Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on April 4, 1968 · Page 6
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Hope, Arkansas
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, April 4,1968 Television Schedule THURSDAY, AFftIL k. 1968 6:00 6:30 (COLOR) 7:00 (COLOR) 7:30 (COLOR) a":oo (COLOR) 9s00 (COLOR) 10s00 (COLOR) 10:30 (COLOR) 12:00 M RIFLEMAN SECOND HUNDRED YEARS THE FLl'DJG NUN BEWITCHED CALIFORNIA OIRL CCWBOlf Bl AFRICA TEN O'CLOCK REPORT JOEY BISHOP SHOW SINE OFF FRIDAY j APRIL 3, 1968 6;A5 AM TEST PATTERN 7:00 (COLOR) BOZO'S BIG TOP SHOW 8:30 DIALING FOR DOLLARS THEATRE "Till We Meet Again" Hay Milland, Barbara Brittor 10:00 (COLOR) THIS MORNING 11:00 BEWITCHED 11:30 (COLCR) TREASURE ISLE 12:00 (COLCR) DREAM HOUSE 12:30 (COLCR) WEDDING PARTY 1:00 (COLOR) NEWLYWED GAME 1:30 (COLOR) BABY GAME 1:55 (COLOR) CHILDREN'S DOCTOR 2:00 (COLOR) GENERAL HOSPITAL 2:30 (COLOR) DARK SHADOWS •3:00 (COLOR) DATING GAME 3:30 DIALING FOR DOLLARS THEATRE "The Lidestructible Man" Lon Chancy 5:00 (COLOR) ABC NEWS 5:30 (COLCR) 5:30 REPORT 6:00 RIFLEMAN 6:30 (COLCR) OFF TO SEE THE WIZARD 7:30 (COLOR) OPERATION ENTERTAINMENT 8:30 (COLOR) GUNS OF WILL SONNETT 9:00 (COLOR) Afl r S ?E>.iAL "The Confrontation" 10:00 (COLOR) TEN O'CLOCK REPORT 10:30 THE BI3 MOVIE • "Fourteen Hours" Z Paul Douglas 1,2:00,,(COLOR) , , . JOEY,-BISHOP SHOW . "•' .. . • 1:30 AK SINE OFF KAR THURSDAY, APRIL t>, 1968 6rOO News & Weather Report (C) 6:30 Daniel Boone NBC (C) 7£30 Ironside NBC (C) 8;30 Dragnet NBC (C) 9/00 The Dean Martin Show NBC (C) 110:00 News & Weather (C) 10:15 Lonnie Gibbons Sprts Show (C^ 10:30 The Tonight Shoa NBC (C) 12:00 SIGN OFF FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 1968 6:45 RFI) with Bob Buice (C) 6:55 Morning Devotions (C) 7:00 The Today Show NBC (C) 7:25 Arkansas News & Weather (C) 7:30 The Today Show NBC (C) 8:00 The Today Show NBC (C) 8:25 Arkansas News & Weather (C) 8:30 The Today Show NBC (C) 9:00 Snap Judgement NBC (C) 9:25 Nancy Dickerson with the News 9:30 Concentration NBC (C) 10:00 personality NBC (C) 10:30 The Hollywood Squares NBC 11:00 Jeopardy NBC (C) 11:30 Rye Guess NBC (C) 11:55 Kclwin Newman with the News 12:00 Little Rock Today (C) 12:30 Let's Make A Deal NBC (C) 1:00 Days of Our Lives NBC (C) 1:30 The Doctors NBC (C) 2:00 Another World NBC (C) 2:30 YOU Don't Say NBC (C) 3:00 The Mike Douglas Show (C) 4:30 i Love Lucy "Lucy's Schedule" 5:00 F-Troop 5:30 Huntley and Brinkley Report 6:00 News a nd Weather Report (C) 6:30 Tar/.an NBC (C) 7:30 star Trek NBC (C) 8:30 Hollywood Squares NBC (C) 9:00 American Profile "Homo Country" 10:00 News and Weather (C) 10:15 Lonnu- Gibbons Sprots Show (C) 10:30 T | )C > Tonight Show NBC (C) 12:00 SIGN OFF^ FtUDAV , APRIL. 5,, 1968 6s20 AM MORNING DEVOflONAL 6s25 ffcXARKANA COLLEGE - C 6:45 FAfcM DIGEST * C 7i00 TODAY SHOW - C 7s25 fODAY IN TEXARKANA •* & 7s30 tODAY SHOW - C 8»25 TODAY IN SHRfiVEPOft? - C 8:30 TODAY SHOW * d 9s00 SNAP JUDGMENT - C 9s25 NBC NEWS - C 9s 30 CONCENTRATION •* C 10s00 PERSONALITY - C 10i30 HOLLYWOOD SQUARES - C 11tOO JEOPARDY - C 111 30 EYE GUESS - C 12s00 TV PARTYLINE - C 12s30 . LET'S MAKE A DEAL - C Is 00 DAYS OP OUR LIVES - C Is 30 THE DOCTORS - C 2»00 ANOTHER WORLD - C 2s30 YOU DON'T SAY - C 3s00 THE MATCH GAME - C 3s25 LAFFALOT