Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 22, 1977 · Page 2
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Page HOI J i \RK > STAR Weather warming up .17 By TV A*M>rt»t«4 Prr*i A warnrtifif trend ha* bejfun tn Arkansas. as winds switched to to* west Mid srrthwwt today Abundant sunshine helped to moderate the cold air over th* state- Hope Star y. DerernbfT SE, I*T Vet. Tf-Ne. 5? Star sf Hop* l*»; Pre« IWT CeaMitdated January tt. 1W* Published ever) week- • day eve mng as The Star Building W Third and Grady Sts , Hope, Ark 71801 Publication is suspended for three holidays a ytar -Fourth of July, Thanksgiving, and Christmas. Addirss mail to PO Box 64ft, Hop*. Ark 71801 'Phone. Area C«le 501 - 777- SeoMtd-fUff pottage paid at Hope, Ark. By STAR PUBLISHING Co. AVex. H, Watbtwra. Preiideat and Editor (Uimemoriam: Paul H. Jones, Managing Editor. 1929-1972). Editorial - Dorothy Winch*! City Editor Mrs. Annette Rogers Women's News Editor Food, Fashions. Society Billy Burton Photo-Features Editor Mrs. Esther Hicka Black Community AdvertUinfi — Mrs. Sibyl Parsons Advertising Director Virginia Hiscott Associate Mrs. Wanda Hays Associate Mrs, Sonya O'Rourke Classified Manager CtreuiaU<m- C.M. Rogers. Jr. Circulation Director Mrs. Alice Kate Baker, Bookkeeper Mrs. Penny Hick* Associate General Bookkeeper — Mrs. Elisabeth Bobo Mrs. Mary Ann Faught Associate Mechanical Department — D.E. Allen, Mechanical Superintendent and Head Pressman Wendell House Pressman Danny l^wallen. Pressman Composing Room — Judy Gray, Foreman Mrs. Lois Rjvcrs, Mrs Helen Edwards, Mrs. Chris Burnley, and Mrs. Mickey- Sims Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulations Member of the Associated s. The Associated Press is entitled exclusively to the use for republication of all the local news printed in this newspaper, as well a all AP news dispatches. Member of the Southern Newspaper Publishers Ass'n., National Newspaper Ass'n., and Arkansas Press Ass'n. National advertising representatives: Arkansas Dailies, Inc., 3387 Poplar Ave., Memphis. Tenn 38111; 960 Hartford Bidg., Dallas. Texas 75201; 400 .Y Michigan Ave., Chicago, m 60601; 60 E. 42nd St.. New York. N.V. 1001"; 1276 Penobscot Bldg., Detroit, Mich. 18226; Classen Terrace Bidg., 141 i Classen Blvd., Oklahoma City Okla. 73106. Single Copy 15c Subscription Rales 'Payable in advance) By Carrier in Hope and Neighboring towns— Per Week 6Qc Per Calendar Month J2-60 Per Year Office only 3100 By mail in Hempstead, Nevada. Lafayette, Howard, Pike, Miller and Clark Coua- One Month fl.SO Three Months 4.10 Six Months 8.00 One Year 15.00 11 other Mai) in Arkansas One Mamh |1.9( Three Months 4.65 Six Months 9.00 One Year 17.00 AU Other Mail Outside Arkansas One Month $2.00 Three Months 5.65 Six Months 11.00 One Year 20.00 College Student Bargain Offer Nine Months $9.75 The intense !o* pnrsmjr* system over the Greai f*krs area thai hud b**t! cirr-ufating roJd air across Arkansas is continuing it* northeastward track, and ha.i weakened High pres- ««re ft-nterM over the north- wes? Gtrif dominated Ark AflMV weather today The forecast is for warmer temperature s and partly cloudy skies tonight and Friday. Ixiws toniRht will be m the 30s and lower 40s High* Friday will reach the »s and low 60s Wednesday night wgj s chilly night in Arkansas with temperatures falling into the teens and lower 20* over much of the sisit The crally nujht followed a cold and cloudy day Wednesday Most of the state reached maximum temperatures only in the Ms Texarkana was the exception, where a hi*h of 41 was reported. Snow fell as far south as central Arkansas. But the snow came in the form of flurries in much of the northern half of the state, with no significant accumulation at most points. ByTbe Awoclated Pre» Thurtday h Hi LO PRC Otli Albany 41 33 .74 cdy Albu'que 36 23 cdy Amarillo 47 27 cdy Anchorage 29 26 M AshevilJe 39 22 clr Atlanta 41 26 clr Baltimore « 27 .09 clr Birmingham 35 29 cdy Bismarck 24 06 cdy Boise 35 24 m Boston 56 42 1.50 clr Brownsville 65 33 cdy Buffalo 39 24 .11 cdy CharlstnSC 65 32 .02 clr QiarlstnWV 35 23 .04 cdy Chicago 32 21 .02 rn Cincinnati 25 20 . cdy Cleveland 33 23 .05 cdy Dal Ft. Wth « 22 .05 cdy Denver 51 34 cdy DCS Moines 22 12 cdy Detroit 27 23 .14 cdy Duluth 24 10 .. cdy Fairbanks 21 14 .32 sn Hartford 44 34 1.29 clr Helena 27 20 . sn Honolulu 78 62 . clr Houston 50 38 cdy Inu'apotu 24 22 .03 cdy Jacks'ville 63 31 . clr Juneau 20 05 . cdy Klin's City 27 19 .. cdy Las