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. Arkanwi TTMR, Warf., Aug. T«, 1972 f/ AVITT1VLL«, AKKAH1A1 [Caller Phones jltomb threat | To Drive-In ;An u n i d e n t i f i e d m a n olenhoncd the Trl-CHy Drive In J n o y f e niar Springdale and hreatehed llirco times to bomb t Tuesday. He snfd he's al- ·eady'se'en Ihe movie and didn't ! ike it, v 1 Mrs, Y Joe Lane of the drive-In .Old Deputy Sheriff W.B. Col- vard'that she,iecelved a call £t altfUt 11:16 p in 1 , from a man ·Warning her to leave because Si bomb was about to go off. f She said she laughed and hung up £ The man called back immediately, she said, cursing hci iand asking what lime Ihe theater closed. ! She ad.vfsed him she didn't ·know, and he again warned her fcf an impending explosion. ' She turned the phone over to Mrs. Bea Butler, who only had time to s.ay "hello" before the caller hung up. 7 Approximately. ; 10 mimiles -later, the man called again. The 'sheriff's office was n o t i f i e d ' n l ·that point Theater employes Aver e told to close the drive-in 1 until an investigation could be 'staged - No trace of a bomb was found, although Lane said he'd jnoticed that insulation had been ·removed from part, of the roof 'of the concession stand. J Mrs .Butler told Colvard that 'two boys were turned away Ifrom. the ticket office because Eone could not provide proof Inat ;he was 18 years old. ; One of the two promised her ·that "They'd be hearing from 'him," she said.' ; Film Featuring I Rogers Airport : Being Prepared " "Airports Mean Business," a ··28 minute film featuring the ' Rogers Air port and ; concerning -the attraction : of., industry to tairports;'will be available for Jshowing after Oct. 1, C. Jimmie t Carter, chairman of the Rogers ;AIrport Commission announced -today. " The film was made by the ^Federal Aviation Administration Jlast October. ; The first national showing of Jthe feature is scheduled for Oct. '11 at 2:38 p m. at Tan-tar-a "Lodge on tne Lake of the · Ozarks near Warsaw, Mo., 'tbefore" the National. Convention '.of the National Association of JStale Aviation Officers * The film will be available for ^ d i s t r i b u t i o n through t h e '[Arkansas Aeronautical 'Com ·mission Ray Ellis of Fayelte ville is chairman of that Scorn mission. \ Larger Grape ; Crop Forecast {. Grape production this year in 'Arkansas will be larger lhan ;in 1971, the Arkansas Crop and ·Livestock Reporting Service ^predicts. It says production of -table and wine grapes m Arkan- Csas is forecast at 9,560 tons ^compared with 9,200 ion's a year tago. ' The apple crop in the stale tis expected lo be down eight ;per cent -- about 7,960,000 ;pounds this year. ^ A two per cent decline in v production o! Arkansas peaches ;is forecast -- about 42,000,60 "pounds in 1972 ', S n a p beans grown for i processing will be .harvested al ia higher rate than last year .,{-- about 10,600 tons this year. f Arrested '- SPRINGDALE -- Garland ^Gregory, 24, of 516 Jefferson St '.was arrested by Springdale ;police Tuesday afternoon on t. *Pulaski County bench warrant ·,for contempt.of court. ; Gregory, arrested in the -Willis Shaw parking area, ha( ;been charged with contempt for · failing lo appear in court as "a witness in the case of the ..State 'of · Arkansas versus lEverett King. - Pleads Guilty ' Elvis Leroy Viar, 52, of 800 fS. Thompson St , Springdale ·pleaded guilty, before Circui ;Judge Maupin Cummings this i:morning to a reduced charge Jof assault with a deadly weapon "arising from an April 23 argu ·;ment at the Gaslite Club, Center ^Street, * He w.as fined $1,000 and i-sentenced to one month in the Jcounty jail with seven month ^suspended. " Crash Hurts Rider '{ James B. Clifton, 15, of 222 iHatfield Dr., was slightly in "jured At 12:15 p.m. Monda 1-when the motorcycle he wa Jrlding;collided with a sedan 01 'College Avenue a block souti Jot Township Road, police sal Utoday. £ Clifton was treated by j'privale physician, for a ^abrasion of the leg after hi 'vehicle collided ..with a ca '-"driven by Mack Carl Foresee ·50, of Hollister, Mo. - . I Tonk Overflows ; S P R I N G D A L E -(malfunction In a gauge cause {the water storage lank east p |Sprlngda]e to overflow and spi jwater over Old Wire Road ear' today. A malftincliun of the gaug At the Beaver Water Treatmcn plant has hot occurred in receh years, according .to Richar :starr of the Beaver Water Di trict. i The last time the overflo [pipe on the tank was used wa }^o check the gauge three or fo '{years ago, Starr said. Rumors CONTINUED mOM PAGE ONI) neans to dlsose of tho waste 'atcr "20 to 30 years from now ·e mess around and foul up ur water supply.'