Independent from Long Beach, California on March 30, 1962 · Page 34
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 34

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C-4--IN9r? WHY GROW OLD? Give Your Man Courage by Saying He Looks Well Speak Q'jf Of Surrender By JOSLI'lllNi: LOWMAN "It's up to the uomfn to Lilly Dachf recently said. $ce to it that the mm in 'Remember, a woman's best her family look their b?:t iccessory is a well-dressed wi they can do their best." rain." continued this internation- ally famous d:si.;:ier of feminine app^re. "Women who do not Incx .ifler t!ieir husbands and son;, and make lure that their appear- THE PPER SKILLET RESTAURANTS [AT 3 LOCATIONS ONLY -- 2 4 HRS. DAILY) THRU APRIL N. Y. Delmonico Steak Dinner SPECIAL STEAK SANDWICH CriJF Ocic» of Drm SPECIAL DAILY LUNCHEONS Above Served at Our 3 Locations Only.' BROADWAY at ATLANTIC PACIFIC COAST HWY. at SEVENTH Nrar I. B. Stott Coll« 3 t 5333 E. SECOND ST. ance is always tops arc making a big error." Mi«s Dache feels that a preit many men arc self- conscious about b u y i n g "i wearables and really want .]' their wives to prod them. She believes that they actually like colorful clothing . but shy away from it because it may attract attention. S H C S U G G E S T S that women tell their mm how well they look in some of the more dramatic masculine clothing. The men will · · probably only wear it at · home on weekends for a while but later on may have . ; the courage to wear it else' where. Lilly Dache had a special ·; m e s s a g e for mothers of }.' teen-age boys and younger v boys. She said, "Don't allow the young male animal to -, become slovenly. That can often begin an attitude that will be with him for life. · and a great handicap to his career, social life and school · life. Young men. like their fathers and older brothers, have- a natural taste for dressing up but, like older , males, have to be given a push. Then they give in gracefully." * * * · CERTAINLY every woman enjoys seeing her man well groomed and attractively ;; dressed. She considers it a .,: mark of his affection that ;.'| he wishes to be as attractive ·' as possible for her. ASTONISHED WOMEN TELL US ARM HAMMER WASHING SODA IS SO PACKED WITH CLEANING MAGIC IT SAVES UP TO 6 TIMES WHAT IT COSTS! Arm Hammer Washing Soda rosts so little that women arc astonished at the way it conquers tlirt! Used instead of high-priced products, it t u r n s out cleaner washes, sparkling floors and woodwork... cleans stove burners, makes Venetian blinds gleam, sweetens diapers -- all for pennies! Like thousands of other housewives, you'll save $25, $50, $100 a year! Hard to believe? Of course it is. Worth a try? Sure! Invest a few pennies and try a box -- for the cleaning surprise and delight of your life! r whatever need/a cleaning/ ARM HAiWR WASHING SODA NOW IN TWO SIZES - Mb. AND 55-oz.! By ABIGAIL VAN BUREN DEAR ABBY: I wish I knew what to do about a \ V o m a n 1 must see very often, and who is makins a n e r v o u s wreck of me. Whenever she is around she monopolizes the conversation. She has something to say on every sub. ject, whether she knows anything '"* . about it or not. Her big fault is breaking into a conversation. This butting-in business makes me very angry. No one can finish a sentence while she is present. She is the kind w-ho can dish it out, hut can't take it. Don't tell me to quit seeing her. She is a relative and lives near me, and I don't want a family fight.--NERVOUS D E A R NF.RVOUS: The type nf person you describe couldn't care less a b o u t listening. All she wants to do is talk. Either you must fight fire with fire--go right on talking, and continue while she attempts In Inter- i nipt you -- or you must turn in your tongue and surrender. M * · « DEAR ADBY: I belong to a poker club. I won't say I clean up on the girls every week, but 1 win more than I lose. Whenever I win a pot, one woman says, "Oh. well, lucky in cards -- unlucky in love." In other · words, my husband is no bargain. I am very satisfied with my husband and I re- I sent the implication. How I should I handle her? She is getting on my nerves. -- ! Lt'CKY IN CARDS DEAR LUCKY: Call her bluff and ask her to explain : her remark. » » · · DEAR ABBY: I was married to -- let's c a l l him "John" -- for nine years. During th.it t i m e "John" endeared h i m s e l f to my family, who thought he was tops. He wasn't as "tops" ! as they thought he was. but that's another story. "John" and I w e r e divorced. My family blamed me. I didn't care to defend m y ·; c 1 f by tearing down "John" so, of course, he is still tops \vith my family. When they have family get-togethers, t h e y invite "John." He doesn't have the good sense to refuse, so consequently he and I are thrown together often. This annoys me because I want to be with my family, but I don't enjoy myself with solution?--"JOHN'S EX DEAR EX: Tell the one In your family with whom you feel you can be the most candid that you would like to attend the family get-togethers, but would appreciate knowing in advance If -John" will be there. It Is y o u r privilege to protect "John" there. Is there a yourself from social iltua- II*.... wtilth could be embarrassing. · · · · C O N F I D E N T I A L TO "SLEEPLESS NIGHTS:" If y o u r religion permits It, t e l e p h o n e y o u r local PLANNED PARENTHOOD center and tell them what you ha»r told me. The Lord doesn't want you to have any more children than you can feed. · · · * For Abby's booklet: "How To Have A Lovely We'd- ding," send 50c to Abby. rtox 33G5, Beverly H i l l s . Calif. 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