Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 1, 1974 · Page 13
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 13

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 1, 1974
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Turks Are Disappointed That Cyprus War Ended So Quickly ANKARA, Turkey (AP) "What kind of war was this?" a Turkish taxi driver a s k e d angrily. "We should have fought a few more days a n d taken the whole island." The cease-fire agreements for Cyprus have brought a feeling of letdown to many Turks. "In the last few days, the nation found Its identity," s a i d Gunduz Kilic, manager of t h e Turkish national soccer team. "For Turks, fighting is a celebration," said the wife of Lt. Col. Cevdet Ayken. w h o was wounded in Cyprus. The Turkish war fever is deep-seated, stretching back to the 10th century, when'the Otto- Court Rules For Youths RICHMOND, Va. CAP) - A federal appeals court has up held an injunction against the Secret Service in connection with a complaint by 14 youths who were excluded from a pub lie appearance of Presiden Nixon. The injunction was issued b; U.S. District Judge James B McMillan of Charlotte, N.C. I barred the Secret Service from excluding peaceful protester from presidential appearances. The case stems from a visi by President Nixon to Bill; Graham Day ceremonies in Charlotte on Oct. 15, 1971. Th youths filed an $840,000 damag suit against the Secret Service former White House chief o staff H.R. Haldeman, tw White House advance men an several . Charlotte police off eials. The «h Circuit Court of Ap peals agreed with McMilla that the protesters were peaci ful even though they carrie banners critical of t h e Pres: dent. The appellate court found "n evidence that anyone was threat to presidential security. The court noted that memo randa indicated the Secre Service devised a plan b e f o r the Charlotte appearance to e: elude protesters and that Ha deman had approved the pla Such a plan was without appa ent justification, the court sai It rejected a contention In Secret Service employes wei immune from suits arising o of the performance of the duties. The appellate court uphe names of the agents who acte as marshals during the cerem nies, names of persons whom Secret Service checl were ru nand a n y data thos checks disclosed. The damage suit is pendin in U.S. District Court at Cha lolte. an nomad warriors charged t of Central Asia. The Otto- an empire t h e y founded aked in the 17th century and etched from Budapest to ecea. We have so many war roes in our history that if onument was built to each, ere would be more statues an people in Turkey," the mmented. Streets and schools all over rkey are being named for Idlers killed in the Cyprus ;htjng. Private donations to the med forces since the invasion w amount to more than $7.4 illion. A businessman in Yoz- t gave more than $5,500. He id, however, that if he were afted and sent to Cyprus, he ould give $18,500 and his new levrolet. The son of Col. Ibrahim Ka- oglanogiu, killed leading the urkish assault on Kyrenia, Id one newspaper that his fa- er "has been promoted to the ghest rank in the Turkish rmed forces -- shehid." Shed is the Turkish word for a Idler fallen in battle, assured eternal bliss in a Moslem eaven. No status in Turkey is higher lan the war veteran's. The aristocrats are the few rlzzled survivors of the war Q'L ndependerice in which Kemal taturk's forces drove out the jwading Greeks in 1919-22. hey receive pensions, ride 'ee on public transport and re treated with immense re- pect. The last time Turkish s pliers were in a major conflict 'as in Korea 23 years ago. bout 20,000 Turks fought; here were 2,709 Turkish casu- Ifies. "If every Turk who says he ought in Korea actually fought here, we could have overrun ^iorlh Korea with the Turkish Brigade alone," said one civil ervant. "In 10 years, it will be he same with the Cyprus orce." Gross Fire Small SPHINGDALE - A sma grass fire at Nob Hill burn about 100 square feet of lai "but'caused no monetary pro erty damage Wednesday afte noan, Fire Chief Mickey Jac ^son said today. The fire on Rick Green's la: .