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US of Lexington Herald, Lexington, Thursday, March 30, 1978 William E. Davis, Ex-Businessman, 90, Dies in Lexington William E. Davis, 90, former owner and operator of Davis Lumber and retired vice-president of Sparks Terrell Lumber Company, died Tuesday at Mayfair! Manor Nursing Home after a short illness. Davis entered the lumber business in 1920 when he joined Jackson Lumber and Supply Company. After working for Jackson Builders Supply he returned to Lexington where he and his late wife, Jessie P.

Davis, owned and operated Davis Lumber. After selling the business to Sparks Terrell Lumber Company, he served as vice president until his retirement in 1969. Davis had also been engaged in the banking business in Lexington and Jackson before turning to a career in the lumber industry. He was a member of Central Christian Church and Lexington Lodge No. 1 Graveside services will be held at 2 p.m.

Friday at Lexington Cemetery, Visitation will be 7-9 p.m. today at' W.R. Milward Mortuary Broadway. Contributions may be made to Central Christian Church in Lexington or 1 the Masonic Home in Shelbyville. Lexington Deaths Frankie Mae Lilly Mrs.

Frankie Mae Lilly, 65, died Wednesday at the residence of her sister, Mrs. Ann Carter, 800 North Broadway. Visitation 3-5 and 7-9 p.m. Friday at Aaron Smith Funeral Home where further arrangements are incomplete. Edward McDowell Services for Edward McDowell, 91, of Julius Marks Home, who died Tuesday, will be held at 1 p.m.

Friday at Main Street Baptist Church with burial in Highland Cemetery. The body will lie in state at the church from noon until time of services. Cunningham Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Claudia Stokley Mrs. Claudia Stokley, 79, wife of Charles Stokley, of 114 Burley Avenue, died Wednesday.

Services 1 p.m. Friday at Kerr Brothers Funeral Home with burial in Blue Grass Memorial Gardens. Visitation after 2 p.m. today. Kathleen Brooks Kathleen Brooks, 12-year-old daughter of Mr.

and Mrs. Wilburn Brooks, of 1027 Oak Hill Drive, died Wednesday morning. Services 2 p.m. Friday at Crest Lawn Funeral Home with burial in Crest Lawn Memorial Gardens. Visitation after 3 p.m.

today. R.W. Harris Rev. R.W. Harris, 98, husband of Savannah Harris, chaplain of Hammons Personal Care Home, died Monday.

Smith and Smith Funeral Home is in charge of arrangments. Joseph E. Gott Joseph E. Gott, 75, Georgetown Road, a retired automobile mechanic and a Richmond native, died Tuesday. Services 2 p.m.

today at Whitehall Funeral Chapel with burial in Richmond Cemetery. Visitation at the funeral home. Leah T. Abel Mrs. Leah Tutt Abel, 89, widow of Monterville Wright Abel, died Wednesday at N.H.E.

Services 11:30 a.m. Friday at W.R. Milward MortuaryBroadway with burial in Lexington Cemetery. Visitation after 10 a.m. Friday.

William Edwards Jr. William Edwards 74, of 165 Manitoba Drive, husband of Geneva Nichols Edwards, died Wednesday. W.R. Milward Mortuary-Southland is in charge of arrangements. Addie L.

Hahn Services for Addie Lee Hahn were held at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at Kerr Brothers Funeral Home with burial in Hillcrest Memorial Park. Nancy E. Wagner Nancy Ellen Wagner, 76, of Jacksonville, formerly of Fayette County, widow of George William Wagner died Tuesday. Services 1:30 p.m.

Saturday at Kerr Brothers Funeral Home with burial in Jacksonville Cemetery in Bourbon County. Visitation after 6 p.m. today. Former U.S. Representative From Florida Dies at 84 Kentucky Deaths Additional information is on Page E-2 William Bronston, Contractor, Dies William H.

