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: Tuesday, April 9,1968 Television Schedule Wednesday, April 10, I960 TUESDAY. APRIL 9 6:00 THE RIFLEMAN 6:30(Color) GARRISON'S GORILLAS 7:30(Color) IT TAKES A THIEF 8:30(Color) N. Y. P.,D. 9:00 ABC SPECIAL "The Comedy of Ernie Kovflcs" VO:00(Color) 10 O'CLOCK REPORT 10: 30(Color) THE JOEY BISHOP SHOW 12: OOM SINE OFF WEDNESDAY. APRIL 10 6:45 AM TEST PATTERN 7:00(Color) BOZO'S BIG TOP SHOW 8:30 DIALING FOR DOLLARS THEATRE "Wedding Present" Gary Grant, Joan Bennett 10:00(Color) THIS MORNING 11:00 BEWITCHED ll:30(Color) TREASURE ISLE l2:00(Color) DREAM HOUSE 12:30(Color) WEDDING PARTY l:00(Color) THE NEWLYWED GAME l:30(Color) THE BABY GAME l:55(Color) CHILDREN'S DOCTOR •2:00(Color) GENERAL HOSPITAL 2: 30(Color) DARK SHADOWS :00(Color) TH5 DATING GAME 3:30 DIALING FOR DOLLARS TH3ATRE "Giant Behemoth" Gene Evans.Ar.dre Morrell 6:45 RFD with Hob Uutcc (C) 6:5)5 Morning Dcvotionr. (C) 7:00 The Today Show NflC (C) 7:25 Arkansas Hcvs rind Wcnlhci: (C) 7:30 The Today Show NDC (C) 8:00 The Today Show NBC (C) 8:25 Arkansas News and Wcat:her (C) 8:30 The Today Show NHC (C) 9:00 Snap Judgement- NBC (C) 9:25 Nancy Dickorson wit.h tlie MOVJS 9:30 Concentration WC (C) 10:00 Pcrcon.nlity P'C (C) 10:30 The Ilolljwood r :quni-cc NBC (C) 11:00 Jeopardy NI5C (C) 11:30 Eye Guesn MIC (C) 11:55 Edwin Kewr^n v:ith the News 12:00 Lil-.tl.c- Rock Today (C) 12:30 Let's Make A Deal KliC (C) 1:00 Days of Our Lives NT.C (C) 1:30 The Doctors N.'JC (C) 00 Another World KF-C (C) 30 You Don't Say OTC <CA 00 Mike Denial a r. f.!>ou 30 I Love Lucy "TV Commercial" 00 F-Troup . 30 Ilur.tlry I!;:! nl: Ley Repo;:U N;;<J . 6:00 Mows nnd WKS tlicr Report (C) 6:30 The Virginian M*'C (C) 8:00 Kraft Music Hall K)>C (C) 9:00 Run For Your Life NEC (C) ' 10:00 NMG r.ncl Weather (C) 10:15 Lonnic Gibbons Sports Show 10:30 The Tonlp.ht Show NBC (C) 12:00 Si EU O.C.r Ktaltv TUESDAY. APRIL 9 6:30 PM I DREAM OF JEANNIE - C 7:00 8:00 10:00 JERRY LEWIS SHOW - C TUESDAY NIGHT AT THE MOVIES "BEDTIME STORY" - C ''ARLON BRANDO-SHIRLEY JONES 5: 00 (Color) ABC NEWS 5:30(Color) 5: 30 REPORT 6:00 THE RIFLEMAN 6: 30 (Color) THE AVENGERS 7:30(Color) DREAM HOUSE 8:00(Color) WEDNESDAY MOVIE "David and Bathsheba" Gregory Peck, Susan Hayward 10:00(Color) 10 O'CLOCK REPORT 10:30 THE BIG MOVIE "Move Over Darling" Doris Day, James Garner 12:30 AM SINE OFF . KARK-ry UTTLV KOCH M r Tuesday, April 9, 196(1 5:00 F Troop "The Loco Brothers" 5:30 Hunt Icy Rrinklcy Report r.j-.C 6:00 News snd l/ostlipr Report (C) 6:30 I Di.-cflm of Jecrnic NBC (C) 7:00 The Jerry Lewis Show NliC (C) 8:00 Tuesday Night: at the Movi~:> "Detective Story" with Kirk Douglas and Eleanor Parker . 10:00 News end Weather (C) 10:15 Lomilo f.'inbons Soorts ? ow 10:30 The Tonight Show NBC (C) 12:00 Sign Off' 10:30 12:00 i\r nuvjro — vriCftto, nr,/Yinc«tt SPORTS) - C THE TONIGHT SHOW - C EVENING DEVOTIONAL WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10, 1968 6:20 6:25 6:45 7:00 7:25 7:30 8:25 8:30 9:00 9:25 9:30 10:00 10:30 11:00 11:30 12:00 12:30 1:00 1:30 2:00 2:30 3:00 3:25 4:30 5:00 5:30 6:00 6:30 8:00 9:00 10:00 10:30 12:00 AM MORNING DEVOTIONAL TEXARKANA COLLEGE - C FARM DIGEST - C TODAY SHOW - C TODAY IN TEXARKANA - C TODAY SHOW - C TODAY IN SHREVEPORT - C TODAY SHOW - C SNAP JUDGMENT - C NBC NEWS - C CONCENTRATION - C PERSONALITY - C HOLLYWOOD SQUARES - C