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Entertainment The Salina Journal Monday, January 13,1986 Page 16 Briefly Smoky Hill Art Exhibition set HAYS — Native Kansan Warren Taylor, a member of the art faculty of Midland College in Texas, will be the juror for the 17th annual Smoky Hill Art Exhibition April 25 through May 30 at the Hays Arts Center Gallery. Cash awards will total $2,000. There also will be purchase patron awards. All artists living in Kansas are eligible to enter. All work must be original, completed within the last two years, and not previously entered in a Hays Arts Council juried exhibition. Categories are two-dimensional — oil, acrylic, watercolor, drawings, photographs, collage, mixed media, construction, textiles and prints; and three-dimensional — jewelry, sculpture, ceramics, glass and fiber art. An entry fee of $12 will allow entry of one or two pieces. Two more may be submitted for $5 each. Entries will be judged preliminarily by 35mm slides. Fees and completed entry form with attached jury notification card, slides and self-addressed, stamped envelope should be sent to the Hays Arts Council, 112 E. llth, Hays, Kan. 67601. The deadline is March 3. Film festival planned at Bethany LINDSBORG — Six free films will be shown as part of a "Fact and Fiction Film Festival" during January interterm at Bethany College. The films, open to the public, began Thursday and will continue for the next two Thursdays at 7 p.m. in the lower level of Pihlblad Memorial Union. Shown last week were "First Contact," a 1930 New Guinea recorded contact of modern man with interior natives, and the Australian film, "Walkabout." The Jan. 16 films have a modern health care theme, "A Dignified Exit" and "Hospital." Scheduled Jan. 23, based on the nuclear age, are "The Atomic Cafe" and "Dr. Strangelove or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb." Faculty facilitators for the series are Dale Hoffman, John Eads and Joyce Pigge. Theatre to present Simon play MANHATTAN — The Kansas Actors Theatre of Manhattan production of "The Prisoner of Second Avenue," by Neil Simon, will be presented Friday and Saturday at Gregov's Front Room. It also was presented last week. The production stars Sheldon K. Edelman and Pat Foltz as Mel and Edna Edison, a middle-aged, middle-class couple caught up in the dilemmas of life in the "Big Apple." The two are co-founders of the Kansas Actors Theatre. Foltz is a teacher in the Wamego school system. Edelman is a clinical psychologist in private practice in Manhattan. Dinner reservations can be made by calling 776-1234. "The Buck Stops Here," by local playwright Norman Fedder, was presented recently. Scheduled next is "The Kansas Character," another Fedder play. California artist's work exhibited LINDSBORG — Work by California artist Barry Krammes will be shown during January as the first of five art exhibits this spring in the Mingenback Art Center at Bethany College. The Krammes show, scheduled until Jan. 31, features three series which include 25 collages. Krammes is an assistant professor of art at Biola University in LaMirada, Calif. He has been a guest lecturer at Southern California College and an assistant at the University of Wisconsin. He has had many solo and group exhibitions, primarily in the Midwest. Other shows are: Feb. 2-28, Stephanie Newman; March 2-21, Ray Kahmeyer; March 23-April 18, Messiah Festival exhibit; and April 20- May 25, Bethany senior exhibitions. WEEKNIGHT SPECIALS AT SIRLOIN STOCKADE Monday & Tuesday 5 PM-9 PM STOCKADE SPECIAL CUT 8 oz. USDA Choice Sirloin Steak, Choice of Potato, Toast and Free Ice Cream Cone $O99 3 Wednesday & Thursday 5 PM-9 PM > CHICKEN ** TERIYAKI 7 oz. Boneless Chicken Breast Served on Bed of Rice with Pineapple, Toast, Salad and Hot Food Bar and Free Cone $C49 5 Sun.-Thuri. 11 AM-B PM SIRLOIN Frl.-S.t. 11 AM-10PM STOCKADE' 1200 EAST CRAWFORD • SALINA Ofter Good At Salina Store Only SAUNA CELEBRATES DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING JR.'S HOLIDAY PLEASE JOIN US IN THE WEEK LONG CELEBRATION! MONDAY. JANUARY 13 — 11:30 AM Quavle united Methodist Church choir will sing at The Leisure Years Center. TUESDAY, JANUARY 14th — 7:30 PM Eleanor Jones, contralto; Jennifer Cordon, Meggo Soprano; Dave Jacobs, Tenor; Accompanist, Anne MacDowell Performing & vocal concert at The Grand Ave. united Methodist Church. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15th — 7:30 PM Allen Chapel A.M.E. church choir will sing at Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church. THURSDAY. JANUARY 16th — 7:30 PM Kevin wilmott will present a "One Man Show" on the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., at Marvmount college in the Ballroom. FRIDAY, JANUARY 17th — 1:00 PM Dr. William J. Augman jr., Associate Director of Field Education and Associate Professor of Religion and Sociology at United Theological Seminary in Dayton, Ohio and The Minority Students at Kansas Weslevan College will present a discussion on "Martin Luther King Jr., Where Do We Co From Here?" at Miller chapel. Minority businesses will also be recognized. SATURDAY, JANUARY 18th - 3:30 PM-4:30 PM A filmstrip showing of Dr. King and birthday party with treats