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Channel 4, NBC Channel* 5-18, CBS Channel 9, ABO Friday Medicare Shortcomings Here is an interesting piece of arithmetic. The figures are very rough for simplicity's sake, but they carry their point. According to the Senate committee which yesterday reported favorably a bill to implement the Kerr-Mills medical assistance program in Kansas, the cost would be just under $2 million a year. That's total cost — federal, state and local. That's $1 per capita, about $3.50 per family, per year. That's what it would cost to give hospital medical protection to those over 65 who need it and who can't afford it or are otherwise covered. President Kennedy's medicare proposal, financed through Social Security, would start at $26 per year per covered worker—$13 additional tax on the worker's salary, $13 on his employer. Almost everyone who works for wages and most self-employed in the United States are now covered by Social Security. And in view of the millions of cases This And That by jph in which both man and wife of the same family work in covered employment, it is probably safe to say that the number of covered workers is at least equal to the number of families in the United States. So there you have it. Kerr-Mills medical assistance will cost around $3.50 per family. Social Security medicare will cost $26 per family to begin with and heaven only knows how much more later on. Kerr-Mills assistance covers every citizen who needs it and is not otherwise covered. Medicare covers onlv those who are entitled to Social Securitv benefits, ignoring the needs of hundreds of thousands who attained 65 before Social Security became so nearly universal. Kerr-Mills assistance does not cover the 75 per cent of old people who are financially able to take care of their own medical problems. Medicare does, and that is precisely why it costs 7V 2 tunes as much. — lola Register. Television Log 8 tO* U— Huckleberry •out* 0— Torey and Friend* 8:18 5— Whirlyblrd* 6:80 4— Drain**. 0— Rebel 13— Chamber of Commerce 8:46 6— Walter Cronktto 13-flport* tie* 13— Weather 0:00 4-6-13-New* O-NIW* ouo 4— Sport* 8-9— Weather OilO 4— News, Hunti*y-Brlnkl*y 8— Sport* 9— New* 13— New* 0:»5 5— Spear-Op •130 4— Who Goes There 8-13— Rawhide 9 — Five Finger* i>39 4-Slng Along With Mitch * — FUntstones 5-13— Route 00 4:09 •—I'm Dickens . . Re's Flatter 4— Death Valley Day* 5— Alfred Hitchcock 9—77 Sunset Strip 13— Story of a Matador • :0* 4 — Jack Paar 13—0. E. True *:30 6-13 — Bye Witness 0— M Squad Iraq Will Catch Up JPH BEIRUT — At almost exactly the same time my plane was drifting down for a landing in Lebanon, a successful revolution was coming to a successful conclusion in Iraq, next door. As I was ordering my luncheon the following day, so I later learned, Abdel Karim Kassem, "The Tyrant" as Baghdad radio described him, was being executed along with three of his aides. That evening views of the bodies were shown on Baghdad television for the delectation of those not fortunate enough to have been on the scene. By the second morning following, everything . had returned to normal order in Iraq. It had been no revolution at all so far as popular participation was concerned. . It was only a coup d'etat in which one clique of army officers had deposed another. The consequence will only be a government more friendly to Nasser and Egypt and slightly less aggressive toward Kuwait One that not inconceivably will apply for inclusion in the United Arab Republic. It can be said that the late Gen. Kassem asked for it. He may have had a picturesque regime, but he had ruled as an ironhanded dictator since he wrested power 4% years ago. Two years ago he was the subject of an assassination attempt. Now he had got it. And there is no occasion to predict a happier fate for his successor, Abdel Salam Aref. He owes his present authority to bullets and not ballots. With his usual exquisite choice of words, the British foreign office spokesman had this to say of these recent developments in Iraq: "Any revolution in this area is apt to upset the precarious To Your Good Health balance of the peace." And so it is. The whole of the Middle East is not sitting on a keg of dynamite. It is balanced on the edge of a sword. The new government of Iraq still is confronted with