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Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Sat., July 20, 1974 1 FAYETTEVILLI, A R K A N S A S Obituary iiiiiiiiiiiiiffliiiiiraiitiiffliiiippiipiratoippiM .., ..,- *.i/v-' ·-;·*·* i l f N l | « ^ -- · · · ^ . . . . · '~..-.'..-. 1 i . \ j I t i . ., MRS. TRACIE BOHOT | Huntsvillc -- Mrs. Tracie Eula Bohot, 62, of Huntsvilte died Thursday at a Little Rock lospital. Bora Nov. 4, 1911 at Larnpd, .Kan., she was the daughter of William and Mar- .ha Steuber Lueker and a member of the Church of Chirsl. Survivors are a son, Wayne H.- of Yucaipa, Calif.; a daugh- .cr', 'Mrs. ' Marie" Bfoyles of Huntsville; a brother Wayne G. Lueker of Las Vegas, Nev., and nine grandchioldren. Funeral services 'will be at 2 p.m. Monday at the Brashears Funeral. Chapel with burial in the Huntsville Cemetery. fttjWg*i UnHrfcNMtey M* ty " '-- _', * - tttiitmi M!»!)«r(«» Not kMU«M*4~ 6*«tttt l*ttl ftftMtt "" *j*****£l ''V,, -· 45^^**-!!*. ""*"" Weather Forecast [here will be little preclplta- waim in the Midwest and crn plains states. (AP Wire- ion in the nation Saturday. H Soulli, and cold in the norlh- photo Map) fill he cool to the Northeast, Turkey's Milita Outnumber Th WASHINGTON (AP)-- The urkish armed forces out- jmher those of Greece by 3out a three to one margin, ry Said To 3t Of Greece can call up as many as 800.000 reservists, compared with Greece's military reserve of about 200,000. Both countries are North At- Oxford Announces Grants, Awards The University of Arkansas Department of Mechanical Engineering has received a grant of $1,300 from the Ethyl Corporation of Richmond, Va., according to Dr. Charles Oxford, interim president. The grant is "in support ot reflecting Turkey's much great- ·'er' population, according to U.S. military experts. The Turkish army, navy and air force total about 450,000 men compared to Greece's 160,000 men. In a war emergency, Turkey antic Treaty Organization al- the undergraduate program in ties of the United States and the Department," according to ' '·- joint ex- x.J. Carron, charlmon of the Springdale Kindergarten Is Approved -SPRINGDALE -- Springdale School District was recently ''notified that tentative approval .for three additional full-time kindergarten programs for 197475 school year has been granted by the State Department of Education. This approval gives the district a total of 12 full-time pro ; grams and will permit a total enrollment of 480 children. Pulbic kindergarten is available for those childrn five years of age whose birthdate is on or before October 1. Parents who have already turned in application blanks for next year may expect to receive school assignments early next week. Those who wish to enroll their ' children and have not turned in an application blank are encouraged to do so at their earliest convenience. Assignments : to available spaces will be on ; a first-come, first-served basis. ' Application blanks are available . at all elementary schools and at the school administration building. Hours for the morning session of kindergarten are 8:15 a.m. to 11 a.m. The afternoon session begins at 12:15 p.m. a n d ends at 3 p.m. Transportation is not provided. For further information regarding the program call the school administration building at 751-9293. have taken part in crcises on occasion. Both have had American military advice over the last quarter of a century and the military equipment used on both sides is heavily American-supplied. The Turkish army of about 360,000 is equiped with about 1,400 tanks and other armored vehicles, including troop carriers. The Greek army of about 120,000 has about half as many' tanks and armored vehicles, some of them bought from France. The Greek and Turkish air forces are roughly comparable, with the Turkish air force slightly larger at about 290 combat planes to Greece's roughly 230. Most of the aircraft on both sides are older planes, some Corporaton's Educational Relations Committee. Dr. Oxford also announced that Margaret Louis Swaim of Fort Sill, Okla., a student at the University of Arkansas, had received a $1,000 scholarship from the Officers' Wives Club of Fort Sill. He acknowledged a contribution of .