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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 4

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<**«&», M* M, 1966 Memphis Open Tournament 4 By BILL JOHNSON MEMPHIS, fenn, (AP) - If Gary Player is any kind of prog* nost!6ator at all, the galleries should be in for some fine golf during the Memphis Open this week, Player, fresh from a tie for fifth in the Colonial Invitational in Houston, toured the par 34-30- 70 Memphis Colonial Country Club course Tuesday with a twoHinder-par practice round of 68, "1 think the scores are going to be fantastic," the muscular South African said. "The ground is very hard and the ball will roll. I think somebody will shoot a 63 sometime during the tour* namont," A 63 really isn't anything new for the 10-year-old Open, It's been done 10 times in the pro play. Play In the llth annual opsn, a $100,000 affair with $20,000 a $100,000 affair with $20,OC going to the winner, begins over the 6,500-yard course Thursday morning, Player, who lost playoffs for the Memphis Open pot of gold in 1959 and 1962, says he is in a good framo of mind for this year's competition, Player shares the distinction with Gene Littler with being in two Memphis Open playoffs and losing them both. Neither has collected the top money here in any Open, Everton Wins LONDON (AP) - Everton defeated Fulham 5-1 in an English First Division soccer game Tuesday night. Took the Mets 34 Innings to Get Run By JACK HAND Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK (AP) - It took the New York Mets 34 extra in* nings before they finally scored a run in overtime this year but how sweet it was. the Mets finally broke through in the 17th inning Tues« day to beat Pittsburgh 4«3 on an unearned run at that, In four previous marathons they had lost to Houston In 24, Atlanta in 16, and St. Louis and Philadelphia in 11 without scoring once in extra innings. Pirate manager Larry Shepard's strategy backfired in the 17th at Shea Stadium when he changed pitchers and second basemen at the same time with Television Schedule ***** WEDNESDAY. MAY 22 5:30(Color) 5; 30 REPORT 6:00 CALIFORNIA NS 6:30(Color) ABC SPECIAL "The Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau" 7:30(Color) DREAM HOUSE 8:00(Color) WEDNESDAY MOVIE "Prince of Players" Richard Burton,Raymond Massey 10:00(Color) 10 O'CLOCK REPORT 10:30 BIG MOVIE "Of Mice and Men" 12:30 AM SINE OKF THURSDAY, MAY 23 , 1%3 (•>:U; AM TRJT PATTERN 7:00 (COLOk) BOZO'.': BIG TOP SHOW «:30 DIALING FOH DOLLARS THEATRE "Dust Be My Destiny" John Garfield, Priseilla Lane 10:00 (CGLOU) DICK CAVETT SHOW 11:30 (COLOR) 12:00 (COLOR) 12:30 (COLOR) 1:00 (COLOR) 1:30 (COLOR) 1:55 (COLCR) 2:00 (COLOR) 2:30 (COLOR) 3:00 (COLOR) 3:30 5:00 (COLOR) 5:30 (COI.CK) •o:00 6:30 (COLOR) 7:00 (COLOR) 7:30 (COLOR) s % :00 (COLOR) 8:30 (COLOR) ^:00 (COLOiO 10:00 (COLOR) 10:30 (COLOR) 12:00 K TREASURE ISLE DHKAM HOU3E WEDDING PARTY NKWLYWED GAME RAPY GAME CHILDREN'S DOCTOR GENERAI HOSPITAL DARK SHADOWS DATING GAME DIALING FOR DOLLARS THEATRE "Miss Suzie Slagle's" Veror.Jce Lake,Sonny Tufts ABC NEWS 5:30 REPORT viiia: PACIFIC SECOND HL'KDRED YEARS FLY KG NUN BEWITCHED THAT GIRL PEm.N' PLACE COWBOY IN AFRICA 10 O'CLOCK REPORT JCEY PISHOP SINK CKF WEDNESDAY , MAY 22 6:30 8)00 9:00 IQjOO 10:30 12:00 THE VIRGINIAN - C KRAFT MUSIC HALL - C RUN FOR YOUR LIFE - C NEWSCOPE - C THE TO % !IGHT SHOW -- C EVENING DEVOTIONAL THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1968 6?20 AM MORNING DEVOTIONAL 6:25 TEXARKANA COLLEGE - C 6:45 RFD "6" - 