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InaccurcuUi Finding tit* WitHough AJfOtLES (Af») Ptificti tmlaeh that Hue about folftg West, youfig fftan. ..Xoaeh tfftiaeh toe* his Toron« fb' Maple Leafs West for a couple of gafhes ttth two National {Jockey League expansion clubs - Oaklarri and Log Angeles. He siill is tooklftg for his first point. ,,'.LdS Angeles stunned the Leafs g:& Monday night, just 24 hours afler Oakland had dropped uiem 4*3, It was the only NHL game played. .The consecutive losses 1 eft the sagging defending Stanley Cup champions in fifth place in the East Division, four points back ot .1 idle New York and only five aftead of last-place Detroit. The Tj^afs have dropped six (n a row jj/id seven of their last nine starts. ."." Cookie Wayne R u 1 1 e d g e kicked out 31 Toronto shots for HI? second shutout. And to m-dce 'nialters worse for tmlach, one of the Los Angeles goals was sgpred by Toronto discard Ed Joyal, who has tallied four of iils 13 against the Leafs. Howie liJenard got the other. '"The victory, the second in Jbree meetings with Toronto, m,oved (he third-place Kings three points back of Minnesota in' the West Division race. Los Angeles boasts a 9-9-0 record Against the established teams, fhij best mark among the Jeague's expansion clubs. St. Egg Sizes or.The seven-inch-long egg of the ostrich is the largest egg at any living bird; the smallest is that of the vervain hum- .tyingbird of Haiti, which Measures '/4-inch in length. Ltff LB ftOGK (Af>) ••* Tne Legislative Joint Auditing Committee MS foitfti vafiows tftAft* ciifacies J« Hie Mfiatittf of d rugs ift the Sttte Mospltal pharmacy but Ms failed to sub* slantiate a charge tt»al drugs were being takes from the pharmacy illegally, the charge was leveled last month by Rep. Ledft Hoisted or North Uttle Rock and prompt* ed the committee's investigation. The committee said it coukl not determine exactly where the losses occurred. Hoisted made the charge after pharmacy expenses jumped from $$6,135 to $189,901 in one fiscal year. California^' Beat Canadians BERKELEY, Calif. (AP) Accurate kicking by Les Wii* Hams carried California's rugby team to a &3-12 triumph over British Columbia Monday and a 42-21 victory for the two-game World Cup championship, It was Cal's seventh straight title in the World Cup, a two- game series originated in 1947. Williams, who accounted for 10 points in California's 19-9 win Saturday, accumulated 17 Monday. Greeks Retire 30 Officers ATHENS, Greece (AP) - The Greek regime has retired 30 armed forces officers and promoted 520, the Official Gazette disclosed Wednesday. The retirements included sev« en army brigadiers and 17 senior air force officers. Drugs With MedUare IsUnliktly Associated Press Writer WAStttNGfON (AP) -. Administration sources predict President Johnson's fortncom- ifif health message to Congress won't reeofflmetti addinf the cost of prescription drugs to the medicare program, Said one well-placed source at the Department of Health, Education and Welfare! "I think you can look at the President's budget for HEW and get a pretty good idea of whether he will ask for prescription drugs to be added." The budget generally would keep HEW spending under tight rein because of soaring Vietnam war costs, threatening irulatfon and a cost -cutting Congress, Or. \Blton Silverman, staffdi- rector of a HEW task force studying the prescription drug issue, saW the total cost of such drugs for medicare patients would be more than $1.5 billion a year by I970or 19ti, A bill to add prescription drugs costs to medicare has been introduced In Congress by Sen. Joseph M. Montoya, D- N.M., with 32 co-sponsors, Senior citizens