$400 to the Robert H. Irving, Jr., Scholarship Fund in the College of Business Administration Department of Accounting from Mrs. Robert H. Irving, Jr., of Houston, Texas. Adrienne L. Hammonds of West Helena, who will be a freshman at the University this 'all, has received a scholarship of $200 from the Arkansas Association of Clubs, Inc., UA Forensics Institute Studies Political Reform Four University of Arkansa: Drofessors will assist in an analysis of the national high school debate topics concerning political reform at the second Summer Forensics Communication Institute which is in session on the Fayetteville campus. Dr. Thomas Bellows, chairman of the Department of Political Science; Dr. James Chase, chairman of the Department of History; Dr. David Gay, assistant professor of economics and Milton Copeland, associate pro- tessor of law, will take part in the symposium-forum to be held at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday in the Communications Center Room 102. Mrs. Mary Ingalls, Institute director, will be t h e moderator. The general public, students of speech and politics, and students and teachers attending the Institute are encouraged to attend the' session, which will be followed by a question and answer period. A specially preapred publication, "Politics, the Prime Minister, and t h e President" will be available, Mrs. Ingalls said. Copies may be obtained by writing to the Deaprtment of Continuing Education or the Department of Speech and Dramatic'Art'at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville. MRS. MARY LAURENCE Siloam Springs -- Mrs. Mary Frances Laurence, 82, of Siloam Springs died Thursday evening at a local nursing home. Born June 15. 1892 in Minnesota, she was a Methodist. .'··· i ' Survivors' · are ^ a - daughter, Mrs: Doris Bobroqhan of Siloam Springs; a sister, Mrs Art Bock of Hopkins, Minn.: a grandchild and a great-grandchild. The body will be returned to Darborn, Mo.; for funeral services and burial Sunday with local arrangements by Wasson Funeral Home. ROBERT HILLHOUSE Siloam Springs . Robert L. Hillhouse, 62, of Siloam Springs died at a Fayelteville hospital Thursday. Born Feb. 20, 1912 at Oakland, Ark., he was a retired feed .miller sand a^lifetime resident of the Siloam Springs area.' Survivors are the widow, Mrs. Eula May (Reynolds) Hillhouse of the home; three sons, Robert of Anchorage, Alaska, and George and Dwight both of Siloam Springs; three daughters. Mrs. Leta Mae Ames of Siloam Springs, Mrs. Louise Greathouse of Anchorage, Alaska, and Mrs. Thelma Riggins of Deer Lodge, Mont.; -four- brothers, four sisters and 16. grandchildren. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Memorial Chapel of Wassoii Funeral Home with Burial in the Fairmount Cemetery. Declines And Recovers The Dow Jones Industrial 'average closed at 787.94 Friday, up .71 from the week prior. ( The Associated Press average closed at Z41.2, marking an Increase of 2.6 over the same period. After hacking d o w n from last Friday's gains in the early part of the week, (be market rallied to finish at nearly the same level Friday. Profit-taking Tuesday brought the biggest change in .the Indicators, but the market pulled right back up Wednesday. Trading stayed fairly light. (AP Wirephoto Chart) Sixth MRS. FERN KILGO Rogers -- Mrs. Fern Crossman Kilgo, a former resi- daling back to Korean War days. The Greeks and the Turks are moving toward introducing the F4 Phantom into their air forces. The Greek and Turkish Navies are small, neither country owning anything more formidable than destroyers. Both countries have a few submarines which could become a major factor in ' any war over Cyprus because they could be used against troop-carrying ships. Colored Women's Dr. Oxford said. The grant was announced by Ms. Carrie B. \Vhite of Blytheville, treasurer of the Association. (CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE) --The U-S. 6th Fleet was ordered coast move closer to the Cyprus to evacuate U.S. citizens if necessary. --British Royal Air Force units were alerted to evacuate 25.000 British nationals in Cyprus. ; --In Washington, the Turkish Embassy issued a communique saying the purpose of the military action "is to get the