CLUB - C 4s30 HAVE GUN WILL TRAVEL - itfW 5s00 MARSHAL DILLON - B*W 5$30 HUNTLEY-BRINKLEY - C 6:00 NEWSCOPE - (NEWS, WIATHfft SPORTS) - C 6: .'0 • TAR2AN - C 7; 30 STAR TREK - C 8i3C HOLLYWOOD SQUARES - t: 9;00 AMERICAN PROFILE - C 10:00 NEWSCOPE - (NEWS, WEATHER SPORTS) - C 10s30 THE TONIGHT SHOW - C KATV THURSDAY. APRIL A. 1968 6:30 PM Second Hundred Years - ABC (C) 7:00 The Flying Nun - ABC (C) 7:30 Bewitched - ABC (C) 8:00 The California Girl - ABC (C) 9:00 Rat Patrol - ABC (C) 9:30 Felony Squad - ABC (C) 10:00 Arkansas News and Weather (C) 10:15 World News (C) 10:20 Bud Campbell Sports (C) 10:30 Arkansas Sportsman - ABC (C) 11:00 Joey Bishop Show - ABC (C) FRIDAY. APRIL 5. 1968 7:30 8:30 9:30 (C) Bozo's Big Top Comics The Fugitive - ABC This Morning - ABC (C) Host: Dirk Cavett 11:00 Bewitched - ABC 11:30 Treasure Isle - ABC (C) 12:00 The Noon Show - Live (C) w/Bud Campbell, Judy Pryor 1:00 1:30 1:55 :00 :30 :00 :30 :00 :30 :00 6:15 6:20 6:30 7:30 8:30 9:00 Newlywed Game - ABC .C) The Baby Game - ABC (C) Children's Doctor - ABC (C) General Hospital - AEC (0) ' '••"•' Dark Shadows - ABC (C) Dating Game - ABC (C) Bozo's Big Top Comics - Live (C) Bob Young Evening News - ABC (C) Truth or Consequences - (C) Arkansas News and Weather (C) World News (C) Bud Campbell Sports - (C) . Off To See The Wizard - ABC (C) Operation. Entertainment - ABC (C) Guns of Will Sonnett - ABC (C) HOPE (MR) STAR, Stonfey Cup Chase Starts In Earnest By HAL BOCK Associated Press Sports Writer the chase for the Stanley Cup, hockey's most cherished piece of hardware, begins to« night at four National Hockey League sites. The Chicago Black Hawks, who finished a stumbling fourth In the NHL's East Division, play the second place Rangers at New York and East champion Montreal hosts third place Boston, In the West Division playoffs, St, Louts, which finished third, visits champion Philadelphia and second place Los Angeles entertains Minnesota, which finished fourth. All series are best-of-sevon games. Last year's Cup champions, the Toronto Maple Leafs, finished fifth In the East Division and did not qualify for the playoffs. And the Black Hawks, last year's regular season champions, entered the Cup showdown with a host of problems, among them a six-game winless streak in the final two weeks of the regular season which slid them from second to fourth place. Then there are injuries. Scoring champion Stan Mikita was a doubtful starter for tonight's opening game because of a back Injury and Bobby Hull and Den- Is DeJordy also were nursing bruises. Emlle Francis, coach of the Rangers, said he expected Jim Neilson, the husky defense man who has been nursing two bruised knees, to be ready. He also was expecting to see Mikita and Hull in action for Chicago. "I don't doubt that they're hurting," said Francis, "but I know those two. They'll be here even if they have to play in wheelchairs." Boston's hustling Bruins- most of them with no prior Stanley Cup experience—are decided underdogs to Montreal but Canadiens' Coach Toe Blake wasn't so sure. "I've been in enough playoffs to know anything can happen," said Blake, who has led the Can- adiens to seven Stanley Cups in 13 seasons. In the new West Division, Philadelphia goes with young Bernie Parent' in goal' against St. Louis and