Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 30, 1977 · Page 2
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Arctic air moving By Tke A*Mcfa*ed PTBK A arm blast «f «rt€c air reach Arttaeau jml abws th* MOM tbae Oat MW rw «-. rtsfj Tbe frontal jrttera is f ather- Hope Star Frfciay, Ad*?,ss mad to: P.O. So* . Ark. 71W1. • AST* Cede 561 -- 7T7- a»4i ?*«ta*e paid at Art. By STAR PTBUSHING C*. Ates. H. Waste***. Pres*4ea£ f in sicGBostacs Managing H. J«aa«s % Editorial - Qvctftij »'ss.;**{ O'y EcStter Mrs Arsartte Raf *rs Women's New* E&tor Food, FasJfcww. Society Billy Barton Photo-Features Editor Mrs Essher Hicks Black Mrs Sibyl Parsons Advertising Director Virginia Hiscott Associate Mrs. Wanda Hays Associate Mrs. Sonya O'Rourkt Classified Manager Oraiatioo— CM, Rogers. Jr. Circulation Director Mrs Alice Kate Baker. Bookkeeper Mn. Penny Hicks Associate Generai Mn, Mrs. Mary Arm Associate WeduuUeai Department — D.E. Allen, Mechankal SqpcrinteadenC and Head Pressman WendeB House Pressman Danny t,ewa21en, Pressman Judy Gray, Foreman Mn, Lots Rjvers, Mrs. Helen Edwards. Mrs. Chris Ptsmiey. and Mrs. Mickey Sims Member of the Audit Bzxeaa of Circulations Memoer of the Associated . ress. The Associated Press Is entitled exclusively to ft* as* for repu&icatKOT of all the local news pnated in this newspaper, as weE a all AP news dispatches, Member of the Southern Newspaper Publishers Assn., National Newspaper Ass'n,. and Arkansas Press Ass'n. National advertising representatives. Arkansas Dasiies, Inc., 23S7 Popkar Ave.. Mempfais, Tern Will: 560 Hartford Bid*.. Dallas. Texas 7SM1; «0 N Michigan Ave, Chicago, ni 6066! ; W E. 42nd St. , New York NY. 10017; im Penobscot Bklg.. Detnxt, Mjch. 1C3S; Classen Terrace Bldg . 1411 Classen BKd.. Oklahoma Otv owa. mas. Single Ccpy ISc S«b»crip«oo Rate* 'Payable in advance? By Garner in Hope ad Neighboring towns— Per Week SCc Per Calendar Moath $160 Per Year Office only 31 .00 By mat! in Hempitead. Nevada, Ufayetu. Howard. Pike. MiJier and Clark C«o»- t»e*~ . IfTt Star of Hxi>pe MW: Prrw IK? Jawanr II IRS every wee* - day Tb* S?.ar B<«idsa* W Thard **d Grady SU , rfe*x, Ark 7} §01 Psbhcatisa u •impended for than?* bobdays a year— Fourth of JaJy, Thanks. a&d Qsm i Sn%«. to tfe« today and fhoaid taw* Arkie».tii tee SKEardsy. for r»sa wil tncremse «« !h* frara r»*rho Arkanmt. Aft«r tjbe front p«a«a, she r»jn coald ctazK-e ic snow m nortfewwt Arkanat.. Tetapentar«j wiS drop Sw- day and a cbSSty day a f«rt<«» for l««3diy Untfl 0* frtx* f eti h*re, bowerer. {*na>q atari wlB be a lirJe »«rmer HifSia tadty wffl rasfe from the mid 4fe U> the km 90s and wil! be nsastSy U» The extended ooUodt ctllx foe k«w» Sunday In th* mkl a» north to the upper Xs «outh, talbe« tBto the JQs ttaiewlde S*e«day and Twaday. I I^ha Smday will range frtra the -upper 30» sn the aorth to Ox upper 56i taoOi, ibeu eoc4- Jng is*o the 3Qt and 408 Monday and Tuesday. The fraiUJ sys terra that c*a»ed rain acrcas nsott of the state Thonday are trwrtog away from the Arkansas. Rainfall amounts were geooxily between one-qoarter and ooe4adf Fog formed doing the night in many areas, tat was fere- cast 10 dissipate daring the day. Overnight lows incinded 36 degrees at LitUe Rod^ Fort Smith and FayetterOk, 33 at Harrison, 34 at Jooetoro, 41 at El Dorado, 40 « Texarkana and 3S at Memphis. PrecipiUtioG in U»e 24-hour period induded ,11 e< »a inch at Little Rock, .41 at Fort Smith, .37 aj FaytttetiBe, ,44 at Harrison, .» at Jooaboro, .35 at El Dorado. -24 at Texarkana and JS at Memphis. The Experiment Station weather report for 24-hour period ending 7am. Friday. high 41. low 33. rain/all .57. By Tbe AsMdated Proa Friday ..HILOPRCOta Albany 37 U ..msn AUra'qae 45 35 .01 cdy Afssilk) 5* J8 elr Anchorage 25 13 .. cdy AsbeviBe 41 31 .06 rn Atlanta 47 « J»cdy Baltimore +0 23 .. rn Birmingham 44 38 M rn Bismarck 27 0. . clr Boise 45 35 .10 cdy Boston 32 22 . sn BrownsnSk 68 S3 , cdy Buffalo 27 25 J® sn CharfstnSC 53 40 .14 rn CharlsteWV 40 27 m Chkago 40 23 rn Qncsaiati 39 25 . cdy Cleveland 35 28 . sn Dal Ft. Wlh « 42 cdy Dearer 41 IS SB Dea Maces 36 15 sn Detroit 28 24 ...so Duloth 15 11 .cdy Fairbanks IS OS .cdy Hartford » 15 . sn Helena 26 15 .32 sn HoooWu 82 «3 . ck Houtoo 51 5S .12 cdy Ind'apo&s 40 26 .. cdy Jadu'iriik 58 4* .18 cdy Juneaa » H cdy Kan's City 48 22 cdy Las Vegas 56 » cdy Little Rock 36 34 29 cdy LcaAngeks 65 58 M cdy Looimne 43 32 criy Meraphi? 