Bronston president of Bronston building contractor, died Wednesday. He resided at 2068 Bridgeport Drive. A native of Lexington, he was the son of Mrs. Nadine Snyder Bronston and the late William H. Bronston Sr.

A graduate of University of Kentucky, he was a member of the Lexington Homebuilders Association and a veteran of World War II. Other survivors include his wife, Margaret Berryman Bronston; a son William H. "Mike" Bronston Ill; two daughters, Ms. Susan Taylor Kennedy and Ms. Margaret Brownell Bronston; and a sister, Miss Betty Taylor Bronston.

Services 10 a.m. Friday at W.R. Milward Mortuary Broadway with cremation to follow. Visitation 2-5 and 7-9 p.m. today.

Contributions may be made to the Heart Fund. Clifton L. Hisle WINCHESTER Clifton Lee Hisle, three-month-old son of Ronald E. and Gwendolyn Sue Fraley Hisle, died Wednesday at University of Kenuckty Medical Center in Lexington after a short illness. Services 1 p.m.

today at Scobee Funeral Home with burial in Dunaway Cemtery in Clark County. Visitation after 10 a.m. today. Eva McKinney SCIENCE HILL Mrs. Eva McKinney, 72, Route 1, Eubank, wife of James McKinney, died Tuesday in Somerset.

Services 11 a.m. Friday at Morris and Hislope Funeral Home with burial in Barnesburg Cemetery. Visitation after 5 p.m. today. Elizabeth M.

Scott LAWRENCEBURG Elizabeth Marie Scott, 78, died Wednesday at Woodford Memorial Hosptial. Services 2 p.m. Friday at Huddleston Funeral Home with burial in Alton Cemetery. Visitation after noon today at the funeral home. Floyd Arnett CAMPTON Floyd Arnett, 81, of Helechawa, husband of Mary Gullette Arnett, died Tuesday after a long illness.

Services 2 p.m. today at Porter and Son Funeral Home with burial in Hazel Green Cemetery. Visitation at the funeral home. William Morris GEORGETOWN William P. Morris, 72, of 316 Clayton Avenue, husband of Mae True Morris, died Tuesday.

Services 2 p.m. Saturday at Tucker Funeral Home with burial in Georgetown Cemetery. Visitation at the funeral home after 1 p.m. today. Icy W.

Glore OWENTON Mrs. Icy Wright Glore, 81, of Long Ridge, widow of Ralph "Shorty" Glore, died Tuesday at Owen County Memorial Hospital after a long illness. Services 2 p.m. Friday at Smither-Coates Funeral Home with burial in Owenton Ceme- tery. Visitation 4-9 p.m.

today at the funeral home. Ronnie Miller JACKSON Ronnie Miller, 30, husband of Ella Creech Miller, died Tuesday. Services 2 p.m. today at First Church of God at Quicksand with burial in Falmouth Cemetery. Visitation at Watts and Spencer Funeral Home.

Mrs. Ollie Strong MCKEE Mrs. Ollie Strong, 75, Lexington, formerly of Jackson County, died Wednesday at her residence. Arrangements are incomplete at Harry Justice Funeral Home. Daniel C.

Stokes GEORGETOWN Daniel C. Stokes, 78, 137 South Hamilton Street, father of Mrs. Kenneth L. Holmes. died Wednesday.

Visitation at Johnson Funeral Home 7-9 p.m. today. The body will be taken to Harry W. Moore Funeral Home in Indianapolis, on Friday and services will be hold there at 1 p.m. Saturday.

Burial in Indianapolis. LAKELAND, Fla. (AP) Former U.S. Rep. J.

Hardin Peterson who represented Polk County in Washington for 18 years, is dead at the age of 84. Peterson died Tuesday at Lakeland General Hospital. He had been ill since October. Peterson, a Democrat who served in the House from 1932 until 1950, helped draft the GI Bill of Rights and worked to make a national park of the Florida Everglades. Eye Doctor to Monarchs Dies LONDON (AP) Sir Stewart Duke-Elder, eye doctor to three monarchs, has died at the age of 80, the Institute of Ophthalmology said Wednesday.

