Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 1, 1974 · Page 7
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 7

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 1, 1974
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Northwnt ArVantat TIMES, W«i,, May 1 *»VITTIVILl.t. A R K A N S A S Woodland Student Council Officers Indent Cniincll ntficei*s, (n serve during the 1974-75 school year, have hoen elected hy (he Woodland Junior High School slurlenl body. They are from left (lop) Mary Seklguchi, president; Yoljiiulii Tlitinifisrm, v piTfiirlrnl; (bottom) Kh fiy, sccrrliH'y nnrl Kelly K rot si lunar, treasurer. The [·mi nc il f a cully spnti s r»r .Mrs. .lane Yeargan. Suspects Fail To Enter Plea In Death Of Hazen Policeman DEVALLS BLUFF. Ark. (AP) Three Kentucky women accused of kitting a policeman, kidnaping and armed robbery entered no plea at an arraignment here Tuesday. The woman Essie wliere a number nf relatives of Willock, of Louisville; Brcnda Kay Sprnccr. 23, Jackson: and Lucille Oaks Shanks. 24. of Dry Ridge -- h;id escaped Saturday from Hie Kentucky Correctionna! stitulion at Pa wee Valley Louisville, authorilies said Each was charged wilb six counts of kidnaping, one count of first-degree murder and one count of armed robbery, Pros. Ally. Sam \Vecms said. He said the three were heinii held without bond nn tlie murder charge and that bond WHS set for $600.non each on the kid- naping charges, Wccms said he would seek the death penalty under Act ·13R. which provides for' ranitnl punishment for the spying of a police officer in the line of duty. No (rial dale has been set. The three women, who were handcuffed and barefoot, giggled and gestured obscenely during the court which lasted less than 30 minutes. cred. Police said the women held Ihe six occupy nts of the house nl gunpoint foi' mure ih?m 4n minutes. Rapcr. who was nut of the house to talk with pn- lice, said he didn't remember the First words the women said when they entered th Ik? said the women were ner- KKMVKI) M'O.MKN R it per tolci police I ha I 1 hewn men said they would start, shooting if tlie, officers died to enter tin? house. " tliern." he said. Law enforcement officials, in- chid ing 2") stale troopers, surrounded the house, Mrs. -lames May field said that after about -15 minutes one of tlie women gr ah hod her husband and tolrl him lo go lo the telephone. She said he was instructed lo [Jo what the women tolrl him "or they wnuld blow caller! police and to bark away from While Circuit Court Judge W. Mayfield told them the house. Lt. James Beach nf the Slate Police said Iho officers com- onsceneiy plied to prolei-t the hostages ppearance j mid Liial the road leading away from ihe home was cleared. I'llrre of the hostages were M. Lee conferred with Vt'eems and Sheriff S. E. Grady o f ! am: Prairie County, the women sail w e r e on a bench and kis?ed each oth- *r. "You are In serious trouble." (he judge said. "1 don't, think it has made much of an imnres ?ion on you." The tnu r d e r c li ;i r £ e w a s filed in connection with the death nf Morris GrcenwaH. 51. w h o had been a Hazen c i t y policeman for five years. SHOT .MOM) AY Green wait was shot Monday | night as he approached a I stopped pickup truck on Inter i state 40. then was shot s i x 1 more limes wiih hi nwn gun. i officers said. j The women originally sain j they were financially able i o j hire an attorney and 'asked prr- mission lo call an attorney in Kentucky. Grady said later the three had been uiutblc to contact a Kentucky attorney. Leo said he appointed James Sprott of BrinUey and Willis Plant of Clarendon to represent them. i The crime spree began in A r - l kansas about fi p.m. Monday j when three women robbed Voi-! nf r's Grocery at Rrinkley. The i robbers fired s e v e r a l ? h o t n u r - j ing the incident, but no injury I u as reported. I Immediately as'tcr the rob ' berj". Brinkley p-nMci 1 issiic-d an. all point? bulk;in for * blue-' camper truck «nd Greenwalt · began pursuing such a vehicle ·· on Interftate In. He appjtrrntlyj stopped the truck b-?iv,een Ha/ ] en and Carlisle. | Carlisle police, who v\ ere j coming to ihe aid of Greenua-ri spotted the truck and pave i chase. r The women fired at the p a - j trol car. but none of the buHo^ hit the vehicle, officrr- said. The truck sucfrienly turnf r! j onto it gra\ - el road leading .o; the Brown Grove commurjiiy: with the Carlisle officers in pursuit. The truck then pulled into the driveway of a rural horn-' TERMITES ? CAU ADMIRAL PEST CONTROL oochrt Ann, Sptden, etc. COMMEVOAl t RESIDB4TIAI hound, and the other Ha per. James May field Mayfield's wife X'ell -- lieivled inio a car owned hy the Ropers. Rival Relief Plans In UN Near Showdown ave 20% on Sleepwear and men's slacks Rotii proposals jouchl rmer- i!t ncv hi'lp for the n at i fins hit h.'i rdcst b\' ihe r t ' t ' e n t nc: in the* ])ric'c of food, fei'iilixcr. oil . tiu- Unikvl Sialc proposed a 14 billion program, with a cnm- bin^tinn of bilateral ;-nci mnl- i ihtiei'Hl aid in money, food. fertiliser, riehi postponement and oLher catccorie.-, Tiie developing riinrrjf?: ;ri:iiii' ihen' rc'Eirf nr^ro-;,? i pn rt of x p!-o£r;;rn of acii'' 1 ! Tor tr^r r-i^hli.-hnient of a 11^',^ /, n-'.r; t'Cf j tr-t| n ic orrie r . 1 1 bm ; ' t r d Tuo^d^v ns^hi ;iinnir wir.:i i rie-e- lar.-j- ion of principles tor ihr ru-.v' nrrirr. .Vc-uruT a clio n piTi-Tram nn: 1 ' dKliraiinn was \vhollv accept :ibip !i ihp Uniseri St'-.tos. The rU". elnpin;: cr.untric, num'rvr- mz fi'l if ;he 135 U.N. menihvr?. 5% :- We have a savings program and interest rate fo meel your needs. Foyetteville Savings Lean Association 501 N. 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