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Monday, August 12, 1974
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IWIiJIIlllllllHMlWIMIIIlin HELEN HELP US By HELEN AND SUE BOTTEL Showdown Time Coming For Hubby, Neighbor jjaiiin'sciiiCitcjiijjTffiijaiSLtKasijSiitJiHjMiiifCii^iii^jLijraEjLaBSE ime and could give the odd ones to the exchange if I had he address. Could you print it? -- Small Foot Dear S.F.: "Helen's Shoe Service," HI. 4, Red \Vinf!, Minnesota, 55066, s operated by Helen Langhans, who says her nonprofit business to "locale your sole male...and it's rewarding ii every way except financially." Send her a stamped, self- iddrcssei] envelope (no shoes please!), listing 'your preferences or what yon have to ofTer others. You will he notified ivhen she finds a "match" for you -- H. saw this Dear Helen: - We're very close next-door neighbors. Our kids get along : great, the Uvo husbands are best friends, and we wives have shared morning coffee for more than five years. Both men are wonderful providers, hut my husband has always had affairs with women. Since he'd never leave me, I accept them. Another neighbor told me she my husband sneaking into woman's side door when her husband was off working his swing shift. Afler this happened several limes (my husband told me he was at meetings), I asked my friend pointblank, over coffee, and she didn't deny it. I wish I'd just pretended nol to know as I don't want lo break up Ihe men's friendships or separate the kids. But how do I act when my husband and his girlfriend know T know? And how do you treat a close neighbor who is having an affair with your husband? -Not A Wave Maker Dear Not: To ipecac in her morning coffee, perhaps? Seriously, I'd warn Loverboy and his Great and Gond Neighbor that it's iilmosl showdown time, what with several people threatening to reveal the a f f a i r to the cuckolded husband. If that doesn't cool it, well, isn't it time you made waves, not peace? -- H. Dear Helen: Was it in your column long ago I read" about a siioe exchange for people who need just one shoe, such as amputees; or people who have foot problems? Because of a birth defect, my left foot and leg are smaller than the right. 1 must buy two pairs of shoes each Dear Helen: Responding lo 'Shorty" who wonders if he dare marry .aller girl, I've been married almost three years to a man who is not quite fi feet 2. I'm 5 feet 5. I'm 20, he's 24. Joe has gotten kidded all his life. I get leased loo, like, "How dp you like bending down lo s your husband" I think we've heard all the corny jokes, but they don'l bother us. My husband may be short but he is taller than many six- footers I know, and I'd rather be married 1 lo him than two John Waynes rolled inlo one. It this girl likes you, Shorty, she obviously does, hang in there and stop worrying. Height doesn't make a man! By Ihe way, my guy and i are. expecting our first baby this month. He even gets kiddcc about that: "Hey, Joe, didn'i know you had it in you!" -Jamie Got a problem? An adull subject for discussion? You cai talk it over in her column il you \yrile Lo Helen Bottel, care of this newspaper. NOW SHOWING OPEN 8:00-BUTCH 8:45 BUTCH THE KID ARE BACK! Just fbrthe fun ofitl PAUL NEWMAN ROBIRT REDFORD .CATHARINE ROSS* "BUTCH CAttlDY AND THE SUNDANCE KiB" PamvBon" · Color by Deluxe' /STN ; PLUSH John Wayne in "BIG JAKE" DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM! PH. 751-872* Y'ALL COME NOW.' TOBACCi C O U P O N i H I Ken's Pizza Parlor I j Jl i i FOR THE FAMILY . . 