-was attributed to a lit cigaret tossed into the grass; Cool Curves Looking like great silver caterpillars that Alice might have come across in her journey thrr.ugh Ihe looking glass, these ducts are employed in conling glass in the Fills- liuigh Plate Glass Industries' plant in Wichita Falls, Texas. The plant, when in full oper- ation, will he capable of pro ducing about 100 million square feet of glass anuuiilly (AP Wircphoto) Congress Ads To Aid Jobless WASHINGTON (AP) - Leg- station to increase benefits for aged, blind and disabled nd to extend a special aid pro- ram tor the jobless in high- ncmployment areas was ap irovcd by Congress Weclnes- lay. The measure continues unti April 30, 1975, an extended memployment c o m p c n s a ion program in which some 26 itales now are. participating o 1 may participate if uncmploy ment increases. It affects about 100,000 per oils, providing an additional 13 vecks of benefits after Ihc orig nal 26 weeks. It would have.expired at mid night Wednesday. The hill also provides tha vhenever Social Security bene 'its are increased through auto matic cost-of-Hving provisions corresponding percentage in creases will be made in the in come assured aged, blind aiv disabled persons covered undo the new Supplemental Securit Income program. More than million persons now are a sujred monthly incomes of $1 for individuals and S210 to couples. orthwesl Arkonscu TIMES, Thurs., Aug. I, 1974 AVITTIVILLC, ARKANSAS 13 FTC Challenges Auto Mileage Claims WASHINGTON (AP) -- The ederal Trade Commission has hullcngcd mileage claims nade by the nation's big three uto manufacturers during the eight of the energy crisis. J. Thomas Ilosch, director of :ie commission's bureau oC onsumcr affairs, said on Vednesday the FTC wants."to issure consumer anxieties over :urrent energy problems are lot exploited by advertising that is false, deceptive or un .instantiated." The commission filed aclmin trutivc action against ads b) ^ord and Chrysler and an lounced negotiated settlements jf what is termed misleading uel consumption ads by Gener a! Motors, three car dealers wo recreational vehicle tradi associations and a boating rade association. Ford and Chrysler disputcc he commission's findings vhile General Motors said tin company's policy is to -mak sure Us claims are alway lacked up. Local Man Charged Trial has been set tor Aug; 8 in Fayetleville Municipal lourt for Edward Eugcna Brewer, 18, of 11 W. South St. Brewer pleaded innocent this norning to charge's of driving 'hile intoxicated on drugs. Kayetlcvillf: police said that hey observed Brewer driving long School Avenue frequently lilting the curb. He was taken nto custody at 2:05 a.m. this morning. Police said Brewer admitted aklng two valium pills, given o him by a friend. The TIMES Is On Top of The News Seven Days a Week! General Released WASHINGTON (AP) -- Former Army Chief of Staff William C. Westmoreland has been released from Walter Reed Army Hospital after treatment "or persistent laryngitis. The retired four-star general entered the hospital on Monday and was released Wednesday. Fajrelteville m u j E.S14* Square 442-734S Vesco Reportedly Smuggled Arms SAN JOSR, Costa Rica (AP) --The Costa Rican government says It is going ahead with its investigation of a report that large quantity of arms was smuggled into the country for American financier Robert L. Vcsco even though Vesco has denied the report. I'm not persecuting anyone, I'm simply Investigating in order to avoid injustices," Public Security Minister Mario Charpentier said Wednesday night. "Mr. Vesco is a foreigner living in Costa Rica, and he must respect the laws of this country." Vesco sent a letter to Charpentier asserting that the smuggling charge was "ridiculous and absurd." Sources In Washington told The Associated Press Monday night that a plane belonging to an associate of Vesco broughl the arms and a consignment ol prostitutes to Costa Rica for the financier, who fled the United States three years ago to escape various civil and criminal court actions. REPHANS Fashion Center EVELYN HILLS Gigantic Semi-Annual WINDOW SALE SAVE . . . OR MORE USE YOUR BANKAMERICARD.-MASTERCHARGE, LAY-A-WAY or 30 DAY CHARGE! ALL SALE MDSE IS IN THE WINDOWS UP FRONT -- SAVE J/2 ON SUMMER MDSE FOR NOW OR NEXT YEAR! OPEN DAILY 9-10; SUNDAY CLOSED THURS, FBI., SAT. DISCOUHT CALICO PRINTS Neat peasant eaticJ prints in permanent press polyester/cotton or polyester/ Awfl« rayon. 44-45" wide. DENIM PRINTS 36 Yd, Charge if at K mart ST*^"* Wyy Sew Up A Summer Storm And Save! 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