Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 28, 1968 · Page 4
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 28, 1968
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t muu to. 1968 othtr Experiment Stcu en report for- 24* §raflrtg at ? m; Thursday, High -3 S Lew 4S, ARKANSAS « Considerable Cloudiness mainly south half to* a few light showers south pot- tttfl tonight and Friday, Fair £££ !°W a^Htay. Warm «f eogh Friday, Low tohtght 48< eather Uewher* THE ASSOCIATED PRESS High Low Jbflny, cloudy 64 29 Ibuquerque, cloudy 10 43 lanta, cloudy 15 48 Ismarck, cloudy 55 38 . g)lse».cloudy 64 46 fcstoti, clear 60 40 Buffalo, cloudy 66 50 (Jhlcago, clear 75 52 Cincinnati, cloudy 14 51 Cleveland, clear 11 53 Denver, clear 66 30 Des Molnes, clear 10 41 Detroit, clear 10 52 Fairbanks, cloudy 29 5 Fort Worth, cloudy 68 60 Helena, clear 51 48 Honolulu, cloudy 81 12 Indianapolis, clear 15 53 Jacksonville, clear 19 50 Juneau, snow 34 31 Kansas City, clear 16 51 '"Eos Angeles, fog 81 58 boulsville, cloudy 14 53 Memphis, cloudy 11 51 Miami, clear 14 69 Milwaukee, cloudy 15 50 Mpls.-St.P., cloudy 61 31 $ew Orleans, cloudy 16 56 New York, cloudy 69 49 Okla. City, cloudy 68 60 Omaha, clear 69 42 Philadelphia, cloudy 13 43 Phoenix, clear 84 48 Pittsburgh, cloudy 11 45 Stlnd, Me., clear 52 36 Ptlnd, Ore., rain 54 41 Eapld City, cloudy 65 31 Richmond, cloudy 83 44 St. Louis, cloudy 19 55 Salt Lk. City, cloudy 61 35 Stn Diego, cloudy 68 51 San Fran., clear 65 55 Seattle, cloudy 48 45 Tampa, cloudy 18 62 Washington, cloudy 19 48 Winnipeg, cloudy 58 39 bOJ.'r..-;;.., -. .,,. ,,..„,, ..... . . ftm* * MM , „ PRESSING ON toward the Capitol, Sen. Robert F. Kennedy (D-N.Y.), cuts through a park to vote In Senate chamber. Penologist Picked But Pay Too Low CUMMINS PRISON FARM, Ark. (AP)-William Leeke, 35, a penologlst serving as director of the South Carolina prison system, is the mnn the state Board of Correction wants to hire as commissioner of correction. But Levels /gluctant to take to Arrange Summit Meet BOSTON (AP) - The Christian Science Monitor says former Vice President Richard M. Nixon, if elected president, will seek Immediately to arrange a summit meeting with the Russians on the Vietnam war. i ; -The assertion, in a Washington dispatch from Godfrey Sperling Jr., the Monitor's staff correspondent in the capital, was attributed to "sources Informed on Nixon planning." *The dispatch said Nixon "does not intend to escalate the United States military commitment In Vietnam," and instead "he will seek to find ways to the negotiating table where he reportedly! intends to impose a tough- bargaining climate." •tt'He plans," Sperling said, "to arrange for a hard-bargaining sUmmit session with none of the amenities that surrounded the Glassboro (N.J.) get-together of President Johnson and Premier Alexel N, Kosygin. •"He feels the Russians respect toughness and are more likely to respond meaningfully in a session In which the United States president makes specific proposals—and then holds to them. He would confine personal goodwill gestures to bare essentials, ?'In his speeches, Mr, Nixon has spoken of using 'United States diplomatic, economic, and political leverage' to bring the Soviet Union to 'the side of pteace instead of war,' '-"By this he means, at least in part, that he would be ready to expand fist-West trade and tJius make available to the Rus* sians^ifl an offer it a summit meeting—all sorts of consumer goods that the Russians badly nfced, particularly such things ££ computers. -^"to return, Mr. Nfron wouk} ask for a cessation, or at least, a cutback in the Soviet supply of ^rins to North Vietnam. TWs supply, he feels, is the es- "I