Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 13, 1968 · Page 4
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13,1968 iqiOC-(Cdlet) IOJ30 t AM SINE OFF KAftCH.lAi. 19.66 Wfcfitftsttt? M6VI8 SPtClAL "High Hoen" (J*ey Ctx>ptt, Otic* Relly ABC SPECIAL "Htfts Christisn Aftd«*i6ft" 10 o'ctoa fcfipatt 12: THE BtO HDV1E "Anstofliy ot * Murder" Jam* Stevm, It* Rsatek 6i/,5 AM TEST PATTBlN 7(06 (COLOR) BOZO'S BIO TOP SHOW 8 «30 D1AL1KO PCR DOLLARS THKATKE "Fourteen Hours" Paul Douglas lOtOO (COLOR) THIS MORNING lljOO BEWITCHED in 30 (COLOR) TREASURE ISLE 12$ 00 THE FUGITIVE liOO (COLOR) THE NEWLTWED GAME 1 : !30 (COLOR) THE BABY GAME .1:55 (COLCR) THE CHILDREN'S DOCTOR 2:00 (COLOR) GENERAL HOSPITAL 'f • • . ' -. 2:30 (COLOR) DARK SHADOWS ii 00 (COLOR) DATING GAME 3 ! :30 DIALING FOR DOLLARS THEATRE "I Bury The Living" '•"> Richard Boone 5:00 (COLOR) ABC NEWS 5':30 (COLOR) 5s30 REPORT RIFLEMAN BATMAN THE FLYING NUN BEWITCHED THAT GIRL PEYTON PLACE COWBOY IN AFRICA THE 10 O'CLOCK REPORT 6:00 6:30 (COLOR) ?:00 (COLOR) . 7:30 (COLOR) & 00 (COLOR) 8:30 (COLOR) •9:00 (COLOR) 10:00 (COLOR) 10; 3V (CO&6RV 1 12:00 M SINE OFF KAR LITTL* »0« Wednesday, March 13, 1968 6:00 Mews and Weather Report (C) 6:30 The Virginian NBC (C) 8:00 Kraft Music Hall NBC (C) 9:00 Run For Your Life NBC (C) 10:00 News and Weather (C) 10:15 Lonnie Gibbons Sports Show 10:30 The Tonight Show NBC (C) 1^:00 Sign Off Thursday, March 14, 1968 6:45 RFD with Bob Buice (C) 6:55 Morning Devotions (C) 7:00 The Today Show NBC (C) 7:25 Arkansas News and Weather 7:30 The Today Show NBC (C) 8:00 The Today Show NBC (C) 8:25 Arkansas News and Weather 8:30 The Today Show NBC (C) 9:00 Snap Judgement NBC (C) 9:30 Concentration NBC (C) 10:00 Personality NBC (C) 10:30 The Hollywood Squares NBC US00 Jeopardy NBC (C) 11:30 Sye Guesa tiftg (0) lit55 Edwin Newnatt with the Hews 12:00 Little ftoftk todiy (G) 12:30 Let's Make A Deal NBC {0} 1:00 Days of Our Lives NBC (6) Is30 the boetofs NBC ((5) 2tOO Afidthet World RfeG (C>2530 Yexi Don't Say KBd «5) 3s06 the Mike Dougiei Shm> (C) 4i30 I Lowe tuey "Hew Fuenifcuf?* 1 ' 5:00 P Troop 5t30 HuntUy Brihkloy Ucpoi't KB6 6:00 News and Weather Report (C) 6:30 NBC Children** theatre 7:30 Ironsidfe NBC (6) 6:30 Dragnet NBC (C) StOO the De«n Martin Show NBC (C) lOiOO News nnd Weather (C) lOilS Lonnie, Gibbons Sports Show- 10:30 the Tonight Show NBC (C) 12:00 Sign Off Ktalhf WEDNESDAY , MARCH 13, 1968 «|30 PM THE VIRGIN IAN ~ C '. ItOO KRAFT MUSIC HALL - C 9*00 RUN FOR YOUR LIFE - C lOt00 NEWSCOPE - JERRY MAMMONS WEATHER-VERM STtERMAN - C 10t30 THE TONIGHT SHOW - C 12 J 00 EVENING DEVOTIONAL THURSDAY , MARCH 14, 1968 6>20 AM MORNING DEVOTIONAL 6125 TEXARKANA COLLEGE - C 61 45 FARM DIGEST - C 7»00 TODAY SHOW - C 7:25 TODAY IN TEXARKANA - C 7t30 TODAY SHOW - C 8t25 TODAY IN SHREVEPORT 8t30 TODAY SHOW - C 9tOO SNAP JUDGMENT - C 9t25 NBC NEWS - C 9«30 CONCENTRATION - C lOjOO PERSONALITY -' C 10:30 HOLLYWOOD SQUARES 11tOO JEOPARDY - C Hi30 EYE GUESS - C 12tOO TV PARTYLINE - C 12:30 LET'S MAKE A DEAL ItOO DAYS OF OUR LIVES 1:30 THE DOCTORS - C 2tOO ANOTHER WORLD - C 2:30 YOU DON'T SAY - C 3tOO THE MATCH GAME - C 3 I 25 LAFFALOT CLUB - C 4t30 WANTED: DEAD OR ALIVE 5i00 MARSHAL DILLON - B&W ~ 5:30 HUNTLEY-BRINKLEY - C 6:00 NEWSCOPE - JERRY HAMMONS- WEATHER-VERN STIERMAN - C 6:20 AL GORDON ON SPORTS - C 6:30 ..DANIEL BOONE - C ' !'':•' f 7:30 MISS SHREVEPORT PAGENT - C 8:30 DRAGNET 1968 - C 9:00 THE DEAN MARTIN SHOW - C 10:00 NEWSCOPE - JERRY HAMMONS • WEATHER-VERN STIERMAN - C 10:15 AL GORDON ON SPORTS - C 10:30 THE TONIGHT SHOW - C 12:00 EVENING DEVOTIONAL - C C C KATV WEDHESDAY. MARCH 13. 