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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 7

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Filduy ' sopt - 2 °' 1974 Russian Tanks Used At POW Exchange PHONESAVAN, Laos (AP) Laos' onetime warring sides qx- changed their first prisoners on the Plain of Jars today, but no ono coultl go homo until Pathet Lao tanks mntle a friendly an- ptarance. What was to have been a brief ceremony turned into a any-long a f f a i r when a Lao air force cargo royal plane bringing in prisoners dropped Inlo a poorly filled American bomb crater while landing on the dirt airstrip. The plane blocked the air- slrip and became a sideshow as representatives of both sides kept Iholr decorum and continued with the release ceremony. But none of the 20 government soldiers and 150 Thai army men could leave until the plane was moved.' HELEN HELP US By HELEN AND SUE BOTTEL You Don't Have Time? Well, Maybe Not This ai'Uclo, written by Reinard Knudscn, editor and pub- ishcr of Sacramento (Calif.) is OPEN 7:15 STARTS 7:458.; HWT. 71 IIOITII * IMtTTMU * 4IMM1 JCLINT ^EASTWOOD 'THUNDERBOLT^ end LlGHTFOOT'f· --PI US -- "DIAMONDS ARE FOREVER" FRI.-SAT. ONLY11 A Separate Admission Sneak Preview of a New Feature. Starts at Midnight after regular features, Admission $1.50. LAST DAYS OF MAN ON EARTH (R) Op«n7:00 Triangle 7:45 Cougar 8:45 44 N. COLLEGE 521-9440 Sat.-Sun. Matinee 2PM iB!ni[L«»iiB!BW^^ If you're devoting as much as an hour a day to worrying Starts FRIDAY! THEY VANISHED... without a trace--over a 1000 people and 100 planes and ships in an area of the Atlantic Ocean known as... «^ $10,000.00 AWARD to any viewer of this film who can solve the mystery of THEDEVIL'STRIANGLE! DOCTOR Jri everyone's I SUMMER oanne Woodward Summer Wishes Winter Dreams Devil? Cougar 8:45 Sat.-Snn. Mat. 2 p.m. TRUE UfE Mystery Of Th» Century S u b u r b a n Newspapers, specially tor you: One of the phrases we' encounter a lot in busy suburbia a "I don't have time. . ." It is most frequently us cd in avoiding a community chore or as an excuse [or no t doing something you feel you really should be doing. Actually, time related to speed. A person vho types 70 words a minute las more "li'me" to write a etler than one who does a aborious 35. But recently we came upon some figures that gave us a whole new look at the subject. A television network made a study of a cross section of the American people and found this is the way we spend our hours during an average week: Sleeping -- 53,2 hours. Working -- 40 hours. Watching TV -- 26.4 hours. Eating -- 8.4 hours. To the above list we'd add a few more, and your guess is as good ts o u r s as to Personal care (shaving, dressing, undressing, haircuts, bathing, etc.) -- 6 hours. Driving -- 10 hours. Doing chores -- 10'hours Inane chatter -- 13 hours. This adds up. to 107 hours in a 168-hour week. Which means you have only one hour left that is really all yours. Translated into years, if you live to be 70, you will have spent 22 years sound asleep, and another 6 years just eating, shaving, going to the bathroom and otherwise taking care of your personal self. Then there will be IB years you spent working or carrying on a life dictated by your employer, and 11 years watching TV, or vicariously living someone else's life. Tiwt totals 55 years which leaves only 15 years that is really "your life," and you spend most of it driving, doing