element & Hanoi's w- tocgirry on the war. a year post. As added Inducement, the board Wednesday authorized its chairman, John H. Haley of Little Rock to offer Leeke a house and prison commodities. The board also named acting Prison Supt. Victor Urban to the post permanently. He stepped into the post last month when Thomas 0. Murton was fired. Haley said Leeke would have to be provided a house off Cummins Prison Farm because it wouldn't be fair to Urban or Leeke for Leeke to live there. Haley said Wednesday night that he had not contacted Leeke about the additional offer, but laughingly said the candidate hasn't seen Arkansas under favorable circumstances yet. Haley explained that Leeke was at Cummins the night the board met five and a half hours and decided to fire Murton. On another visit to Arkansas, Leeke was taken to the Top of the Rock Club in Little Rock — two hours after it was raided by Alcoholic Beverage Control Director Harrell Hughes and Enforcement Officer Emjl an. Rojas Given Hod Over ftit Campolf nf •tilt Merit Ore, (AP) «• State Rgp. Sidney Leiken of Roseburg Is .toe state chairman of the B. Duncan-for-senate His son, David is the ~eb3jrin§n of the University # 2 OTegou agents to Re-elect SViynfi ^>rse, the mn Dujican is trying & 4efeat. Colombian LOS ANGELES (AP) ~ Call- fornia's Paul Rojas is a slight favorite to defeat Enrique Biggins of Colombia tonight in their 15*round fight for the World Boxing Association >'o t '4on of the vacant featherweight championship, The nontelevised scrap, which shapes up as a sluggers' match between two boxers who have never been knocked off their feet, is billed to fill the gap pro* duced when Mexico's Vicente saidivar retired. While the WBA and California sanctioned tonight's bout as a title contest, many boxing bodies offer no such recognition. How* ard Winstone of Wales is »e.» claimed as the }2&tpoun4 ruler in some areas. Higgins, 25, whose boxing has teen confined to Colombia and Venezuela, has won 30 boiits, scoring 23 knockouts and losing twice, Rojas, also 25, has won 33, lost only one, to Saidivar here in 1965, and stopped 25 op* ponents. Television Schedule FRIDAY .HAISO2, 6:30 (COLOR) 7:00 (COLCR) 7:30 (COLCR} *YOO (CCLCR) *:3Q (COLCR) 9:00 (COLCR) 10s00 (COLOR) 10:30 (COLOR) 15'sOOM TEAft* ffffi PttfiW RUN BEWITCHED mt cm PEJfOR PLACE C0WB01 IS AFK1CA tSN O'CLOCK REKftf JOST BISHOP SHOW SINE Off 6t u 5 AM Test PATTERN 7:00 (COLO?) BOZO'S BlO TOP SHOW 3:30 DIALING FOR. DOLLARS THEATRE "Suddenly It's Spring" Pauleite Ooddard, Veronica Like lOiOO (COLCR) THIS HOftNlNO 11:00 BEWITCHED 11:30 (COLOR) TREASURE ISLE 12)00 THE FUGITIVE 1:00 (COLOR) THE NEWLTWED OAKE 1:36 (COLOR) THE 6ABY OAKE 1:55 (COLOR) CHILDREN'S DOCTOR 2:00 (COLOR) GENERAL HOSPITAL 2:30 (COLOR) DARK SHADOWS 3:00 (COLOR) THE DATING GAME 3:30 DIALING FOR DOLLARS THEATRE "The Unseen" Joel McCrea,Herbert Marshall 5:00 (COLOR) ABC NEWS 5:30 (COLOR) 5:30 REPORT 6:00 RIFLEMAN 6:30 (COLOR) OFF TO SEE THE WIZARD 7:30 (COLOR) OPERATION ENTERTAINMENT 8:30 (COLOR) THE GUNS OF WILL SONNETT 9:00 (COLOR) JUDO FOR THE DEFENSE 10:00 (COLOR) TEN O'CLOCK REPORT 10:30 THE BIO MOVIE "College Confidential" Steve Allen, Jayne Meadows, Mamie Van Doren 12:00 (COLCR) THE JOEY BISHOP SHOW 1:30 AM SINE OFF KAR Thursday, March 28, 1968 Huntley Brlnkley Report NBC News and Weather Report (C) Daniel Boonc NBC (C) Ironside NBC (C) Dragnet NBC (C) The Dean MartIn Show NBC 10:00,, News .and V?eather , ,(C), v j; ,; , loV'lS'" Lbnnle'''GibbonsI Sp'orts Show 10:30 The Tonight Show NBC (C) 12:00 Sign 0££ Friday, March 29, 1968 30 :00 30 :30 :30 :00 7: 7: 7: 8: 9: 9: 9: 6:45 6:55 00 25 30 8:00 8:25 30 00 25 30 10:00 10:30 11:00 11:30 11:55 12:00 