Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 19, 1969 · Page 14
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 14

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Saturday, April 19, 1969
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14 · Northwttt Atlanta* TIMES, Saturday, April 19,19M MVITTtVltLI. AMCANM* Illegal Arsenal Seized An unidentified U.S. Treasury a sent examines some uf the 1,000 submachine guns seized in a raid on the home of a Cnlllnsvillr, 111., man recently paroled from a federal prison for firearms violations. Agents seized the arms Thursday al the home of Richard Lauchli, Jr., a former Min- utemun, and at a farm on the edge of Collinsville, nine miles east of St. Louis. (AP Wirc- fihotft} Economy May Feel Inflation Pressures For A Long Time Where Viewers Become Part Of Sculpture CHICAGO (API -- The viewer becomes part of the design of an electronic sculpture shaped back and front like a huge television screen. The work, "Contact: ' Cybernetic Sculpture." by Les Levine was shown Friday for the first time. It has an 8-foot-high convex plastic bubble on each side. Behind them are nine television monitors and four television cameras which transmit onto the screens images of the viewer standing in front of the sculpture. Each television monitor is covered with a sheet of different colored acrylic plastic, and the camera lenses are focused at varying distances so that the i iewer appears in different! sizes and perspectives. Superimposed over the image of the viewer are alternating i-iews of activities of Gulf Western Industries, which com- riissioned the sculpture for its lew building, under construe .ion on Columbus Circle in New York. VIEWER PROVIDES INPUT "The viewer provides the in- ut which comos back to him as output." Levine said. Levine. 32. was born in Dubin, studied in London and lived 'or a while in Toronto before becoming a resident of New York. He told an interviewer nt the By JACK LEKLEIf Al* Business Writer N K W YORK ( A P I - - The economy is likely to Fee! thc pressures of inl'Intion for s u m c i l y cent Nixon lias espoused a policy or "gradualism" in attacking the problem. reports on the consistent- robust economy cover the lime to come on the basis of [gross national product, indus- cnrrcnt business performance. I trial production, personal in- Leading economic indicatorsiconic, consumer spending, in continue to reflect a high level iventories. automobile sale?,, of a c t i x ity. And w h i l e the government has t a k e n steps to .stem i n f l a t i o n by l i g h t e n i n g monetary and budget policies and indicated i!s intention to continue to act. Pri?si- Stock Market Range steel production and shipments --and corrugated box production expectations. The Nixon administration didn'i see any reason in these figures to cause it to depart From its announced course. STATISTICS Commenting on statistics ;howing March business, results, i government economist said. "We aren't setting policy today to take care of March figures but to assure that the figures for October aren't so steamy." Me expressed the opinion that what is required is a "little pa tiencc and perseverance" in nit the administra lion's established policies. Rut Andrew V. Brimmer, a ,,,,. ,,,,,,,. ,.r^ ,r, . i i member of the independent \K\\ Y O R I v f A P V - T h n stock| pe(|era , Rcs(Tve Bo .,,. d] SU( ,. market spent most of the past week d r i f t i n g in a fairly narrow range except for one session in grated the drastic action of in creasing the 10 per cent corpo rale income tax surcharge to which it tool; a sharp loss- alter j poss jb|y I5 por ccn( ,f necessary t h e previous w e e k s V i e t n a m | t r , ( |., in|x ,,, lhc . t .. lpitil] Rontls ncaci-hopc rally failed to follow ' | ) ( m m ,., ( , s a j r i j n ;) specch ^ , hc lnr.'1'Bh. I.American Bankers Association Some analysts had hoped thc| l h , | t u u . ()ul(] h( , h( , lk , r . (,,.,,, S11S . peace reports w h i c n lueled t h c i p r , n d i n g ,),,, 7 ppl . ,. ollt invp , t . mhrki-t lo a "mid gain the wi-e-k ! m c n t (ax credit to corporations. before vnuld c o n t i n u e to s t m i i i - j ADDITIONAL R E V E N U E late i rading activity. "But no s i g n i i i c a n t n e w s broke o\x-r the weekend I.arry \Vaclllel. a