chores, and carrying on inane conversation. Frighteninig, isn't it? Looking at -it this way, however, gives us a new slant to the question, "How long will you live?" Obviously some people can live much longer than others. The m a n who throws away his TV to- become a doer instead, of a watcher, can actually live two-thirds longer than the average. (He will gain much more than by swearing off cigarettes.) I The fortunate few who have self-fulfilling jobs can double or triple the life-span of the average man. It is the use of this small amount of "prime time" that largely accounts for the vast differences among individuals. It gives us a new slant on young people nipped off early in life. The late President John Kennedy may have actually lived far longer than m o s t of us who drag it out to the 80s. Then, there is the matter of retirement. Many people may find they can live more oetween 60 and 70 than they did in the previous 60 years of their lives. A man sentenced to 10 years in prison is conceivably losing only a year or so of "real life." The'possibilities are limitless. It's really only a matter of reshuffling time. -- K-K. to think about: Consider that 40 per cent of ,vhat you worry about never happens. And 30 per cent of what does happen you couldn't And here's something more have prevented anyway. N o w 22 per cent is really to petty ever to be much of a problem. So that only leaves 8 per cent worth your concern. therefore, better cut it back to less than f i v e .minutes. -(Contributed by "A Render.") Clean-Up Month WASHINGTON (AP) --, Prescient Ford has proclaimed Sept. 15-Oct. 15 as Johnny Horl/on '7G Clean Up America Month." In the proclamation on Thursday, he urged all Americans to join in "neighborhood and community cleanups, beau- lification programs, resource recovery and education programs, energy and wildlife conservation efforts, and other worthwhile activities." "MY FIRST OPPORTUNITY TO REAUY IET MYSCLF GO11 WINT CRAZY AND LOVED IT. C O U P O N FOR THE FAMILY . . Ken's Pizza Parlor 409 WEST DICKSON At Bonanza you don't have to eat in the parking lot. Drive-ins are nice. Tor kids. Kids don't fake up much room, so they don't mind the cramped quarters of a car. They don't mind if they get ketchup on their clothes a nd mustard on their nose. They haven't worked ail day, so they ' don't crave relaxation. And they love hamburgers. At Bonanza, our parking lot is for park ing your car. You leave it there and have a quiet dinner atone of our roomy tables or cozy booths. ~ Instead of hard cement and headlights we have soft wall-to-wall carpeting and indirect lighting. Ofcourse, your kids can still have hamburgers, but you can havea steak. Don't you deserve to have what you want to have for dinner? Bonanza The family restaurant even a father could love. 3 FOR 2, Order Three Pizzas - Pay For Only Two! · This Coupon Redeemable at KEN'S in FayeHevllle · Bonanzaburger and French fries. $1.19 WithChee.se.'fi nn I «AjP Shrimp Dinner 1 / $2.29 Hiflhvray?! North cAnnr-our AYAILAIU 521-35S DAILY PROGRAM LISTINGS Programs subject to change without notice KTEW, Tulsa, Channel 2 [Channel t »n c«bl» In Fiylttcvllte) KYTV, Springfield, Channel 3 KFSM, Fort Smith, Channel 5 KOTV, Tulsa, Channel 6 KOAM, Pittsburg, Channel 7 KTUL, Tulsa, Channel 8 (Chinntl « on eitil* In r*yitt*vlHll KOED-TV (ETV), Tulsa, Channel 11 KODE, JopCn, Channel 12 KUH1, Joplin, Channel 16 (Ch«nntl * «n able In r»y«tt«vtn«) \AARNER