Vegas SO 36 . rn Uttle Rock 33 24 cdy LoaAngetes 67 57 .03 rn Louisville 29 24 cdy Memphis 37 28 cdy Miami 79 54 c ir Milwaukee 33 20 .07 cdy Mpls-St. P. 21 10 cdy New Orleans 47 27 clr New York M 34 clr Okla. City 41 30 .. cdy Omaha 25 19 cdy Orlando S3 39 .50 clr PtiUad'phla 53 30 .20 clr Phoenix 69 57 .. m Pittsburgh 36 25 .02 cdy P'tland, Me. 49 38 1.78 clr P'tland,0re. 47 34 . rn Rapid City 39 27 .. rn Richmond 45 29 ., cL- St. Louis 22 16 .01 cdy St. P. Tampa 66 41 .10 cir Salt Lake 29 27 .. sn San Diego 72 64 .. rn San Fran 62 52 .61 rn Seattle 50 35 . rn Spokane 26 26 .08 sn Washington 47 32 .04 clr Hi—Previous day's high. Lo—Previous day's low. Prc—Precipitation for 24 hours ending 8 a.m. EOT today. Otlk-Sky conditions outlook for tomorrow. MRS. Marilyn Weston McDonald, daughter of Melvin and Annie Wesion of Hope, has been appointed assistant supervisor of the proof department at the First National Bank of Abilene. Tex She is a l%y graduate of Yerger High School Her husband is stationed at Dyess Air Force Base Obituaries MRS fRMA TMOMA5 Mr* Irma Thorna*. 74. of : in a local h'-^ 53->p w a« bf>rn Augus*. S5. a? f»i.«.-rn«e> . and ws o? !he Water s* Church She is survived by two dauiehiprs. Mrs. J^oeta fk»dwin of Colorado Springs, Col.. Mrs Alien? Carter fit Abilene. Tex . son, l.tc. Lyndell E of Smiths. Ala ; five grandchildren; three greal- (r;randrhildren; two sisters. Mrs IMS Seal of Hope, and Mrs Edith Walker of Thornton Colo. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Friday in Hemdon chapel with the Rev. Gen* Sbowmaker officiating. Burial will be In Water Creek cemetery under the direction of Herndon Funeral Home. DELLA SOUTHWARD Mrs. Delia M. Southward. 86, died Tuesday evening in a local nursing home, She was a member of the Unity Baptist Church, and a retired bookkeeper. Survivors are one daughter. Mrs. W.A Fowler of Hillcrest Heights, Md.; two sisters, Mrs. J B Ellen Sr. of Odessa, Tex.. Mrs Vena Johawn of Hope; '«ie grandchild; and two great- grandchildren. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Thursday at Oakcrest Funeral Home chapel with the Kev. Gordon Renshaw officiating. Burial was in Rose Hill cemetery-. MRS. VIVIAN DAVIS Mrs. Vivian Nix Davis, sister of Owen Nil of Hope, died Monday in a hospital at Nevada, Mo. Other survivors include her husband, Ruby Davis of NCOS ho, Mo.; a son, Theron Davis of Kansas City, Mo.; two daughters, Mrs. Tom Harvey of Shawnee, Okla., Mrs. Dottle Whitworth of Wichita; four sisters, Mrs. Edna Webb and Mrs. Thebna Lett, both of Terarkana, Mrs. Ruby Wilson of Tucson, and Mrs. Montra Disell of Houston; three brothers, Tom Nls of Texarkana, Lynn Nix of Jonesboro, and Royce Nix of Houston; 11 grandchildren; and a number of great-grandchildren. Funeral services and burial were held Thursday morning in Wichita, Kan. MRS. CHIGOE TOLLETT Mrs Chk* Beggs Tollen. f,rmrrty of Nashville, dice Tuesday in an Ashdown nursing home at age 77. She was a native of ScaaJ. a retired nursing home owner and administrator, and a Baptist She is survived by a son, Raye Tollett of Dallas; a daughter, Mrs. Faye O'Neal of Ashdown; three sisters, Mrs. Modear. WiUet, Mrs. Mable Hooks, both of Nashville, and Mrs. Lena Eaaley of Texarkana; three grandchildren; and five great- grandchildren. Funeral services will be at 2:30 p.m. Friday in the Latimer Funeral Home chapel with the Rev. James Crawford and the Rev. Tommy Hall officiating. Burial will be in Mineral Springs cemetery. MRS. REBA HICKSON Mrs. Reba Gertrude Boles Hickson, 76. of Pine Bluff, died Tuesday. She was born July 19, 1901, the daughter of R.C. and Laura Belle Cox Boles. She was a housewife, and a Baptist Survivors are three sons, George Stepp of Carthage, Ark., Massine Paradise of Pine Bluff, Robert Oneal Hickson of Jacksonville, Tex.; one daughter, Marie Brewster of Ruston, La.; one sister, Emma Allen of Pine Bluff; 18 grandchildren; and 21 great- grandchildren. Funeral sen-ices were held at 2 p.m. Thursday in the Hale- South Funeral Home chapel at Pine Bluff with the Rev. Gene Smith officiating. Burial was in Friendship cemetery. HERB B. LAMB Herb B. Lamb, 95, died Wednesday in a Nashville hospital. He was formerly of Saline (Pike County), a retired farmer, and was an elder of the Saline Church of Christ for more than 40 years. Survivors are one son, Hobart Lamb of Slaine; two daughters, Mrs. Maydell Bailey of Delight, and Mrs. Luther McDonald of Nashville; 15 grandchildren; 30 great-grandchildren; and 14 great-great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Friday at the Saline Church of Christ with Wallace Alexander and Lindel Campbell officiating. Burial will be in Saline cemetery under the directions of Latimer Funeral Home of Nashville. Victim of shooting is buried at Delight Funeral services for Meredith Don Duncan, who was killed Sunday night by a shotgun blast during a robbery attempt at a ol in Dellght Mr. Duncan, 38, was a resident of Dallas, and a surveyor. He was formerly of Pike County. Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Ruth Beard Duncan; two sons, Kelley D. and Jeffery D. Duncan, both of the home; a daughter, Miss Deborah Duncan of Dallas; his mother and stepfather, Mr. and Mrs. Roy T. Nolen of Delight; a stepbrother, Roland Nolen of Little Rock; a stepsister, Mrs. Violet HoweD. of Antoine; and a half-sister. Mrs. Esther Nolen of Delight. Dallas police said Duncan was told by the robber to move and was shot in the chest when he failed to comply. A Dallas man has been charged in the shooting. County veterans service officer receives award Tom Miller, director of the Arkansas Veterans Service Office in Little Rock, has announced the award of a "Certificate of Knowlede- ability of Verterans Benefits" to Raymond F. Jones, Hempstead County veterans sen-ice officer. The award has not only the seal of the State of Arkansas, but also the inscription "For (his) demonstrated experience and proficiency in passing the county veterans service officers certification test on the 15th day of October, 1977." The certificate is signed by Tom Miller and cosigned by Albert Collier, president of the Arkansas Veterans Service Officers Associatioa The certificate assures that Hempstead County veterans, their dependents and survivors will continue to receive capable and professional assistance in the area of veterans benefits. It also assures that Hempstead County will receive Act 5J6 funds from the State to assist in serving its veterans. The award will be displayed in the Jones' office. County Veterans Service Officer, at the county court house, 3rd floor. Gunman (Continued from Front Pagei lieved to contain about $130,000. Armed with a .38-caliber revolver, the man entered the bank Tuesday afternoon and ordered the manager to telephone a Marine guard at the base gate and tell him the bank was being robbed A cortfingfcnt of Marines and Filipino base security men set up a cordon around the bank, along with Philippine soldiers and local police. The man first demanded to talk with Rear Adrn. Hum- ington Hardisty, who toe* command of the base last week, then changed his mind and asked for a helicopter to take him away, but he did not give his destination, Sberma Christinas is a time of «ivin<r. Rev. Hale tells club gathering The Kiwanis Club's annual Christmas Indies Night was held at the Sheraton Inn on Tuesday night. After the mea! and as Christmas carols were being sung Old Santa appeared, stopped the singing, and distributed fun gifts to selected Kiwanians, after which the caroling continued. The Rev. Ralph Hale, pastor cf the First United Methodist Church in Hope, was the featured speaker of the evening. He began his talk by stating that Christmas time for some is a time of frustration, when one worries about the children being away from home; about all the cooking and cleaning that must be done; about the presents that must be bought; about the lack of funds; about the shortness of time for getting ready; about the securing of a tree and decorations; or about a thousand other things of little real consequence. "We miss the joy of Christmas," said Rev. Hale. He then asked, "What will Christmas be for you?" Have you thought about someone other than your family or ckse friends'' .Are you concerned about that one one who will spend Christmas done? What about that one with no children: that one in the hospital at Christmas; that one with an incurable disease; the ones recently widowed who will spend their first Christmas without then- mate; that one recently divorced; or that one overly addicted to alcohol? Christmas is a time of giving as well as receiving, a time to forget self and think of others. Rev. Hale challenged those present to seek out someone, preferably someone unknown or little known to them, during the days immediately before Christmas, someone with a special need or with a problem and to try to help them to meet their need or solve their problem. "Will Christmas be one of