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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 4

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Ihirsdiy, M«, 30, Bfues of St. Louis Are in Good Shape By CHARLIE BAROUM Associated Press Sports Writer ST. LOUIS (AP) - Willie Mays keeps restin' and relaxin 1 while the San Francisco Giants keep a*movin' and a«groovin'« And the St. Louis Cardinals keep fading away. Mays ripped a two»run homer for the second night in a row and pushed the Giants into a l',2 -game lead in the National League with a 2*1 victory over the Cardinals Wednesday night. And Juan Marichal kept pacing the league's pitchers by posting his eighth victory against two losses. Willie has been taking a rap because he'll sit out a game ev- once in a while. And Mays doesn't cftfe What anybody says, because IPs hard to argue with his game*wiftnihg hits. "A couple of guys have eriti* fiteed me when I sat out, but I'm looking out fof myself," the 37* year-old Willie says, "And for the club, So I don't care what people say. "fm not an iron man and 1 never will be," Mays added. "When I get tired I'm dead and when you're tired and the pres« sure that comes with it, Pm just not able to do it." Mays was doing it against the Cardinals, St. Louis was ahead 1*0 on Lou Brock's firsMnning run, Then Ron Hunt doubled with one away in the third and another out later Mays sent his ninth homer of the year and 573rd lifetime deep into the left field seats. Those point*proving homers, jumped Mays into a tie for the league's home-run lead with three others. Mays Relaxes and Giants Keep Rolling ST, LOUIS (AP) - The St, Louis Blues are in great shape if they move up in the West Dl« vision of the National Hockey League as fast as Scotty Bow* man is moving up in the expan* sion club organization, Sidney Salomon Jr», chairman of the board and president of the hockey club, announced at a news conference Wednesday that Bowman is assuming the general manager duties in addi* tion to his head coaching Job. Lynn Patrick is leaving his job as general manager to become the club's managing di» rector, overseeing the team's entire operation* In a third move that complet* HOPE (MO STAR, Printed fry Offset Television Schedule • :>•< (ru/,:0 .;,-•:(;:;:.) 7:oo (n.i,;;0 FI.YI::C v^o (a H:0 p: , ':,)0 (ai.l-'O THAT CIJ'.L .'.' >:3o (aim) P:-:YTU: PUCK •' >:0o (ni.ciO cavT-cY if: AFRICA ",0:00 (roi.ci-:) :o c 1 CLOCK KEFGK .10:'JO (C'lUO -KEY PI:;KOF oHCW '''.2:00 r .;!!::•: IFF Fill DAY, MAY 31, TW. (,:U'j AM TEST PATTERN 7:00 (COLOR) BOZO'S BIG TOP SHOW R:30 DIALING FOR DOLUR3 THEATRE "No Time For Love" Fred MacMurray 10:00 (COLOR) DICK CAVCTT SHOW 11:00 B WIT CUED 11:30 (COLOR) TRKASlfRE ISLE IS: CO (COLOR) DRRAM HOUSE ^2:30. (COLOR) WEDDING PARTY ^''i'itfc'CtctbRY''' NEWLYWED'GAME : " ial ""' <! J 1:30 (COLOR) BABY GAME 1:55 (COLOR) CHILDREN'S DOCTOR 2:00 (COVOR) GENERAL HOSPITAL 2:30 (COLOR) DARK SHADOWS 3:00 (COLOR) DATING GAME 3:30 DIALING FOR DOLLARS THEATRE "Wings of the Navy" Olivia DeHavi.3land,John Payne 5:00 (COLOR) ABC NEWS : ^:30 (COLOR) 5:30 REPORT '. o:00 THE CALIFORN1AN3 6:30 (COLOR) OFF TO SEE THE WIZARD 7:30 (COLOR) MAN IK A St'ITCASE 8:30 (COLOR) GfNS OF WILL SCNKETT o ; 00 (CCLCR) Jl'DD FOR THE DEFENSE 10:00 (COLOR) 10 O'CLOCK KF.PCRT 10:30 THE BIG MOVIE "Edge of Darkness" Errcl Flvnr, Anr. Sheridan ; 12:00 (COLOR) JCEY FISHCF JHCV, 1 • 1:30 A>: SIT" i.'?F Ktal-tv THURSDAY , MAY 30 ^. 6:30 7:30 8:30 9sOO lOjOO 10(30 12:00 FRIDAY 6:20 AM 6 : 2 C J 6:45 ">: on 7:25 7: 30 8:25 8: 30 4: 00 0:25 9:30 jn : on 10:3D 1 1 : 00 11: 3n 12: 00 1 2: 30 1: 00 1:30 2 : ')0 2: in 3:20 4:30 5: 00 5:30 f, :00 DANIEL BOONE - C IRONSIDE - C DRAGNET 1968 - C DEAN MARTIN SHOW - NEWSCOPE - C TONIGHT SHOW - C EVENING DEVOTIONAL , MAY 31 MORNING DEVOTIONAL TEXARKANA COLLEGE - C R.F.D. "6" - C TODAY SHO'\' - C TODAY IN TEXARKANA - TODAV SHOW - C TODAY IN 1 SHREVEPORT TODAY SHOW - C SNAP JUDGMENT - C N'RC N'EI-'S - C CONCENTRATION - C PERSONALITY - C HOLLYWOOD SOUARES - C JEOPARDY - C EYE GUESS - f TV PARTYLINE - C (COUNTRY MUSIC) LKT'4 MAKE A PEAL - C HAYS OF OUR LIVES - C THE DOCTORS - C ANOTHER ' ORLH - c VOU DON 'T SA V - ^ LAFFALOT CLUB - C HAVE GUN, WILL TRAVEL MARSHAL DILLON HUNTLFY-HRINKLEV - C NEKSCOPE - C 6:30 TARZAN - C 7s30 STAR TREK - C 8:30 HOLLYWOOD SQUARES - C 9:00 NBC NEWS SPECIAL: "SAME MUD, SAME BLOOD"- C 10:00 NEWSCOPE - C 10130 TONIGHT SHOW - C 12:00 EVENING DEVOTIONAL KATV MAV 30 6. JO ;:00 i:30 8:00 8: JO 9:00 )0:00 10; 15 . 