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SIX IRONWOOD DAItY GIOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHfGAN MONDAY, MAY 17, IMS. 'Computer Art' Is Featured at Ann Arbor Show Ontonagon Briefs A meeting of the Women of the j Ascension Episcopal Church; will be held Tuesday evening at 8 at the church parlors. A meeting of the Westminster! ONTONAGON — Reports on Guild will be held Tuesday eve-j , activities and programs ning at 8 at the chapel of the K " Presbyterian Church. Mrs. P. A.! were B lven at tne rece . nt meeting Study Groups' Council Meets The Doctor Says By W. G. BRANDSTADT, M. D. If your son rebels against summer safety rules It may be because you adopt a "mo t h e r knows best" attitude. A better plan is to remind him that his Erickson will be the hostess i of tne County Council of the ! heroes—be they astronauts or Economics Study Groups \ beseball stars — prepare very Mrs Alvih « Minnca e SS" s Mrl - °™™»'" By JIM NICHOLS Associated Press Writer ANN ARBOR fAPI—Want to help pioneer what may become a new art form? All you need is Talbot. and family. M . „.._,. . paper, ink, a talent for mathe- Petty officer and Mrs. Arnold |Clubs district agent,'and K. J.' matics and computer equipment E. Huuki and daughter, Caro- M o , j a n e n extension direc- worth about a quarter of a mil-line, and son, Chip, formerly ofj tor were pre s en t lion dollars. Virginia Beach, Va., are spend-1 Evaluation of'the recently Computers, which arc rapidly, ing a month's leave visiting his; ne ] d Achievement Day was expanding their roles in the life parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold !made conflicting activities held! of each of us. have chalked up Huuki Sr. and other relatives. down the attendance but the ex- 1 another breakthrough. Works by and friends here. Upon termma-j nib j ts were considered t o be i one of them are being featured lion of his leave, he will be> very good Bergland Pupils To Give Concert BERGLAND — The Bergland High School music department, under the direction of Miss Ruthe Potami, will present its in an art show at a gallery here, assigned to the Cecil Naval Air! "£ ^"reported that Mrs.! JSdS Ma^TtTsoTn "!te TTnrlcr the cnaro.Hmo r)ii-r>r.»inn RnSP flllf! 1PV Wll make their ', _» , _.. ...,,, ,. _ nes>ud J • lvldv 1J - dl ' • ou ul ulc Under the spare-time direction Base and they will make their W urzer of Caspian will of three young men connected home at Jacksonvile, Fla. with the University of Michigan's department of meteorol-i ogy and oceanography, an ana-: log computer turns out color sketches of whales, clowns, dra-i gonflies—as well as abstract de-i signs which can't be readily! described. j And are they good? Prof. Wil-. liam Lewis of the school's art: ONTONAGON - The Rev. A. Luciani has an- available to present a lesson Missionaries to Speak May 18-19 De |high school gym. 011 i Among the selections to be the making of hats this fall. A ! performed by the high school good attendance is hoped for so| Dand , are "Beguine for B a n d" as to make Mrs. Wurzer's trip j by Dale W. Eymann, "Lawrence worthwhile. ; O f Arabia" by Maurice Jarre, The Upper Peninsula Pro-, "High School Cadets" by John gram Planning report will prob- Phillip Sousa, and "Clarinets ably be ready in June. A real Allegro" by Frank D. Cofield. effort will be made to give the The high school chorus will clubs what they desire studywise. sing a variety of songs including Moilanen suggested a planning "Chim Chim Clier-ee" from carefully for every performance and train themselves to meet emergencies. Noting that the leading causes of accidents am o n g school-age children are auto accidents, drowning and burns, a group of physicians at the University of Rochester found that children between the ages of 5 and 14 are the ones most likely to violate safety rules. At that age they are starting to use such adult tools as lawni mowers and sports equipment, yet they resent and tend to Ignore adult advice on safety. Parents should, of course, set! a good example in summer safe-j ty precautions. Here are some; summer hazards and tips forj preventing them: i Children and fireworks don'ti mix. It's a parent's job to seei that youngsters don't have access to them. Use garden chemicals according to directions. Clean insect!