Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on February 12, 1968 · Page 8
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Hope, Arkansas
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Monday, February 12, 1968
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DESIGNING ACTOtl filch- nrtl llnrris sets his own Fiislilon ircml with this suit of navy velvet trousers and blue silk Nehru jacket with silver thread and braid. Third Party Candidates Haven't Won By GARY P, LEUBSDORF Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON (AP) George C. Wallace's decision to run for president makes him the fifth major third-party candidate of the 20th Century. None has come close to winning. But one, Theodore Roosevelt, ran a strong second In 1912 and had a lot to do with Woodrow Wilson's victory. The others were less successful. Sen. Robert LaFollette Sr. •won only his home state of Wisconsin In 1924. In 1948, States Rights party candidate Strom Thurmond and Progressive party nominee Henry A. Wallace failed to prevent President Harry S. Truman's re-election. George Wallace declared In announcing his candidacy last week he thinks he can win. The former Alabama governor noted that with three candidates In the race he could win a state's entire electoral vote with as little as 34 per cent of Its popular vote. While Wallace's estimate of his own political strength may be optimistic, his knowledge of history was accurate. In 1912, Roosevelt failed to wrest the Republican nomination from President William H. Taft, his chosen successor four years earlier. He fprm$d&the Progressive party and ran against Taft and Wilson, the Democratic candidate. Wilson carried 40 states with 435 electoral votes, to six with 88 votes for Roosevelt and two with eight votes for Taft. But In 26 of those 40 states, Wilson polled less than half of the combined vote and was victorious solely because of the GOP split. These Included such key states as New York, Illinois and Ohio. Wilson's popular vote —G,« 286,214— was less than the combined total of 7,699,942 for the two Republicans. It was even less than the 6,409,106 polled In 1908 by Democrat William Jennings Bryan when he lost to Taft, who drew 7,679,006 and had an electoral majority of 321 to 162. In 1924, LaFollette ran against Republican President Calvin Coolldge and Democrat John W. Davis, The senator polled 4,822,856 votes to 15,725,016for Coolldge and8,385,586for Davis, Of the 35 states Coolldge car- rled, he won 13 with less than 50 per cent of the vote, mostly small border and Western states. The ones he carried outright Included all the big states, Thurmond's 1948 candidacy stemmed from the Democratic National Convention's adoption of a strong civil-rights platform, The then-South Carolina governor captured control of the reg« ular Democratic machinery and electoral votes of Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi and hts home state, In the same election, Henry Wallace polled 509,559 votes in New York, which Republican nominee Thomas E« Dewey car* ried by about 60,000 votes. But Truman won the election by carrying California by 17,000 votes and Ohio by 7,000 despite strong Wallace showings, If Truman had lost those two states, the ejection would have been thrown Into the House for the first time since 1824, since qeither candidate would have h^d the required electoral majority, Jn I960, an effort by same Southern segregationists to force the election Into the House failedl. States-rights electors carried Alabama and Mlsslsslpt pl t but John F, Kennedy won enough states for an electoral majority, James Mirlow who usually writes this column is ill, Television Schedule •KM ffH, MM .