frustration for you; one in which you are up tight and filled with anxiety, or will it be one of open concern for the needs of others even as Jesus was concerned for others:" said Rev. Hale. Abercronibie nominated delegate to symposium all around town .. .by the Star staff 5var.:s ria'.i< » ;': be H; ;ru- i luckcr,' -untry Thursday and Fndn> tr..;p 2-^3i ,: .Ail kids arc invite.) to visit with him. Watch nieh! service will be held at 8p.m. December 31 at the Okay Community Baptist Church. Devotional will be by M- Cecil Furter; sermon by the Rev. Sandford. Song director will be Mr. Funderburg. Slacey Thrasher is pastor. Special services will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Grace Baptist Church, Highway 67 east. Preaching will begin at 11 a.m. Christmas gifts will be given to all children present. Sunday services will begin with preaching at 10 a.m. and a program entitled "A Ixmg Ago Christmas," will be presented at 11 a.m. The public is invited to attend. Garland School's Cub Scout Pack 62, represented by Cubs John Byrd, Michael I>andes, and Ivan Foster presented a gift of three turkeys to the residents of the Pinehope Nursing Home for their Christmas dinner. All city offices will be closed Monday in observance of Christmas. Monday's garbage will be picked up on Tuesday; Tuesday's garbage on Wednesday; Thursday and Friday's pickups will be done on the regular schedule. The life story of Edward J. Cooper will be featured Monday, December 26 on KXAR. This is the tape prepared by "Unshackled" and it will run at 9a.m. Donna Cox, a junior from Hope, has been named president of the Gamma Phi women's social club at Ouachita Baptist University for 1978. Other officers include Donna Sellers, a sophomore from Ashdown, historian. The club's purpose is to involve its members in every aspect of campus life and to sponsor several social activities on campus each year. Missouri farmers active Roger Abercrombie, a freshman at Spring Hill High School has been nominiated as a student delegate to the twelfth Arkansas Junior Science and Humanities Symposium to be held March 9,10, and 11,1978, at Arkansas Tech University. The program will consist of lectures, tours, student research papers, and seminars under the direction of the Symposium staff and individual secondary school teachers. Fifty-five teachers and 100 students have participated each year for the past seven years. This activity is co-sponsored by the U.S. Army Research Office, N. Carolina, and private industries. The student, Roger Abercrombie, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Abercrombie of Hope. JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. 1 AP) — Striking Missouri farmers remained active Wednesday in the nationwide protest of farm economy problems. An official of the Kansas City Board of Trade said the strike appears to have had little impact on the grain market. However, a strike spokesman said farmers didn't expect the market to be effected this soon. More picketing is planned by Missouri farmers and Gov. Joseph Teasdale says he'll meet with strike leaders Friday to the discuss the upcoming meeting with Agriculture secretary Bob Bergland. —Support your local merchants. —Shop in Hope. Carter (Continued from Front Page) full day of Christmas vacation at dawn today with a 10-minute walk from his rambling brick house on Woodland Drive to his old peanut warehouse and processing plant. Dressed in blue jeans, a red flannel shirt and work shoes, he donned a tan overcoat against temperatures in the 20s. With his son, Chip, he inspected the warehouse, currently leased by the famfly trust to a farm coop- erative, then set out on a stroll down Main Street. Stopping now and then to greet the few tourists who were out at that hour, he dropped in at each of the small country stores along the street and had a long chat with his cousin, Hugh Carter, a state senator who owns an antique shop at the end of the block. At the Plains Pharmacy, Carter bought a hunting license. He used his driver's license for identification and his Plains address — not the White House. 91818 E. Third Hope, Ark. CHICKEN COUNTRY SPECIAL GOOD THRU DEC 31-1 977 8 PC. CHICKEN '/*»• 6 ROILS g Sortta will be here (9 Thurs. & Fri. 2PM & MAWW4!f&f&&JWf&WWtf&<fy^^ I Holiday greetings from us to you, O, may your every wish come true. Peace on earth to all friends dear, Enduring happiness, health, and cheer! Member FDIC

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