Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on April 24, 1968 · Page 4
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Hope, Arkansas
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"'W Wednesday, April 24,1968 Television Schedule WEDNESDAY. APRIL 2fr 6: 30(Color) THE AVENGERS DREAM HOUSE 7:30(Color) 8;00(Color) 10:00(Color) 10:30 WEDNESDAY MOVIE "The Rains of Ranchlpur" Richard Burton,Lana Turner 10 O'CLOCK REPORT THE BIG MOVIE "Where Love Has Gone" Bette Davis,Susan Hayward 12: 30 AM SINE OFF THURSDAY. APRIL 25 6:^5 AM 7:00 (COLOR) •8:30 10:00 (COLOR) 11:00 11:30 (COLOR) 12:00 (COLOR) 12:30 (COLOR) 1:00 (COLOR) 1:30 (COLOR) 1:55 (COLOR) 2:00 (COLOR) 2:30 (COLOR) 3:00 (COLOR) 3:30 5:00 (COLOR) 5:30 (COLOR) 6:00 6:30 (COLOR) 7:00 (COLOR) 7:30 (COLOR) o,:00 (COLOR) 3:30 (COLOR) 9:00 (COLOR) 10:00 (COLOR) 10:30 (COLOR) 1.2:00 M TEST PATTERN BOZO'S BIG TOP SHOW DIALING FOR DOLLARS THEATRE "The Lady Has Plans" Ray Milland DICK CAVETT SHOW BEWITCHED TREASURE ISLE DREAM HOUSE WEDDING PARTY NEWLYWED GAME BABY GAME CHILDREN'S DOCTOR GENERAL HOSPITAL DARK SHADOWS .DATING' GAME DIALING FOR DOLLARS THEATRE "Adventure In Diamonds" George Brent, Isa Miranda ABC NEWS 5:30 REPORT RIFLEMAN SECOND HUNDRED YEARS FLYING NUN BEWITCHED THAT GIRL PEYTON PLACE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH TEN O'CLOCK REPORT JOEY BISHOP SHOW SINE OFF .ITTLI HOC 5:30 6:00 6:30 8:00 9:00 10:00 10: 15 'i'?i'?j iL.AnuJ.JLf! Hunt ley Rrink Joy Report NBC News and West!•?.: (C) Ttio VlrtM'ni.an i^TC (C) KraCt Music Hn 1.1 IX,C (C) Run For Your Lifo NBC (C) »>ws anu Woatlier (C) Lor.rile- Gibboiis Spovts Show 10:30 Toe Tcnilgr.t Sro'.j l:l:,C (C) RFI> with Bob Huice (C) For nine, IVvoLiouc (C) The Today Snow NBC (C) Arkansas News 6 Weati.fr The Today Show NHC (C) The Today Snow NBC (C) Arkansas Newr. & Weather The Today S.uw NKC (C) Sn3[i Judgement W.C (C) r'nricy Dlckerson with the Nev.'s NllC (C) Concentration NBC (C) Personality M;C (C) Jeopardy NI'-C (C) Mye Cue "is XI'.C (C) y.c'i.-ii n ^-•:"..'m a.) u i th the .\'iH'':', i\'I>C (C) l.i l tie I'.ock Tod-.y (C) Let ' s M-ki- a Oc;n'l i'-.'-C (C) D,-)>'S of (Xii: Li.ves iIC (C) The. Do cL,-,i.:? >'HC (C) Anol '•..•::• for Id \ : \\C (C) Yoa Do.-.'t S:;/ Xl.C CO Ti.e MiUe Ucui;- 1 . n;, Sbcv-j (C) 1 l.ovc Lucy F-'iroop He.nlley Brtn'.c'!': Ke;>i -I. N : tlc-i.-s and <:cnt:.e,' '.'.- ;uv. t (i !)..,,(..] r,o,-.no " r. (C) ]r, nr. Jde I'i C (C) 6 : A 7 : 00 7 : 2 5 7:30 8: 0'"> 8:23 8: 30 9:00 9 : 2 :> 9:30 10:30 11:00 11:30 1:00 l:.'iO :': 00 3:00 4:30 !>: 00 6:00 6: 'SO 7: 3..i t- : 3t. WEDNESDAY t _ APRIL 10 6: JO F>M THE VIRGINIAN - C 8:00 KRAFT MUSIC HALL - C 9:00 RUN FOR YOUR LIFE - C 10:00 NEWSCOPF - (NEWS, WEATHER SPORTS ) - C 10:JO THE TONIGHT SHOW - C 1<?:00 EVENING DEVOTIONAL THUflSDAV, APRIL 11 - C C C 6:20 AM MORNING 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 8': 30 TODAY SHOW 7 C 9:00 SNAP JUDGMENT - C 9:25 NBC NEWS - C 9:30 CONCENTRATION - C 10?00 PERSONALITY - C 10:30' HOLLYWOOD SQUARES 11s00 JEOPARDY - C 11:30 EYE GUESS - C 12:00 N TV PARTYLINE - C 12:30 PM LET'S MAKE A DEAL 1:00 DAYS OF OUR LIVES 1:30 THE DOCTORS - C 2:00 ANOTHER V'ORLD - C 2:30 YOU DON'T SAY - C 3:00 THE MATCH GAME - C 3:25 LAFFALOT CLUB - C 4:30 HAVE GUN WILL TRAVEL - C 5:00 MARSHALL DILLON - B&W 5:30 HUNTLEY-RRINKLEY - C 6:00 NEWSCOPE - (NEWS, WEATHER SPORTS) - C , 6:30 PM COMEDY IS KING - C 7:30 BOR-HOPE SPECIAL - C <?:30 DRAGNET 1968 - C 9s00 THE DEAN MARTIN SHOW - C j-0:00 NEWSCOPE - (NEWS, WEATHER SPORTS) - C 10:30 THE TONIGHT SHOW - C 12:00 EVENING DEVOTIONAL KATV WEDNESDAY. APRIL 