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DENNIS THE MENACE By Ketcham HELEN HELP US By HELEN AND SUE BOTTBL Wife Feels Children, City Shut Her Out Northwest Arkahtai TIMES,. Wed., Aug. 7, 1974 · FAYETTrVILLl. ARKANSAS Dear flelen: My husband is crazy about his three children, but he had no room for me. The problem: he's a very civic-minded person and, between community affairs and sports events, I was shut out completely. ' Three months ago (after a WWSTO (W DOLL? WITH yA,MARQ4RET. Four States Select Parly Congressional Nominees By The Associated Press Sen. Thomas F. Eagleton has easily won renominalipri in Missouri's Democratic primary but the man dropped'as his party's 1972 vice presidential candidate is ruling out any future bid for national office., In Kansas, Rep. William R. Roy became the overwhelming choice of Democrats to run for the U.S. Senate against incumbent Sen. Bob Dole, former Republican national chairman. Michigan Democrats picked former state Sen. Sander Levin for an election rematch against another Republican incumbent, Gov. William S. Milliken. And Sen. Frank Church handily won renomination by. Idaho's Democrats. These were some of the results in the only four states that held primaries Tuesday.. Less than onethird of Missouri's registered voters turned out, but Eagleton rolled up per cent of the tally. He will defend his seat against former Rep. Thomas B. Curtis, his Republican counterpart who also had little trouble being nominated. In 1968 Eagleton won his first Senate seat by narrowly defeating Curtis, then a nine term congressman Louis. from St "I have no national ambitions whatsoever, and you can put a triple exclamation point .after that," said Eagleton. Two years ago he was removed from the second spot on George McGovern's presidential tlck'e after he disclosed that he hai ndergone treatment for 'men- al depression. In Kansas, Roy rolled up 84 er cent of the vote to crush ormer state treasurer George fart. Dole was unopposed in he GOP primary. State. Senate President Robt F. Bennett held a tenuous ead early today, over attorney Don Concannon in the race for he Republican gubernatorial -omination. State Atty. Gen. Vern Miller vas unchallenged for the Democratic nomination for gov- rnor. In Michigan there also was no opposition for Milliken as he von renomination from the Republicans. Levin brushed aside the chal- enge of former Detroi Mayor Jerome Cavanagh by a 2-1 margin to capture the Democratic nod. · · · · · . In 1970, Milliken edged Levin y one per cent of the total vote, and on Tuesday he immediately challenged Levin to a debate. Levin promised to give [he voters a straight answer, because ."people don't believe in politicians any more.'* In Idaho, three-term .incumbent Sen. Frank Church won the Democratic nomination for re-election in a landslide over Leon Olson of Boise. He will face Republican nominee Bob Smith, a former aide to GOP Rep. Steve Symms. Smith 'swamped two opponents to become the Republican choice. showdown), he left, saying he needed more time for his work, without aggravation. But he manages to see his children everyday. Now I've met an older businessman who is crazy about me and wants me to get a divorce so we can marry. But suddenly my husband shows great interest in me again. From being sad and lonely, I am now wanted by two men. The wealthy (older) man would give me anything I wanted. My soft-skulled.husband still loves sports and community work. I'm afraid I'd go back.to being just the mother of his children who doesn't count. Could a man change?