196tf 6:30 The Avengers - ABC (C) 7:30 Hana Christian Anderses 10:00 Arkansas News and Weather (C) 10:15 World News (C) 10:20 Bud Campbell Sports (C) 10:30 Joey Bishop Show - ABC (C) THURSDAY. MARCH 14. 1968 7;30 Bozo's Big Top Comics (C) 8130 The Fugitive - ABC 9:30 This Horning - ABC (C) Host: Dick Cavecc TONIGHT MOVII SPICIAl **00 P.M. GARY COOPER STARS IN THE WESTERN CLASSIC HIGH NOON " AWAY MCJNt Y Wt I KUA Y l , [)UH i " ALSO STARRING CRACiKIUY [JCJL L AH'j I Mi A I H t ti JO AM ANU 1 50 r-M Ht MAK t S AM ' I Ml H LAI I bt I Wt I N ', SU AMU D UU KM GOLPWVN PRESENTS NANi CHRISTIAN AMDIRflN IN COLOR 7; 30 A WQNDERFUk MOVIE FOR THE WHOLE STARRING DANNY KAYE •1C MOVII fPlCIAl "ANATOMY OF A MURDER" STARRING JAMIS STIWART 11,00 11:36 Isoo ii 30 JlOO 2)30 3)00 3tJ6 StOO 5(36 6 1 60 ftilS 1(20 6(30 ?iOO ?l30 BiOO S t30 jiOO 9tSO lOiOO lOtlS 10s 20 10s 36 11 (00 . ttum. tilt * Aig (6) ffct Sew* Sho* > u«t (c> m»lp»M CBM - AIC (O fht Sifcj GIM - Ate (C) CMldf*n'i baeto* - ABC (C) <S«itfiI folfrttti * ABC (C) D*fk Shsdows - Ate (C) Sitlftf G*A« * ABC ((£) ftOlo'i it| tap Cotlei - LIv« »ob touHf Evtrtlhg KIWI - AftC fnith of Co6iiqu*tte«» (C) Atk«n«i« N*w« tftd w«*th«r (C) Wofld ff«vt (6) Bud C*ipb«Ll Seorti (C) ilUUft - ASC (C) fhi flying Hun - ABC (C) tottriUhed - ABC (C) ffcat Glfl - ABC (C) Peytoft ?l*e« - ABC (C) JUt ?*trol - ABC (C) filony S<|u«d - ABC (C) AtV«n«t» Mtvt and Weather (C) World New* (C) Bud C*apb«li Sports (C) Aflun*** SportMtn (C) Jo«y Blihop Show * ABC (C) 6 i 55 ?i65 8rOO 9 i 06 9i30 Id i 00 10130 Ui 00 lit 30 KSLA-TWI2 _______________ WEDNESDAY JHARCH ...1.3... 6 t 30 Lost In Space 7«30 Beverly Hillbillies StOO Greem Acres 8«30 Perry Mason 9 i 30 Family Affair 10 tOO News/Ervln 10125 Weather/Griffin I0t30 Jonathan Winters Show lit 30 Sea Hunt 12 i 00 Weather/Vespers 12(00 12 i 30 itOO It 30 2 tOO 2 -.25 2)30 3tOO 3t30 i.OO StOO 5 i 30 6tOO 6t25 6t30 8 t 00 lOtOO 10t25 10i30 12 tOO fh* f«N«f Youf Filter CBS H«v»/B«nti fiob & Hla Buddie* Captain Kin|areo Candid Camera Beverly Hillbillies Andy Of Haybitfy Dick Van Dyke Love Oe Life CBS S*af6h Fe* Gtiiditt* Light News /Oven As fht World turn* Love li A Many SpUndo*«d Thing House Party To Tell Th« Truth CBS News /Ed ward 9 Edgt Of Night Secret Storm Gill igan's Island Rawhide MeHale'a Navy CBS Neva/Cronkite News /Oven Weather/Bo It on Cimarron Strip CBS Thursday Night Movie "The Thin Red Line," Jack Warden, Keir Dullea News/Erwin Wea that/Griff In The Late Movie "Manhunt In The Jungle," Robin Hughes, James Wilson Weather/Vespers 1967, hit .237 and stole 22 bases for the Astros. Ex-Yankee Clete Boyor, who had his best year ever at the plate with 26 homers and 96 RBI — and led NL third baseman In fielding—could be the only returnee In the infield. Johnson is set at first base, Jackson at short and Felix Mtllan, who hit .310 for Richmond, is pressing Woody Woodward, .226 with the Braves, for the second