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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 62

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Psychiatrist needs self-therapy DEAR ABBY: The advice you give, "seek professional help," is good, except for one hitch. One should check on any prospective therapist first. I went to a kook whose office walls are festooned with degrees but he must have left his ethics behind in grade school. Three years and thousands of dollars later, I wound up with a divorce. The grounds? Adultery. The man? My therapist. (And I'm not even good looking.) Therapy often causes women patients to "fall in love" with their doctors, but the competent (and ethical) psychiatrist knows how to handle this situation. A little investigating later turned up the facts that my doctor was known for tomcatting around. He is still sitting around "helping" people, raking it in and no doubt putting out. Me? I have a ruined marriage, two fatherless children and no money. Please print this. It might save some unsuspecting woman from my fate. BITTER DEAR BITTER: Most therapists wouldn't touch a patient with a 10-foot pole. You just happened to get the local Lochinvar. However, you are in a better position than I am to "save some unsuspecting woman from the same fate." Report your doctor to the county medical society. He desperately needs therapy himself, and shouldn't be permitted to practice. DEAR ABBY: My wife and I have been married for nine years. We have four daughters, 7, 5, 4 and 2. We own our own business, own an average home, and drive an average late model car. My wife is just about the most wonderful woman in the By ABIGAIL VAN BUREN world. She's a great cook, an excellent housekeeper and a fine mother. She loves to work in the yard, seldom raises her voice or loses her temper and we get along beautifully. Our children are exceptionally well-behaved and we have wonderful friends. My wife loves my folks, and I love hers. My problem, Dear Abby, is that I am about to go completely out of my mind trying to figure out how a bum like me ever got into such a wonderful situation. Should I accept the fact that I am the luckiest guy in the world, or should I just keep trying to figure this thing out? DAVE IN EUGENE, OREGON DEAR DAVE: Accept it. And also knock on wood and bite your tongue. DEAR ABBY: My husband and I were eager to entertain at home after our marriage last year. We have invited friends for cocktails, brunch, foreign meals, buffet dinners and after-theater suppers. We were pleased with the high number of acceptances, and our guests always seemed to have a good time. As newlyweds we live in a small apartment in a new high-rise building in the "city." But in THE FAMILY CIRCUS by Bit Keane 'Mommy! I think Daddy is changing into a HIPPIE!" SALE WE HAVE A NUMBER OF FLOOR SAMPLES IN FURNITURE • ACCESSORIES • & LIGHT FIXTURES THAT ARE MARKED DOWN 32/3 % TO 50% MANY ARE DECORATOR ITEMS SOME WOOD-SOME IRON % i • ~.-~ ARIZONA 'S LARGEST VISIT WROUGHT IRON SHOWROOMS bPIN DAILY 8 TO 5:30-SATURDAY 9 TO 5 CLOSED SUNDAY ERICAN IRON WORKS 4223 N. 16th ST. PHOf NIX, ARIZONA 264-0676 $yfo?tf>*y&i>*'t/& spite of the limited area of entertaining, we have opened our doors to about 150 guests — some of them four or five times. However, sadly, we must admit, only three couples have reciprocated thus far. The rest are still repeating meaningless p h r a s es, like "drop in sometime," or, "we must get together soon." Of course we don't intend to "drop in." We are dropping off — their names from our list of future guests. Isn't that the only answer? DISAPPOINTED DEAR DISAPPOINTED: Yes. 1 think in your "eager* ness" to get into the social swim, yon may have "gone off the deep end." To invite the same people four and five times without a reciprocal invitation from them appears to me as "social "climbing," stick with those who have returned your invitations. If you have only three couples who appreciate your company and hospitality, you're doing well. DEAR ABBY: what is ail this commotion about fat women? My wife is 30 pounds heavier than she was when we were married, but for crying out loud, she is also 30 years older! She is stylish and immaculate and she always looks beautiful because she has sense enough to wear the proper foundation garments. She doesn't look as heavy >as she is because she is never bouncing, sagging or bursting at the seams. Just because a woman is "fat" doesn't mean she has to be sloppy. PAPA LOVES MAMMA Wedding vows taken FRIEDL-WILLIAMS Carol Ann Williams and William J. Friedl exchanged wedding vows yesterday in St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur E. Williams, 311 E. Orangewood. Mr. and Mrs. Richard P. Friedl of Thermopolis, Wyo., are the bridegroom's parents. Maid of honor was Nancy Boljan and Richard J. Friedl served