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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 11

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*£»*wr » \ Vf,* s ' ^ t - \ · New Lineman For The County Kay K n l u F s o n . a sliulotil ill Co.'s Illinium's sclimil. gin- jiiili- iis Iwri inslriidnrs Imik ; Simllnvcsll'Ml licll Ti'll'illinrli- sorlv \vnrlcs IHT ivuy ll|i a m. ( A T W i r f p l i n t o ) : Va nisheci In Belfast I Wife W eiv For " BK1.I''AST. N o r t h e r n I r e l a n d , "TAP) -- The eyes of Ingeborg Niedenr.ayer arc h a u n t e d by · the memory of her husband. Thomas, who vanished in vin- ' lence torn N o r t h e r n Ireland more than five m o n t h s age. She waits in her s u b u r b a n · Belfast home for him to r e t u r n : -- a vigil of love that police be . licvc is becoming more and | move futile as every day passes. N i c d e r m a y e r . a '15 year old West Gorman i n d u s t r i a l i s t , was kidnaped outside b i s home last 1 Dec. 27. O f f i c i a l l y , the detectives on '. the case say they don't k n o w whether Niedermaycr is alive ; or dead, lint privately, Ihey are ' more pessimistic. Almost everyone conni'cted with N i e d e r m a y e r speaks el' 1 him in Ihe past tense. The only ; people who keep t h e i r hopes alive are his wife and Nie: dcrmaycr's colleagues in the ; Grundig electronics factors' on · Belfast's o u t s k i r t s where tic was the buss. KKKl'S V I G i r , ; Mrs. Nicdcrmayer keeps her ' vigii in Ihe ranch-style bun ', jfalow in the a f f l u e n t B e l f a s t ' s u b u r b of Suffolk where I hoy . lived for 13 .years. "I must stay here," she said. 1 "I w a n t Ifl he here in case ; T h o m a s walks through the door one day. I know lie is s t i l l ' alive, f have f a i t h . It's all H i n t has kepi me going for the l a s t five months." Nidermayer, who is also the G e r m a n consul i n Northern f r o Disturbing Peace illid, \\;is last seen around . Christmas. f i n d i n g his c a r u n m a r k e d . Tbei Today In History Uy The A s s o c i a t e d Press Today is l-'riday. J u n e 7, Ihe IfiBlh day of 1974. There are 2117 d a y s left in t h e \ ear. today's h i g h l i g h t in h i s l ; i , v : On l i i i s d a l e ill bH:!, til-: i 1 : aulii and raced o f f i n t o th \ HELEN HELP US By HELEN AMD SUE UO'lTEL Children Horrified By Dating Mother )car Helen: I-'or 24 years I was married an alcoholic who has now Iceided lo live with another won a n . ! never went out, except o work. My children got used 0 that. Since my divorce, I have met 1 very nice man who takes me ut occasionally. But my child- en violently disapprove. They hink 1 should slay home and e content to live alone the rest if my life. My m a r r i e d son says can move in wilh them h ny later years. My 15-year-old ;ays if I r e m a r r y , she win cave home. Helen, when I go out with is man I'm made to feel like c r i m i n a l . The f a m i l y doesn'i lave a n y t h i n g against h i m personally --just the fact tha Mother is "dating." I'm lonely for friends my own ige, and for male companship bought 1 don't expect to mar; soon. How can I convince my children thai -Id h o u r s if w o r k , plus housework is not s a t i s f y i n g enough? -- T.G.L. Dear T.: Your children are either very selfish or so overprotective hcy'd make a beauty pageant cba'pcronc look like Linda Love- ace. Why try lo convince when you can simplv tell your bossy o f f spring M a m a is ^i_big girl now up more "Tlie t r a i l vanished 2() pace paces i n t o oblivien." off DIM.' of the prnyincr'.s l.i.lillll policemen