Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 22, 1973 · Page 21
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 21

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, February 22, 1973
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nun HELEN HELP US Role-Playing Is Not Love By HELEN AND SUE BOTTEL waiiNiniiiiiiuuiiiiniiiiniaiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiniiiiminiu Rap: How do you know it's love? I've been going with Mike for three years on and off (many times o f f ) , and when we're apart I'm depressed, but when we're together it's only wonderful until I do something to turn him off again. The main trouble is he won't let me be me. I'm constantly playing a role to fit his moods. If I'm feeling blue, I act happy. If I feel happy, I must contain myself unless he's "up" too. I must never get silly or giggly. He calls me childish if I play a joke on him. I'm not a featherhead, but 1 like f u n . I love everything from Daffy Duck cartoons to walking barefoot in the rain to sitting alone (with' him) listening ol Chopin. I have a wide range of interests but none seem to coincide with his. He gets these weird ideas ant then asks my opinion. Now ge this: if I say, "Wow, what a great idea!" he accuses me o patronizing him or being sar castic. If I say, "Boy, that', the dumbest thing I eve heard!" he gets insulted ant storms off.. And I try for the middle, like "Well, it sound okay, tell me more about it, 1 he screams that I'm actinj dumb and evasive. I've reached the point when I'm afraid to say anything t him for fear it's the wro'ni anssver. The more I try t please him. the less I succeed. It would boost my ego a lo if you'd tell me it isn't all m fault. And... when you say you lov e a c h other, and you'r miserable when you're broke up--is it love? -- Wondering P.S. I already know the an swer, don't I? Wondering: First, an ego-booster: No, isn't all your fault. When tw peoplft ean't get along, the simply aren't geared for eac other's needs. You've tried, b "playing a role to fit Mike moods"... which pleases no on because he resents your di honesty as much as you rebe at losing your own identit Perhaps he has tried too. So the big question; Is it love? I'd guess it's moi Hfeely fear of loneliness. You'v spent three years of your li in an attempt to make this permanent relationship, b you've discovered only tn b a s i s personalities seldc change -- and your two clash If you admit failure, it's start- over time, and that is no fun when you are out of practice, ft won't get easier, the longer you wait! -- Helen Wondering! I'm not as sure as my mother that people can't change--if they face up to their problems openly; stop playing game.s and level with each other. It you two didn't care a lot, would you come back together after all those breakups? Anyway, try once more before the final split, and this time--be yourself! Stop conforming to all Mike's wishes. Say what you really think, give honest compliments, but show you're proud of the way you are too. When you're always conforming to please a man, you become his Sid Caesar's Best Comedy Shows Made Into A Movie DENNIS THE MENACE By Ketcham by JAY SHARBUTT NEW YORK (AP) -- It sounds a bit weird; but, as of Friday, a movie house here will reflection. Maybe he'd rather t have a sounding board than a s mirror. -- Sue i . Note From H and S: Here's S lolher question that rates milar answers from us: Helen and Sue: My boyfriend and I have ated for almost three years, and plan a June wedding. But what I used to "take" I'm resenting more and more. He downgrades my family and friends, my car, my home, ly "spoiled" brother and "ugly" sisters. I don't mind opinions, but his are always negative. He never had much, and had to work hard for all le's got, so it's easy for him o be jealous. He's jealous of me, too. Anything I want to do, he's against. I can't leave him after