS and deleting want ads before normal expiration 1:00 PM day before insertion. 10 am Friday for Saturday 1 pm Friday for Sunday. 1 day earlier than above when holidays are involved. The Salina Journal reserves the right to edit, reject, re classify, or refuse any copy. Special Notices 35 Amusements, Events 25 TURKEY SHOOT Beech Gun Club Sunday,January 5 Trap Loads Only Personals 29 SKI KEYSTONE! Luxurious 3 bedroom, 3 bath condo in Chateau d'Mont across street from slopes. Laundry andjacuzzl In unit. Night time skiing from Gondola. 913-483-4376. LUXURY CONDO for rent. Two bedrooms with loft, pool, handball, Jacuzzi and sauna, Dlllion area. Call 825-5473 between 8am-5pm. PARENTS WITHOUT Partners, Chapter 201. Call 827-4433 for Information. PREGNANCY UNPLANNED? Birthright cares. 1414 South Santa Fe, 823-3113. Free Jests. Confidentiality. Lost-Found-Strayed 45 LOST: 300 Block of Missouri, three year old black and tan German Shepherd, collar and name tag- "Duke"; and four year old Collie, collar and name tag- "Cassie". Reward offered! Please call 825-7425,827-4910. LOST: December 23. Female German Shepard. Black with tan paws and ears. Name • Duchess. We love and miss her. Please call 823-B572 after 5:30. LOST: LADIES white gold oval diamond watch and white gold diamond drop earrings. Call 823-8456 after 6pm. Reward! LOST: TWO Shimano fishing rods with reels. Call 825-0923 alter 5pm. FOUND: CABBAGE Patch doll In Sunset Park, 825-4824. Now You're in Business with Classified Use classified to: • Find a new employee • Start a new career • Advertise your business or service • Rent an office • Furnish an office • Landscape your business • Keep machinery in good repair Dial 823-6363 Classified Advertising Department TK^Journal

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