Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 25, 1968 · Page 4
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version

Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 4

Publication:
Location:
Hope, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Monday, March 25, 1968
Page:
Page 4
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 4 article text (OCR)

MiMif 2S, i§68 Darky ft *ci forfoy tt0T SP&mGS Ark A Television Schedule W« (Mf) STWt FfWrt try Oftstt -..— TUESDAY MARCH Ark. (AP) - ftofntnees for the $§6,000 added Arkansas Derby are afnoflf^iO thfee*yeaf-olds en- teted In the featured $7,500. KARR Purse at Oaklawn Park today. While ftoneof the cur rent leading derby contenders are on the roster for the mile and 10-yard test, there are sofne well-regarded edits who could move up In status with Impressive showings. <( the probable favorite Is James E, Clay's Sailors Song who will be making his first start since finishing third to Mr. Crozy in the Southwest Handicap March 2. Aiuminatlon Farm's Te Vega is the high weight under the allowance conditions with 122 pounds. One of the question marks in the race is Marion H. Van Berg's speedy Texas Lad who was not nominated for the derby. Me could be a strong factor if he Is &ble to,handle a distance of ground. Other possible threats are John Hundley's Beacoup D- Argent and Verna Lea farm's coupling of Nodouble and Gene's Dancer. Completing the field are W. F. Lucas' Dust Shot, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Sucher's Domino kid, Mrs. Helen Russell's Fantistic Career and Robert E. Lehmann's Am-A-Cutie. Am - A- Cutie is not eligible for the derby. Lonnie Ray and Larry Snyder, the two leading jockeys at Oaklawn, each have eight mounts today. Ray took over the riding lead from Snyder 10 days ago but began serving a five- day suspension Tuesday. Snyder rode three winners during the five days, including Pere Song Saturday, and caught Ray. Both have ridden 32 winners. Snyder has 50 other mounts in the money out of 195 assignments. Ray has had a total of 57 mounts in the money out of 130 races. Emedes Hinojosa is third with 21 winners, followed by Danny Whited with 19, William McKeever with 18 and Roger Cox, Richard Lawless and Stanley Spencer with 11 each. Dpfig Davistfre/iEverett Hamh.. mond and R. L. Irwln lead the trainers with 18 winners each. J. B. Sonnier has saddled 12 winners, C. L. Wonder and E. G. Mahoney nine each and Jean Brennan eight. The unofficial wagering and attendance figures last week at Oaklawn were the highest for any week of the current meeting and topped figures for the corresponding calendar week of 1967. A total of $4,759,459 was wagered by 64,082 persons. Unofficial wagering for the first six weeks of the meeting is $25,091,077, about4.4 per cent behind the amount handled during a corresponding period last year. The unofficial attendance of 355,911 is about 8.9 per cent behind last year's total for the first six weeks. An odds-on favorite and a 20-1 shot captured two divisions of ! the $25,000 Razorback Handicap Saturday. Barbs Delight ($3.20) won the second division of "the race after Missouri Gent ($43.80) captured the first section. One Repeat in Golden 6:30 8:30(C6lor) lO:00(Colot) 10: 3fi-(Colof ) 12:OOM YUfSflAY. MA^ 2 6. 