. .This Is a. olnt we arc going lo have lo c pretty strict about," Grimes ''This old stuff about having ne goodies wilhout paying Ihe onscnucnccs is goho now," ho aid ' -··· " · ,: : Grimes said there,:had been lot of "misinformation" rculated about, a 9 cent 'per lousand water cost. This is the ost of "treatment at the Beaver ake water plant. Grimes said, ot the cost of water to areas ich a s Fayetteville. · ' · It docs not take (' jhto con- deration the cost of additional nd acquired around the lake, ie transmission lines', from caver Lake, storage /tanks, id oilier facilities which actually comprise 90 per cent " t h e total cost," he said. "This 9 cent figure that has cen tossed around is just omplelely erroneous .-- you isl can't look at 10 per cent your total cost," he sadi. "It costs more than nine cents ist to treat the water with lemicals." Grimes noted. BEAVER PLANT OUT Grimes also said "people say, Veil, we don't want to use the ayetteville system.'" But the eayer plant does .not pump ontinuously, he said: Pressure long water lines is maintained city tanks. Beaver lake umps about 20 per .cent of the me, he said. : "When the city rates were mposed the city people didn't ke them either," Grimes said. It sounds high but,' gosh, : if J e can't take the word of .a rm like Black and Veach, well, ·e're just kidding ourselves as o what it really ought to be." The city board will have to etermine "in the very near ulure" what the '.'reasonable rowlh areas" will be for Fay- .teville in the next 30-40 years, -rimes said. Then it must set bout'protecting those areas so lat when annexation is esirable the areas will be able o receive urban services in an rderly fashion. Schools CONTINUED FHOM PAGE ONE) ents per one-half pint. The ompany supplied milk this past ear to the district. Payetteville (ilk Company's bid was the ame amount with Foremost 'airy bidding 6.5 cents and "Ighland Dairy 6.15 cents. Shipley Baking Co. was warded the bread contract at i cents per 24-ounce loaf and he same for hot dog . arid amburger buns. Other bids eviewed were Junge Baker, 26 ents; American Bakeries 33 ents; Colonial 30.45 for loaves nd 38 cents for buns, A policy on a maximum speed or -school buses was adopted, he policy states the maximum ieed of a school bus on a :gular run will not exceed 33 Julei'per hour or 45 miles per our on a cross country run; Existing conditions 'should etermine speed of operation," ie policy.concludes. Contracts tor new teachers nd secretaries were"also "ap; roved. New faculty members re Arthur Beakley. Asbell; ynthia Whitten Butterfield; amrnye Foster, Happy Hollow; are h White, elementary string music; Elizabeth Dollarhide brarian, Nathaniel Thomas mathematics, and Margarel ^axon, special .needs, al Vpodiand Junior High School; like Irwin. English and speech Umay Junior High School; "aul Gray, ADAPT, the Title II drug education program ponsored by Payetteville anc pringdale School districts. Firemen Beat The Policemen SPRINGDALE -- I.t. Charlie ohnson of the Springdale Fire Department scored the only two ouchdowns of the night on an :nd sweep and an interceptet pass to give the firemen a 13-C victory over the police depart ment In their annual benefi ootball game Tuesday; In a bruising game th iremen who weighed an average 237 pounds to 190 fo he police, took their first win he third annual match. Played in Bulldog Stadium proceeds from the game thi 'ear will go to the family 6 lolly Carlton, five-year-olc eukemia victim who died Jul 30. Stullgarf C-C To Tour Area SPRINGDALE -- Members o :he