Independent from Long Beach, California on February 24, 1969 · Page 26
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E-6-- INDEPENDENT (AM) PRESS-TELESRAM (PM) u °» B h ' «·'"·· Mwl1 "' frt - *· "*» Should wife call hubby at work? By ABIGAIL VAN BUREN DEAR ABBY: This is for the lady who has been married for 21 years, and still calls her husband every day at work just to say. "1 love you." You said. "Who knows? After he leaves foi work, one of us may not live t h r u the day." Well. 1 have news for you. It won't hurt any less if he dies five minutes after you've called him at work than if he dies five hours after you parted in the mornin". Besides, m u l t i p l y your call hy 40 or 50 other calls from wives, and it adds up to a lot of the telephone operator's time. Not to mention tying up the lines. Also, 1 have been with the same firm for 35 years, and I've found that the men whose wives are always calling them are seldom called up for promotions. And you may use my name. I don't care who knows it. D O R O T H Y 1,'KHLKIN. LA., CAL. DEAR ABBY: 1 cried when 1 read the letter in your column from that woman who called her husband every day just to tell him she loved him. It was the most beautiful ihinp I have ever read. \. G. L: DETROIT DEAR ABBY: 1 think it's lovely that a wife, after 21 years of marriage, si ill calls her husband every day at work just to say, "1 love you." Bui maybe she should look at it from another point of view. Perhaps one day she will have an emergency at home and REALLY need to talk to her husband in a hurry. What will she do if she calls and gets a busy signal because all the lines going into the company are busy with wives calling their husbands to say, "I love you"? Also most companies have a limited number of lines, and in all fairness to the "hand that feeds her" those lines should be kept open for company business. SWITCHBOARD OPERATOR Gomes, Beach names joined in ceremony Immediate family members and close friends gathered Saturday morning in Covenant Presbyterian Church to witness the marriage ceremony uniting Marianne Corrine Beach and William Anthony Gomes, student at San Bernardino Valley College. Luncheon at Long Beach Yacht Club preceded the couple's departure on a honeymoon trip io Hawaii. They will reside at Lake Arrowhead. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Armstrong Beach, 3825 Pine Ave., I he bride wore an ensemble of white cotton brocade and was attended bv Laura Josephine Stribley. The bridegroom, son of Mrs. Gwendowlyn Winegar Gomes of Pasadena and Dr. Howard John Gomes Sr., Whittier, was served hy his brother, Howard John Gomes Jr., as best man. Guests were sealed by another brother, Marshall Duane Gomes, and the bride's brother, James Clifton Beach. FIND A NEW WAY OF LIFE! Check the "Business Opportunities" in today's Classified Ads! EXPERIENCED DANCE INSTRUCTOR Combination Classes: Tap, Ballet, fundamentals, jazi acrobatics. Baton. Ajes 3 tbru ??? Also - Mother's Workouts MIU T.-IM.VI; f:.VKiu,.w/-;.Y7.T * LIHDX CARTER 431-3031 DEAR ABBY: I was so touched by something I read in your column, I decided to try il, so 1 called up my husband at work Newlyweds select home in Lakewood Lakewood Village Community Church was setting for 2 p.m. nuptials Saturday uniting Cherie Antoinette Do Boe and Frank J. Ochoa, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank .1. Ochoa, 2400 Anseline Ave., Long Beach. The bride wore a long gown of Chantilly lace and satin. She was attended by Mrs. David Clare, matron of honor, and bridesmaids Jan Falk, Margo Katz, Marshe Keelly, Valerie Greiser and Phyliss Reisman. The bridegroom's twin brother. Dana Ochoa, was best man. Victor Ochos, Mark Lee, Richard Rns- mussen, Tad Reynales and David Clare seated guests. After a San Francisco honeymoon, the newlyweds plan to reside in Lakewood a n d continue their studies at Long Beach City College. and said, "Honey, I love you." Know what HE said? "Gee, do 1 have to lock up the liquor when I go to work?" Very truly yours, If!?-- Win Up to 1000" Weekly.. Play Vons Win With The Sfcrs U.S.D.A. CHOICE LEAN-U.S.D.A. CHOICE STEAKS Rib, Boneless ROUND OR FAMILY USDA CHOICE /--eicAer ^racial K X E K C 1 S K I 5 · F R E C Fociol · F R E E Booklet Phone HE 5-9870 or write to 59 Aloniilos -- Long Beoch /·)·. ),,u.ViWf-.'.l-rrir II liilt- IHt-tinx: 1 !'.·; ) hits - $:~,.n NO CONTRACTS Sl.-ml.-i-. -llr. SlaulTiT, I i^ll! :!ln:i "/d'/rrr iintl .SrVmiVri;* 1 '' REDUCING SALON Free Demomtrotion -- Free BooHet 59 Alomito! AvMurj HE 5-9870 RENTAtS, SAIES, SALON VISITS * 22 years of serving the Southland with sen pricei and thoroughly reliable ·crvice . . . wide selection of quality materials. Call ior free home service. 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