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August 27, 1964

The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 35

Ottawa, Canada
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Thursday, August 27, 1964
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' back to mental health. ,', Perhaps you do love each ether, but the final decitloai bad better wait until you are '..' at least It. I am sending you - a list of books I recommend ? oa the serious subjects of mx kad dating. ;' ,. v. ,"V- -- . " .. : DEAR DORIS: . - -' What 1 proper eliquet eon ' earning gloves? The dress Is ' long and the problem Is: Mutt .' , we wear long gloves with a . long formal even though the . short ones look better? The . dretsee have straps about i three inches wide, -... , . CeOege Twbts. v 1 ' You msy wear the very' . short wrist length or the very l"t " UP aver the J. : how. But Toot the half-way glove. Not tbia year.1 :, . DEAR DORIS: , V- After receiving an Invite-", ton to attend an out-of - ' ; town business ' conference .', with ' my husband, to be held at a swanky country ' club. Doris. I'm terrified 111 ham him, v.", Proper use of tableware Hoes not fare me: it's how V end what to order, as there . win be menus. I've given my books on etiquette graces to my girts and sine I've : raited them very proper they would be ahocked If they knew "Mummy" was m l m M m m I mm,. so lax and Daddy' PLEASE PRINT NAME,; (B. Vast: Hmw a rt wit y W fw.iuaiiy nt torwurt ymmr ymm. ThtT wlU a anM wkaaTa to mat la wall la nm. UMlnaa an nMrlcM ta ekiMna 1 a4 youaaw.) i " ' TINY TUBES CLEVELAND Soma radio tubes are so tiny that a thim ble could hold II of them. Yonr doice of Two HOOVER POLISHERS Deluxe Model 5458 Standard Model 5338 . '. . each one features all the famous qualities found In all HOOVER products. Easy to use . . . giving your floors a perfect shine. , Deluxe ' Model f Complete with lamb's wool, buffer and wax ap- ' pllcator. .fv,','..;,i Standard . Model ' Equipped with ; felt pad for hard glo. , oovaa. . sbcond ri.oa V IN TUB MOMB fVaNlSHINOS powniowk . AND AT ,: , . , aii.i.iNGS ; V RIDOB ' ax wt Toasa m ii. i iu .nn,,nnji' .11 r n i I n'T-IT- i I I" 1 if TT...npmn i'm"iliiinwi T. ' THURSDAY. VuOUST 27. 1964 THE OTTAWA JOURNAL . 33 f vmSuazstful Livim ALL THREE STORES OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT UNTIL9 P.M. S 7 J o by DORIS CURK A Canadian Social Worker Helps With Human Problems . DEAR DORIS: ' At the age of 13 I wit l-. tacked and nearly raped. I beian to halt bays and Ufa. 1 nevar went with any ona boy vary long. I couldn't atand to have Chen neat ma. 1 have bean going with thil boy II months now. We teem to get along OK until h geu time for him to take ma home. He like to go park and I )ul dread' it. After about one-half hour of Backing he seems to want tomething elta. At this point I ttart to cry and tail him to utt ttay away from me, to he take me home. He still wantt to marry me but he la afraid I hate sex and I think he's right. What can I do? I love him very much. ' Will I hale him after we're married? Do you think . I have any major problems or are you like alii the other adults who laugh,, make fun of ma and my boy friend and aay wt can't possibly be in love because we're only teenagers? ' . -Unaappy. " You (car tax with good reason. Your early experience like all the ether adults who now colors every contact. Right then was when you needed to ulk It out Where wat your mother? Once you come to see the meaning of sax your fears will fade away. At its best, the sex act is the highest expression of lasting love. When abused. It become something bate -and cheapening. Would you and your boy-read book about it together? And resolve not to- indulge la sex . experimentation as you are doing? Thit ia your best way . Xr Downtown , Z36-45U Billings Bridge 2M-J681 West End 236.4662, would just be amused. Thank you for being a friend to us all. Mlddle-Aged Dunce. . You'd never shame him. "Politeness is benevolence In small things. A . true gentleman (or lady) must regard the rights and feelings of other." So says John H. Young, in "Our Deportment," 1879. It's still true. All else it merely. the Icing on the cake. - .'V In ordering from a menu, a lady . has her discussion with her escort rather than with the waitress, and he then orders for her and for himself. Usually aha orders dinner from table d'hote the meal which . Includes everything in the price of the entree. She makes a selection from each . course. If she prefers to, the ask her host's recommendation and goes by that If there ia some question in' her mind at to what ha can afford, this gives her a cue. CearfiaentiaJ at Netahagt For the Information you want, please write ia again, enclosing a scamped, self-addressed envelope. , '. - '' CeofUieatia to Mary Lauisei Don't be too ear. Since Joey doesn't want to be tied down, neither should you be. 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