12:30 1:00 1:30 2:00 30 00 30 00 30 00 30 30 10:00 10: 15 10:30 12:00 RFD with Bob Bulce (C) Morning Devotions (C) The Today Show NBC (C) Arkansas News and Weather The Today Show NBC (C) The Today Show NBC (C) Arkansas News and Weather The Today Show NBC (C) Snap Judgement NBC (C) Nancy DlcUerson vlth the Newc Concentration NBC (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 Sny NBC (C) The Mike Douglas Show (C) I Love Lucy F-Troop Huntley Brinkley Report NBC News and Weather Report (C) The Plains of Serlngett NBC Give Us Brrrabas N3C (C) No\.'s and Weather (C) Lonnic Gibbons Sports Show The Tonight Show NBC (C) Sign Off idal-tv The federal government does not operate any colleges tor Indians. THURSDAY , MARCH 28 6:30 PM DANJEk BOONP -• 7:30 {RONSJPE » C 8:30 DflAGNPT 1968 ^ c 9:oo ogAN MARTIN SHOW •» c 10:00 NgWSCOPg „ (NfWS-WEATHER SPORTS) . C 10:30 THE TONIGHT SHOW * C a.2,00 EVENING DEVOTIONAL FRIDAY j MARCH J9 0:20 AM MORJJJNG DEVOTIONAL 6:25 TEXARKANA COLLEGE - C 6:45 FARM DIGEST - C 7:00 TODAY SHOW - C 7:25 TODAY IN TEXARKANA - C 7:30 TODAY SHOW - C 8:25 TODAY IN SHREVEPORT - C 8:30 TODAY SHOW - C 9*! 00 SNAP JUDGMENT T q 9; 25 NBC NEHS -, C ":30 CONCENTRATION T C 10;00 PERSONALITY - C 10:30 HOLLYWOOD SQUARES - C il:00 JEOPARDY - G 11:30 EYE GUESS - C 12:00 N TV PARTYLINg T G PH LET'S MAJCfe A D&AL - 6 IjflO DAYS OF OUR itVIS - C if30 fHE DOCTORS * C 5160 ANOTHER woftLD * c 2tJO YOU DON'T SAY - C 3i06 THE MATCH GAME - 6 31 25 LAPFALOf CLUK * C 4i|0 WANTED I DEAD OR ALIVS SlOO MARSHAL DILLON - ?UW Si30 HUNTLfeY-BRtNKLEY - C *»6<5 NEWSCOPE - (NEWS-WEATHER SPORTS) - C 6t,30 f>M THE PLAINS Of r«30 STAR TREK - C 8>30 GIVE US BARRA6US - C lOlOO NEWSCOPE - (NfiWS-WEATHER SPORTS) - C IGiJO THE TONIGHT SHOW - C 12100 EVENING DEVOTIONAL KATV (0 THURSDAY. MARCH 28 6!30 Second Hundred Y«»r» - ABC (C) 7)00 The Plying Nun - ABC (C) 7:30 Bewitched - ABC (C) 8tOO That Girl - ABC (C) 8s30 Peyton Place - AftC (C) 9»00 Rat Patrol - ABC (C) 9i30 Felony Squad - ABC (C) 10)00 Arkanaa* News and Weather lOilS World News (C) 10)20 Bud Campbell Sporta (C) 10:30 Arkansas Sportsman - ABC (C) 11:00 Joey Bishop Show - ABC (C) FRIDAY. MARCH 29 7)30 Boto'i Big Top Contci (C) 8)30 The Fugitive - ABC 9)30 Thli Horning - ABC (C) 11)00 11:30 12:00 1:00 1:30 1:55 2:00 2:30 3:00 3:30 5:00 5:30 6:00 6:15 6:20 6:30 7:30 8:30 9:00 10:00 10:15 10: 2C 10:3C Bewitched - ABC Treasure lile - ABC (C) The Noon Show - Live (C) Newlyved Cane - ABC (C) The Baby Gaae - ABC (C) Children' a Doctor - ABC (C) General Hoepltal - ABC (C) Dark Shadows - ABC (C) Dating Cane - ABC (C) Bozo's Big Top Comics - Live (C) Bob Young Evening Neva - ABC (C) Truth or Consequtnces (C) Arkansas Newa and Weather (C) World Newa (C) Bud Campbell Sporta (C) Off To See The Wizard - ABC (C) Operation, Entertainment - ABC Guns of Will Sonnet t - ABC (C) Judd For The Defense - ABC (C) Arkansas Newa and Weather (C) World Newe (C) Bud Campbell Sporta (C) The Late Show: "FIXED BAYONETS" "•' Richard Baaehart U<Y,i ,...--..,, ....-., Gene, Evans ITTLE ROCK Thursday, March 28 6:30 CIMARRON STRIP CBS 8100 CBS THURSDAY NIGHT MOVIE CBS "A Night to Remember" 10:00 NEWS with George Moore lOt10 WEATHER with Bill Mitchell lOilS SPORTS EYE with Jim Landers 10130 CHANNEL 11 ACADEMY THEATRE (C) "Robin Hood and the Pirates" 12105 LATE NEWS ROUNDUP (C) 12110 SIGN OPP Friday. March 2Q 6l28 SION ON 6s30 ECONOMICS 7*00 ARKANSAS A.M. WITH LOCAL & STATE NEWS (C) 7JOS CBS MORNING NEWS 7»JO ARKANSAS A.M. ( C) 8lOO CAPTAIN KANGAROO 9»00 CANDID CAMERA CBS 9»30 THE BEVERLY HILLBILLIES 10|00 ANDY OP MAYBERRY CBS 10J30 THE DICK VAN DYKE SHOW CBS 11100 LOVE OP LIFE CBS (C) 11125 CBS MID-DAY NEWS 11J30 SEARCH FOR TOMORROW CBS (C) 11»U5 THE QUJDING LIGHT CBS (C) 12JOO EYE ON ARKANSAS (C) (live) 12-J30 AS THE WORLD TURNS CBS (C) llOO LOVE IS A MANY SPLENDORED THINGS C&3 il30 ART LINKLETTER'S HOUSE PARTY 2100 TO TELL THE TRUTH CBS (C) 2»25 CBS AFTERNOON NEWS 2J30 THE EDOg OF NIGHT CBS (C) 3IQQ THE SECRET STORM CBS (C) If 30 PASSWORD (C) Us00 PERRY MAS.ON 5tOO McHALE'S NA'/Y 5l30 CBS EVENING NEWS 6|K> KARL**; GLOBETROTTERS CBS (C; 7}30 GOKER PYLE .