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 - C 9:25 NMC NEWS - C 9:30 CONCENTRATION - C 10:00 PERSONALITY - C 10:30 HOLLYWOOD SQUARES - C 11:00 JEOPARDY - C 11J30 EYE GUESS - C 12:00 TV PARTYLINE (COUNTRY MUSIC) 12s30 LET'S MAKE A DEAL - C 1:00 DAYS OF OUR LIVES - C 1:30 THE DOCTORS - C 2i00 ANOTHER WORLD - C 2:30 YOU DON'T SAY - C 3:25 LAFFALOT CLUH - C 4i30 HAVE GUN, WILL TRAVEL - C 5:00 MARSHAL DILLON 5i30 HUNTLEY-BRINKLEY REPOBT-C 6*00 NEWSCOPE - C 6:30 PM DANIEL ROONE - C 7:30 IRONSIDE - C 8s30 SPORTS AWARD PAYpUET 9:00 DEAN MARTIN SI.'O'' 1 - C 10:00 NEWSCOPE - C 10:30 TONIGHT SHOW - C 12:00 EVENING DEVOTIONAL - C KATV 6:30 7:30 8:00 10:00 10:15 10:20 10:30 3:00 8:30 0:00 1-30 il:00 11:30 12:^0 1:00 :30 :55 :00 :30 :00 :30 :00 :30 :00 6:15 6:20 6:30 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 10:00 10:15 10:20 10:30 WEDNESDAY. MAY 22 THE UNDERSEAS WORLD OF JACQUES YVES COUSTEAU - "SHARKS" Dream House - ABC (C) ABC Wednesday Night Movie "OF MICE AND MEN" (C) George Segal Nlcol Williamson Arkansas News and Weather World News (C) Bud Campbell Sports (C) Joey Bishop Show - ABC (C) THURSDAY. MAY 23 Bozo's Big Top Comics (C) THIS MORNING - Live (C) W.inted Dead or Alive Dream House - ABC (New time) The Dick Cavett Show - ABC (Cl Bewitched - ABC THE VIC AMES SHOW - LIVE (C) Wedding Party - ABC (C) Newlywed Game - ABC (C) The Baby Game - ABC (C) The Children's Doctor - ABC General Hospital - ABC (C) Dark Shadows - ABC (C) The Dating Game - ABC (C) Bozo's Big Tof Comics - Live Bob Young Evei.ing News - ABC Truth or Consequences (C) Arkansas News and Weather (C) 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) Hollywood Palace - ABC (C) Arkansas News and Weather World News (C) Bud Campbell Sports (C) Joey Bishop Show - ABC (C) KSLA-TVSI2 WEDNESDAY MAY 22 6:30 Tost In Space 7:30 Beverly Hillbillies 8:00 Green Acres 8:30 Perry Mason 9:30 Family Affair 10:00 News/Erwin 10:40 Weather/Griffin 10:45 Dom DeLuise Show 11:45 Sea Hunt 12:15 Weather/Vespers THURSDAY MAY 23 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/Beiiti 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 Splendored Thing 1:30 House Party 2:00 To Tell The Truth 2:25 CBS News/Edwards 2:30 Edge Of Night 3:00 Secret Storm 3:30 The Early Show (see titles below) 5:00 McHale's Navy 5:30 CBS News/Cronkite 6:00 News/Owen 6:25 Weather/Bolton 6:30 Cimarron Strip 8:00 CBS Thursday Night Movie "The Money Trap," Glenn Ford, Elke Sommer 10:00 News/Erwin 10:40 Weather/Griffin 10:45 The Late Movie "Jvimp into Hell," Jack Senias, Kurt Kaszner 12:15 Weather/Vespers HOPS (ARK) STAR, a man on second and one out,' Tommie Agee, who hit a two* run homer in the second but struck out four times, operied the 17th with a single to center, Jerry Buchek sacrificed. Then the Pirate manager made his move. He brought in Elroy Face to pitch to Bud Mar* relson and also replaced Bill Mazeroski at second with Chuck Hiller, an ex-Met. By juggling his batting order, he thus planned to have Hiller bat in the ninth position—he would have been up third in the 18th that never came, Face got Harrelson out, but Dave Boswell singled between first and second on a 3-2 pitch and Hiller threw the ball away past first, permitting the winning run to score. "My throw led Face too much," said Hiller in the Pirate clubhouse. "It was just a lousy throw." Shepard explained his move by saying, "I wanted a man (not a pitcher) batting in the ninth spot." Thinks Little of Records of Endurance By JOE MOOSHIL Associated Press Sports Writer CHICAGO (AP) - Manager Leo Durocher doesn't think much of endurance records but