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Lake Charles, Louisiana
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Tuesday, August 21, 1962
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> late Amsrkon Press t\t? Af| \fltlY Embers of Love Could Fade in This Romance ABfGATL VAN BfftfclV | m«kfirg[ «ff her own decisions affd \ pened <o me, artd I was annoyed DEAR ABBY: I have been with the FIRE DEPARTMENT less bemg her own 'boss'." DEAR ABBY: Not too long ago WEEK'S CALENDAR tr'v to talk hereto marrying me 2? ™?l ! °uf 6VG ? 8sked m ! Unload your P roblem on Abbv anyway, or should I find' another! l" ere T(b . ought m /J am Pf' an . d (For a personal reply, send a self<_,:, J she went down and bought a pair; ,, , . . J, . 3° b? . «*MHik*»h*mf«ri»«.ir M»h,«.."Messed, stamped envelope to ROOKIE. •just like them for herself. My husband said I should be flattered. Abb y. """'""• band said I should be flattered. ADt >y. care ot this paper. DEAR ROOKIE: Better find an- Tell me, honestly wouldn't you be For Abby's booklet, "How To; TUESDAY, AUd. 21 the SPEBSQSA meets Ttresday, 7:30 p.m., 1710 Hwy. 14. Social Dancing night for adults only, High School Park recreation center. 8-10 p.m. ,— -, -..- . TT.» a».,uj<:u Civil Defense Women's Police at first. Bat after thinking H otref, I UTlil meets Tuesday. 7 p.m., in nattered. i court house basement. Chennault AF Base, Skyway Service Club: 8 p.m., Family Fun time; and 8:45 p.m., Social Mix. The Southwest Louisiana Coin tel. Second Wednesday of each club meets Tuesday, 7 p.m., at the Calcasieu Savings and Loan building, 1155 Ryan street. There will be a trading session and a Coin Auction. All members are urged to attend and bring a guest, further information call HE- WouW You Wont Daughter To Work for a Newspaper? Sire told yon * got WttMreft'ft toffi Her application for admission to a Journalism school came and she sent it to me ta fill h» sow* of the blanks. "Would you want your daughter to work for a newspaper?" a friend jibed, parodying, of course, the dilapidated old cliche of our time, "Would you want your daughter to marry. . ." etc. I started to say "No"-the automatic response of any parent who wants his children to avoid all the pitfalls he lurched into, miss all the pain and, instead, to make a million dollars. I was going to college but the ed- trcation really belonged to thost men in the office who haggled over my courses, nagged m* about my grades, dipped curiously into my textbooks and fed m* soup and hot-dogs on those days when I'd spent my last nickel on carfare. They were hard on me. I caft still hear the police reporter who gave me his Monday off saying bitterly, "So you made a C-minus, huh? On MY day off the best you can do is a lousy C-minus?" But they were equally hard oft my teachers. The English professor who gave me a C-pIus on th« theme they had helped me writ* „, ...*,^ iiuu n^ipcvi me wi iiw But the fact that it was an ap- j about 'he bonus marchers really plication to a college reminded neard frortl them. DEAR ANNOYED: It MAS hap- erly Hills, Calif. i MISS WHITE CASTLE OF 1962: Miss Belly Collet, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William P. Collet was chosen over a field of 23 beauties ai the annual Sugar Cane festival held last week. Miss Collet will represent her city ai the parish Sugar Cane Festival to be held in Plaquemine on Aug. 25. She i* a Junior at McNeese Stale College and is a member of Chi Omega sorority. : other girl. If she's burning to marry you, she won't throw cold water on ywir job. ! DEAR ABBY: Do you recall your answer to a young girl (or i maybe it was to her mother), | when you were asked to settle | the question of when a girl is "her own boss"? MRS. A. C. nit/i^ nrvci^y lu ucvciu^j acvcLc . tico uciievc men, ui must DEAR MRS. A. C.: It may not emotional disturbances, although ; it's because of the parents. , be verbatim, but this is close: i they make up less than one per-1 Some parents are emotionally, i 'When a girl leaves her parent's cent of the child population. 1 immature, others transpose their' home, pays her own room and - me of something — my own ap- Want my daughter to work fof ..„,._«,,,_, ..UUIKII i. juu uv. i ui »uuj o uwun.ti, iju.. j.« o QCIC , ° * ""•• "H Tvani my aaUEnter to work fnf if this happened to you? '• Have a Lovely Wedding." sendr' 9616 ' ! plication to a college during the a newspaper? If she should be s* ANNOYED. ' 50 cents to Abby, Box 3365, Bev-; Business and Professional Worn- de P r esston days of the '30's. j lucky I'll know a good fairv at* Mature Love /s Antidote For Successful Adoption Adopted children are ten times trists, and heads of adoption agen **Mffst^«.