organizations have been pressing lard (or such a measure. They contend the cost of drugs in addition to what the elderly have to pay to take part In medicare makes the program a financial burden for many older people. Montoya's bill would authorize the government to pay only the cost of generic equivalents of prescription drugs. Administration officials did not endorse such proposals at the last ses- MR (w sm •ittfafim Dps Tension TOKYO (AP) - "today the sRttftltoft ift the Far East, the Pueblo Incident, tntensffleaHfon of the *ar In Vtetaftro- all ftr« increasing the ctetw of ten* slon," said the leader of the ris* ing youflf Komelto party* "We shudder at the feeling: of danger that our nation may be drawn into these conflicts." Komclto leattef Yoshikafsu fakeiri told the Foreign Cof re« spondents Club of Japan that his party backs ''absolute neutrality" that would put Japan's defense In the hands of the United Nations, He saJd Japan should be allowed to maintain Its own defenses until the United Nations can provide » security force. sion of Congress on the grounds they first had to make certain that generic drugs —those known only by their chemical names—are in fact equivalent In performance to brand-name drugs. Silverman said the government share of prescription drug costs could be reduced to any level Congresswanled, depending on how much would be borne by participants in medi- care, the health care plan for Americans 65 and older. Under various proposed plans, medicare participants would pay through Increased premiums for the voluntary, doctor-bill part of the program or by paying part of the drug bills. Premiums for the doctor coverage go from $3 to $4 a month in April and would have to be In speaking. American women average 175 syllables per m i n u t e—25 more than normally uttered by American men. PfMflf If Gffftt Form Group fo 'Outlet*' Groin Trade DBS MOtNtS, town (A«) *. The ffaUoftal Farmers Offanl- tition said today U win "outlast the gffttft trade" with its with* holding action despite m appreciable price gains After a month of fcofcoltifljf markets in 35 states. Prices for corn, oats, wheat, rye, soybeans ind sortfiums have edged upward only pennies since the militant farmer organ* Itatlon announced Its sales embargo Jan, 11, Trade specialists say that In addition to the NFO action factors Involved In higher prices ln« elude increased exports, a big farmer turnout to join the government's 1968 acreage diversion program, grains held off the market under government loan and the political tension In Southeast Asla« The result fs a cloudy picture of what effect the withholding action has had, If any, NFO President Oren Lee Staley points to a fresh one-cent hike in corn prices at Chicago as evidence that the flow of corn Is beginning to stop. Dealers, however, report neither shortage nor stockpiling. Staley says farmers can outlast the grain traders as long as grain can be stored under gov« ernment loan at prices equal to or higher than the market price, a current condition. But Bob Skinner of the Iowa Grain and Feod Dealers Association thinks the boycott has stalled. "If all farmers would stop selling grain it would affect the market In a hurry," said Skinner. "I don't think we are going to see any effects." U.S, Rep. Mark Andrews, H- tiff flff Club Told About Nuclear Power DOYLE DANIEL, GARLAND MEDDKRS, DAVE DMVAH N.D., feels the boycott was ill- timed. "Once the grain is produced, Individual holding back doesn't work too well. Generally, the middleman can wait," Andrews told a Missouri farmer meeting last week. On the Chicago market Friday, No, 2 corn sold for $1.18 a bushel, about five cents more than on Jan. 11. The NFQ Is holding out for $1.50. Soybeans traded Friday went for $2.73, seven cents above the Jan. 11 price. The NFO Is seeking $3 a bushel, Wheat was near $l.