19M 6:30HOVI6 "Good Morning, Mtl* ftov*" Jennifer Jon** .Robert Stack, Chuck Connors ABC SPECIAL "Kt*» «« R«t«" 10 O'CLOCK RtWRt J06Y BISHOP SHOW Oft 6130 t>M 1 DREAM OF JBAMtlE * C IjftO JERRY LfcWlg SHOW * C 6100 TUESDAY Ht<5«f At ¥Hfc HOV16S "STftANGER ON THE ftWt* * C H£«RY FONDA-AJW BAXTER IChOO HEWSCOPR - (NEWS-WEATHER SPORTS) - C THE TQNinHf SHOW * C DEVOTIONAL KATV HONDAY. HAKCH 25 6:45 AH 7:00(Colot) 8:30 10:00(COlor) 11:0 ° H:30(Color) 12! °° l:00(Color) l:30(Color) l:55(Color) 2:00(Color) 2:30(Color) 3:00(Color) 3:30 5:00(Color) 5:30(Color) 6:00 6:30(CoIor) 7:30(Color) 8:30(Color) 9:00(Color) lO:00(Color) 10:30(Color) 12:OOM TESf PATTERN BOZO'S BIG TOP SHOW DIALING FOR DOLLARS "Take A Letter Rosalind Russell TH IS MORNINC BEWITCHED TREASURE ISLE THE FUGITIVE THE NEWLYWED GAME THE BABY GAME THE CHILDREN'S DOCTOR GENERAL HOSPITAL DARK SHADOWS THE DATING GAME DIALING FOR DOLLARS THEATRE "The Glass Key" Brian Donlevy,Veronica Lake ABC NEWS 5:30 REPORT THE RIFLEMAN ABC SPECIAL "How Life Begins" IT TAKES A THIEF N. Y. P. D, THE INVADERS 10 O'CLOCK REPORT THE JOEY BISHOP SHOW SINE OFF HARVEY" KAR 1900 MONDAY, 11AUCI1 23, 5:30 Huntley Brinklcy Report 6:00 News & Weather Report (C) 6:30 The Monkees NBC (C) 7:00 ttownn and Martin Laufth-ln 8:00 The Uonny Thomas Show NEC 9:00 Thdpy NRCC (C) 10:00 News and Weather (C) 10;15 Lonnie Gibbons Sports Show 10:30 The Toni&ht Show NBC (C) 12:00 SIGN OFF TIK-'KU. y, I»:cl> ?G, 1968 6:4.S KFI) with ttob Bulcc (C) 6': 5!> llor-nin" Devotions (C) ^-,,., >,;, 7r(rO' v "' The TbdWy'Thc>V' ; ''ftN<tt (C) 7:25 Ark.'Micoo News *<ncl \7cnthev 7:30 The Toc'u:y Sho,< NliC (C) 8:00 Thr» Today Show KIJC (Cl 8:25 M1-niis,'.r, Nr.v?s and L'cnj-her 8:30 The To<toy fch.v.7 NUC (C) 9:00 Sn/ip JtK'£.c<njxt- NUC (C) 9:25 Nancy Dlchcrcon with the Newc 9:30 Concentref j.on NI5C (C) 10:00 Personality NBC (C) 10:30 The; Hollywood Squarec NBC 11:00 Jeopnrdy NBC (C) 11:30 Eye Guess (C) 11:55 Edwin Ncv.-mnn with the News 12:00 Little Hock Today (C) 12:30 Let's Make a Deal NBC (C) IJF.ys of Our Liven NBC (C) The Doctors NBC (C) Another World NT.C (C) 6:30 KATV MONDAY NlGKt MOVIE Jttiti Stewart Cecil Kellawiy 8:30 Kiss Me Kate - ABC (C) SPECIAL lOtOO Arkansas Neva and Weather (C) 10!15 World N«wi (C) 10:20 Bud Campbell Sports (C) 10:30 Joey Bishop Show - ADC (C) TUESDAY. MARCH 76 7:30 Row's Big top Coaiei (C) 8:30 Tht Fugitive - ABC 9:30 this Morning - ABC (C) lliOO Bewitched - ABC 11:30 Treasure Isle - ABC (C) 12:00 Th« Noon Sho* - Liv« (C) 1:00 N«wlywed Cane - ABC (C) 1:30 The Baby C*n« - ABC (C) It55 Children's Doctor * ABC (C) 2:00 General Hospital - ABC (C) 2:30 Dark Shadows - ABC (C) 3:00 Dating Cane - ABC~(C) 3:30 Boto's Big Top Coalcs - Live (C) 5:00 Bob Young Evening Nevs - ABC (C) 5:30 Truth or Consequences (C) 6:00 Arkansas News snd Weather (C) 6:15 World News (C) 6:20 Bud Campbell Sports (C) 6:30 How Life Begins - ABC (C) SPECIAL 7:30 It Takes A Thief - ABC (C) 8:30 