24 6:30 7:30 8:00 10:00 10:15 10:20 10:30 The Avengers - ABC (C) Dream House - ABC <C) ABC Wednesday Night Movie "WHERE LOVE HAS GONE" (C) Susan Hayward, Bette Davis Arkansas News and Weather World News (C) Bud Campbell Sports (C) Joey Bishop Show - ABC (C? THURSDAY. APRIL 25 7:30 AM 8:30 :00 :30 11:00 11:30 12:00 Noon 9: 9; :00 :30 1: 1: 1:55 2: 2: 3: 3: 5: 5: 6: :00 :30 :00 :30 :00 :30 :00 6:15 6:20 6:30 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:15 10:20 10:30 11:00 Bozo's Big Top Comics Dream House - ABC Wedding Party - ABC The Dick Cavett Show Bewitched - ABC Treasure Isle - ABC (C) The Noon Show - Live (C) Newlywed Game - ABC (C) The Baby Game - ABC (C) The Children's Doctor General Hospital - ABC Dark Shadows - ABC (C) Dating Game - ABC (C) Bozo's Big Top Comics Bob Young Evening News Truth or Consequences (C) Arkansas News and Weather World News (C) Bud Campbell Sports (C) Second Hundred Years - ABC The Flying Nun - ABC (C) Bewitched - ABC (C) That Girl - ABC (C) Peyton Place - ABC (C) Rat Patrol - ABC (C) Felony Squad - ABC (C) Arkansas News and Weather World News (C) Bud Campbell Sports (C) Arkansas Sportsman. Joey Bishop Show - HOPE (ARK) STAR, Mttd W OUstt Conodiens Gideon Gets Turkey Are Hearing Great Coup By JOE MOO3HIL Associated Press Sports Writer CHICAGO (AP) - The Mont* real Canadians are on the threshold of pulling off what could become one of the great* est coups in the annals of hockey. Their 4-2 victory over the Chicago Black Hawks gave them a 3-0 lead in the best-oM series following their four-game sweep over Boston, A victory Thursday night against the Hawks would end the current series and give them the East Division title. After that, the Canadiens face the expansion winner—St. Louis or Minnesota—for the coveted Stanley Cup and they could defeat, the expansion champions In four straight. Chances are that such an opportunity for a 12-gamo sweep will never again be presented but the Canadiens aren't thinking about It. Well, not really. "All we're doing is looking for another win here against Chicago," said Cauadien Coach Toe Blake. "Listen, those Hawks are a pretty good club and you just don't go around talking about a four-game sweep against the Black Hawks. "Certainly, we'll be trying for. four straight but four out of seven will suit mo," said Blake. Jean Beliveau, who put the Canadiens ahead at 39 seconds with an unassisted goal, aid, "The important thing is to win this series and the fourth game." The West Division final resume Thursday night at St. Louis. The best-of-7 series between St. Louis and St. Paul- Minneapolis-is tied at 1-1, WIN AT BRIDGE By Oswald and James Jacoby KSLA-TVQI2 WEDNESDAY APRIL 24 6:30 Lost In Space 7:30 Beverly Hillbillies 8:00 Green Acres 8:30 Perry Mason 9:30 Channel 12 Presents 10:00 News/Erwin 10:25 Weather/Griffin 10:30 Jonathan Winters Show 11:30 Sea Hunt 12:00 Weather/Vespers THURSDAY APRIL 25 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 11:25 CBS News/Benti 11:30 Search For Tomorrow 11':45 Guidine Light 12:00 News/Owen 12:30 As The World Turns 1:00 Love Is A Many Splendored Thing Is30 House Party 2:00 To Tell The Truth 2:25 CBS News/Edwards 2:30 Edge Of Night 3:00 Secret Storm 3:30 Gilligan's Island 4:00 Rawhide 5:00 McHale's Navy 5:30 CBS News/Cronkite 6:00 News/Owen 6:25 Weather/Bolt on 6:30 Cimarron Strip 8:00 CBS Thursday Night Movie "Love Is A Ball," Glenn Ford, Hope Lange, Charles Boyer 10:00 News/Erwin 10:25 Weather/Griffin 10:30 The Late Movie "A Life In The Balance," Ricardo Monta 1ban, Anne Bancroft 12:00 Weather/Vespers - Hope (Ark.) Star