Stuttgart Chamber of Com mercc on an agricultural tou s Springdale and Fayettevill Thursday and Friday will b entertained hy the ^Sprlngdal Kiwanis Club and Springdal Chamber of Commerce. They will he guests at a nooi Kiwanis luncheon al the Holida Inn and will be entertained b the Chamber Thursday night a a 6:30 p.m. reception and dinne at the Fireside Inn. · . . ; . The Stuttgart group will vis: the Animal Science center i the University ot Arkansa Thursday afternoon and th Weed Science and Physiolog Laboratory Friday morning. Announcing A-s,T.r_r. coiwsr.r.rxc CENTER (A Sotitllin (» v.itry rwMent) K» r.. Douilai PralrlA aror«, Arkuntit* Acrtu Fnvm HdtlMlfM yarfc · INNV C. BIAL* Counselor Lawsuif Hied Against Doctor In Springdale A S p r l n g d a l o couple, splcascd wllh a physician's catment of tho · wife's cervical nceivbnvo filed a J2i)0,000 suit Washington Circuit Court gainst Dr, Frcldmaii Slsco. Plaintiffs are George nnd ary Irene Pcgiam ol Spring ale. Tho suit:said Dr. Sisco look Mrs,/ Pegram's treatment 1970, after; he was called in s n consultant. ' , , ,V During.Dr. : Sisco's treatment, 10 lawsuit, said, Mrs. Pcgram iderwenl a radium implant ol ie cervix, and subsequently as treated al least every other e e k e n d with' "radialior lerapy" at Sisco's office until ie end of January 1971. The doctor I assured Mrs egram lhal her cancer was o 'longer'present, failing to arn her that she still had Ihe iscase and that her condition as deteriorating, the suit said The plaintiffs said lie was jgligent in failing to refer to er to a specialist to administer ie radiation implant and adialion therapy. Mrs. . Pcgram subsequently nd c r w en t a radica" y s t e r e c t o m y a n d bowe isecllpn plus a sigmoid colon pcration at the Arkansas edical Center, the suit said. She asks $150,090 damage for alri and suffering, menial nguish and; loss of wages for year. Pegram seeks ·$50,000 ir loss of consortium. Future CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE) dvantages" of decentralization ' at "should not be surrenderee Shtly." ; Still another board member .J. Lambert of Grossell, ould not say if he favors a niversity system. However, il e colleges and universities ontinue lo cooperate with the ate Board of Higher Ediica on, he said he saw- no need for ore centralization. Lambert also said he saw no eason to discuss the university 'stem issue until a proposal omes before the state legisla re or the Legislative Council. A seventh board member red MacDdnald of Brinkley did he favored more central ed educational control, but he aid he -had not reached a firm decision" on whether a niversity system was the prop- r form of centralization. A graduate of Arkansas Col ge at Batesville and George ' a s h i n g t o n University /ashington, D.C.. MacDonald aid he did not think Arkansas ould support two systems. Board member Harry Ponder r. of Walnut Ridge, who also raduated from Arkansas Col ge and l a t e r the UofA law chpol, said he favored "some rm of overall- control ot the igher educational institution the slate" to provide more ficient use of state funds. Board.: member Hertry B ireve of Batesville said In ad not formed an opinion or ie issue. However, he said he lought'a more expanded sys em- was inevitable for Ar ansas because of limited stat urids.··- · Shreve also noted that a dua ystem might be belter than a ngle syslem because of Ih ultural differences throughou ie state. A final board member, Jirn noddy of Van Burs:;, who is i ormer state senator, said h' as undecided on the matter. Professor Files Suit In Try To Regain His Job SAN JOSE, Calif. . (AP) Claiming his free speech wa iolated, former English profes or H. Bruce Franklin, 37, ha iled suit here in an attempt ti egain his teaching job at Stan ord University. The self-described Maois 'evolutionary was a tenured-as iociate professor when Ih Stanford Board of Trustee rated 20-2 to fire him las (anuary. The board acted afte i lengthy campus hearin ound Franklin guilty of in citing students to violent act luring anti-war demonstration n .January and February 1971 The