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· Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Men., July 22, 1974 FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS NEW YORK;(AP) - If he _ had known then what he knows " ~ ' now, Louis Sheaffer doubts he'd -' ·"ever have put the giaut drama ..- jigsaw together. - .. "Despair, frustration, panic ' are some of the words with _ which he describes creation of ,· * 'the two-volume life of Eugene ', ^O'Neill that recently won the 1974 Pulitzer Prize for biogra- ^ 'phy. · ~ ,' : Slieaffer. who calls himself "· ',* "not an especially good" ex-; '^-journalist, spent 17 quietly ob- 5 sessed years and 90,000 ar- ·; -duously raised dollars compiling the monumental narra- '""' live about America's most famous playwright. ;·* "When it was over I felt like 'vjan orphan," the modest, in- 5V tense Boswell describes the ··Qemotional letdown after his 1-long, dark journey into his ·j" hero's complex psyche. ·I- Piled up around him in a :*". book - tumbled bachelor lair; tV Sheaffer estimates, is "50 times ',-', as much material as went into" V the published 600,000-word man'.-', uscript. :~- "My collection is my future." l-.j'he says of plans for possible ; . . s p i n o f f works. A book of the · ·· pictorial material assembled '-', during his hunt for everything ; . about O'Neill is already being ; ·; discussed with a publisher. A · ;/ paperback edition of the biogra- ;·: phy is planned by Little Brown ·'.· in the autumn. I-;'. TO BRANCH OUT "I'd like to branch out and do *.~- someone else," he says, "but ;'!; that would be starting in kin-; ; dergarten, and I'm a little too ' ·-; old for that class." For seven years, however, Sheaffer persisted -- "it was ' basic detective work, with luck and persistence." or a faint trail would suddenly open an unsuspected source of information. Buenos Aires lie located a man who was O'Neill's shipmate on curly travels. "I was in a race wi ity," Slieaffer says, most who could talk were in their VO's or 80's. A pivotal concl reached concerned toward his father. O'Neill was a noted I ry bravura actor.) Wayne Morse Dies At 73 · P O R T L A N D . Ore. (AP) .-Former Sen. Wayne Morse, one '-^bf the first members of Con- ·',, gress to speak out against U.S. ' \ involvement in Vietnam, died ' today at the age of 73. L '· Death cut short his second attempt at a political comeback since losing his Senate' seat in 19S8. . . . Hospital officials said Morse had been suffering from a urinary tract infection. They said lie died of kidney and heart failure. Morse was ousted by Republican Sen. Bob Packwood, who claimed a narrow margin of victory. Four years later. Morse, then 71, was beaten handily in a race against Sen. Mark 0. Hatfield, R-Ore. Two months ago, Morse again won the Democratic senatorial nomination -- and the right to challenge Packwood -by defeating state Senate Prest : dent Jason Boe, 44, in Oregon's ^primary election. Morse, known for his unpopu- . lar views and unwillingness to compromise on issues, was one ...·" of the first members of Con- ··',, gress to oppose U.S. · " ement in Vietnam. ov ';- volvement in Vietnam. He and former Sen. Ernesl ';·= Gruening, D - Alaska, who diec .«", last month at the age of 87, :·;·. were the only two senators who ^ voted against the Tonkin Gulf - j resolution in 1964. President ;- Lyndon B. Johnson .used the ~ measure as a functional deelar- 't« ation of war in Southeast Asia. MRS. RUTH KNAPP Rogers -- Mrs. . 28, 1896 in Minnesota. Survivors are a s one grandchild. · . The body will be .marillo, Tex. for fui vices and burial" w arrangements b y Funeral Home. MRS. LEONA Mil 'rairie Grove -- M II Mizner, 85, of d Sunday at a Ft ipital. Born May 2( Prairie Grove, she daughter of Armstr Nancy Bel! Rainwat ricks and a member Assembly of God Church. Survivors are a son, Branch of Prairie Grove; 13 greatgrandchildren. land the direction of Funeral Home. HARRY BLOOD of Rogers died Sunday at Flock Baptist Church. Survivors are a brot of Kansas City, Mo.; Mrs. Mary Turner o Mo.; four grandchil eight great-grandchildren. Flock Cemetery direction Home. of Callison Rogers and one grandchild. " Committee Votes '*'-; | On TV Coverage '.