<S6-up 36 cents from Jan. 11-with the NFO asking $2 in its pledge of "no price, no production." Television Schedule TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 13 .6:00 RIFLEMAN .*,. "fr30(Color) GARRISON'S GORILLAS . •* * 7:30(Color). t b3iTiIAKES. i. THIEF-- T:30(Color) N. Y. P. D. •'JT: 00 (Co lor) WINTER OLYMPICS u ••» tt):00(Color) 10 O'CLOCK REPORT £&:30(Color) OLYMPICS WRAPUP rft):A5(Color) JOEY BISHOP SHOW t Cl2:OOM SINE OFF Z *• HJffeDNESDAY. FEBRUARY U 6:45 AM TEST PATTERN 7:00(Color) BOZO'S BIG-TOP SHOW *8:30 DIALING FOR DOLLARS THEATRE "Marjorle Morningstar" Natalie Wood, Gene Kelly 10:30(Color) HOW'S YOUR MOTHER-IN-LAW ~4.1;00 BEWITCHED ll:30(Color) TREASURE ISLE 12: DON THE FUGITIVE l:00(Color) NEWLYWED GAME l:30(Color) THE BABY GAME l:55(Co!or) THE CHILDREN'S DOCTOR 2:00(Color) GENERAL HOSPITAL 2:30(Color) DARK SHADOWS 3:00(Color) DATING GAME 3:30 DIALING FOR DOLLARS THEATRE "The Thing" James Arness, Dewey Martin 5: 00 (Color) ABC NEWS 5:30(ColpF) 5:30 REPORT 6:00(Color) WINTER OLYMPICS 7:3Q(Colpr) SECOND HUNDRED YEARS 8:00(Color) WEDNESDAY NIGHT MOVIE "The Killers" Lee Marvin, Angie Dickinson 10;00(Color) 10 O'CLOCK REPORT '10:30(Color) THE BIG MOVIE "The Condemned of Alcona" .,... Sophia Loren, r !2:30 AM SINE OFF (C) Wednesday, February 14 6:45 RFD v;itb Bob Bulce (C) 6:55 Morning Devotions (C) The Today Show MBC (C) Arkansas News and Weather (C) The Today Shew NBC (C) The Today Show I-fBC (C) Arkansas News and VJeathcr The Today Show NBC (C) Snap Judgement NBC (C) Nancy JJip.kcrspn, vfith the Concentration NBC (c) Personality NBC (C) The Hollywood Squares NBC (C) Jeopardy NBC (C) Eye Guess NEC (C) Edwin Newraan with the News NBC Little Rock Today (C) Let's Make A Deal NBC (C) Days of Our Lives NBC (C) The Doctors NBC (C) Another World NBC (C) You Don't Say NBC (C) Mike Douglas Show 1 Love Lucy "Vacation Mariage" F Troop "Miss Parmenter" (C) Huntlcy BrinUlcy Report NEC News and Weather Report (C) The Virginian NBC (C) Kraft Music Hall NBC (C) 1st Annual Academy of Prof. Sport's Awards NBC News and Weather (C) Lonnie Gibbons Sports Show The Tonight Show NBC (C) Sign Off 6»30 THE VIRGINIAN - C 8tOO KRAFT MUSIC HALL - C 9:00 ACADEMY AWARDS OP SPORTS - lOiOO NEWSCOPE - DAVE MCCLELLAND VERN STIERMAN - C 10tl5 AL GORDON ON SPORTS - C 10:30 THE TONIGHT SHOW - C 12:00 EVENING DEVOTIONAL Ilt30 7:00 7:25 7:30 8:00 8:25 8:30 9:00 9:25 9:30" 10:00 10:30 11:00 11:30 11:55 12:00 12: JO :00 :30 :00 :30 :00 KATV 12:00 12«30 llOO It30 2100 2«25 2t30 3«00 3*30 4:30 00 30 00 30 8:00 9:00 10:00 10:15 10:30 12:00 Ktalfv Tuesday, February 13 6:30 7:00 8: QO | of Jeannie NBC (C) \Jerry Lewis Show mc ' (c ^ Tyes4sy Night at the Movies "Strategic Air Command" with Jimes Stewart and June Allyson 10:00 News fnd VVeather (C) 1-0:15 Bonnie Gibbons Sports ? ov. 10:30 Jhq Tonight Show NBC (C) 1?:QO Sign Off TUESDAY , FEBRUARY 13 6:30 I DREAM OF JEANNIE - C 7:00 JERRY LEWIS SHOW - C 8:00 TUESDAY NIGHT AT THE MOVIES "PRESSURE POINT" - B&W SIDNEY POITIER - HOBBY DARIN lOtOO NEWSCOPE - DAVE MCCLELLAND VERN STIERMAN - C 10; 15 AL GORDON ON SPORTS - C 10;3D THE TONIGHT SHOW - C 12:00 EVENING DEVOTIONAL WEDNESDAY', FEBRUARY 14 6:45 RFD with Bob Buicc (C) 6;55 Morning Devotions (C) 7:00 The-Today Show X3C (C) 7:25 Arkansas News and Weather (C) 7:30 The Today Show N2C (C) 8:00 The Today Shoi NBC (C) 8:25 Arkansas News and Weather (C) 8:30 The Today Show NBC (C) 9:00 Snap Judgcrenc NBC (C) 9:25 Nancy Dickevson with the News 9:30 Concentration N3C (C) 10:00 Personality NBC (C) 10:30 The Hollywood Squares X3C 11;00 Jeopardy NP-C (C) 11:30 Eye Guess N P >C (C) 11:55 Edv;in Nevnan with the News 12:00 Little Rock Today (C) i|:30 Let's MaUe a Deal NBC (C) 1:00 Days of Our Lives NBC (C) 1:30 The Doctors KBC (C) 2:00 Another V.'orld KBC (C) 2:30 You Don't Say NBC (C) 3:00 The Mike Douglas Show (C) 4:30 I Love Lucy t>e Saxap .o.