« «,ii«4i.(iw<f ui i~ t.^.1 < i^uii\,tj n itjij) ailM <icc<u^3 \JL aui/L/LJVII CI KvTIi . * — * more likely to develop severe! cies believe that in most cases Amateur Talent Group. en's club meets Tuesday, 7 p.m., 1 was able to make appication! tended her birth. for program, at Simpson Methodist church, 1611 Highway 14. AUG. 21 , Skyw p.m., Lej meeting because I had a newspaper job, a ., with this disturbing infertile frustrations on the adopt- board, buys her own clothes, pays "statistic," writer Bernard Asbell | ed child, and still others aren't for her own dental and medical uncovers the "hidden" dangers be- sufficiently pre-counseled as to care, finances her own education hind adoption and the conditions j the rearing of an adopted child. and pays for her own entertain- conducive to adoption failure. j of the 50,000 couples who adopt P" vile «e Dr. Marshall D. Schechter, an ! each year, 20,000 adopt private- l . . ecer, an of choosing her own company, eminent California psyc hi at rist, Beach Party Goes YOUNG MODERNS All Wrapped Up! Are you planning a picnic at 'he beach? To make sure Ihe sand von't "season" your foods, t h e American Meat Institute suggests you serve supper-in-a-package. Shape thick patties of ground 'ieef, arrange each on a square •>f aluminum foil, top with a thick lice of tomato and onion. Season •nth salt and pepper, then wrap securely in foil. Carry to the picnic — one for i.-ach serving — and cook the un- secret marriage! \vrapped packages over glowing coals about 15 minutes to a side, Secret Wedding May Be Costly , discovered that of the 120 chil- ly. In 48 of the 50 states, prospective parents are free to go to a dren he had treated in the last j doctor, a clergyman, a lawyer, full-time job at the munificent pay ^f $12 a week, and because the j men who ran that newspaper Chennault AF Base, S k y w a y | had * rev f cnce for education ' Service Club: fi to 9 p.m., Leath-' £° m . e ? f them were y oUn S men ercraft class; 7 p.m., meeting for ' „ had attended fine Eastern - • • - i colletes. One was an old univer- i sity football star. One, an editori- iir j j actuits: a | wr jt er wno didn't last lone Wednesday, 8-10 p.m., I wore a phi E .. f iasi l0 " 8 ' . School Park recreation cen-! his W atch chat ter. Mrs. Georgia Earle, in-' alch Chain ' structor. Ceramics classes are taught Wednesday, 9-11 a.m. and 1-4! p.m., High School Park recrea-' lion center by Mrs. A. B. Nevils.! . ) When they learned I was going Lake Charles Duplicate Bridge i to try to work and go to school , .1. — __.i._HT l _i •> _>. »i • * ._ . But many of them were men \vho had very little formal schooling and for that reason they nur- club meets Wednesday, 7:30 p.m., in the Coffee Shop of Majestic ho — ..— v .— ^^ ... v .. v .«.,*. ——., » *,.« & j*».*.*., M ««»Yjx,i, in me \^unct; oiiup 01 iviijesuc no- five years, 16 or 13.3 percent had j anyone who might know an unwed j tel. Second Wednesday of each been adopted. A similar discov-; expectant mother, and arranged' month is Master Point night, cry was made by the Children's • an adoption privately. Service of the Menninger Clinic, Drs. Catherine S. Amatruda and THURSDAY, AUG. 23 pU'od. 8 'adopted 3 ^ Ba ' dWJ " - in st . udyi . n S: Review course in social danc- they had an informal staff meeting to decide how they could help me by rearranging hours and assignments and swapping days off. In exchange for this I had to Stores Pair Says Vows by Candlelight STARKS (SpU - In a candle* light service, at 8 p.m. on Aug. 18, marriage vows were exchanged between Veda Ray Johnson* daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ray Johnson, and J. L. Bussell, son of Johnnie Bussell, of Starks. The ceremony was solemnized in the home of the bride's parents with the Rev. Gertherd' Ashworth Jr. officiating. White gladioli wer« used as decorations. The bride was given in marriage by her father. She wore n gown of lace and pea de soie. Her — ... „„.„. „„.,». —,—„..,,, subjects they wished ll7pVr7enfo7its~chiid''Da ^"""T J""^ ^ aaopuo "! in g f ° r adults only, taught Thurs-ithey had had the opportunity to H.3 percent of its child pa- by licensed adoption agencies and ; day, 7-8 p.m., High School Park j study themselves. By VIVIAN BROWN AP Newsfeatures Writer i friends with an older girl — she's 126. and my mother says she does tients. And more recently, a child guidance clinic in Cleveland found that 10 percent of its emotionally distraught children had been adopted. vealed that of the agency place c e " l e r Frank ! ss. r P erce;rsr,=rsr^ ^ „* «„:&.