base Job. If any of the regulars falter, Harris can call on Tommy Aaron, Hank's younger brother and the International League MVP, with a .309 average, as well as versatile Marty Martinez, .288 in 21 games with the Braves, and veteran handymen Tito Francona, .244 with Atlanta, and Sandy Valdespino, .165 with Minnesota* Should Cloninger, a former 24-game winner who sat out /more than two months last year with a serious eye ailment, find himself again, Atlanta pitching -could go from fair ; to good In ' Breves Could Return to Contention By DICK COUCH Associated Press Sports Wrltet WEST PALM BEACH. Fla, (AP) — First baseman Deron Johnson rushes to the ball park an hour early to practice pick* ing up ground balls. Center fielder Felipe Alou makes a diving catch In an Intrasquad game. The Atlanta Braves are hustling this spring. New Manager Luman Harris won't have It any other way. The powernpacked Braves disappointed a lot of experts last year by staggering home seventh In the National League pennant race. Injuries to key men—Alou, catcher Joe Torre, pitcher Tony Cloninger- played a big part In the collapse. So did a .240 team batting average, 'slowness of 'foot 'and noncha> : lance in the field. — Harris, who succeeds Billy Hitchcock as manager after piloting the Braves' Richmond farm club to the International League pennant, expects the hitting to take care of Itself. Alou and Torre are healthy again; Hank Aaron should bo as good as ever; Rico Carty Is back on the beam and Johnson's big bat has been added to an already potent llnenip. The 53-year-old Braves' skipper, who also managed briefly at Houston and Baltimore before rejoining his old pal, General Manager Paul Richards, Is satisfied with a young pitching staff headed by ERA king Phil NIekro. Harris can only pray that the Braves stay Injury free in 1968. But he already has taken steps to assure that there will be no recurrence of the ho-hum attitudes of 1967. "I was glad to see Alou dive for that ball, even If it didn't mean anything," he said. "I want to see the Inflelders diving for balls, too. I want the whole club doing it, starting right here and now," So far, the Braves appear to be responding to the no-nonsense edict, Johnson, deter mined to regain his 130 RBI form of 1965, is the hardest worker in camp, Atlanta got the strapping slugger in a trade with Cincinnati, where he was plagued by injuries last season and hit only .224 with 13 homers bers of the executive board that and 53 RBI, he cal l a general meeting of the Another significant trad< 73-member ICC, brought shortstop Sonny Jack- More than 40 nations with- son from Houston, adding drew from the Summer Olym- mych-needed s P ee< l to the pics ' scheduled for October in Braves' lineup. Jackson, who Mexico City, following South A|. also had innury problems w rlca's readmlssion last monthat the IOC's general convention. South Africa was barred from the 1964 Games in Tokyo bo- cause of Its policy of separating whites and blacks. Readmlssion came after South African authorities promised to field a racially mixed team at Mexico City. Wfw •* . * i Program A unique program, the flrsf of Us kind to be shewn in this «re« t "Journey to Eternity" wUI b« presented on Kf At-TV, Channel 6, March lt-22. This color