as best man. Bridal attendants were Mrs. Gary Williams, Candy G a r m i r e, Janie Thompson, Mrs. Gene Shultz and Karen Jones. Ushers included Gary and Scott Williams, Bob Novak, Roy Wisdom, Bob Olson and Ranee McKenna. The new Mrs. Friedl was graduated from the University of Arizona. Mr. Friedl is a graduate of the University of Denver and is a student' at the UofA Law School. He is attending summer classes at California Western Law School in San Diego. Miss America on VSO tour Shoe Sale 6000 Pairs Butter Brown Mi»s America Noturoliztr 2 Pair $3 2 Pair $5 2 Pair $7 llWestBmlint 3142 East Van lunn. Read Julian DeVries' "Medical Spotlight" HOPE WIGS WEST PHOENIX OPEN 9 -TIL 9 EAST PHOENIX 2206 W. Indian (except Me»a) corner of School Rd. MESA 24th Street 279-549J 2123 W. Main St. t Thomas Rd. 265-8475 969-7371 . 956-4491 Five Full Years Written Guarantee STRETCH BRUSH & WEAR No settings, just brush and wear. Above Special Limit One to a Customer HER DUTCH GIRL! HIS DUTCH BOY! HIS & HER WIGS The "In" thing in Phoenix, mo/fe Jf-iati 1000 i/i dock NOW ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) — Miss America 1970 and six other beauty contest winners have left here for a 22-day tour 1 of military bases in Vietnam. The tour is sponsored by the USO. It will be the fourth overseas tour for the Miss America-USO show. Two have traveled to Vietnam and one to Japan and Korea. The girls on the tour are Pamela Eldred, Miss America 1970, from Birmingham, Mich.; Miss Alabama, Ann Fowler of Birmingham; Miss California, Susan Anton of Yucaipa; Miss North Carolina, Patricia Johnson of Raleigh; Miss Colorado, Adria Easton of Boulder; Miss Oregon, Margaret Huhta of Astoria, and Miss Tennessee, Mary Cox of Johnson City. His name is on our coffee house. It stands for very special hamburgers and a menu of tasty food at prices shoppers appreciate. Make a date to meet at Chauncey's! serving your favorite cocktail 4321 N. Central Ave. Phoenix, 279-4964 HOUSE OF VACUUMS Cam«lback Stores •AU mum •••• Ail » BT«Mt to a Newer, Finer Store at 1441 E. Camelback! BY SEPTEMBER 1st! We'll Still be Stllinf-Servicinc at the Same Old Stand lose i. C«IH«lfc««k THi Avcnw* 279-49M 15 last •Hi Street Temp* ••«-o*s2 • KUREKA e HOOVCH • JFAFF • Phoenix, Frf., Ang. 14,197ft The Arizona Republic 37 :srsgp'^'s<!^M«Aj^- &%3UKH]ft USE YOUR. FREE GAS, FREE GREEN STAMPS, FREE MEALS, FREE MOTEL!!!! Use your ESP at Village oj Oakcreekl We give you 1,000 Free green stamps, pay part of your gas bill and refund part of your restaurant or motel charges when you take our company guided tour of Village of Oakcreek. Stop at participating service stations. Bring your gas receipt and we pay up to $3 per family for your gas. It's the same with participating restaurants and motels t 5 Miles South of Scdona on Hwy 179 After dark and during the day, Vic Wilmot keeps tabs on the entertainment world on the Entertainment pages of The Republic HOOVER SCISSOR and SERVICE CLINIC Put New Life In Your Hoover Vacuum! MPOINT FACTOtY CHECK-OUT UST Regular Service Charge 7.93 TWO DAYS ONLY! FBI. SAT. - AUG. 14 A 15 ONLY... SCISSORS SHARPENED BY FACTORY EXPERTS! ONUT IMTi OILY / :V 2 Plus Parts Free Estimate on Major Repairs FACTORY REPRESENTATIVES ON HAND » ONLY GENUINE HOOVER PARTS USED! Check Electrical System , Check Motor to Bearings Check All Movable Parts , Check Belt fc Brushes Check For Bag Defects Check Filter System Check & Clean Agitator Clean, Grease It Lab Lubricate PINKING SEWING BARBER GARDEN KITCHEN SURGICAL ETC. PINKING SHEARS HOOVER DIAL-A-MATIC WITH COMPLETE DELUXE SET OF ATTACHMENTS PRICED MUCH TOO LOW TO ADVERTISE NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE! / 13 i . • t ; • '. 5 i ••'• ' '/ / • ; NEW HOOVER Convertible • A Hoover the wilds Imest cleaner. • Extra luge thiow-away baj- holifsmoie rjiit- change less often! • Vinyl outer jacket -never a dusty odor. Wipe clean with i damp cloth. • 4-position iug- adiuslment... indoor- outdoor floor coverings to deep shag tugs. • T*o speed motor - »f 50 s . mo»e suction with cleaning tools, <1 automatically 1 A COMPLETE SET OF CLEANING ATTACHMENTS WITH PURCHASE OF THIS , HOOVER UPRIGHT... /^ NOW ONLY Itou mm niM 59«s IIWOM-OUTOOO* MKN SMAQ YOUR CHOICE • i HOOVER BAGS PKGS. FOR HOOVER flB SHAMPOO - POLISHER OR Bvr : p:.! pii-jii lliil SCIUMING, W4XING AND POLISHING IRUSHfS-Scrubs floors lik« th«y've never been scrubbed before. Versatile brushes also apply wan and polish floors to * high luster. SHAMPOO MUSMIS-Return your . carpet to its original beauty, Dis\ penses only suds, perfectly safe to I ust. Pays for itself tirst timt usid. HOOVER HANDIVAC VACUUM Lightweight, easy, to .use Handivac for those quick pickups. P I •111 I HOOVER VACUUM SALE AUG. 14,15, and 16. YOUR ONLSTOP FAMILY SHOWING CfNTfRI 8302 McDowell Rd.

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