* MM Life in Arkansas §y fOMMY VAf fcS AS§6*Uled Pfess Writer the answer, t!ie aftstef was* State Col- lefe's new I6»lfieft telescope, which was Installed atop the dollefe's Science Building, eyes," fie said, Ute telescope will be used Ift classes aitf PHfiee said It would be ftade atiitaMe fdf fWblte Viewing about oftee a week. The Febwry !2, 1988 "Pd pfobably keep oft until » wa$ all |one," iftSifumetrt IS believed to cosf O f (he telescope aifl E EMUAML'l i MONDAY. 1E8..J1 6:00(Colot) 6:30M6Vffi "Wild Met It as** Rogtt«, Jt,, Miumn 6'sulllvift 5>:30(Color) 8:30(Color) PEVtON 9:00(Color) THE BtG VALLEY 10:00(Color) 10 O'CLOCK REPORf lO:30(Colof) OLYMPIC WfcAPUP 10:45(Color) JOEY BISHOP C C 12:OOM SINE OFF TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 13 6; 45 AM TEST PATTERN 7:00(Color) BOZO'.S BIG-TOP SHOW •8:30 DIALING FOR DOLLARS THEATRE "Body (, Soul" John Garfleld, Llllt Palmer 10!30(Color) HOW'S YOUR MOTHER-IN-LAW 11:00 BEWITCHED ll:30(Color) TREASURE ISLE 12:OON THE FUGITIVE 61 2 6 HSfWIMS DtV5*f6SAf» 6 1 25 ftXARRAMA fiOttMB • 6i45 PAftM BiefiSf » fi 1»66 fd5A¥ SW6W - fi 7 i 25 f65A¥ tH *£*Aft*AHA ?i 36 ?5BAV §H6H * 6 8 1 25 fOCA¥ IN 3Hft8VBP6Rf .8136 T6DA¥ SH6W - C 9f<55 §MAP JUBflMfiOT - C §l2§ N&d MEWS - C IfljOO PfiRSONALlfY - C 10130 HOLLYWOOD SO.UARSS II 1 00 JEOPARDY - S III 30 EYE (30ESS - C 12*00 TV PAftfYLtNE - C 12»30 LET'S MAKE A DEAL i«00 DAYS OP OUR LIVES * , 1»30 fME DOCTORS - d 2 tOO AN6?HEft WORLD - C 2*30 YOU DON'T SAY - C 3s 00 THE MATCH GAME * C 3 8 25 LAPPALOT CLUB ("t.^ 3s 30 LAPPALOT CLUB - C 4~i3fl HAVE <3t)N MILL TRAVEL - SiH 5 iOO MARSHAL DILLON !Si30 HUNTLEY*BRINKLEY - C 6 tOO NEWSC6PE -DAVE MCCLELLAND VERN SflERMAN - C 6 i 20 AL GORDON ON SPORTS - C 6(30 1 DREAM OP JEANN1E - C It 00 JERRY LEWIS SHOW - C 81 00 TUESDAY NIGHT AT THE MOVIES "PRESSURE POINT" - BtW SIDNEY POITI.ER - BOBBY DARIN 10 tOO NEMSCOPE - DAVE MCCLELLAND VERN STIERMAN - C 10 i 15 AL GORDON ON SPORTS - C 10 » 30 THE TONIGHT SHOW - C 12tOO EVENING DEVOTIONAL ffii^ti lil, to the on the College of a pretty ' $6t the benefit of the non* scientists, Prince explained his rhfdle it mare <at<knao fwd farmers were recently _Jcussiftg rural life and the the more light that a improbability of their ever be* telescope picks, up the more Ing rich. A third person posed thtMs frWWrtal « Is, "Our scope this question Id them; «K «™ « s 8SO P*" 118 fltttl |{s I6 ' IW 1 ,TU J^miii IT solve the tteh : diameter will gather as suddenly inherited a million doi* Prince had to supply mu^h; light as 2,304 human toftf^,, ^ ^ ^ {he ^ Hot Lakers four It on the Celtlts (C) (C) t30 9iOO ' 10 i 00 lOilO lOil^ 10J30 12t05 12! 