People The Salina Journal Sunday, January 12,1986 Page 2 SEEING DOUBLE — Five set of twins born at St. Joseph Hospital, Omaha, Neb., between Dec. 28 and Jan. 7 are held by nurses Pauline Edmunds (left) and Denise Bintz. Birth weights ranged from 2 pounds 14 ounces to 7 pounds 12 ounces. Price too high for Hope's plateau SIMI VALLEY, Calif. (AP) — Local officials have given up efforts to buy a tract of mountain land from comedian Bob Hope that they had wanted for a park. For almost two years, park planners had tried to get hold of China Flat, a 706- acre plateau Hope owns in the mountains 40 miles northwest of Los Angeles. The grassy area, home to golden eagles, prairie falcons, deer and an occasional mountain lion, was valued at $1,100 an acre by the Rancho Simi Recreation and Park District in Ventura County. But Hope wanted $20,000 an acre, and park officials have dropped efforts to persuade him to cut his price. Bob Hope Second Lady pays visit to K.C. KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — As part of her campaign to stamp out illiteracy, Barbara Bush visited two educational centers here. "I'm very interested in motivating children to learn and read," the 60-year- old wife of Vice President George Bush said Friday at the end of her 30-minute tour of Kaleidoscope, a creative art center. The next stop was The Learning Exchange, where educators trade resources and ideas. "Illiteracy is not an incurable disease," she said after her tour. Barbara Bush Patty Duke to wed drill sergeant LOS ANGELES (AP) — Wedding bells will soon ring again for actress Patty Duke, who is engaged to marry an Army drill sergeant she met while filming a movie about life in the military. Duke, 38, recently elected president of the Screen Actors Guild, will marry Sgt. 1st Class Michael Pearce on April 26 in Los Angeles. , The two met while she was filming the CBS-TV movie "A Time to Triumph," in which she portrayed a housewife who became an Army pilot to support | her family. The movie was broadcast last week. Pearce, 31, of Wallace, Idaho, served as a techni-1 cal adviser during filming of the movie at Fort I Benning, Ga. Duke Duke has been married twice previously, the last time for 14 years to actor John Astin. She has custody of their two sons, Sean, 12, and Mackenzie, 13. Wyman improving after surgery SANTA MONICA, Calif. (AP) - Oscar- winning actress Jane Wyman continues to improve after abdominal surgery, but it will be another week before she can go home. Wyman, President Reagan's former wife who now stars as the sinister Angela Charming on CBS-TV's "Falcon Crest," entered St. John's Hospital on New Year's Day with flu-like symptoms. She underwent abdominal surgery for removal of an adhesion on her intestine Jan. 2 and celebrated her 72nd birthday in the hospital two days later. Jane Wyman Names became a bit confusing FARGO, N.D. (AP) — Newborn Brigitte Fargo is heading home to Moorhead, while Nicholas Morehead, who was born the same day in the same hospital, already has gone home to Fargo. The babies were born last week at Dakota Hospital in Fargo, which • borders on Moorhead, Minn. Tamara Fargo and Dorene Morehead took Lamaze childbirth classes together and were due to deliver eight days apart, but ended up having their babies within 14 hours of each other. Gunman takes over store, shoots two before turning gun on self Another whacky title is now his TOKYO (AP) — Ashrita Furman, who holds world records for somersaulting, hand-clapping and stretcher-bearing, claims to have chalked up another whacky title by hopping 11.5 miles on a pogo stick up and down Mount Fuji. Furman, 31, of New York, said it took 8% hours to jump 6.2 miles up the 12,460-foot mountain and 5.3 miles down. That broke a 10.5-mile mark he had set in New York that qualified him for an entry in the Guinness Book of World Records. Furman admitted he was "sore all over from jumping like an ostrich." The feat was documented by videotape and two witnesses. Furman, a health food store owner, is no stranger to Guinness records. In 1980 he somersaulted 10 miles through New York's Central Park, and in 1981 he clapped for 50 hours, 17 minutes, and was on a stretcher- bearing team that carried a 140- pound weight 127 miles, all benchmarks. ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) - A man took a woman believed to be his wife hostage at a convenience store, fatally shot an employee and wounded another before killing himself Saturday, a day after he was served with divorce papers, police said. The hostage sneaked out of the store as the gunman talked to authorities on the telephone, and the man then fatally shot himself in the head, said police spokesman Jim Willett. The woman had been held at gunpoint for more than six hours after the gunman walked away from a drug-alcohol treatment center Saturday morning, Willett said. He had been served with divorce papers Friday, he said. The hostage called her family shortly after the incident began and told them the gunman "was desperate and she was afraid he wouldn't give up," Willet said. He would not identify the gunman or the hostage. The man "was extremely irate, profane" when he allowed police to enter