Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on May 9, 1963 · Page 51
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 51

Phoenix, Arizona
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Thursday, May 9, 1963
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18 tilt Aftaa Republic ftmtut, fnm, MIJ J, Dr. Crane Conversational Skill Can be Developed CASE P-420: Donna G.» 18, is a college coed. "But, Dr. Crane," she began, "I don't know how to Carry on an interesting conversation. "Last week I dated a very attractive boy. But he tcttially told md 1 was too tongue-tied. "So what can I do to became in Interesting conversational- tot?" Psychology has developed several simple recipes by which you girls can make a boy feel wonderful. And if you can help him over the awkward pauses of the first few minutes on your date, and then get him launched into easy conversation, he usually will feel happy. Then Home of hfg joy will splash over upon you until you become painted in a much more charming hue. Clever conversational ridll thus keeps 'em coming back for future dates far more than does a classy chassis! Your attractive physical beauty may attract a man's attention but what produces a wedding ring is a girl's ability to hold a boy's interest. If a boy's first attempt at conversation bogs down and a pause develops, you girls should Senior Forum By THOMAS COLLINS Question) "My husband bought a life Insurance policy When he was 42, paid It up when he was 62, and flled It away In the dresser drawer. Three months ago, at 67, he died. "I went hunting for the policy, which he had long since forgotten. I took it to the insurance company, and after a few days got a check for $10,000. What do I do with the money? "My income is $115 a month and I am getting by."—Mrs. V. F. M. Answer: Go back to the insurance company and ask what kfnd of monthly income, for life, you get with a $10,000 annuity. Ask for a letter setting out the facts. Then investigate banks and savings and loan associations to see if you can put the $10,600 in an insured account that will pay you at least 4 per cent. Then compare the plans, and decide which is best for you. Tho 4 per cent on the $10,000 will pay you about $33 a month. The annuity (if it is a no-refund type) may pay you more. Which would mean that probably none of the $10,000 would be left for your children. Your obligation, of course, is to give yourself a better living than $115 a month, not to bequeath TV sets to your children. Husbands have no business leaving large sums of cash to their widows unless they have taught them something about money. (Send questions to Senior Forum, P.O. Box 2406, Phoenix) use mi* 5-word formula. It reads* "How interesting! Tell me more!" He will expand happily at your compliment, plus your request for more information, whether it be about football, his hobbies or space ships. "Yes, Dr. Crane," Donna may inquire, "but suppose he doesn't say a thing except 'Hi' when he first arrives. "How can I get him started on any topic long enough to justify using your 5-word recipe?" If you have a clam-like boy friend, you can get him launched upon easy conversation by using the key letters H-E-L-P of my short-form strategy. "H" stands for "hobbies," so ask him if he ever collected birds's eggs, bottle caps, matches, old coins, stamps, etc. He will usually get launched upon conversation, after which you can then use that 5-word strategy: "How interesting! Tell me more!" But if he runs out of conversational ammunition after you have tried the letter "H", then shift to "E", which stands for entertainment. It includes sporting events, movies, dances, etc. The letter "L" refers to "literature" and the "P" to "politics." And when you can't think of anything else with which to break a pause, then size up your companion quickly for some virtue or talent. "That's a cute hat you are wearing," a boy may thus say to a quiet, shy girl such as Donna. State Rejects Roadside Radio Network Plan The Arizona Highway Commis- ion has turned down an applica- ion by the Hi-Waydio Co. to ilace narrow band radio transmitters along the state's highways or commercial broadcasts. State highway director Justin! Herman said the commission con-i idered it improper to permit a private company use of public 1 right-of-way for such broadcasts.' The firm wanted to string wires, underground along the highway 'rom Sun City to Wickenburg. Then small transmitters would be placed near the highway at several points. Motorists would ba advised by sign to tuna to a certain channel! on their car radio. Then the transmitters would beam messages, including commercials for business places down the road. ht Marlin Gete Away GUAYMAS, Son»« (AP) - Wioeni* man, ftoy W. Burnsldfi, 3802 E. Sahuaro Drive, Is now qualified to tell a fish story about the one that got away. Guaymaa fishing boat operator Tom Jamison said Bumside made the first known martin strike of the season this week while fishing in the Gulf of California. Jamison said the huge fish broke Bufnside'i line, however, and escaped. stu- 41 Finish Seminary THATCHER—High ichool dents who have completed four years of study In the seminary program, part of the education system of the Church of Jesus hrist of Latter-day Saints, will receive diplomas at 7:30 p.m today in the Thatcher chapel. Receiving certificates of graduation and pins will be 41 'boys and jirls from Globe, Miami, Pima, T ort Thomas, Thatcher and Sal- ord. Jack Daley, Thatcher, president of the St. Joseph Stake, and Joyce Lines, Safford, president of he Mt. Graham Stake, will make the presentations. H. Clyde Davis, director of the LDS Institute at the University of Arizona, Tucson, will deliver the graduation address. Is it proper to call for Gordon's by name in English Pubs? Ifs not a matter of being proper. It's unnecessary. For when most Englishmen ask for gin, they expect to get Gordon's. After all, its distinctive dryness and delicate flavour have been a part pf English life for 194 yew, Americans, however, have keen enjoying Gordon's for t somewhat shorter span of time. So It is wise(and proper)to specify Gordon's by name. Your first sip of » Gordon's martini will tell you why it's the biggest selling gin over here as well as in England §n4 the rest of the world. MMST ff 9. t, & •mmtMM m m wo* KUIIM.WWH , wnu# w <m.»mf. 3-TON* REFRIGERATION *A.R.I. certified cooling Fret Eitimaft On Installation GILCHRIST HEATING and COOLING 276-3163 Petition Asks Expansion Of Cave Creek School CAVE CREEK—For the second time Within a year, residents hefe are seeking to provide adequate classroom facilities for students atj the Cave Crerek Elementary School. A $77,000 bond Issue for a new building and land was defeated last fall. Residents, however, submitted a petition bearing the signatures of more than half the persons who voted in the last bond election requesting "immediate steps be taken" to solve the problem. The petition was presented to the Cave Creek District & School Board Monday, the board promised to consider the problem at its prebudget hearing scheduled for 7:30 p.m. May 27. The school currently has 102 students, an increase of 15 for the PAINT JAMBOREE Vm Speciofo eit [mm ftttftutf PolnfA year, housed two grades to a room. C. T. Rye, school principal, submitted figures at the meeting which Indicated that next fall's enrollment would be a minimum of 120 student* and possibly 150 by midterm. Included in the petition was a request for a bond issue to build four additional classrooms and to raze the old frame building now wusing administrative offices and a branch of the Maricopa County Public Library. The petition resulted from public concern about emergency housing necessary for one grade next fall. Official action was taken to equip a storeroom a* an administrative office, leaving the present office available u an additional classroom. A substantial building program in Carefree and surrounding areas has greatly increased the assessed valuation but brought few additional children to the district, Rye said. tJmott any turfaee* lwod,bri<5»c, masonry. ta*y cleanup. Protect* like « ptaitta thleld. Lovely low luster finish. 12 colon NOW $7.95 per Gal. Final Supervisors Increase Precincts FLORENCE (AP) - The Pinal County Board of Supervisors Wednesday increased the county's voting precincts from 28 to 37. The changes showed Casa Jrande from four to eight; Eloy two to three; Florence two three; Superior two to three and Apache Junction one to three. NEW Mc/rr HOUSE PAINT Incredibly durable, fideasytouse.Drlei OULUX* TRIM & SHUTTER ENAMEL Fln«t, high paint fof all dutftfd* trim. 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