inter- communal talks to start as rapidly as possible in order to restore the situation prior to the coup and the legitimate order." : The fighting was reported es- · pecially heavy between Turkish . Cypriot and Greek Cypriot . The rebel Greek-controlled .; Cyprus Radio claimed three ' Turkish planes had been shot down. An Associated Press photographer who witnessed the bomb hits by Turkish planes on the mental hospital said one on the Phantom jets was downed by anti-aircraft fire. Sawhill Finds A Pipe Shortage in Oil Industry TULSA, Okla. (AP) -- Major oil companies have been asked to share their oil drilling pipe with the small independent operators who are finding the pipe in critically short supply. Federal Energy Administrator John Sawhill made the announcement Friday as he ended a tour of Oklahoma oil facilities. Sawmill said the Federal Energy Administration would meet with several major producers, independents and steel companies to attack the problem. He urged that the price of natural gas at the wellhead be taken out of federal regulation, thus freeing the price to go up according to the demands of the market. He also announced he opposed "punitive taxes on the oil industry." S a w h i l l received applause when he told the group his visit Dean's List For Law School Named Seventy-one students in t h e University of Arkansas School of Law were named to t h e Dean's List for the spring semester, according to Wylie H. Davis, dean of the School. Among those students w i t h perfect marks for the semester were: Kelley Lee Beaver and John E. Venn, both of Fayetteville. Other students named to the Dean's List included: M a r y Elizabeth Crocker, Van N o y Culpepper, Curtis N. Culver, Van Anthony Gearhart,, James K. Miller, Steve H. Nickles, Priscilla K. Pope, Hugh F. iks, Jr., and C. B. Williams, of Fayetteville; Steven A. Curlee of Elkins; Donald How- (CONTINUED PROM PAGE ONE) Curry was arrested shortly after that final incident. ' WOMAN'S STATEMENT Fayetteville police found a hand written statement in Mrs. Curry's possession. The note attached to the Fayetteville police report on the Dotson shooting was a handwritten statement, but some words in the statement were difficult to discern. It said: "Toots "Okay, you are reading this or having it read to you. It will mean I did Which at this to Oklahoma for the kind "gave me o! capital a feel investments that are going to be needed" to increase domestic product- on in the future. Jjortfjtoejft Founded I860 ZI2 N. Earf ire. Fayettevflle, Ark. 73701 Published daiiy an fl Sunday exwpl January I. Jaly t Tbaniszivlng acd Carls troai. Second aara Postajt Paid at FiyeHevlire, Art. MEMB ER ASSOCIATED PR E98 The Auodated Press la entitled exclusively to the use COT re publication of aij local news printed In thJi newspaper xa well ei all AF MWI dijpaicies. SUBSCRIPTION RATES EIlXUvo October i. L973 Eicmo ueiirer Ptr month by carrier SlnTl* copy dally lOc, . J3.25 Banday So C.8. Mil! In waElilnfftor Bento?, MadJ^oo Ues, Art., ArJalr 00., -' 3 months ___«,,_« d months I TEAR _ CH7 Box fieolloa outside abovt coonllci: . J8.80 . 16.00 . 30.00 . 40.00 .10,50 . 18.00 . w.oo AfX. WAIL ftDBSCHJLfTlOM ADVA.VCJC Arm (CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE) paign in person for any Democrats," Ford said through a ress spokesman. Ford did campaign for Rep. "aldwell Butler, R-Va., a member of the House .Judiciary Committee which soon must vote whether or not to issue a bill of impeachment against Nixon. Ford told reporters he would campaign for Butler again, no matter how Butler votes on impeachment. And he said that holds true for any Republican House member. Spin: all i ard Henry of Springdate; Roger Dwayne Osburn of Elkins. Apparent (CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE) said the discrepancy is open to two interpretations: "Either the'President has some divine knowledge .that he has never shared with us, or he lied." The White House has declined comment, other than to say "the transcript speaks for itself." Neither Doar or Chairman Peter Rodino, D-N.J., would comment, either. Doar has presented the committee with a set of proposed articles . of impeachment and what some members described as