he's going to see to it that Chicago Cub outfielder Billy Williams cracks a few more in his career. Williams had just played in his 695th consecutive game, breaking the previous mark of 694 for a National League outfielder held by Richie Ashburn' of Philadelphia. Durocher was sitting in his club room, chatting with comedian Jack Benny following Tuesday's 6-5 victory over the Phillies. "What's next for Williams?" roared Durocher. Told that Ernie Banks holds, the Cub record of 717, Leo shot back "He'll break that. What then?" Told Stan Musial holds the National League mark of 895 at any position, Leo shouted "He'll break that. Then What?" Told that Lou Gehrig holds. the major league mark of 2,130, Leo said "forget it" and then turned to Benny and said "<feck, you could take 'em all to the bank and not get a dim'e." " • '.: "He could," retorted a report- ., er and Benny, delighted at the ' reference to his thrift image, broke up. Weather Experiment Station report for 24. hours ending at 7 a.m. Wednesday, High 71, Low 55. Forecast ARKANSAS- Cloudy to partly cloudy through Thursday "' with somewhat warmer tern- peratures most sections. -Scat- I" tered showers and a few thunderstorms today, mostly west and north portions and over *•*• much of the state tonight and Thursday. High today 70s to low 80s. Low tonight mid 50s to low ' 60s. Weather Elsewhere By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Albany, clear 69 39 Albuquerque, clear 88 50 Atlanta, clear 72 51 Bismarck, cloudy C6 40 Boise, clear 69 39 Boston, clear 67 51 Buffalo, clear 59 42 Chicago, clear 67 46 Cincinnati, cloudy 67 43 Cleveland, cloudy 62 43 Denver, cloudy 79 47 Des Moines, cloudy 66 44 Detroit, clear 68 43 Fairbanks, rain 57 39 Dort Worth, cloudy 79 71 Helena, rain 63 44 Honolulu, cloudy 88 77 Indianapolis, clear 68 45 Jacksonville, clear 84 59 Juneau, clear 52 45 Kansas City, 70 56 Los Angeles, clear 71 58 Louisville, clear 68 45 Memphis, cloudy 73 60 Miami, cloudy 83 76 Milwaukee, cloudy 62 45 Mpls.-St, P., clear 67 50 New Orleans, clear 83 57 New York, clear 70 51 Okla. City, cloudy 56 55 Omaha, cloudy 67 48 Philadelphia, clear 69 46 Phoenix, clear 100 68 Pittsburgh, clear 61 39 Ptlnd., Me cloudy 60 45 Ptlud, Ore., cloudy 65 51 Rapid City, rain 70 49 Richmond, clear 74 45 St. Louis, cloudy 71 45 Salt Uk. City, cloudy 75 43 San Diego, clear 70 Gl San Fran.^ cloudy 02 45 Seattle, cloudy 64 52 Tampa, cloudy 84 69 Washington, clear 70 48 Winnipeg' cloudy 64 37 Prtnttf By Offset Wins Litter Priie - Hope Star photo LETISH MAULDIN First Prize winner in the Litter Bug campaign poster contest from Shover Street Elementary school is 5th grader Letish Mauldin. Second prize winner was Vivian Ellis of the first grade and third prize winner was 4th grader Cynthia Weston. Honorable Mention winners: Denise Rogers, Hershel Armstrong, Freddy Johnson, Janet Patterson, Patricia Ann Phillips, Brenda Weston, Gaven Walton, Debra Collins and Frank Cole. The Litter Bug campaign is being sponsored by the Hope Council of Garden Clubs and the Hope Chamber of Commerce. Winning posters have been put in Hope merchant's windows and will remain there through the campaign this week. The Negro Community By Ester Hicks Phone PR?