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June 6, 1990 | LYNN SIMROSS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Financial opportunities for women have improved in the last decade, but lawyer and financial consultant Emily Card says women must change their attitudes about spending and saving money in the '90s. "They need to learn it's OK to say no to spending money," said Card, the author of the new "Ms. Money Book." "The '90s will be a savings decade." Most women do not think in terms of money and power, Card and other experts believe.
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June 6, 1990 | LYNN SIMROSS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Financial opportunities for women have improved in the last decade, but lawyer and financial consultant Emily Card says women must change their attitudes about spending and saving money in the '90s. "They need to learn it's OK to say no to spending money," said Card, the author of the new "Ms. Money Book." "The '90s will be a savings decade." Most women do not think in terms of money and power, Card and other experts believe.
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May 19, 1985 | JANICE MALL
Credit and financial expert Emily Card describes a frantic woman who telephoned her one morning for advice. After a 25-year marriage, the woman's husband wanted a divorce. He closed the couple's department store, bank and other credit card accounts, which were in his name, and gave her $500 in cash "to tide her over" for an indefinite period, and left.
NEWS
May 19, 1985 | JANICE MALL
Credit and financial expert Emily Card describes a frantic woman who telephoned her one morning for advice. After a 25-year marriage, the woman's husband wanted a divorce. He closed the couple's department store, bank and other credit card accounts, which were in his name, and gave her $500 in cash "to tide her over" for an indefinite period, and left.
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February 24, 1985 | DON G. CAMPBELL, Campbell is an author and Times staff writer
Lest we congratulate ourselves too soon on progress on the women's rights front, bear in mind that just a hair over 10 years ago the Veterans Administration, in screening applications for home loans based on a husband and wife's joint income, routinely inquired not only about birth control attitudes, but the how of the couple's practices as well.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 10, 1992
Sophia Loren, producer Gale Anne Hurd and entertainment attorney Emily Card will serve as honorary chairs for Women in Film's first Academy Awards Viewing Party. The black-tie-optional event will take place Oscar Night, March 30, at the Beverly Hills Country Club from 5 p.m. The evening will honor Women in Film members who have received Academy Awards or nominations.
NEWS
April 1, 1992 | BETTY GOODWIN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Forget about limousines, gourmet pizzas and Italian tuxedos. There were none at this event. It was more fitting that pioneering feminist Betty Friedan was seated front and center before the large TV at Women in Film's first Academy Awards viewing party, held Monday night at the Beverly Hills Country Club.
NEWS
September 15, 1988 | DON G. CAMPBELL
Question: In one of your recent replies to a woman who said her husband didn't have a will you said that, should the man die, intestate (without a will), the state would split up his assets by formula, which would follow the law of succession in the Probate Code. Could you elaborate on this as my husband absolutely refuses to write a will. I am in my late 50s and we have only one daughter, 20 and unmarried.
NEWS
November 7, 1985 | BONNIE SOULELES
This is part of a continuing series of free-lance columns that help explain how to deal with situations in our lives and/or how to make life more enjoyable. In spite of laws in recent years making it illegal to discriminate against women who are applying for credit, there are still some hurdles to overcome. One of them is to teach women how to successfully apply and qualify for credit.
NEWS
May 10, 1991 | KATHLEEN HENDRIX, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The talk is of beauty. And face lifts. And the temptation to have a face lift. Exasperated with the tentativeness of some remarks, Lucille Hubbard finally blurts out: "I've had a face lift. I never made it a secret. . . . About 10 years before I had it, I looked at myself and thought, 'My God, if a dress was this wrinkled and fit this poorly, I wouldn't wear it. . . .' It's not so much about looking younger. It's about looking better."
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February 24, 1985 | DON G. CAMPBELL, Campbell is an author and Times staff writer
Lest we congratulate ourselves too soon on progress on the women's rights front, bear in mind that just a hair over 10 years ago the Veterans Administration, in screening applications for home loans based on a husband and wife's joint income, routinely inquired not only about birth control attitudes, but the how of the couple's practices as well.
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