409 WEST DICKSON FOR Order Three Pizzas - Pay For Only Two! This Coupon Redeemable at KEN'S in Fayetteville DENNIS THE MENACE By Ketcham .' YEAH, 6ur IANE/ZE aw PLUG JT in V 'Superfan' Jan Minter Talks On Live TV With Sports Fans ly JAY SHARBUTT NEW YORK (AP) -- There re spoils fans and there are ports fans. And then there's Superfan" -- Alan Minler, a liami realtor. He argues a lot bout sports in his spare time n radio and television. He argues with fans each veek night on radio station VINZ in Miami, has argued 'ilh them the past two football easons Sunday nighls on VPBT-TV and may do it again liis season. Both shows are ailed "Siberian" and the formats are phone-in. Minler, 34, who says he ma- ored in history and psychology Ihe University of Miami, ries lo avoid controversy, of course. But he will say, for example, ie thinks Howard Coscll is "ab- olutely horrible" or that ice hockey "is an idiol game . list get a bunch of mid- [leweighis and put 'em on ice. t's jusl a light, anyway." "Alan is quite knowledgeable iboul sports and a very opin- onated guy, although he often :hanges his opinion as the oc- lasion merits," opines George Dooley, president of WPBT and longlime friend of Minter. It .was Dooley who -first put m on the air, despite Minter's ack of experience. Winter was placed in a living room set and told to talk spoils vitli callers, live, for 30 minutes eacli Sunday afler the day's pro football jousts. fiooley, who said he's consid- ring a third "Superfan" sea- ion wilh Minler, says Ihe. i was lo have a controversial guj who talks like the average spoils fan, not like a sports commentator. · And Minler, an avid sporls fan who says he played a yea of football and three of basebal jn college, filled the bill, Dooley Dean Of Education LITTLE ROCK (API -- Dr Jerry H. Robbins, 35, a nativ of De Queen, will become dea of the Division of Education a the University of Arkansas Litlle Rock on Aug. 26, Chan cellor G. Robert Ross says. Robbins is chairman of th Department of Educalional Ad ministration and Foundations Education at the University Mississippi. He succeeds Dr. Howard G Stephens, who will direct tinuing education at UALB. Golf King SUSANGEORGE VffTY'MARY'CRAZY'LARRY DON'T IDOK NOW Zany Barb's at it again in FOR PETE'S SAKE" :20-9:15 Sun · li'ry Mahan - Joel McCrca "THE GREAT In AMERICAN COWBOY HWY 71 M. 521-192I ^ r.M [ Feature 7:,10 -.1:10 Sal, -Sun. Mat. 2 p.m. 18 Hole Putting Course Mon. and Thurs. DOLLAR"DAYS Play as many games as you can 3 to IT p.m. Only $1.00 50 W. Township Rd. ' Phone 413-2686 aid. In the early days, he addec Winter was wont to end abrupt sports colloquy by tellin caller, "You're dumb, yo wine, I don't ever want t ear from you again" and ban .p. Minter laughed. lie concede .e was brash and occasionall ude in the beginning, but onl o drum up viewer interest. He says he doesn't deliber ilely try to insult a caller, bu loth shows "have kind of lar-room atmosphere .and the :an insult me back. I'll tak anything as long as they don go too far and I don't go too fa vith them. I've had guys pur tosely bait me, hut that's good CO." Did he get many threats of odily harm in the early days rom outraged Tans? "No, as a matter of