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» · Northwtit Arkonwi TIMES, Tues., Oct. 8, 1974 FAYKTTKVILLE, ARKANSAS Junior Leadership Awards Brenda Taylor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Terry Taylor of Walters, Okla., and Randy Salisbury, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Salisbury of Fayette- ville, were presented 4-H Junior leadership awards at the annual 4-H banquet Monday by Washington County Judge Vol Lester. Randy is a mem- ber of the Goshen Club a n d Brenda, a member of Sasnak- ra 4-H Club at Lincoln. (TIMESphoto by Ken Good) City Council At Springdale Meets Tonight SPRINGDALE-The C i t y Council will discuss a resolution to reallocate $9,388 the city's revenue sharing funds at its regular session tonight in t h e city administration building. The funds to be reallocated are those left over from the 1973-1974 fiscal year's revenue sharing budget. All the money allotted the police, fire and recreation divisons in the budget was not spent. This money will be reallocated to the same departments but will be used for different purposes. The fire department will spend- $2,000 of its reallocated money on a portable heart monitor-defibrillator that will be used in the recently-purchased intensive care ambulance. · A new employe will be hired for six months with $2,700 of the police department's money to serve as a records clerk. ·Police money was also used to relocate the traffic office within the department. · Money allotted to the recreation division last year will be spent on a trampoline and football equipment for the : Murphy Park Youth Center anc : a pool table for the Park Street - Community Center. ' In the former budget, parj . of this money was to be usec to buy playground equipmem . for the Park Street Center, but state funds will be obtained for this project. Other council business tonigh " include a resolution honoring D.D. Deaver for his past worl . on the Shilo Museum board ; Deaver's term as a boarc member expired at the las - council meeting. Coon Reports On Funds Collected For State Race LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Ken oon, the Republican candidate or governor, said Monday that c had collected $52,000 and pent about $37,000 in his race or governor. Coon said he was making a ull disclosure of his campaign nances and called on his }emocratic opponent, David 3 ryor, to do the same. Coon said the public has a ight to know who is financing ie campaign so the voters can ecide if a candidate is in debt o anyone or to any special in- erest. Coon also said he would open Is campaign books so that the lublic could see who is financ- ng his campaign and how the ·noney is being spent. "One of the major reasons 'm doing this Is to do some- hing positive about winning ack the confidence of the pul c." Coon said. "The public's onfidence in government is at n all-time low, and we have to o something to earn and win jack that confidence. And, the nly way we can change the ipinion of the public is by some lositive action. Just talking about it, like my opponent is doing, won't make it happen." Charles Bernard of Earle, toon's campaign manager, gave the largest single contri bution -- $5,100. Coon's records showed that most of the 550 )lus contributors gave about $5 o $25 each to his campaign Bernard was the only person to donate more than $1,000. Caro me Meade Kunze of Searcy Save $1,000. Tools Stolen '. .Phil Thompson of 166! ; Carolyn Drive told Fayetteville · police Monday that a box o ; tools, valued at $65, was taken . from his car sometime since Saturday while the car wa parked at Curtis Texacc Station, 508 N. College Ave. Thompson said the rea window of the convertible hac been cut, the glove box priei open and the tail pipes priei off, but not taken. JfcjrtfifoESt i3rfuDT££f Founded ISM !1! Jf. East Ave. FajelleTlIlf. Art, TTM daily and Sunda? except January 1, July 4. Thanksgiving and Christmas. Second Class Postage Paid at Favetleville. Ark. ME1IBEK ASSOCIATED TfTTM The Assodafed Preu Is entitled «T. elusively lo th» nse (or republics- tlon of all local news printed in this newspaper as well as all AP news dispatches. SUBSCRIPTION RATES Effective OcttAcr 1. 1973 nom« DeHrtry Per month by carrier ,,--, $5.25 ffin^Ie cop? dallj" lOe, Sunday 25c OJ, Mai: In Washlnzlon, Benton, JIadltoa Ooun* tiei, ATJC M Adalr do.. olOa.: 3 mwitti* ,. .,,,.,.,,.. . 