10 Rdundup Btktirl CB9 (C) The R«d Skslton Hour CBS (C) Oood Mofning, World CBS (G) OBS Playhous* - "My Father And iMy-M.otH**" (C) NftWa - George Modre (6) APfcL W*ftth«p-Blil Mitohsil (C) Sports Eye - Jim Ltfld»t>« (0) Channel 11 Academy Theatre Sfy 6f the H*unted w -B*m Sullitaii, Polly Berg«., Lite News Roundut Slgri Off KSLA-TWI2 MONDAY; FEBRUAHY 12 l:00(Color) NEWLYWED GAME l:30(Color) THE BABY CAME l:55(Color) THE CHILDREN'S DOCTOR 2:00(Color) GENERAL HOSPITAL 2:30(Color) DARK SHADOWS 3:00(Color) DATING GAME 6)30 7:30 3:30 5:00(Color) ABC NEWS 5:30(Color) 5: 30 REPORT 6:00 DIALING FOR DOLLARS THEATRE "Flame Barrier" Arthur Franz, Kathleen Crowley 10:00 10:15 10:20 10:30 10:45 RIFLEMAN KATV MOKPAY. FEBRUARY 12. 1966 TENTH WINTER OLYMPICS - KATV Monday Night Movie "PRIVATE WAR OF MAJOR BEMSON" Charlton Heston, David JatiMti Julie Adams Peyton Place - ABC (C) Arkansas News and Weather (C) World News (C) Bud Campbell Sports (C) TENTH WINTER OLYMPIC REVIEW Joey Bishop Show - ABC (C) 6130 Gunamoke 7i30 The Lucy Show 8i00 Andy Griffith 8130 The Monday Night Movie "There's Always Tomorrow, Barbara Stanwyck, Fred MacMurray, Joan Bennett 10i00 Newa/Dodson 10:25 Weather/Bolton 10i30 Carol Burnett dhow lit30 Sea Hunt 12i00 Weather/Vespers TUESDAY FEBRUARY 13 6t25 6:25 6:55 Economics (Mon-Thur) Across The Fence (Fri) Your Pastor 7JOS CBS News/BentI 7t30 Bob & His Buddies 8i00 Captain Kangaroo 9i00 Candid Camera 9«30 Beverly Hillbillies lOiOO Andy 0£ Maybefry 10s30 Dick Van Dyke llsOO Love Of Life 11(25 CBS NeWs/Bentl 11t30 Search For Tomorrow 11145 Guiding Light 12s00 News/Owen 12i30 As the World Turns It00 Love Is A Many Splendored Thing Is30 House Party 2s00 To Tell The Truth 2t25 CBS News/Edwards 2i30 Edge Of Night 3»00 Secret Storm 3t30 Gilligan's Island 4tOO Rawhide 5»00 McHale ; 's Navy 5(30 CBS News/Cronkite 6tOO News/Owen 6t25 Weather/*«1t:on 6:30 Daktari 7:30 Red Skelton 8:30 CBS Playhouse - "My Father And My Mother" 10:00 News/Erwin 10:25 Weather/Griffin 10:30 He & She 11:00 The Lieutenant 12:00 Weather/Vespers D^O I Wi 1 * \ / """" «•*«•»*• "4" geles Lakers *efe fed hol?wt the Bost6f» Celtics would rat!** forget about it, ^{ Boston veteran John Htvilj** summed up the general of the Celtics in a few Sunday after he and his suffered their worst be* the seasofl In ft 141*104 clo ing by the Lakers. "the best part of the ahead of us," Haviftek without a trace of a smile *||f left the dressing room, the Lakers, bidding to take San F rand sco for place In the National Bas! Association's Western W came to play, The Celtics as cold as the 16-degfeewe outside the Garden, The Celtics, accusto cheers In winning eight stm NBA titles before belnf* throned by Philadelphia 5.^. year, were Jeered by manyS$-|i matinee crowd of 9,001. tAJW they didn't win any new ifeiis watching on national television*. Else where, Philadelphia bombed St. Louis 119-93, Seattle crushed San Francisco 146*118 and Baltimore topped San Diego 136-16. On Saturday, New York beat Philadelphia 115-97, St. Louis edged Chicago 108407, more took Detroit 114-] Cincinnati nudged San iiu-aa. ,;j* : : In the ABA Sunday, MinnejiJj ta outlasted Dallas 121-119:3h| double overtime, New Orleai(f4 beat Denver 98-90, Kent " * took Indianapolis 103-90 Houston topped Oakland 127-05; 6:30(Color) GARRISON'S GORILLAS 7:30(Color) IT TAKES A THIEF 8:30(Color) N. Y. P. D. •9:00(Color) WINTER OLYMPICS 10:00(Color) 10 O'CLOCK REPORT 10:30(Color) OLYMPICS WRAPUP 10:A5(Color) JOEY BISHOP SHOW 12:,OpM, .