JEOPARDY - C EYE GUESS - C N TV PARTYLINE - C PM LET'S MAKE A DEAL - C DAYS OF OUR LIVES - C THE DOCTORS - C ANOTHER HORLD - C YOU DON'T SAY - C THE MATCH GAME - C LAFFALOT CLUB - C HAVE GUN WILL TRAVEL - C MARSHALL DILLON - BSW HUNTLEY-RRINKLEY - C NEWSCOPE - (NEWS, WEATHER SPORTS) - C PM THE VIRGINIAN - C KRAFT MUSIC HALL - C RUN FOR YOUR LIFE - C NEWSCOPE - (NEWS, WEATHER SPORTS/ - C THE TONIGHT SHOW - C EVENING DEVOTIONAL winners take home the loot: LOOK! Recent Cash Winners: M. ]. Welch, Malvern, Ark. T. M. Piu]d t >phat1, Little Rock, Ark. Mrs. Larry McGowan, Little Rock, Ark. Jimmy B. Wutthaiu. Little Rock, Ark, LiHjohu Atkinson, Little Rock, Ark. And there are still thousands of prizes (like this and more!) to be won plus instant cash naht at your Esso Dealer. N'.i purchase necessary. Every licensed driver can play at parlici paling Esso stations. Humble Oil & H«lining Company AUK-II.U s I..OO^H Muiphy Hull, MoCioiy, Ark. I. E. Kooslei. ]i, Little Rock, Ark. Judy OreMieU, Little Rock. Ark. Carl Blown Little Rock, Ark. Ray IVan ivimev Little Rock. Ark. HOPE (AM® STAR, ftjfltfd by Offsftt KATV fUESDAY , AERIL 9,.,1968 6i30 Gaftiaon's Gorillas • ABC (C) 7:30 It fakes A thief - ABC (C) 8-.30 N.Y.P.D. •>• ABC (C) $:00 the Invaders •* ABC (C) lOsOO Arkansas News and Weathet (C) 10:15 World News - (C) 10:20 Bud Campbell Sports (C) 10:30 Joey Blshoo Show « ABC (C) WEDNESDAY. APRIL 10 7:30 Bozo's Bia Ton Comics 8:30 The Fugitive - ABC 9:30 This Morning - ABC (C) 11:00 Bewitched - ABC 11:30 Treasure Isle - ABC (C) 12:00 The Noon Show - Live (C) 1:00 Newlywed Oame - ABC (C) 1:30 The Baby Game - ABC (C) I;55 The Children's Doctor - ABC 2:00 General Hosoital - ABC (C) 2:30 Dark Shadows - ABC (C) 3:00 Datine Game - ABC (C) 3:30 Bozo's Bii? Top Comics - Live 5:00 Bob Young News - AfiC (C) 5:30 Truth or Consequences - (C) 6:00 Arkansas News and Weather 6:15 World News (C) 6:20 Bud Campbell Snorts (C) 6:30 The Aveni-^rs - ABC (C) 7:30 Drear, House - ABC (C) 8:00 ABC W^Jnesdav Night Movie - "MOVE OVE*, DARLING" - (C) 10:00 Arkansas News and Weather 10:15 World News (C) 10:20 Bud Campbell Snorts (C) 10:30 Joey Bishoo Show (C)- ABC KSLA-TV&I2 TUESDAY APRIL 9 6:30 Daktari 7:30 Red Skelton 8:30 Good Morning World 9*00 CSS Mews Special 10*00 NeWS/fiWfift 10*25 Weafchet/Gtimn 10530 He & She 11800 the Lieutenaht 12«00 Weather/Vespers .._ __WEt>MESDAV.. APRIL 10 6425 Economics (Mon-Thuf) 6s25 Across the Pence (Pri) 65 55 Vour Pasfcot ?i05 CBS Kews/Senti 7t30 Bob ^ His Buddies 8s00 Captain Kangaroo 9s00 . Candid Camera 9:30 Beverly Hillbillies lOiOO Andy Of Mayberry 10i30 Dick Van Dyke Us00 Love Of Life 11s30 Search For Tomorrow 11:45 Guiding Light 12s00 News/Owen 12s30 As The World Turns Is00 Love Is A Many Splendored Thing Is30 House Party 2:00 To Tell The Truth 2s25 CBS News/Edwards 2:30 Edge Of Night 3:00 Secret Storm 3:30 Gilligan's Island 4:00 Rawhide 5s00 McHale's Navy 5:30 CBS News/Cronkite 6s00 News/Owen 6:25 Weather/Bolton 6s30 Lost In Space 7:30 Beverly Hillbillies 8:00 Green Acres 8s 30 Perry Mason 9:30 Family Affair 10s00 News/Erwin 10s25 Weather/Griffin 10s30 Jonathan Winters Show 11:30 Sea Hunt 12:00 Weather/Vespers Rights Bill Isliktlyby Thursday By WILLIAM P, Associated Press Wfltet WMtmGfON (Af>) - H backers of aSefiate*pa§s§d.eMI righfs*dpen housing bill express. wary confidence that the" ftolilf o« verslal measure will be