Bache vice president, said. i p a r k e l just surl nf ; A'iien tile N'nrlh K BILL LARSON . . oj Seventh Step Foundation Larson Named Guest Speaker Al Arts Center SPRINGDALE -- Bill Larson, head of the Seventh Step Foundation in Topeka. Kan. will speak at the Springdale Fine Arts Center at 8 p.m. Thursday, April 24. The Foundation serves as a rehabilitation center for ex-convicts and seeks to prevent crime and delinquency. Larson, who served more than 20 years in prisons across the country and in Canada, is the subject of "Hear Me. Barbraa," written by Bill Schul and published by Hubert Publications. CONSULTANT Schul is consultant in the de- preview of his work at thclpartment of preventive psychi- Museum of Contemporary Art. airy at the Menninger Founda- 'It is unreasonable in this date and age when there is so much ntercommunication with every- ixidy that art should be housed in a little room by itself.' It is the kind of art which attracts the involvement of the spectator which lias been a major locus in exhibitions at the Museum of Contemporary Art. Levine said. "Art galleries by nature have been so traditional that it is almost impossible to do anything avant garde in them." IMPORTANT For this reason, he says, he t h i n k s industrial commissioning of art is important. "Gulf Western and others who don't have pretensions of knowing what art is are more adventurous than those who Ihink they know what art is," he said. The sculpture will be placed in the lobby of Gulf Western's new building so that persons passing by will interact \vith the sculpture and with each other by way of the television screens. tion. lias served as youth director in Kansas for five years, is immediate past president of the Kansas Council for Children and Youth and is a poet and newspaperman. The author and publisher. Mrs. Florence Hubert Wray of Fayettcville will also be present for the lecture. Larson, who has lectured to churches. schools, organi/a- tions and pre-release classes in prisons, discusses prison systems, police and politics. FREE ADMISSION His appearance is sponsored by the Springdale Fine Arts As snciation. There is no admission charge. Larson will also speak at tiie noon luncheon of the Fayetteville Jaycces at the Holiday Public Invited To Dedication The public has been issued an invitation to attend the dedication Sunday of the James E. Pomfret Housing Center at the University of Arkansas. Ceremonies start at 2 p.m., with an open house. A reception scheduled to follow at 2:30 p.m. T h e co-educational housing c o m p l e x , built at a c o s t of $4,180,000 and opened to students in the fall of 1967, is named in honor of James E. Pomfret. the late vice president for business at the University. He died Sept. 13. 1967. The Housing Center has separate dormitory wings for men and women students, who share common dining and recreational facilities. It has a capacity for 402 men and 406 women students. It is located at California Drive and Razorback Road. SANGERS TO LEAVE AREA the Adrian Sangcrs who have lived here for the past 14 years will be leaving Fayetteville in the middle'of May. Sanger has accepted a managerial position with the Joe Weisman Department Store in Marshall, Tex. Mrs. Sanger is director of nurses at City Hospital. Their daughter, Linda, who graduates from the University of Arkansas at the end of this semester will remain in the Northwest Arkansas area where she has accepted a position with the Rogers School faculty. iniiiiniiiuiaiiiiiiniiiuiuniitniEiiiuimiiiiaiu iudrim Society nnWHBe Shown AIM "Designs for Survival," is the subject for the last in t h e series of five Audubon Wildlife films sponsored this year by the Ozark Society, University Department of Zoology and the National Audubon Society. The film, narrated by William A. Anderson will be shown at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday in the Science-Engineering Auditorium on the University campus. Tickets are available at Collier Rcxall Drug Store or from Mrs. Douglas A. James, Department of Zoology at the University. The film will also be shown on the same date at Woodland Junior High School. Andcnn at McLean. to..1Mt produced a striking film revealing the intricate balance in Nature In equipping animals to cope with environments. Designs