0; JO •_fui. . • yi ."..no K • 'jo 4 .1 M I v.: JU I , :(U) ' 1 : m j . 10 I :!>•: 1: 00 .:.10 .1.00 j:jO 5:00 S:30 6:00 h:lb fi:20 6.30 •>: JO 8:30 9:00 10:00 10:15 10:20 10:30 KSLA-TVQI2 THURSDAY MAY 30 neo uy unset ^ mm' Boyer Bangs Overhauling a City Water W«lt Homer in Traveler Win LITTLE ROCK (AP) - Left Boyer cracked a hvo*run homer in the second Inning to carry Arkansas to a 24 Texas League Victory over DalIas*Fort Worth Wednesday night. Boyer's long blast followed a single by -John SIpin. The Spurs had taken a 1-0 lead in the top of the second on two singles and a hit batsman, The Sours left the bases load* ed in the third inning and a gain in the ninth without scoring, Joe Hamende came on in relief in the ninth inning to bail winner Santiago Guzman out of Cpl, James L, Hughes, USMC, a j am< Ror i c Harrison was the loser for the Spurs, In another Texas League JAMES L, HUGHES son of Mr, and Mrs, Louie Hugh es of Saratoga, is now serving with the State Department as a ga me at Memphis, the Memphis Marine Security Guard at the U, S. Embassy in Paris, France during the preliminary Vietnam peace talks, When the talks end, Cpl. Hughes will go to the U, S, Emi bassy at Prague, Czechoslavokia for a year of duty. He completed his training April 12 at the Marine Corps Headquarters in Washington, D. C. He returned from a tour of duty in Vietnam in October, 1967. He is a graduate of Saratoga High. Second Hundred Years The Flying Nun - ABC (C; Bewitched - ABC (C) That Girl - ABC (C) Peyton Place - ABC (C) Hollywood Palace - ABC Arkansas News and Weather World News (C) Bud Campbell Sports (C) Joey Bishop Show - ABC Bozo's Bin Top Comics THIS MORNING - Live Treasure Isle - ABC Dream House - ABC The Dirk Cavett Show Bewitched - ABC THE VIC AMES SHOW - Wedding Party - ABC (C) "Nevl^yye.d .Game '- JABC' (C) "."' 'The Baby Came - 'ABC (C) The Children's Doctor •- f.eneral Hosoital - ABC Dark Shadows - ABC (C) The Dating Game - ABC Bozo's Big Top Comics Bob Young Evening News Truth or Consequences (C) Arkansas News and Weather World News (C) Bud Campbell Sports (C) Off To See The Wizard Man In A Suitcase - ABC Guns of Will Sonnett Judd for the Defense Arkansas News and Weather World News (C) Bud Campbell Sports (C) The Late Show "TOWARD THE UNKNOWN" 6:30 Cimarron Strip 8:00 CBS Thursday Night Movie "Palm Springs Weekend," Troy Donahue, Stephanie Powers 10:00 News/Erwin 10:40 Weather/Griffin 10:45 The Late Movie "Cattle Empire," Joel McCrea, Gloria Talbot 12:15 Weather/Vespers FRIDAY MAY 31 6:2 r ) 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 Lov* Of Life 11:25 CBS News/Benti 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 btuu McHale's Navy 5:30 CBS News/Cronkite 6:30 Wild, Wild West 7:30 Corner Pyle, USMC 8:00 CBS Friday Night Movie "633 Squadron," Cltff Robertson, George Chakiris 10:00 News/Erwin 10:40 Weather/Griffin 10:45 The late Movie "The Man In The Gray Flannel Suit," Gregory Peck, Jennifer Jones 12:15 Weather/Vespers ed the revamping of the club's executive operations, former Montreal great Doug Harvey, 43, was added to the Blues as player and assistant coach, The appointment of the 33- yearold Bowman to the dual role capped the meteoric rise of hockey's youngest coach. Bowman had taken over the Blues after 16 games during the 1967-68 season and the Blues still were mired in the depths of the West Division standings. The club surged to third place under him and made it into the Stanley Cups finals, where they lost a tight four-game series to the Montreal