« ^t£» "successful," while only 46 per- second and fourth Thursday, 2-4 i ab ^ HP hLTJl ,,n cent were "successful" of the pri-: n m Hieh School Park rprrpa- i u j t. i . vately adocted children surveyed. E™"Jn £ a , hard sc . ho01 -. ^porting What then are the facts respon-j Corroborating the results of the I Ceramics classes are What a price one , _«^, M ».uw .TUAIV mv, \,\j OCC U1C Uli I Ul (bring her to the house, but the —o , ^ .....,M^ S , u a ;»u C) "I fear that I've made a terri- 8 ir l is very understanding and 'urning once. Sandwich the picnic-S b ' e mistake by getting married always offers me very good ad- burgers in buns, which have been: secretly," writes a 17-year-old v i ce carried along in their store wrap- girl- She's had a lot of bad breaks •""f 5 - . ! " ! figured my parents wouldn't, and people shun her. I will be 18 They make mighty good eating; approve, so we eloped to another in three months. Don't you think -or hungry swimmers! [state. I have not had the courage I should b e able to choose my — j to tell my parents because we own friends, especially since my j have had a number of quarrels, j mother doesn't pay any attention | And I don't know whether I real-' to me?" ^ZK^^^ H possible your mother is 'wait and see if my husband and! mor ^. al f l l ° V™ problems than '* make = •"> «f » ^ , I you think? Perhaps things you've, . | not have a gOOd reputation. She! ^'^'e " ll «'^ "icv_nasc ui ou many \ miioii uua-oaiuwiu siuuy, anoill- l "» « i auajr, D.OU-O p.m., nig lor a i does not want me to see the girl or' ad °P ted children's lives? Psychia- < er study not yet published, re-1 School Park recreation center. ' * ' - ' —•—. _ itnnln^] tUnt « M 1*> */» »-_ — i _r A 1. _ I ^ViAnnmiH ATT 1 Dn*.M C \r .. ... — valid mother by selling newspa the streets of New ntn cue me laLu i ta^uii-( v/i/i i vuui aiujg me icauits 01 me i vxcicniiita i. i a n o tr s ai e iit'io pers gn Ihp sfrppt<! nf NPU/ n the wreckage of so many i Amatruda-Baldwin study, anoth-1 oh u r s d a y. 6:30-9 p.m., High J leans d , , d . . ^™' phildrpn's livp S 9 p s vrhi a .! er study not yet published, re-1 School Park recreation center. !,. ' f fl . rmng a iBX{Cab - vealed that only 46 per cent of the I Chennault AF Base, S k y w a y i.. lhev . s ^ ld he , had onl y 8 ° n e .* * i_. _.. . " . * . t« t*r\t 1 rth f UH fiivrAlv «v« n J. i_ _ ^.1 1 FREE *U* Kolor-Bak POMADE GRAY HAIR Nothing to Buy! Sf. Raphael CDA Names Commiffees »taitvj uiat UIIIJT to pel teilL Ul IHc \ v^i^iiiiaun, riA uaoc, kJR j' v cij'.i U^U 't. o--private adoptions were success-' Service Club: 6 to 9 p.m., Leath- 1 f" 1 " 0 ^" ™ sixth grade in school ful. ercraft class. but so .great was his passion for tell them I did the wrong thine'',•• i <" S( r ussLwltn her w ere Miss Lois Leger, retreat; Miss I don't like to admit it " i tmial and she thou § nt the - v would;Mary Nell Pousson, education; ,. . . i resolve gracefully or that she'd | Mrs. Richard Vest, legislation; ™=b» „ f°' ng difficult to : like you to make some decisions i Mrs. Frank Genius public rela make your marriage work on this j on your own. Although intensive preliminary interviews of prospective parents by good adoption agencies might conceivably reduce the failure connected with privately adopted children, widespread adoption via adoption agencies does not seem IOWA (S P l.)-Committee chair-; eA n d ^gain. what about the 24 for Court St. Raphael, Cath-j percent unsuccessful agency- FiQiiffrif ope fif ATTIOPIPU WOFO ! iii*>i^ < acts ui rtineru-d, were i ac j 0 pted children, whose prospec- rpppnf/v ftfi fnllnu/c* I * icv-cun^ aa lunuwa. j tive parents supposedly under- retreat; Miss went intensive preliminary interviews? Many child welfare experts feel udsis. iou are missing the joys. that newlyweds should experience FRIDAY, AUG. 24 ' She Seems lo be ^ ulle aware of ! ' Mrs. Frank Genius public rela- that proper counseling o prospec- ,u • M , "rf • , °i C lions; Mrs. L. J. Landry, social tive parents, both thofe who adopt! m ° nl f 1S Master P ° mt day " welfare; Mrs. Frank Natali. char- nrivatplv nr tVimnoh Q0n n^i oc College Oaks Fun club n the written word that he had educated himself. I can hear him now wrangling Dixie Squares Square Da n c e i with a yellow-skinned, cadaverous club meets every Friday night, old desk man over my schedule. 