N.Y.P.D. - ABC 1C) 9:00 The Invaders - ABC (C) 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) 00 30 00 30 00 30 00 30 00 30 You Don't Say NBC (C) The Mike Doug las Show (C) I Love Lucy F-Troop Hunt ley Brink ley Report NBC News find Wcntlicr Report (C) I Dream of Jennnie NBC (C) 7:00 The Jerry Lewis Show NBC (C) 8:00 Tuesday Night at the Kovlcn "Warpath" Hdmond O'Brien 10:00 News and Weather (C) 10:15 Lonnie Ctbbonc Sports Show 10:30 The Tonifiht Show NBC (C) 12:00 Sign Off (AP) W Only one previous winner holds a 1968 National Golden Gloves^ boxing trophy today. Five others found the competition too tough in the Saturday night wrapup to the annual four^lsy slugfest, larl Large of Boswell, N.M., the defending 119-pound champion, demonstrated superior boXiflg skill in outpointing Leroy GUrapre oif Petroit and became th> only repeater. Fort Worth, Tex,, won Uie team trophy with 18 victories, edging Charlotte, N.C. by one. Fort Worth's Don CXHaire was gjyen the Coach-oMhe-Year 6:30 PM THE MONKEES 7:00 8:00 9:00 10:00 10:30 12:00 ROWAN & MARTIN'S LAUGH-IN THE DANNY THOMAS HOUR -. C I SPY - C NEWSCOPE - (NEWS-WEATHER SPORTS) - C THE TONIGHT SHOW - C EVENING DEVOTIONAL 5:00 5'. 30 6:30 7:30 8s 30 9jOO 10;00 10;10 6125 6f25 6i55 EcQfi«ftic» Acres* th* 8iOO 9»06 9*30 lOtOO 10» 30 lisOO Ui25 Hi30 12(00 12:30 It 00 1«30 (ffl) CfeS News/Bent 1 6ob «. His Buddies Captain JCan^roo CAftdid <U»met« Beverly Hillbillies Andy Of Kaybtrry tJlck Van Dyke Uv« Of Life CBS Hevs/Befitt S««tch For Tomorrow Guiding Light News /oven As The World turns Love Is A Many Splcndoted Thing House Pnftv 2i30 3»00 3i36 ft 1 00 5 i 60 5»JO 6 i 00 7 {30 8 1 30 9(00 lOtOO 10{25 10»30 UiOO 12 i 00 '.td fell The CSS Edg« Of Night Secret Storm eillipn's tsitand Rawhide HeHAlt'i K*vy CSS News /Ctenklte Hews /Owen Weathee/Belton TA- flp fted SVtelton Good Homing World CSS Nt«w* Hour News/Erwln tt« & She The Lleutettunt Weather/Vespers TV NOTEBOOK By JOAN CROSBY NEA EnferfainrnfrU EdiJot NEW YORK- (NBA) — Al the age of 30, Jack Jones soys he has finnlly grown up. He is singing better than ever, with much more feeling and maturity, and he is blossoming out as a good sketch comic on television. He recently appeared on The Carol Burnett Show, and he will be iseen on The Red Skelton Hour on April 2 and, on April 17. he'll be a guest on The Jonathan Winters Show. Winners in the 10 weight classes ranging from 1 12 pounds tftrpugfe heavyweight qualify for me y:s. Olympic trials. fhe crowls for the tourney wi?re disappointing each night. TJje 3,500-seat Utah State Fairgrounds Coliseum never w.'*s more ifeas ball faU. " After the fighting was over it took some 250 bouts -*• the it took some ?5Q bouts ^ the champions were R«4y Bar* Fort Worth, 11?; Large, Trujillo, Fort ; &>* Harris, Cleve, Harold Beal, Kansas £lty, 139; Cichard Royal, Charlotte, 147. TUESDAY , MARCH 26 6-20 AM MORNING DEVOTIONAL 6!?5 TEXARKAHA COLLEGE -> C 6:45 FARM DIGEST - C 7-00 TODAY SHOW " C 7-25 TODAY IN TEXARKANA » C 7*30 TODAY SHOW •» C 8J25 TODAY JN SHREVEPORT - C 8-30 TODAY SHOW - C 9.00 SNAP JUDGMENT - C 9: 25 NBC NE^'S - C q'30 