·: WASHINGTON (AP) -- The :-C; House voted today to allow live «;; television and radio coverage ol the House Judiciary Com- Funeral services will be a Tuesday in the chapel of Nel- 10 a.m. Tuesday at Tulsa wit - · - -graveside services at 3 p.m. a the Rogers Cemetery under th direction of Callison Funera Home. ; miltee's impeachment · and vote. debate ,The final decision on whethei '·^ to allow live broadcast cov- ·* erage was up to the committee ".-' itself. Committee approval was - ; expected. I, 1974 yi Took 17 Years To Finish mous tip loslilitv was against his moth- suddenly p d rich on. In a d a man o male on r d i mortal- a 'because bout him u 's. ] 10 would s t, lime I i over his t L .ion he t O'Neill's bout his t d as a t his work, i ok it for ] else had, \ directed i (James 1 th centu- j Then I 10 really j d central r. "That explained a great deal bout bis relations toward his wn wives. And there was his epudiated Catholicism, which irectly related lo how he felt bout his molher. "He was a man staggering nder a load ot guilt all his life. fe. felt his birth had been re- ponsible for his mother becom- ng a drug addicl. and thai led o his hostility toward her -- ecause she bequeathed him hat lifelong legacy of guilt." Sheaffer feels thai impor- ance of the anti-mother dis- overy has been neglected by nany reviewers of his work. -le also wishes "more atlention vcre given to the book's read- ibility then to its scholarship." le takes a newpaperman's mde in having a lively style. Accumulation of all the background data sent Sheaffer into a tangenlial maze, struggling to x .' -. - - lllIll!III1EIIL[llil!llllIIIlllll[ll[!llll]EliIll!]IIII!l[|l!l!l!1illlll![lllEII|[|lil[||![[|l|]llill!]ll!l!l[llll *^\ L*.' * * - - JDituary j !IIJI|][|ll!l!][|l!]Ellllli;[||lliri|[l!!ll[|llElll[IN APP Ruth P. illo, Tex. s Mcmor- Dorn Nov. T /Irs ESG- sent to icrs.1 sor- ith local Ctillisoii iNER rs. IjGons Cane Hill lyetteville 8, 1899 at was the ·ong and er Hend- r of the -ch. n, James Grove ; a ' Rice of ildren and i. . . " '. fill be at e Cumber- church of rial in the ery under Luginbuel JD Blood, 87. day at a Born Feb ity Pa. he the Little ther* Leon a sister jf Neosho dren .anc Iren. will be a the Little mder the n Funera ON i. Paxton Sunday i 3. 1927 i veteran o he Korea er residen daughter CHESTER TJMBERGER Chester M. Umberger, 90, ol '"ayetteville, died in a loca: lospital Sunday. .He was born 'eb. .10, 1884 in Barber County, Can., . the son of David anc mmie Hiatt Umberger, and as a member of Ihe Assembly God Church. He is' survived by the widow, Urs. Dolly Umberger of the 'me; one son, Sam of Fayette- lle; a daughler Mrs. Lenora ilites, of Santa Ana, Calif.; a other Bob, of Denver, Colo.; ght grandchildren a n d 1 reat-grandchildren. Funeral service will be 10:31 m. Wednesday in the chapel Nelson's Funeral Home with )urial in Whitehouse Cemelery. MRS. RUTH FOSTER Elkins -- Mrs. Ruth Foster . of Route 4, Elkins, died atiirday in a Fayetteville hos tal. She was born Sept. 23 .96 at Delaney, the daughte Will and Anna Calloway nderson and was a membe f the Apostolislic Church a rosses. She is survived by a son 3avid of Elkins; two daughters !rs. Jo Ann Alsafar of Fayette ville and Mrs. Janelle Crawforc of Baton Rouge, La.; two bro hers, Russell Anderson of Mus logee, Okla., and John D. An derson of Fayetteville; two sis ters, Mrs. Lela Barron anc [rs. Billie Griffith, bolh o ''ayetteville; and five grant Funeral service will be 1 a.m. Tuesday at Crosses Apos olistic Church with burial i WcCord Cemetery, under th irection of Brashears Funera feme. MRS. GERTIE OSBURN Mrs. Gertie Lee Osburn, 4 of