8-11 p.m., at Drew Park recrea- It was not mine to reason why. tion center. All area square danc ers invited. Pre-Teen club for 9, 10 and 11 year-olds have classes in ballroom dancing Friday, 7-10 p.m., High School Park recreation center. • | Morning Duplicate Bridge club meets Friday, 9:30 a.m., at Bevo's. First Friday of e a ch matching pillbox embroidered with seed pearls. The bride is a student at Me- Neese Slate college, where she ia majoring in Physical Science Education. The groom is employed at Younger Bros. Inc. in Lak« Charles. They will make their home i» Lake Charles after » brief wedding trip. PHOTO COPIES Of Birth drtlflcotti, Wtddlny Llctnitt, Dltehargt Papers And Ottitr DMumtnti While You Wait MAC'S CAMERA SHOP DISCOUNT REVLON BNAIL POLISH 20% OFF your associatio " this girl, -the fun of planning h homp your as , entertaining together pot uT gand has no hesilanc y in express- • , — — ( — privately or through agencies, i. Dan Sheridan, Civil De- should be inaugurated, and that .; fense and highway safety. : this counseling"be a continuous Also, Miss Lucy Foreman, vo- affair, with parents reporting at College Oaks Fun club meets! Friday, 7-10 p.m., for dancing al ! the recreation center. ' 16.95 LADIES' WESTCLOX - - • • — «-. a handUn S an d S^i certainty stand in you way. —a $1.50 jar, regular j Your parents could offer good their future " '" 6 '"# her opinion of her obviously Also ' Miss Lucy . Forcman ' vo ' a^ir, with parents reporting at Beginners' ceramics classes You are living for this or ih l for your own 8 ood - cations: Mrs. Genius and Mrs. S., specified intervals over a period' held Friday. 911 a.m.. and 1-4 J«*.»d coupon p,u,2*fc,;,« o, (u , ?bm (Mr and „=. v™ lhe fc esl . ^^^^l^^l^^^^^S-JS. SCh °°' F " k ' OTM • •b^ssXTpXi^s'T^ DraaWs °"- custodi ^i;:r;a r = nlalio " ° f lta ^rsi^'^to -WRIST WATCH 10 *'KliK-a $1.50 jar, regular; Your parents could offer good bad breaks often have profited by an of robes ™' " u ' luul retail size, of amazing new 'counsel. Straightening out your, the experience. But if she isn't! Miss Rosabel Landry lecturer Kolor-Bak Pomade. Apply j marriage could give you a firm-i your type, her counsel mav nniL^u- u.. : «n.. „„ ..n _'.._. ^.-' — - — - ——... ~ v*MU.*Aw• *~»fs!•/* j i ——- --«Q>. %,v*vtiu fjiVG you 3 Kolor-Bak Pomade as you ! er foundation for affection and would any ordinary hair 'erase doubts. If your marriage is groom. Watch grayness be re- : wrong, it could be the lime to displaced by youthful, natural- so ' ve il . so lhat you and your bus- looking color—and so GRAB- band can find happiness else- UALLY that your best friends where - wfll never notice the change. '. No matter how much you loved Excellent for both men and l eacn olher when you married, women. Send coupon TODAY j considerable strain on your emo- to Kolor-Bak, 657 W. Chicago j tions nas token place, and it could Ave., Chicago 10, 111. ' ^ ruinous to your future happi- ! ness together. | But it could work out perhaps, jif your parents gave their blessing and helpful assistance. Here's a letter from a girl who feels she is neglected by her mother: "Ever since I was a child I have been seeking my mother's love. She never has time for me and when I ask her something important, she forgets to hear me out if the phone rings or some one drops into the house. She'd never think to ask me about it again. Sometimes she says Til sleep ) it' or 'I'll think about it' but i duct at meetings. tion success is also dependent COUPON GOOD FOR FREE <12° SIZE KOLOR-BAK POMADE NAME STREET CITY . ZONE. I STATE- i Offer expires Sept. 20. LIMIT OF ONE on she never mentions it again. "My mother is active in everything in our town. My father is '• on the road a lot. I have made , • —- •••""..„.». , UUJ , au^veoa is dj&u uepe/iueni Aren t there girls of your own, A date for the retreat for the: upon its administrators, namely, age who'd make good friend s?i aged and sick will be announced. I parents, adoption agencies, doc^ Perhaps you are becoming too; Mmes. Vest. Sheridan and Wai-! tors, clergymen and a host of oth- dependent on your mother, and lace McGee were appointed to the er "interested" parties and the she wants you to begin assuming committee for the September, adoption counseling they receive rocnrtnciV\i1itif +~,^^t :—,— I i . . responsibility. meeting. 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