CABLE of Fayetteville 103 W. Mountain St. -- Phone 521-7730 Complete Home Entertainment Cable Service All Area Television and . . . FM Radio Time · Weather - Special Events ^F Starchannel _ PHONE szi-7730 HEARING AIDS SALES SERVICE Radiocar, Eleclone and Acousticon Cords, Batteries and Accessories M. WARD HEARING AID DEPT. Evelyn Hills Shopping Center Fayetfeville, Ark. Phone 443-4591 INTERPOL Reports Drug Traffic Upheaval CANNES, France (AP) -Turkey's 1971 ban on opium poppy cultivation led to spectacular upheavals in illicit drug traffic throughout the world, according to a report submitted to the annual assembly of the International Police Organization opening here today. The report, submitted by Interpol Secretary-General Jean Nepotte, described the Turkish ban, which ended several weeks ago, as "the most impor- ant single event affecting the llicit traffic in opium ,and its derivatives." GET OUT OF TOWN Drive out l« Hickory Creek RK. Anl inn dine *t THE BARN 264 Eait off Hwy, 71 Steaks and itirimp, homtmadt eTnnm.l rolli. relishes, and laladi. Family ityle !sh fry Friday. Bar BQ Rlb Siturdrr. Optn 5-10 p.m. 9at. and Sun. 12 noon-IQ p.m. Closed Mon. and TK-. Com* tee us at beautiful Boaver Lake. VUrryCiull«i hwxfcr ol prfwc* Th« be«t in DM butfcm* Mi car record any commatien MMMtMMOpI* A MOVIE FOR $1.00 A,, THE WHOLE FAMILY WA7. 1974 COLOR TV NOW AT ENTERPRISE Sight and Sound Z333 N. College 442-8575 Buy ,Your Carpet Direct From The Local People That Make It. Where You Get The Beit And Save The Most. Lawrence Carpel Mills, Inc. SPRIKGDALE; ARK. HIGHWAY 68 WEST 751-7»«1 MOVIES ON TV Friday Nighf 8:00 p.m. Ch. 6-16 -- "Willard" (1971) Bruce Davison, Ernest Borgnine, Elsa Lanchester 10:30 p.m. Ch. 6 -- "Frogs" (1972) Ray Milland, Sam Elliott, Joan Van Ark 10:30 p.m. Ch. 8 -- "The FBI Story" (1959) James Stewart, Vera Miles, Nick Adams. 10:36 p.m. Ch. 16 -- "Castle of Evil' (1967) Scott Brady, Virginia Mayo, Lisa Gaye 1:30 a.m. Ch. 3 -- "Loves of Hercules" (1960) Mickey Hargitay, Jane Mansfield, Massimo Serato Saturday Night OZARK HOME AND GARDEN CENTER · Shrubs · Seeds · Insecticides · House Plants · Landscaping Service 20 E. Township Rd. Vi Mile West Whit Chevrolet "We Give Your?: Green Thumb A Helping Hand" i 57* rmmviLU NOW SHOWING 8:00 p.m. Ch. 2-3-5-7 -- "Oklahoma Crude" (1973) George C. Scott, Fay Dunaway, John Mills 10:30 p.m. Ch. 6 -- "Hello, Frisco, Hello" (1943) Alice Faye, John Payne, Jack Oakie 10:30 p.m. Ch. 8 -- "The Hanging Tree" (1959) Gory Cooper, Maria Schell, George C. Scott 10:30 p.m. Ch. 12 -- "It Happened One Summer" (1945) Jeanne Grain, Dana Andrews, Dick Haymes 10:30 p.m. Ch. 16 --· "Woman Times Seven" (1967) Shirley MacLaine, Peter Sellers 10:45 p.m. Ch. 2 -- "Sangaree" (1963) Fernando Lamas, Arlene Dahl 10:45 p.m. Ch. 3 -- "Hell Is for Heroes" (1962) Steve McQueen, Bobby Darin, Fess Parker 10:45 p.m. Ch. 7 -- "Johnny Guitar" (1954) Joan Crawford, Mercedes McCambridge 10:45 p.m. Ch. 5 -- "Savages" (1974) Andy Griffith, Sam Bottoms, James Best 12:15 a.m. Ch. 7 -- 'The Crime of Dr. Hallett" (1938) Ralph Bellamy, William Gargan Opeen 7:15 KTBIHMM · Starts 7:45 SUStlBEOffiE FRIDAY EVENING * 5:00 News L Truth or Consequence! .... Andy Griffith To Tell The Truth · Sesame Slreet Twilight Zone + 5:30 - 11 DfflTYMflRY CRttZY LARRY 5, 8 ... 7 ... 6 , .. 3 ,.. 11 ... 10 ,v --Bonus Feature-'VANISHING POINT" 2. 3. ». 7. 6. 12 Truth or Consequences » Sews"".::. 3. 