- j cide sprayers after each use and' store the containers out of reach j of children, and pets. j If you use a chemical fire star- i ter in your outdoor grill be surei to follow the directions on the; container. Don't spray lighter! Ann Landers . . . Answers Your Problems. Dear Ann Landers: I am funerals and dread It when I married to a man who drowns; n a ve to attend one. Will you tell what everything In catsup. Before we me what makes peo pi c WANT to see others grieving?—P.L.R. Dear P.L.R.: Morbid curiosi- wejre married I noticed Louie's mother always had two bottles on the table and the whole family went for It tike crazy But ty—the same twisted emotion have you ever aeard of catsup tj,at makes some people rush to on fried eggs? Well chat's the \ t ne scene of .on incu eggs? Well chat's I way Louie likes 'em. Lots of 1 people use catsup with French of tne on mashed potatoes, scene , of an accident. One in 50 wants to help—but most accident-chasers wa n t department thinks so. He helped George « i^ 1 "'" ''** ""' session later to complete the pro- M arv Poppins, "God of our Fa- i fluid on a fire once it's started. | get the three a chance to exhibit j flounced that the Rev. and Mrs m scnedule . , - } . lig N gasoline as a fire star- their "computer art' this month'Wallace Rehnei, fust teim mis- .. . . .. . •> at Ann Arbor's Forsythe Gal-! sionaries of the Oriental mission : Sr."STU.'Wi ?f£ X=^,, C ;!*!t, *?*- -. <°» Bless ana Keep T ra » „ Mere- Mrs . Miller reported on the ! times I Feel Like a Motherless recently in "May The Good Lord EMS. s?z &$z = ^^ "^'."•js^r'ixr&n-siss~ : •"• r ° th - ^ niffht. fivp. of t.hp rlrawintrs on Churches May 18 and 19. The.™ ,„ T ,,i., on n nnn ,... n ft~«..: ,._'..__ ,-,,_, , .. _ Ford bought five of the drawings on; Churches the exhibition's opening day -i , munHvi or e us souc e n e 'Will play two piano pie a t prices ranging around $20: at the Wh,te Pine Commu n,1 ty office with a, titled-Maple Leaf Rag each. .Church at 7:30, May 18 and at| tions. Lorraine Fisher, sophom o r e, for the bus should be in the, will play two piano pieces en- unty Extension Office with a i titled "Maple Leaf Rag" by deposit by June 1. It is hoped | Scott Joplin and "Fur Elise" in fact, a lot of people *^\^.^**™K^*™™n%*^rZw^ tromlhe | S^eethoven ently think so. Computer artist, atjne sam_e_nme_._ May 19.^ ^ iCOUnty win be able to attend.; This year the junior high W. Gale Biggs says more than' T" 6 Rehners are presently .in half of the 70 offerings were; the United^ States for one year sold during the three-hour first!"'" " "~~ " ~ ^ "" day of the show. which they will go to Gog o t a, Coin m b i a. They are „.... Mrs. Miller will represent the! school girls chorus will also per- council with her expenses to be j form. It will sing several folk met by the council. A $25 donation was made to Bay Cliff. It was further stipu- . Turning out the "art" involves j equipped to present a stimulat- a fairly complex application of j ing gcture of their ministry by fated that each ctab make a spe- t fairly simple mathematical! colored slides thp i cial effort to contribute to this principle, say Biggs and his fel- During his first teim in the, low "artists," Fred V. Bock and: field . Pastor Rehner was the co- • raisine the fi- «-..i T» «__„:„__ nrrilnntm- nf n nit.v-wirie n a m- ^loposais lor laismg tne H- Paul R. Harrison. ordinator of a city-wide cam nancial status of the council in... >„„:„„ ;„ /-i,,r,.,n«,,i +hn lo^o-oof JmUClMl btttbUb UI UI1C UUUlll;!! Ill- As most high school students i P ai g n m Guayaqui, the largest, charee of 50 cents for know, the different solutions to i city in Ecuador. He and his Sduals att?nd°ne^ extra les a differential equation can be i wife, Betty, directed the youth 1gn0 ' n1svlduals atte ndmg extra les- represented as a series of work of the Ecuadorian Inter- Co ' n . esDondence from CROP points, or a line, on a graph. American Churches. Mrs. Ren- ^°J15 :s _P° n f. en _ c , e JL°_ m -_ CR °f Usually, the more complicated •n equation is, the more com- } tunes and a novelty spirit u a I called "Dry Bones." To close the program, the combined junior high and high school chorus will sing "Gaudea- mus Igitur" from "The Student Prince," and with the band, "The Battle Hymn of the Republic." The public is invited. There will be no admission charge. ner also acted as mission hos- tess secretary. fChristian Rural Overseas Pro- plex is the visual picture of its j solutions. , . . . . .. v ^ ce president of the