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Brandon Sun (Newspaper) - June 24, 2002, Brandon, Manitoba B4 BRANDON June Features VAWP h jraraMs Y 9t l if WV NAME OASWOOO J BUMSTEADID LIKE TO CANCEL AN ORDER CANVOU IMAGINE ANVONELAZV ENOUGH TO ORDER ONE OF THOSE THINGS WHATS THAT YOURE WATCHING YOU JUffT THE HOWE SHOPPERS THEYRE DEMONSTRATING AN ELECTRIC SOTTLE OPENER POOCH CAFE THAT IS THE ttOST SHALLOU COfNPLirAENT I HAVE EVER BUT IT STILL tAADE FEEL I AfA RO BO YOU ARE A VALUABLE KEEP UP THE GOOD SHAUT WSTco TURN IHftTRSlWcK FOR BETTER OR WORSE SALLY FORTH IN OTHER IT LOOKS LIKE THANKS TO RECENT EVERYBODY IS EXTREMELY BUSY ANO EVERYONE IS DESPERATELY AT THE I MAY NOT BE ABLE TO BETTER BOOK ITS THE HIGH I tXDNT KNOW IF THIS SUMMER IS REALLY THE BEST TIME TO TAKE OFF FROM 3O WHERE CO YOU TO SO ON 3UR VACATION THIS SALLY FRtEMD SHE COUUDNT BMP you IM BOIUDINfiAMP WAS WORRIED ABOUT I you My POS RAN SO I VJENT LOOtCINSFOR i TB A HEW NEkSHS CONJ SIR D06MADE IT BACK TO APARTMENT ANl HOUR ARE SOU a TWO FUNFILLED IN THE HOVO DID IRIS KMOW I WAS i uoer GET A X PLEECV BLANKET YOUR STOIAACH YOU LOOK f IT 9AVS HERE THAT PETS A REAL COMFORT SO COMFORT DOES THIS JACKET MAKE ME LOOK FAT For June 2002 Boycott negative people If you are really trying to bring harmony into your you must be brutal about leaving toxic peo ple in the New associates and even casual acquaintances will rush to your side when you show your Get rid of clutter at Pare down your todo and stop trying to be everything to ARIES March 21April Morning finds you under fire from competition stay Physical exercise and recreation rev up a special Someone near and dear wants to take care of you the more he or she sees you taking care of TAURUS April 20May Put frustration into sports and creative You can revive a friendship by doing a New partners are attracted to your versatility and Be aware Sensitivity is high with family members GEMINI May 21June Keep your eye on the bottom and dont let your feathers get ruffled by the power plays others make for egos Lovers could finally ask for however and will be satisfied with the answer they CANCER June 22July The rules but you adapt New love is promising if you relax into Someone you meet under pressurefilled circumstances has a terrific impact on your Dont trust reckless friends with your LEO July Just when you lose your enthusiasm for a higherups check in to see how its Fake it until you get back your Keeping fun as a major element in your life is a challenge worth taking TODAYS BIRTHDAY June The stars are generous all giving you surprise bonuses in inheritances or windfalls in December and large gifts in Obstacles melt away in July when you stop trying to manage every thing by In a new hobby or social activity brings a whole new sup port Geminis and Scorpios seek you out for Your lucky numbers are 25 and VIRGO Feelings and actions are closely linked go beyond and act on gut Tax and property mat ters can and should be taken care of What you say over dinner gives someones perception of you a LIBRA Unexpected developments keep you on your Obligations build up get them off your mind by completing them one by You have a positive impact on but not necessarily the same ones you are trying to SCORPIO A joint venture requires more planning than a solo but excellent company is worth the trou A small sacrifice ends up saving you big When you do a friend a youll help yourself in the SAGITTARIUS Following through with commitments large and small will keep the money flow Learn something new and unrelated to anything youve previously studied you become irresistible to that person you admire so CAPRICORN Perplexing passions are brought out Remind yourself not to sink money into every thing you get excited Take time to mull things Confide in a friend who understands your personal goals and ask for AQUARIUS Wishful thinking is good some and other it makes things Deal with the here and An opportunity for promotion is there just as soon as you fully utilize the position youre PISCES 19March Feel free to take Feathers might be but when the dust everyone will be glad you You can talk easily tonight about what was once a source of Really see your partners point of JOYCE JUSON YOUR HOROSCOPE Daycare biting worries grandma MHLMDBIS ADVICE Editors Note Ann Landers answered her readers letters up to her death on June The fol lowing was one of her last Dear Ann Landers My threeyearold grandson is in day care while his parents When he came home the other he had bite marks on his The skin was not but there were obvious teeth When I called the day care I was told it is perfectly normal for kids to bite each The worker told me that the kids also shove and scratch each other and this is normal She made sure I understood that my grandson probably pro voked the The worker told me the children will even tually learn better coping skills and stop bit but I am concerned that this is taken so She gave me no indication that there would be better supervision in the and I am worried that my grandson could develop an infection from the next What should I do Grandma Dear Grandma Toddlers often shove and This is indeed within the bounds of normal behaviour for children this Of that does not make it acceptable I assume the daycare centre has employees who supervise the activities and teach the children that biting is If you are concerned about how these situations are pay a visit to the daycare and see for Dear Ann Landers This is in response to Sleepless in whose refuses to fall asleep at her apart While he occasionally spends the he wont actually dose his He also has a tendency to leave suddenly and not You may be right that