- USHS CBS (C) 8}00 FRIDAY NIGHT MOVIE (C) "My Elue Heaven" lOfOO NEWS with George Moore (C) lOllO WEATHER witn Bill Mitch*U 10|15 SPORTS EYE wHh Jim Landers 10530 CHANNEL U ACADEMY THEATRE "Queen of the Nile" 1-2?20 LATE NEWS ROUNDUP (C) 12?25 SIGW OFF KSLA-TVQI2 THURSDAY MARCH 28 '"6:30 CircaWbn 'Sc'fip ~ 8;00 CBS Thursday Night Movif "A Night To Remember," Kenneth More, Laurence Naismich 10:00 Nev5/£rvin 10:25 Weather/Griffin 10:30 The Ute Movie "Up Periscope," James Garner, Edmond O'Brien 12:00 Weather/Vespers &»25 ?»0$ 7 1 30 8iOO 9 i 00 9i30 !OtOO I0«30 lltOO 11 1 2$ Ilt30 II 1 45 lit 00 12(30 1 1 00 It 30 Eeoftomles (Mott'fhur) Stress th* Femte <Frl) C8S Sob & His tuddUs CJptAih KAngnroo CUndld Camera Beverly HillbiltU* Andy Of Mayberry CUk Van Dyke Lov« OC Life CBS News /dent I Search Pot Tomorrow Guiding Light News /Owen As the World Tutrta Love Is A Many Spltsndored thing House Pa rtv 2fOO 2 1 2S 2 i JO 3tOO 3f30 4 i 00 5iOO 5r30 (SrOO to felt tne fmth CBS NcWi/Edwtd* Ed«ft Of Night ftM«hld« McJtate's C8S Stws/ctonklta ?»30 8jOO lOiOO 10«25 10*30 I2i00 Hutletn Olob«trotter* dd«er Pyle, USMC CSS Friday Night Movie "ths Heltlema," RUh*rd todd, Atw« Aubrey Weather/Griffin the Ute Movie "Great Sioux Uprising," J«ff Chundler* Faith Domcrgue Rockefeller Is Officially o Candidate SHOW/BEAT B y DICK KUINM NlA Hollywood Correspondent HOLLYWOOp-iNEA)-H was raining at Trmicas Lakea- *W fl f!i£? w % hour wcsl of HollywoQd~so the company shooting "Tho. Illustrated Mnn" was out of action. In a trailer parked just ofT the dirt road which was fnst becoming a mudslide, Rod stolgcr was Just sitting. Hay Bradbury was visiting and Hex! and Hay were talking politic/, Bradbury wrote "The Illustrated Man," but he has no connection with the film. In fact, he hadn't even read the script --and said he wouldn't, unless they asked him, He and Stelger are friends, though, so he often comes by to watch the shooting. The logistics of this film arc tremendous because through a third orlt, Stelger Is supposed to be tattooed from his neck to his feet. Because of the lime it takes to make him up with tne tattoos, the shooting schedule Is a nightmare, "It takes three hours to do those," Stelger said, holding up his hands to show the Intricate designs covering the palms, the fingers and the backs of the hands, "It lakes a day-nnd-a- half to do half a torso. It takes three days for the whole body, neck lo too. That's with six guys working on me. "At first, I felt like an emperor, with those six guys around, I-or about 37 minutes, that Is. Then I fell like a lousy private." Stciger's life Is governed, these days, by the tattoos. He can t wash or take a shower. He even has to watch how he brushes his teeth—or else the water will trickle down a finger and obliterate a design. "I made a deal with the studio," he says. "They have to supply mo with linens and towels while I'm In this make-up, 1 wake up in the morning and the sheet Is tattooed." Art director Joel Schiller experimented with everything he could think of, trying to get a make-up that lasted longer, yet still photographed like a tattoo. He considered—and rejected —decals and painted body stockings. He tested different kinds of paints and wound up with one that is ordinarily used in