Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 22, 1977 · Page 5
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 5

Publication:
Location:
Hope, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Thursday, December 22, 1977
Page:
Page 5
Start Free Trial
Cancel

Thursday, December 22. 1977 HOPE (ARK.) STAR Monticello firm is hired for appraisal Hempstead County Equilization Board has recently let a contract with P&W Appraisals, Inc. of Monticello Ark., to do a complete reappraisal of an ot the land and improvements in the county for equilization of real estate values. The contract will run until August 31, 1978 During this period there will be three two-man crews doing actual on-site physical appraisals in the county. These men will be properly identified and will be driving vehicles with company signs attached. Any questions concerning the reappraisal can be directed to the Hempstead County Assessors Office or the office of P&W Appraisals* Inc. Both offices are located in the county courthouse. The cooperation of the property owners of Hempstead County would be greatly appreciated. -*-•-•• BRIDGE Oswald and Jim Jacoby No room to draw trumps ^ NORTH 22 * 106 2 K643 7 + A 864 2 WEST EAST * J 53 + 8 ¥ J 109 f AQ752 t Q865 +KJ432 * K J 7 * Q 10 SOUTH * AKQ974 f 8 4 A 109 * 953 Vulnerable: East-West, Dealer: South. West North East South 1* Pass 2* Pass 44 Pass Pass Pass Opening lead: Jack of hearts. continues. South ruffs; cashes his ace of diamonds; ruffs a diamond; ruffs a heart to get back to his hand; ruffs his last diamond; leads dummy's 10 of trumps; overtakes; pulls trumps and eventually loses two of his three clubs. Suppose he had led just one round of trumps before starting on ruffing diamonds. After he had ruffed his last diamond he would have had no way to get to his hand to draw trumps. He would try a heart and West would get to make his jack of trumps. By Oswald & James Jacoby As Reese points out, the commonest reason for not playing trumps immediately is that you want to ruff some of your losers in dummy. After this hint it is easy to see that South should not touch trumps until he has done something about those two small diamonds in his hand. Can he afford one round of trumps? No, although it is not too easy to see why he can't. West holds the first trick with his jack of hearts and A Minnesota reader wants to know if we would open one notrump with: *K xxx ?A + K Jxx *A J xx He points out we have 16 high cards and stoppers in all four suits. The answer is a resounding "no". When you have any singleton, the chances are so good that you should play in a suit that you should always start with a suit bid. This time the right opening is one diamond. (NEWSPAPER ENTERPRISE ASSN.) (For a copy of JACOQY MODERN, send $1 to: "Win at ' Bridge," c/o this newspaper. P.O. Box 489. Radio City Station. New York. N.Y. 10019) HEALTH Lawrence E. Lamb, M.D. Effects of hormones By Lawrence Lamb, M.D. DEAR DR. LAMB — One of your columns about the menopause and Premarin raised some questions for me. About four years ago, I had a kidney removed for kidney cancer, no treatments or medication for cancer. Since then, I had a total hysterectomy, but not for cancer, and I take Premarin daily, three weeks on and one week off. I am 40 years old. As a cancer patient and not having a uterus, just what is Premarin doing for me? Since I don't have a uterus, the lining can't grow from hormone stimulation nor sluff off when the hormones are stopped for a week, so what does it do? Is it necessary to take it and how does it act without a uterus? DEAR READER — You should discuss this with your doctor in relation to your previous cancer. The decision as to whether a female or male hormone should be used depends entirely on the type of cancer. To illustrate the point, female hormones are useful in the treatment of cancer of the prostate that has spread beyond the gland itself, but may speed up the spread of breast cancer. I presume that your kidney tumor was either benign, and hence no further treatment, or it is a type of tumor not affected by hormones. Premarin as other female hormones does act on the uterus, but that is only a small part of its action. If a woman is low on female hormones from other sources after the menopause, or after the ovaries have been surgically removed, replacement