Radio: Helen of Tulsa

George Cameron, 40, struck it rich in Colorado's Rangely oilfield. After drilling 40 productive wells in a row, with an annual income of $600,000 pouring relentlessly on top of his previously oil-won millions, he settled down in Tulsa, Okla. But the new-found leisure bored him. "Oil just means more money," he complained, "I can't sleep with it. I have no sense of doing or accomplishing anything."

At that fortuitous moment, Cameron met lissome, brunette Helen Maria Alvarez, 27, who in seven years at Tulsa's radio station KTUL had progressed from secretary to radio-time saleswoman....

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