Viewpoints : Downsizing America's Defense Industry JON B. KUTLER, JON B. KUTLER is a vice president and head of the Los Angeles office of Wasserstein Perella & Co., an investment banking firm. A former U.S. Navy lieutenant, he is responsible for the firm's relations with aerospace and defense clients. and
WILD THINGS : An Urban Bestiary WILLIAM JORDAN and PENELOPE MCMILLAN, Introduction by PENELOPE MCMILLAN. William Jordan is a writer/biologist. His book of essays on animals and humans will be published next fall by North Point Press. Penelope McMillan is a Times staff writer.
New Owner Can Evict You to Move In Relative KEVIN POSTEMA, Postema is editor of Apartment Age Magazine, a publication of the Apartment Assn. of Greater Los Angeles, an apartment owners' service group. Mail your questions on any aspect of apartment living to "Rentformation", Apartment Ass n. of Greater Los Angeles, 621 S. Westmoreland Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90005-3995. and
Revolutionary Years: Comparing 1848, 1989 H. Stuart Hughes, H. Stuart Hughes, professor emeritus of history at UC San Diego, is the author of "Sophisticated Rebels: The Political Culture of European Dissent 1968-1987"(Harvard University Press)
Lines for a Young Wanderer in Mexico John Logan, From "John Logan: The Collected Poems" (BOA Editions, 92 Park Avenue, Brockport, NY 14420: $30; 517 pp.; 0-918526-64-7). Logan was born in Red Oak, Iowa, in 1923 and died in San Francisco in 1987, survived by his wife Guinevere and their nine children. A poet and the teacher of other distinguished poets, Logan was also a critic and editor. His last two books, "Only the Dreamer Can Change the Dream" and "The Bridge of Change," published simultaneously in 1981, won both the William Carlos Williams Award of the Poetry Society of America and the Lenore Marshall Prize of the New Hope Foundation and The Nation magazine. "Lines for a Young Wanderer in Mexico" 1960, John Logan. Reprinted by permission of BOA Editions