Duke-Elder, who wrote standard works on the eyes, died Monday. He was specialist to Queen Elizabeth II, her father King George VI and her uncle, the uncrowned Edward VIII. Dr. Henry Thomason PARIS Dr. Henry T.

Thomason, of Cincinnati, Ohio, formerly of Little Rock, died Monday. Memorial services 7:30 p.m. today at Wyoming Presbyterian Church in Wyoming, Ohio. Mark N. Day Sr.

DANVILLE Services for Mark N. Day 62, of 350 South Fourth Street, husband of Phyllis Day, a construction worker, who died Tuesday will be held at 11 a.m. Friday at Stith Funeral Home. Burial in Bellevue Cemetery. Visitation at the funeral home.

Irene Nevius DANVILLE Services for Mrs. Irene Nevius, 64, Route 1 Junction City, wife of Will F. Nevius, who died Tuesday after a long illness, will be held at 3 p.m. Friday at Stith Funeral Home with burial in Parksville Cemetery. Visitation after 3 p.m.

today at the funeral home. Joseph A. LaLonde LIBERTY Joseph Arthur LaLonde, 71, of Aurora, formerly of Liberty, died Monday. He was a retired electrician. Services 11 a.m.

today at McKinney-Brown Funeral Home with burial in Poplar Springs Cemetery. Visitation at the funeral home. Claude J. Isaacs Sr. IRVINE Claude James Isaacs 85, husband of Callie Stokes Isaacs, of Ravenna, died Wednesday after a short illness.

Services 1 p.m. Friday at Lewis Funeral Home with burial in Botner Cemetery in Owsley County. Masonic rites at 7 p.m. today at the funeral home where visitation will begin at 3:30 p.m. today.

Clyde E. Holbrook MOREHEAD Clyde Ellott Holbrook, 73, Route 5, husband of Mary Leedy Holbrook, died Tuesday at University of Kentucky Medical Center in Lexington Visitation after 4 p.m. today at Lane Funeral Home where further arrangements are incomplete. Michael Brown PARIS Michael Brown, infant son of Mary F. Brown and Harvey Ashby, died Sunday at University of Kentucky Medical Center in Lexington.

Graveside services 11 a.m. today at Evergreen Memorial Gardens. Martyn-Hurley Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. $100 Reward "MANDY" LOST FEBRUARY 14 In the Southland Area Grey Female co*cker-Schnauzer Type HOME: 266-1254 BUSINESS: 272-4698 FORECAST for 50 The Weather Snow Flurries Temperatures Nationally 60 70 National Weather Service Rain Cold Warm HI yesterday's high Kansas City Sunny Daly how 60 temperature. LO yesterday's Las Vegas 85 55 Windy Showers Stationary Occluded WEARIER SEE VICE low temperature.

OTLK sky Little Rock 78 50 Pty Cidv 8044 fames conditions outlook for today. Los Angeles 65 Cloudy CITY Louisville 64 PHly Cidy HI LO OTLK Memphis 81 45 Fair Associated Press Albany 48 28 Sunny Miami 79 61 Ply Cidy Albuquerque 72 Clear Midland Rain Amarillo 72 78 58 Pily Cidy 52 Ptly Cidy Milwaukee 38 Anchorage 43 30 Cloudy Minneapolis Cloudy Foir Asheville 76 Sunny 43 Sunny New Nashville Orleans 78 72 42 Fair Rain is forecast tor the Pacific Northwest Atlanta 80 Pily Cidy for Atlantic City 45 Sunny New York today, and portions of California and Ne- Austin 74 51 Ptly Cidy Norfolk 62 48 Sunny 76 Sunny vada according to the National Weather Serv- Baltimore 65 45 Sunny North Platte 69 32 Sunny Billings 76 Pily Cidy Okla. City 77 53 Ply Cidy ice. Birmingham Sunny Omaha 61 35 Sunny Bismarck 62 Fair Orlando Foir Boise 81 Windy Philadelphia 63 43 Sunny Boston 59 Sunny Phoenix Forecast for Lexington Buffalo 80 37 61 32 Pily Sunny Cidy Pittsburgh 55 88 36 60 Ptly Cidy Fair Portland, Me. 54 33 Sunny Buringtn, Vt.