Fayetteville died in a loca lospital Sunday. She was bor Ylar. 3, .1926 at Thompson, Ark he daughter of Henley anc Nora F. Tincher Grubbs an was a Presbyterian. She is survived by her hus land Clyde Osburn, of the lome; one daughter, Mrs. Bar lara Wagnon of Farmington her mother, Mrs. Nora Flynt of Fayetteville; one brother .Villiam G. Grubbs of Coos Bay Ore. one sister, Mrs. Polly Am arn how to index and as- mble bits in proper relevan- y. For seven years he earched; traveled and sorted efore putting paper in type- riter. Creative anguish set in. "The danger of writing biog- aphy is that you may project ourselt onto your subject. LIKE DRILLING "Sometimes I'd rewrite a aragraph 15 or 20 times. It's ike drilling for oil. You think ou've got the bit as deep as ·ou can get. Then sudenly, at imes, there's a moment of ex- lilaration as the drill goes own further, aud vou come uf vith the thought that clarifies." Six grants from private foun- ations and the National En- owmerit for the Humanities ustained him, plus help from lis family in hometown Louis- r ille, Ky., when funds on hauc ot perilously low. "As the years piled up, ame panicky more than once t thought of the great chunk of my life lhal O'Neill's life was osling me. But I had lo take 11 Ihe time necessary to do my est." Sheaffer amiably disputes iraise ol "O'Neill, Son ant Playwright" and "O'Neill, Son nd Artist" as definitive works. He is keenly aware that the ramatist a n d ' his last wife, Carlotta Monterey, locked up in lie Yale University library un- ler 25-year embargo a trove of p e r s o n a l documentation. Among the material are diaries O'Neill kept.from his bohemian days in . Greenwich Village irough two decades of endeavor. The interdict ends in 1978. Will he be there? The pale blue eyes glint with unquenched en- husiasm for further investiga- iou. "I can't help it," says Shea] fer. One Charge On Ehrlichman Is Set Aside WASHINGTON ' (AP) U.S. District Judge Gerhard A. Gesell Monday set aside one o the charges for which former presidential assistant John D. Ehrlichman was convicted the Ellsberg break-in trial July 1 2 . · ' Ehrlichman was convicted of conspiracy and lying to a federal grand jury and also of lying to FBI agents on what he remembered seeing in his files about the break-in at the office of Daniel Ellsberg's psychiatrist. Monday Gesell set aside the conviction involving the FBI. During the trial and outsit the hearing of the jury, Gesel had indicated his objection to the use of perjury statues as applied to interviews with F; agents. He nonetheless allowed t FBI-lying charge to go t jury, but ruled today that the perjury statute "was improperly invoked in this case." ' At the same time, Gese turned down Erhlichman's a Soviet Union, Italy Reach Zone Finals y THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Soviet Union and Italy oved into the finals of their spective Davis Cup zone com- ititons, but. were waiting to- ay for their opponents. Taimuraz Kakulia, champion the 1973 Student Games, ave the Soviet Union an insur- ountable 3-1 lead in the best-five match semifinals with ugoslaia Sunday. Kakulia cored a 6-2, 6-4, 6-0 victory ver Yugoslavia's Bora lova- Jic- Meanwhile, the .Soviet Un- m's opponent in the European one B finals was to be decided xiay as Czechoslovokia and 'est Germany were tied 2-2 fler Sunday's action. Jan Kodes of Czechoslovokia efeated Karl Meiler of West ermany 6-1, 7-5, 6-0 to forge he tie. The deciding semifinal match :tween Juergen Pohmann of 'est Germany and Vladimir ednik of Czechoslovokia was cheduled f or'today;, V- Italy swept its way into' the iuropean Zone A finals and'is waiting completion of the seminal match between Romania nd France. Romania leads 2-1. Paolo Bertolucci oulasted 4-H Beef Cattle Study Day The winners in the annual 4-H Beef Cattle Study D a y Friday at the Washington County Fairgrounds w e r e ,eif Johansso nto 'give Italy