THE SCROLL of Phi Delta Theta for SUMMER, 1977
AlUngton Burks Summers (Washington '22) 78,
died January 19, 1977. A
resident of Rockville,
Maryland, he was a retired
business and financial consultant. A world traveler
and industrial consultant
to many countries, Mr.
Summers was the ambassador to Luxembourgh for
President Eisenhower in
1960-61. During the years
1930 to 1948 he assisted
in the industrial and development studies of Latin
America, South and East Africa, the Near
East, Greece, Finland, France, Spain and Portugal. Mr. Summers accompanied Secretary of
a Maurice a on a i i fic research expedition zind safari to Chad in
1966. A loyal Phi, he had served as president
of the Washington Alumni Club. Among survivors is a Maryland Phi nephew, Harold J.
Woolston, Jr. '52 and a Pennsylvania Phi
brother, Paul D. Summers '23.
Robert Wilson Stuart (Washington State '33)
died March 27, 1976. He Uved in Everett,
Leonard E. Council (Whitman '31) died May
18, 1976 in Mesa, Arizona. He was a resident
of Gig Harbor, Washington.
Dave Smith Edwards (Whitman '44) 55, died
Febmary 10, 1977. A resident of Beaverton,
Oregon, he was president of Hoch and Selby,
upholstery suppUers. Among survivors is an
Indiana Phi nephew, John C. Montgomery '56.
George Leonard Buland
(WUlamette '53) 45, died
January 5, 1977. A resident of Los Altos, CaUfornia, Mr. Buland was employed by the and
Trucking Company in San
Jose. A loyal and active
Phi, he was the President
of Omicron North Providence from May 1961 untU
January 1964. For many
years he had served as
the executive secretary of
the San Francisco Alumni
James Hendrick Terry (WiUiams '22) 77, died
December 6, 1976. A resident of Tucson, Arizona, he was a lawyer and was with the firm
of Terry and Wright, estabUshed in 1946.
He was the assistant U.S. attorney for the
southern district of New York in 1927 and
the head of the criminal division in 1933. During
WWII he served as senior attomey with the
Office of Emergency Management War Relocation Authority. After the was he served as
special assistant to the Attomey General of
the United States.
Colonel WilUam Cushman Farnum (Wisconsin
'13) 87, died January 20, 1977. He was one
of the members of the U.S. Army's first flying
classes in the early 1920's. During WWII he
was named commander of Hickam Field in
Hawaii and later was garrison commander of
the airfield on Tiniam Island in the South
Pacifici Col. Faraum retired in 1949 with 32
years of service. Later he was the business
manager and treasurer of St. John's Episcopal
Church on Lafayette Square in Washington,
D.C, retiring in 1967.
Dr. Herbert BurweU Fowler, Jr. (Wyoming
'42) 58, died January 2, 1977. A resident of
Portland, Oregon, Dr. Fowler was the director
of the Whitecloud Center at the University of
Oregon Health Science Center. Recently he was
notified by the Soviet government that he was
to be awarded the Lenin Prize Laureate in
Science to be presented in Moscow in May
1977. The prize is given aimuaUy for outstanding
development of science and for effectiveness
of scientific research and technical development.
*** IN COELO QUIES EST ***
THE PHI DELTA THETA FRATERNITY
Incorporated under the laws of the state of Ohio, March 12, 1881
Founded at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, December 26, 1848, by Robert Morrison,
John McMillan Wibon, Robert Thompson Drake, John Wolfe Lindley,
Andrew Watts Rogers, and Ardivan Walker Rodgers
THE GENERAL COUNCIL
M. Phillips, 9591 YeUowstone Drive, Huntington Beach,
Glen Cary, 12650 Harriet Circle, DaUas, TX 75234
Thompson, 4444 IDS Center, 80 South 8th St., Minneapolis, MN 55402
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GENERAL HEADQUARTERS STAFF
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Executive Vice President, Robert J. MiUer
Director of Chapter Services, Cary R. Buxton
Chapter Consultants, Robert P. Roberts, Art Hoge, Robert Biggs
Dean, Box 4648 Tech Station, Lubbock, TX 79409
REPRESENTATIVE TO THE N.I.C. HOUSE OF
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THE SURVEY D. Brown, (Chairman), 10704
Stradella Ct., Los Angeles, CA 90024; Harry M. <3erlach, 4100 Jackson
Ave., Austin, TX 78731; T. WilUam Estes, Box 12187, NashviUe, TN
37212; Robert S. Dinkel, 600,407 8th Ave., S.W., Calgary, Alberta, Canada
T2P 1E6; WiUiam C. Whitlow, 10 East 4th St., Fulton, MO 65251; Robert].
MiUer, ex officio.
WALTER PALMER FOUNDATION ENDOWMENT
Chairman, Philip M. Young, 21070 W. Wagar, Rocky River, OH 44116;
Owen F. Walker, 1122 Nat'l. City Bank Bldg., Cleveland, OH 44114;
Richard E. Galloway, Price, Waterhouse Co., 1900 Central Natl. Bank
Bldg., Cleveland, OH 44114.
FRANK I, R. MITCHELL SCROLL ENDOWMENT FUND
James J. Porter, 95 Hawley Woods Rd., Barrington, IL 60010; Nelson Hall