and British tnx,ps WL're searching for him. T h r y fimml n o t h i n g . Delectives have e x a m i n e d dozens of theories.. All were ili-asl ends SOA1K T I I K O H I E S A m o n g tin 1 Ulcorios: - N i e d e r m a y e r was abducted by I r i s h Republican A r m y g u e r r i l l a s :is a hostage to free members jailed by the British. Tlie IRA is b a t t l i n g to oust the H i i t i s h from Liu- province. grabbed h i m because he had s l i i m l V c d en a g u i i - r n n n i n r ; op alion they n m v have bfen op . Tcnn. ( A i ' » - ; · Seventy-year-old Jim S m i t h · · .stood in e:m.irl r!rrs«ed its over-: ' a l l s a n d T - s l i i r l a n d a d i n i t l e r L ' . "T d r u n k a H l l l e t u n mnt'h w h i s - ; . ky and 1 was sire-akin^ up n e a r ; the county f a r m . " ; "Rul. (here weren't no womc-n · u p there." h e tjiik'kly (old f l e n · eral Sessions Court .Tufljli 1 Stow- · art Cannon. " : C a n n o n considered this .no; n i r n ' a r i l y , ' hr'ii .'iiinonnctHl tbi* charge oT d i s f n v b i n ^ the pi-acv against StnilJi was a m e r r . t ' d 'n o m i L a n y r r f r r e i i f c l» sfre:i!; ; inii. He f i n e d SmUh $20 a m i cosls for p u b l i c drunkenness. "He insists he w;is s i i v ; i k . ing," C a n n o n said. "iJut I (frm'l : (hink anyone saw h i t n and it's t i a r d l y a crime frr a pi'r.snn tn ;strenk p r i v a t e l y . Beside, ai iiis · ape, it was probably inure l i k e " ed in a major Americai over the Japanese. On t h i s dale: In t l i S l . the f i i u m a l i n n ef f.ouis the Mill as K i n g of ranee took place ;U liheiins. h i s exploration ef t h e Ke'ilui'!-:' -=; w i l d e r n e s s . I n l!ti:2, tin 1 U n i t e d S l : i l e ; a n d ; B r i t a i n signed a tn'.i'y I'm' s u p - pression of the slave iVad; 1 . i In Iftli-l. P r e s i d e n t A b r a h a m Lincoln was I ' e i H i m i n . i U ' d In n JHepnblicnn convenliiin in B.iUi- I more. ! In Hl'l). in World War 11. or . m a n invaders ended in N o r w a y I In I f l l i T . in t h ' - M i d d l e ICa'sl i Sis-n:.y War. Israel! foivcs' d r i v i n g i n t o K;!ypl '\Mchei! t i n ; ! h a n k s ef the Suex C;!:nl i Ten years a « n : A U.S. N ' a v v j !!ut no r a n s u m demnnds ha\ : e been made and ihe I R A and other . m i r r r i l l a "roups have in- si'-ted they bad n o t h i n g to do w i t h i h e a p p a r e n t disappearance Sidney is Alive And We!! In Boslon JACKSONVILLE, Kla. (API -- Sidney the mutt lias turned alive nnd well in Bust on than six weeks after he escaped from (he baggage compartment of an airliner. But Sidney's owner, Harry Demontmollin Jr. of Jacksonville, says thai really isn't surprising. "Sidney's sort of an in terosting creature. lie's bcei bitten hy a rattlesnake and giv en ni) for dead and hit hy a cat and given up for dead." The do" escaped April 19 al Boston's Logan I n t e r n a t i o n a Airport while Demontnipllin operations director of a private iron school here, and his wife ivcr'c f l y i n g from Maine, when. they have a f a r m , to Jackson vill'e. After searching in vain fo Sidney, tlie Dpnionlmollins con tinned the f l i g h t . "That n i g h t Delta Airline; culled and said the dog wai spotted on the runway," i)e montmollin sshl. "They stopped landings for an hour lo try lo catch "llie (log, but he was loo frightened." On Monday an a n i m a l hospi tal here called Demontmollin to say the Boston A n i m a l Hescne League had picked up the pnnch about 10 miles from the airport. "My wife is going to Maine next week and the a i r l i n e w i l l bring Sidney to the a i r p o r t it: Boslon." D e n l o n t m o l l i n sai Tuesday. "He's going Lo sta\ on the f a r m ;dl sivmrncr anc we'll bring him back by car." Denionlmollin described Sid ney as "just a m i x e d brown male dog that we got from the h u m a n e society six years a Ik added: "I figure he's now been resurrected t h r e e times." intl has earned the right to dat- ng privileges? -H 3ear Helen: You suggested (hat n woman cream "Kire," rather Ihar "Help" if allackcd by a rapisl this lo the girl wlio had lo valk down a dark street at, I I .in. on her way home from vork). Have yon checked w i t h the aws 'concerning this? I always bought it was u n l a w f u l to yell 'Kire" falsely, as it could canst janic and injuries. -- Mrs. E.A. )ear Mrs. A.: Panic and injuries on a dark, oncly street? Hardly! I t h i n k a threatened rape vic- im has a right to scream w h a t ivcr will bring help fastest, am. I think "lite law" will a g r e e vith me. II. )ear Helen: Those had times are past woefully, but I'd still l i k e li inswer the woman who though' he energy shortage miglv cause a population explosion, jecanse people s l a y e d home ind went lo bed earlier to kcc| warm. d o n ' t ' think he had mncl to worry about because if ih early-lo beds were as cold a. I was climbing in between thosi ! -- sheets, they were all pro lectcd tinder two pairs of socks f l a n n e l pajamas, and a t'ul ength bathrobe! --No Chanci For Messing round Dear Helen: I am a single woman in mi ids. not bad looking (so Fir told). The problem is, 1 am h u wheel chair. 1 have a very good job. ge along with people and havi many friends, i n c l u d i n g tnali friends--but no boyfriend. Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Friday, June 7, 1974 FAYETTEVJLLK, A R K A N S A S .. VOU'FOLKSWENTTOBEO.' In Wednesday'! Bank Robbery MAGNOLIA. Ark. CAP) Two persons vrero chnrged with iimietl Followin Taylor robberv Wednesday 1 the robbery (if branch of tlie the the robbery on his siolice radio nnd then spoiled a car f i t t i n g the description of the getaway vehicle. He gave chase and appre- eiulcd a male and a fenulc uspect near Stamps. Taylor is Columbia County, in the otitbwest corner of the scute cst of Lafayette County. Mrs. Alvill Souter, owner o service station across the (reel from the bank, saiti she ailed police after the trio uset the restrooms at her slaipn . I have f e e l i n g s , hopes dreams, j u s l like any other wo mon. Why do men shy away from Ibe handicapped, who would make great sweethearts and wives? We wouldn't tie burdens live. National Dank of Magnolia, a ihen '.v.'ilkcd i n t o the h a n k . ' spokesman for the M a g n o l i a Local police arrived just Police Department said. I (] 1C robbers left the bank. However, the identities of ihe 0 two were not released. Police saici S h e r i f f Gordon we've learned how to Helen, please ask the guys lo give us a chance. -- Hoping Dear Hoping: I certainly w i l l ! Mean while, why not join a club for handicapped people? Here, you can help olhers while they help yotl.--H. Huntei 1 of Columbia County and two deputies went to Dallas, Tox., Wednesday night to try to apprehend a t h i r d .suspect wanted in connection \vilh the robbery. The police spokes man said [he suspect, who allowedly escaped on foot with the 517. ODD taken in the robbery, bought a bus ticket to C a l i f o r n i a . The bus stopped at Dallas at 10 p.m. Wednesday. ett Sheriff Wade Talum of Lat'ay- te County said he heard about Call Williams Co. for 'CANCER CARE" Insurance Earl N. Williams ^Eugene J. 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