for children at carver center. SUNDAY, JANUARY 19th — 3:15 PM Prelude by St. John's Baptist Choir and at 3:30 PM. A special worship services honoring the life of Dr. Martin Luther King jr., will be held at The First Presbyterian church. Dr. William J. Augman Jr., will be the guest speaker, solos: Jennifer Cordon, David Jacobs. Accompanist: Jo Anne MacDowell. special music by the Central High Free Spirit Singers. MONDAY, JANUARY 20th — 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM A prayer vigil will be held at Allen chapel A.M.E. Church. Gun-carrying is film's focus LOS ANGELES (AP) - Jeffrey Bloom got so angry after the so- called "Big Boy Murders" in Los Angeles in 1980 that he sat down and wrote a movie script in which everyone is allowed to carry a gun for protection. "I was trying in the script, maybe without knowing it, to work out my anger, "said Bloom. He originally wrote "The Right of the People" as a feature film, but it was turned down and sat on his shelf for several years. The movie, starring Michael Ont- kean and Billy Dee Williams, will be broadcast tonight by ABC. ABC's Broadcast Standards and Practices had Bloom revise his original script to let the anti-gun proponents have a larger say in the film. Bloom feels the changes do not hurt the integrity of the film. "Their concerns were that the piece not be one-sided and that there should be less dogma," Bloom said. The opening of the movie is reminiscent of an actual robbery-murder case in Los Angeles just over five years ago. Ontkean plays a district attorney whose wife and daughter are killed when gunmen inv,ade a coffee shop and spray it with automatic weapon fire. On Dec. 14,1980, two masked men invaded a Bob's Big Boy restaurant and herded 11 people into a meat locker. They opened fire on them, killing four and injuring five. It was at that time that Bloom, a karate expert, bought his first gun for protection. In the film, Ontkean leads a campaign for a city law that any person over 18 who does not have a criminal record can carry a gun. The police chief predicts chaos, and it's not long in coming. "I think I was guilty of preaching Marquee Salina movies A Nightmare on Elm Street-2 — Vogue, Rated R Black Moon Rising — Sunset Plaza Cinema, Rated R Jewel of the Nile — Mid-State Cinema, Rated PG Out of Africa — Sunset Plaza Cinema, Rated PG Rocky IV — Mid-State Cinema, Rated PG Spies Like Us — Fox Theater, Rated PG TV movies, specials 8 p.m. — The Right of the People, NBC, Salina Cable Channels 3 and 4 Michael Ontkean, Jane Kaczmarek (premiere). A laywer crusades for legislation enabling citizens to carry guns after his wife and daughter are killed during a robbery. 9:20 p.m. — The Lusty Men, WTBS, Salina Cable Channel 13 Susan Hayward, Robert Mitchum (1952). A cowboy does everything to become a rodeo star. $5 million bid for book NEW YORK (AP) - The rights to best-selling author James ClavelTs latest book, "Whirlwind," have fetched a record $5 million at auction, with William Morrow and Co. and Avon Books winning over a $6 million bid that would have been paid over a longer time period. The previous record high for a single non-fiction book was $3 million paid by Random House to Edmund Morris for the biography of Ronald Reagan. 2-NIGHT MOVIE RENTAL Rent A Movie Today Keep It Tonight! Keep It Tomorrow Night! Bring It Back The Next Morning By 9 AM! 7 Days A Week 80% Of Our Stock Gold Star Tapes $ 4 99 7 Days A ^ Week _20%jDK:>ur Stock__ VCR PLAYERS Tuesday & Wednesday $4 f\OO Per I W Week NormalJE^O^O Per Week DOWNTOWN NEWS & BOOKS CARROLL'S BOOKSTORE Open 7 Days A Week 24 Hour Drop Boxes •••••••••••••i passing a driving test. But when you buy a gun you don't have to have any training. I'd like to see a law requiring at least three hours of training in the handling of guns. "A gun by itself is not a danger, but in the hands of an untrained person it can be a lethal weapon." Jeffrey Bloom wrote "The Right of the People" script. demagoguery in the first script," Bloom said. "And that's what the story is — a warning against demagoguery. This time, after five years, I realized it was better to present the idea rather strongly and let the audience come to its own conclusion. "What the film offers is a modest proposal. If I become so outraged against the violence around me, and I've lost faith in the police, then I should have the right to bear arms. In the movie it's carried through to a conclusion. Everyone can carry a gun. This is about what would happen if everyone was armed. It would create more havoc than we have now." In the movie, simple arguments turn into gunplay. People try to play hero during an armed robbery and wind up dead. "There is a separation between the right to carry a gun and the right to own a gun," Bloom said. "This film is not against the right to own guns. There is one exception: inherent in that right is that we not abuse it. Like all our freedoms, we do tend to abuse them. "The movie is a warning against demagoguery, against the irresponsible use of guns. It's an argument that we should tackle the problem, not the results, about why we have murders — because no one gives a damn." Bloom suggests that it's more important to address the social problems that cause crime. "There is one strong point in the film I'd like to see come to pass," he said. "You can't drive a car without There's a HEALTH INSURANCE Shield for you too! AT SHELTER, IT'S A MATTER OF PERSONAL PRIDE. DON MOSIER Crawford & Ohio — Salina 825-6227 11 am-2 pm Mon.