therapy prevents hot flashes and other changes attributed to the menopause and post menopausal phase. Some women produce adequate amounts of female hormones from the adrenal gland (its cortex) and do not require hormone replacement, but only an examina- tion by your doctor can establish the need or lack of need for replacement hormones. Female and male hormones have a general effect on the body beyond the primary sex organs. That includes such things as affecting hair growth and distribution, muscular strength, perhaps the retention of calcium in the bones, and in some cases, the tendency to have a high or low cholesterol level. You may be interested to know that a very good study at Vanderbilt University showed that women who took estrogen therapy after surgical removal of the ovaries with a hysterectomy lived longer and felt better than women who did not take hormones. In both groups, of course, cancer of the uterus was not a consideration since neither group had a uterus. Why did these women do better receiving female hormones? The big factor was that these women had a lower rate of heart attacks, strokes, and a decreased rate of cancer deaths from all cancers (but within the group a slight increase in breast cancer). There is evidence that suggests female hormones may help protect women from lung cancer. So, women should know that in certain cases, female hormones may increase the risk of cancer, but in many other cases, it decreases the risk of many common cancers and may increase a woman's chances for a longer and healthy life. I think you need some information on the overall action of female hormones, so I am sending you The Health Letter number 5-12, Menopause. Others who want this issue can send 50 cents with a long, stamped, self-addressed envelope for it to me in care of this newspaper, P.O. Box 1551, Radio City Station, New York, NY 10019. (NEWSPAPER ENTERPRISE ASSN. I For Friday. Dec. 23. 1977 ••§ • £ • • ASTRO-GRAPH Television Logs Rornir*a Rar4A Oer\l ^1^ Bernice Bede Osol Dec. 23. 1977 There's a strong likelihood you'll get involved in a very profitable joint venture this coming year. Your counterpart will be bright and have extremely good business judgment. CAPRICORN (Dec.22-Jan.19) Solving the human equation comes easy at work today. You're very industrious, and brainstorming another's problems is your bag. Like to find out more of what lies ahead for you? Send for your copy of Astro-Graph Letter by mailing 50 cents for each and a long, self-addressed, stamped envelope to Astro-Graph, P.O. Box 489, Radio City Station, N.Y.10019. Be sure to specify your birth sign. AQUARIUS (Jan.20-Feb.19) Public relations is a field where you can shine today. Anyone who needs to get a message across would be wise to call on you. PISCES (Feb.20-March 20) Get those deals wrapped up today. You're an extra-good closer. It will be to your advantage to put the clincher in wherever you can. ARIES (March 21-April 19) You're very enthusiastic today. Your ideas inspire others. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) Today you could make an art out of accumulation. If there's anything to be gained by having something, you'll find a way to get it. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) There will be plenty of activity around you today because of your ability to get things moving. You might generate an impromptu party. CANCER (June 21-July 22) Don't ask directly if there's something you want from another today. Try to arrange it so the owner feels that he originated the idea. LEO (July 23-Aug.22) The reason you gain admiration today is that you are fair in your dealings, even though you're operating from a position of strength and needn't be fair. VIRGO (Aug.23-Sept.22) Financial gain is probable today through a partnership situation. Devote as much time and energy to it as you can. LIBRA (Sept.23-Oct.23) Although you're in the midst of a crowd today, you'll single out a certain party to give most of your attention to. You have much in common to discuss. SCORPIO (Oct.24-Nov.22) Someone you know quite well has a good thing going. There's a way you can help this party out today and also cut yourself into the action. SAGITTARIUS (Nov.23-Dec.21) A friend may come to you for advice today and he couldn't have picked a better person. You'll guide him to