sent to President Johnson before the Easter recess starts Thursday, Two major steps must be tak« en first. The initial move was a vote scheduled for today by the House Rules Committee, which last month refused to give immediate clearance for a House showdown on the bill, The second and final eongres* sional step— a Vote on enact* ment— would be taken Wedhes* day if the committee acts to. response to leadership hopes and requests, Even opponents of the bill, in its present form voice, doubt they can further delay a decision. They lost one of their fol« lowers over the weekend When Rep, John B, Anderson of Illinois, one of the five Republican Rules Committee members, switched his position, Anderson was on the winning side of the 8»7 committee Vote [am Mm ttt and foe fi»r i&ilT IS wHelnef » tfffif flttf ftaftMfe b ft s§fiste*ir§B§g aMfflrm sent* miner far eefft^romfle 8f gisnfi it direatty ta tfte President By acceptiftg a m.ijor Senate . this prov&fon watt tar dto» crimination In the sale or rental of- about SO p§f cent 6? th§ ta» tisft's housing, F Rt« bill at§a would Seek protection for civil rights workers, penalize Hotels* arid eKteftd constittittonal guarantees to American Indians, Whether the assassination last week of Negro leader Df, Mar* tin Luther ; King. Jn and the sub« sequent violence in big eltles- iflduding rioting near Capitol Mill, itself- helped or hurt the bill's chances Was debatable. There was an apparent weak* ening the ranks of House Republicans who earlier had fa* vored sending the bill to a compromise committee^ a move backers said could result in a later Senate filibuster, Named Big 10 Most Valuable CHICAGO (AP) - m Williams, who Set three scoring records, at towa with 632 points in one season/ was named the Big Ten's Most Valuable Player Monday, Family Is First Soys Manager CHICAGO (AP) - Eddie Stanky, the Chicago White Sox's manager who is often painted as a man completely dedicated to baseball, Monday dismissed the idea of such an image. "All the dedication in the world isn't going to see a contract extended once you fail to produce," said Stanky. "Sure, I like to win and I want to win. But my 'first obligation is to ^my wife and children. "That comes first," saidStan- ky. "That's where I'm dedicated. Baseball comes second." Stanky was talking as his White Sox went through a brief drill in preparation for their rescheduled opener against Cleveland on Wednesday. Originally slated for Tuesday, the opener was moved back because of the funeral of Dr. Martin Luther King. Stanky, in his third year at the White Sox helm, picked the Boston Red Sox to repeat for the American League pennant because "I always stick with the champion. You have to beat the champions." Monroe Only Unanimous Rookie Choice NEW YORK (AP) - Earl Monroe of Baltimore is the only unanimous choice on this season's National Basketball Association All-Rookie team announced today, Monroe received a vote from each of the league's 12 coaches. Bob Rule of Seattle and Walt Frazier of New York got U votes apiece. Rounding out the team were . Al Tucker of Seattle and Phil Jackson of New York with eight votes each. About 225 known species of woodpeckers exist worldwide, except in Australia and Madagascar. Dayan to Leave Hospital By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS TEL AVIV (AP) - Defense Minister Moshe Dayan, injured in