leing'with him so -long, so I keep hoping he'll change after marriage. Is it possible? -- une Bride to Be leaders All: What do you think? Our answers restated, are: Helen: These marriages are probably doomed before they start, for if attitudes and personalities haven't changed in hree years, there's not m u c h lope for the future. The girls probably spurred on by "liberation talk") sense this or they wouldn't have written to us. Sue is more optimistic. She suggests: Have it out with each other. Tell the guy you won't take his bossing and needless criticism; stand up for yourself and don't back down-- but also learn what bothers him most about you. If there's no "give," lhan you'll know it should end but, maybe, just maybe, what both these fallas need is more backbone in their girlfriends. Y o u r opinions, please readers? -- Helen and Sue To Launch Probe LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Pros Atty. A. Munson of Little Rock said Wednesday he woult launch an investigation nex week to determine if there were any fraudulent signature on petitions filed last year in ar unsuccessful effort to get the candidates of the American party in Arkansas on the general election ballot. harge people money t( elections from a televi iety show of 1952-53 vir Who'd pay for that? sid Caesar fans. The 9 :ollection represents th he comedian's "SI Shows," which ran foi m NBC in the early bl white 1950s. Modern one-hoUr vei Caesar's special brand cy also soon may ap :elevision. He and his Wax Liebman, are wo outlines of three TV they hope to sell to or networks. Younger viewers wh er seen Caesar's ear should be advised the\ the American audience parts: those who c praise Caesar and th gave him the raspberr The latter folks were dismissed by the sar faction as the sort who'd baa a funeral. COMEDY APPRO The man they deb preached comedy the what differently thp stars. Among other t portrayed an accic mountain climber, a penny gum disperk hoped to hit it big as slot machine in Las V a jazz musician who v this world. He called the music ress Hornsby. Progre tenor sax and feature operator in his far-out ceep track of the man." Caesar, now 50, making sporadic mo vision and nightclub ances and working it ater. His biggest came in 1962 in "Litt Broadwav. The movie house "Show of Shows" st an Esquire magazine ry on him last May. reunion with Liebmar gram's producer an Then came a six-mon ration in which they 10 best skits from Shows" and pared i to 90 minutes. SPECIALS After that, they we sketching the TV sp( would feature a Caes £ · " · ^ · " · " · · i ^ TM . · ARKANSAS iifl si COUNTRY OPR\ 1 3 HOURS OF LIVE MUSIC er · 7:30 P.M. FRIDAY NIGHT rlsB COUNTRY- GOSPEL -COUNTRY R ty -- satirized movies. The vie- itns would be silent, Italian, Trench, British and American films. If the networks buy the shows -- and if they get high ratings -- would Caesar like to go back to television on a full-time basis? "Not in a series every week." of versions o appear on specials shows came to those who y. generally ated ap- ;n some- m other hings, he lent-prone larcenous ser that d a radar '. band "to melody, has. been wie, tele- i appear- n the the- stage hit hi: said. quality putting It's hard lo turn out week. I'm not any (weekly) every down show, b'ut I think it would be very limiting for me. "I'd much prefer to do two, three specials a year and a movie." revival of stems from creator. "Show of President Of Store To Talk At Meeting The president of Sanger- Harris department stores in D a l l a s will address the February meeting of the Marketing Club of the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville to be held jointly with the Sales and Marketing Executives Club of Northwest Arkansas. Andy Allen, a University" of Arkansas senior marketing major who is president of the Marketing Club, and Dr. L. J. Rosenberg, associate professor of makreting at the University