veteran Glenn Hall. Doug Favell, Philadelphia's other goalie, Is sidelined with an infected throat. The playoffs mark the return of the Flyers to their regular homy ice. They played 21 of their last 24 regular season games on the road after the Printed by Offset Millwood Catches Hockey National Hockey League 10:00 10:15 10:20 10:30 The confrontation - ABC (c) SPECIAL Spectrum was closed by wind damage. Los Angeles was ready to call on Coach Red Kelly against Minnesota. Kelly, inactive since leading the Maple Leafs to the Arkansas News and Weather (C) World News (C) Bud Campbell Sports (C) The Late Show - "WYOMING MAIL" Ed B»gl«y Stephen McNally KSLA-TVQI2 Cup last year, was among the list of 30 eligibles submitted to the lealue by the Kin Buccaneers Feel They Are Accepted NEW ORLEANS (AP) - "I think New Orleans has accepted us finally," said Buccaneer Coach Babe McCarthy after his team von its American Basketball Association Western Division semifinal playoff series with Denver. A standing room only crowd of 6,500 saw New Orleans come up with a big third quarter Wednesday night and beat the Rockets 102-97. The Bucs won their three playoff gamos at homo, losing two to Denver on the road. It was the season's largest horn t; attendance for New Orleans. Although the Bucs led the 'Wtestern Division-most of ./the regular season, they floundered at the gate at horn-. "It's been a long hard fight," McCarthy, said, "but I think New Orleans people realize we can give 'em good entertainment." The Bucs open a best-of-7 series for the Western Division title with the Dallas Chaparrals here Friday night. The winner plays the Eastern Division tl- tlist. The Bucs' two outside shooters, Larry Brown and Jimmy Jonas, were the high scorers. Brown got 24 points and Jones 18. Top Photo shows Morris Sanders and his fishing pal displaying a nice string of crappte caught at Millwood Lake March 29. Bottom Photo shows part of the catch of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Huckabee of Hope, caught at Millwood Lake March 30. They had 36 crappie that weighed 1% to 2\4 pounds each. . Millwood is reported to be one of the hottest fishing spots in the state at present time with 20,507 persons visiting the lake last week. Trio Unhurt in Crash on Highway MENA, Ark. (AP) - Three men escaped injury Wednesday when a single-engine plane they were making an emergency landing in on Arkansas 88 about 15 miles east of here crashed. George L. White of Wichita, Kan., the pilot, tipped a wing of the plane to miss a highway sign while landing and a gust of wind caused the aircraft to crash, authorities said. White and two other Wichita men, Ralph Bachelor and Harold Harrelson, were returning to Wichita from a fishing trip to Montgomery, Ala., when they ran into thunderstorms and tried to land. Judaism is the oldest great monotheistic religion. B? THE ASSDdtAfEB Semifinals today's Qam§§ East DiVtsldfi Boston at Montreal, 1st game of testoM series, Chicago at New York, 1st game of best«of»7 series. West Division St, Louis at Philadelphia, 1st game of bestof-'? series, Minnesota at Los Angeles, 1st game of best«oM series, Friday's Games No games scheduled, Oldtimen Are Sent to Minors By RN RAPOPORT Associated Press Sports Writer Dave Morehead, who once pitched a