^ Or is it best to choose the man who puts me first? -- Undecided Dear UN: Yes, a man can change -Dut don't count on it! Have you considered, per- iaps, that you could change too? If you became more interested in community work, then yo umigiit share your husband's pleasure in it and, in turn, he might give up a few sports events for your pursuits (or pursuit of you). Since you enjoy being wanted jy two men, why not wait a few months longer for your decision? Bui keep in mind: the person who always puts you first can be a great burden -unless you love him. -- H. Unless Impeachment Changes Schedule TV Networks To Premiere Shows Sept. 9 Dear Helen: In your "Things I can Do Without" column you mentioned the traffic cop who, after giving you a ticket, says, "Have a nice By JAY SHARBUTT N E W ' Y O R K (AP) -- Unless impeachment debates change planned schedules, all three TV networks will hold "premiere week" -- the start of the fall TV'season -- the week of Sept. ) amid mu drumbeating. evening Here's a sure way not to get a ticket, if you're a woman: Burst into tears. Even a policeman can't stand to see a female crying wildly. His first thought is to get away from there fast. So open the floodgates, and he'll give you only a warning and leave -- Experienced Dear Ex: Don't bet more than you can afford to lose on it! !-- H. Dear Child of ours -- yodr Woolen Evaluates Stale Energy Act FORT SMITH, Ark. (AP) -Jim Woolen of the Arkansas Petroleum Council said Tuesday that the Consumer Energy Act, if passed, would roll back recent increases in crude oi prices. "This action would surely reverse the recent trend toward increased drilling activity," Woolen said. The bill xvould extend government regulations and price control over oil and natural gas and would create a federal oil and gas corporation. Woolen told a Fort Smith civic club that the measure would discourage current efforts to produce ' more oil and natural gas. Because of what he termed the "consistent record of failure" of federal controls over natural gas for the past 20 years, Woolen said he thought Congress should eliminate controls over natural gas production and let economic forces operate in a free market. Dear Helen: A friend of mine had to put her child out for adoption. Realizing the little girl might someday be very curious, she wrote her a letter which the social worker said would be »iven to the adoptive parents .0 pass on to her. It started: OURS: Yes. natural parents and your adoptive parents. We all love you and want you to have a healthy, happy, busy life. But the real purpose of this letter is to tell you about your "natural family." Then' she described herself, the child's father, their parents, said there were no "inherited diseases," told some personal anecdotes, explained why s h e felt it best to give her baby up though she loved her very much. ' It was a long letter, full of concern and love, but, of course, it gave no clue about identities. , I think adopted children would not feel "lost" if they knew more about their roots, and what better way than via letters from the women who bore them? I wonder why more girls don't think of this when they give up their babies? -- T.F. two won't start during pre Those shows, both on ABC- TV, are "Nakia," an hour-long action-adventure series about a Navajo heritage, Revue, starring Sonny Bono, but not Cher, who has left him. Excluding ABC's "NFL Men- Nakia debuts Saturdy, Sept. 21 and the Bono show Sept. 22. day Night Football show, 62 Another ABC scries, "Thai's networks lineups for the new alion comedy about a black season. Of these, 25 are new. family in Washington, D.C., is CBS has five new shows and