Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on March 10, 1966 · Page 17
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PAG II T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N THURSDAY, MARCH 10. They Plan to Teach -UA Photo Discussing their future on the UA campus are these three winners of Woodrow Wilson fellowships. Left to right are Kirch T. McDonald, Geoffrey A. Clark and Charles C. Bowden. The fourth fellowship winner, Peter C. Viviano, now is studying in California. Fellowships Go To Four At UA '. Four students from the Uni- ;versity of Arizona have won fellowships given to undergraduates who plan a college teach-jug career. ' They are Charles C. Bowden and Kirk T. McDonald, both of : :Tucson; Geoffrey A. C l a r k , : Southampton, Pa., and Peter C. iViviano, Catskill, N.Y. 1 McDonald, son of UA cloud physicist Dr. James E. McDonald, is studying physics. Bowden and Viviano received their fellowships in history and Clark is a student of anthropology. There were 1,408 students from 380 schools chosen for the fellowships this year on a competitive basis. The fellowships pay tuition, Liuzzo Killing Suspect Dies BESSEMER, Ala. -- OB-- William Orville Eaton, 41, one of three Ku Klux Klansmen charged with murder in the Grand Jury Was Thirsty NEW ORLEANS - UPI Criminal Dist. Judge Oliver P. Schulingkamp told the grand jury that the widespread habit for downing a few drinks with lunch -- which the city pays for--will stop. Why? Because another judge cited statistics for an eight- month period during which grand jurors drank $723.65 worth -of "beverages," including 99 cups of coffee. ' "If the rest of the beverages : were iced tea," he said, "the )jurors were apparently groggy from the over - consumption of tea and could not give fan: consideration to their deliberations." slaying of civil rights worker Viola Gregg Liuzzo died of a heart attack today. Eaton reportedly was stricken at his home early today and was dead on arrival at a hospital. Eaton and fellow Klansmen Eugene Thomas of Bessemer ana Collie Leroy Wilkins Jr. of Fairfield, all of the Birmingham area, were convicted by a federal court in Montgomery last fall of conspiracy charges. They were accused of conspiring to violate the constitutional rights of persons taking part in 1965 voter right demonstrations in the Selma-Mont- gomeryarea. They received prison sentences of 10 years each; Their attorney said an appeal is planned The state indicted the three Klansmen for murder last year in the highway slaying of Mrs. Liuzzo. The wife of a. Detroit labor leader was shot to death in Lowndes County the night of March 25, 1965, while ferrying participants in the Selma- to-Moritgomery voter rights march. $2,000 and allowances for dependents. Receiving honorable mention at ,the University of Arizona were Nancy D. Cozad, Morgantown, W. Va., a geology student, and David P. Libbey, Branford, Conn., an anthropology student. 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Margaret Bryant. Mr*. Fortune had left her Patagonia, Ariz., home Sunday by jet liner for the coast. Another daughter, Elizabeth, is a Douglas schools faculty member. Funeral service* will be held at the Patagonia Seventh-day Adventist Church at 2:30 p.m. Saturday, with interment in the town cemetery. Mrs. Fortune was born in Bremen, Germany, and moved to Nogales in 1897 and to Patagonia in 1898. She taught in Patagonia, Tubac, and CalabasM schools for X years, receiving her teachers certificate in Tucson in 1IW from a lawyer named Purcell. In 1*07 she married Walter Fortune, a prominent Santa Cruz County cattleman and member of the Board of Supervisors. He died in a Harsnaw district flood in 1914. Mrs. Fortune was correspondent for the Arizona Republic and the Arizona Daily Star for more than 15 years, learning how to type at the age of 75. Her articles received prominent dis- Sne was active in church and community work. 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Don't panic at the thought of pulling up roots. Get the facts first, and you'll find moving needn't be an upsetting experience. We've answered the questions people ask us in this 24-page book. Easy reading. No hard sell. No soft soap. Just helpful information, including a 7-day countdown of things to do beforehand. So you're nof going to move? Then give this book to a friend who is. What better way to be a good samar- itan -- for free? Call or write us. No obligation, of course. 5251 E. Speedway, Phono: EA 7-4911

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