42 34 Sunny Portland, Or. 58 44 Showers National Weather Service Casper 69 31 Sunny Providence 59 38 Sunny Partly and mild today. High in the mid Raleigh 81 42 73 49 Ptly Cidy sunny 61 49 Sunny Rapid City 79 Sunny 32 Sunny 60s. Fair tonight. Low in the upper 30s to low 40s.

Charlotte 80 42 Sunny Reno 73 35 Cloudy and warmer Friday. High in the upper Chicago Ptly Cidy Richmond 43 Sunny Cheyenne 67 32 Sunny 76 sunny 57 St. Louis 61 45 Ptly Cidy Partly 60s. 38 Sunny Salt Lake City 74 Cincinnati 43 Windy Cleveland 45 39 Ptly Cidy San Antonio 72 50 Ptly Cidy 80 39 Pily Cidy San Diego 67 63 Cloudy Figures Columbus 52 34 Sunny San Francisco 59 51 Wednesday's Showers High, 62; low, 45. Normal high, 59; normal Dallas 70 53 Ptly Cidy San Juan, PR 85 74 Ptly Cidy low, 38.

Records for Mar. 29: 83 in 1910; 17 in 1965. 51 39 Sunny St. Ste Marie 33 Dayton 19 SunnY Denver 73 38 Sunny Seattle 59 47 Showers Precipitation for 24-hour period to 8 p.m. Des Moines 57 39 Sunny Shreveport 78 40 Pty Cidy total for month, 2.87 inches; total Detroit 37 30 Sunny Sioux Falls 57 Wednesday, 31 Sunny none; Duluth 44 23 Cloudy Spokane 65 43 Showers for year, 9.92 inches.

El Paso 81 49 Ptly Cidy Syracuse 42 34 Sunny EST; Fairbanks 43 Pily Cidy Tampa 79 Sunrise this morning, 6:27 sunset today, Fargo 39 Fair 51 Foir Topeka 66 49 Sunny 6:59 p.m. Flagstaff 65 27 Windy Tucson 84 57 Fair Great Falls 78 42 Cloudy Tulsa 83 49 Ptly Cidy Hartford 59 39 Sunny Washington Helena 77 36 Cloudy Wichita 79 67 Sunny Lexington Hourly Figures Houston Honolulu 72 85 71 56 Ptly Sunny Cidy 47 Sunny National Weather Service Indianapolis 55 43 Pily Cidy National Extremes Jackson 78 37 Fair Hour Temp. Hum. Wind Bar. Press.

Skies 75 43 Fair 92 at Gilo Bend. Ariz. Jacksonville SSW 30.07 Steady Clear Juneau 47 24 Fair 10 at International Falls, Minn. 1 a.m. 48 68 SSW 8 8 30.07 Steady Clear 2.

48 69 48 69 SSW 7 30.07 Steady Clear SSW WSW 6 30.07 30.08 Rising Steady Ptly Clear Cidy Regional Forecasts 5. .47 69 6 45 73 5 30.10 Rising Ptly Cidy National Weather Service 47 WNW 30.12 Rising Cloudy 8. WNW 5 30.14 Rising Mstly Cidy WEST VIRGINIA Sunny today with highs 52 6 30.15 Rising Cloudy 10 .55 11 30.19 Rising Pily Cidy in the mid 50s to low 60s. Partly cloudy and 65 10 30.19 Steady Mstly Cidy warmer tonight with lows in the 30s to low 40s exNoon 53 NNW 9 30.19 Steady Ptly Sunny p.m. 56 51 NW 12 30.20 Rising Mstly Cidy cept some upper 20s in the northern mountains.

