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Pharos-Tribune, Logansport, Indiana, Friday, March 25, 1988 Page 15 On Television FRIDAY March 25 o CD OD 5PM 5:30 News (:35) L & S WKRP News 6PM News COS) Alice Fad of Life SportsLook News Fact of Life 6:30 NBC News (:35) Brnetl 3's Company Trivia ABC News CBS News WKRP News Crazy Like a Fox Family Tics Happnin 1 Now News News News Cheers Bus Rpt Happy Days NBC News CBS News ABC News 7PM M-A-S-H (:05) Andy 7:30 Cheers (:35) Snforcl A-Team SporlsCntr ET Win, Lose Jeopardy! Cheers CBS News Speedweek Wheel Barney Hollywood S(] Remington Sfeele Cheers MacNeil/ Lelirer NewsHour Family Ties Wheel 3's Company Jeopardy! 8PM 8:30 Disney's Totally Minnie 9PM Night Ct. 9:30 Hills Bunti 10PM 10:30 Sonny Spoon (:05) Duel in (he Sun Mov: Gazebo Monster Trucks Strangers Full House News Top Rank Boxing From Atlantic City (L) Belvedere She Sheriff 20/20 NCAA Basketball Championships Doubleheader Regional Semifinals (L) Mov: Pennies Irom Heaven News NCAA Basketball Championships Doubleheader Reoional Semifinals (L) Paper Chase 700 Club Mov: Hollywood Knights DC. Week Wall $t Chicago Week Beyond Wall NBA Basketball Bulls at Cavaliers (L) Newlywed Wheel Disney's Totally Minnie Night Ct. Hills Bunti Strghl Tlk Bob Newhart Broken Taxi It Shouldn't Hurt to Be a Kid News Curr. Affair Sonny Spoon NCAA Basketball Championships Doubleheader Regional Semifinals (L) Strangers Full House Belvedere ITIie Thorns 20/20 SATURDAY March 26 o Of® a CD (B o SID 11 AM 11:30 12 PM 12:30 1 PM 1:30 2PM Mov: Rodan SpnrtsCntr 2:30 0. Phelps 3PM 3:30 Baseball '88: A Look Ahead. Major League Baseball Braves vs Orioles (L) High School Sports IHSAA Boys' State Finals (L) Col. B'hall NCAA Div. I Women's Regional (L) Crack-ups Health Show Walleye (Fishing Angler LPGA Golf Turquoise Classic: 3rd Round (L) International Players Tennis Championships Women's Finals (L) T ami T Soul Ttam 4PM 4:30 Players Championship (;15) Stooges Good Fishing Hillbillies Tony Dean SpeedWorld Pro Bowlers Tour World of Sports NCAA Basketball Championship Regional Finals (L)(JIP) Abbott and Coslello Men! Ihe Invisible Man CBS Sports Saturday Gunsmoke Solid Gold 5 PM 5:30 New Archies Dunnis F'stnnes R, Marlm Foolur Sea Hunt Crack-ups Health Show 6PM 6:30 NBC News Baseball Cubs vs Brewers (L) NCAA Basketball Doubleheader Regional Finals (L) Masterson Broken Arrow Big Valley 'ov: Clonus Horror Degrassi Wild America Sands of Time Mov: Monster on the Campus In Fisherman TBA 7 PM Mama's Fam Laredo Mov: Modern Romance Nature Hometirne Mov. Captain Nemo and Ihe Underwater City Mov: Qamien: Omen I W. Alexander Dr. Science Players Championship NCAA Basketball Doubleheader Regional Finals (L) Newswatch Am. Farmer Good Fishing Pro Bowlers Tour World ol Sports 7:30 8 PM 8:30 9PM 9:30 High School Basketball IHSAA Boys Stale Final Tourney (L) World Class Championship Wrestling (:05) jaylrawkers Bust Loose Mama s Fam. High School Sports IHSAA Boys' State Championship (L) Jeopardy! Jews 4:00) Players Champs ABC News Star Trek: The Next Generation Chas Chg CBS News Col, B'ball NCAA Div I Women's Regional (L) Col. B'ball Dolly Ohara IHSA Basketball Boy's State Finals Mom Fam Wheel Newsmaker ABC News Gourmet Happnn' Now Ehert Star Trek: The Next Generation Too Close News Mclaughlin Wheel Mov: Rabbit Test CBS Sports Special Tour ol Duty Mov: Kid Millions Boys Be Boys In Prison Beans Mr President Nalure Soys Be Boys In Prison CBS Sports Special Beans Mi President Tour ot Duty Ohara 10PM 10:30 Hunter (:05) Billy Graham Its Living Make Happen Spenser: For Hire West 57th News West 57th Paper Chase Hardcastle and McCormick Discover: World ol Science Mission Impossible Hunter West 57th Spenser: For Hire Diet Will Affect Cholesterol Level Q: What really makes blood fholostorol j.;o up? A: There are many different things ttiul can cause hi^li blood cholesleri)] levels or chiin^e relative levels of different types of eliolesierol. One majoi faelor b, diet. Higher intakes of saturaieii