Canadiens. Cartoonist's Drawing Worth $40,000 By RALPH DIGHTON Associated Press Writer : SANTA ANA, Calif. (AP) Good grief, Snoopy! That Sor> with Camel is worth $40,000.' • That's the price a real-life; counterpart • i; of ; 'the iiriaj^hirjr plane flown by cartoonist Charles Schulz's daydreaming' canine character brought Wednesday at auction. The World War I fighter drew the top bid at a sale of 30 antique planes which realized almost $300,000. Its original price was about $8,000. Ten of the bids were in five figures, but by far the highest was that of J. W. Middendorf n, a private collector, of New York City. His telephoned-in-advance offer for the hump-backed little biplane, believed the last in repairable condition, beat out all competitors. Three planes brought $20,000: A Maurice Far man MF11 two place pusher biplane, a Fokker DVn biplane, and a Curtiss Gulfhawk biplane once owned by the late stunt flyer Al Williams. More Blues defeated Shreveport 4*2, The victory enabled the Blues to move into a tie with Shreve* port for the lead in the league's Eastern Division. Jlme Bethke was the winning pitcher for Memphis. Joe Moock hit his first home of the year for Memphis, In other league games, El Paso whipped Amarillo 9-5, and Albuquerque blanked San Antonio 1-0. Dal-FW 010 000 000-1 7 1 Arkansas 020 000 000-2 7 3 Harrison and Walters; Guzman, Hamende (8) and Stone. W—Guzman (4-3). L—Harrison (1-5). Home runs — Arkansas, Boyer. Grants Approved for Arkansas WASHINGTON (AP) - Sen. John L. McClellan announced Wednesday that the Health, Education and Welfare Department has approved three grants totaling $472,500 to the Arkansas Welfare Department for operation of work-experience and training programs in 11 counties. The allocations are $208,000 for Boone, Carroll, Madison, Marion, Newton and Searcy counties; $106,500 for Clark, Garland, Hot Spring and Saline counties, and $158,000 for Conway County. Purse Belonged to a Marshal CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - A purse stolen from the desk of a second floor office of the postof- fice and federal building Wednesday was the property of Mrs. Esther Duerksen, secre tary to U.S. Marshal John Terrell. It contained credit cards— and Mrs. Duerksen's deputy U.S. marshal .badge. Deaf h Count Starts Over the Nation By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Rain-slicked highways posed a hazard to motorists in many parts of the country today as thousands filled the nation's roadways on this first full day of the extended Memorial Day weekend. The National Safety Council estimated in advance that between 625 and 725 Americans may lose their lives in traffic accidents in the period from 6 p.m. Wednesday to midnight Mandate Asked on Hearing to Oust G&F — Hope Star photo • Hope Water and Electric Departments cooperating to overhaul one of the City wells. The pump at Pond and Washington was pulled and completely r§- built. Crews are shown reinstalling the equipment. Singer Drafted, Satire Canceled DETROIT (AP) - A'sched- LITTLE ROCK (AP) - Gov. Winthrop Rockefeller's attorney asked the Arkansas Supreme Court Wednesday for an immediate mandate to allow the governor to proceed with u! ed performance Tuesday, of an i.his...ouster^bearings IDE some ..amateur* anttaa¥* <3 siifridMfe- - state "GaHtei and^Fish*&>rflttfis- f »rS^' w C^sli'f^ { ^rft < Z. <Jl waP» . cA CL| xjyozou dm tu JU Ui" *• <*1 • sioners. . •>• was canceled. Sponsors said the »x SFSiSni — u - s - ^ "^^ > ie -^ T. L. MCJUNKINS MAGNOLIA- Thomas Leo Me- Junkins, son of Mr. and Mrs. ruled could hold the hearings. Rockefeller has said he has evidence of misconduct in office by some commissioners, whom he hasn't identified. Under normal court procedure the attorneys for the commissioners are allowed 17 days from the date of the decision to ask the court to reconsider the decision. The governor's attorneys said the case was of a great public interest and early disposition of the issues were important. The high court adjourns