suit, also sponsored b he American Civil Libcrlie Union of Northern California vas filed in Santa Clara Count Superior Court Tuesday. Blast CONTINUED FROM PACJE ONB) hat caused the explosion, but peculated it was "obviously.n fltnb ot -.lynamllo or black owdor, or something ot that alui'o." Vaults o f - t h o bank, ho said, w e r o ' n o t , molcslcd or dam- ged. Shortly a[(et the explosion icre was a report of a similar last at I ho National Guard ar- lory about two blocks away. Officers dispatched there found o sign ot trouble, Coleman aid. Discussion CONTINUED FROM PACE ONE) derstanding largely on Ihe TIMES, which he said : had ailed to tell both sides of the story in the district's effort to get water. ' Both Phelps and Skclton ilclurcd the water district as ilmilar to a rural electric co- iperative. "Few people ever '.\pecled electricity to be ivailable lo nearly every rural home in America when the co- perative program began," kclton said. Grimes directors announced meeting at that the cpresentative from Black and /eatch Engineering Co. would x in Fayetteville and, at a lublic meeting Friday. Aug. 25. at 4 p.m. will answer any liiestlons concerning how the ate would be established. Board Obituary JOHN A. GEARHART Gearhart Named Singer Company Vice President John A. Gearhart, formerly of Fayetteville, has been named PAMELA KMERSON': Sprlngdnle -- Pivmola Gay Kmcrson, 7, of 1605 Carlwrlglit, died Tuesday In Sin-lngdnlo hospital. Born VJee. 22, 1904 In Kay- Ictlcvillc, the daughter of Robert C. nnd Maureen L, Dnrdcen Emerson, she was n second t rndc student at Elmtlnlc chuol nnd u Mclhodlsl, Survivors In addition to the parents lire two brothers, Rlchurd Intel Robert Jr., and one sister, Janet, all of tho home; v.the . palornnl grandmother; Mrs. .Carl Emerson ot S p r i n g d n I c ; the malernal grandfather, Harold Dardeen of M o u n t iCnrmel, 111.; the maternal Madeline Wash, nnd the palernaj grcat- Srandmolhers, Mrs, Flossie Fight of Indianola, Iowa and Mrs. · Gladys C o h a r d of Springdale, · . Funeral service will be at 10 a.m. Friday at the First United Methodist Church with burial in Friendship Cemetei'y under direction of Sis'co Funeral Chape!. llio paloi'ital KrnmlparDnls, Mr. nnd Mrs, Johnny Hood of Goshcn. . · ·-.· · - . ' · · , ' Graveside services will lie at 19 a.m. Thursday at tho Carlock Cemetery under direction of Hraahears Funeral Homo. vice president corporate Charged With Rape John B. Leyva, 22, of Lincoln, vas " arrested Tuesday in Jentonyiile on a Washington County warrant charging first degree rape. He was transferred lo the Washington County jail to await CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE) business, considered ill-located, 0 move to a more suitable area f it finds itself needing to expand or make major improvements. Director Ernest Lancaster noted that a non-conforming 1 u s i n e s s con make im- irovenients as long as they do not exceed 10 per cent of the :ost of replacing the structure md do not increase the cubic ipace. "This has been a long-time jroblem," Lancaster said. Director Russell Purdy called .he operation a "nuisance," and said "I suspect it also is a health hazard." The board voted 5-1 to reject he rezoning petition with Starr oting for the rezoning. Director ,oris Stanton was absent. In other action, Ihe board ended ' another controversy -his one involving duplexes )eing allowed in low density residential areas. The new ordinance, passed 5, actually is a compromise between the last two ordinances _ o v e r n i n g construction of duplexes in prime residential reas. · +· · ··'. Under the new law, duplexes slill can be built in residential areas but only after a public hearing with notice to adjoining aroperty owners and notice :eing placed on the land. The Planning Commission, after the learing, decides whether to allow its construction. Under the original low density residential ordinance, o n l y single family dwelling units could be built. In June, 1970, that was changed to allow, with only few restrictions, duplexes in such 1 areas. Only director Robert 'Utley voted