the only new show getting NBC and ABC 10 each. Accord- jump on premiere week. ABC ing to network spokesmen, only says it'll air Sept. 4, a Wednesday. Lady cops, whose ranks are swelling on bi'g-cily police forces, will make a limited dent in this season's law-and-order gang- on TV. Premiere week features two of the breed -- "Christie Love" on ABC and "Police Woman" on NBC. The shows respectively slar Teresa Graves and Ange Dickinson, both as- undercover detectives. Another NBC series, "Amj a Prentiss," features Jessica Walter as a police lieutenant in charge of -male cops. The show replaces the "Hcc Ramsey' segment on NBC's "Sundaj Mystery Movie" quarter, but NBC says it doesn't know yet i Lt. Prentiss will report for dutj Sept. 15. Only two new shows. -- CBS "Rhoda," a spinoff f r o m : t h e "Mary Tyler Moore Show" am NBC's "Born Free" -- are on the Monday schedule during television's big week, and n new series will appear Tuesday nights. ' · The week's real rush of nev series starts Wednesday, Sop: 11, with "Sons and Daughters and "The Manhunter" on CBS "Little House on the Prairie, "Lucas Tanner" and "Petro celli" on NBC and "Christ! Love" on ABC. On Sept. 12, NBC's "Sierra and "Movin' On' shows an ABC's "Paper Moon" an "Harry 0" series will debut 'a regular programs. CBS' new offering for Frida the 13th is "Planet of II Apes." , NBC will provid "Chico the Man," VTh Rockford Files" and Polic Woman", as its new-show fai that night, while ABC is offe ing "Kodiak," "Texas Whee Got a problem? An adult subject for discussion? You can talk it over in her column if you write to Helen Bottel, care Northwest Arkansas TIMES. The Lady Gets A Hand Sporting a tiny ring on her finger, Alicia Maria Ponce of Creve Coeur, III, curls h e r hand around the finger of her mother, Mrs. Ismael Ponce. Alicia Maria weighed o n e pound, six and three-quarters ounces when she was h o r n four months premature on April 19. She was released at four pounds, eight ounces on July 13 and is now thriving at home. (AP Wirenhoto) TO GET AWAY FROM IT ALL ~ GAINESVILLE. Fla. (AP) -is riot the warmth of the tar- aac that lures snakes on to ghways but an urge to get way from it all, says a univer- ly researcher. ; "They seem to be just getting way from it all, probably from eer pressures arid population r o b 1 e m s , ' ' says Hichard 'ranz, an associate at the Uni- ersity of Florida museum. .Every Monday night, Franz atrols U.S. 441, through larshland known as Paynes rairie, collecting snakes killed y cars. ·". Franz, who studies the dead nakes to determine their sgjs, ge and travel patterns, esti- -nales 18,250 are killed along he 1.5-mile stretch of highway outh of here every year. : "From the 1,200 specimens ve've studied during the pa'st ·ear, fewer than 20 were poi- ous," Franz says. " and "Kolchak: The Night Stalker." · On Saturday, Sept. 14, the new regular, snows kicking off are "The Paul Sand" show on CBS and ABC's "The New Land" series, to be joined-a week later, by "Nakia." The only, blockbuster movies in the premiere week lineup are the film version of "M-A-SH," aired by CBS Friday night, Sept. .13, -and :"Klute," starring Jane Fonda as a prostitute and Donald Sutherland as a detective. NBC says it'll show that film Saturday Sept. 15. 1821 Green Acres Rd. Fayelteville, Ark. 443-5267 . 908 W. Sunset , Springdale, Ark, 751-1004 Valid Thru Sun., Aug. 11 DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM ard «//«/?