6 months City Box eecttM] Oullldt BbOVfl COOT 8, months 6 monthi 1 YEAR . 15.00 30.00 «.* 19.50 UOO AM, MAIL VATARLX m ADVANCE UIUD JOB M. BEARING Joe M. Dearing, 65. of Fay tteville, died Monday in a loca ospital. Born Sept. 4, 1909, a \Ioffitt (Hogeye), the son of Al iert C. and Emma Hannah Dearing, he was a member o he Baptist Church and a vete an of World War II. Surviving are a son, Josep! M. Jr. of Fayetteville; a daugh er, Mrs. Emma Lou Keims o 'ulsa, Okla.; and seven grand children. Funeral service will be at II .m. Wednesday at Moore': Jhapel with burial in Nationa emetery. Young Girl Burned SPRINGDALE-A 12 year old-girl was treated and re leased at Springdale Memoria Hospital Monday night after sh sustained burns on her arms face and leg. R e b e c c a Seiter of 62 Henryelta, was burned whei the grease in a skillet on th stove at her home caught fire She was attempting to remov (he burning skillet when sh burned herself and dropped i to the floor where it burnei a piece of carpet. Fire Chief Mickey Jackso said the fire was confined t that spot. The only othe damage was due to the smok that filled the house owned b Herman Seiter. TV Set Stolen The theft of a portable tek vison set was reported t Washington County Sheriff deputies Monday by Michat Cosgrove of Route 2, Wes Fork. Cosgrove said that the set ha been taken from his horn sometime before 4 p.m. Mon day. He told deputies that h did not know how the thief ha gained entrance to the house. Flower Stands Missing Jack Leonard of 1321 N Vandeventer Ave. told Fayel teville police Monday that tw jardinieres (flower stands were taken from his front pore Friday or Saturday. The jar dinieres are valued at $40. MISSED YOUR PAPER! WE'RE SORRY! If yon cannot reach yonr TIMES carrier PHONE 442-6242 Dally 5 to 6:30 p.m, Saturuay 3 to 6 p.m. Sunday 8 to 9:30 a.m. Obituary ORVAL H. PHILLIPS Springdale -- Orval H. Phil ips, 64, of Springdale died Mor day in Springdale Hosplta' Born April 11, 1910 at Spring tale, he was the son of Job Vcsley and Anna Belle Hendri ""hillips. He was the the owne if 0. H. Phillips Plumbing an leating Co., a Mason and i iaotist. He Is survived by his widow Mrs. Elizabeth Bryant Phillip of the home; one son, Orva Bard of Springdale; on d a u g h t e r , Mrs. Richar ·argano of St. Charles, 111., on rother. Park of Springdale hree sisters, Mrs. Lawrenc liggs and Mrs. Paul Wilson joth of Springdale and Mrs :rystal Massey of Richardson Tex. and four grandchildren. Funeral service will be at 1 a.m. Wednesday at the Sisc Funeral Chapel with burial i :he Bluff Cemetery. Springda City Hall will be closed from 9:30 to II a.m. for the tuner, and burial. JOHN L. DOUGAN Springdale -- John L. Doug an, 6fi, of Springdale died Mo day in Springdale hospital. Bor Dec. 27, 1907 at Maryville, Mo he was the son of Michael J seph and Mary Elizabeth Mi honey Dou^an, a retired mac inist, member of the Elks Lodg and a Catholic. He Is survived by his widov Mrs. Audra Jones Dougan the home; one son, John P. Washington, D.C.; t h r e brothers, Michael J. of Milwa kee, Wis., T. Patrick of Ne 1 port Beach, Cal. and Bernar M. of Torrence, Cal.; two si ters, Mrs. Samuel Moore Omaha, Neb. and Mrs. Kenne H. Dickson of Moberly, Mo and five grandchildren. Rosary services will be he at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at Sis Funeral Chapel. Funeral ma will be at 10:30 a.m. Thursda at St. Raphael Catholic Chur. with burial at Marysville. PANSY MARION Lincoln -- P a n s y Marioi 2, of Evansville, d i e d Moi day' at a Galveston, Tex. hosp tal. Born Sept. 12, 1972 at Atla ta, Ga., she was the daughti of Johnny and Mary Coopi Marion. She is also survived by he step-mother. Mrs. Charlene E Hot Marion of the home; on sister, Thelma Ann of ih home; one brother, Henry the home; her paternal gran parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henr Marion of Lincoln and her m Icrnal step-grandparents, M and Mrs. James Elliot Evansville. Funeral services will be a 9 a.m. Wednesday at Luginbu Funeral Chapel with burial the Orion Cemetery at Redfieli Golf Clubs Taken Bob Walker of 900 N. Levere Avc. told Fayetteville pollc Monday that a set of golf club in a red and wite leather ba was stolen from his car Oc 2, while the car was parke on West Dickson Street. Walker said the clubs and ba are valued at $460. Jail Food Adequate OONTlNirED FROM PAGE O.