telccAst Is t n*w dimension in Bible sf«Sy»tf«* signed to take the viewer on a pictorial journey through the Bible to s«e the land where Biblical history was matte, and to learn the facts about the world's greatest book, H will b« seen From 1:00 to 8:00 p.m. on Mon* day, Tuesday and Wednesday, and from 0:30 to 7t30 p.m. Thursday and Prklay, Narrator 6f the series Is M. F« (Mid) MeKnlght, evangelist, teacher and world traveler, who will show hundreds of magnificent colored slides he has taken In his travels through Bible lands. He has given over 800 public lectures entitled, "Illustrated Trip Through In Bible", using those slides. Following the filmed portion of each night's program, there will be a panel In the KTAL-TV Shreveport studios who will answer Bible questions telephoned to the studio. Brazilian Teams Leaves RIO de JANEIRO (AP) - A Brazilian titnntour soccer team, made up mostly of players under 20 years of age, Is scheduled to leave today for Colombia to take part In the qualification tournament for the Summer Olympic Games In Maxlco City, if THE Associate ~mm TtMsdty's Resrott Detroit 2, Los Anfs!«s 2, ti« f Offl»y*s Gannts Toronto « SI* ftoston at fr«w Detroit at Oakland PiUsbirgh At PhlUdetphln at Minnesota 256 Yeer OH Paper to it Auctioned LONDON C*P> - A W written 256 years ago will be auctioned at Sothebys next week itnd it seems to suggest one of the oklest questions In the game: so what else Is new in politics? The Item is a first edition copy of a discourse entitled "A ' Treatise on the Art of Political Lying/' to be sold frfiireh 18, by the estate of British financier Harley Orayton. whose widow is selling off his library. There is sonis* doubt about the author but most believe It was Jonathan Swift. In any case, the conclusions are, In this day and age of hot political campaigns, enough to give at least pause. For examples 1. Man should b* granted the right to the truth with his family. 2. He should be entitled to economic truth which deals with cash money. 3. He has no right at all to political truth. 4. If lies are flung back at lying politicians in order to bring the regime down, it's what the regime deserved. SCOTTS 105 W, 2nd Hope, Arkansas Save On LISTERINE < Knuckleballer NIekro was the big surprise last season, leading the league with a 1.87 ERA and winning 11 of 20 decisions. Pat Jarvls, 15-10 was the big winner, followed by veteran Ken John* son, 13-9. Newcomers Ron Reed and Jim Brltton, who were 14-10 and 12-7, respectively, for Richmond, also could make It as starters. Clay Carroll, Claude Raymond, Dick Kelley, Cecil Upshaw and Dale Roberts are the leading bullpen candidates. If Cloninger bounces back and Torre, Alou and Carty regain their 1966 hitting touch, Harris 1 Braves could move back Into the contending position they were picked for a year ago. Braves Could Return to Contention L A U SAN N E, Switzerland (AP) — South Africa's controversial readmlssion to the Olympic Games will be the topic of discussion here Apr 1120-21 at a special meeting of the International Olympic Committee's executive board. IOC President Avery Brundage called the meeting Tuesday in reaction to pressure from Mexican organizing officials and other sources. 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