Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 26, 1974 · Page 21
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 26, 1974
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14-ox. Cup Coca-Cola® FREE with purchase of any Sandwich and Fries. Offer Good Thru June 28 man remember when you're hungry., it only takes a minute roanl 529 N. College -- 521-1062 324 W. Dickson -- 443-3123 BONANZA The family restaurant even a father could love. 2356 N. College Fayetteville Phone 521-3565 Bishop's Week Under Way At Mount Sequoyah Pastors, district superintend- nts. and United Methodist laity om the eight-state region of e South Central Jurisdiction athered here at Mount sequoyah Assembly Monday for ishops' Week. Nearly 500 denominational aders are participating in the ur day event that closes h u r s d a y. Bible study, reaching, and gospel singing 111 highlight the fellowship eek. Planned by the 10-member ollege of Bishops, the "camp nccting" styled program is isigned for "a relaxed time way from- the daily routine of o r k responsibilities," ac - ording to Bishop W. Mcrerrin owe. Dallas. Bishop Stowe is hairman of the planning ommittee. "The major purpose of this vent is fellowship among ministers and lay people oming from the 17 annual con- erences in the region," said ishop Stowe. Gospel Sing Set The' Singing Faulkner Family : Hunlsville will perform in special gosepl singing service 'ednesday nigst at the Evan elistic Chapel, 25 E. South St Everyone is invited to attent te service. new ORLG1I1S SPGCWL 4 days, $186.78* Tour historic New Orleans al a reduced rate ot only 4186.78 per person for four days and three i!g his--Thursday, July 4 through Sunday, Jul/7.Trip [deludes: ·Round-trip air fare from Fayelteville «Three nights at Boyrtxjn- Orleans Hotel "Transfers from afrport to hotet and back -Choice of Mississippi River Cruise on S. S. President or Bayou Cruise on Mark-Twain ·Choice of bieaktast at Brennan'sor dinner at Lo Restaurant Maurice ·Choice of 1 of 3 city tours ·Cocktail and a souvenir doubloon at the Top of the Mart. ·Based on minimum of 10 passengers. Call now to ensure reservations: WORLD-WIDE TRAVEL SERVICE INCORPORATED B Norlh School Avenue 521-7460 HELEN HELP US By HELEN AND SUE BOTTEL . Should The Office 'Budd/ Be Trusted? Dear Helen: My first husband was honest and considerate -- and kept other women at their distance. Now I have met a widower of 50 who tells me he loves me, but I'm afraid I'd have nervous breakdown if I marri«d hint. Young girls in his office sign their memos with "Love," "Kisses," "Affectionately" arid other quips. They send him valentines and other g r e e t i n g cards with gushy sentiments. A "friend of the family" visited him from out of town. He saw nothing wrong with the fact that she was female. Am 1 too narrow, as be says? Should I believe these are just friends and the secretaries are kidding? Or am I right in being Afraid to Marry Him Him Dear Afraid: My guess is "Yes!" to the first two questions, and. unless you can change your attitude, a definite "Yes!" on the third. It's a pretty sure thing that secretaries make over this man because he's "safe," the type who is loveable but not lecher ous and therefore has many women friends. But if you can't share him, then don't marry him! You'd both be miserable. -- H. ^ '"TlWT. Tt WCfTX ,* NOW SHOWING Filmed in Arkansas Dear Helen: I can't understand these women who cling to their bus bands like jealous octupuses. I'd me miserable if my man didn't kid with his secretaries and harmlessly "flirt" with my women friends. I'm proud o] his popularity, and secure my marriage. As the saying goes, "The larking dog doesn't -bite, bui »ware the quiet one." Any trustful wife understands a joker: every girl at the office s my husband's girlfriend -le likes them and they like lim. But there it ends, am everyone knows it. At home.when I am in a bad mood, he says, "Hey, if you don't love me, I have a dozen girls in my office. Just say the word and I'll start a harem. My answer is, "OK, duck." -One Smart Happy Wife Dear Helen: My wife, who was keen careers for women before she married, has become the Club Woman type. She's out a lot but just spins her wheels, ana frankly she's getting to be a bore. She always said she'd go bad to work when the kids wer all in school, but I wonder i she now means "in college"? Maybe I'm going against my brothers" when