of Arkansas and president of the SME Club, said John D. Miller has chosen "Consumerism" as the topic for his talk Feb. 26, at 6:30 p.m. at Wyatt's Cafeteria. On Tuesday morning, Miller will meet with students in two classes at the Gary Jackson and Baird are instruc- M'M NOTSUetyEITHER ...WHY PLAY CARDS OR ' * NEWS WHILE IT'S NEWS IN THE TIME orthwert Arkansas TIMES, Thwrs, f»b. 22, 1973 AVrTTCVILLI, ARKANSAS 4-H Club News yiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiraiiniiiiiiiiiiraiiiiiiiiffliMUiii GOSHEN The Goslien 4-H Club was re- rganized at a Tuesday night eeting with 20 young people net 15 parents present* Chris Quinn was elected resident and other officers are 'crry Salsbiiry, vice prosidcn nd Jeff Perry, secretary. Mrs. oe Sulsbury was named main county before it was disbanded several years ago. Efforts to organize other club* are under way and persons nterested may call the County.' Exlansion Office 442-9821 (or nelp in forming clubs. eader: roject Jim leader Diilton. and Mrs. boys Judy Jurks. girls project leader. Gosheii club had been one of he slate honor clubs and one of the most active clubs in the Bill Not Favored UTTLE ROCK (AP) -- A "do not pass" recommendation was given Wednesday by ttl« Senate Education Committee to a bill that would make driver education compulsory in public high schools effective in tb» 1973-74 school year. The bill, sponsored toy Rep. 1,. L. Bryan of Russellville. has . . been approved by the House. DARK CINEMA O ACROSS FROM U of A-- FEATURE 7:30 "BLACK MAMA" WHITE MAMA" marketing University. Thomas R. tors of these classes. Miller is president of the D a l l a s Retail Merchants Association, a member of the Board of Directors of the Dallas Chamber of Commerce, and chairman of the Advisory Board of the Opportunity and Industrialization Center operating a self-help program for the disadvantaged in Dallas. He became associated with Sanger-Harris in 1966 as vice president for personnel. In 1967 he added the responsibility of customer service. In 1970 he became president of the store. Miller holds a master's degree from Texas Wesleyan College and BLUEGRASS STARRING: ANGELIACARON · ALAIN GERMAINE FEATURE 7:30 CLOCKWORK ORANGE" ; Weekdays 7:25-9:15 OM1NATEI7 FOR 4 :ad»my AworcU Including Bnt Actrui Bail Actor Beit Picture ^·diMli /MA"H Prodocilo "SOUNDER MALCO CINEMA OM MALCO CINEMA w| HWY.71H.*«OU.m(M«lU - HWV. 71 N.» ROLIIW HllU - · 421*1920 NOW 7ilO.«;!S JOHN WHEINE HNN" ROD THBLOR GUEST STAR TED CREEKMORE FROM TULSA, OKLAHOMA TF.VUJJE * FRi., SAT., SUN. 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College 442-8S75 8:00 p.m. Ch. 6-T6-36 -- "Who's Afraid of Virginia ·Woolf" (1966) Richard Burton, Elizabeth Taylor, George Segal 11:00 p.m. Ch. 6-16-36 -- "The Swimmer" (1968) Burt .Lancaster, Janice Rule, Kim Hunter Friday Night 7:00 p.m. Ch. 2 "Hellfighters" (1969) John Wayne, Jim Hotton, Kathrine Ross 8:00 p.m. Ch. 5 "The Vikings" (1958) Tory Curtis, Kirk Douglas, Ernest Borgnine 8:00 p.m. Ch. 16-36 "Wait Unitl Dark" (1967) Audrey . Hepburn, Alan Arkin, Richard Crenna 10:30 p.m. Ch. 8 "Warlock" (1959) Henry Fonda, Richard Widmark, Anthony Quinn 10:40 p.m. Ch. 6-16-36 "Spinout" (1966) Elvis Presley, Deborah Walley 12:00 a.m. Ch. 3 "The Female Trap" (1968) Jack Lord, Susan Strasberg 12:40 a.m. Ch. 16 "Eye Of The Cat" (1969) Gayle Hunnicutr, Eleanor Parker, Michael Sarrozin INSURANCE "Personal Service With Every Policy" For All Your Insurance N««U Call 442-2335 MeCARTNEY-FAUCETTE AGENCY 1202 No. College Harris Shuffleld, Agent LOANS FOR HOMES For Expansion of An Older Home, ar T!,e Need of a New One. W« Have loans to Su'f Your Needs. FAYETTEVILLE SAVINGS LOAN ASSN. THURSDAY EVENING- f K.B Dream of Jeannle 6 Mister Bogers » The Truth _ 1 To Tell News * S:J» Electric Co. Truth or Consequence* 11 New 2. 3, t, t. ^. 12. 1*. 35 Tennis Anyone News. 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