Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 14, 1976 · Page 8
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 14, 1976
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Northwest Arkansas TIMbS, Wed., April 14, W/0 F A Y K I l K V R L r , A K K A N S A S By Space Scientist Life 100 Years From Now Seen One hundred years from now, |\yill ever encounter other dvi- Americans may well be living lizalions, . h e . said, is the in a giant space station, large question of "Do civilizations as enough to hold 100,000 persons they advance hold ^within their and capable of sustaining itself core llieir own suicide?" If not, for indefinite periods of time, the space scientist said, ."we This description of "Life 100 should, in our lifetimes, be in cars From Now" was offered _ contact with other move art- ancecl civilizations." : As _conlribiUions of the space deuce, Dr. Downs cited · th'e nowledge gained about wea- er and earthquakes through e use of high-level photo- ^·aphy. "We are able to predict ·ealh'er patterns six months in dvance," Downs said, I-ikc- vise.'lie i m l e d ' t h a t high-level, ifra-reri ·'photography ' from pace tlgihts had photographed he San Andreas and Gerlach Faults in CuUfornia.Th rough the use of space-stations, (Sicse cnti be. monitored, he said, and cicntists will be able io fore by Dr. William R. . Downs of the Lyndon B. Johnson Spuce Center at Houston, TeNas, In an address. to members of the University ofArkansas Fayelte- v i 1 1 e campus Development Council meeting here. 1 . :'The Development - Council ' heard reports' on the University's progress' and needs front Dr".i Charles E. Bishop. University.. president." as well as from student leaders members and faculty Dr. Down? spoke to the group ' at a noon luncheon Monday, in I : the Arkansas Union: He * :" described to the group "some of ;'. the scientific breakthroughs ; that'resulted Erom t h e manned * · space flight program and pro* ,' jected some of the develon- j ments. of -the future. "I am * '.'· always utterly amazed- at the * ^ things that are going on ! " ' '. science," he said. ', Although Dr. Downs said that ; the "space exploration program I '. had proven that "We are alone * Jn our own solar system." he * said the likelihood of other civi » 'Hzutions existing in other sys * terns was a real possibility. Tin t . central question ot whether we knou hat' we h a v e at least 21 days rom the t i m e I but action shows phs until he said. tests in ast earthquakes.. "We ip in these photographs earthquakes begin." *·- he called a "rtirect" appeal" to the Council for help in equipping the addition to the Fine Arts Center. This addition, which ifTlie^carnpiis iirhieVtumcdiiiio will bouse the pc],urU\icnt of included the establish- Music, will provide space tliat menl of ;t 1eimiiM'- · " ]s -"I'gcntU needed, ' Di center which woutd make Itishop said h o w e v e r , mune\ i s » audio-visual f n c i I i I i P s and needed to purchase mstiume.its and other equipment 'The Music ' Department estimates ~~ - -·- '^ lil ^ vve - sliould t)e spending programs "for"both'The" ; sVw ami niore than balf a million dollars the fast Icn'rners, he said, and o» the insliumentation needed w o n I d provide remedial f ° r a .. tP Ihil music programs and accelerated iii-|program. Dr. B i s h o p ; j slruclion. A n o t h e r . n e e d , ' wliich Dr. Bishop termed "urgent," ,is ;m they declared that "Knowledge Bishop told the group earlier that prolrities tor development learning materials available "to all teachers '.ind students." This center .would concentrate on as proven in , improved hcility for presentations in the performing arts. He said thai several alternates are being considered for nu adequate auditorium or concert luill on campus. This is important,' lie said, because the Fay- ettcville campus "has the opportunity to become the c u l t u r a l center for ia sizeable region ot the country." ; New officers elected by the Council were J.W. Bellamy of Pine Bluff, council -clinirniah; H. L. Ilembree . I I I . - of Fort . . Smith, chairman of the executive board of the council and Cecil Powers of Parks, Okla.. chui r man of the newlv formed N a t i o n a l Committee; Harold Ohlcridorr of 'Osceol'i is the outgoing chairman of the · Sunrise Service Set At Eureka K U H K K A SPRINGS - T h e aiiniiiil tester Sunrise' Service . i l l le held nl llic scene of llic Passion Play here beginning n a.m. Sunday..Speaker.will ilio ll«v. Klmer Gricra 1 , pnslor ot Kirsl Hapllsl Church of Gci'ryvillc. Spcdkcrs' will be, on Itic steps of Hie main tcmplc.'iof Ine Inging area, for (he passion lay. The congregation will bo cnletl in the ampliillieatcr. A joint clioir composed. 01 ingcrs from various churches n (lie area will provide music. f e i i x Lundgfcn will direct Ilie choir and Mrs; Vieki Lundgren ill he ]iianist. Tile |)ublic is iuviLcl.; r. _^ council and Favelleville Ellr Shelton ot is the former Craft Demonstrations Mexico." In discussing what be called 'the destiny of human life on earth." Dr. Downs defended 1 , science and technology' from critics, "Turn not your backs/ on technology," he urged. "Technology is the only hope of mankind, 1 -' He said that the Greeks had thousands of years ago i\lrs._ Helen Kohhlus," demonstrates a table model luitm nhd weaving techniques to s t u d e n t s at \ViuidlaiMl Junior High School. The demonstration was part of the school library's observances at Nu l i u n u l Library Week. Worn! curving, 'candle making a n d spinning were alsn ' demonstrated and early models of cimuti-as, telephone 1 ,!),*, micro- scopL's mid phonographs were displayed. The observance's w e r e directed hy Mrs. P mhi Howard, schnol librarian. Billye's Maternity Shop, Inc. "Everything for the Expectant Mother" O])cn 10-5 Mon.