an| Cynthia Parker, junior di- senior division. The event was mon; Cynthia Pa*cr, Pfajrl* conducted by Randell For- Grove andI James Swonc, Elk- rest, county extension agent for Agriculture. Pictured nrl- nbe,atable 3-1 lead over Sween. Bjorn Borg beat Adriano 'anatta in the final 'singles match, making the score 3-2. Rumors Of Coup Close Offices, Shops In Athens ATHENS, Greece (AP) - lany offices and shops closed [own and police broke up a de monstalion by youths outside 'arliament today as rumors wept Athens of .a coup against he military government. !Tanks rumbled through the treets but military sources aid they were part of general mobilization ordered after. Tur cey invaded Cyprus on Satur , v j s i ot i anl i Linda Christian, or to the contest are f r o m left, Kyle Pendergruft, Har- Grove and uJmes Swope, Elkins. (TIMESphoto by Ray Gray) Charges Filed day. The semi - official" Turkish news : agency Anatolia reported rom Ankara that a coup had aken place in Greece against he junta. "The .strongman of he junta, Gen. loannides, was arrested, and a Gen. Davos in northern Greece has taken pow er," the agency' said without giving a source for its informs than the tank move (COffTINUED PHOM PAGE ONE) victims, including poison,'were shot at least twice. The sons lived with Mrs. Curry. Sabrina lived with her father in Springdale. Mrs. Curry had reportedly lost ..custody of the two younger children Friday, following a iVashington Chancery Court learing. At the hearing, she was quoted as saying "I'll kill them all." Fayetteville police arrested Mrs. Curry at the intersection of Garland Avenue and Wedington Drive at about 1:50 a.m Saturday morning after · police had received a description of the vehicle she was driving. Patrolmen Gene Phillips anc Frank Upton reported that' a .38 caliber revolver, believed to be the murder weapon, was found on the seat of the pickup Phillips and Upton.also founc a note, apparently written to ouse in Springdale and the hooting at the Dotson resi- ence in Farmington. Funeral services for -the five ictims are to be held Tuesday morning in Springdale. iion.) Other Mrs. Curry's sister. TAPE RECORDING A tape recording was also JOHN PAXTON Rogers -- John. R. 47, of Tulsa died Sunday Tulsa. Born May of Rogers. Survivors are a_ _ _ . . Mrs. Barbara Cannon of.Tulsa; Baker of Springdale; and one a sister, Miss Cora Paxton of grandchild. . Funeral service will be 4 p.m. son's. Funeral Home with burial in Farmington Cemetery. CHARLEY E. COLLINS 'Charley E. Collins, 55, of MRS. MARIE SOUKUP Springdale -- Mrs. Mar: Fayetteville died Sunday at a local hospital. Born March 11, 1919 at Fayetteville, he was a Soukup, 86, of Springdale died retired Veterans Administratior Saturday in a local nursing employe, a veteran of World home. Born Oct. 12, 1887 in Cze- War II and a member of the choslovakia, s h e was the Assembly of God Church, daughter of Stefan and Susanna He is survived by the widow Bedus Hlavina and a Baptist. Mrs. Geraldean Myers Collins Survivors are a son, Dr. Vic- of the home; two sons, Rodney tor J. of Springdale; a daugh- and Robert, both of the home ter, Mrs. Harley L. Benson of three daughters. Mrs. Charlene S p r i n g d a 1-e ;· two brothers, ~Boyd, Mrs. Barbara Pattersor · ; Conviction Upheld '·: LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- The ~.' n . state Supreme Court upheld to** day conviction of a North Little ';.' Rock woman for selling ob'".. scene literature. '.-] The court rejected the dial- ;·'· lenge of Ruth Burns to the con.; stitutionality of the state law ; . prohibiting the sale of "in' decent" and "obscene" material. Mrs. Burns, an employe of ' Book Store Ltd., No. 2 in North Little Rock, was charged after two policemen observed three ; sales and then purchased a .'