early next month and will be in summer recess when the July 15 rehar- male singer and forced to call off th Sunday. The toll climbed slowly and ing deadline expiresT reached 13 in the early hours of Heartsill Ragon, Courtney the weekend. Cn a recent four- Crouch and another person to day nonholiday weekend, a sur- be named will be the hearing Daniel McJunkins of Saratoga and _.. .. than 500 persons- Air senior business major, received vey showed, 488 persons died in officers for the governor. Force officers, aircraft and auto his Bachelor of Business Admin- traffic accidents, enthusiasts istration degree May 24 at commencement services held in the they 'were production. Graduates But Hot in School KANSAS CITY (AP) - James F. Haley received his graduation certificate from RusJcln High School without ever spending a day in class. The youth, a victim of acute hemophilia, did his classwork through a telephone communication system between his home and school. j He finished with a scholastic rating of 13th among 540 seniors. > Antarctica is the highest oi all the world's continents, ac;cording to the Encyclopaedia Britannica. -; designers, flying and private collectors—attended the auction in the movieland museum of the air at Orange County airport. The planes were part of a collection assembled by two movie stunt pilots, Frank Tallman and the late Paul Mantz, They were sold last year to two Nebraska firms, Rosen-Novak Auto Co. of Omaha and Morrison-Quirk Grain Co. of Hastings. No Legal Way, Says Purcell LITTLE ROCK (AP)- Atty, Gen. Joe Purcell said Tuesday there was not a legal way to place the question of legalizing the sale of mixed drinks on party primary ballots. The opinion went to Rep, Worth Camp Jr. of El Dorado who waqted the returns from the primaries to serve as a guide for the 1969 legislature, Purcell advised Camp that in his opinion the only sound legal approach would be legiala. tion, Camp had introduced a resolution urging the Democratic and Republican parties to place the question on their primary ballots, Camp also has intro» duced a bill to get the question on the ballots, Pirate's Aid Jean Laffite, the legendary privatetr and smuggler, was offered $30.000 by the British Royal Navy to help them capture New Orleans during the War of 1812. Instead, he ul- iered aid to Gen. Andrew Jackson and helped successfully defend the port. Southern State College gymnasium. A record crowd of more than 3,000 persons heard a talk by Governor Winthrop Rockefeller, candidates were recommended by Dr. Lowell Logan, academic dean, and degrees were conferred by President Imon E. Bruce. McJunkins is a graduate of Saratoga High School and is married to the former Angela Stewart of Nashville, At Southern State he was a member of Tri C, civic and commerce club, and specialized in accounting. Although Memorial Day has become known as the first holiday of the warm season, cool weather clung to many areas of the country and, along with the rain, had an additional hampering effect on outdoor activities. A final traffic toll at the lower end of the safety council estimate still would top the record of 608 for any Memorial Day observance. The record was set during a four-day holiday last year. The highest toll in traffic for any warm weather holiday was set during a four-day observance of Independence Day in 1967 when732 died, BE SURE YOUR PREFIX IS • It* t HUlllllHtllltllUIIHIIIUf i HELP WANTED The Nekoosa - Edwards Paper Company is now buying Pujpwood from the Hope area, There is a need for: , Truck Drivers , Cutters , Laborers to load trucks This is an opportunity for you to increase your income. This will be a 5*day a week job the year 'round. We also need truck owners to contract to haul wood to the mill. at: For further information, please contact Ansley Gilbert G & S MFG. CO. Day Phone: PR7-67I4 - Nights, PR7-2427 That way you can be sure you are doing business with *•• § NATlOtm MEMBtR fO THE Qf HOI?! MQR§

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