answers he couldn't have found himself. FBI finds ^drowned 9 L.R. man OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) The FBI Wednesday arrested an Arkansas man, on a warrant charging failure to appear for sentencing, who was reported to have drowned two years ago. Wayne Gilbert, acting chief agent for the Oklahoma FBI office, said Roger Wayne Amyx, 37, Little Rock, was arrested without incident at an Oklahoma City apartment where he had been living. Amyx pleaded guilty on Jan. 15,1975, to charges he collected Social Security taxes and income taxes from his employees, but then failed to send the collected money on to the federal government. On Jan. 24,1975, he was supposed to appear for sentencing, but failed to do so. He was reported drowned while fishing on the Arkansas River the next day. "Authorities were a little sceptical at the time but couldn't prove anything," Gilbert said. A warrant for his arrested was issued on March 4, 1975. "He admitted to us today (Wednesday) that he left Arkansas in January 1975 and went to Mexico City," Gilbert said. "He stayed there for about six months before returning to the states. He has lived in several states in this region since then." Gilbert did not say how the FBI located Amyx here. Amyx was being held by the U.S. marshal's office here awaiting transfer back to Arkansas. "They're not going to set bond here. That'll come when he is returned to Arkansas. I'm not sure when he will be returned, though," Gilbert said. Thursday Night 6:00 Over Easy 3-9 News M4-11-12 Mary ryier Moore 10 Bewitched 5 6:30 MacNeO-Lehrer Report 34 Bewitched 3 Brady Bunch 4 Cross-Wits 6 Adam-12 5-7 Hogan's Heroes 8-11 Andy Griffith 10-12 7:00 Aricnnms Game And Fish 2-9 Welcome Back, Kotter 3-7-10 Movie 4 "How Sweet It la" Chips 6 Waltons 11-12 Uunsmoice 5 GomerPjrle 8 7:30 Knleidoacooe 2-9 What's Happening! 3-7-10 Doris Day 8 8:00 A Child's Christmas In Wales 2-9 Barney Miller 3-7-10 James At 15 6 Oral Roberts 5 700 Club 8 8:30 Carter Country 3-10 Focus: Education and Small Colleges 7 9:00 Candelelght Service At Hendrix College 2-9 ReddFozz 3-7-10 Class of'65 4 Oral Roberts Christmas Special 6 Barnaby Jones 11-12 9:30 Manna 8 10:00 Dick Cavett 24 News 3-44-7-10-11-12 MetroplexNews 5 Melodyland 8 10:15 Movie Continued 5 10:30 ABC News 2-9 Police Story 3-10 Johnny Cars on 4-6 Gunsmoke 7 Movie n-12 "Eagles ov*r London" Hall of Fame Football Classic 8 "Maryland vs. Minn." Friday Morning 8:00 PTLClisb 3-7 Rise and Shine 10 CBSNews 11 Ross Bagley Show 8 8:20 Your Pastor 12 6:25 Loss Ranger 4 6:30 Archies 12 6:35 Meditations 5 6:40 Morning Report 5 6:45 R.F.D.6 6 6:56 4 Your Information 4 7:00 Good Morning America 3-7-10 Today 44 CBSNews 12 Captain Kangaroo 11 Heckle &Jeckle 8 Slam Bang Theatre 5 7:30 Mighty Mouse 8 8:00 Good Morning Arkansas 7 Captain Kangaroo 12 Dinah t 11 Comedy Capers 5 Deputy Dawg 8 8:30 >ig Valley 7 Dusty'sTreehouse 5 Little Rascals 8 9:00 Merv Griffin 3 San ford & Son 44 Price Is Right 12 Dinah! 10 Phil Donahue 11 Leave It To Beaver 5 The 700 Club 8 9:30 Holly Squares 44 Edge of Night 7 That Girl 5 10:00 Wheel Of Fortune 44 Happy Days 7-10 Match Game 12 Cross-Wits 11 TheF.B.L 5 The Black Community By Esther Hicks 777-3895 or 8674 CALENDAR OF EVENTS The annual Christmas program at the Rising Star Baptist Church will be held at 6 p.m. Sunday. Sponsor is Mrs. W.M. Martin. The public is invited to attend. The White Hill Organization will have a special meeting at Union Baptist Church in Fulton on Friday, December 16 at 7:30 p.m. The purpose of the meeting is to elect officers. All members and interested persons are invited to attend. Mrs. A.C. Hendrix, reporter. Rev. E.A. Porchia will preach at the Mt. Pleasant C.M.E. Church Sunday, December 25 at 2 p.m. At 7:30 p.m., the Mysterious Gospel Singers of Magnolia will sing at Mt. Pleasant. The public is invited to attend both services. Rev. W.T. Keys, pastor. The Christmas service will be held at the Pentecostal Tempel Church of God In Christ December 25 at 6 a.m. Music for the occasion will be rendered by a combined choir of members from the participating churches. Rehearsal for the service will be held tonight (Wednesday) at the Pentecostal Temple at 7 p.m. All members of choirs of the city are urged to please be present for rehearsal. Enoch is a Hebrew male name, meaning "dedicated." The