the revolution Kurdish tribesmen have been waging for the past 18 months. The king of Iran, who sincerely is trying to modernize his country, is threatened by counter-revolution. To say the government of Syria is unstable is a gross under statement. Jordan is an implausible nation which is a re- lique of British diplomacy between the two World Wars and which depends on American aid for its existence. The revolution continues in Yemen. There are disturbing forces in all the oil-rich sldekdoms from Kuwait down through Saudi Arabia. Anything can happen and probably will. There are so many conflicting interests. The desire for Arab union on the one hand and the fierce nationalism of some of the preset states on the other. Military juntas. The many pressures exercised by the western world's oil cartel. Nasser. Opportunistic politicians. Communist jackals. The natural determination of those with high stakes in the status quo to preserve their advantages. Those elements are controlling for the present, but in historic perspective they will prove superficial. Ever so gradually the Arab masses are becoming conscious of their misery and their exploitation. They are growing aware of what other people either enjoy or are fighting for. This realization ultimately will lead to action. Finally they will force themselves out of the feudal age several centuries after most of the remainder of the world. 4-5-»-i:i—News 19:1* 8-9—Weather 19:18 4—Johnny Carson 8—Movie, 9—Steve Allen 13—Weather 10:10 4-1J—Sport* 19:39 13—Lifeline 10:88 13—Alfred mtchoek 11:SS 13—Movie, * 11:48 ^9—Man From Chochlie U:no MldniiM 4—New* 11:08 4—Unity Dally Word 1*:15 9—New* U:SO 9—Almanae Newsreel U:SS 8—Speak up 9—Faith For Our Tlrae* til—Jackie 01ea*OB 1:3* . • ' ; 6-13—Defender* 9—Mr. Smith 6:00 - -. • 4—Movie, "Root of Heaven" 9—Lawrence W*lk 8:39 8-13—BAT* Oar*, WUI Tr*?*l *-13-Ounsmoko 9—Boeing 0:45 9—Make That Span 10:00 M—New*. Weather 13—News, Weather, •potto 10:18 8—Movie, "Wells Fargo" 0—Movie, "House of Was" 10:30 13—Naked City 10:45 4—Movie, "Pandora and the Flying Dutchman" 11:80 13—Movie, "Bombardier" 11:45 9—Movie, "Sea Devil" 15:25 6—Movie, "Drive a Crooked Road" U:30 9—Almanac Newsreel U:S5 0—Faith of Our Time*. Art Linkletter OTTAWA HERALD Friday, March 1, J9G3 11:40 8—Movie, "Where There'* Lit*" Saturday 8:88 6— Moment *t UedltatleB 1:00 •V— PATIR Report 1:80 4— Town sad Country 8— Postmark Uld-AmertM t:tt _ 5-One-way to *)atety '•—Call to Worship 1:58 9— News 8:«8 4— Bleep and Sam 8-13— Captain tTangare* 9 — Farm Hour 8:3* 4— Junior Auction 9— Felix The Cat 9:00 4—Sftart Lewi* 8-lJ-Alvln 9— Bugs Bunny 0:30 4— Kin*; Leonardo 6-13— Mighty HOUM 9— Supercar 10:00 4— Fury 8— Eta Tin Tin 13— Bin Tin Tin 9— Torey and Friend* 4— Men Into Space 8— Boy Rogers 13— Junior Auction 1:09 4— Jeffs Collie S-U—Bky King Mumps Can Cause Sterility Molnet By DR. JOSEPH G. MOLNER Dear Dr. Molner: Can mumps cause sterility? Can anything be done for such cases?—MRS. M. C. Yes, mumps can sometimes cause sterility. Once it has happened, nothing can be done about it. So naturally it's wise to know enough about mumps to avoid any such serious result. Most of us have mumps somewhere between the ages of seven and 15. Children tolerate the disease fairly well; adults, on the other hand, may be mighty sick from it. Oh, I've known of light adult cases, but that's mostly good luck. In general the adult is sicker and has a much higher risk of complications, such as the inflammation "going down" and damaging the testes. This is the phase of mumps which can cause sterility. But let's keep in mind that it can happen in children, too. Not as often, but it can, and that is why, although mumps is a common childhood disease, it should be taken seriously. Bed rest is the most important single aspect of treatment. Let a youngster with mumps go gallivanting around, getting himself overtired, and perhaps chilled, and you are inviting trouble. Other areas to which the infection can spread include the breast, ovaries, pancreas and lining of the brain. Middle ear infection can also occur. The disease itself is caused by a virus — one of many for which we have no preventive. However, the severity and duration can be lessened by giving mumps convalescent serum at the time of exposure or in the first week of the disease. Many adults don't remember whether thev had mumps as children. For such young adults, if • case of mumps crops up, it is advisable to have a skin test which will disclose whether they are immune — meaning that they have had it. Steriity can result only if both testes have been involved. If one remains healthy, fertility will continue. Other virus infections — measles, flu, etc.