Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 9, 1972 · Page 8
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, August 9, 1972
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MVITTIVH.L*,' TTfflH, AMKANIA* 9, mm HELP-US ndecisioh Meant 5 Banishment · HELEN AND SUE BOTTEL. /Dear Helen: ' I've b e e n excommunicated J 1 from a'religlous sect in which £ my prospective bride has be- V'come cngrossedly involved. She J decided lo dedicate her life to ! "this service. I had doulils about 3 s"ome of the motives and aims ; and I showed my Indecision, so J they "banished" me. tril still want to marry my girl but 1 guess they have more of 1 'a hold over her lhan I do. "How" do I proceed? -- So-Called Undesirable Person , Dear person: I r e a d between the lines 1 that you consider your girl a "willing" prisoner and your ^ real question is "How can 1 get her out of tins mess?" You . could have a point: a sect which ' "banishes" anyone who questions it may have something to hide. i Why not discuss the situation with a clergyman you trust? ; Perhaps the combined etforls of i several-knowledgeable persons can persuade youi- fiancee that all -"religious", groups aren't truly Christian. -- H. Dear Helen: I used to go t o "X-rated" movies about once a month. Well, maybe oflener. Whenever my wife had art evening meeting, I went down to the adult theater. Told her it was better than a topless bar. The other night I found my wife in the audience. I'd thought she was at a bingo party. ^When I confronted her, she said we had equal rights and. from now on, we'd go where we pleased, and maybe I'd learn sometliing after a while. I don't like the idea of my wife going to X-movies without me, or even with me. What did she mean by that remark? -Bothered/Husband Dear. Husband: Perhaps your wife meant, "This'll teach you!!" j'Why don't you two compro raise and start attending tt- rated films together? -- H. that'threats and crackdowns Cor Mama's protection!) aren't going .to work any better here than they've worked in the past. · : · : . ' , , Somehow you must get to the real reasons for resentment (his as well as hers). A professional counselor is your best hope. -- H. · · Offlclol Visitor TOKYO (AP) -- Prime MItv later Kukucl Tnnaka said today lie will visit Communist China In September for talks on normalizing Tokyo-Peking rein- lions. '· : : \ ' ' ; ' : ' '·- ' · '} Japanese press reports have said Tnnaka will go to Peking between Sept. agreement is 20. und reached 25; It within his Liberal-Democratic parly. 1 "Speaking with newsmen, Tan- iika snid the lime Is ripe for him to visit China. : , This column is dedicated to family living so if you're liavirig kid trouble or just plain trouble, let Helen help J'bu. Slie will welcome 1 your own amusing "experiences. Write to Helen B o t t ' e l iti care of Northwest Arkansas TIMES. Women Respond To Unusual Ad On Pregnancy PHILADELPHIA (AP) -The[advertisement, read: "Wuhlcd: Female to become prcgiinnl. : Must be 'muter 26, Caucasian, intelligent and Intcr- esling, 510,000 tee plus expenses for nh 18-monlh .period, plus educational scholarships and fringe benefits."'' How muny women would be willing to onlcr Into'such BII arrangement? Hundreds, snys Leonard E Goociturb, ft Philadelphia ac coiinlnnl who placed the phony want ad last week in the underground newspaper "Thursday's Drummer." Goodfnrb eatl Tuesday h« ms rocolvcti culls Irom about 500 women'and Ims .Interviewed about '40 applicants In person. "The forces, tho.urges lliat mnko one want lo create llfo are still.present," Goodtarb said, "This is very refreshing nftor rending nlwul abortions and contraceptives and nil that," Many of the .women didn't want any money at all, ho said, "and curiously enough, no one askc-d who tlio father woiild bo." ' . ·'· ' '· " · · Gooiifarb described the polen- llat mothers «s "very nice and polite" in lone, rather than desperate. "One said the idea always fascinated her,: having a child;'he said. "But she wouldn I know what