«) soul food when you are locked You cat a lot of meals be- use you know that you won't t any more food atler Uie eal unless you have snacks, said. He was then questioned about e claims of the juvenile in- ales. "A fat juvenile was always Iking about not enough food, dually, they were good kids it they were smart-alecks. ley would yell obscenities up le'hall and write on the walls their cell. They tore their 11 up. two of the boys, ana at's why they were made to ash the walls and scrub the oors," the first inmate said. The second inmate, who has erved t h r e e and one-half onths for assault with intent kill, agreed with the first male. "Feed Is f a i r here, con- derlng it's a jail. We have a n c a k e s for breakfast smetimes and a sweet roll and offee for lunch. They're a little hy on the meat they serve but a man ain't working and just ing around a cell, he can ake it tine. I've got to say ley've treated me fairly, he The third Inmate, convicted f burglary and grand larceny, as served one month in the .11. "I'm a high security prisoner, laring the cell with a drug fender, and we have a efrigerator in our cell. My wife as brought me steak. In the ning area, we've had a lot vegetables in the last three eeks. "On Sundays, we have pot ies. Last Sunday we had stew r e have hardly any meat and ver milk. It's enough for me Ve don't do nothing anyway nd so we don't need much don't believe there's anybody here that's hungry," he saic the jail diet. The fourth inmate inter rievved served seven months in he Benton County jail for delation of the Arkansas ho heck law. He has been al Vashington jail for one month. "This is like a hotel for fallen ngels compared to the Benton ounty Jail. I've gained weigh ince I was moved here. At ths 3cnton County jail, they ha more of a variety in the foo( ut you couldn't eat it. It often vas cold or had hair in il h e r e were no snac! privileges there. A prisone: vas allowed two books and twi nndy bars," he said comparini tie two jails. The fourth inmate also sail hat prisoner treatment wa much belter at the Washingtoi County jail. He said that an nmate is allowed to take on hower a day and is given fresl owels and clothing once a veek. Sometimes, at the Benton bounty f a c i l i t y , thes irivlleges were withheld. "We're allowed visitors six !ays a week here. The cell: ire cleaned every day and wi an have radios to pass tii ime. In Benton County I saw a lot of cruelty. Sometimes the ook combs and toothbrushe away for a month and ther were times that I was cage n a seven by seven cell fo 0 days straight. "Here, we get out at leas wice a day for meals and It' nice to visit with othe prisoners then," he said. The inmate was then asktx about morale at the jail an v h e t h e r any unfavorabl conditions existed. "One of the new jailors give us a hard time sometimes, t juy can ask for medicine an le's slow in getting it. At nigh ie'll wake ' all. the guys i jarrncks cell and take a head count. There's about 15 guy in the barracks cell. But that about all. "I've been in jails where the use electric cattle prods o prisoners and ridicule the in mates with mental problem But that kind of stuff doesn go on here," the fourth inmat aid. The Inmate was then asked bout prisoner feeling toward ic law enforcement staff at the til. SAYS LONG FAIR I can't spcuk tor all the guys ere. I think that the sheriff a pretty fair man. I've seen im do a lot of good things jr inmates and he'll treat you ght if you treat him right, he wanted to. he could make things rough here but he'll o whatever he can to help you. he guys don't badmoulh him ere," he said. The juvenile incident was hen mentioned and the inmate aid that he had seen this roblcm other times in his jail xperiences. "I've been in four different 11s and there's always trouble rom the juveniles. They're oung and so they don't have much sense. They fight and c r ew up the privileges of Iher prisoners. They're just mmature brats." he said con- erning past jail experiences. Nina Clark, jail matron, was . u e s t i o n o d concerning her xperience with the juveniles is jail matron, she over-sees he preparation of prisoner meals and cares for all uveniles in custody at the jail. 