fats tend Id drive rholes- levoi levels it)), til is i oiil fast s with the '•fleets of unsatuiated fats, particularly Ihe polyunsaliiratei] fats found in siu'li liquid products as safflou'er, corn and -unflnwej 1 >eed oils. According to the American Heart Association, only Ihe saturated fat component raises eliolesierol levels. \i-rv cholesterol ; ich foods cat) also (iiivc up the levels of cholesterol found in the human bloodstream. People also have hij;h cholesterol levels because the\ inherited that tendency. In others, lujjli blood choli sierol can be due to problems with the thyroid eland, to diabetes or to diseases of the kidneys or liver. In addJlH'j) 'o all these complex mailers, some people are at risk for coronary hear! disease not because «*••»•••••• • ISIS THEATRE • 9 Winornoc, Indi qno 0 J| A w Friday, Saturday ot 7:30-9:30 ~ $ Sunday, Monday & Tuesday at 7:30 £ £ "SWITCHING CHANNELS" * ,~ Burt Reynolds, Kothleen Turner ^ "* PG • Health Drs. Lester L. Coleman & Steven Andrew Davis their overall cholesterol levels are so hij<h but because they have a relative deficit of what are called hi)ih density lipoproteins, or l.hey have an abnormally high level of blood lri),'lycerides. — S'. I). The American Cancer Society celebrates its 75th anniversary this year. The entire world sings "Happy Birthday" to an organization responsible in great measure for the remarkable scientific achievements in the battle against cancer. Millions of survivors live in gratitude because of the sheer magnitude- of scientific endeavors ilia) have been supported by the American Cancer Society. Kducational campaigns developed by The American < 'ancer Society have left indelible impressions on the mass populace and have induced them to take advantage of the many lifesaving techniques now available in modern medicine. OPEN SUNDAYS "GOOD MORNING VIETNAM" (HI ^ jTiJ-Mft Sal! 2-W Sm ?•? 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A trillion is 1 followed by 12 zeros. Dividing 31,536,000 into it is almost 32,000. Your reader went on: "... ft has been figured that with $1 trillion, you could buy a $100,000 house for every family in Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma and Iowa...." According to the Statistical Abstract of the United States, there were 5.7 million households in those five states in 1985. Let's account for population growth since then and round out that number to 6 million. A $100,000 home for each of those households would cost a total of $600 billion. Your reader goes on: "... Then you could put a S10.000 car in the garage of each of those houses...." ($60 billion; total so far: $660 billion) "... There would be enough left to build $10 million libraries and $10 million hospitals for 250 cities in those states...." ($5 billion; total so far: $665 billion) "... There would be enough left over to build $10 million schools for 500 communities...." ($5 billion; total so far: $670 billion) "... And there would still be enough left to put in the bank and, from the interest alone, pay 10,000 nurses and teachers, plus give a $5,000 bonus for every family in those states." ($5,000 bonus times 6 million families equals $30 billion; total so far: $700 billion) Remainder to put in the bank: $300 billion. At 5 percent interest (an outrageously conservative rate for such a mind-boggling investment), this would generate $15 billion per year. Divided among 10,000 nurses and teachers, this would provide $1.5 million per year, apiece. They're certainly worth it, Ann, but I suspect some folks would consider such salaries a bit extravagant. I hope this helps. I had fun doing it. -- HARRY BROERTJES, COPY EDITOR, THE MIAMI HERALD DEAR HARRY: This is so far removed from my area of expertise that I would not have the audacity to question your figures. I wouldn't be surprised, however, if some of those computer buffs and math wizards out there came up with a different set of numbers. 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