a strong case to support it. He developed it further in another briefing intended to prepare the members for their fateful debate next week on whether to recommend Nixon's impeachment. .Doar's analysis today was expected to center on charges of illegal intelligence gathering, misuse of government agencies, ax fraud and contempt of Congress. Articles of impeachment vere part of the package he submitted Friday. sorrowful hour, I mean to. You are the only one that cared enough to even offer to come by. No one will come near me. The kids are afraid of me so ;hey say on the stand. I'm noth- .ng, never was. Nor ever will be. So why fight -- I quit -nothing is worth it now. Toots, you may have it all. Not that anything is worth a damn. There's a pile of bills, too, but might be some left -- over -so what you will. To hell with it. I would have made this more legal and binding for you if I could have, but I don't have the tirne to go into all that -So -- if I goof up --to Sabrina (damn her lying soul) I leave the legal-SI, to Anria Dotson I leave all other worldly possessions I own and those I owe on -- so be it. dent of the War Eagle area died Friday at Beatrece, Neb. Born May 2, 1894 at War Eagle, she was a member of the Church of Christ. Survivors are two daughters, Mrs. John R. (Reba) Roles of Snohomish, Wash., a n d Mrs. Robert M. (Lurabeth) oCthren of Beatrice, Neb.; a brother, Ronald Grossman of Webster Grove, Mo.; five grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Funeral service will be at 10 am. Monday at the Callison Chapel of Rogers with burial in the Benton County Memorial Park. MRS. GERTRUDE BUNCH Siloam Springs -- Mrs. Gertrude Gunter Bunch, 64, of Siloam Springs died Friday at a Malvern nursing home. Born Feb. 9, 1910 at Siloam Springs, she was the daughter of pioneer residents, C. D. and Effie Porter Gunter, spent most of her life in Siloam Springs and was a member of the First Christian church. Survivors are a son, James E. Carselowey of Derby, Kan.; two brothers Dr. C. D. Gunler of Siloam Springs and Bruce Hunter of El Sobranle. Calif.; two sisters, Mrs. Ruth Workman of oFrt Collins, Colo., and Mrs. Nancy Davis of St. Louis, Mo., and three grandchildren. Graveside rites will be at 10 a.m. Monday at the Oak Hill Cemetery under the direction of Wasson Funeral Home. "Shirley M. Curry. "P.S., Yes, sometimes even a crumb means a lot. Give Timke the lonys." Jimmy Lee Curry was born Keys Stolen About 30 sets of keys were reported missing from a truck owned by the 7-Up Bottling Co. while the driver, Lonnie Gayer, was making a delivery at the IGA store at Lafayette and College Ave., Friday afternoon. An IGA employe observed someone get out of a yellow Volkswagen and enter the cab of the truck in the parking lot while store. Gayer was inside the Wiles Is Stationed U. S. AIR FORCES, Thailand -- Now serving at Nakhon Fha- nom Royal Thai AFB, Thailand, with a Pacific Air Forces imit is Air Force Cantain..Roger. i;!/Wiles, sn of Miviiiid Mrs.,Ken neth C. Wiles of'Bentonvlllc'. A 1964 graduate of Weeping Water (Neb.) H i g h School, he received his B.S. degree the U.S. Air Forca Academy, Jan. 24, 1931 at Springdale, the son of Zack and Ida Ledbetter Curry, A Springdale postman, be was a veteran of the Korean War and a member of the veterans of Foreign Wars and the Independent Order of Odd Fellows. He is survived by the widow, Mrs. Saundra Mollenhoff Curry of the home; two step brothers, Ralph and Russell Brophy of B'ayetleville. Sabrina Marie Curry .. __ _ born Oct. 15, 1956, at Lynwood, Calif., the daughter of Jimmy Lee and Shirley Marie Curry, She was a student at Springdale High School. Surviving are her mother; two step-brothers, David and John Shorter of the home and the maternal grandmother. Mrs. Letha McBroom of Huntsville. Richard Allen Curry was born Dec. 29, 1959, at Springdale Jessie Lee Curry was born Nov. 26, 1963, at Springdale. oBth children were students in t h e Springdale schools. . :; Miss Brophy was born Feb. UA Planetarium To Present Program Monday The' University of Arkansas Planetarium will present a program Monday at 7:20 and 8:20 p.m. on "The Starry Sky Tonight." This will be the only Planetarium demonstration during July. Dr. Michael Leiber will be the demonstrator. The demonstration will be held in Room 117 of the Physics Building. Dr. Lieber encouraged visitors to call 575-2508 for reserv- tions. The Planetarium seals 40 persons comfortably. Seats will be assigned on a first call basis. 