for feeding, movement, protection and reproduction in nature are illustrated in the col- The TIMES U The Beit Buy For Your Advertising Dollar t Your Wedding P TUXEDO Fashion Rents M2W. Dickson 442-5611 at S p.m. the same conduct an informal Inn and day will session at the Deep End coffee Shop at the Presbyterian Center on the University of Arkansas campus. All interested persons are invited to attend the informal session. No One Knows For Sure When First Baseball Game Played an-.e along, it moved i n t o t h i s He said such a boost in the l ' )0i ", ( ; I corporate tax surcharge would bring the government an addi- t i o n a l ?2 billion in revenue a nd Ihe d r i l l e d . | B r i m m e r warned t h a t t h e mil neiflent i] on ]. r (ir continued i n f l a t i o n a r y Co. The incident Wachlul referred to was North Korea's shooting down of a U.S. N a v y p l a n e with pressures "must necessarily mean t h a t a s u b s t a n t i a l degree of credit restraint w i l l have to By FRANK ECK AP Neusfcatures Sports Editor For the second time in its history major league baseball is celebrating a centennial year and you will find some historians saying (a) the 100th birthday is one year too late (b) 30 years too late (c) 40 years too iate. or (d) the true centennial in sports really belongs to football. her which teams are in which division. For instance, Chicago is in the western division in one league and the eastern division of the other. The American L e a g u e White Sox play 18 games with teams in the west while the National League Cubs play 18 games with teams in the cast. They meet teams in opposite divisions only 12 times. SCHEDULES The St. Louis Cardinals have be maintained well into the Fu brought to America from Eng- No one around today actually [always been considered a \vcst- can tell ou u l i e n the first g a m e j c r n team yet they are playing of baseball was played. The in the National League's east- game is supposed to have been ture Hand in the I700's when it was il men aboard over the Sea of | i n n ( l ] prn( i,, t .t l n l a ] n [ n ]\ K , m ,is l a p a n . Investor concern ovcr|,., m ] s e r v i c o s - - i n the firs.t q u a r 'hr possible consequences that [,,,. ,,f t |,i s yra ,. |, ;l( ] s t n m g i n f l a - 1 ' result I r i n n Ihe incident ti, m -u-y i m p l i c a t i o n s . The gam bn. The increase of lho_gross na ; P a lled rounders. And that was Ion" before Dr. Oliver Wendell Holmes told of playing a game of baseball at Harvard in 1829. ,nf ? l f i l)i!liuii In art a n n u a l rate l;rrs r=;iifl. nnrl t h r Dn\y .Jnncs in-|,,[- j^ j bj]|i,in \\;is below the advances in each q u a r t e r of 1f)(lfi r l u s t r i i t l average wliich been off rraclionally Monday and Tuesday lost Mf pninls in Wednesday's sossinn. !·'KAKS KASKI) Investor I'enrs. liuwcvi-r, \UTC cased T h u r s d a y by ;ulininistr;i tion indications t h a t it \ \ n u l d deal w i t h the inallrr t h r o u g h d i p l o m a t i c a c t i i m ratlin 1 th:m m i l i t a r y r e t a l i a t i o n , a n d t h e Dn\v posted l i n y tfains in the l i n n l t w o ros^inus. Us t o t a l loss !or t h e work w;i:; ( V f i l as it Hosed fit ['2-1.I12. compared \ \ i t h n ( i n i n nl f i . l f i in the previous uTt'k. \Vaelitel said comlihnns "hasi r a l l y s t i F l i i i L ' investor e n t l m - siasin continued to be a lack of · solid ne\\s on peace in Viel eonstani concern and u m n e l i i r y re b u t nevertheless was impres-i where day. Baseball celebrated its first centennial .')0 years ago with the dedication ol the Hall of Kame at Cooperstown, N. Y., in 1833 Abner Uouble- I0-vcar:old West Point He Chose The Wrong Bank P A I . I S A U K S . C a l i f . Deniso Ilutkoskie , laid out the first baseball Caclel f i e l d . SIGNIFICANT EVENTS ern section, while the Cincinnati Reds, three slates east of Missouri, are in the i\L western section. To m a i n t a i n a Hi2 g a m e schedule each team will play the five other teams in its division 18 games. Each club will play teams in the opposite division 12 times. The unbalanced schedule is a historical first. The break from tradition seen in some quarters as a boost to west coast baseball attendance. Some ' A C I F I C ( A I M -- hasebal managers and National League Green general managers are seeking I ' is calling this professional,to have their players w e a r baseball's 100th year and itslshortcr sideburns to get away cover contains prints of It) men lo, l-'rank." she said. you 1 .'" "l-'ine." he replied, the money." Miss Rutkoskie. 