photo Al Gideon and a 17% - pound wild torn turkey he killed , Saturday In the old Southwestern Proving Ground area. Al knows what to do with his turkey - he's chef at the Town & Country restaurant. BASEBALL from Page Four Minor League Baseball Razorback Drills Are Spirited frailer Is Sufc/ect of Lawsuit Lime ROCK (AP) - A house trailer converted into an office for regular trips to Eftg* land, Lonoke, Carlisle and Brinkley has drawn Common* wealth Federal Savings and Loan Association of Little Rock into a suit by seven banks and two savings and loan associa* tions, The plaintiffs filed suit Monday in federal District Court contending that the mobile serv» ice was unnecessary and asked the court to put a permanent stop to it, Ben Scroggin, president of Commonwealth, said the serv» ice would begin Monday as planned. He said the office would be staffed by two persons and would be open the same hours as the local banks, Scroggin said customers could open new savings accounts, make deposits on existing savings accounts and make application for home loans. Commonwealth was granted a permit Feb. 27 by the Federal Home Loan Bank Board to operate a mobile facility in the four town area, A similar operation is sponsored by the Superior Federal Savings and Loan Association of Fort Smith. Magnolia loco/ Asks NAACP Aid any way ptssftte to ftftHSf^lf wOfk6rs r " a feir NORTH 2* AA V A 10 6 5 4 K54 #AJ743 WEST EAST (D) 4862 * KJ 10 5 3 VK J973 ¥ 2 * J 8 7 6 3 * A 4. Void * Q 10 8 6 5 2 SOUTH ' VQ84 • Q 1092 + K9 North-South Vulnerable West North East South 1 * Pass 1 V Pass 1 A Pass Pass Dble Pass 1 N.T. 2 • Dble 24 2 N.T. Pass 3 N.T. Pass Pass Pass Opening lead—A 8 In the bridge-o-rama match between New York and Montreal that preceded this year's Spring Nationals, Sam Gold of Montreal had a chance to distinguish himself. At the other table, the New York East had gone down two tricks at four spades doubled. Sam did not know this, but it always is a good policy to make your contracts. While Sam was thinking, Expert Commentator No. 1 said, "He can make it if he plays it right." Commentator No. 2 said, "Not if East leads the jack of spades when he gets in with the ace of diamonds." Commentator No. 3 said, "Yes, South can. All he needs is to know where all the cards are." Commentator No. 4 said, "They are well-located from the bidding. He will make it." Sam did make the hand. He did play it as if he had seen all the cards. Can you figure out his play with the cards in view? Sam won the ace of spades and led a low diamond. East was in with ace and made the best return of the spade jack. Sam rose with the queen, led his nine of diamonds and let it ride. Then he led the 10 of diamonds to dummy's king and made the key play of cashing dummy's ace of hearts. Next came a club back to the king, followed by a spade play. East cashed three spade tricks but had to concede the last two tricks to dummy's ace and jack of clubs. Sam could also have ducked the jack of spades and made his contract. We will leave it to you to work that play out. We will also leave it to you to figure out if Sam would have been able to make the hand if West had not stuck in his futile two-diamond call. FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (AP) — The Arkansas Razorbacks ran through a spirited drill here Tuesday that Frank Broyles termed "a learning day." Broyles concentrated the Porkers on goal line scrimmage and deep passing in the springtime workout. "We work on timing—not just throwing the ball and hoping the timing was right," Broyles said. "It was a little rough