no*hitter for the Bos* ton Red Sox, and Bill Rohr, who once almost did, will be doing their throwing in the minors this year. The Red Sox optioned More* head, who threw Boston's last no-hitter in 1965, to their Louisville farm team Wednesday. Rohr, who came within one out of hurling a hitless gam? against the Yankees in his first start last season, was released outright. It was, in fact, a bad day for pitchers all around. The Cincinnati Reds optioned out 19-year- old Gary Nolan, 14-8 last year, to the minors because of. arm trouble. And the New York Yankees sent Steve Barber to their Syracuse farm. Also, the Red Sox optioned Darrell Brandon and the Now York Mets gave Hal Renlff, a mainstay of the Yankees In better days, his outright release. In exhibition action Wednesday, Detroit beat Houston 3:1, Washington edged Baltimore 32, Atlanta pounded the Yankees 7-1, Pittsburgh downed Cincinnati 4-3, Oakland crushed Boston 9-2, Cleveland outslugged Los Angeles 10-8. Also the Chicago Cubs outlasted San Francisco 7-6 In 11 innings, California beat its Seattle farm club 2-1 and Philadelphia nipped St. Louis 5-4, Mickey Stanley's three-run horn or In the third Inning gave Detroit all the runs it needed to win. Mickey Lolich and Dennis Ribant .combinecl.to. stopthe-As-- tros on five hits; '••"— " ! ~ ' : Sam Bowens hit a homer In the ninth for Washington's victory margin over Baltimore. The Senators have a spring record of 17-6, best In the majors. The Braves beat the Yankees on six runs in the fourth inning. Atlanta put together five singles, a walk, a wild pitch, a passed ball and an error. Jim Bunnlng went the distance for the Pirates and survived a rally In the ninth Inning with the tying run on third, by retiring Pete Rose and Alex Johnson. Sal Bando hit his ninth homer of the spring for Oakland In the of Baseball . By JAMBS R, SOtX •'. AssoetetsJ Prsls f t tter WASHING? ON (A^ ; ^ p* detrt Johnson has ftls test chance to ivoid a baseball shut* out &s the Washington Senators open the 1938 season Monday against Minnesota, Johnson, now 0»3 and the only President still waiting for his first, winner in baseball's annual opening day r iftal, may pass up the opportunity and call on teammate Hubert M, Humphrey to throw the inaugural ball, The vice president's f ellef record is o*i, Not since the depression days of Herbert Hoover has the presidential pitching record been so impoverished. Hoover needed four tries to watch a winner as the Senators squealed out a 1*0 victory in his final appearance in 1932. And even then it took 10 Innings, The White House IS still silent on whether Johnson, who has announced he Won't run for reelection, will make the traditional trip to the ballpark next week for his fourth try. His attendance is uncertain. Humphrey, the ever-ebullient, substitute, is No. 2 in this as well as other duties, although his pitching assignment could be complicated by the fact his baseball loyalties belong unabashedly to the Minnesota Twins. The Senators, losers of five straight openers and thus responsible for Johnson's record, will be underdogs again next week against the Twins, wl» came Within a game of winning the 1967 American League Pennant. In recent years, Dwight D. El- senhower, who once skipped an opener to play golf, leads his colleagues