23, 1943, daughter at Springdale, of James and the Ida Ledbetter Brophy. She is survived · by two half-brothers Ralph and Russell Brophy of Fayetteville. Funeral arrangements will be announced Chapel. by Sisco Funeral Cox Completes PENSACOLA, FLA. (FHTNC) -- Navy Ensign Edwin R. Cox, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thurman T. Cox of Morrow,' has completed Environmental Indoctrination School here. · His training; which included aerodynamics, aviation physiology, engineering and land and sea survival is part of a total of 18 months training lead ing to his designation as a Naval Aviator. GRETTA M. PHILLIPS Springdale -- Gretta M a r i e Phillips, one-day-old daughter of Cecil and Jill Burks Phillips, died Friday in a Fayetteville hospital. She was born July 18. Survivors are her parents; two brothers, Robbie and Greley Phillips, of the home; one sister, Kelly Phillips, of t h e home; her paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Nile Phillips of Springdale; the maternal grandmother, Mrs. Hazel Burks of Springdale; and the maternal great great grandmother, Mrs. Lela Bridges of Alpine, Tex. Graveside funeral services will be at 10:30 a.m. Monday at Burkshed Cemetery under the direction of Sisco Chapel. Exxon Reports High Profits NEW YORK (AP) -- Exxon, the world's largest energy company, has reported surging profits that were up 67 percent in the second quarter of 1974 over the comparable period last year. Compared with the first quarter of this year, they were up 20 per cent. For the first six months of this year, the company reported profits of $1.56 billion, a 52.8 per cent increase-o'ver the $1.02 billion of a year age,. In the three months ended June 30, Exxon s;.id, after-tax earnings were $850 million, or $3.80 a share, compared with $510 million or $2.27 a share in the same period of 1973 and $705 million or $3.15 a share in the first quarter of 1974. J.K. Jamieson, Exxon chairman, said the earnings gains could be attributed to chemical sales, higher prices for crude oil and natural gas, the sale of inventories abroad and cur- Davis, Sulenberger Co-Author Article Dr. Grant M. Davis, Oren Harris Professor of Transportation at the University of Arkansas, is the co-author of an article entitled "An Empirical Analysis of High Speed Surface Facility Rates," which appears in the summer issue of the Journal of High Speed Ground Transportaton. The study consisted of a statistical analysis of the relationship between res arch and development,- public investmenl and other factors "that aftecl surface transportation safety.' Dr. Davis said the study had led him to make several public policy recommendations. Dr. A. G. Sullenberger, asso ciate professor of data processing and quantitative methods, was cp-quthor of the article. Sixteen Law School Graduates Win Awards Sixteen spring the University School of Law have received a total of $1,800 in Jim G. Ferguson Book-Money Awards, according to Wylie H. Davis, dean of the Shool of Law. The awards were established by Jim G. Ferguson of- Evanston, 111., to assist "graduates who are outstanding in academic achievement" in purchasing books 'for thier first law libraries. Receiving the awards this spring on the Fayetteville campus were Michael Hoyt Mashburn of Fayetteville; Nathan M. Norton. Jr., of Forrest City; John Richard Mdrrisey, III, ofi Russellville; John E. Venn of Fayetteville: Ralph C. Goza of Searcy; Catherine C. Hoard of Fayetteville; Pamela D. Walker of El Dorado; Richard D. Bender of Kent, Wash.; Ellis L. Petlus of Forrest City; Michael O. Parker of Jonesboro; Joseph E. Kilkpatrick, Jr., of Fort Smith, and George K. Elrod of Siloam Springs. UA Twirling Camp Set For July 29 Approximately 104 senior hig and junior high school student are registered to attend th Summer Twirling Camp at th University of Arkansas July through August 2. ' . · Eldon Janzen, director of th University bands, said ever phase of intermediate