- 3 SHOWS NITELY CONTINUOUS FROM DARK FIRST TIME TOGETHER! BOTH FILMED IN ARKANSAS Store Radio Poll LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Fifty- eight per cent of those responding to a Central Arkansas public opinion poll Tuesday said President Nixon should not resign. The poll was conducted by Little Rock radio station KARN, which said it received 229 telephone calls during five hours. Of that number, a spokesman said 133 people said they were against resignation and 96 were for resignation. The station told its listeners that anyone wishing to express their veiws on resignation could call the station and have their response noted. KARN is a 5,000-walt station hat is heard throughout Cen- ral Arkansas. DAILY PROGRAM LISTINGS Programs subject to change without notice KTEW, Tulsa, Channel 2 (Channel I «n ciblt In Fayeifivlllc) KYTV, Springfield, Channel 3 KFSM, Fort Smith, Channel 5 KOTV, Tulsa, Channel 6 KOAM, Pitfsburg, Channel 7 KTUL, Tulsa, Channel 8 : (Channel 1 on tanlt In Faytt*vtlM : ; KOED-TV (ETV), Tulsa, Channel!! KODE, Joptin, Channel 12 I KUH1, Joplin, Channel 16 ? ; [ChanMl I en cabla In Faye«evm«)V NOW SHOWING Show Starts 8:40 STARTS WEDNESDAY Feature 8:35 WM as the swamps that spawned her, She pumped HOT BLOOD and Plus "THE HITCH HIKERS HOT LEAD! HALF ANIMAL Sun. Mat. 2 P.M. (PC) tier Fonda -- Susan George LUIlTYIVIflllV CRAZYLARRV Open 7 1Z» Sunflya Mallnee Z P.M. RATED PG) One lor All -- All (or Fun ·«i.i»» 9-lo Saa. 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FM Radio Time - Weather - Special Events ' MOVIES ON TV Wednesday Night 7:30 p.m. Ch. 8-12 -- "The Stranger Who Looks like Me" (1974) Meridith Baxter, Beau Bridges 8:00 p.m. Ch. 2-3-5-7 -"The Healers" (1974) John Forsythe, John Mclritire, Season Hubley 10:30 p.m. Ch. 6-16 -- "Assignment K" (1968) Stephen Boyd, Camilla Sparv Thursday Night 8:00 p.m. Ch. 16 - "The Looking Glass War" (1970) Christopher Jones, Pia Degermark, Ralph Richardson 10:30 p.m. Ch. 16 - "Olley" (1969) Tom Courtnay, Romy Schneider 11:30 p.m. Ch. 6 '-- "Requieum for a Secret Agenl" (1965) Stewart Granger 1974 COLOR TV NOW AT ENTERPRISE ^ Sight and Sound , Z333 N: College ' 44Z-85T5" Buy Your Carpet Direct From- The Local People That Make It. Where You Get The Best Andi Save The Most. . ' ·'-'· Lawrence Carpel Mills, Inc. ! . , SPRINGDALE, ARK. HIGHWAY 68 WEST 751-7981: OZARK HOME AND GARDEN CENTER · Shrubs · Seeds · Insecticides · House Plants · Landscaping Service 20 E. Township Rd. '/i Mile West Whit Chevrolet "We Give Your Green Thumb A^ Helping Hand" - WEDNESDAY EVENING ·k 5:00 -Sesame Street 11 Twilight Zone 13 Andy Griffith 6 Truth or Consequences "3 New* 5. 8 To Tell Tho Truth * 5:30 - New« 2, 3. 5 6, 7, 12, 16 Truth or Consequences ~ * 6:00 - Tnsidc Oklahoma Education .... 11 News 2, 3, 5. 6. 1, 8. 12 16 * 6:30 Green Acres The Cowboys S Hogan's Heroes Felony Squad Grand Master Chess Hollywood Squares 3, 12 Wait Til Your Father Gels Home . .. - ·. Hudson Brothers Cowboys 6.-16 * 6:55 - . Harvest Time Tabernacle ...... 5! Project ......... . ................ 6 Moments of Meditation ........ 8 *7:00- Death Valley Days ............ 12 CBS News .......... , ...... 6. 16 Country Music Time ........... « Today .................. 2, 3, I, 7 * 7:30 - . Dennis the Menace ......... 12 * l:H- Captain Kangaroo ............ 6, 16 Sesame Str-eet ................. 12 Cartoon Circus .................. » * 8:JO I Oklahoma: Thursday ..... « ...... 8 * 9:00 Name That Tune .. Sesame Street ..... 9 A.M ............. Joker's Wild ........ It's Your Bet ....a.. Movlo .............. * 0:30 Gambit .............. Winning SLrcak ____ To Tell The Truth *· 10:00 Now You See It . High Rollers ....... All My Children ... '* 10:30 Brady Bunch Chase ;. 2 3. 