'The six juveniles wantec omeone to mother them ant would buy them candy anc igarettes if they didn't have ie money. Being immature hey were in a slate of constaiv urmoil, wanting something all he time. Other than occasional ad language, they were nice 0 me," she said. MATRON COMMENTS Mrs. Clark then commentec on the feeding of the six boys vhich stirred up the recen :ontroversy. "The boys were fed the sani hings as the other prisoners Some days a local doughnu ,hop would bring day-old doughnuts and the boys were he first ones to receive them. "One overweight juvenile hat hree helpings of food one nigh and then proceeded to eat of if three other boys plates when hey finished. He was con stantly complaining of the food )ut he had enough,to eat," Mrs Hark concluded. McCann said that a proble: exists as to the funds whic are allotted for feeding of coun ty prisoners. Feeding of the inmates is th responsibility of the Sheriff. Th Sheriff Is allowed $2 per da per prisoner for food and thl saves the road for "lega :orruptlon" in the program. McCann says that it is techn cally legal for a sheriff to hoi his food budget down as lo as he can, then pocket th access. He believes that thi has occurred at the county jail GUILT DENIED Sheriff Bill Long said Monda that his office is not guilty c any mismanagement of fund In the feeding program. "If I have 25 prisoners o one day, I am allotted $50 the county for that day. At th end of the month, adding u [he expenditures for each day 1 am reimbursed. Some month I come up short and othe months I make a profit. It a evens out," Long stated. Long said that food purchase are made from local market and economy houses h deputies or matrons upon h: order. He said that, if give the choice, he would giv charge of feeding of th prisoners to some other count agency. Mayes said Friday that blam for any mismanagement of th food program has not bee aimed at anyone. He said thf perhaps all the people are blame because we sometime "tend to forget about those place in jail." Investigations are expected continue this week and author ties hope that findings will soo determine whether the couni jail is truely a "Devil's Island or. reversely, a "hotel for falle angels." · Fields Pleads Innocent In Shooting Death Of His Wife Dale Eugene Fields, 31, of 905 C a u d l e Ave., Springdale, suspected of the Oct. 5 shooting death of his wife, pleaded not guilty in Washington Circuit Court Monday to a charge of second degree murder. Judge Maupin Cummings set bail at a 10 per cent cash bond order of $15,000. Fields was r e l e a s e d from Washington County jail upon posting $1,500 with the court clerk. Trial is set for Dec. 2. Springdale police answered a report of a shooting at the Fields residence at 12:19 a.m. Saturday. Upon arriving at the Home, police found Mrs. Barbara Fields. 28, lying on a couch in the living room with a bullet wound in her forehead. Mrs. Fields was taken to Springdale Memorial Hospital and later transferred to Washington Regional Medical Center where she died at 10:35 a.m. Springdal* Police Chief Jos Sims said that police searched for Fields on the night of the murder a f t e r it was learned that the couple had been having marital problems. Sims s a i d that Fields telephoned the police station shortly after the killing and offered to surrender. Fields, accompanied by his lawyer, turned hmself over to police at about 2:30 a.m. Saturday. Sims said that the Field live children were home aslee at the time of the slaying. I added that the weapon used the slaying was a .22 calibe pistol. Lawn Mower Stolen Larry Howard of 2000 N. Garland Ave. reported the theft of a lawn mower to Fayetteville police Monday. He said t h e mower was taken from under the balcony of his apartment over the weekend. . NEW YORK STOCKS OMnlM FTlCM PurnliMtf by I. uwirato · ··· A. 0. 