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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 15

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Monday, May 27, 1974
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Advertising Light SPRINGDALE -- An outside advertising light caught fire at the Jones Grocery Store east of Spring Valley Sunday morning. Cause of the fire is not known, according to fire department reports. Damage was confined to the sign. NOW SHOWING Women's Group Elects Lawyer As President HOUSTON. Tex. (AP) -- A Chicago attorney and author has been elected president of the National Organization for Women--NOW. Karen DeCrow was elected leader of the feminist group on the third ballot Sunday night. Miss DeCrow received 512 votes to defeat Mary Jean Collins-Robson of Chicago, a full- time NOW volunteer, who received 443. Also receiving votes were Ann Lang of East Hills, Pa., and Marceline Donaldson of Wayzata, Minn. The three ballots were neces sary because no candidate had a clear majority after the first two. The organization, which claims about 40,090. members, is holding its annual conference here. Miss DeCrow will succeed Wilma Scott Heide of Hartford, Conn. Miss Heide was elected to the "chair-one" position on the national advisory committee. The TIMES It On Top of The News Seven Dovt o Week REDECORATE The finest in residential interiors and exteriors. JOSEPH G. PRICE Contractor of Fine Painting. 521-1598 Dear Helen: I've just finished talking to my husband's girlfriend. What started out as an angry confrontation by a wronged wife " HELEN HELP US By HELEN AND SUE BOTTEL 'Other Woman 7 Is Helpful, Wife Finds ended up with the "other woman" advising the wife not to leave her man. I think we could be good friends. She tried to make me realize he is still faithful to me, even though, while on his lengthy business trips to Boston (he was away from home a month at a tune), he drifted into an affair with her. The trips are now over, and the affair is over too, according to both my husband and "Mrs. X. 1 ' She begged me not to divorce him over "something that happened more through blues than any- thought "other strange-town ihing else." I always PIZZ A HUT DELIVERS! women" were predatory animals out to break up marriages. But here was a very understanding person who said she cared about my husband, but she knew he really loved only me. (And 1 love only him!) Should I believe her? -- Lost Faith Dear L.F.: Believe her! Sexual fidelity isn't the only criterion for faithfulness. Since you apparently have a good and loving husband, check the interlude down to loneliness, and file it under "Over, but not quite forgotten." --' H. Dear Helen: We are what we eat -- so we are told. Americans must be just big hamburgers, surrounded by French fries and colas, from what I observe.' There are now so many burger places -- even in the heart of New York City - that I can scarcely find a good, well- balanced American meal. Oh, sure, one can "go" Chinese, Greek, Italian, French, Japanese, Jewish...but for everyday eating. I'd like to taste something like Mother or Grandma cooked. Business people who must eat most of their meals out, have "plain" stomachs that rebel at short orders, or overfancy (overpriced) specialties. Does anyone else feel this way too? Whatever happened to gritty corn muffins, delightful tea biscuits, molasses cookies, and the old-fashioned square meals that go with them? -- E.B. Dear E.: You scarcely even find these old-fashioned delicacies at home any more, what with Mama buying package mixes, and Dad fetching in those "finger-lickin* goodies/ 1 ...Pity. -- H. GM Striken To Go Back To Work DETROIT (AP) -- Some ».- 100 General Motor* employes are due to return to work Tuesday after ratification of a contract by striking workers al GM's Fisher Body Fleetwood plant. United. Auto Workers officials declined to discuss the vole Sunday that ended a 13-day strike by 4,000 members of UAW Local IS. They said 4 passed by a "substantial mar Another 4,000 workers in the adjacent Cadillac plant and 100 on an Oldsmobile Toronado as sembly line in Lansing had been laid off because of the strike. GM spokesmen said all the workers would report for wori Tuesday. Negotiators reached a tenta live settlement in the strik over local issues Saturday, bu details of the contract have no been released. Union spokesmen had sak the dispute centered on the fall CALL 521-3O11 Now Open at 11:00 a.m. Robert Redford 'Jeremiah Johnson" Panavision** The man who becamea legend The film destined tobea classic! ;O ONE WEEK ONLY! MALL TWIN CINEMA #2 MINI TEK #I(FL Smith) STRAND NOW SHOWING THRU THURSDAY, MAY 30 (Pas* Uat Suspended) Check Theatre* lor Show Time* FOOD FOR THOUGHT My hutband l a candidate for Sheriff of Wash-1 ington County. We have been married 24 yean. I know he hat the experience, the ability, and the desire to run this important office the way you want rt to be run. I recommend that you VOTE FOR DICK HOYT Helen: How utterly disgusting, your suggestion that retarded people should have "normal sex lives." If a so-called man of 25 has the mentality of a third-grader, he should be viewed as a child. Third-graders