-Thurs. at MID-AMERICA INN RESTAURANT Help yourself at our SOUP, SALAD & SANDWICH BAR S 3.95 1842 N. 9th 823-2670 PRIME-TIMER SHOW (*) $9 25 SEN. 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Prerequisites: BASIC CP 2432 02 Commercial Software MW 4:00-4:50 pm 2 Analysis This course is designed to familiarize the student with commercial software for 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, Software to be examined include Wordpro, Wordstar, Multlplan and Lotus 1-2-3. Prerequisite: programming knowledge. CL 2143 01 Surveying Law Tu 7:00-9:30 pm A study of the legal aspects that apply to the surveying profession, and the role of the surveyor within the judicial framework of our court system. Prerequisite: knowledge of surveying. Mr 1112 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 ETL122404 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 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. QT 1212 01 Plane Trigonometry W 6:00-9:50 pm Fundamentals of 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. GT1213 04 College Algebra MW 6:30-7:50 pm Course content includes identifying number sets up to and including complex numbers, fundamental concepts of Algebra as a review, operations with algebraic fractions, exponents and radicals, logarithms, linear equations in one and multiple variables, linear functions and graphs, systems of equations, determinants, quadratic equations, and solutions involving higher degree equations. CH 1423 01 Material & Energy Balances TT 4:00-5:20 pm AP 1422 01 Computer-Numerical Tu 6:00-7:50 pm 2 Controlled Machine Processes This course is designed to give sludenls 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 helpful. AP 1432 01 Computer-Aided Drafting MW 6:00-7:50 pm 2 . Applications and understanding of microcomputers ip 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 drafling. AP 2232 01 Introduction to Selected TT 8:00-9:50 pm 2 CAD Systems An analysis of several typical commercial computer aided drafting (CAD) systems used on microcomputers. Sludenls will be supplied software, manuals, and instruction on each system to be used, and given drafting assignments designed to promote learning of 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 assignment, 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 for adults seeking to develop a broad, basic familiarity with compuler 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 Basic35mmPhotography Tu 7:00-6:50 pm 1 (Feb. 11 to April 6) 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. Heat capacity, enthalphy change and steam-property evaluation. General energy balance including energy balances with chemical reactions. Heat of solution and mixing. Prerequisite. Applied Chemistry I. QT 1714 01 Written Communications M-F 4:00-4:50 pm 4 wfDevelopmental English This course covers Ihe 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 8:00-9:20 pm Technical Writing applies rhetorical skills to the special writing requirements of business and industry. Course writings will include letter of application, operation manual, proposal, feasibility report, progress report, and research report. Prerequisite Written Communications of equivalent. QT 1413 Supervisory Management TT 4:00-5:20 pm 3 An analysis of Ihe responsibilities of 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 of improving productivity. QT 1523 02 Principles Accounting II TT 8:00-9:20 pm 3 A continuation ol Principles of Accounting I wilh an inlroduction 10 accounting for partnerships and corporations Included are costing, forecasting, deferrals, accruals, plant assets, partnership and corporate form ot business organization, accounting controls, earnings, and dividends. Prerequisite Principles of Accounting I. QT 1622 01 Accounting Applications TT 6:30-7:50 pm 2 The primary objective of the text and supplementary materials is to hnng together the teaching ol fundamental accounting principles and the use of a computerized accounting system Prerequisite Principles of Accounting I Enrollment for the spring 1986 semester will be at the Technology Center Monday, Jan. 13, from 6:45-11:30 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 (Jin. 10,17 It 24) Session »2 Lotu> 1-2-3 Workshop MW 6:45 pm-8:00 pm (Jin. 20-Fab. 5) This intensive workshop will give a workshop knowledge ot the Lotus 1 -23 software package capabilities. It is designed tor beginners as well as intermediate Lotus 1 -2-3 users. Each person will be guided through a series ot exercises focusing on various Lotus operations and applications. Topics include: 1) Basic operations. 2) Formulas. Formatting, Ranges, 3) Editing, Printing, Files. 4) Graphics, 5) Database Management, 6) Whal-ll Analysis, and 7) Macros. Each person will have a microcomputer to worl throughout the training. Enrollment limited to 15. To enroll, call KTI Continuing Education at 825-0275. 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