5 , 6 , 7 . 8 , 12.16 FBI ,? Consulallon * 6:30 Concentration .. Canadian Travel rlce Is Right *; 'reasuro Hunt lee Haw .« Hogan's Heroes 10 k- 7:00 -a on! Goes the Country Chat Good Ole Nashville Music Sanford and Son ' " V ' , » Planet of the Apes 6. 1 Kodiak ' Hollywood Squares 12 Washington Week In Preview .. 1 * 7:30 -- Chlco and the Man 2, 3, 5, ' Six Million Dollar Man -- 8, I Wall Street Week 1 ·A- 8:00 Masterpiece Theatre 1 BocMord Files 2, 3 5 , Movie ". ' ,, 8:30 Texas Wheelers fla.OOO Pyramid * 9:00 Police Woman 2.3, Night Slalker ............ 5. Inside Oklahoma Education ... B * 0:30 Today's Yoga ·*· 10:00 -- ews 2. 3. 5. 8. 7. 8, 12, 16 * 10:30 -Vide World In Concert 12 fovie 6, S, In ohnny Carson 2. 3. S. 7 * 12:00 - Hdnight Special 2, 3. 5, 7 * 12:25 -- ia\vson McAllister Show * 12:30 -Vide World Special r 12:55 -- 'rojcct *· 1:30 -- lovie ATUROAY MORNING ·k 6:00 - )rury Presents ··· * 6:30 agriculture U.S.A. Time For Timothy .. 7:00 Addams Family .. ipeed Buggy Yogi's Gang * 7:30 - Wheelle and the Chopper alley of the Dinosaurs ... ;_ Blue Marble evlin * 9:30 - igmund and the Sea Monsters 2, 3, 5, 7 hazami 8, 16 org: 70,000 B.C 8. " * 10:00 -· ink Panther 2, 3. 5, , [arlem Globetrotters 6, 16 uper Friends 8, 12 * 10:30 - lar Trek 2, 3 5, 1 ludson Brothers 6, 16 elsons 2. 3. 5. 7 .rchie 6. 16 These are the Dayi 8 12 r 11:30 Teen Hop 12 'at Albert and the Cosby Kids 6 16 Go To Be Announced 2, 3 5, .... 6. I .... 8, 1 Bunch Scooby-Doo ......... Bugs Bunny ....... * 8:00 - Jeannle ............ Hong Kong Phooey Emergency Plus « Run.' Joe, Run ........ , Partridge Family: 2200 A.D. The Adventures of Gilligan 1 1 6, 1 2 3, i. 2, 3 16) Wrestling 6|Police Surgeon a Movie 16 Dig Easel 12 * 3:00 -Bis Eight Football Highlights .. 6 Sesame Street 51 + 3:30 - . Wiiburn Brolhrea " ·k 4:00 T I S t a r Trek \ tally's Workshop Buck Owens Big Blue Marble SATURDAY AFTERNOON * 12:00 Larry Lace well Show Mr. Makit Children's Hour Fun Club . CBS Children's Festival .... 6 11 World of Survival " ,, 12:30 College Football Pre-Game Show 5, 8, 1 ·k 12:45 -College Football ........ 5, 8, 1 Motorcycle '74 * 1:00 -CBS Sports Spectacular «. 1 Baseball Pre-Game Show 2. 3, 7 Baseball I. J, 7 * 2:00 - * 7:00 New Land Emergency All in the Family .... Carrascolendas * 7:30 Friends and Lovers . Nexus ' l l .... 3, 12 2, 3, 5. 7 6 18 11 «, 19 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood .::::::::::.... e *«:oo 16 Movie oger_ Vide World of Sports Sportsman's Friend ... ,ter Rogers Spor Mist 5, S. 12 | 1* Kung Fu Mary Tyler Moora 4:30 -Chat Good Ole Nashville Music . . 6 UnUmed World .............. Je Electric Company . . . 1! Other People, Other Places .. 3. 7 * 5:00 News Porler Wagoner Hank Thompso n Proud Country Hodgepodge Lodge 3, 6 7 .. 18 *ews . ~ 2. 3, 5. 6, 8, 12, 16 Making Things Grow Porter Wagoner SATURDAY EVENING * 6:00 FBI Lawrence Welk .... News UFO Grandmaster Chess Hee Haw Jimmy Dean ·*· 6:30 Dialogue '74 2, 3, 5, 7 8, 12 .. 8:30 Male Menopause 11 Bob Newhart t, IS * 9:00 Carol Burnett 6, 16 Nakia a, 12 9:30 The Trial ol Mary Lincoln 11 3. 5. 12 16 II 10:00 -News «, a 12, IS * 10:15 - . News 2. 3, 5, T ·k 10:30 -- ' Movie , 8. 12, 1« k- 10:45 -- lovie 2, 3, S, T t 12:15 -- flovie T ·k 12:20 -Wrestling ) * 12:30 -News 12 Don Klrsrmer'i Rock Concert .. S 12:45 Classic Cliff Hanjeri ............ 3 That Good 6ie Nashville Muilo .. 7

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