^.e" 5; 00 F Troop "Bye Bye Baloon" (C) 5:30 Huntley Brinkiey Report N2.C 6:00 News and \/eather Report (C) TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 13 6:30 Garrison Gorillas - ABC (C) , 7;30 , , ,...,,U Ta^ca.A Thief - ABC (C) 8:30 l "•" '" l N.TiP.D. - ABC (C) '"•" •'• : "'9:00 TENTH WINTER OLYMPICS - ABC 10:00 Arkansas News and Weather (C) 10:15 World News (C) 10:20 Bud Campbell Spores (C) 10:30 TENTH WINTER OLYMPIC REVIEW 10:45 Jooy Bishop Show - ABC (C) WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY U 7:30 Bozo's »U Top Comics (C) 8:30 The Furtive - ABC 9:30 Donna Reed - ABC 10:00 Temptation - ABC (C) 10:25 ABC Mews - ABC (C) 10:30 How's Your Mother-in-law - ABC 11:00 Bewitched - ABC 11:30 Treasure Isle - ABC (C) 12:00 The Noon Show - Live (C) 1:00 Newlywed Game - ABC (C) 1:30 The Baby Game - ABC (C) 1:55 Children's Doctor - ABC (C) 2:00 General Hospital - ABC (C) 2:30 Dark Shadows - ABC (C) 3:00 Dating Came - ABC (C) 3:30 Bozo's Big Top Comics - Llv0 5:00 Bob Younn Evening Hews - ABC 5:30 Truth or Consequences (C) 6:00 Arkansas New* and Weather (C) 6:15 World News (C) 6:20 Bud Campbell Sports (C) 6:30 TENTH WINTER OLYMPICS - ABC 7:30 Second Hundred Years - ABC 8:00 Wednesday Night Movie - ABC "THE CONDEMNED OF ALTONA" Sophia Loren, Maximilian Sch«ll Robert Wagner, Fredric March 10:00 Arkansas News and Weather (C) 10:15 World News (C) 10:20 Bud Campbell Sports (C) 10:30 TENTH WINTER OI.YMPIC REVIEW 10:45 Joey Bishop Show - ABC (C) S«00 5«30 6«00 6:15 6»20 6:25 6:30 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 10:00 10:10 10:15 10:30 10:35 12:05 12:10 Search for Tomorrow CBS (C) The Guiding Light CBS (C) Eye on Arkansas (G) As the World Turns CBS (C) Love is a Many Splendored Thinp; CBS (C) Art Linkletter'a House Party To Tell the Truth CBS (C) CBS Afternoon Hows Tho Edge of Night CBS (C) The Secret Storm CB3 (C) Password (C) - Elizabeth Montgomery & Martin Landau Perry Mason "Deadly Toy" McHalo's Navy "Waoky Wao" CBS Evening News (C) AflKLA Nawa-Oeorgo Mooro (C) Safeway Weather-Bill Mitchell Sports Camera - Jim ; Late N ; ows' ? floundiip"; Cc"'" /; : " ; '', Lost in Space CBS (C) He's Your Dog, Charlie Brown Oreen Acres CBS (C) He & She CBS (C) The Jonathan Winters Show CBS News - Oeorge Moore (C) AP&L Weather-Bill Mitchell (C) Sporto Eye - Jim Landera (C) Info '68 Channel 11 Academy Theatre "Rogue's March" -Peter Lawford, Richard Greene, Janice Rule Late Nows Roundup Sign Off KSLA-WGI2 TUESDAY FEBRUARY 13 _ 6)30 Daktari 7:30 Red Skelton 8 1 30 CBS Playhouse - "My Father And My Mother" 10:00 News/Erwin 10:25 Weather/Griffin 10:30 He & She 11:00 The Lieutenant 12.-00 Weather/Vespers WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY lit I T T U E * C19 Atliliiu ROCK TUESDAY, FEB.lj 6?20 Sports Cenepft.Jlm Landers (C) o;25 Late N«wa Roundup (C) 6?3Q Dftktapi CBS (q) 7?30 Th* Red Sleelton Hour CBS (C) o»30 Good Morning, World CBS (C) 9?00 CBS Playhouae » "My F»ther and My Mother" (Q) JO;00 News • Oeorge Moore (Q) 10?10 AP&L Weatn*r*Bill Mitchell (C) iOjJ.5 Sports Eye » JJw Land<jj»a (C) 10;30 Channel 11 Academy Thaatre w Crv of the Ha«nted%B«rry Sullivan, Polly Eerg« lt 12;05 Late Neva Hounduj 12?10 Sign Off VEDMBSDAYj, FEB. Hy 6{28 Sign On 6»3Q Econowics (Mon, thru Thur t ) T Sunrise Semester (Ppi.) 7}00 Arkansas A t M, ' 7f05 CBS Morning Kewa 7|3P