and at vanced twirling will be taught Participants will attend from the states of Arkansas, Okla homa and Missouri. The TIMES I* On Top of Th» N«wi Seven Days a Week WORSHIP KNOWS NO CALENDAR Some «l«ct Sundiy ai a div of worship. Oth«r« pr«f*r frl- dayorSaturdoy. Butthesolace of worship knowi no bound' tiles--temporal or«p»tl«l. Someftnd their God In church. Others »e him in « tprlng sunrise, or: In · fr«ih-mown meadow »t dusk. Children en find peace in an evening prayer. Each seeki peace In hl« own way. All place their tnitt to · Suprema Being and wwrttilp as conscience dictate!. · Why not Join themf YoJ, too, can find solace arid guldanc* In prayer. Phona 443-5438 or 442-8111 WILCOMC NEWCOM1MI IM this ceopen to 1*1 ·» ../aw you're ti«r». Name . . Afdr*M ···· City !·.··:·· I Pkw nav* MM W««e«m* Wagon Hott« call on rn«. ( ) I would Ilk* to iulKri** to Ih* M.W. Ark. TIM« ( I I already lubKrIM to tl* TIMES. Fin out Ihe coupon and ""H *· TIMES. Box D, Fiy*lt«vW«. Ark. graduates of, of Arkansas NOTICE To Those Interested In PRESERVING The OLD POST OFFICE The meeting with the City of Fayetteville, H.U.D. and the Housing Authority is at the Central Fire Station, Monday evening, July 22nd, a 7:00 p.m. THIS IS THE MEETING WE HAVE ALL BEEN AWAITING! PLEASE ATTEND UA Economists Release Study Of Inflation The Bureau of Business and Economic Research at the University of Arkansas has released a study dealing with the problem of containing inflation in the United States during the 1970's. The report, entitled "A Capital Formation Approach to Inflation Containment," was prepared by Dr. Richard A. Dulan, professor of finance, and Mary Ann Greenwood, financial economists. The authors propose a "capital formation approach to inflation containment" that focuses upon increased productivity. They contend this would offset the excess demand resulting from a serious accumulation of monetary and price inflations. Clothing Stolen Kenneth Ball of Leverette Gardens Apartments told police that sometime Thursday night two men's suits, a sport coat, 10-15 shirts, five to eight pairs of pants, a pair of shoes and a stack of records were taken from his locked car. v^':. Do You N£ed a DetccHvc? Ph. 442-6191 MISSED YOUR PAPER? WE'RE SORRY! H you cannot v jeach your j! TIMES carrier- ·· '-' ;.' PHONE 442-6242 Dally 5 to 6:30 p.m. Saturday 3 to 6 p.m. Sunday 8 to 9:39 a.m. rency fluctuations. People Helping People Directors of __L Funeral Service Jg-F Services: GRUBBS. Terry -Arrangements pending. GftrSSOM, Doyta H. -Saturday 2:30 p.m. Walnut Grove Church, Rev. Roland Kaney officiating, Interment, Walnut Grove Cemetery."' ·pKNcrn, eiartne* -- Saturday 1:30 p.m. Primitive Baptist Church. Rev. Homer Ross and Rev, Johnny Sisemore officiating. Interment, Mt. Olive Cemetery. ONE OF THE GREATEST PEDDLERS OF THE AIL Over the years, more and more individuals have discovered one of the greatest little peddlers of them all ... the Want Ads! You'll be amazed how these small, low-cost ads can reach out and sell most any item you may have for sale . . . and do it fast! The next time you run across some article around the house you no longer need, pick up the phone and place a Want *J '. . . we'll peddle your wares all over tm*n! SCHWTNN ten speed women'j WcycTe. well taken cure of, (00. ATso aborted children"! clothing, an a\ze3. nion« xxx- Whether you are buying or selling ... the Want Ads are th« place to get fast results! NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES 'CLASSIFIED ADS Fayetteville, Arkansas SPECIAL JOINT MEETING between the Fayeileville Board of Direcfors Fayelfeville Housing Authority Downtown Fayetteville Unlimited and the Department of Housing Urban Development will be field at the Central Fire Station on July 22, 1974 at 7:00 P.M. to discuss the possibility of preserving the OLD POST OFFICE for use as a City Hall (Because of the anticipated crowd, and in order to insure the most productive meeting, interested citizens are urgd to direct any questions regarding this matter to their City Directors before the meeting, or to put their questions in writing and submit them to the City Manager's Office by the meeting date.)

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