The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin on June 27, 1965 · Page 57
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The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin · Page 57

Racine, Wisconsin
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Sunday, June 27, 1965
Page 57
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"Shrinks Hemorrhoids New Way Without Surgery STOPS ITCH-REUEVES PAIN For the first time science has found a new healing substance with the astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids and to relieve pain-without surgery. In case after case, while gently relieving pain, actual reduction (shrinkage) took place. Most amazing of all—results were | so thorough that sufferers made | astonishing statements like "Piles ' have ceased to be a problem!" The secret is a new healing substance (Bio-Dyne®)—discovery of a world-famous research institute. This substance is now available in suppository or ointment form under the name Preparation H®. Ask for it at all drug counters. Dentists help overcome shock of new .FALSE TEETH When false teeth get on yo\n nerves many dentists give special FASTEETH powder. It helps hold teeth In place — helps keep them from slipping or dropping down when you talk—makes you feel more secure. PASTEETTH cushions tender gums so you can bite harder and eat faster with greater comfort. PASTEETH helps you laugh and speak more clearly, confidently. PASTEETH checks •plate odor' (denture breath). At drug counters everywhere. Clean up after the barbecue. Tough on grit, grease and grime. A flexible scouring cloth, wonderful for pots and pans. 'GOLDEN RLEECE ® SCOUR CLOTH • • • EVERY WEEK there's good reading in FAMILY WEEKLY EYEGLASSES by MAIL as (ow as $1.95 Write lor FREE Catalog with 14 Simpli Ltni Quality READING or BIFOCAL GlasMt for Far and Naar Recommended lor folks approximately 40 years or older who do not have astigmatism or disease of ttie eye, and who have dilii- culty reading or seeing far. We sell in interstate commerce exclusively. Est. 1939 Thousands of Customers Advance Spectacle Co., Inc. Dept .FW2 537 S. Dearborn • Chicago 5. III. Maybe Steve Lawrence and Eydie Goraie, after seven hectic years of marriage, have found a secret for happiness; if so it's— S TEVE LAWRENCE stretches indolently behind a big oak desk in his paneled den and between yawns tells you: "What am I like? I'm lazy. Never get up till noon or so. Not like my wife. She's always doing something." Steve's wife is Eydie Gorme, of course. Later she shakes her head worriedly as Steve bustles out of their New York apartment. "He never lets up," she says. "On the stage until 11, then he sits up reading until 5. He's out of bed at noon and Life's More Fun as Strangers Steve Lawrence and Eydie Gorme arrange entertainment schedules to allow more time in their New York apartment with sons David, 5. and Michael, 3. By JACK RYAN off for recording sessions, business meetings, and now the planning for his new fall television shows. I take things at a less hectic pace." The fact that husband and wife see each other and themselves so differently may have some personal significance. After seven years of marriage, they have two sons, success as individual performers and as a team, plus the inevitable rumors of "marital troubles." But they still seem as fresh and unpredictable as when, just out of their teens, they indignantly denied a reported romance by stating: "We are not engaged, do not intend to be, and there is no personal attachment between us." They were married not long after. Their own views aside, what are these recording, night-club, and tv stars likfe? Pretty much as they describe each other, and not at all as they describe themselves. They are dedicated to the same things: their children, each other, wisecracks, success—and more success. On the latter point, Eydie is a good example as she explains her reaction after being felled for months by mononucleosis: "At first you Work hard just to eat. Then when you get to the top, you work harder because you're afraid somebody will take it all away from you. When I had the *weako8' after my illness, I tried to rest by doing needlepoint, but all the time 14 Family Weekly, June 27,1965

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