fact, I didn't," said Superfan. "I don't hink I come o[[ that way. I hink most people go along with my act." Today In History By Tlie Associated Press Today Is Monday; Aug. 12, he 224th day of 1974. There are 41 days left in the year. Today's highlight in history: On this date in 1696. (he eace protocol ending the Span- sh-American War was signed fter hostilities lasting three icnths and 22 days. On this date: In 1658, a guard o[ eight men vas established i n - t h e Dutch olony of New Amsterdam. It vas the first police force America. In 1B51, Is;iac Singer of Pitts- own, N.Y., was granted a pat- ·nt on his sewing machine. In 1914,'Hntain declared war in Austria-Hungary at the start f World War I. In 1041, President Franklin X Roosevelt and British Prime Minister Winston Churchill met at sea to draft the Atlantic Charter. In 1359, token school MTCTaiHiBsraiaaiEjBiiaTjSBa egratlon began in Little Hock, \rk., as six black stiidcnls cn- ·ollcd in a formerly all-while ligli school. In 1902, the Soviet Union marie space history by sending a cosmonaut into orbit while another cosmonaut already was :ircling the .earth. Ten · years ago: The United Northweii Arkonwt TIMES, Mon., Aug. 12, 1974 · 9 FAYETTEVILLE. ARKANSAS Americans Agree With Resignation itales sent four large turboje .ransport planes lo Ihe Congo lo help President Moisc Tsornbe fighl a rebellion by hauling Iroops and supplies lo combat areas. Five ycni's ago: CaLholies. Protestants and police battled Londonderry .in the outbreak of violence in worst Northern Ireland in more than 30 year ago: American years. One planes were carrying out heavy bombing around Cambodia's capital of Plinom Penh as the U.S. Congress was moving to end Ihe bombing. PRINCETON, N.NJ. (AP) -More thon three-quarters ' of Americans surveyed in n Gallup poll believe Richard M_ Nixon "did Ihe best thing" by resigning the presidency. But more than half o f ; t h o s e polled oppose an investigation of possible criminal c h a r g e s against him. In a telephone survey' conducted by the polling organization last Thursday night and Friday afler Nixon's resignation speech, 79 per cent of Ihose questioned' said he "should have resigned." Thirlcen per cent said he "should have stayed" and 8 per cent gave no opinion. Fifty-five per cent of Ihe 550 persons questioned opposed a criminal investigation of Nixon Thirty-seven per cenl favored such an investigation, and 0 per cent offered no opinion. On Ihe question of whcthei he former president's "actions regarding .Watergate wera serious enough lo warrant his resignation," 65 per cent said yes, 22 per cent said Ihey were 'not serious enough" and 13 per cent gave no opinion. Asked to choose from a list of six possible vice presidential lominccs suggested in Ihe survey, 23 per cenl chose Arizona Sen. Barry Goldwater and 18 per cent chose former N e w York Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller. Gov. Ronald Reagan of California was next at 12 per cenl. Tennessee Sen. Howard H. Baker iincl former U.S. allorney general Elliot L. Richardson received 11 per cent each. George Bush, chairman of the Republican National Commiltce, ceived 1 per cent and Ihe aining 24 per cent gave preference. re- no Bring This Coiiioii T ' receive one Pizza FREE With The Purchase of One Of Equal Value One Coupon Per Visit Please. Coupon Expires Aug. 25 ENJOY- Ask About Reservations for Our Banquet Rooms Daily Buffet 11 a.m.