— may also cause infUmation of the testes, sometimes with serious consequences. Dear Dr. Molner: I know a girl who says she is «»• her mother is making her take "shots" to terminate it Are there "shots" that can do this?—A.C.C. No, there aren't. Dear Dr. Molner: In writing about "C.M.'s" kidney stones, you suggested using foods high in oxalates rarely or sparingly. What foods should be avoided? My urologist has stressed the necessity of keeping the urine dilute, as you did, and also has told me to cut down on calcium. — P.M.W. Foods rich in oxalates are certain greens such chocolate products, and tea. These can be lefl as spinach and endive, figs, plums, strawberries, out of a diet without great hardship. Cereals and meats contain a little oxalate but hardly enough to be of concern. Some stones consist of calcium oxalate and in that case restriction of items too high in calcium makes sense. But for any kind of stone, dilution- drinking lots of water — is a must. Dear Dr. Molner: I have developed the old habit of crunching a glass full of ice cubes. Recently a friend told me he knew of a woman who did this and died of cancer of the throat. I have never hat any health trouble, but this worries me.—Mrs K.G. Just another scare story. I know of nothing to support your friend's dreary "warning." What are ulcers? How should they be treated' What can you do to help rid yourself of ulcers am stay rid of them? For answers, read Dr. Molnera helpful booklet, How To Heal Peptic Ulcers and Keep Them Healed. For your copy write to Dr Molner, Box 158, Dundee, 111., enclosing a long self-addressed, stamped envelope and 20 cents in coin to cover cost of printing and handling. Prayer For Today He that is greatest among you shall be your servant. (Matthew 23:11.) PRAYER: Our Father, we thank Thee for th peace granted us when we humble ourselves before Thee in penitence. Help us to cast out our hatreds, resentments, and prejudices that we ma; become Thy servants in helping to spread peac on earth. For Jesus' sake we ask these things Amen. 4— Exploring 8-13— Beading Boom 9— Beany and Cecil U:09 5— Movie. "Last Hurrah" 9— Movie, "Bowery Bombshell*' 13— New* IStSO 4— Categories 13— Bock Springs Ranch 1:00 4— Movie, "Dimples'* 13— Big Picture :80 «-13-Challenge OoV 1:89 - 4- Sport* International 8— Championship Bowling 8— Wide World of Sport* 13— Pro Bowler*' Tour 8:30 5— Sport* Spectacular 4— Bowling 9— Phil Silver* 13— Week In Bevlew 4:15 13— Kansas Afield 4:80 4— Bull winkle 9— Aquanauts 13— Amateur Hour 8:00 4— McKeever * Colonel 6— Password 13— Serenader* 8:80 4— Two Faces West 8— Bowling 9— Checkmate U— Tour Question Pleas* 8:48 13— New* 0:0* 4_News 8— News, Weather 13— Sportsman Friend 0:tS 4_Comment 8— Speak Op 0:80 4— Sam Benedict . 0— Gallant Men Sunday 7:80 9^-CaD to Worship 9—Almanae Newsreel •to* 8—Light Time 9—Oosepl Favorite* 13-Oral Robert* 8:15 5—Davey and Goliath 8:80 4—Sacred Bean 8—Christopher* 13—Oospei Favorite* 8:48 4—Chrostopher* 9:0* 4— Industry on Parade 8—Lamp Unto My Feet 9—Silent Service 9:18 4—American* at Work 9:3* 4—Faith For Today 6.13—Look Up and Live 9—Alakaiam 10:09 4—Frontiers of Faith 8-13—Camera Three 9-My Friend FUcka 10:80 4—Bible Answer* 6—Inquiry 9—Wonderama 13—This I* The Life 10:48 8—April 18—Tax Tip 11:00 4—This I* the Life 8—Profile 13—Church Service 11:SO 4—Insight 8-13—Washington Report 9—Movie, "Lion and the Horse'* U:00 Nora 4—All-Star Oolf 8—Championship Bridge 13—Challenge Oolf 13:30 6—Lone Ranger 1:00 4—Kansas City Hour 8—Movie, "Wells Fargo'' 9—Open End 13—Championship bridge 1'SO 13-Sport* Spectacular t:00 4—Movie, "Pandora and the Flying Dutchman" 8:08 6—Candidate For Council 9—Yours For The Asking 13—Oreat Challenge 8:18 5—Political Talk 8:80 5—Political Talk 9—Alumni fun 3:48 6—Political Talk 4:00 4—Science Series 8—Amateur Hour 9—Major Adam* 13—Film Feature 4:30 6-13 — O-K College Bowl 6:00 4—Meet the Press 9—Wyatt Earp 6-13—Twentieth Century 6:30 4—Shannon 8—News, Weather 9—Rlverboat 13—Password 6:45 6—Hot Stove Leagu* 6:68 8—Speak Up *4—Mew*, weather, (port* 6-13—Lassie •:26 4—Comment 9:3* 4—Walt Olaney 8-13—Dennis The Menace 9—Jetsons (Cartoon*) t:99 6-13—Ed BUlvan 9—Movie. "Tiger Bay** 1(89 4-Car M 8:09 4-13—Bonanw 8—Real MoCoy* 8:3* 6—O. 85. True 9:09 4—New* Special 6-13—Candid Camera 9—Vole* el rtreston* 9:39 8-13—What's Uy Lin* 9—Movie, "They Cam* to Cordura" 19:0* 4-8-13—N*W* 19(18 4—Movie, "Odd* Against Tomorrow" 6—Third Kan 13-News. Weathet 19:3* 13—Changing Time* 19:48 8—Movie, "The Harder They Fell" 13—All Star Wrestling 11:80 9—Movie. "None But The Lonely Heart." 