Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on October 16, 1974 · Page 13
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 13

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, October 16, 1974
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i Northwest Arkontat TIMES, W»d., Oct. T6, 1974 fAYETTEVILLt, ARKANSAS Interview point DIIIIIIiniinniM In the wake of the recent'Juvenile Court hearing concerning the feeding conditions of, juvenile prisoners, 1 'the TIMES . asked several persons at the Nbrlhwest Arkansas Plaza for ; their feelings on the state law that may, subject lo interpret tation, allow the sheriff to. pocket excess'money paid by Ihu . stale to feed prisoners. " l ,· ' PHIL CURTIS of 632 Putman St. -- "It's ridiculous. Any ex cess money should go into a fund to be used later. It should all be used for food.'* CINDY REESE of Futrell Hall -- "I don't think it's right. Prisoners should be fed at least three - satisfactory meals a day." ERNEST DODGER of Siloa'm · Springs --: "I never have been in favor of that. .!' think, it's 'but of line. Money allocated for food should be used for food." CHARLES CUNNINGHAM of Carlson Terrace -- "I think Ihe aw makes it too easy for him llhe sheriff) to feed too little We should have an in-depth in vesligation ot the situation to check all the allegation; made by the court." BILL PREECE of 678 Fair lane Road -- "Like many othe laws in our state, this one force our officials into situation where, in order to survive, they do things that seem wrong a first glance." ··Pennies Stolen i ARDEN, W. Va. (AP) -Three gunmen entered a rural post office-grocery store here gnd demanded U.S. Postal Service money orders. State police said they had to settle for several rolls of pennies instead. : T h e store's 77-year-old proprietor, Abigail Gall, explained lo t h e three robbers Monday that the post office was closed because of Columbus Day. She said there were no money orders on hand. In lieu of the money orders, the bandits look some rolls of pennies. TOM POAGE of 1505 Daline Springdale -- "We shouldn have a law like that. It's a gainst everything I stand for If he's'furnished ample funds he should use them for food.' Contract Signed TOKYO (AP) -- A Japanes construction company said t day it has signed with Egypt §168.7 million contract to ci large the Suez Canal to accom modate by 1D79 ships of 150,00 tons. Officials of Penfa-Ocea Construction. Co. said work w begin lale next year. Jl %, Cp n «plj a f} afl ; H j JJ OMi C ar . 3100 Missouri Road Fayelteville, Arkansas 72701 . Phone 52i4353 Northwest Arkansas' newest and finest nursing home is now accepting residents. We offer facilities for retired, convalescent or intermediate nursing care residents. Our staff is dedicated and well qualified to meet the physical, spiritual and social needs of each senior citizen. Perhaps unknown to^many is the fact that the Arkansas Social Services may provide financial assistance for nursing home care where required. Whether assistance will be provided or not will depend upon the assets possessed by the individual concerned. In many instances, 100% of the cost has been underwritten by Social Services. If we may assist you in any way or provide our services for your loved ones, feel free to call upon us..V...... ,. ' : · 'Marat - Sade' To Be Presented By UA Theater "Marat-Sade -- (he Pcrsecu- on and .Assassination of, Jean- au| Marnt RS Performed by c Inmates-of Hie Asylum of lacenlon under the Direction the Martini? de Sade" Is Hie ,le' of'; tlic -second ·· production the University,of Arkansas icater this fall. ,.." The nightmare version of a storic murder by the original idist vyill.' be produced five mseculive nights', Tuesday th- mgh Saturday, Oct. 29-Nov. 2. Dr. Thomas Jones, professor speech and dramatic art and rector, y lias announced .· the ast. O f ' t h o s e chosen.