-v 5 , n «NE OFF & TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 13 7:30 8:30 9:30 10:00 10:25 10:30 11:00 11:30 12:00 1:00 1:30 1:55 2:00 (C) KAR 30 00 30 00 30 00 Monday, February 12 6:30 The Monkees NBC (C) 7:00 Rowan and Martin Laugh-In NBC Chrysler Presents the Bob Hope Show The Golden Globe Awards NBC 10:00 News and Weather (C) 10:15 Lonnie Gibbons Sports Show (C) 10:30 The Tonight Show NBC (C) 12:00 Sign Off 6:15 20 30 30 8:00 9:00 8:30 9:00 10:00 10:15 10:20 10:30 10:45 Bozo's Big Top Comics The Fugitive - ABC Donna Reed - ABC Temptation - ABC (C) ABC News - ABC (C) How's Your Mother-in-law - ABC Bewitched - ABC Treasure Isle - ABC (C) The Noon Show - Live (C) Newlywed Game - ABC (C) The Baby Game - ABC (C) Children's Doctor - ABC (C) General Hospital - ABC (C) Dark Shadows - ABC (C) Dating Game - ABC (C) Bozo's Big Top Comics,- Live Bob Young Evening News - ABC Truth or Consequences (C) Arkansas News and Weather (C) World News (C) / Bud Campbell Sports (C) Garrison Gorillas - ABC (C) It Takes A Thief - ABC (C) N.Y.P.D. - ABC (C) TENTH WINTER OLYMPICS - ABC Arkansas News and Weather (C) World News (C) Bud Campbell Sports (C) TENTH WINTER OLYMPIC REVIEW Joey Bishop Show - ABC (C) (C) Tuesday, February 13 6:45 RFD with Bob Buico (C) Morning Devotions (C) The-Today Show XBC (C) Arkansas News and Weatrier The Today Show NBC (C) The Today Show NBC (C) Arkansas News and Weather (C) The Today Show NBC (C) Snap Judgement NBC (C) Nancy Dickerson with the News Concentration NRG (C) Personality NBC (C) The Hollywood Squares NBC Jeopardy NBC (C) Eye Guess NBC (C) Edwin Newman with the News Little Rock Today (C) Let's Make a Deal NBC (C) Days of Our Lives NBC (C) The Doctors NBC (C) Another World NBC (C) You Don't Say NBC (C) The Mike Douglas Show (C) I Love Lucy The Saxapoone" F Troop "Bye Bye Baloon" (C) Huntley Brinkley Report NBC News and Weather Report (C) I Dream of Jeannie NBC (C) The Jerry Lewis Show NBC (C) Tuesday Night at tne Movies "Strategic Air Command" with Ja,mes Stewart und June Allyson News and Weather (C) 10:15 Lonnie Gibbpns Sports ?>ow 10:30 The Tonight Show NBC (C) 12:00 Sign Off 6:55 7:00 7:25 7:30 8:00 8:25 8:30 9:00 9:25 9:30 10:00 10:30 11:00 11:30 11:55 12:00 11:30 ROUND COMFORT electric HEAT PUMP! 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PEB. 12 Perry Mason "Pint Sin«d Client MoHale's Navy "Flra-Llquor Look CBS Evening N«wa CBS (C) ARKLA NewB-Ocorga Moor* (C) Safeway Weather-Bill Mitchell Sports Camera- Jim Landera (C) Late Newa Roundup (C) Ounamoke CBS (C) The Luoy Show CBS (C) The Andy Oriffith Show CBS (C) Family Affair CBS (C) The Carol Burnett Show CBS (C) News - George Moore (C) AP&L Weather - Bill MitQhell(C) Sports Bye - Jin Landera (C) Channel 11 Academy Theatre "Pat and Mike n »SpenQer Tracy, Katherine Hepburn, Aldo R»y L*t« Newa Roundup Sign Off HIRE'S HOW IT WORKS DURING SUMMER 6128 6i30 n nn 7 | 00 7? 05 Sign On (Mont thru Thur,) 4 Arkansas A,M, QB3 Morning |QO 9{00 9t30 10 i 00 10130 (C) CBS (C) (C) DURING WINTER the Heat Pump takes hept from inside your home and pumps it outside. Hence, your home becomes cooler — airconditioned. the Heat Pump automatically reverses. Now, heat is pumped into your home — every room is cozy- comfortable, hour after hour. 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