work." "Consistency" in passing drew praise from Broyles, but he wouldn't single out a quarterback. "They .all threw the ball deep a lot better than they did earlier," he said. Broyles said left tackle Webb Hubble, who has been out with a virus all week, probably would dress out for today's scrimmage. First to Break 2-Mile Mark SEARCY, Ark. (AP)- Harding's Jim Crawford became the first Arkansan ever to break the nine minute two-mile run with a 8:54.4 timing in a dual track meet with State College of Arkansas here Tuesday. Crawford broke his own mark of 9:00.4 set last year during the Arkansas Intercollegiate Conference meet. State College won the meet with 87 points. Harding had 59. Arkansas S. Splits Honors MEMPHIS (AP) - Arkansas State and Southeast Missouri split honors with 80 points in a triangular track meet at Memphis State University while the host came in with 16 points. ASU's Thomas Hill won three events for the Indians while teammate Bill Caputo was a double winner. Hens/ee Will Oppose State Treasurer Q—The bidding lias boon: West North East South 1 A Dble You, South, hold: ¥K J3 *KSt»5i *3i What do you do' .\ —Redouble. You have the o{ power with your 1Q LITTLE ROCK (AP)-Larry F. Henslee, 33, a Little Rock insurance agent and former banker,' a.uiounced Tuesday he would file next week as a Demo* cratic candidate for state treasurer. Henslee said he had only praise and appreciation for incumbent Nancy Hall, who has filed for re-election, but that "only the pressing needs of our Democratic party for a revitalizing of official public office can outweigh the claims of those who have served long tenures." "I believe the Democratic party and the people of Arkansas are ready for a cliange in the treasurer's office," he said. Henslee said he resigned his job as an officer for Union National Bank here last August to begin making preparations to run for treasurer. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Pacific Coast League Spokane 6, Tacoma 1 Denver 5, Indianapolis 2 Phoenix 10, Tulsa 3 Seattle 3, Vancouver 1 Okla, City 4, San Diego 1 Portland 7, Hawaii 1 International League Louisville 5, Toledo 3 Richmond 1, Rochester 1 Syracuse 4, Jacksonville 3 Only games scheduled Big Crowd of Inquest Into Shooting WEST MEMPHIS, Ark. (AP) — About 130' persons, mostly Ne- : groes, attended a coroner's inquest Tuesday into the shooting death last Thursday of a Negro boy by a West Memphis policeman. The jury of 11 white men and 11 Negroes deliberated more than an hour before deciding that Capt. C. R. Graves shot Lucious Smith, 51, in self- defense. Police Chief Charles Young said Graves shot Smith during a struggle after Smith yanked open the door of the policeman's patrol car and tried to grab his service revolver. Smith was shot in the chest and grazed on the shoulder by a bullet and Graves shot himself in the hand in the struggle, Young said. The Rev. George Moore testified that prior to the shooting he tried to talk Smith into returning to the State Hospital or Ft. Roots Hospital where he had been a patient before for mental treatment. Smith's wife told the 22-man jury that her husband had been acting strangely recently such a.5 saying he heard noises and shots when there weren't any. Smith's 17-year-old son, Saunders, who witnessed the shooting, testified that his father ran to Graves' police car. "Daddy said, 'Get out of the car,' and the man didn't move," the son said. He said his father then yanked open the patrol car door and the shooting started. Young, who suspended Graves following the shooting, said the officer would