the 7-Eleven store about 3% hours after the siege began to remove two store employees who had been shot, said Police Chief David Kunkle. "He was making comments that he wished he'd killed the man." Adventurers trace South Pole trip LONDON (AP) — Three Britons retracing the antarctic journey of explorer Robert F. Scott reached the South Pole on Saturday, but the ship sent to take them home was crushed by the ice and sunk, the expedition organizer said. Peter Christopherson, the London- based organizer, said Robert Swan 26, Roger Mear, 35, and Gareth Wood, 33, reached the pole at 11:53 p.m. local time after an 833-mile trek. He said no one was hurt in the loss of the ship, the Southern Quest, which had been moored at an ice floe near Cape Evans and the Jack Hayward base camp. Christopherson did not specify when the ship sank, but said all 24 crew were rescued from the ice by a U.S. helicopter from the American ship Polar Star and were taken to the U.S. base at McMurdo for medical checks. He said the single engine plane carried on the Southern Quest had been taken off before the accident, and would fly to the pole to pick up the men, according to plan. Pilot Giles Kershaw is to ferry two of the men back to base, then return to the pole to pick up the third man and the equipment, he said. Two other members of the expedition, Dr. Mike Stroud and cameraman John Tolson, waited at the base camp. The plan had called for the expedition to sail from Jack Hayward base back to Lyttleton, New Zealand, on the Southern Quest. Christopherson said new plans for the return trip had not yet been worked out. In 1911, Scott set off from Jack Hayward base, also on Nov. 2, and arrived at the pole Jan. 18, 1912, shortly after Norwegian Roald Amundsen became the first man to reach the pole. Scott and his four companions died on the return trip. Terry Palmer, 30, of Mansfield was dead on arrival at Arlington Memorial Hospital, said hospital spokeswoman Carlene Ness. Craig Talley, 25, of Arlington, was in fair condition with gunshot wounds to the arm, foot and leg, she said. Talley had "played possum," pretending to be unconscious, Willett said. "We suspect they were not random victims because he (the gunman) paid absolutely no attention to the customers in the store, and he became very irate when he discovered the man was not dead," Willett said. Mark Weathers, 15, one of about five customers inside the store, said he was playing video games when he saw a man with a black ski mask walk inside. "I thought, 'It ain't cold enough outside for a ski mask,'" he said. "Then I saw the black and silver .357 Magnum in his hand. After I saw the gun I ran out the door.'' He said he rode his bike down the street and called the police. "I heard two gunshots when I was leaving," Weathers said. "I didn't look back. I didn't want to. I thought he was shooting at me." The gunman was described as a white man in his mid-40s. Police said his only demand was that he see no uniformed officers. Police surrounded the store and blocked off traffic at the intersection where the store sits in a low-income neighborhood. Arlington is halfway between Dallas and Fort Worth. A man holds a gun to the head of a store clerk. Decubitus and Skin Care ( ) Alternating Pressure Pads ( ) Decubitus (bed) Pads ( ) Decubitus Treatment Supplies ( ) Heel/Elbow Protectors B&K Prescription Shop 'Ptofle Helping People' 827-4455 601E. Iron, Siliw The Salina Journal P.O. 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CLOUD 823-7207 BOJENW3DD JNSU RANGE "Serving Salina Since 1927" PAT BOLEN RON DUPY KANSAS TECHNICAL INSTITUTE CONTINUING EDUCATION & EVENING COURSES SPRING '86 CllttNo. Till* Day Time Houri CP 2223 01 BPQ MW 6:30-7:50 pm 3 This course Introduces the student to the Report Program Generator (RPG) programmes language, used primarily lor generation ot business reports such as payroll, statistical studies, accounts receivable, accounls payable, Inventory and material accounting, and other business orienled applications. Lab work includes solulion ol several business report problems. Prerequisites: BASIC. CP 2432 02 Commercial Software MW 4:00-4:50 pm 2 Analyili This course is designed lo familiarize the student with commercial software lor mainlrame and mlcrocompulers. Students will be Introduced lo Industry programming procedures lor Implementing and developing software packages. The student will be given "hands-on" experience and application on software packages lo Include word processors, electronic spreadsheets andintegraled software packages. Software to be examined include Wordpro, Wordstar, Mulliplan and Lotus 1-2-3. Prerequisite: programming knowledge. 