41 38 J5 cdy Miami 81 68 cdy Milwaukee 30 26 sn Mpia^Sl. P, 25 U so Hew Orleans S2 57 15$ cdy New York & 28 rn Okia-CKy 44 39 .Ocdy Omaha 40 1* so Ortaado £9 54 cdy Pteilad'pfeia 33 23 cdy Phoenix « 55 41 cdy Pittsbirgh 31 26 rn Ptiand, Me. 23 10 sn Poland, Ore. 37 33 .2* cdy RapidCUy 34 11 ,sn Richmond 43 27 rn St Louis « 36 cdy Si. P. Tampa $3 5 ^ Saitljike 41 43 .S3 sn San Diego 65 61 ,22 cdy SanFran 5ff 52 .«cdy Seattle 44 38 .38cdy Spokane 25 23 .68 cdy Washaigion 12 3D rn Three Months Su Motahs Ctee Year II wa*f Mail us Three Maashs Su Months. OoeYear 410 Hi-Pre vicoa day's high. 1.00 Lo~Tbii me*ning'i kw. 15.CO Prc—PreoptUtioQ (or 14 hours ending i p.m. EOT today. Otlk-Sky coaditions tor tomorrow. Outside Arkansas M«och Three Mooshs O&e Yea* C*Ueg« Stedeat Offer Nine 11.60 2S 00 EargaU C <rr£jSi.1 SnifT-ii*' SC'cCi^S DL >• s«*> e>es with uciaual features- B**s are r»>i afak to s<>< rto, aUhoe^fa tfaey can s** al- trawkc ligfei. whicfc ts iavis- tbte te B-tanaaj Fish aad iaakfcs do not tiirJc A jeOy-fea:. doe* not -j** as all but is ahk tu • tife* HOPE fARK s STAR Friday. Dp^emher M, 1977 ( AI.VIN \VHJJS * above*, son at Mr and Mrs. Klstnn Willis of Hope and grandson of Mrs J.C Burke of IX'Ann. has completed a Master of Science dt^gree in Agnculture from the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville. His major fieid of study uas animal science -A-ith special interest in anima! nutrition He is a 1971 graduate of Hope High School, and received a Bachelor of Science degree from she I'A in 1976 Willis plans to begin work on a PhD in animal nutrition at the Universtly of Kentucky in Ix-xington in January 1978. Obituaries LEE RO V HUTFIELD Le« Ftey Hatfieki, 69, dkd Thursday in a local hospital. He was a member of the Baptst church, a retired em- ploye of the Arkansas Highway Dep'.., and a veteran of Work) Survivors include his wife. Mercedes HatfiekJ of Hope ; five sons. Autry and James Hatfield. both d Loagview, Tex., DeJton sad Wayne Hatfieldl both of Hcpe, Danny Hat&eM of Norman, Okl a.; three daughters, Mrs. Carolyn Roberts of UtUe Rock, Mrs. Annette Gamer of Yeilvilk. Ark . Mrs. Patsy Diane Dupree ct Liuie Rock; three brothers, Hiram Hatfieki of Hope. Ted Hatfieid of Stamps, Giles HatSeki of O Dorado; two sisters, Mrs. Rosae Jc&nson of CanKien, Mrs. Viola Huisey of Hope; and 15 grandchildren. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday in Herndon chape i with Dr. Richard Sxiltner officiating. Burial will be in Bright Star cemetery ander the directkn of Herrxion Funeral Home. THOMAS GOODWIN Thomas B. Goodwin. SO. died Wednesday night at the Nevada County- hospital in Prescoo. H* was a longtime resident of the Bodcaw area, and a member of the White Chapel Baptist Church of Bodcaw. Survivors include four sons, Leonard Goodwin, Garland Goodwin. Aubrey Goodwin, and Thomas Goodwin Jr., all of Rosston; three daughters, Mrs. Raby Funcher o/ Hope, Mrs. Marjorte Evacs of Wiffisvilie, Ark , Mrs l^ena Spencer of Rosston; one sister, Mrs, Uonie Lybraad of Big Bear Lake. Calif.; 19 grandchildren; and 25 great -grandciBidreo. Funeral services were held at 2 p m. Friday at the White Baptist Cbarch with the Rev. Wesky Thomasson officiating. Burial was in Old Union cemetery saxiei the direction of Smith Funeral Home of Stamps. Dr. Gentry « will speak Dr. W.C. -Bill" Gentry, professor of philosophy at Headersoi State University, Arkadelphsa, will be guest speaker at the 1D.» gjn. worship service Sicday at the First U&aed Methodist Chsrch. A native d Hope, Dr. Geary ts the son o< Mrs . W.C. Geary aod Jheiat* W.C. Gentry, 515 HiBtcc