at 4-3. Franklin D. Roosevelt finished 4-4, Harry S. Truman bowed out at 3-4 and John F. Kennedy, like Johnson the victim of the expansion era Senators, was 1-2. *« 0 •tt m 0. « te IJ6 •m to >d w »I 75, (0 r first inning when the Athletics : scored three runs. ' Vern Fuller drove in four • runs, three with a homer for Cleveland, The Indians didn't wrap the game up until Angel rookie pitcher Vicente Rome's throwing - error *- let in -the tie- i, breaking Tun. srztw- risl «<"••;>; Rookie Jose Arcia had 5 five hits and drove in the winning run with a single in the llth for the Cubs. The Cubs scored four runs In the ninth on six straight hits off Frank Unzy. Cookie Rojas and Mike Ryan each drove in two runs each for the Phillies. Rojas homered In the first and Ryan's two-run double In the eighth provided the winning runs. The Reason The north star is directly over the axis of. the earth so the rotation of the earth does not affect the position of the star as it is seen from the earth. THURSDAY APRIL 4 b: JO PM DANIEL BOONS - C 7 : jO IRONSIDE r C «. JO ADAM 12 - C : on THE DEM »MM*n» lOjOO f 6:30 Cimarron Strip 8:00 CBS Thursday Night Movie "One Man's Way," Don Murray, Diana Hyland 10:00 News/Erwin 10:25 Weather/Griffin 10:30 The Late Movie "Strange Lady In Town," Greer Garson, Dana Andrews 12:00 Weather/Vespers _ FRIDAY APRIL 5 _ 6:25 Economics (Mon-Thur,) 6:25 Across The Fence (Fri) 6:55 Your Pastor 7:05 CBS News/Benti 7:30 Bob & His Buddies 8; 00 Captain Kangaroo 9:00 Candid Camera 9;30 Beverly Hillbillies 10:00 Andy Of Mayberry 10:30 Dick Van Dyke 11:00 Love Of Life 11:30 Search For Tomorrow 11:45 Guiding Light 12:00 News/Owen 12:30 As The World Turns 1:00 Love Is A Many Spiendored Thing :30 House Party :00 To Tell The Truth 25 CBS News /Ed wards :30 Edge Of Night -.00 Secret Storm 3:30 Gilligan's Island 4:00 Rawhide 5: 00 McHale's Navy 5:30 CBS News/Cronkite o:00 News /Owen o:25 Weather/Bo It on 6:30 Wild, Wild West 7s 30 Corner Pyle, USMC Q9S Friday Night Mpvis *Your Cheat in' He«rt," Among AF Life's Agencies: Best of '67! 1 2: 2: 2: 3-. ARKANSAS STATE AGENCY CHARLES I SNOOK State Manager—little Rock Marion Arnold-little Rock Homer L Bailey—Uttte Rock M. S. Bates-Hope Jack E. Berry—Rgssellville Delmer T. Ponaldson—Berryvilfe Minnie K. Hicks—Russellville M. Dibrell Johnson—Van Buren 0. L "Peck" Maness-little Rock Brents B. McPherson—Hope L E. Pickens—Jonesboro Lucille M. Pickens—Jonesboro Carl C. Polston-Walnut Ridja Gus 0. Poole—Green Forest ri. Gordon Walker- little Rock-Fort Smith John A. Wilson—Swrcy ARKANSAS STATE AGENCY In the production of new quality busfnwf during th« year, the Arkansas Stats Agency of American Foundation Life l@d the Company's entire field organization. These knowi* edgeble members of this dynamic agency not only wrota a large total volume of insurance protection but also matched their sales efforts with outstanding service to their policyholders. AF life makes this tribute to the Arkansas State Agency and to the fine career life underwriters whose achievements set records — which are already being by their 1968 performance. (JTTL LIFE AMERICAN FOUNDATION LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Kama Office; Fourth & Ringg / littis Rotk,

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