I say 1 wish ' wife would get interested women's liberation. I'd like be liberated from a female TO h a s regressed from teresling woman to a vapid msewife! Hovy can I raise her con iousness lo pre marriage vel? -- Short-Changed Hus and Husband: Perhaps your wife is jus oing through the "Club Woman iase," which usually follows i e "Intense Motherhocx eriod," and often precedes the What Am I Doing with Mi fe?".quandary that sends hei ut in search of a job. You can hurry this along with mversation and some get-toge- ers with married friends who ren't into the club scene. -- Got a problem? An adul' bject for discussion? You can Ik it over in her column iu write to Helen Botte], care Northwest Arkansas TIMES. Opposition Grows To Loyalty Oath Proposal by The Associated Press Judith Rogers, president ot the Arkansas affiliate of the American Civil Liberties Union, said Sunday that she thoughl state Rep. Bobby Glover o! Carlisle was insulting the teachers of Arkansas by asking the legislature to require them to sign loyalty oaths. Both Ms. Rogers and Dr. Carl R. Reng. president of Arkansas State University, said in separate interviews Sunday that it would be uncon stitutional to require employes of only colleges and universities to sign such an oath. However, Ms. Rogers al said she thought such an oath would be unconstitutional even if expanded to include other groups. The two were commenting on measure that Glover wants the General Assembly to adop during its special session. Glover first asked the Legis lative Council to tack on a provision to construction bills for colleges that would require col lege and university faculty members and administrators lo sign loyalty oaths as a pre requisite for those institution' SMORGASBORD IfljT LUNCH ALL THE PIZZA Now Mon. thru Fri. 11-2 AND SALAD YOU CAN EAT Also Men., 5-8 p.m. All locations $1*5 1 Bring th« Kids -- Only lOc Per Year of Age. 314 South School 2325 North College Highway (A West, Springdale Arfcanm TIMES, Wed., June 26, 1974 AVCTTIV1LU, ARKANSAS state construction said the measure receive unds. He later I so would apply to other state gencies and to public school eachers. Reng of Jonesboro .said that e thought a Communist would ign a loyalty oath as quickly s anyone else, thus defeating he oath's purpose. He said he didn't think the SU faculty would favor the jroposal. "I think it should ap- ·ly to everyone it we're going o do it." Reng said. "I person Ily don't have any objections o it, but I think some people ouid." Ms. Rogers, an attorney, said hat she thought Glover was in ulting "the teachers of Aransas who have served so loy- illy in our schools...for inadequate recompense." "I think that patriotism is exemplified by the way people act everyday during their lives, not y getting upon the floor of the egislature and deprecating h L statements or signing oaths. "I think it someone were a subversive...the signing ot a oyalty oath would not in any way stop them." she said. citizens added. of the state." she She said she thought patri otisrn was a matter of persona, conviction and that i* was "no Thornton Favors WASHINGTON (AP) - Rep. Ray Thornton. D-Ark.. a mem- tetl of the House Judiciary Committee, said that he voted Tuesday against making e v i - dence against President Nixon public because he believed the material should be released more judiciously. "I would have supported the release of all material necessary for a full, complete debate on a charge under consideration by our committee at the appropriate time." he said. Thornton said he couldn't support an immediate resolution to release all material presented in executive session before all evidence had been gathered. He said the committee probably should not release any material not necessary to a deci- against the specific charge President if it proven just by making public ties. harms the rights ot other par. Open-8:00» Showtime 8:45 NOW SHOWING Me would live rtc ·r mx *| all. OMN 7:00 P.M. SUN. tttru THURS. On* Feature -- rri. a. tat. 7:»-«h« tat * I... Mat. I p iT.nn.iMUHie.wur Feeture 7:20.9:2* |* Open 7:00 p.m. Sun. Mat. 2 P.M. Fat. 7:10 * 5:15 Birtcllen4 The KM are back, h Km. Mat. I P.M. j Bent Mil* Ike Fun! (I Dent Mb II! LOOK WHAT'S COMING K1D-" MALL TWIN MALCO TWIN Clint Eastwood In -- "The 3 MusketMrs" ' '. "Thunderbolt and ' ! Lightfoor" ; -' ' - -" - V V . ' . 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