New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, November 4, 1993, Page 5

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November 04, 1993

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 4, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas Thursday, Nov. 4,1993 ■ Herald-Zeitung ■ 5Clown suit's disappearing act is no joke to angry neighbor by Abigail Van Buren © 1993 Universal Press Syndicate DEAR ABBY: Several years ago, on my way to a Halloween party, I stopped by a neighbor’s house to show her my brand-new clown costume. Later, she asked if she could borrow it to wear to a party. I graciously lent her my costume for one occasion. When I asked her, some weeks later, to please return my costume, she said she had to wash it. Abby, over the years, I asked her repeatedly for my costume; her answer was always, “I’ll have it for you tomorrow,” etc ... but I never did see my clown costume again. Now she says she can’t find it — once she even told me she was sure she returned it; another time, she said, “I thought you gave it to me to keep.” She offered to buy me another costume. I think she should buy herself one and quit clowning around. What do you think? NOTFUNNY IN LONGVIEW, TEXAS DEAR NOT: I think your neighbor probably let someone else “borrow” it and it was never returned. Or else she has it stuck away somewhere and can’t find it. In any case, you can replace it, or write it off as a total loss, or ask her to reimburse you for it. * * * DEAR ABBY: I have never written to you before, but I hope you or one of your readers can help me with this problem. I am a 21-year-old male. I live by myself, next door to my parents. I have a really good job, working six days a week 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. I eat good foods, am very healthy, do not use alcohol or drugs, and get at least eight hours of sleep every night. My problem is I cannot get up for work! I set two loud alarm clocks that run continuously. I never hear them or the phone ringing when my mom calls. At the last minute, my mom comes over and wakes me up. I don’t want to live like this the rest of my life. I want to be independent, but no matter how hard I try , I just can’t get up. Any suggestions? Please help. RIP VAN WINKLE DEAR RIP: Ask your doctor for a referral to a sleep disorder clinic. There could be a physical problem that is preventing you from getting restorative rest from the number of hours you are sleeping. * * * DEAR ABBY: For our third anniversary, my husband gave me an anniversary ring. My question: What is the proper way to wear the engagement ring, wedding band and anniversary ring? Which goes closest to the heart? LIZZIE HOPPE, TUCSON, ARIZ. DEAR LIZZIE: The wedding band !s traditionally worn closest to one’s heart, third finger, left hand. The engagement ring goes in front of the wedding ring. It is quite all right to wear the anniverary ring in front of the engagement ring — all on one finger. Or, the anniversary ring can be worn on the ring finger of your right hand. 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Sponsored in part by a grant from the Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission ly) than the original wedding band, it is all right to wear it closest to your heart — and switch the original wedding band to your right hand, third finger. Confusing? I hope not! DEAR ABBY: This is for “Unsure in Framingham, Mass.” whose fiancee refuses to marry him if he becomes a street cop because it’s too dangerous. Someone should point out the fact that more people are killed or seriously injured working with farm machinery. And what about construction workers, welders and electricians? Also, building high-rise buildings, dams and bridges isn’t exactly a walk in the park. How many lumbeijacks and loggers are killed on the job each year? I personally knew two house painters who died on the job, and one who fell off a ladder and was permanently paralyzed from the neck down. Not along ago, 12 coal miners in eastern Kentucky were buried alive on the job. 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