2 1*2..'171 and called poll t h e m her sister' friend had jus . . ,. . ^ i s o t l l e in heards and mustaches "ed M-'-'il S v'in.s'cir -""" I' 1 "-"' 1 ' j " lr ' (i9 ' Ycl ' in thc (dei ,il .Saungs to. s . ]mc ?0 |);if , ( , ))()() |. (||lder .. si( ,. n i f i e a n t events in baseball from the hip|)ie But there's nothing in thc ; Thursday to sec a bandit. "Hoi- Furthermore, the long side- his-; burns remind people of the tin- lory" Ihe first item says: |type days of 100 years ago. And . j 1(1-15--Knickerbocker Baseball I the player who can't hit needs t l l m m l o , C l i i h nf N'ew York became firstlsiimelhing I n attract altcntion. team to be organi/ed. i II also tells about the f i r s t . lolling f o r m e r boy robbed her he look $7-l:" ; at gunpnint March 2V. When F r a n k Snn.ley. 2.1. drove into his Kaiila Monica garage! nam and n\cr Fiscal strain'.." Investor cuncerii w i t h t h e s e ; issues arc "gi\ renewed a t t a i n i a . " accordiim lo W r i g h t A d v i j Miry Report^ SPLIT l'l-'.l!S(t\Al.lTY "The market's split perse,nali · ly." Wright said, "nnu a l t e r - ! nates between o p t i m i s m grner alcd by hope of acceler-itini; D . . d e e s c a i a l i o n in V i e t n a m , and KOfriCvcrsI depression slemming f i - n n i l'oar| HOURS. N.M. CAP1 of d i s i n f l a t i o n a r y 'mer k i l l ' . pl- of bird dogs lose t h e i r t e m p o r a r y 1IIWI the inss ,,,. being played at N 1 .J in I It-Hi .And in Cincinnati Red .Stock recogni/ed. in b o I d the first professional Sooner or later, both w i l l conic lo pass: but the odds arc the- last shall he I h e first." he f o l l o w i n g year Cincinnati . w o n all till games and was un ed nn suspicion of armed rob 'defeated. And this is the basis ben. c ,f this year's celebration. There Police said Sundey gave u p : is some doubt as to how many J2.:i71 cNcept for Sl.SOl) he n s c d l g a m c s Ihe l i e d Stockings t h a t aflernnoii as a down pay i p l a y c d . One source says they played ."ill. i n c l u d i n g one lie. The tlreen B o o k says they played (i!) and won them a l l . .NKl.'s niKTHDAY ,.,, When lf)7fi comes along base three liours l a t e r he was arrest lit on his new ear. U n t i l they do. Waehlel said. ' i h a l l probably w i l l have another , , , . , , , ,,, , '' centennial iiecause t h a t \ e a r t h a t t h e Ilobbs C o u n t r y .lub. , m ,,,, lh( , ,,,,,,,, ., mnlvfr!ut ;.y ,, f I h e relricvors, w h o tt-.-ind.-r.-dl,,,,, N -.,t J l l M i l , ,.,,.,,,,,,,. .,-,,,, A l m , r ' in and tnok up residence in llir' i ( ,. i n [. P ,, BUO 'didn't' start golf course area recently, wore through much of t h i s year is out t h e i r welcome when they be | ""if'therc is any confusion about l i k e l y to continue.' |i!an picking up well hit g o i r j c c l c h r a l i n n s thi- one baseball is The stock market cloud i t s l i - j balls and r e t u r n i n g them to golf | p ,-nmoling Ibis \.-ar comes at nal session w i t l i a l i n y a i h a n c c . |er"- ,a good l i m e . There are now 2-1 W a l l Street fell invi"- madc cautious by tilling weekend as well as by s t a t e - nicnls by President \ i \ m i t h a t administration decisions on lax reform and Ihe '/ per cent investment credit would not IM- announced until Ihe followuiK week. WKKK'S VOI.UMF, Volume fnr Ihe week totaled t,. r i06,000 .shares, compared with · Rnln of .3 (lie previous week. Th« New York Stock I major league learns w i t h two K x h c n a g e index of some 1.200 six team d i v i s i o n s in each common slocks was off .2ft a t , l e a g u e . , r ili..Vi. compared with a .-III g a i n II w i l l t a k e I In- average fan Ihe week before. And Standard abonl half Ihe season to r.-mem Poor'.'; MIO-stnck index (lipped .'11 to 101.24. Un- week before il had been up .!I7. Occidental Petroleum again was the mosl nelive stock on the New York exchange, closing at off '/i. Brokers a t t r i b u t e d its Activity lo continued hie- block Irr.dinR. Jt lennites? Rodents? 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