-Sal.L : 502 W. Emma, Springdale 751-1474 · Cash Campaigns For Mandatory Sentences For Hand Gun Usage ! ! ... Candidate tor stale Attorney ; · General, Clarence Cash, said i = ! - :Monday,thal he advocates raan- 7 i datory five-year prison sen- ' · ten'ces, without parole, tor per . · 'sons comncted of committing a 1 " ; felony with a hand gun. - ^ Cash,who was campaigning :-. in Northwest Arkansas earlier : this week, is competing against ' Bill Clinton and George O. ; Jernigan in the May 25. Demo" i cratic primary (election. ; Cash is the current Deputy - i ' Attorney General in: charge 01 " : consumer prolectipn.* .The 3a- - · year-old Little Rock candidate * : said his stand oh the mandatory *-j sentence stems from his past 2*~ experience as a chief investiga: : f lor for the Pulaski County p r o ; ':. -· secuting attorney ; · -· "It L seemed . owipus to us at · " ·'. that time that in the criminal - - community there is a general - : .Jceling that you (the criminal) - /are going to 'get oEf, or even 1: if you are convicted, there is f r v a good chance you will be; ~ fJ paroled soon because the pri- ^ sons are so crowded," Cash "' said. ' -' ;' ; - · · - " T h a t ' s ' n o t ' a very good rea- - · son for paroling criminals," he ':. '··- added. "If we need a new pri- 1 son system, then we should get ,1: one." He said he saw the fivc- * · year mandatory sentence as a - :· deterrent to crime, and recog- nizcd that severe. Cash said he also agreed with Governor Pryor's call for a time parole board for Arkansas prison system. the Cash prefers the mandatory- '· - sentence approach rather than -' a gun-control approach to the " problem of rising ' crime because he feels gun control "is impractical and impossible to achieve." As Deputy Attorsey .General charge of consumer affairs, " p " b ' Cash said he began probe ~ * ; to. determine why Arkansas C · consumers pay more for eye-1 work. Z'.' glasses than do consumers i n ' ~ : surrounding states. He pinned -^- ^the reasos to the stale law that - · has banned advertising the ?! - p r i c e of eyeglasses. As expects result of this. Cash the Law .-:. repealed. He said he thinks all 'Z slate laws that ban advertising £, should be repealed, and noted % thai it Arkansas doesn't do it, - the Federal .Trade Commission Prominent In U,S, View Africa Becoming More WASHINGTON (AP) - With Africa becoming more prominent in lri« American public's world vfev, 1 , more U.S. cities are seeking peoole to^people "sister city" tics with communities in A f r i c a . Concern over Angola and the prospect of more f i g h t i n g is southern Africa has heightened interest in developing c u l t u r a l and educational exchange programs, which involve local gov ernmenls, chjrches, schools, hospitals, labor unions, civic groups and businessmen. (Jnder the aegis of Sister Cities International, a Washington-based organization partly funded hy the State Department, 2o U.S. cities, including Baltimore, Cleveland. Denver, K a n s a s City and l-os Angefes, are now affiliated with cities in Africa. Eight more American cities have issued f o r m a l invitations to African cities as a prelude io finalizing their ties. fn addition, more t h a n 3D U.S. cities have requested Fit-In The UA president made what OPEN DAILY 9:30-9:30, CLOSED SUNDAY WED., THURS., FRI., SAT. 4 DAYS ONLY! Men's SHORT SLEEVE Men's. SPOR! DRESS SHIRTS Boys polyesler/colton sport shirls in short sleeved ass.orl: ed prints. Sizes 8 - 1 8 . Men's polyester double knit sport cools. Ast. paste! solids 8, plaids. Great for Easter. Sizes 36-46. Men's short sleeve'dress shirt of polyester/ cotton permanent press Assorted stripes prints. Sizes S-Xl CLARENCE CASH advertising m.ikes . prices . go ( Men's DRESS SLACKS Men's LEISURE SUITS Cash noted that he has (aken leave of absence from his General in order to .campaign. He said he. is doing his cam-' HIKIN' HARRY 27 MB. BUNNIES author of''"Consumer Alert , a than 70 newspapers around the 4 Days Only Save,on rich solid milk chocolate bunnies. 11 oz. hollow chocolate slate. The column is written to[ help protect consumers against; On : f h e question^ oT the proposal to change _ the right-to-1 work protection of the state' Con.slilulion, Cash said he'could not support the present e f f o r t s JAM PACK Tootsie Toy by organizer] labor to require union membership in order to should not be based on mem EGGS Foil wrapped 3.75 oz. Our 'i For Rot). 7U Pkg. of 10 Asked ahoul his position the stale's Freedom of f n f o r - j mation law. Cash replied that Mn's long-sleeved leisure *hirta. 100% poly- sler. Available in :bpld prints. Greal for etsure wear. Sizes S-XL. Men's polyester double knil slacks, Available in assorlec! brlghls pastel plaids. Sizes 40. the taw protected · amendments that; might return us to the old Dark Ages of A r k a n s a s Girls' FuM Sizes 10-4 MChildren's · Sizes the - sentence Is' paigning by himself and without " a statewide organization The candidate feels he is best, known by the people as the from from Sister Cities Internationa] in finding a city to a f f i l i a t e with in Africa- according to Jerry L, Dreu, director of the organization's "Emphasis A f - rica" program. 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