a cave-in at an archaeological dig March 20, will leave Tel Hashomer hospital on Wednesday, a Defense Ministry official said Sunday. Planes Key to Breaking Red Siege ',| t ,,'SAIGON (AP) — Senior U.S. ^officers say the tremendous .amount of American air power thrown against the North Vietnamese around Khe Sahh helped break the 77-day siege of the Marine combat base and prevented the enetny from launching a mass attack; The 71 days between the start of the siege on Jan. 21 and March 31, U.S. warplanes dropped 95,430 tons of explosives around the base in the northwest corner of South Vietnam, That was about one-sixth the total amount dropped in the entire Korean War. U.S. fighter-bomber pilots flew a total of 21,901 sorties in support of Khe Sanh during those 71 days, an average o! 308 a day. A sortie is one flight by one plane. Perhaps even more significant were the 425 missions flown by the Air Force's giant B52 saturation bombers, each of which can carry up to 25 tons of bombs. IMPORTANT NOTICE As a public service, the undersigned feel it expedient to notify the insurance buying public of the limitations in their commercial fire insurance policies relative to glass coverage. . If you have vandalism and malicious mischief coverages, GLASS (other than glass building blocks constituting a part of the buildiiig) IS NOT COVERED. To provide coverage for glass damage from any cause, we recommend the purchase of all-risk glass insurance. If you have any question about your coverage, see your insurance agent. , r HOPE INSURANCE ASSOCIATION Anderson-Frazier Insurance Agency Gre'ening-Ellls Insurance .Agency „ HlU-Tarpley Insurance -Agency*; -^. ^x j Roach.Insurance Agency White & 'Spragins Insurance; Agency You say you wonder what your phone will be like intheyear2OOO? Don't help a good boy 50 bad. ^ck your car. Take your/1 keys. * ' By the turn of the century, chances are you won't recognize the familiar telephone. Based on services already in use or on the drawing boards, you pan expect some pretty far*out de* velopments. For example, Picturephone* see' while*you-talk service, already In Different. advertising contributed toi the public good limited use, might well be offered in full color and three dimensions. With it. you could do the family grocery shopping, look at the new cars, or buy a new hat without leaving the house. Electronic switching equipment, now in trial use, will call you back when a busy line you have called is free, or transfer your calls to another phone while you're away from home. Telephones will be free to go where you go. A cordless portable ex* tension phone, complete with dial, is currently undergoing tests. Money handling will pe revolution^ Ized. You won't need to write checks or pay cash for most purchases. A telephone call to your bank's computer will take care of the payment. The same system will automatically pay monthly bills which you authorize and keep track of your bank balance. U might even figure your income tax. By the year 2000, your telephone will probably be doing many other jobs that now seem unthinkable. But then, television, satellites, computers--" even the telephone—were "impossible" 100 years ago, Looking ahead to Keep ahead in communications is one way we try to make your every "hello" a real good SouthwMttm Bit t*« , $w I«H*

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