Association grami which involves the send- served as ing of surplus foods and clothing was received. More information! ter. Don't let anyone mow the lawn while barefooted or lightly shod. Scout Troops Go on Hike When the mower is in use be sure that everyone is out of range of flying pebbles because a pebble struck by a power mower travels at the speed of a bullet. Children and. adults alike should receive an antitetan u s booster every 5 years after the initial series of inoculations. This should be done before summer activities get under way. A nail scratch could be fatal. Install and use safety belts in your automobile. When driving keep a sharp watch for hikers and bicycle riders, especially at dusk. For minor cuts and burns rinse gently in cold tap water. In case of serious injury get professional help immediately. Above all don't panic. 8227 36-52 SHIRTWAIST NEWS- new shirtwaister is a every wardrobe. This on this effort will be coming to, ONTONAGON—Two Junior Now" ask an analoe comnuter'of Inter-American Churches in to draw vou the solutions to one i Ecuador. He has done transla- j tne , club , s - ^ „ „ Girl Scout Troops went on a hike ^r'two or thrle-if ttese cSn «on work in ouayquil and has! Mrs. Miller reported on the sur-| to the Ontonagon Township Saxon Personals Robert Rostollan, who attends »uin. A.. ^UUJM...^ n..^. .."o, ...i-- — °— r LeTourneau College, Longview, Dltcated oroblems And eive it '• a 'so maintained constant contact i P 1 " 5 commodities program as it Park. Activities planned for this Tex., is spending the summer some^colored ink with •which to I ^ radio with Oriental Mission- i J? f e ! n , S aflyanced in other areas, hike were necessary to fulfil 11 vacation at his home. do it The resSt? A nattern l»ry Society missionaries among: Notable in this respect was requirements for a number of; Miss Bonnie Innis, instructor ^ t ^JH25guta BPI Sr~|tt'e Saraguara Indians high tai.^^C^ty^ girls ouilt campfirej^ the.area Madison area, spent large sizes, has a yoked back, and either short or three quarter sleeves. No. 8227 With PATT-O-RAMA is in Sizes 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46, 48, 50, 52. Bust 38 to 54. Size 38. 40 bust, short sleeves, 4'/s yards of 45-inch. To order, send 50c in coins to: Sue Burnett, Ironwood Dally Globe, 407 S. Wacker Drive, Chicago, 111. 60607 For Ist-class mailing add lOc fries—but on mashed potatoes, on i y to look. ! too? | of course it's sick, but noth- i The other night we were at, in g can be done to keep such !the home of friends and some- peo ple away unless the funeral lone mentioned that Louie could - 1S declared private and a guard never be a blood donr because i j s posted at the door with the She probably doesn't have blood j ij s t O f those who have been in—only catsup. This got a b i g V ited. laugh. Then Louie said, "I eat & * <v catsup on everything, even ice D ear Ann Landers: Our cream." school is having a big danc e . With that, the hostess brought i Tn i s i s O ne dance I don't want him a dish of chocolate ice i to miss, no matter what. I'm cream and a bottle of catsup. All, scared to death some creep will eyes were on Louie „ as he ask me and I'll be stuck. On the poured about one-third of the other hand, if I turn the creep bottle on the ice cream. This down I may not get asked by was after three vodka martinis i anyone batter. Then I'd end up and I was hoping he would get | staying home, sick as a dog. But he didn't. I j AS you can see, I am in a ter•A fresh got sick. r j D i e spo t. Any advice? — UN- boon to This morning I phoned our CERTAIN one, in doctor and asked if so much catsup could injure L o u i c ' s; Dear Uncertain: I've never health. He said "I check your; bought the idea that any date is better than one. But why should a girl who is A-l, super-deluxe herself worry about getting snatched up by a creep? Why ! aren't the top guys beating her Now accept the! door down? Clue me. I'm baf- husband regularly. He is in i good condition. Catsup won't i hurt him." What do I do now?! —SEEING RED | Dear Red: fact that Louie is hooked on cats-! fled. up. Keep plenty on hand and' * . * * make no mention of his excess- Ann Landers will be glad to es. When he grows up he won't!help you with your problems, resort to cheap parlor stunts in | Send them to her in care of this an effort to capture an audience, i newspaper enclosing a stamped, for each