11:48 13—Movie, "Johnny Angel*' 1:0* 9-N*W* 1:10 9—Almana* Newsreel 1:18 9—Faith lot Our Time* TO WED DESI — Desi Amu stid he will celebrate Us ttth birthday March 2 by marrying vivacious redhead, Mrs. Edith flinch, above. Deri said wed* ding wOI take place in Las Vegas, Nev. Mrs. Hindi returned late Feb. 27 from Juarei, Mexico, where she obtained Mexican divorce from Clement Hindi, millionaire sportsman. Doing All Right Tonight's TV Highlights A special, "Who Goes There," will be seen on Channel 4, at 6:30, moving International Show- time off the screen. The special deals with Communism, the title of this particular program being "A Primer on Communism." On the Flintstone program, Channel 9, at 7:30, Wilma arrives rome from the hospital with her new Pebbles. Fred baby daughter, has some difficulties when Wilma's mother hires a nurse named Frightens- hale to take care of the household management. At the same 7:30 hour, but on Channel 4, you can "Sing Along With Mitch," and hear Leslie Uggams and Louise O'Brien, as well as Bill Ventura do some pretty fine soloing. Hen Babysits With Kittens Duke Baxter, RFD 2, Ottawa, reports some strange happenings at his farm. A few days ago he found six newly-born kittens in a small card- ward box. Later he missed his bantam hen. Still later he found the bantam lien in the box with the kittens sitting on several eggs. And still later he looked in the box and found the hen still on the eggs and the mother cat feeding the kittens. Sometimes the mother cat is gone from the box and the hen remains, sitting on her eggs and with the kittens around her. By CYNTHIA LOWRY AP tdevWoo-RMBo Writer NEW YORK (AP)-Life in the television boiler factory wotild be more pleasant if the audience could see the eighth show, instead of the first of a new series. But Art Linkletter is neither dismayed nor downhearted when that first show doesn't come off as well as he hoped. "After 30 years in broadcasting," says the busy veteran of thousands of afternoon and evening shows, "I still don't know how to start a new show except to begin — in front of God and the television audience." Linkletter's new evening show on NBC kicked off recently with what might charitably be called mixed critical notices. But sing no sad songs for this enthusiastic, pleasant man. "I've been doing 'House Party' for 18 years, 52 weeks a year," he continued, stabbing at a melon slice hi his luncheon fruit salad. "1 can walk in, nod to one man or another, and get ahead with the show. Everybody knows what to do and how to do it? We've been together that long. "But when you start a new show, it means assembling a new crew and learning how to work together—that's why they have so much trouble with specials. He grinned, shrugged and remarked: "It will all straighten itself out, given a little time." Linkletter, an old pro, has done so well over the years, and invested his earnings so wisely and widely, that today he is financially independent—very rich, to put it baldly. Among other things he owns a 700,000-acre sheep ranch in Australia, 7,000 square miles in the oil country of Argentina, a chain of 200 dancing schools in the United States, an airport in Arizona, and is building three subdivisions in Southern Californa, n- cluding a trailer park for older people. He also has a wife, with whom ke enjoys traveling, and five children—four of whom are still at home. He is, in a word, a happy, busy, successful man. ART LINKLETTER Self-Service KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP)-A bandit showed a pistol to clerk Lloyd A. Anderson Wednesday night and demanded the money hi the liquor store's cash register. "Get it