against the new ordinance. Utley said after the meeting he was opposed totally to duplexes in such areas and wanted the city to revert to the original ordinance. STREET PROBLEM The board also compromised another controversy Tuesday night. Fayetleville agreed in 1966 with the Housing Authority lo make sure paved streets were constructed around the W e s t Fayetteville Housing Project. ' Under the agreement, the work was to he done by forming a street improvement district -the current procedure for creating paved streets in Fayetteville. However, undeivthe formula for assessing the cost, the greatest cost of construction would fall on residents in the area who didn't want the streets -- at least not at the proposed individual costs. Gene Kelley, a Rogers attorney representing a mmTBet of residents in the area, pointed out that well over a majority of residents did not want and could not afford the district. The board followed the suggestion by City Manager Donald Grimes that, the street improvements be cut bacU "as much as possible and something else worked out. communications of The Singer Company, it was announced in New York today by Donald P. Kircher, president, . ' · ' · ' . A native of Fort Smith, Gearhart Joined The Singer Company in 1970 as Director.pt Investor Relations, He previously had served as director, o f ' I n v e s t o r relations at RCA and was in the Investor relations, depart mental General Eleptric. Gearhart is a founding member of the-National Investor Relations Institute and is a member of the organization's board of directors. He is a member of the board of governors of th.e lnvest-in- America Council and a member of the National .Association of Business Economisls, Stockholder Relations Society of New York and the Investor Relations Association. grandmother, Mrs. Wheeler of Seattle, Memorials may L h e Children's Building Fund at Methodist Church. be made to Educations! First United WALTER CARTER Siloam Springs -- Walter Carter, 80, of Route; 1, Genlry, died Tuesday in the Gravette Medical Center. Born Aug. 16, 1882 in Sulphur City, he was a retired farmer and a member of the Free Holiness Church. Survivors are the widow, Mrs. Ruth Carter of Ihe home; one brother, Alfred of San Francisco and two grandchildren. Funeral service will be! at p.m. Thursday at Wasson Memorial Chapel with burial ir Me Cord Cemetery. JOHN CALDWELL The Rev. John H. Caldwell 74, formerly of Springdale, diec Aug. 13 in Gilmer, Tex. Born July 18, 1898 the son of Henry Clay and Henrietta Johnson A 1954 MBA graduate of the'Caldwell, he pastored severa U n i v e r s i t y o f Arkansas. Gearhart is married to the former Gretchen Baerg of Fay- etleville. They and their five children reside in Stamford, Conn. He · is the son of Mrs. Jeanne Gearhart and the late Charges Filed Escape from custody charges were filed Tuesday in Washing- ion Circuit Court against Perry Lyn Preas, 22, of Abiline, Tex., who walked away from sheriff's deputies Aug. 6 during work detail at the county jail. Escape charges also will be filed against Kenneth David Forman, 29, of San Angelo, Tex., who escaped May 21, Prosecutor Mahlon Gibson said today. = · . · Preas and Forman both were serving seven months of a one year term after pleading quilty May 10 to petit larceny in the theft of a credit car'd and cash from a car owned by Mrs. Faye Tanksley of Springdale. ville. E. Gearhart of Fayelte- a r e a churches of the Washington-Madison B a p t i s Association between 1930 and 1938.