to do with' it atlei'r ward. , "Another one, a fashion mod el from California, said tlial she doesn't like Hie idea ol marriage but slia does like (he dciv of « child, "Ami another was a wife who snid sho could vise the money to put her husband through school." Goodfarb told callers ho represented a · childless Philadelphia couple. Tho wife, ho said, was unahlo to boar a child for medical reasons. Later, he admit ted there was no such couple, , "As a professional ceonomtu mathematician, I wanted to find out what price pregnancy carries," he said In ex planation of the ad. "But on « deeper level, I wanted to pin point "a'' serious sociological problem. , '"Suppose your wife can't pro ducc a child. Do you throw her out? Maybe she's nice, you love her, So here, they would have ani idenl solution." Goodfarb .-- 45. married 2 years and childless ^- wa Di*i In Foil i SAN FRANCISCO .(AP) '"Former boxer Eddie Machcn, 10, once tho No. l-rnnklng lianvywclgjil' contender, died Monday' In: an. apparent fall from Ms socond-slory apartment. Plagued ty mcntul 111 ness, Machon's career crnm bled after a brilliant string ot 25 wins, His first loss came from, ·Sweden's Intfemar Johansson in 1058. __ asked whether such a mcthot would be suitable for him. "My · wife's -only temporarily impaired, so I have no Imme dlate reason to do anything'like that myself," he replied. "How ever, if two or Ihree years iron now we: were still'childless and if It were a customary practice I might turn to it." Child Anonist TULSA, Oklii, (AP) - horlUcssMd Tuesday a U old girl hns told ehorlf 8 ties that she Had no » »» » r « s . it her ftraiidmolhor 8 homo w Bu'ford Colony. . -TUB girl snid she sot the fires b e e n u s o her grandmolher "fussed nt her" and rnndo her work. She said she hoped to make the older woman i»°vo. Mrs. Knlherino Jefferson, 75, had become so concerned over the rash o! fires that she would sit 'nights outside her home with a shotgun In her H a n d and n water buckclncnrDy^ ^·^_ GATES BLEMISHED TIRES Road Hazard Guaranty BOB BROWN TIRE 2407 N. 71 441-4181 Dear Helen: Our daughter resented our rules so she ran away from home and stayed two weeks at 1 a girl friend's house. She was - amazed when we wouldn't fi- ° nance her stay, and she fmal- - ly returned when her father " said he wouldn't send her back .to private school this ^fall if ) she stayed away. S h e is not doing well in ', ' school. There have been brush- v es with drugs and other prob- - lems. The biggest problem t h a t faces me now is that she start', ed going steady wmle she was '~ t tat her friend's house (where , there is 1 practically no super ' vision). Now she insists that I r sign for her so that she can 'get The Pill from a doctor at . the" Community Center She J; isn't' quite 16, so a parent's , okay is required. But she says 5 "Don't tell Dad, he. , wouldn t understand!" ' ' l I r know it's better for a de r' termined girl to be safe than 5 pregnant, but it's true, her father'wouldn't understand. He , is less and less inclined to pay '· for her private school when he gets nothing but insubordina . rtion. Should I keep this secret " 1,'or share it rwith him? -- Mrs. r; j. w. \: Dear Mrs'. W.: E - This latest problem isn't the ' i '.biggest." It's just another of . '.the many indications that the i", three of you need family thera- ;· By all means, discuss your ; j daughter's latest decision with f £ her; father, but make it plain THEY'RE MOVING MEN, NOT MIRACLE MEN Expert care and handling of your household possesslonsls everything you can reasonably expect from the moving man. Ha can't put that old r familiar neighborhood In a crate .,. move the corner drug store to yournew home town ... bring along Johnny's old school or Mary's favorite hairdresser. Neither can your Welcome Wagon Hostw-Work miracles. But sh* can and will provide directions lo the community facilities you need, and bring with her a galaxy of gifts from Its leading merchants. 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