*46?8 or 44?4 f MoUC-HT FOR THE DAY On the soft bed of luxufy most kingdoms have exp{fed,»V6ung said it, CALENDAR OF EVENTS the Hope Chapter of the NAACP will meet at See Bee Memorial C,M,E, Church fhurs* day night May 23rd, at 7-.30, All members and interested persons are Invited to attend, On Sunday night May 25th, the Chapter will sponsor a program, featuring the Spiritual Harmoni- zers of Ashdown, Arkansas, at BeeBee at 7:30. You are also invited to attend this program, COMING AND GOING Lt, Col, and Mrs, Reno Bonomo will spend the week end with her mother, Mrs, Thelma S. Moore, He has an assignment to the Pentagon In Washington as of June 1st. The Greenwood Spiritual singers of Magnolia, Arkansas Will sing at Bethel A.M.E. Church Sunday night May 25th, at 7:30. This program is being sponsored by Mrs. Georgia Collins. The public is invited to attend, EHC MEETS The Union Extension Homemakers Club held Its monthly meeting In the home of Mrs, Ned Brunson on May 14, with the president, Mrs. Henry Madison presiding. The eye-opener, "a cleaning basket" was presented by Mrs. Brunson; the lesson, "tender loving care of furniture" was brought by Mrs. A. T. Denham, agent; Mrs. Eddie Mae Walden discussed "family life highlights" - four points of the homemaker's compass; Mrs. Henry Baker, vice-president opened the meeting with a song, and Mrs. I. B. Hendrix conducted devotion; thought for the month, "if you can't have the best of everything, make the best of everything you have."; a poem, "Where is God"? was recited by Mrs. Henry Baker; recreation leader, Mrs. Johnnie Hendrix conducted singing and games; the hostess served re- MRS, CAROLYN AtKffiSON '• Mrs. Carolyn Atkinson, Arkan* sas State Board of Health Nutri* tlonist, will visit the Hempstead County Health Department oft May 24th, At,ij30p.tn, Mrs, Atkinson *Ui lecture to those present on the following nutrl* tional aspects, • • ' t> 1. A definition of protein, carbohydrates, fats, vitamins, and minerals, She will give the relationship of the basic foue' food groups to the six exchange lists, 2. The exchange lists wlij be explained as to their use fy individual diet orders. :;. 3. Consideration will be given to the buying of foods and platu£ ing menus for the whole family when one member of the familj is a diabetic, Each diabetic attending this lecture will be given a free dia« betic cook book. !* *4* Staples Leading * SWC Hitter * COLLEGE STATION, Tex£ (AP) - Catcher Joe Staples, of Texas A&M, the Southwest Conference's leading hitter wttti a .391 average, has signed » contract with the Cleveland Indians of the American League^ it was announced Tuesday. .; freshments; roll call was an 1 - swered with, "a mistake f made in caring for my furniture". Two children wer£ guests, and five members wer& present. *r The next meeting will be held 1 in the home of Mrs. Henry Madison June 11, 1968. Mrs. Johni" nie Hendrix, Reporter. i?1 Own your own eagle ...and get a Gaslite to go under it. CORONET II (White or black) (with new slip-out panes!) EMBASSY (White or black) RIVIERA (Black only) MONTCLAIR (Our only copper light!) Golden eagles glisten atop these four Gaslites, alt popular members of the member Gaslite family. Prices start at $41 for the Coronet II, go slowly upward: $42 for the Embassy, $49 for the Riviera, and the big, new 3-mantle, copper Montclair flies onto your lawn at $138. Most everybody buys 'em by the month, though: like $2.54 per month for the Coronet II, up to $8.46 for the Montclair. (Payments vary with local taxes,) MAY IS GASLITE/QASGRILL MONTH: GET 10% OFF when you buy a Gaslite and a Gasgrill, the perfect family outdoor cooker, and have them installed together. NQ down payment, BUY YOUR OWN EAGLE-TOP 6ASUTE, or one e f 6 models, and a Gasgrill now, from any Arkla employee, * In outdoor lighting and cooking/ Toddy it's ARKANSAS LOUISIANA GAS COMPANY lit •if. •ri* **• *V* --.as

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