- SUrvivors are the widow, Mrs Anna Home Caldwell of the home; two daughters, Mrs Helen Hargrave of Gilmer anc Mrs. Joanna Curtis of Troup Tex.; two sons, John Henry Jr of Garland, Tex., and Pau Thomas of Dallas; three sisters Mrs. R'ubie Grieser of Spring dale, Mrs. Lula Reed of Fay etteville and Mrs. Mary Trisle of Fort children grandchildren. Smith;- two and three grand great Funeral and burial were Tuesday in Gilmer. JEREMY HOOD Huntsville · -- Jeremy Hoo'd two : day-old son of Mr. and Mrs Johnny Hood of Hunlsville, diet this morning", in the Madison County Hospital. Survivors in parents are grandparents, Sidney Officer of Huntsville and addition to the the materna Mr. and Mr: MRS. NEI.UK CO till Huntsville -- Mrs, Nellie Knlhryn Cobti, 17, ot Hunlsville, tiled Tucsdny evening in the Mndlson County hospital, :She was born July IB, 1835 at War RglO. Survivors aro two sisters, Mrs, Ida Campbell of Rogers and ' Mrs. Bert Cook of 3brnardlno, Calif, and San one , , jrtilher, R, C, Gllliam. of Hunts Ville. · · . · : - · -. ' ·Graveside services were at 10 a.m. today at the Hunlsvllle Cemetery. THOMAS VANTHEESE Rogers -- Thomas Waller Vantreese, 84, of Cave Springs, lied Tuesday morning a t . a Rogers nursing homo. Born May 9, 1888 In .Ellis Cour,ty, Tex., he was a retired farmer and a member of the Cave Springs Churc.h of Christ; Survivors include Hie' widow Mrs. Llllie ; ; Vantreese'of the idme; two-, daughters, Mrs, Nina Walsh of Route 2 t Rogers and Mrs.' Fay M.undy of Route 2, Fayelleville; a sister, Mrs. Ada Lowe of Mart Tex., five grandchildren anc nine great-grandchildren.' . , Funeral service will be Thurs day at 2:30 p,m. at the Cave Springs Church of Christ, with burial in Benton County M e mo r i a l direction of Gardens, under Home of Rogers. Burns Funera Coleman Speaks At Consumer Workshop Dr. Larry D. - Coleman director of the Regional Cente for Family Financial Education at Indiana State University in Terre. Haute, was guest speake at the Consumer Education Workshop being held this weel on the University of Arkansa: campus. Dr. Dean Clayton, professo of education at the UofA am director of the workshop, saic that Dr. Colenian spoke or "Personal and Family Financja P l a n n i n g " He told the workshop participants tha adequate savings and insurant:* programs should be stressed in family financial planning, a; well as inveslment programs. Dr. Coleman is serving a; special consultant lo thi workshop. He also participate! fn a panel · discussion. Thi program will be shown on thi University's television program on Channel 8 of the Fayettevill cable system Aug. 18 at 8:3 p.m. and Aug. 22 at 3:30 p.m. Judge Returns Circuit Judge Maupin Cum mings is back in his office toda following a two week trip t San Francisco to attend th annual meting of the America Bar Association. Mild Winter Affecls Gas Firm's Sales K. Scharlau t iresldeiil of Arkmisiis .Western Ins ComnnnyY iuniounccd today ImL . imiuulltcil canting [or Urn Irst halt 1912 wore a ,481,540, f 85 cchls:per, elmre of common lock outstanding, compareti vllh -$1,025,013. of 93 cenls per have for lliofli'sl half of 1971. · For Uio 12 months ended June 0, V-.1972, earnings were 2,094,706, -'or $1.22 per', share, ibmparlid with $2,165,593, or H.25 piir srwe,; for the same peripd in 1971. · '-.. ···'·, .-i.\\ - .." · , ' .Gns i^ales · for the first' sjx monUis through the company's utility system in , 'Arkansas declined by $243,810. This decline.. Scharlau said, is. nt- rlbulea to the 'mild winter experienced during the first part of this year. .· · ; Scharlau said increased sajcs rom the company's oil and gas reduction in Oklahoma helped ,o offset the decline In utility revenues. He also attributed Itie company's efforts in keeping operating expenses, within line n . preventing earnings from, declining more :sharply, Scharlau rioted, Ihe. company's jxplorallon activities' continue n Arkansas and Oklahoma. but that Arkansas drilling 'activities are disappointing With the company participating in four wells; only ,- one I of /which resulted as a '-producer. ,' In O k l a h o m a , t h e company completed a gas producer with an approximate seven milMon cubic teet . daily, .open , flow. Another well has been completed as an oil producer and lias been producing 130 barrels per day. Another Well is r in the process of being tested by the company, with a fourth well being drilled -as an offset to an oil producing well. The company has started drilling another well in Arkansas. WRITE US FOR ACTION! When you have something you'd like to exchange for cash, we're as close as your mail box, and one short letter starts the action. 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