immediately be re-instated. He said Graves would remain on sick leave tor a few days, however, MAGNOLIA, Ark. (AP)- Local 332 of the International Union of Operating Engineers has asked the NAACP for support in the union's strike for higher wages from Shanhouse Sons, Inc. Albert Sanders, business representative for the union, said the locals membership was two- thirds white but "there are poor white people and poor colored people" and that "together we hope to move and get a settlement for these employes." The executive committee of the state NAACP has voiced support of "participating any G6of£6 -Bluff* a meffitef of tive board, said h% i that the union sought mnl stf* j»rt, tfe said m re<psst<rf ttse NAACP's support Ift mmm by labor probably was *te a flfsf, , , over 26ti union mefflbif'S atf involved In the stftke agaiftst the garment company. Took Courses for Cox, : Says Woman i m ^MfJ LITTLE ROCK (AP)- A state"? Welfare Department employe 1 '* testified Tuesday the former director of the department's Nur^ ing Home Division once told her they would receive $10 f6$ Jj patients they referred to one l!: nursing homn. : " m Other employes told the state' 5 ' Merit System Council that they" had taken college correspond^ ence courses for William Floy^d Cox, who is appealing his dis***? missal from the department. ^ Cox, taking the stand at the* end of the two-day hearing, de-"' 1 ' nied most of the charges arid 1 " gave explanations for others fc*- the council, which will decide^ later whether to recommend that Cox be reinstated. '^ Mrs. Owana Waddel, a de*-: partmnnt visitor who was ele- i; vated to acting director whefcfc Cox was dismissed, said Cotff 5 told her they would get $10-5'- patient from a Cato (Pulaski County) nursing home if she;! would find some "good pa> f ' tients" at the State Hospital fo'if" the home. " JC ? Cox denied the incident. ! "Mrs. Virginia Narkinsky, whV worked under Cox, said she and'' another employe had worked^ college courses for Cox. She' 1 said she did all the lessons ofiP one and that she and anothe*" employe assisted on two others, but that Cox apparently took the" final examinations. " ~ Cox said the two women typed- the answers that he had already- written for two courses. He safcP nothing of the other. ' :i ~ JUST ARRIVED SUMMER DRESSES $ 99 UP THIS GROUP OF DRESSES HAS MOTHER IN MIND! SPECIAL RACK DRESSES ONLY 00 high curd point*. TODAY'S QIESTION You redouble. West bids two clubs. North and East pass. What do you do? ,*us\yer Tomorrow Governor Is Frying fo Aid Greenwood GREENWOOD, Ark. (AP) Gov. Winthrop Rockefeller conferred Tuesday with officials of tornados-ravaged Greenwood to discuss what can be done to get die west Arkansas city of 8,000 back on its feet. The governor toured by car the wreckage left after a tornado struck Friday afternoon, cutting a wide swath through the heart of the town and claiming U lives. Rockefeller and officials met in the city library for about 30 minutes and talked about toe possibilities of obtaining federal help in rebuilding the town. mode o'dayj CORNER SECOND MAIN <^OOOO<5> ^ ••••••w S Hollis Refrigeration * • Authorized Dealer for t • Carrier Heating & Air Conditioning t • WISHES TO ANNOUNCE J I THE OPENING OF A GENERAL J Sheet Metal Shop { All new and modern equipment J Call PR7-5317 or PR7-4658 t For ail your Sheet Metal needs or stop by our Shop on Count!? Club Road. We Service What We Sell Hollis Refrigeration Service w WE HOU1S- OWNER JOE HKKEK • TOPBB *••••*•••**••••••••*•• ^ff • t w i i I i I

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