yourself," Anderson retorted. "This is a self-service store." The holdup man helped himself. KOFO SCHEDULE SATCBDAY KOFO AM AND FBI 6:00 FM Sign on 6:00 Top of the Morning 6:15 Outdoor Sports for Kan*a* 6:30 News and Weather 6:35- Top of the Morning 6:45 Weather Round up 6:50 Top of the Morning 7:00 Agricultural Market* 7:05 Top of the Morning 7:15 AM Sign on 7:15 Top of the Morning 7:30 Newi 7:40 Top of the Morning 7:45 Weather Forecasts 7:50 Top of the Morning 8:00 Sports Round Up 8:10 Top of the Morning 8:30 Newi and Weather 8:40 Top of the Morning •:00 Morning Devotion* 9:15 KOFO Serenade 9:30 News and Weather 9:35 KOFO Serenade 10:00 Church Note* 10:10 KOFO Serenade 10:30 News and Weather 10:35 Lyndon Show 11:00 Bulletin Board 11:05 Around Town 11:30 News and Weather 11:35 KOFO Sereande 12:00 People's Exchange 12:05 Noon Tune 12:16 Farm Show 12:25 Noon Tune Tim* 12:30 News 12:40 The Dally Record 12:45 Noontime WeatherTan* 12:50 Country Karavaa 1:00 U. 8. Marine Program 1:05 Country Karavan 1:30 News and Weather 1:35 Country Karavan 2:00 Calling All Driven 2:05 Country Karavan 3:30 News and Weather 2:35 Country Karavan 3:00 Oreat Moments In Sports 3:05 KOFO Karavan 3:15 Service Program 3:30 News and Weather 3:35 KOFO Karavan 4:00 Senator Frank Carlson 4:15 KOFO Karavan 4:30 News and Weather 4:35 KOFO Karavan 4:45 KOFO Karavan 5:00 Senator Bowers Report* 5: I'd KOFO Karavan 5:15 KOFO Karavan 5:30 A.M. Sign Off 5:30 News ans Weather 8:40 KOFO Karavan 6:00 AM Sign off 6:00 Triad Business World 6:10 Eventide Musle 6:30 News and Weather 6:40 Eventide Musle 7:00 Triad Sports Round up 7:10 Eventide Musle 7:30 Ottawa University Basketb*" 9:30 News and Weather 9:40 Evening Prayers 9:45 FM Sign off The Herald pays |5 every week for the best news tip turned in by • reader. Ottawa Roller Rink Public Sessions Wed. and Fri 7:30 to 10:00 Sat nights 8:00 to 11:00 Private Parties CH 247M Mon.. Tues. and Thurs. Sun. Matinee: 1:00 to 3:00 Children 12 and under Ottawa Herald 1962 FIRST IN KANSAS 106-108 I Published daft* exeept Holidays. Second flaw pottage at Ottawa, Kansas. Robert •. WelllngtCB •Mltflt Am> pubUthw Subscription rates to trade area—B> mall, one month $1.00. three month*, $3.00, six month*, $5.00. one year 9.00. tfuMcriptluo rates outside trade area -By mall, one month, 8X88; three month* 84.2ft: sis monthe, 88.00! en* year. 815.00. 0» TUB AMOCLATJBD The AMoeuted Press i* enttUM **• •tuiively to the u*e for publication of all the local new* printed la the MW*. paper a* wall a* all AP MW* 4t» ^ NOW SHOWING M Matinee Sat. — 1:30 p.m. W TONIGHT — Box Office opens 7:00 p.m. Shown 7:30 Only — Shown 9:10 Only Laff-A-Day "Just a minute, sir.. .I'm afraid you have the wrong idea..." Auld Lang Syne 35 TEARS AGO Two Ottawa University students, Loren Noren and Kenneth Huyck, returned from a basketball game at Baker University without their pants. They said two Baker fellows offered to bet then- pants on the outcome of the Ottawa University- Baker University game and the two Ottawa students took them up on it. Ottawa lost. Paul Baker, pastor of the Garden City Baptist Church, was hired by Ottawa University as director of promotion for the school. Dr. W. B. Wilson of Ottawa University was painfully hurs when an axe with which he was pruning shrubbery at his home, 748 S. Poplar, bounced off a clothes line wire and struck him on the forehead. 60 YEARS AGO Franklin County was soaked by a fine rain, and Burt Lloyd of Princeton was one of those who was loud in expressing appreciation for the need* ed moisture. "If you want to find out how much water an old cow can drink," Lloyd remarked, "just try hauling water for her.' Arthur Baraett, a junior in the academy at Ottawa University, was making plans for his annual wrestling match with his father, "Billy" Bar* . nett on March 3 at the Barnett home at Wells* ville. "I'm gonna pin his shoulders to the barn floor this year," Arthur said, "because I've been playing football and basketball." The annual wrestling match had been going on for several years and Arthur had not been able to win, Hi» father wu a former baseball player with the Starts SUNDAY BOX OFFICE OPENS 2:00 P.M. Feature at 2:50—5:45—8:40 PICTURES MM<ils * DINO DC UURENTIIS •MI** MR uwcwwisT.iM«f<,, taCHRisTOPHnriv

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