- book from Mrs. Burns. Joseph and Stefan Hlavina, bo of Czechoslovakia; one gran child and two great-grandchil ren. Funeral services will be 2 p.m. Wednesday at Westche ter Funeral Home of Fore Park, III. with burial in Woo lawn Cemetery with loc arrangements by Sisco Chapel. iChapel. and Mrs. Cathy Williams, al: of Fayetteville; three half-brothers, Denver, Tharl and Homer Carltqn, all of Fayette ville; one s i s t e r , Mrs. Lo reta Collins of Tucson, Ariz and five grandchildren. Funeral arrangements will bi announced later by Moored Fouaded 1SSQ 212 N. East ATO. FayetteTlDe, Ark. 72TO PtibllJhftd dally an d Sunday except ana a 17 1, Joiy 1 Thankszlvtag and Paid Al FayettevIKe, Art. MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Presi li entitled exclusively to th9 tisa for republics* turn of all local tew* printed tn ihli cev?*paper u well ai alt XP BIWI SURSCRJmO.V RITES Etutttvi October 1. 1STS Home uettrecT P*T roooUi b? carrier 8.25 SlDtf* copy tfaU? lOo, Bandar So 0.9. Mill la Washington, Benin, MadJjoa *· tie* Art., Adalr Co., P1*.l t month! ____ -- _____ $ 8.50 · months -____»___ 16.00 1 TEAR __ 90.00 CHr oca section «.« Gutjido ibor* eomtieir t month! _^TM I monlhi 1 STAR . 1 9 . 9 0 . 18.00 . M.M Large Amount Of Cash Stolen From Huntsville Street Store ments in Athens, there was nc other military activity apparent in the Greek capital as of late afternoon to indicate that the government had fallen. About 160 youths marched in "War! War!" They were de manding that Greece go to war against Turkey over Cyprus. Police arrived at the scene and dispersed them. . A check by newsmen around the old Parliament House, the center of government, and oth as er key points indicated work was proceeding normally. R e p o r t s from northern Greece also said all was calm there. found at the woman's n o m e in Lowell, which apparently con tained references to the victim and to two other persons will the "suggestions" t h a t they might become victims. The pistol, recovered 'by Fay etteville police, along wit bullets taken from the victim bodies and other items, havi been taken to the State Polic Laboratory in Little Rock to analysis by Sgt. Mike Blocke of the Springdale Police De partmenl. Police said the sons appareni ly were shot first. Authorities got involved i the case about .12:57 a.m. Sat urday when they received call about a shooting in Spring dale. An officer, patrolma torneys' request that the entire conviction be set aside. Without he FBI-lying conviction, Ehrlichman faces maximum penalties of 20 years in prison and a $30,000 fine. Ehrlichman and three others were convicted of violating the rights of the psychiatrist, Dr. Lewis J. Fielding of Beverly Hills, Calif. They were accused of plotting an illegal search for the psychiatric records of Ellsberg who leaked the Pentagon Papers study of the Vietnam War to the press. The other three men convicted. G. Gordon Liddy and and Eugenic R. Martinez, were members of the Plumbers, a special group of White House investigators, at the time of the break-in Sept. 3, 1971. Deadline [CONTINUED FHOM PAGE ONE After it ended, a Turkish je' strafed the soccer stadium use( y the National Guard as an a s s e m b l y point, Turkisl mortar rounds hit the Ledra Palace Hotel, and machine gui and mortar shells . landec .round the Turkish hospital in Nicosia's old walled city. The U.S. Navy was reportec planning to take evacuees by lelicopter from Dhekelia to 611 Fleet ships off the south coast Officials said the British nav: would try today to pick up oth er foreigners from the north err coast east of Kyrenia. Turkey claimed its air am naval forces on Sunday inter cepted a Greek flotilla trying I land troops near Paphos, i southwest Cyprus, and inflicfe heavy casualties. But the Gre government denied a sea battt or that any Greek warships ha entered Cypriot waters sine last Monday. AGAIN TO U.N. Before the cease-fire was an nounced, Greece went again 1 the United Nations, charged the Turkish air force with genocide on Cyprus and demanded new CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE _.o. and bargainers for clerks, mechanics and bus drivers who truck the line July 1, After power was restored to ravtions of suburban Los Ange- es. four of five unions striking he city's Department of Water and Power voted to accept a new contract. The fifth union was expected today to' ratify he pact, calling for an 11 per cent pay boost and improvements in fringe benefits. The strike by 7,500 auto workers threatened ' to spread as alks with the General Motors Corp, bogged down in Lords:own, Ohio. · Strikers One Perjury Charge Dropped On Reinecke WASHINGTON (AP) -- One of the two perjury counts against California Lt- Gov. Ed Reinecke was dismissed today by U.S. District Court Jddge Barringlon D. Parker. But Parker denied a defense motion to grant a judgment of acquittal on a second count as the defense prepared to begin its case today. The count dismissed at the request of defense attorney James E. Cox alleged that Reinecke testified falsely to the _ _ Senate Judiciary Committee Miamians' Bernard L.""Barker wo years ago when he said he lad no way of knowing whether former Atty. Gen. John N. Mitchell knew of a financial commitment by a subsidiary of International Telephone and Telegraph Corp. to the 1972 Re- lublican National Convention Randy Carmack, arrivew on the Security Council action A coun- scene about two minutes later. Cl1 meeting was scheduled for He found Curry and the daughter dead at Curry's house. Curry's wife, Sandra, later was quoted by police as saying she heard the doorbell ring, then heard two shots and her husband saying, God." Curry was head and chest. "Oh, my shot in the Approximately $1,100 w a s reported stolen from the Gil-N- 7o store at 509 Huntsville St. Saturday night according to Fayetteville police reports. Ed Stuart, a store employe told city police that when he pened the store at fi'.35 a.m. Sunday he discovered a rear door standing open. The door, which had an entrance lock, iiad been pried open. Stuart said that all the money order cash, which had been placed in paper bags and stored under the sink in the rear store room, had been taken. Also three cash deposits were missing, and the front cash register area had been entered and the cash register drawer removed. Only the cash was taken, no silver is known to be missing with the coins still under the sink. Stuart said that no money orders were missing and could not determine if any food stamps were gone. He added hat he thought several cartons of cigarettes v/ere missing and two or three boxes of merchandise had been turned over in the storeroom. Crash Injures Two Two persons were treated and r e l e a s e d a t Washington Regional Medical Center early Sunday morning following a one vehicle accident on Hwy. 71 near the Baptist Ford community. Gary W. Smith. 20, of Van Burcn oncl Dale Coomer, 21, of Alma were treated for cuts and bruises. Trooper Tom Baker said the pickup, driven by Smith, ran off the highway, traveled down n embankment for about 220 eet, hit a gas meter and then lammed into a tree after going hrough a fence. Smith told Baker that he went o sleep at the wheel. Smith was charged with driving while intoxicated. jrior to July 31, 1971. Reinecke testified for 50 minutes during the morning session and was to continue into the afternoon. MISSED YOUR PAPER? WE'RE SORRY! U you cannot reach your TIMES carrier PHONG 442-6242 Dally 5 to 6:30 p.m. Saturday 3 to 6 p.m. Sunday g to 9:39 a.m. Injury Reported Miss Deborah Lane or 8 S. Duncan St. w a s reported to have broken her leg al the Rink on Hwy. 62 West. Sunday afternoon according to the University of Arkansas Department of Public Safety. Miss Lane, a student, was taken by ambulance to the t of A Student Health Center for x-rayj, and then transported to Washington Regional Medica' Center where her leg was pu in a cast before she was released. Makarios Arrives Archbishop Makarios, ousted president