CONCENTRATION - C 10:00 PERSONALITY - C 10:30 HOLLYWOOD SQUARES 11:00 JEOPARDY *• C ll:30 EYE GUESS - C 12-00 N TV PARTYLINE - C - C 12:30 PM LET'S MAKE A DEAL 1:00 1:30 ;00 30 ;00 ;25 ;30 ;00 :30 :00 C C DAYS OF OUR LIVES THE DOCTORS - C ANOTHER ! -'ORLD - C YOU DON.'T SAY - C THE MATCH GAME - C LAFFALOT CLUB - G WANTED; DEAD OR ALIVE MARSHAL DILLON T B$W HUNTLEY-8RINKLEY - C NEWSCOPE T iNEWS-WEATHER SPORTS) - C Monday. March 6:00 NEWS 6tl5 WEATHER • 6i20- SPORTS 6:25 LATE NEWS ROUNDUP 6:30 QUNSMOKE CBS (C) ?J 30 THE LUCY SHOW CBS (C ) 8:00 THE ANDY GRIFFITH SHOW (C) 8:30 FAMILY AFFAIR CBS (C) 9:00 THE CAROL BURNETT SHOW CBS lOlOO NEWS with George ttoore 10:10 WEATHER with Bill Mitchell 10»15 SPORTS EYE with Jin Landers 10:30 CHANNEL 11 ACADEMY THEATRE "Loophole" 12J10 LATE NEWS ROUNDUP (C) 12115 SIGN OFF Tuesday. March 26 6:28 SIGN ON 6:30 ECONOMICS 7:00 ARKANSAS A.M. WITH LOCAL & STATE NEWS (C) 7:05 CBS MORNING NEWS 7:30 ARKANSAS A.M. (C) 8:00 CAPTAIN KANGAROO 9:00 CANDID CAMERA CBS 9:30 THE BEVERLY HILLBILLIES 10:00 ANDY OP MAYBERRY CBS 10:30 THE DICK VAN DYKE SHOW CBS 11:00 LOVE OF LIFE CBS (Cl 11:25 CBS MID-DAY NEWS 11:30 SEARCH FOR TOMORROW CBS (C) 11:U5 THE GUIDING LIGHT CBS (C) 12:00 EYE ON ARKANSAS (C) (live) 12:30 AS THE WORLD TURNS CBS (C) It00 LOVE IS A MANY SPLENDORED THINGS CBS ART LINKLETTER'S HOUSE PARTY TO TELL THE TRUTH CBS (C) CBS AFTERNOON NEWS THE EDGE OF NIGHT CBS (C) THE SECRET STORM CBS (C) PASSWORD (C) PERRY MASON McHALE'S NAVY CBS EVENING NEWS DAKTARI CBS (C) THE REP SKELTON HOUR CBS (C) GOOD HORNING WORLD CES (C) CBS NEWS SPECIAL CBS (C) NEWS with George Moore WEATHER with Bill Mitchell (C) SPOHTS EYE with Jim Landera 1C: 30 CHANNEL- 11 ACADEMY THEATRE "Terror of the Black Mask" 12520 LATE HEWS ROUNDUP (C) 12}25 SIGN OF? KSLA-TVQI2 MONDAY MARCH 25 6:30 Gunsmoke 7j30 The Lucy Show 8:00 Andy Griffith 8:30 The Monday Night Movie "Meet Me After The Shov, Betty Grable, HacDonald Carey 10:00 News/Dodson JO:?5 Westher/BoIton 10:30 Carol Burnett Shoy 11:30 Sea Hunt l?;00 Weather/Vespers Jack Jones He also has a new recording contract with RCA. which has just released his latest alburn, "If You Ever Leave Me." "When I started recording." he said, "I was so green and scared and stiff it was impossible to make a good record. If you go In as someone who listens to the more experl« onced people around you, It's fine, but you fall Into n trap common among singers—your manager tells you what to do and how to dress and where to go, "I've grown up gradually, but every thing, has fallen into place (he last couple of years. My wife, Jill St. John, and I met and now 1 couldn't be happier." Jack deliberately holds his television appearances down to about six a year. But he will have a special on NBC-TV \, tv \., H \t n .« H next fall, which will be taped Mirljn Mnson in the spring. He had a spc- first faced a Broadway atidl- cial several years ago land encc. a moment which Is sup- also a syndicated one-shot, posed to be the dream of which is making the rounds), every actress, but that was before he grew "it was a big disappoint' up. „ e ,-,'-" ment," she said. "Coming ,. , r . ,, from California and having pSrsA^o^rT.