Drive, Hop* GERALD D.KNOXSR. Graveside services for Gerald Deaa Knox, a native of Nashville, were held at 1 pjn. Friday in Memorial Gardens at Texarkana. Mr. Kixo. 41, died Taeaday in a motorcycle accident in Dallas. He was a former resident of Texarkana, an employe of Jim Roy Trucking Company in Dallas, and a member ct the Corinth Baptist Ctnzrrh- Sorvivors tnclade his wife, Janie E. Knox of Texarkaaa; two sons, Gerald Dean and David Ray both of Texarkaaa; three daqgMers, Donna Lynn, Dana Marie, and Jolie Deaoe,. all of Texarkana; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Koox oi Texarkana, and Mr. and Mn. Odos Swindle of Rekiaw, Tex.; a brother, Horace B. Knox of Meaquite, Tex.; two sisters, Bfflie Jena Cotter of Dallas, and Mildred Faye O'Rear of Texarfcana. C.R, MCCORMICK C,R. (Red) McCormkk, M, died Wednesday at his home in Magnolia. He was the son of Mrs. Ellen Gibson of Nashvflk. Other survhrcBS are his wife, Mrs. Frances McCormidk of Magnolia; a son, Gerald McCormick of Dallas; three daughter, Mrs. Mary Jamison of Magnolia, Mrs. Peggy Macketrath of E3 Dorado, and Mn. Jody Dews of Mount Hofly; ha father, Oscar Mo Oocmidt of ABen, OUa.; aad four graachfldren. Fmeral services win be at 10 a.m. Saturday La Lewis Foneral Home at Magnolia with borial in Magnolia city cemetery. ROBERT E. MOSES **£*"* E MflMa - *• » Wednesday in Shrereport, where he made his home He was a former resident of Hempsjead County. Swvhpors are his wife, Clara MOMS of Shreveport; oae sen, Chesley N. Moses of Shreveport; and two graadcfafldren. Fizeral services wiD be at 4 p-m. Friday in tie Osbcra Funeral Home chapel m Shreveport with burial in ShreveporL Historic grants LITTLE ROCK -AP« Funds have been provided fee the resovaiwc of U sinjetitres in Arkansas which are h*tad cc the Nauoial Register cf Historic Places. Tbe state Historic Pr*- s«-vaiiin Prcgrara grants all around town . . .bv the Star staff AH citj affkts will be ciosec Maiday ia obscrvaac* &f S«w Year's Day. Uoaday's garbage wffl be picked up <se Ttaada); Tuesday's garbage will be picked up sc oeaday ; »jad the Cornelia Wallace may not be able to attend divorce proceedings MONTGOMERY. Ala. >.AP. — John P Kahs.. an attorney fcr Cornelia Wallace, says he's ready to BU tc trial Jar,. 4 or divorce proceedings between Mrs. Wallace and her hssfaand. GOT George C. WaUac*. Bat a signed stateroem from Mrs Wallace's physician raises questions as to whether the first lady will be able to attend Mrs, Wallace. 38. was admitted Sept. 22 to St. Margaret's Hospital in Montgomery suffering from what another one her attorneys, Ira DeMent described as "mental and physical exhaustion." Discovered Thursday in the Wallace divorce fik at the Montgomery County Courthouse was a signed statement from Mrs. Wallace's physician. Dr. Jane Day, dated Dec. 27. In the handwritten statement. Dr. Day said Mrs. Wallace "is not at the present time capable physically ... of testifying or gSring a deposition and it seems unlike h- that this will bp possibk before 1 7-78." Attorneys for Wallace, 3«, have sjjbpoenaed Mrs. Wallace's medical records since Dec- 21 for submission during the divorce trial and have subpoenaed Dr. Day to testify. After visiting with Mrs.' Wal- lace in her hospital room Thursday. Kohn said "as far as I'm concerned we are ready to go to trial, but yw never can tell what will happen in a case like this." Kohn, one of three attorneys representing Mrs. Wallace in the highly publicized divorce proceedings, said the first lady "looks fine," but still is wider- g^ir^ "all fends of t*?t5 " He said he did not know when she would be released from the hospital In Boston, meanwhile, attorney F. Lee Baiky's office denied reports that Bailey has been hired to join the other lawyers representing Mrs. Wal- lace. On Sept. 6. Mrs. Wallace moved her belongings out of the Governor's Mansion, saying she could no longer endure her husband's ''vulgarity, threats and abuse." Six days later, the governor filed for divorce, citing 'in- compa