Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California on April 7, 1962 · Page 29
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Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California · Page 29

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Wonders maid-of-all-work. It's ready to pamper you of the tiresome chores which gadgets perform willingly and swiftly Settlors: do Pont Con opener: Roi Electric scissors e n a b l e lyro or expert home dressmakers to halve lime required for p a l l e r n layout. Toothbrush: Squibb '«. "X Jam- Besides opening cans, this muili- duty servant will also mix drinks, whip up snuces, and sharpen knives. This battery-powered unil, without cord (o hamper user, is an especially talented device. Wilh varying pads altoched lo its handle, it scours pans, polishes silver, scrubs vegetables. Hair dryer: Wesltnghouse Electricity makes brushing teeth a regular, enjoyable habit for ail. This beauty aid scents hoir -- and dries it and your nail polish, loo. Family Weekly, Ajml S, 1952 I Yvonne De Carlo--striking figure on the Hollywood scene. Read how she stays slim. A IERICANS are just coming out of the greatest liquid diet "jag" this country has ever seen. The 900- calorie craze had millions of men, women and children drinking their meals for weeks and even months at a time in order to reduce. Unfortunately, upon returning to the joys of solid foods, many were shocked to discover that they had gained back all that they had lost after months of liquid torture. Perhaps you are one of these. And now what to do about it? Hollywood, hometown of the original glamor girls, appears to have the answer. It's all wrapped up in a low- calorie candy that actually lets you eat regular meals and still lose weight. Just exactly what every hungry dieter dreams of doing. No liquid diets are involved. No drugs loaded with "jumpy nerves." No laxatives or starvation diets. This special candy (called Ayds) is enriched with vitamins and minerals to help maintain your health while you take off weight. Taken as directed before meals, Ayds curbs your appetite, so you automatically eat less and lose weight naturally. A big reason why it's so popular in the cinema world. Ask lovely Yvonne De Carlo or better still, look at her slim figure. "No fad diets for me. It's too great a risk," says Yvonne. "And anyhow, why do it the hard way when I can achieve the results I want, easily and safely, on the Ayds Plan. With Ayds, you can eat what you want, but you never want more than you should eat." How to eat regular meals and still lose weight .. .without liquid diets, drugs or exercise Curious to know how the candy works? The explanation is simple. You feel hunger waves when your stomach is empty and. your blood sugar level low. Ayds raises your blood sugar level . . . quiets hunger waves. The effectiveness of Ayds has been proved time and again in clinical tests on hundreds of overweight women and men. Most dramatic and convincing of all is the most recent study, reported in an official medical journal. It was a weight-control test on pregnant women by obstetricians and gynecologists. Said these specialists: "We found this [Ayds Vitamin and Mineral Candy] had a wide margin of safety. It not only suppressed the appetite satisfactorily ... but there were no digestive or central nervous system side effects." Without any question, the Ayds Plan is a tried and medically validated way to reduce. And many people, who have taken off pounds, will attest that this reducing-plan candy is a wonderful way to keep from gaining back the weight they've lost. So. if you have a weight problem, big or small, why not try Ayds? Ayds users report losing up to 10 Ibs. with their very first box. In fact, the makers of Ayds guarantee you must lose weight with your first box ($3.25) or they will refund your money. Before following any reducing program always see your doctor. Then get Ayds Reducing-Plan Candy, vanilla caramel or chocolate fudge- type, at drug and department stores.

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