Enoch of the Bible, sixth descendent from Adam, "walked with God." He was a patriarch and the father of Methuselah and was transported to heaven at age 365. Real Estate Today by Gus Hogan Realtor TAKEOVER NOT AUTOMATIC When buying an existing home, taking over a mortgage can be practical and profitable. But be cautious. Don't take for granted that assigning the mortgage to another is automatic. , The lender has a stake in who's going to repay him. Many mortgages are written which specifically prohibit this practice without the consent of the mortgage lender. The teeth will be found in an inserted acceleration clause which makes the whole balance due and payable upon sale. The bank can activate or waive this clause depending on the credit rating of the buyer, maintenance of the property or spread between original and current interest rates. If the interest spread is great - don't count on a takeover mortgage. Before you advertise "low int. mort. takeover", and set yourself up for a letdown, why not have us check your mortgage and advise you. Look for this column each week. For important matters concerning Real Estate contact us at HOGAN REALTY, 1321 South Main, Hope, 777-8878. 10:30 Family Feud $-7-10 Knockout 44 Love of Life IH2 Bible-Pat Robertson 8 10:56 CBSNews H-la 11:00 The Better Sex 3-7-10 To Say The Least 44 Young md the Restless ii-u Ironside 5 God of our Fathers 8 11:30 News 3 Gong Show 4-6 Ryan's Hope 7-10 Search For Tomorrow 11-12 Big Valley g Afternoon 12:00 All My Children 3-7-10 Uttlp Hock Today 4 News " 6-11-12 Metroplex Noon News 5 12:30 Days of our Lives 44 As the World Turns 11-12 The Arc hies S 1:00 $20,000 Pyramid S-7-10 Afternoon Movie 5 "Way-Way Out- Marcus Welby, M.D. 8 1:30 One life to Live 3-7-10 Doctors 44 Guiding Light 11-12 Andy Griffith 8 2:00 Another World 44 All in the Family 11-12 Dennis the Menace 8 2:15 General Hospital 3-7-10 2:30 All In the Family 11-12 Popeye & Bug s Hour 8 3:00 Edge of Night 3-10 Marcus Welby, M.D. 4 ^'or Richer For Poorer 6 Popeye & Friends 5-7 Tattletales 11-12 3:30 Electric Company 2-9 Three Stooges 3 Our Gang 6 Bozo's Big Top 7 A The Fllntstones 54 I Lore Lucy 10 Porky Pig 11 ILoveLocy 10-12 4.00 Mister Rogers J-9 StarTrek 3 Bewitched 4 I^eftxre It To Beaver 8 SUrTrek 34 New Mickey Mouse Clnb 7 Dick Vm Dyke 10 Monster* n Gunsmoke 12 4:40 Zoom 2-9 Emergency On* 4 GUlgan's Island 6 Andy Griffith 7 Hogan'a Heroes 10 GUllgen's Island 54 Wild, Wild West 11 Brady Bunch 8 5:00 SeaameStrect 2-0 Odd Couple 3 My Three Sons 8 News 7-10-12 5:30 News 344-7-10-11.12 Night 6:00 Over Easy 34 News 344-1M2 Mary Tyler Moore 10 Bewitched 5 8:30 Adam-12 5-7 Hogan'a Heroes 8-11 MacNeQ-Lehrer Report 2-8 Bewitched 3 Cross-Wits 6 Brady Bunch 4 Andy Griffith 10 Centenary Choir 12 7:00 Washington Week In Review 2-0 Donnyfc Marie 3-10 Little Drummer Boy 4 Tangerine Bowl 6-7 Movie 12 "The Bible" Gunsmoke 5 GomerPyle 8 Page Five 7":30 Doris Day 8 Wall Street Week 2-9 Fourth King 4 8:00 Visions 2-9 John Denver 3-10 Rockford Files 4 My Three Sons 5 700 Club 8 9:00 ABC News Special 3-10 Qdncy 4 Movie 5 "The Bishop's Wife" 9:30 Bible-Pat Robertson 8 Best of Ernie Kovacs 2-9 10:00 Metroplex News 5 Jimmy Swaggart 8 Dick Cavett 2-9 News 344-7-10 10:20 News 11-12 10:30 News 2-9 Johnny Cars on 44 Movie 3 "Treasure Island" Gunsmoke 7 Baretta to 10:50 Mash 11-12 11:00 State Capitol Christmas 2-9 11:15 Movie Eleven 5 "Palmy Days" 11:25 Movie 12 "The Maltese Blsppy" 11:30 Movie 7 "Christmas In Connecticut" 11:40 Movie 10 "The Running Man" 12:00 Journey to Adventure 8 Midnight Special 44 12:30 Movie 3 "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" 12:45 Meditations- Sign Off 5 1:00 Meditations- Sign Off 5 Baretta 7 NOTICE In accordance with the holiday schedule observed by the Federal Reserve Banks and other Federal Agencies, the following financial institutions WILL BE CLOSED MONDAY, DECEMBER 26fh IN OBSERVANCE OF CHRISTMAS DAY CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK BANKOFBLEVINS FIRST NATIONAL BANK FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN HOLIDAY GREETINGS! Greeting our friends, old and new, and wishing you Happiness and Joy at Christmas. Our hearty thanks to all! o — .=ao HOPE GRAIN DRYING WE WILL BE CLOSED DEC. 23 THRU 26 J JOHN DICKSON & EMPLOYES

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free