lability of temperament" and an "irretrievable breakdown" in the six-year-oM marriage. In her crosf suit. Mrs. Wallace accused the governor of "cruelty and actual violence" and failure to give her enough money "even to meet the basic needs of life." She is seeking "liberal" alimony. Bryant supporters to meet with TV brass OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - A meeting is set for today to New York between NBC executives and an evangelist who is protesting KBCs taihre to hire entertainer Aaia Bryant for Orange Bowl broadcasts. "We don't have sjything against Anita Bryant," said George Hoover, NBC vice pre> ideni of press and publicity, in a telephone interview from New Yoit. "Since Jane, we've had her on NBC no leas than nine times. We freqoently chaige commentators." Hoover indicated NBC would not hire Miss Bryant for the broadcasts in response to the argttnents of Oklahoma Qiy erangefist Larry Jones. Be said NBC executives would be "happy to meet" with Jones. Jones plans to give NBC executives a petition with 10,000 signatures protesting the dropping of Miss Bryant from Orange Bowl programming. Jones and other members of a group be organized called "Friends of Anita" say Miss Bryant is being discriminated against by NBC because of her vocal opposition to homosexuality. The University of Oklahoma meets Arkansas in the Orange Bowl Monday night, following the parade that has featured Misa Bryant as a television commentator in nine of the past 12 yean. A native Oklahoman and a former Miss Oklahoma to the Miss America pageant, Miss Bryant now lives in Florida. Farmers, agri chief to meet in January OMAHA, Neb. f AP) - Striking farmers wffl get fees- request to sit down with Agricul- bre Secretary Bob Berglasd and air their grievances wife the way the nation's farm sector is being handled by the government. Members of American Agri- cnltjre, a group formed to promote and bead the national farm strike effort, wiQ meet with Bergland in Omaha Jan. 6. Tbe meeting was arranged by Nebraska GOT. J. Janes Exoa so striking farmers from throogboot the nation can meet face-to-face with the secretary — who himself is a Minnesota farmer — and attempt to negotiate their difierences. Tbe farmers struck Dec U and have said they will not seS any cuuuiodity or boy anything feat is not essential to then- needs. Exon, who rode at the head of a tractorcade in Lincoln earlier this month, agrees with farmers tKtt they have a serious problem with tow prices and €6 percent of parity. He said those attending the Omaha meeting would represent the grass roots and have a chaice to negotiate over the table with the administration, sJTTiflar to the way unions and management negotiate. Exon hag estimated that about 25 states win send representatives to the question-and- answer session, following a hucbeon at Ak-Sar-Ben, an entertainment and sports complex operated by an Omaha civic organization. He also said that the farmers would have a chance to meet again after their session with Bergland to discuss the oat- come of their meeting, which is scheduled from 2 p,m, to 4 pjn. Dick Ford of Bertrand, Neb., who is in charge of making ar* rangements for American Agriculture, said he expected at least 37 states to be represented by one delegate and an alternate. (C^ntianed from FYt>sa Page) piaqoea marking fbe sites of more thai 220 p{±iic exscotioos during the occupation years. The Okl Town area was a poor neighborhood before the says, and its reconstruction has changed its character in some unanticipated ways. "When we started, it was just a normal residential area. Now it's a terribly snobby place where everybody wants to live. The only way you can get an apartment here is to marry a girl who lives here," he says. ndrix hap of Hope On The Opening Of Your New Building 4 I We are pleased to have been selected §as the General Contractor for your new Funeral Home. LAVENDER CONSTRUCTION CO 303 South Main 777-3756 Hope, Ark.

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