Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on April 29, 1963 · Page 10
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 10

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PAGI 10 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 29. 1963 _ I no Imohay down You can take up to 36 months to pay « FREE DELIVERY! * FREE normal installation WARDS NATIONWIDE REPAIR SERVICE is just a phone call away! LOW PRICES EVERY DAY, even big- g«r valuvs when we say "sale" 3 DAYS ONLY! MONDAY-TUESDAY-WEDNESDAY ONLY, SO HURRY! ON THE WASHER OF YOUR CHOICE ON THE DRYER OF YOUR CHOICE SAVE EVEN MORE ON THE PAIR OF YOUR CHOICE! WASHER: BUDGET PRICE-FULL SIZE $ 158 · fully automatic operation · family-size capacity · 2 wash, 1 rinse temperatures A budget toploader that washes as though it costs a lot more! Gentle cgitator action gets out deeply imbedded dirt. Large non-clog pump provides long service. WASHER: 2 SPEED 2-CYCLE $ 198 · 5 wash-rinse temperatures · slow speed for wash 'n wear · continuous lint filtering Deluxe toploader handles family wash with regular speed and cycle. Slow speed, short cyde for delicates. 5 wash-rinse temperatures giye custom care to any fabric. WASHER: 2 SPEED 6-CYCLE · 6-cycte programmed automatic · handles all washables · automatic bleach dispenser The right wash speed, spin speed ond wash time for every washable fabricl 2-speed, 6-cycle toploader has 5 wash-rinse temperatures. De- tux* lint filter agitator. STANDARD THE PAIR REG. 299.90 90 THE PAIR REG. 379.90 319 90 SAVE *6O THE PAIR REG. 429.90 90 SAVE *60 DRYER: BUDGET PRICED ELECTRIC · full-size, fully automatic · knee action door-opening · heat plus air setting Why depend on the weather to dry your washing? Let this family-size Signature do the job in all seasons! Two-hour timer; 5-way venting for efficient drying. DRYER: 6-CYCLE ELECTRIC $ 138 · dries with high or low heaf · dries with or without tumble · dries with fluff-air only Safely dries any Washable item! Cottons, linens, shag rugs, delicates, woolens, socks. Use fluff-air for freshening pillows, drying cashmere sweaters. DRYER: ELECTRIC TOP QUALITY · dries any washable fabric · sanitizer lamp for freshness · 6-position selector knob Dries any washable fabric sun- shine-freshf End-of-cycfe chime telfs when drying's done. 5 fabric selections plus air. interior drum light. Handy knee action door opening. SHOP MONDAY-WEDNESDAY-FRIDAY 9:30 A M TO 9 P.M. ,,;'",';,,,, Perhaps Help . Him To Forget DEAR MRS. MAYFIELDi Is it better to marry him and live with Mary or be lonely?.;.' . ' ' , ",.·:.-' '.', -'···\~,':. I have to belong to somebody. That is probably why i I have been married (and divorced) twice to the same man. He couldn't quit drinking and my psychiatrist says I can't depend on him reforming. He wouldn't stay with a job any length of time, and I have held down two shifts while he looked for months for work. So I've accepted the friendship of a man who is steadily employed and who says we should decide o n marriage. He wants me to be a homemaker and he will furnish me a good living, a good home and a car. This man's wife is dead, but he loved her so much he still talks about her. About the I time 1 decide to marry him, he starts telling Mary's ways of doing things. WH1 he ever, give m e his undivided attention? MARIE DEAR MARIE: They say that 'a man who loves deeply the first time will be as loyal the next. I say great, but can't he also have the good sense to attend to you and let his memories lie? I think, Marie, I'd try for full atentipn before I vowed my intentions-tilt-death-do-US part. MOLLY MAYFIELD * * * GOOD EVENING to Joseph Brown -- Molly. * * * It Takes Two To Tango DEAR MRS. MAYFIELD: I have won the battles so far, but I'm about to lose tha war. I am a confused woman, alive, and the world is caving in on me. We've been married almost 10 years and have three lovely daughters. We were very compatible at first as far as sex is concerned. But he preferred male companionship except for a few hours at home at night. And after a few years of this I became what is known as a frigid woman. He has given me s i x months to become the love- ing wife I should be -- and I've tried. But can a frigid woman become the opposite in six months? And just what is a frigid woman? Is she a married woman with no desire at all? If I'm to be branded as such, I have little to look forward to and I'm only 29. HALFWAY LIVING DEAR HALFWAY: Chances a r e y o u aren't frigid at all and if he'd start handing out endearments instead of six-month sentences he'd find it out. A good-sized dose of compassion would defrost you. Right? MOLLY MAYFIELD Matter Of Being Tuned In DEAR MRS. MAYFIELD After 14 years of marriage I want to shout from the housetops: "I love my husband and he loves me and we're as happy as can be." I want every prospective bride and groom to have our .answers. They are simple. First: You marry not because everybody else is or you're afraid you will be left out. You marry because you deeply and unselfishly love each other. Second: It is healthy and normal to h a v e arguments and misunderstandings. It's the only way to know each other's feelings. Third: It is most important to listen to what the other has to say. Put yourself in his place. See through h i · eyes and heart and mind. It all boils down to love and communication, and if every young couple u n d e r stood these two words the country would be without a divorce court. MRS. C. E. C. DEAR MRS. C. E. C. You make it sound so easy. And it would be fun to se« t h a t court out of appeals, wouldn't it? MOLLY MAYFIELD Stick To Baby Talk DEAR MRS. MA.YFIELD: I didn't go out with boys because the right one hadn't come along. Now he has. He is 17 and I'm 15 and I always had to talk first. Today ha did. Do you think we are too young? MAXINE DEAR MAXINE: For talking? Never! For deciding he's THE one, yesi MOLLY MAYFIELD

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