Arkansas A,M, (C) 8;00 Captain Kangaroo CES (c) 9:00 Candid Camera CBS (C) 9?30 The Beverly Hillbillies lOjOO Andy of Mayberry CES 10;30 The Dick Van Dyke Sr. lljOO Love of Life GES (C) l||25 CBS MicUMorning 6:25 6s25 6t55 7s05 7; 30 8; 00 9sOO 9; 30 iOjOO 10?30 lllOO 1U25 li;30 ll!45 i2;00 12. -30 1)00 1:30 2:00 2:25 2:30 3sOO 3:30 4:00 5:00 5:30 6:00 6:25 6:30 7:30 '* : 30 10:00 10:25 10:30 11:30 12:00 Economics (Mon-ThurJ Across The Fence (Frl) Vour Pastor CBS News/Benti Bob & His Buddies Captain Kangaroo Candid Camera Beverly Hillbillies Andy Of Mayberry Dick Van Dyke Love Of Lif« CBS News/Bent 1 Search For Tomorrow Guiding Light News/Owen As The World Turns Love Is A Many Splendored Thing House Party To Tell The Truth CBS News/Edwards Edge Of Night Secret Stonn Gilligan's Island Rawhide McHsle's Navy CBS News/Cronkite News/Oven Weather/""iron Lose in Space He's Your Dog Charlie Brovn Gretn Acres Perry Mason Family Affair Nfcws/£rwin Weather/Griffin Jonathan Winters Shov Sea Hunt Weather/Vespers - Frank King photos with Star camera DONALP ; lK3N| |t! , \.^ „„,,.„,„„,,,», Representative of Arkansas Power it Light Co. brought the Lions Club program yesterdayat the regular noon luncheon at Town & Country, Donald Edwin Bone, Hot u/AtTc-n Springs, Industrial Sales Engi- By WALTER Ft. MEARS necr W as the speaker. He show- Associated Press Writer ed a film explaining nuclear WASHINGTON (AP) - Peo- m we red electric generating pie keep asking George Uornney pjnnts that some day will replace who he a going to support tor coal and gns fuel plants used now, the Republican presidential Mr. Romney Believes He Can Win nomination If he can't win u himself, and the Michigan gov. ernor keeps telling them he doesn't expect to lose. It would take a lot to shake that expectation and convince Romney he should slant! aside or become a proxy for some other GOP moderate In the race for the White House, In current political conjecture, New York Gov. Nelson A, Rockefeller, a determined non- candidate, would become the beneficiary should Romney drop from the race. But Rornney Is not behaving like a man who has any Intention if standing aside, no matter what the outcome of the early presidential primaries, His standard answer to questions about the months ahead; "I expect to win in Now Hampshire, I expect to win in Wisconsin and I expect to win at Miami Beach," That Is the site of the Republican National Convention which opens Aug. 5. Doyle Daniel, AP&L of Hot Springs and Dave Bryan, of A PAL at Gurdon accompanied Mr. Bone. Haskell Jones arranged the program. Other guests were Gene White and City Manager Garland Meddors. LEGAL NOTICE The annual school election will be hold by the qualified electors of the Patrnos School District No, 0 of Hempstwvl County on Tuesday, March 12, IOG8, between tho hours of 8:00 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. The electors will vote a school tax of 35 mills to be levied for guneral fund for the operation of schools of said dis« trlct. The lulling places In the district win U- tho same as heretofore designated. Willie Shoparrt S«eretary of School Board Feb. 13, 20, 27, 190fJ NO STARLING MENACE! // /« M> Longer Necessary For YQU To Buy Or Build A Wood Martin Home & Help Create A Greater Starling Menace, Th« Purple Martins Art- Arriving. To Attract Thfc "Scouts" lit stall Your CP Housfr Now! No* I'm can buy a (me alumingirt mjrtin house at 4 cojt lowtr Oun 4 cpmpjriblt wood houi«, Gujunteed Product) iltinu- ng.-n houses stjy b/ijhi and dean, lh« »jy rriDOinj like them SU'lmjj t.'nt ddfi, dingy ne',1 -ig 5i!e«,, will not rnoyt into /ovf CP aluminum hou?|. 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