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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - May 27, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa The Ccdiir Kaplds Gawtlr: Mon.. May 27. 1971 ]l a ear Ity Abigail Van Iturcn DEAR ABBY: Ilegarding Girl" who wanted to know why you replied, "Ixively" to Ihe lli-ycar-old girl who was saving her virginity for her husband, may I coiii- llli'Dl? I am a male, 55, who has been a social worker for 18 years. I don'I know how ma- ture "Normal Girl" considers herself In be, but if (as she claims) all that is necessary lor a beautiful and guill-free sexual relationship between a guy and a girl is lhat they "love" each other, it's a wonder we are nol all in bed by the time we are Children, by their own im- mature standards, start "falling in love" very early in their lives. What keeps most young girls from going all the way is respect for Ihe stan- dards of their parents, teachers and community. DKAIt CLEVELANDER: As I view It. of equal importance to respect for Ihe standards of one's parents, teachers and community Is respect for one's self. But according to my mail, what keeps most young girls from going all the way is fear of pregnancy, fear of V'D and fear that the boy might tell a few dozen of his closest friends and in that order. DEAR ABBY: Norton's wife, who complained that Norton never opened his mouth in company, and consequently everybody thought he was unfriendly or mad, reminded me of a cousin of mine. Her husband also was a very quiet man, but il was beantiful to watch her draw him into the conversation by saying, "Larry, why don't you tell the folks about the night watchman who found the cat locked in the That gave Larry a chance to talk without making him feel I've always ad- mired my cousin for the con- sideration she showed for her quiet husband. KISSIN' COUSIN ..DEAR COUSIN: She deserves to be kissed. The world could use more wives like her and fewer wives who make a practice of interrupting their husbands lo finish a story lie's telling. CONFIDENTIAL TO "NOT Don't rely on appearances. The guy you peg as the early bird may have been up all night. love is... giving up smok- ing to please your sweetheart. Two Locations... TWICE AS NICE! DOWNTOWN 108 ie tower TOWN COUNTRY Shopping Center Think Tank Visionaries Work To Alter American Economy By
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