^ *«» '•'««•«• <•>""•' who has more animation than a Disney cartoon and more vocal power than a politician throwing his hat in the ring. She has got to be the only actress in the world who can go on television with Johnny Carson, tell how she spent her first several months in Now York sharing apartments with various gentlemen, and make it sound as innocent as a nursery rhyme. Marlyn is a Californian who came out of the Billy Barnes Hcvicw to act on nearly every television series imaginable. She played the ingenue in both Brigadoon and Carousel on television. Now she is starring on Broadway in the musical. "How Now, Dow Jones." She is so, honest that she when you walfwjffl Ihert wlnW J AA. Bttt If I (toes MO ttof would b« mete than pleasant a&mit it. An is fine when t get befeft fltKitcnee, howevtr, "On openiitf filafit, molhcr wu* in tht «f*«Sfttg roftfltt find f laid Iff R*fj •Moihcr, »'« not ftape«flt«g, I don't fed Iftflt •xeutmtflt/ I'm not bttter but T am ffui- trated, t always thought th« life wfl* so glflmoTdus, fiow t find I'm flSRlnu, *t* 11 worth itr Then t get on stag* and it is." "Mow Now, Dow Jones" ten- (J?n*em several changes and much rewriting on the road. "I started out saying ves to everything, even if I thought n change was wrong. Then once I spoke up in as ladylike n wny «s possible, I should have screamed and yelled, Once I r«n off to my dressing room and cried, thinking, 'On CSoti, I'll be glad when we open and everyone will go nwny and leave the actors to net/" Current Best Seller! ifev !» h *•'». •<lr I* FICTION ,* "Tht Contmlons of N«t j«/ Turner," Slyron 33 " Top**." Uf b i a "V»nlih*d," Knttol "Chriitfy," Maritall „, "tht KiMbftlonfel," Sutlon ,', NONHCriOiV "Tfi* Naked Ap«," Mortis >' J "Nlcholi* *nd Al*x»»rfr»,'* v; NtsiMl* ' 13 "Our Crowd," Blrmln|th*m "B«twftrt Parent iind O»IM," '•'< Glnoll »! "Tol*joy,"Tro)«t iC , "But .when you're starting She is so, honest that she ...,-., iJn this business.;ir you gpjn f makijs a surprising revqlauon i as d kriow-Tt-all, you're dead, 'about that moment when Stt(J Do You Need A HEARING AID Why Don't You Find Out for Surt? fee: A.L. Burns, Jr. Tuesday, March 26 - 1 To 3 P,M, SHIPLEY STUDIO Hope, Artastt FREE TEST - NO OBLIGATION ACOUSTION HEARING AIDS J BJ tt ii li. ; f< it (J WITH SWITCH YOIJR HOME TO "MODERN FLAMEL WATER HEATING! rt 'A Does the lack of enough hot water for your family requirements bug you? Then switch to the electric way! Packed with insulation — top, bottom and all around —* flameless water heaters are fast and efficient. AH the heat goes into the water — none into the room or up a chimney. They're glean, quiet, dependable and carefree — and you can put them anywhere. Put one in your home now and get AP&L's $25 wiring allowance — see your Reddy Plan dealer for full details. ..I IJ '•i if K ARKANSAS WIRING ALLOWANCE Your Hfcddy Plan dealer can tell /ou how lo quality for in** allowance, avail- dole to ail customer* ier*««l directly by AP4L. POWER * IIGHT COMPANY

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page