pattern. Print name, address with zip code, style No. and size. Send 50c today for the Spring don>t na ve to be invited to the tt Summer '65 issue of Basic home of the bereaved after the FASHION our complete pattern funeral—they just go." magazine. I I wish you hadn't printed that, j Ann. In our town we have a ! self-addressed envelope. Dear Ann Landers: In a re-! copyright, ws. Field Enterpruei. inc. cent column you said, "People" Erhard to Call On President Fafford were elected as direc- 1 cou P le of nuttv women who show! WASHINGTON (AP) —Chan- tors on the board. A movie of| u P at everv funeral whether cellor Ludwig Erhard of West the Apostle Islands was shown! they know the family or not. 'Germany will call on President ' They are the first ones in by Clifford Jarvela. Mr. and Mrs. Arvid Swanbeck and Mr. and Mrs. John Bovet, Wausau, visited at the Donald LaFortune home. Next chance thp ™n e v n! the Andes Mountains. ;Cipe folder was published using and cooked their own hambur- a weekend with her parents •ound to suit vourself bv al The Rehners pastored in Iowa the foods and the serving of a gers and potatoes. M r. and Mrs. Gary Auger rtne the eauatioiv. varlablS two y ears anci he was director buffet featuring surplus foods E . J. Reynolds. Rockland, son, Terry, Minneapolis, spei "_?._ l _ i . e - qu * uon . s Canapes, r} r-, oHan T^imai-inn in TUN. The study groups in an initial woodlands manaeer of local oa- wppicpnrt at thn .Tn«pnh ri^n around tering the equation's variables, changing the equation a little, or just plain "diddling around." The result? Computer art. waukie, Ore., for two years. i effort in this direction, will serve Pastor Rehner .said he would! 3 s ] m P' e buffet of cookies etc. woodlands manager of local paper mill, took the girls on their nature hike through the woods. "In a few cases T set out tie 'discuss "the desperate need to I P 8 * 5 , f ™ m sur P lus commodities The girls were accompanied on in d rew cabes. i sei out ae- , ,'___ . .... I in Ontnhpr M,™,. «,,ti,,^. K,, n,« !««,!„,.„ n t *i,« their outing by the leaders of the i would also talk about church and! p ost . wil1 be $5.50 for those at-jert Fitze. liberately to but this is Biggs, a student staff researcher 'Usually; I just keep around until I see . that looks good, and then I work I ia " somThinl i seminary needs in the Ecuador- Ending. Classes in creat i v e j The Brownie Bluebirds also aunieuimg ,,_,,, I stitcherv ceramics and nnssi- uront nn o notm-o iii^o TVIO,. stitchery ceramics and possi- wen t on a nature hike. They on it a little.' . . , . , , Pastor Luciani has extended Often, he adds, the artists don't an invitation to all members bly a short term craft taught. be met at the Community Building i and presented an out-of-door flag know—or care—what equation they're solving. ". . .Just so it looks good." ,...' Okay, so it looks good. But is it,art? "Our idea of art is that it's something which communicates and has aesthetic values," says Harrison, a student. "Our work communicates and it does have aesthetic values. Therefore, it's art. "Now if you ask us if we're attend one of these services. i ner will be served. Each club is iNeuman, 62; Mrs. Philip Broad- artists — that's different," he i went to Mr. and Mrs. Francis Does this mean the artist is about the next victim of automation? Certainly not, say the three young scientists. "The artist can't produce the exactness of the computer." Harrison explains, "but the and friends of the churches to! Tne South-End clubs will host i ceremony. They carried hand : the Fall Rally which will be'kerchief lunches on "hobo i held the third week in Septem- j sticks" and ate on the beach of her impossible. A banquet din-! the pier. They looked at t h e buds and leaves beginning to open on the trees and bushes and picked up rocks and driftwood from the beach. Tehy also recently enjoyed a swimmi n g party at Land O'Lakes. Adults accompanying them on this trip were Mrs. Joseph Derrow, the leaders and Mrs. John Michels, Mrs. Jack Mills. Mrs. Armas Kettunen and Mrs. Alfred Szaroletta. Top Half Scores in Bridqe Matches Told ! to P re Pare identification tags ^»T^»T.^.^»T T * ,. . 1 which should be large enough to ONTONAGON -It was Master be easil seen Tab f e decorBwill Point Night recently at the reg- be arra * ged by tne Maple Leaf nlof eoeeirm r\f thr» nnnlinQ f f* . . __ . l *-»-*.