- 24 will pcav in a U of A production r (he first time. Dale O'Brien of Ogallaha. cbr. will portray Sade and 'esley Edwards of Hot Springs ill be Marat: Others are Barbara Mangrum Jones bo ro; Rich Gcrdes of maha, Nebr.; Randy Rakes of entonville; Dean Fogcl of Van ouver, B. C. , Canada; Chartie Stratton of Helena; Shawn ohnson, Sandra Jansen, and andace Devore, all of Spring- ale; Susan Dietrich of Oklaho- na City, Okla.; John Marrs and ynthia Goalley, both of Harrion; Cal Grosshuesch of Naper- ille, 111. Kalhy Black of Tulsa, Okla,; 'hyllis Blumenfeld of New ' o r k City; Ann Peebles o! lardy; Kathy Satterfield anc d Toilette, b o t h of Little {ock; Chris Bair of Texarkana; o n e 11 e West of Eureka prings; Debbie Odom of Mo ilc, Ala.; Dotlie Love o. ,larksville. Martha McMillan of Malvern; Janice Meggars of .West Memp- lis; Greg Mullins of North Lille Rock; Wade Schildcr and 3reg;Buiclificld,' both ot Crossett; Raymond; Robcrson of El Dorado; George Kelly of Toii«i 'ly, N.J.; : Debi Brannon of iiiysvillc; Kan:; 1 Tlierease Michael of West Fork. Kay Bland, Ken Bland, Sheryl Branham and Gary Wolfe, all of Rogers; Tom .Sindon, Terry [{cough, Barry Suskind, James VlcNally, Sliarpn Maguire and Th« TIMES U On Top of The 'News Sevan Days a Week 5th Annual ANTIQUES Show and Sale Rogers Armory October 18, 19,20 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. 27 Dealers eft Liiier, all' or Faycltoville; 6bby. Margin of- Fort- Smith, t Heritotvof Camdeh, and Bob eWalt of Kansas City, Mo.' No More Indictments COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) Atty. Gen. William B. Saxbe says that no moro Indictments arc expec ted in the, Water gate affair. "The people · who have been Indicted arc all. the ones that will bo indicted," Saxbo told newsmen before a speech here Monday night. Saxbo said special prosecutor Leon Jaworski "did a good job, 1 : , arid said, he hopes to name a^ successor , before- Jo- worskl's · resignation ' becomes effective Oct. 25; ' Jaworski resigned on Saturday, saying his Job was almost finis lied und ho wanted to return to his Houston, Tex., law firm, Snxbe sold Jaworski s assistant, Henry S. Ruth; is "« very capable man." Jawor»kl recommended Ruth as .his successor. . .' i LOVE Arkansas is like no other stare in the union and I love it. I was born here, and it is dear' to my heart. When you love something, you . do your very best for it. for a change... Cathy Hale State Representative District 10 Pol. Ad Paid by Committee for Cathy, Sharon Wimberly, Chairman JCPenney These suits , are now on sale at terrific 20% savings Reg. $80. Oy* 1.00% Dacrons poly ester woven texturized suit. Styled with center : vent and flare pant. Handsome choice of plaids, checks or stripes. 36-46. Reg. $60. ipur 100%Fortreie polyester - texturtzed suit Has a shaped coat, Hare pant and other fashion features. , Woven in sofid colors for sizes 36-46. Also fancy poHerns. Save 20% on all toddler coats. Sale '12 to 15.20 Sale*72 Reg. $90. Our 100% texturized polyester suit with an extra pair of solid color slacks. Beautifully styled Woven in handsome plaids and patterns. Latest colors, 36-46. Also Reg. $75 Trio. Sole $60 20% off all ^ Children's shoes. Sale 8.79 Reg. 10.99. Boys cape-toe oxford with PVC sole and heel. B,D,E 8'A-3. Sizes B,D,E 3V4-6. Req. 11.99, Sale 9.59 Sale 7.99 Reg. 9.99. Boys' chukka boot brushed suede uppers, crepe rubber sole and heel. B,C,D,E,EEE 814-3. Sizes C,D 314-6, Reg. 10.99. Sale 8.79 Sale 8.79 Reg. 10.99. Wing-tip platform for boys. Vinyl uppers, PVC sole and heel. C,O 8V4-3. Boys' sizes C,D 314-6, Reg. 11,99. Sate 9.59 Sale 7.99 Reg. 9.99. Girls' bumptoe saddle oxford. Leather Joo'k uppers and red crepe sole. Sizes 814:4 B,C,D,E. Sale799 Reg. 9.99. Girls' wing Bp oxford with vfnyt uppers. Crepe sole and Seel. Tan, blue or red in C 814-4. Tan only in D 8'/S~4. . ' ; Sale 7.99 R«g. 9.99. Girls'athletic took shoe of rea! pigskin suede-trimmed with vinyl. Crepe heels and soles. Sizes 814-4 C,b. · · · · Shop Mon. Thurs., Fri. f 9-9 Tueb., Wed., Sof. 9-5:30

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