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Reaching the finals wer Shelly Faddis and R i c Donovan in humorous interpre ation; Bev Kreie, Tlerann Brown and Jim Shepherd i poetry; Diane Crawford, an Denise May in original oratory and Danielle Patrick in dr matio interpretation. In debate competition t h team of Dennis Peterson an Candy Clark placed thir Reaching the quarter finals wa the teams of Denise May an Gary Stutte, and Rod Bellow and John Cochran. In sweepstakes competitio Fayetteville High finished thir behind Jefferson City Missou ind St. Louis Parkway West. The Fayetteville High spee. and debate program is directe by John Dollarhide, Mr Sharon Fitzgerald and Mr Monda Burrows. Ticket Office Hours University of Arkansas Spot Information Director Bill Ci h a s announced that tl Razorback ticket office will I open through the lunch ho this week. Office hours a currently 8:00 - 4:00. The d ference will be that ticket sal will continue through the 12:0 1:00 lunch period for the co venience of fans. NATIONAL SELECTED MORTICIANS Clinton Claims County Isn't Getting Fair Share Of Funds R U S S E I, L V 1 L \, E - emocrulic congressional nomi- e Bill Clinton siiid Tuesday at Washington County lias not en receiving its "fair share" federal funds. In a news conference here, inton said, "While my oppo- nt has repeatedly said his ose association with the Vermont CONTINUED FHOM PAGE ONE) ary "if we are to save the po- ical fabric of this country. "With the help of groat eople like you, all across merica, we will be successful this effort," Ford said on the .e of a nationally, broadcasl ddress to a Joint session ol ongress to outline what he ailed a fair and compassionate nti-in flat ion program. Offering "a sneak preview" his speech, he again mice it any increase in tne fcdcra asoline tax, declaring "any peculation to the contrary Is itrue." Income CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE ven before the announcement. Rep. Harold R. Collier, R-I11. member of the tax-writing Vays and Means Committee did Monday its chances woulc epend on the rest of the Presi ent's package. "Standing alone, I don't thin! ie House would pass it -- I on't think it would get out o ie committee," Collier said. Senate Democratic Whip Rob rl C. Byrd of West Virgin! aid, "To talk about a sur liarge on income taxes abov. 7,500 is utter nonsense. And t alk about it even at a $15,00 evel, I think is unrealistic, be ause the people who are in th 15,000-a-year category are th eople who are suffering." Root School Burglarized Burglars broke into Roo _ l e m e n t a r y School, 152 Jission Blvd., Monday nigh nd escaped with a quantity o ood and a small umount o hange. Police said the school wa mtcred by breaking a doo [lass in the-east side of th luilding. The thieves took 12.5 pound if ground beef, 20 pounds o leef fritters, one head of lettuc and one can of orange juic rom the cafeteria and abou ;1 in change and a flashligh rom the office. Police said a file cabinet an desk drawers were ransacke n the office and that the cafi teria and lounge were als pilfered. A large pry bar had bee used to pry open the door t he office and the file cabine r"ollce said an attempt had bee made to pry open a soft drin machine, but that the thieve were unsuccessful. cpiibllcun White House has orltctl to the ndvnnlHgc of tho coplo of this district, the eople of Washington County cccivcd $371.23 less per person 1973 than the national aver- c." "1'hc Third District also re- civeel $252.81 less per person 1972 thnn Arkansas' other iroe. districts and $207.37 loss rer person'In 1973," said Clinon. Arkansas' other three con- rcssional districts arc repre- ·nlcd by Democrats. "Who has bcnefilleri by my pponent's c l o s e association 'ith the Republican Admini- Irntion? It certainly has not I the working people of the istricl," he said. The average per person cx- cnditurc in the Third Congres- ional District in Fiscal Year 972 was $722.51 as opposed to h e national average of .1,080.21, or a l o s s of $387.70 er person district-wide. This vas a total loss of $130.505,370 or the entire Third District. In Fiscal Year 1973, the Third District received an average of 849.17 per person as opposed 0 Ihe national average of 1,242.63. This was a net loss 1 $393.46 per person, or an ad- usted total loss district-wide of 210.068,280. o. .P THEY'RE MOVING MEN, NOT MIRACLE MEN Expert care and handling of your household pouesslonilc evervthlngyoucan rtasonebly expoctfrom the moving man. He can't put that old, familiar ntlghbornood In t erata... move tha corner drug itora to your new hometown ... bring along Johnny's old sihool or Mary's favorite hairdrJssar. Neither can your Welcome Wagon HostMcnork mlracl«i. 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