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Bonita Daily News (Newspaper) - April 26, 1972, Naples, Florida 10B NAPLES DAILY NEWS W«d., April 26, 1971 /SJQj'JMA /// • 3-D MOLDED PLASTIC SIGNS • MAGNETIC SIGNS FOR CARS AND TRUCKS • V TO 72" PLASTIC LETTERS AND NUMBERS ONE DAY SERVICE On Most Small Signs 8S6 8 7IH AVE N (BfHIND HtSS STATION' 6-19 696? iNapk* Wg No* A Constant Champion of Collier County. EDITORIALS • NEWS • FEATURES Hefen Help Us! Hair Is a Private Affair i "UNGLASTeT for WINDOWS? "i | Reflecto or Fade-Shield treated Dupont Mylar Film opplied | ‘o existing windows and doors: • Gives excellent visibility | • Keeps home or office cool ■ * Stops glare • Stops fabric J fading • Reduces air condi- ol tioning and heating costs. Hundred« of Satisfied ItiMtnHali A Commercial Cwitemeri! 51 VARIETIES t COIOIK THE SUN TAMERS HOWARD BROS. INC. Mtmbtr Nopltt ihomotr of Conwnirct licensed - tend«) - Insurie 21 HOUR UfVKf Mtmbcr Noplti (hombtr of (onwitrtt CALL 774-5809 Ì % TAX YIELD! Municipal Bonds are exempt from Federal Income Taxes affording you the opportunity of attaining a higher return, depending on your tax bracket. For details and a copy ot our booklet, Tax Free Bonds," write or call Mr. Dave Furnas, Sr V.P , (813) 879 4820 PI fo N4-26 MUNICIPAL INVI S1MINTS Member National Association of Securities Dealers. Inc 402 Reo St., Suite 112, Tampa, Fla. 33609 • (813) 879-4820 Please send me a complimentary copy of Tax-Free Bonds." Name ..................... Address...................................... City................ State Zip V Tel. (Business) Tel. (Home) DEAR HELEN: My husband, at 28, is prematurely balding. He bought a hair piece last year and we think it looks great. At over $200, it should! We haven’t made a big secret of this, but most of our friends and relatives don’t mention what looks so natural: it’s a part of Dan. .. All except this one woman who, when recent acquaintances are around, always manages to give Dan a “compliment” on his new hair. Maybe she’s just tactless, but I detect a smug look on her face when she sees a few people are surprised. Could be she’s jealous, as her husband could stand some improvements, too. And so could she, in spite of a dye job and false eyelashes. Telling her to cool it might only inspire her to more remarks. She’s the type. What’s a good, clever comeback? — HAIRASSED DEAR HAIRASSED: Why doesn't your husband, while acknowledging her ‘'('»mpliments" look her deep in the eyes and say, “Thanks, luv, but did you know your false eyelash is flapping?” Or perhaps YOU could note her new dye job. A few allusions to HER ‘ transformations” should get the message across. — H. * -ft j: DEAR HELEN: Years ago my wife was a sweet, devoted family woman. I may have taken her for granted, until the “affair” at her office cost her job. Since then I have tried to give her all the things that might have been lacking: love, attention, compliments, the wine-and-dine bit. I even do most of the home chores and cooking, as she has a new job now. But she rejects me, says we’re too old to be “lovey-dovey,” and she doesn’t want affection. Her work is all-important to her. I’m scorned and ridiculed. Yet I still love and want her. wilha kweosfl WANT AD USED CAR SALE ONCE IN A LIFETIME BARGAINS DUE TO TREMENDOUS SALES IN FEBRUARY & MARCH, WE DO NOT HAVE ROOM FOR TRADE-INS THAT WILL BE COMING IN. WE MUST MOVE THESE CARS: RET All 1971 SPORTABOUT STATION WAGON t Cyl., AT, AC, PS, UDIO............................................. 1970 BUICK SKYLARK 4 Or. Sid., i Cyl AT, AC, PS, RADIO 1969 DODGE CORONET 2 Dr. 6 Cyl, AT, RADIO.................................. 1969 RAMBLER 4 DR. CAM) LOAN VALUE - SALE MICE SOU) * Std. Trons..................... 1969 RAMBLER 2 DR. AT, PS................................................ 1968 AMBASSADOR 4 OR. HAROTOP, AT, AC, PS RADIO VS 1968 CHEVROLET BISCAYNE 4 OR.. VS, AT....................................... 1968 JAVELIN 2 DR. HT,V8, AC, PS, 4 Speed Trons.............................. 1967 AMBASSADOR DPL CAM) 2 OR., HT, V», AT, AC, PS, «A0I0, PB...... 1967 REBEL 4 DR, AT, RADIO. PS, 6 CYL............................................ 1967 DODGE CORONET 4 DR, V8, AT, PS, AC, RADIO........................................... 1967 AMBASSADOR DPL 2 DR. HT,V8, AT, AC, PS, PI, RADIO $2600 $2125 $1200 $1175 ...............................$1225 ................................$1350 $1000 Loan $625 ...............................$1475 $1125 $725 $1025 $1125 SOLD *1900 *1575 *825 *825 *850 *900 *425 *975 *725 *425 *625 *725 r American Motor* GULF COAST MOTORS 1126 Fifth Avenue South Naple«, Florida 33940 Telephone 642-3456 We tried a marriage counselor. He charged $400, and my wife said he was crazy. Since she all but throws me out of the house, I’ve been going to a club where I’ve met a widow I admire very much. Things are still cool, but momentum could gather very easy. She’s well off, and is used to the country club set, while I’m just an average guy. I’m flattered - and attracted! But my marriage of 23 years means a lot to me. Why does a man keep on wanting a woman who seemingly hates him? I’ve never been unfaitliful. My wife has, though I never mention it. Should I keep a perfect track record, or try for the next best thing? - UNDECIDED DEAK UN: Why not ask your wife? Perhaps if she realizes she may lose you, she’ll start working at her marriage again. If she doesn't, then perhaps you've drifted so far apart there's no returning. A trial separation might give you both needed time to think. — H. DEAR HELEN: I gave our daughter a birthday party and, naturally, she blew out the candles on her cake. One of the mothers present wouldn't let her son eat any of the cake because of germs! She said blowing out candles can deposit them all over the frosting and she couldn’t take chances. Our Cindy didn’t even have a cold! Isn’t this too much? — BURNED UP DEAK BURNED: A mother this health-conscious shouldn’t have allowed her son to attend the party: Think of all those nasty, swarming germs each time a kid breathes his way! Poor boy! — H. This column is dedicated to family i wing so it you're having kid trouble or Iust plain trouble, let Helen help YOU She will also welcome your own amusing experiences Wriie to Helen Bottel care ot this newspaper Solarian; The new Armstrong floor that shines without Solarian keeps its just-waxed look for years and years with a whisk of a STOP WAXING V wax! damp mopl No Scrubbingl No Wax! Mo Waxing! No Stripping! ®r. Armstrong Solarian Armstrong never promised you a no-wax floor. Now we do. Solarian. Most waxes won't even adhere to its tough, shiny-bright Mirabond™ wear surface. More important, neither will spills, tracked-in dirt, or even heel marks! Once over with a damp mop, and Solarian comes up gleaming . . . and keeps on gleaming! 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