Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 4, 1974 · Page 5
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October 4, 1974 CAttK.) STAR Page Anticrime system is ex WASHINGTON (AP) — District attorneys who have tested a quick and tough system for prosecuting habitual criminals call it a promising weapon against rising national crime rales. They delivered that report Thursday to Atty. Gen. William B. Saxbe, who plans to implement the system in 10 cities as the Ford administration's first effort lo deal with the increase in crime. Saxbe conferred wilh prosecutors who administered the system in the Brooklyn and Bronx sections of New York City and with other criminal justice authorities as Ihe FBI issued new statistics showing still another boost in the nation's crime rate. The FBI said the volume of serious crime rose 16 per cent in the first six months of 1974 compared with the same period a year ago. Brooklyn and Bronx prosed cutors said top-priority prosecution has produced a high conviction rate and long prison sentences for repeat offenders. The system works this way; After arresting an individual, police review his past record of arrests and convictions. If the individual has several recent offenses, his case would be assigned lo a special team of prosecutors thai would press the courl for a swifl Irial and a harsh sentence. The prosecutors would inform the judge about Ihe defendants pasl record^ TThe_grimary target is the violenl offender. The high-priority^ cases_npw come to trial in 75 days, while it sometimes takes two years to try other defendanls handled routinely, he added. Bronx Disl. Atty. Mario Merola said lhal 17 per cent of the defendanls channeled Ihrough the special syslem are convicted. The rate could be as low as 50 per cent with routine treatmenl, he eslimaled. Without special handling, cases often collapse as wit. nesses die, move away or for• get what Ihey saw while wailing years for a Irial, Ihe prosecutors told reporters after meeting with Saxbe. The system also has encouraged judges lo impose longer prison senlences, they added. Merola said the average for defendants given special treatment is almost 10 years. LEGAL NOTICE Plans mapped at L.R. meetin Inmate claims he was beaten* threatened ljmfeROCK(AP)-.Lar. headmen a petitlM AIMI by ^mander, Capi. DI JT.,W *{Ju./ Pni. All*. ROCK (AP) - fy Glen Saiiiifeiv 33, O f Camden testified Thursday thai two Pulaski Coumy sheriff's deputies five years ago "beat the tar oui" of him and threatened his , life if he didn't plead guilty to certain charges. Santifer said that, as a result, he pleaded guilty to four robberies, attempted jailbreak and Dassault to kill a jailer. He be,%an serving the sentences 10 months ago. Santifer was testifying in Pu,,, laski County Circuit Court at a hearing on a petlllofi fl'I&l by Robert A. Newcorhb of Pin« Bluff, the slate's attorney for ihe stole penitentiary inmates, seeking to vacate the sett- lences. Judge William J. Klrby look ihe testimony tinder advisement to see If a record is available of the court proceeding the day Santifer entered the pleas — Nov. 26,1969. The judge said he wants to read the transcript if one is available. Santifer said the chief Jailer, Capt» 0, A. Allen, and a shift commander, daft- B. -. ~ ny" Rouih, were'the deputies who beat him and that tfwty did so right after an attempt W e$* cape from the comity jail. Me also said they told him that if he didn't plead guilty he never would gel back from the courthouse lo the Jail alive. After ihe pleas were entered, Santifer said, Rouih escorted him to iHe jail through a tunnel thai once led to the jail.and that Routh told him had he not pleaded guilty the tunnel was the place where he would have . Depaly Prea. Ally. Rebert Cfaflfc pmehled tesflftWfty by Rouih and Allen denying all bf Santifef's allegations. Routh said it new was his job to take prisoners front the court* house lo ihe jail and that he had subordinates to do that, Santifer was delayed in serving the sentences oft the charges until December 1973 because he had to complete a robbery sentence he was serving at Folsom Prison In California. DISCOUNT CIMTIt WMIBI TOU II UNO Persons attending the meeting in Little Rock from Hempstead County are shown with Mrs. Betty Bumpers. From left to right they are: Mrs. Don King, Mrs. Bumpers, and Mrs. Paul Henley. Mrs. Henley was appointed chairman of the local campaign. Immunization drive launched: 85,000 children goal for 1974 The "Every Child in '74" campaign was officially launched in a statewide meeting of volunteers at Little Rock Monday. The goal of this year's campaign, a follow-up to last year's intensive program, is 85,000 children. All children from two months of age through 4 years is the target group to be immunized against rubella, measles, polio, diphtheria, tetanus, and whooping cough. Mrs. Betty Bumpers is serving as chairman of the state task force composed of representatives of the Arkansas State Department of Health, the University of Arkansas' Cooperative Extension Service, the Arkansas National Guard, the Arkansas League for Nursing, the Early Childhood Programs, the PTA, and the Volunteer Action Centers. Many other organizations and agencies are contributing time and effort in the program. Fall fatal to Mrs. Bumpers said Ihere was a need for people lo volunteer in all counties lo assisl with Hie program. Call Ihe public heallh nurse, the immunization chairman, or Ihe county Extension home economisl for more information on the "Every Child in '74" immunization program. HWY 4 NORTH-HOPE, ARK. OPEN 9 AM-9 PM MON-SAT. $TOCK AWAY $AYING$ IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF HEMPSTEAD COUNTY, ARKANSAS WESTON H. GREENE, d-b-a GREENE GROCERY AND MARKET, PLAINTIFF VS. LEE RICHARD TAYLOR, DEFENDANT NO. CIV. 74-63 NOTICE Nolice is hereby given lhal the undersigned as Sheriff of Hempslead Counly, Arkansas, will on Ihe 22nd day of Oclober, 1974, belween Ihe hours of nine o'clock in Ihe forenoon and three o'clock in Ihe afternoon, more specifically al 2:00 o'clock P. M., offer for sale al the East door of the Hempstead Counly, Arkansas, Courlhouse in the Cily of Hope al Public Auclion lo Ihe highesl bidder, upon a credit of three (3) monlhs, Ihe equity of redemption in the following lands, towil: Lol nine (9), Block Iwo (2), Oak Grove Addilion lo Ihe Cily of Hope, Hempslead Counly, Arkansas, as evidenced of record in Hempstead Counly, Arkansas, Deed Record Book No. 226 al Page 18. Said lands having been purchased al a delinquenl lax sale by Horace D. Samuel wilh defendanl, Lee Richard Taylor having for a limiled lime an equilable righl of redemption. This sale is made lo satisfy a cerlain judgmenl rendered in the Circuit Court of Hempstead County, Arkansas, on the 19th day of August, 1974, in a cause therein pending wherein Weston H. Greene, doing business as Greene Grocery and Market, was plaintiff and Lee Richard Taylor was defendant. Dated this 25 day of September, 1974. Henry Sinyard Sheriff of Hempstead County, Arkansas September 27; October 4, 1974 O - hearcy youth SEARCY, Ark. (AP) Charles Kilman, 16, of Searcy, died Thursday in a Lillle Rock hospital of injuries suffered Sepl. 22 when he fell from a' cliff while climbing al Camp Wild wood near here, aulhorities said. Kilman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Kilman, was in the llth grade at Searcy High School. He was a Boy Seoul and a member of Ihe foolball learn. A funeral service is lo be al 2 p.m. Salurday al Daniel Funeral Chapel here. 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