-2 p.m. $1.59 . Tuesday Night Buffet 5:30-8:30 $1.59 TWO LOCATIONS 1821 Grccnacvo Ku. 4-I3-52G7 Fayctteville 908 West Sunset 751-1004' Springdale Coupon Expires Sunday, Aug. 25th DAILY PROGRAM LISTINGS Programs subject to change without notice KTEW, Tulsa, Channel 2 (Channel 8 on cable In FayellevINe) KYTV, Springfield, Channel 3 KFSM, Fort Smith, Channel 5 XOTV, Tulset, Channel 6 KOAIVI, Pittsburg, Channel 7 KTUL, Tulsa, Channel 8 (Channel 4 on cable in Fayettcvllle) KOED-TV (ETV), Tulsa, Channel II 'XODE, Joptin, Channel 12 KUHi, Jopiin, Channel 16 (Channel 9 en cable In FayeUeville) AAARNER CABLE of FaycUevillc 103 W. Mountain St. -- Phone 521-7730 Complete Home Entertainment Cable Service All Area Television and . . . FM Radio Time-Weather-Special Events s=* NOW SHOWING Starring CLAUDIA JENNINGS WHO WILL SURVIVE? SWAMP BEIIIND-HELL AHEAD! 'GATOR BAIT Co-Hit "IHE HITCHHIKERS" HEARING AIDS SALES SERVICE Radiocar, Elcctone and Acousllcon Cords, Batteries and Accessories M. WARD HEARING AID DEPT. Evelyn Hills Shopping Center FaycUevillc, Ark. Phone 413-4591 OZARK HOME AND GARDEN CENTER · Shrubs · Seeds · Insecticides · House Plants · Landscaping Service 20 E. Township Rd. Vi Mile West Whit Chevrolet "We Give Your Green Thumb A^ Helping Hand" fj| ^.ssiaiiKS.aKssrd MOVIES ON TV Monday Night 8:00 p.m. Ch. 5-8-12 -- "The Carpetbaggers" (1964) George Peppard, Carroll Baker, Alan Ladd 10:30 p.m. Ch: 6-16 - "Miracle in the Rain" (1956) June V/xman, Van Johnson Tuesday Night 7:00 p.m. Ch. 5-8-12 ·- "Pray for Ihe Wildcats" (1974) Andy Griffith, William Shalner, Robert Reed 10:30 p.m. Ch. 6 - 1 6 . - "Murder Ahoy" (1964) Margaret Rutherford, Lionel Jeffries, Charles Tingwell MONDAY EVENING * 5:0» Twilight Zone 16 News 5. 8 Sesame Street 11 Andy Griffith o Truth or Consequences 7 To Tell The Truth 3 * 5:J« News 2. 3. 5. S. 7. 12 Truth Dr Consequence* I * «:M- Hodgepodge Lodge . . News ........ 2. 3 5, 6. 7. 12, Green Acres Dragnet Felony Squad The Newsmakers Wild Wild Worth of A[ Untamed World Ilogan's Heroes Let's Make A Deal ~JF 7:00 Hookies Easfwaod Baptist Church Baseball World ol Joe G-aragiola * 1:00 - Helnjious Town Hall ......... , * TUESDAY MORNING * G:30 Farm/Ranch Report ............ 5 -k G:35 -Inspiration ............... , ...... . Z * 6:40 -- NiiWS ........................... 2 * 6:50 -Lien! o[ Life ................... 6 Today in A g r i c u l t u r e .......... 7 j * 6:55 I Harvest Time Tabernacle ..... 5 Moments o£ Meditation ........ 8 Project ................... 6 * 1:W- Death V.llJey Bays ............ 12 CBS News ............. 6, 16 1974 COLOR TV NOW AT ENTERPRISE Sight and Sound 2333 N. College 442-B5T5 - Buy Your Carpet Direct From The Local People Thaf Make It. Where You Get The Best And Save The Most. Lawrence Carpet Mills, Inc. SPRINGDALE, ARK. ss WEST 751-7981 2. 3, 7 Pro Tennis 11 Gunsmoke 6, 16 * 7:15 Baseball 2 3 1 ·k 8:(10 -Movie 5, 8. 12 Here's Lucy 6, 10 * 8:30 -Dick Van Dyke 6. 16 Medical Center 6. 16 * 10:»« News 2. 3. 6 7, 16 * ll:»- Carson 2. 3, 7 6. 16 Johnny Movie News 3. 8 12 ABC CapUoned News 11 ·k 11:30 -J o h n n y Carbon Perry Mason fl In My Balloon 12 i( 1£:OD -Tomorrow 2, 3 5, 7 * 12:40 Project fi Cuiiiitry Music Tijne Torlay * 7:*l- Dennis The Menace .... * 8:011 Captain Kangaroo Cartoon Circus Se»an Street 8:30 Oklahoma: Tuesday * 9 : 0 0 - 9-A.M Name That Tune ... Sesame Street Joker's Wild Movie . It's Your Bet . . 