don't marry! Your advice is sickening and demoralizing, and imbecile children might result. -Burned Up Reader Dear Reader: I think your attitude is medieval. The mentally retarded are no different from you or me in their need for loving relationships. A n d . children, as ! pointed out. can be avoided if doctors believe this is wise. -Helen Dear Helen: Thank you for championing the right of retarded people to love and be loved. They say the average newspaper reader has the mentality of a 10-year- old so this young couple isn't too bad off. Since they're able to work in a sheltered workshop and have the protection of his parents, why not marriage? ArkeMM TMH, Men, Itoy 27, 1*74 YoKig Inefttiitiliej MOUNTAIN VIEW. A r k . IP) -- Leo Sutterfield. owner the Oak Grove Lodge Nurs- · Home, Inc., here, denied under a charge that absentee sting procedures have not sen complied with concerning «veral ballots cast on behalf of patients. Thomas A.. Glaze; executive director of the Election Laws nstitute. said in a prepared jtatement Sunday that absentee allots were applied for and de- vered by' persons other than Jie voter or the voter's spouse, son, daughter, sister, brother, ather or mother -- !n apparent violation of state law. Sutterfield said that of the 54 jsidents at the nursing home 2 had voted. He said they ap lied for their absentee ballots y mail with the county clerk's ffice. "It was very legal," he said. I would very much say that the people who did vote are very qualified, registered and cry capable of voting." Glaze also had charged that some of the residents of the nursing home "know little more DENNIS THE MENACE ately staff the plant, whk rns out about 900 car bodies y for Cadillac and Oldsmo- e Toronados. Plywood Stolen SPRINGDALE -- Louise ewart. 5106 McRay St ported the theft of three eets of plywood from a utili ed on her property ear mday. Mrs. Stewart to jlice she heard her do irking in the middle of t ght, but she did not arise jnday morning she discovere iree of four sheets of plywood alued at $20, had been taken. erhaps even children, if reta ation isn't hereditary- W eny the mother and father t oy of grandparenthood? oncemed Citizen isted as having registered and voted." · He urged interested candidates to designate poll watchers for. the absentee boxes in Stone County and be prepared o challenge some of those bal- A followup-investigation will e made by the institute after he primary election, he said. According to Arkansas law. application for an absentee bal- ot can be made in three ways -- by the voter in person at the office of the county clerk, by mail, or the application can be delivered to the county clerk by the voter, the voter's spouse, son, daughter, sister, brother, father or mother. The TIMES h On Top of The Now* Savon Days a Week * IT'S TrIOSE PEOPLE XXJ WOULDN'T WASTE THE 64$* TO 60 SEE/ Gasoline Stolen S P R I N G D A L E - A p proximately 35 gallons of gasoline were stolen from two milk trucks at the Highland Dairy sometime during the weekend. The fuel which was siphoned from the trucks parked on the company lot was valued at $17.50. Truck Fire SPRINGDALE - A winch truck caught fire when jumper cables overloaded the vehicle's electric wiring Friday, the fir* department said today. The truck, owned by Midwest Steel Company, was at the Hwys. 71 and 264 intersection when tha wiring ignited causing heavy damage to the vehicle cab. · - -- C O U P O N 1 · ^ FOR THE · · *«-5J- FAM1LY ·' · · · STARRING: DAVID DOUGLAS Ken's Pizza Parlor 409 WEST DICKSON FOR 2 Order Three Pizzas - Pay For Only Two! This Coupon Redeemable at KEN'S In Fayettavilte #1* DRIVE-IN THEATRE Regular Pricn STARTS SAO UMIRffffll! NOW SHOWING THE SIXNG WINNER OF SEVEN ACADEMY AWARDS Including Best Ptetare tan. Mai 2 p.m. ROBERT REDFORD ..._ theater to rented By W BROS, far Bits mjaawnent. Tl»jr ion la ADOL/T8 a^SO, M. (Pass Ust suspended) Fnatesi Wale i a since " (») DAILY PROGRAM LISTINGS Programs subject to efciufa wtttart attic* KTOV, Tuba, Channel 2 ICtJaniMl I an caMa I KTUL, Tuba, Channel 8 (Channel « an cable In KYTV, Springfield, Channel 3 KfSM, fert Smith, Channel 5 WTV, TvJM, Channel 6 KOAM, Mtribnra, Channel 7 KOED-TV (ETV), Tulsa, Channel 11 KODE, JopEn, Channel 12 KUHI, Joplin, Channel U [Channel · ·· e*Ma III FayatMirirtot CABLE TELEVISION NBC-CBS-ABC etv 9 CH, TV Time - Weather · Musk 9 Channels · FM Radio All on "The Cable" WARNER CABLE of Fayetteville Phone 521-7730 MOVIES ON TV Monday Night 8:00 p.m. Ch. 5 - "Kid Golahad'i.(1962) Elvit Presley, Gig Young, Lola Albright 8:00 p.m. Ch. 8-1Z - "Hello Down There" (1969) Tony Randall, Jelnet Leigh, Jim Backus 10:30 p.m. Ch. 6-16 -- "Seven,Bride* for Seven Brothers" (1954) Jane Powell, Howard Keel Tuesday Night 7:30 p.m. Ch. 5 - "Exodus" (1960) Paul Newman, Eva Marie Saint, Sal Mineo 7:30 p.m. Ch. 8-12 - "Beg, Borrow" (1973) Mika Cannon, Michael Cole 10:30 p.m. Ch. 6-16 "The Left Handed Gun" (1958) Paul Newman, Ufa Milan, Hurd Harfield AUTO INSURANCE · $50,«00 Liability · $2.«N Medical · Uninsured Motorist · 5 Year Renewable Guarantee Safe ?iC .OA CKJ rt * r Drivers lOeOU Premium MeCARTNEY-FAUCETTE Mane M2-O3S UM H. 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