2. 60 62 NW NW 11 13 30.19 30.19 Steady Falling Ptly Ptly Sunny Sunny TENNESSEE Mostly fair today through 13 30.19 Steady Ptly Sunny Friday. Highs today mostly in the 60s. Lows tonight 10 30.19 Steady Cloudy in the 40s and 50s. NNE 9 30.20 Rising Mstly Cidy 35 WNW 6 30.22 Rising Ptly Cidy INDIANA Variable cloudiness through Fri39 NW 5 30.23 Rising Pily Cidy day.

Warmer tonight. Highs today 55 to 65. Lows to47 46 9 30.24 Rising Ptly Cidy 10 46 60 5 30.25 Rising Mstly Clear night in the 40s. 11... 43 68 5 30.26 Rising Mstly Clear Midnight 62 NNE 7 30.26 Steady Mstly Clear Agricultural Forecast COVINGTON 57 38 National Weather Service And Nearby Sunshine: will average 60 to 70 percent today ASHLAND and around 50 percent on Friday.

Precipitation LOUISVILLE 64 61 46 Highs and Lows little or none expected through Friday. LEXINGTON 62 45 amounts: Humidity range: will lower to 30 to 50 percent i in the afternoon today and Friday and increase to greater than 80 percent tonight. Drying conditions: moderate to fast through Friday. Soil temperatures: PADUCAH BOWLING GREEN 68 42 LONDON 68 42 68 46 now averaging in the mid 40s to low 50s and will rise several degrees through Friday. Priests Seeking Support From Carter From Page One have ruled the world's fifth largest country ever since.

Puffing, a pipe and speaking softly, Dom Paulo said he has "enormous respect" for Carter's human rights stance, but added: "I don't know what the possiblities are of effectively putting those ideas into practice here and elsewhere in the world." Carter's most important contribution in Brazil, he said, has been "the elimination of the label of 'Communist' which was always placed on those of us who dedicate ourselves to the defense of human dignity. To be on Carter's side can no longer be interpreted as being on the side of Special Mass for Journalist Chosen by Pope Paul VI in 1970 to be spiritual leader of 10 million Catholics in Sao Paulo, Dom Paulo three years ago officiated at a special mass in memory of Vladimir Herzog, a journalist who died while being interrogated in army intelligence headquarters. Fernando Henrique Cardoso, one of the country's leading intellectuals, said recently of Dom Paulo: "He not only takes the exploited under his wing, but also those, who without being exploited are willing to add their voice and action to Dom Paulo's struggle for a more just and equal society where freedom and human rights become fundamental for But Cantidio Sampaio, a congressman for the ruling government the Alliance for National Renewal, said Dom Paulo's behavior is "inconsiderate." "As a religious man, he should be comforting souls, and instead he is inciting people who shielding themselves with his support could adopt risky and audacious actions." Is he an enemy of the government? "I 'am a friend of the people," Dom Paulo replied, smiling and clasping his hands. Man Faces Sex Charges A 27-year-old Lexington man was arrested by Metro Police Tuesday in connection with sexual abuse, reportedly involving two small girls. Tommy McDonald was charged with two counts of first-degree sexual abuse, according to Officers Don Elam and Mike Collins.

Newswoman Stewart Dies MENLO PARK, Calif. (AP) Evelyn Sealey Stewart, a reporter and journalism teacher who covered the Lindbergh kidnapping and twice was recommended for the Pulitzer Prize, died Tuesday at the age of 79. El Bu OUTLETS SHOE EL BEE Daily SHOE 10 Closed a.m. to Sunday OUTLET 9 p.m. HOURS FAMOUS BRAND SHOES AT SPECIAL PRICES E.O.M.

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