**, ular session of the Duplica t e Bridge Club with the point awarded to Dr. William Strong and Nolan Olson with a score of 65'A. Other top half scores computer can't draw portraits of scenes." "The machines only do what we tell them to," adds Biggs. "The equipment costs more than most artists can afford (about $350,000). And it's not only the price. I don't think there are many scientists who •re real artists, either.". j Briggs, Harrison and Brock j all stress that their artistic endeavors are only spare-time ac-j tivities. In fact, the computer •rt show was planned as a project to raise funds for student activities in the department. "I enjoy this," grins Harrison, "but I don't think I'll ever give up being a scientist to be •n artist. "A computer can be used either as a serious research tool or as a plaything," he adds. "I don't know anyone who does either one exclusively. "Besides." Harrison says. "sometimes progress conies from just playing around." land, Mrs. Merlin King, 60'/2; Mr. and Mrs. Russell Baullinger, 54M;; Mrs. James Halama and Mrs. T. H. Wilcox, 52V 2 . At the May 12 session, 15 pairs partici p a t e d with top scores going to: Mrs. Walter Klapperich, Mrs. C. L. Marley, 83V2; Mrs. Merlin King, Mrs. Marvin Heinske, 83; Dr. and Mrs. John Erickson, Tony Vukelich, 79! Henry Plutchak, Dick Plutchak, 77; Mr. and Mrs. Francis Neuman, 76; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hoefferle, 73'/i>; Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Munro, 73'/i. Club. The Fairoaks Club will make arrangements for the banquet. Program will consist of films on the Far East which it is hoped will be one of the studies for the new club year which begins in September. The council will recess for the summer months to convene on Tuesday, Sept. 14. DISTINCTION "Privilege of the floor" in the the church, always getting as close to the family as possible so they can see how everybody is taking it. If there is a service at the cemetery they are right there—rain or shine—standing at the grave, gawking and rubber- House of Representatives meon*! necking. If a widow or mother the privilege of being in the faints, their day is comp 1 e t e. and spent a weekend at the Joseph Clement home. Terry Bourdages, Barnv eld, Wis., spent a weekend at the Edward Fafford home. Mr. and Mrs. David Ylen and children of St. Paul are spending a week at the George Ylen home. Mr. and Mrs. John Wyzlic and son, Antigo, spent a weekend with her parents, the Leo Faffords. Mr. and Mrs. John Innis and son of Paynette visited at t h e Rod Anderson home. Mrs. Rosalie Organist, who is employed in Minneapolis, visited her parents. Mr. and Mrs. George Baker, Mrs. Russell Bluse and fam i ly have returned from Milwaukee and Chicago where they spent several days with friends and relatives. The annual meeting of the| Saxon Co-op store was held Sat-! urday night, May 1. Elden Belanger, George Gillen and Edward chamber while the House is in session. Only a member r e cognized by the speaker "has the floor". Then they crowd into the car of a relative because they know a free meal is in sight. Speaking for myself, I hate) USE DAILY GLOBfi WANT-ADS Johnson early next month, White House press secretary George E. Reedy has announced. Erhard will be visiting the United States to receive an honorary degree from Columbia University. His call at the White House will be an informal one, Reedy said Friday in confirming a long-standing rumor of a Johnson-Erhard meeting. THRU MAY 29TH FAMOUS "TRACERY" TRIO Sister Cities Plan 1968 Tri-Centennial SAULT STE. MARIE (AP) — The chambers of commerce of this city and the sister city ofi Sault Ste. Marie, Ont. agreed j Wednesday to sponsor a tri-i centennial in 1968 marking the | 300th anniversary of the found-! ing of the two cities. COMING TUESDAY.... Arco Coffee's new Mobile Redemption Center will be in this area Tuesday. Count your Arco Premium coupons. Check the schedule below. Job Corps to Hire 1,000 Young Men DETROIT (AP) — One thousand young men are needed for both city and rural work in the Job Corps, says the Michigan Employment Security Commission. Director Thomas Roumell said MESC recruitment replace* the previous method of applying to the Peace Corps in Washington, D.c. Ever use small-curd cream- •iyle cottage cheese for stuffing "ery ribs? Sprinkle with ppped ' nuts or paprika. Glidden 58' Mellen . 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