tho silk screen process. "With some people," Stelger says, "this make-up lasts a lot longer than It does with me. I T vc always had a problem with make-up. Actually, I've always had a skin problem—I had bad acne as a kid. Even today, rny skin seems to drink up make-up. I put some on In the morning and It's gone by lunch." So far, though, he's taking the punishment with good grace. He. thinks It's, a,good part,In a good picture, so worth the cfToVt,' Thls'is his second straight picture with director 'Jade Smight. They already have a winner In their previous one, "No Way To Treat a Lady", that could easily be an Oscar nomination for Rod next year, If he wins with "In the Heat Of the Night" this year, as many expect, he could be on his way to two in a row. Many people believe he is America's finest movie actor, and the question is often asked: If you win the Oscar three times running, do you get to retire it? "I'd like very much to win the Oscar," Rod says, "It would be a great honor, and would also help to get a bigger variety of parts. Even though I've been getting good ones lately, I'm always aware that there is nothing as insecure as success' After every fat period, there is a fallow period." There is no sign of fallowness for Rovl Stelcer yet. After "The Illustrated Man," he does a romantic film with Claire Bloom in England. And then comes a big one—he'll play Napoleon in his last years, with Peter O'Toole as Wellington, (Newipaptr fnttrprht Xii/iJ LITTLE ROCK (AP) ~ Cov, Wtnthrop RocfctfeUar signed hist, corrupt practice and party loy-n ally pledges Tuesday with Sec^i rotary of State Kelly Bryant to,complete hi* filing for r«-«lec*j lion, f j Rockefeller paid his $1,500 fllfc ing fee about two weeks ago* at a news conference at a Lit* tie Rock hotel with money ob-n tailed from "friends" In Gar*} land County, A At a news conference In hl»f officer later Tuesday, Roetofeltl ler said ho had observed poll* tics long enough to know that! "anybody that thinks they artfl not going to have trouble wtli; have a bad race/' it Rockefeller said he t nought j his administration had been! "building a record which want not as dramatic as It might havo boan," but a record om! which he could run, <j Reflecting on tho withdrawal; of Ms brother, Gov. Nelson* Rockefeller of New York, froro'f actively seeking the Republican presidential nomination, Rocke-J feller said he believed NolsonU reallzod that former Vlco Presl-: dent Richard Nixon had consld-' orable delegates signed up al«* ready, : t It was Nelson's attitude, the governor said, "not to get oiitio and get In one of those cat ttndsa dog fights on a personality basis rather thait, fight .on/li«, Issues." •**" J *" ***'*" Rockefeller added, however, that his brother has not said he would not servo 11 drafted. Rockefeller also announced approval of a grant In excess of $2 million from the U.S. Labor Department's Manpower- Administration to train hardcore unemployed and upgrade i the skills of the under-employed ' In a 14-county region In east Arkansas. included In the region were Arkansas, Asiuey, Bradley, Chi-*' cot, Crlttonden, Cross, Dosha, ' Drew, Lee Lonoke, Monroe, Phillips, Prairie and St, Fran-" els counties. ' MAKE-UP TEAM TATTOOS Hod Stelger for his title role In "The Illustrated Man," in which he stars with his wife, Claire Hloorn. It takes six artiits three days to decorate the star's entire body. Toss Pillows 44* ONLY EACH DAN HiVER YARD Reg, 49c ONLY Print 27(5 YD. Tailored Blouses EACH While Shopping For Easter Shop For Specials & Save At Rephans White Levis MEN'S QQQ SIZE ti CHILDREN Panties Y M *1 KNIT 4 KAYON LACE TRIM 3

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