2, 3, I, 7 6, IB ... « ... a "For A Good Time Tonight" NEW SUMMER HOURS: OPEN 7 P.M. lo MIDNIGHT MOM. thru SAT. ENTERTAINING WED. THRU SAT. Faycltenlle's Own GATES GANG EASTGATE SHOPPING CENTER FAYETTEV1LLE 5Z1-9303 6 2, 5, 7 ... . 3 -- ie 12 Gambit .................. 6. 16 Winning Slreak ......... 2. 5. 7 To Tell the Truth ..... ' ........ ]2 * I I : M H i g h Rollers ............ 2, 3 5, 7 Now You Se It ............ 6, IS All My Children .'. ........... 12 * 1I:M-- Hollywood Squares .... 2, 3 5. 7 r/jve or r.iie ................ s, is D r a d y Bunch .......... ...... i. 12 -Ar 10:55 Coffee Break ................... t News ......................... 16 * II:*Password ............. ... .. S, \"l GET OUT OF TOWN Drive out to Hickory creek Rec. Area and dine at THE BARN 25-5 East OFF Hwy. 71 Slcaks and shrimp, homemade cinnamon rolls, 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. Closed Men. and TIK Come »c us at beautiful Beaver Lake, Mike D*ufilas Jacfcpol 3, 5. 7 Young and the Restless A ' 16 * 11:*Celebrity Sweepstakes Search for Tomorrow .-.".... "6 '16 Split Second i" li * 11:55- News 3, 5, 7 TUESDAY AFTERNOON * 1J:*- j\U My Children News 2, 6, 7, 12, Phil Donahue Tflblelalh .".'.'.' * 12:15 Leave It lo Carol 16 * 1Z:30 Lei's Make a Deal S, S. 12 Jeopardy 2 3 An The World Turns 8 16 Melody Mitum Guiding Lifht fl. Daya of Our Lwej 2, 3, 5, 7 Newlywed Gam* i, 12 8. 12 t 16 6, 12 2, 3. 5. 7 3, 5. 7 Edge of Night 6, 16 Girl In My Life . " " *1:H- Prlcc is night General Hospital ,. Another World 1:K- Today's Yoga Malch Game How to Survive a One Life to tiro '.'. * IlH- Sesame Slrect .... $10.000 Pyramid ... 2, 3 S, 7 i, 11 6. H 2, 3, S, 7 Petllcoat Junction 2 Name Thnl Tune 3 Joker's Wild Uncle Zeb nick Van Dyke Jeopardy Mayberry. R.F.D 12 * 4:00 -- Morv G r i f f i n 2 Winning Streak 3 Wild, WIW West - 5 Bonari7a 0 I Dream of Jcnrinie 7 Comer Pyle, USMC fl MisLcr Rogers' Neighborhood 11 Flipprr 12 Fugitive 16 Electric Company , Dnnlol Boone Beat the Clock 3 Ucverly Hillbll lies . -'. 7 I,ucv Show i TUESDAY EVENING * J:0« - Scjame Slrect Twilight Zone News i, I A n d y Grlffi'.h To Tell The Truth Truth of Consequences * i:H- _ 3. S, 6, 7, 8, 12. H T r u t h or Consequences i * Mt- M.iking Things Grow II .N'ews 2 3. 5, 6. 7. », 12. II * 6:30 Green Acres ' O/zic's Girls ' Felony Squad j You Owe It To YourseH .. . 1 Wild Kingdom j lal's Make a Deal : Hogan'.i Heroes ., II Dusty 5 Trait 1: * 7:M Movie s s, I Adam-12 2,' 3 Man Fiuflds fan Destroys . Maude 7:30 - Thousands of Folks... check Ihe TV directory every day . .nnd they'll rt'C.d your ad in Ihls space. It's priced at a special low monlhly rale. For information call (ho Northwest Arkansas TIMI-S, display advertising department, 442.62412. 8:00 Jeanne Wolf with .. 8:30 -- Haivkins 1 n . 6, 16 Faraday and Company .. 2, 3, 7 Eye In Eye 11 Hawaii Flve-0 S, 16 Marcus Welhy Easlwood Baptist Church Performance 3:00 Police Story fndians for Indians * 9:30 Today's Yoga * 1»:B- *· 10:30 -ABC Captioncd News Wide World Mystery Johnny Carson Perry Mason Movie 11.'.10 -- 2. 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 12, la H 12 2, 3. 5. 7 S B H. Wide World Mystery t * 12:00 -Tomorrow Z 3, 5, V * 12:25 -- Projnct , 6

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