7:00-9:30 pm 3 CL 2143 01 Surveying Uw Tu A sludy ol the legal aspects thai apply lo the surveying profession, and the role of the surveyor wllhin the judicial framework of our court system. Prerequisite: knowledge ol surveying. MT1112 03 Technical Drifting MW 8:00-9:50 pm 2 Lettering, free-hand skelching, use of drafting equipment. Theory and applications ol orthographic projection and pictorial drawings. Standards for symbols, section views, and dimensioning Included. ET 1224 03 ET 1,1224 04 AC Circuit! AC Circuits Ub MW MW 7:00-7:50 pm 8:00-9:50 pm Call or mail your news tip to The Salina Journal; up to $45 in cash prizes awarded weekly. A study of Alternating Current circuits. Includes an analysis ol the sine wave, polar and rectangular algebra, Inductive and capacltive reactance, Impedance networks, power (actor correction, 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. W 8:00-9:50 pm QT1212 01 Plane Trigonometry 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, identity solutions, and conic sections. MW 6:30-7:50 pm OT 1213 04 Collegr Algebra Course content includes identifying number sets up to and including complex numbers, fundamental concepts ol Algebra as a review, operations with algebraic tractions, exponents and radicals, logarithms, linear equations in one and multiple variables, linear functions and graphs, systems ol equations, determinants, quadratic equations, and solutions involving higher degree equations. AP 142201 Computer-Numerical Tu 6:00-7:50 pm 2 Controlled Machine Processes This course is designed to give students exposure lo 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 helpful. AP 1432 01 Computer-Aided Drafting MW 8:00-7:50 pm 2 Applications and understanding ol microcomputers in technical dralting and design. Topics Include generative graphics, hardware and software terminology, point plotting and line dralting, graphics, programming, geometric figures, dimensioning and annotating, and finished drawings. Prerequisite: knowledge of drafting. AP 2232 01 Introduction to Selected TT 6:00-0:50 pm 2 CAD Systems An analysis of several typical commercial computer aided dralting (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 ol drafting. Prefer prior completion of Computer-Aided Drafting or permission ol instructor. AP 1512 01 First-Line Management W 6:00-9:50 pm 2 This course is designed lor 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 6:00-9:50 pm 2 (Feb. 3 to April 2) AP 1412 02 Computer Fundamentals TT 8:00-9:50 pm 2 (Feb. 4 to April 3) This course is designed tor 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 ol common software, including spread sheets, word processing data base programs. AP 1901 01 Basic 35mm Photography (Feb. 11 to April 8) Tu 7:00-6:50 pm CH 1423 01 Material» Energy Balancea 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, saturation and humidity. Heal capacity, enthalphy change and steam-property evaluation. General energy balance Including energy balances with chemical reactions. Heat ol solution and mixing. Prerequisite: Applied Chemistry I. QT 1714 01 Written Communications M-F 4:00-4:50 pm 4 wfOmlopmental English This course covers the same topics as the standard Written Communications, with the addition of supplemental material on basic grammar, punctuation, spelling and syntactical skills tor students who desire additional review in basic communications. QT 2713 01 Technical Writing MW 8:004:20 pm 3 Technical Writing applies rhetorical skills lo the special writing requirements ot business and Industry. Course writings will include letter ot application, operation manual, proposal, feasibility report, progress report, and research report. Prerequisite: Written Communications ol equivalent. QT1413 TT 4:00-5:20 pm Supervisory Management An analysis of the responsibilities ol the supervisor, with an examination of the skills and practices helpful to developing effective relations with people In a work setting. Topics Include employee motivation and satisfaction, work group behavior, management processes, employee training and appraisal, handling discipline and resistance to change, and methods ol Improving productivity. OT 1523 02 Principles Accounting II TT 8:004:20 pm 3 A continuation ot Principles of Accounting I with an Introduction to accounting lor partnerships and corporations. Included are costing, forecasting, deferrals, accruals, plant assets, partnership and corporate lorm ol business organization, accounting controls, earnings, and dividends. Prerequisite: Principles ot Accounting I. QT1622 01 Accounting Applications TT 6:30-7:60 pm 2 The primary objective ol the text and supplementary materials Is lo bring together the teaching ol fundamental accounting principles and the use of a computerized accounting system. Prerequisite: Principles ot Accounting I. Enrollment lor 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 SMllon it Smtlon »2 Lotut 1-2-3 Workshop (Jan. 10,17 » 24) Lotus 1-2-3 Wofkihop (Jan. 20-F.b. 5) MW 8:30 «n>-3:00 pm 6:45 pm-Q:00 pm This Intensive wotkshop will give a workshop knowledge of the Lotus 1 -23 software package capabilities. It Is designed lor beginners as well as Intermediate Lotus 1-2-3 users. Each person will be guided through a series of exercises focusing on various Lotus operations and applications. Topics Include: f) Basic operations. 2) Formulas. Formatting, Ranges, 3) Editing, Printing. Files, 4) Graphics, 5) Database Management, 6) What-lf Analysis, and 7) Macros. Each person will have a microcomputer lo work with throughout the training. Enrollment limited to 15. To enroll, call KTI Continuing Education at 825-0275.
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