of Cyprus, arrived in Washington today for a meeting with Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger. He flew from New York where he had been pleading with the United Nations for restoration as the head of the government of the Mediterranean island republic. Makarios' mission in Washington was for the same p u r pose, but U.S. officials expressed doubt that Kissinger would give him much support in a bid lo recapture the office. Police said Sandra Curry told them that the ex-Mrs. Curry then walked into the house, knocked on the door to Sabrina's room, and responded, "It's your mother," when Sabrina asked who was at the door. Sandra Curry said she fled tc a neighbor's for help and heard more shots. The officer, Springdale police said, radioed a description of a liekup truck that was leaving ;he area when he arrived. After :alking to witnesses, he also re layed information about the driver of the vehicle, police said. Acting on that information police went to Mrs. Curry's house at Lowell. They said they found the bodies of the sons a the house. Dotson told police he and hi: wife were awakened about 1:31 a.m. by a knock on the door. J woman was calling out, "If: Shirley, let me in," Dotsoi said. He said he and his wifi went to the door and opened i and a shot was fired throug the opening. Two more shot were fired, one of them slrikin Dotson in the face. As h turned and ran, he said, tw shots were fired through th door and one of those shots hi him in the back. Police said that apparent! Mrs. Brophy was shot at he Springdale home some time be tween the shooting at the Curr NOTICE The phone number in the MOORE CO., INC. advertisement for help wanted in Sunday, July 21st Classified section was incorrect .The number should have been: 751-8500 Interested parties should apply in person at 1609 N. Old. Missouri Road, Springdale, Ark, People Helping People Directors of _t Funeral Service jf Services: CRUBBS. T«rry Allen -- Menday 2:00 p.m. Chapel of Nelson's Funeral Home, Rev. George Stoles officiating. In- termenl, Friendship Cemetery. OSBURN, Mrs. Gertie Le« Tuesday 4:00 p.m. Chapel of Nelson's Funeral Home. Hev. Harold Bartholomew officiating. Interment, Farmington Cemelery. UMBERGER Chttttr M. -Wednesday, 10:30 a.m. Chapel of Nelson's Funeral Home, Rev. Hugh Still olfidallnK. Interment, Whltehouse Cemetery. e U.S. announcement of IB cease-fire agreement fol- wed a day of intensive inter- ational diplomatic activity. .S. Undersecretary of State oseph J. Sisco shuttled back nd forth between Athens and nkara. U.N. Secrctary-Gener- 1 Kurt Waldheim issued a new ppeal for an. end to the con- Secretary of State Henry A. (issinger and British Foreign ecretary James Callaghan alked five times by telehone, hen issued a joint call for a ease-fire. The State Depart- nent said the agreement to top the fighting was based on proposal by Kissinger. President Nixon said a cease- ire between Greece and Turey was essential to Free Vorld policy, and the "tragic truggle . .. could · only be averted by the leadership of the United States." THEY'RE MOVING MEN, NOT MIRACLE MEN Expert care and handling, of your household possessions!* every thing you can reasonably expect from the moving man. He can't put that old, familiar neighborhood In a crate... move the corner drug store 1o yournew hometown ... bring along Johnny's old sthool or Mary's favorite hairdresser, Neither can your Welcome Wagon Hostess, fyorkmlrtdes. But she can and will provide directions to the community facilities you need, and bring with her a galaxy of gifts from Us leading mc;chant», Sh« awaits your call at Phone 443-5438 or 442-8111 WELCOME NEWCOMERS1 Use this coupon to let ui know you're here. Name Address City I ) prease tiav* the Welcome Wagon Hostess call on me. ( ) I would like to subscribe to the N.W. Ark. TIMES ( ) 1 already subscribe to tlM TIMES. 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