5, 7 Zoom ·*- 7:JO Great American Dream Machine Movie 8, 12 * 8:00 Movie ..". 2, 3, 5, Cannon 6, 8:30 -Boarding House , II * 3:00 Festival Films 11 Doc Elliot 8, 12 Kojak 6, 16 ' 9:30 -Today's Yoga 11 * 10:09 News .:.:.. . R S, 5. 6 7. 8. 12, 18 *· 10:30 Wide World Special 12 Perry Mason 8 Movie 6, 16 Johnny Carson 2, 3 5. 7 if 11:30 Wide World Special 8 * 12:00 -Tomorrow Z 3, 5, 7 * 12:30 -Project 6 * 1:00 Today's World ) THURSDAY MORNING*6:30- Farm/Ranch Report 5 * 6:35 Inspiration 2 * 6:40- BR'ER FRAN'S "For A Good Time Tonight" NEW SUMMER HOURS: · OPEN 7 P.M. to MIDNICHT'V MON. thrj SAT. ENTERTAINING WED. THRU SAT.-;i Fayetfeville's Own CATES GANG ."· EASTGATE SHOPPING CENTER ··'- FAYETTEVILLE 521-9303 '···· * G:50 Light of Life Today in Agriculture 7 GET OUT OF TOWN : Drive out to Hickory creek Rec. Area -' and dine at THE BARN 264 East off Kwy. 71 Steaks and shrimp, homemade clnnamoft-- rolFf. relishes, and salads. Family style fish fry Friday. Bar BQ Ribs Saturday. Open 5-10 p.m. Sat. and Sun. 12 noon-10 p.m. Ctosed Mon. and Tuu.- Cairw lee us at beautiful Beaver Lake, 2 5, 7 ... 6, 2. 3, 5, 7 Love of Life 6, 15 Kollywood Squares 2, 3, 5, 7 * 10:55 Coffee Break ,, . 6 CBS News IB * 11:00- Jackpot Mike Oouglas Young and Restless ... * 11:30 Celebrity Sweepstakes . Search for Tomorrow .. Split Second 3, 5, 7 3 5. 7 ... 6, IS 11:55 -News 3. S, 7 THURSDAY AFTERNOON* 12:00 -News Z. 6, 7, 12 U Phil Donahue Table Talk All My Children * 12:15 Leave it to Carol Jeopardy Let's Make A Deal As The World Turns ... * 12:35 Melody Matinee if 1:00 Guiding Light ..: S, IS u n g g . . : o , it Days Of Our Lives 2, 3, 5, 7 Newlywed Game a. 12 * 1:30 - Edge o( Night Doctors Girl In My Life .. * 2:00 Price Is Right ... Another World .... General Hospital .. * 2:30 Today's Yoga Match Game How To Survive Man' One Life To Live .. .'. 3:00 -Sesame Street ....... Tattletales Cartoons Somerset SIO.OW Pyramid Mayberry, R.F.D. ... Jeopardy ,.. Joker's Wild Name That Tune ... Uncle Zeb Dick Van Dyke Petticoat Junction .. * 4:00 Winning Streak .... Wild, Wild West .... Flipper Mister Rogers Fugitive Merv Griffin 8. 1C .. 2, 3, 5. 7 8. 12 S. 18 ..,. 2. 3. 5. 7 8. 12 I! e 16 'iage 2. 3, S. 7 8 12 11 6. 16 ".'.'.' X' 3, 'S. 7 12 12 5, 7 6 3 '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.' 16 2 J 5 12 11 » * · * . · · 18 «.,., 2 7 8 Bonanza · jLr 4* in Lucy S how Electric Company Daniel Boone Beverly Hillbillies Beat the Clock i"Tir. i ^nAT irvir viivn liS.'JlvoLIA i XiVdl^inU * 5:01 Sesame Street Twilight Zone News To Tell The Truth Andy Griffith Truth at Consequences .. * 5:30 .News 2, 3 5. Truth or Consequences y t:to News 2. 3, 5 R, 7, TennLs Anyone? Green Acres Felony Squad Temperatures Rising .. Police Surgeon Buck Owens Nolan's Heroes Newsmakers 911m Wilson *7:W Tho Wallons Temperatures Hising . . . Mac DavLa . Evening At Pops ..... JNIN nces , 3 5 ences 5 6, US ' ng . 6 8 11 12 7 3 G-- 11 16 5. 8 3 6 7 6, 7, 12, 16 . . . . . . . . 8 7, 8, 12, 16 11 2 8 z \ ,**..,... 1. .'!.'.'.'...' 11 ·. ···· s 6. 11 Pj) 3 5 7 ....'...'.. 11 * 7:30 -Just for Laughs * 8:00 Movie , Kung Fu [ronside . . . . . . WFI. Football International Performanc -omedyworld .......... Journey To Japan Streets of San Francisco *9:30 Today's Yoga *· 10:00 -- 8^ 1 ·,,"· .'*.'" a;' l 2. 3. 5, e" .'.'.'.'.'.' 1 2. 3, 5, 1 .... 8/1 "'.T, News 2. 3. 5, 6, 7, 8, 12, 1 Book Beat i * 10:30,Movie ; ABC Captioned News ... Wide World Special .... Perry Mason -. Johnny . Carson ., if 11 :00 ~~ News *' 11:30- Movie ..: Wide World Special ... Tomorrow * 1:00 Source ·k '1:30 -Project 2. "i, "i 2. S.

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