Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on July 31, 1974 · Page 3
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, July 31, 1974
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Thundershowers Break Intense Heal Of Area By The Associated Press Generally fair skies and mild temperatures across most of the nation today were marred by thundershowers along the coasts and continued hot weather in the desert Southwest. splashet and Gulf Greatest along the coasts in rainfall Atlantic warm, humid air Turkish Cypriofs Refuse To Come Out Of Famagusta Fort orthwwl Arkonic* TIMES, W*d., July 31, 1974 AVITTEVILLC, ARKANSAS Showers also were widely scattered through the Great Lakes, northern Plains and Great Basin. Up FAMAGUSTA, Cyprus AP) - The firing has sloped around the 12th century Fam- agusta Fort, but the 11,000 Turkish Cypriols holed up in the walled city-within-a-cily refuse to come out. "Before we walk out of these walls, we want to see that we will not be exterminated," sait Hassan Dehesh, security chie 'or a refugee camp of 1,001 Turks in a school in the ok city. to an inch of rain fell overnight at Loring Air Force Base in Maine; Rocky Mount, N.C.; Ellington Air Force Base in Texas and Yucca Flat, Nev. Fog moved off the Pacific Ocean to shroud the coastal valleys of California early today. Cool air blanketed much of the midcontinent from the Plains to the Great Lakes and into the Ohio Valley. Temperatures before dawn ranged from 50 at Laramie, Wyo., to 96 at Needles, Calif. Greek Cartoonists Enjoy Liberties Greece (AP) -years of military dictatorship, Greece's liberated newspaper cartoonists are hav- Other Turks in the old fort the scene of many a siege since it was erected by the Lusignan in the 12lh century, say they are less concerned about bein attacked by the Greek Cypriot manning machine-gun nests o :he tall buildings in moder Famagusta than they are abou he people hid in the cata ombs under the walls. These ire well ventilated and have lombproof roofs 40 feel thick Secause of these shelters, the nhabitanls seem unconcerne bout the Greek guns masse'c utside. However, food could soon be ome a problem, the Turks say md there was concern whe he Greeks cut the water sup ply off for two days. "But they turned the wate ack on because the main.sui }ly for the 'main city run supplies. "We have ATHENS, After seven four major prob Jirough the fort," an officia said. The Turks console themselve by relclling the tale of the co quest of Famagusla in the 16 century when the attackin Turkish general jammed hirr self in a "windmill of kriive ing a field day. Tuesday's edition weekly Paratiritis of the bi(Observer) featured ex-strongman George Papadopoulos--ousted last No- Weather Forecast by another tiny shorts, military muscles Hot weather Is forecast for the West with warm weather ·expected for the rest of tlie nation except northern New England and the northern Plains where cooler weather is forecast. Showers are forecast for the southern and cen- tral Plains, the central Gulf and Florida. (AP Wireuhoto ,Map) vember man in rippling, in a wrestler's pose. His wife, Despina, was in a micro-miniskirt with a sash reading "Miss Democracy 1974." Another cartoon in Paratiritis Nuclear 1 Prepared For Operation RUSSELLVILLE, Ark. (AP) -- The secondary system at- Arkansas Power Light Co.'s'-Nuclear I power generating plant here was put into operation Tuesday in prepartion : for the starting of the nuclear reactor this week, John Anderson, plant manager, said. : Anderson said the pumping day. He said on d he expected process, which f in the system ure necessary to r, to start by to- ts were being ut the activating termlne adjust- ments needed in both the secondary and primary reactor systems. . , Anderson expects the primary system to bring the sustained nuclear chain reaction necessary for the production of power 'this week. He said after that there will be about 13 days of zero power testing before any power is generated. shows. ' deposed stantine offering King Con- Pap adppoulos a large silver cup "for winning the Greek dictatorship marathon." His six and a half years was the longest rule of any Greek dictator since the modern state was founded in 1830. An evening daily showed Papadopoulos' deputy premier Nicholas Makarezos and one of his appointees holding candles at a church service. The caption read: "At their own funeral." ems--shortages of medicine 'or our wounded,' shortages of ?reen vegetables because our fields are all outside the walls, garbage problems because we have nowhere to put it, and economic worries because all our animals are outside and are either dying or are being stolen," one senior official said. The United Nations Command in Nicosia said U.N. con voys took supplies to Fam- agusta, but the convoys were suspended Tuesday at Greek insistence because the Turks refused to let mercy supplies through to Greek Cypriots trapped in Turkish-held Ky- snia. Of the 11,000 persons in the old fort, 4,000 are refugees irom Turkish areas outside who fled when the Greek Cypriots attacked their villages after the Turkish invasion 11 days ago. CATHEDRAL DAMAGED Some buildings have been damaged, including the 13th century Cathedral of St. Nicholas, a classic gothic structure that was converted into a mosque when the Turks overran the fort after a nine-month siege in 1570. The other 40 chapels and churches left from the 13th century are undamaged. So is Oth- guarding the sole entrance Barger Wins Service Medal WICHITA FAU.S, Tex. -- ' J.S. Air Force Captain Oscar . Barger, son of Mr.and Mrs. Kenneth L. TiMotson of Spring- ' : ale, has received Ihe Meritbr- ous Service Medal at Sheppard AFB. Tex. Captain Barger was cited for lis' outstanding performance as iase chief of supply service, ase social actions officer and advanced echelon officer for the \ 32nd Tactical Fighter Squadron at Camp New Amsterdam AB, · Netherlands. 'He is now at Sheppard where he serves as a race relations ' officer at the Sheppard Techni- ,hc fort so that his troops could climb across his body to get inside. "That legend is still very much alive here," said Hassan Debesh. "It makes us want to prevail." cal Training Center. A 1961 graduate of Fayettc- ville High School, he received a B.S. degree in education in . 1965 from the University ot Arkansas where he was commissioned through the Air Force R e s e r v'.e Officers Training Corps program. He earned his M.S. degree in 1973. CAPT. BARGER .. .presented award The TIMES l» On Top of The Nawi Seven Days a Werftl Bond Eyes Campaign ATLANTA. Ga .CAP) - State Rep. Julian Bond said Tuesday he may enter several Democratic presidential primaries in 1976. "It's presently an idea and just that," Bond said. The Atlanta Constitution quoted sources as saying Bond hopes to win enough support in the primaries to gain bargaining strength at the 1976 Democratic National Convention. The paper said its sources indicated Bond may be looking toward the vice presidential nomination- ello's says Tower, where Shakespeare's tradition jealous Moor strangled his wife Desde ; mona. Turkish leaders claim thai "ten tons of explosives" rainet down on the old fort area dur- 5%% 71/2% We have a savings program and interest rate to meet your needs. Fayetteville Savings Loan Association 201 N. East Avenue SPECIAL NOTICE TO I Sears CUSTOMERS SEARS RAINCHECK POLICY Sears will issue rainchecks or comparable items at comparable price* when due to adverse conditions, certain advertised merchandise is not available. The following items from Sears Advertising Circular in effect this week are not presently in stock. Sears apologizes for and regrets any inconvenience it may cause its customers. 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