he has an embarrassing physical but I suspect Fond farewell Ann loved her readers Dear Readers I write to you today in my mothers She had wanted to write her farewell column but things did not work out that We talked about and she was quite clear about what she would have So I shall say it for She felt profoundly privileged to have been able to shed some light and offer guidance for 46 years more than half her This column was her her raison and she worked on until the She believed she got as much sustenance from her as you got from The chance to come into your homes and into your lives meant the world to And she was convinced that if any one thing could serve as a solution to all manner of prob it was The more senior among you might remember when she announced that she and my father were parting after many In that shorterthanusual she asked her editors to leave a white space at the as a memorial to quite a good marriage that didnt make it to the finish I would ask her editors to leave a white this time in honour of a oldschool newspaper dame who believed there was no better job in all the world and who if she could wished you a fond and grateful farewell And she wanted you to know that hers had been a sim ply wonderful Howard he is a twotiming Trent leaves suddenly because he has another girlfriend on the side and has promised to see He doesnt like to fall asleep because he may not wake up in time for his other They rarely stay at Trents apartment because the girlfriend is likely to drop by unexpectedly or call late at When he stays over at her he probably tells his other girlfriend that he is working the night shift or that he is out of Sleepless should hire a detective and find out what is really going Know Better in Dear Augusta You may be but I still say theres more to If Trent can stay at her place until he may as well get some Any man who would take such pains to stay awake needs to remain in con I wonder Dear Ann Landers My neighbour has an 18yearold daughter who attends a presti gious high She was recently notified that the girl will not graduate because she has missed too many days and no longer meets the graduation She has been given ample opportunity to make up the missed work but has chosen not Her parents informed me today that they still plan on throwing her a graduation party the afternoon her classmates They have asked me not to tell anyone their daugh ter did not actually finish This family has always been generous with my and I want to Should 1 attend the party and bring a gift San neighbour Dear San Jose The girl still has the oppor tunity to get her high school either by attending summer school or applying for her While the parents should not be rewarding her with a I see no reason to embarrass Attend the and hope she straightens herself Ann tackled serious issues in fresh way CRYPTOQUOTE AXYDLBAAXR isLONGFELLOW One letter stands for In this A is used for the three X for the two Single the length and formation of the words are all Each day the code letters are 624 CRYPTOQUOTE W Q BYDWCBOG B O W FDHOJQ RSJ SDCFO JGSDH FDJFCD GJ XD SDQHV KJHY Saturdays Cryptoquote IF MARRIAGE IS TO BE A SUCCESS ONE SHOULD OBVIOUSLY BEGIN BY MARRYING THE RIGHT N KEYSERLING BY MAURA KELLY Associated Press CHICAGO Ann Landers resonated with readers for nearly five decades because she evolved with the wrote about topics that others shied away from and never let her advice get her daughter said While Esther Lederer won a contest to become the second Ann Landers after the columns cre ator it will not be carried on by another writer after Lederers death on She owned the copyright and she did not wish for the name to Margo Howard said of her She felt it was very much associated with a new column called Anns Mailbox will be written by Kathy Mitchell and Marcy longtime editors of Ann Lederer died at age 83 from multiple less than two weeks before her July 4 Ann Landers columns that Lederer had already completed will run through July That will be the last column with Ann Landers said Richard president of Creators Creators will provide two new advice one written by who has been writing the column Dear Prudence for the online magazine the company of said her moth ers columns resonated with readers because she tackled tough topics and kept up with She was very brave about what she chose to get behind and she went public about some issues that other people wouldnt Howard She was able to change with the There was nothing dated about her She just made it her business to stay who was known as wrote about abortion and AIDS in the column she started writing in 1955 in the Chicago Her wisdom and common sense informed and controlled generations of said Peter president of the National Society of Newspaper Lederers twin Pauline Esther PoPo also known as Abigail Van fol lowed her into the profession as writer of the Dear Abby David a Cornell University profes sor who did a computer analysis of of Lederers columns for his 1986 Dear Ann Landers Our Intimate and Changing Dialogue with Americas BestLoved said Lederer broke ground with her She was among the very first to actually respond to people who had specific problems that would not normally have been allowed in Grossvogel She lived through an age of very rapid Since she touched on all of her impact was very Her skill was in simply moving abreast of the Lederer wrote in a way that gave readers the feeling she was talking with them Grossvogel She would be as interested in the big prob lems of the world as she was in tiny little concerns that agitated people such as which way toilet paper should be he TODAY IN MUSIC HISTORY In Jeff one of the great rock was bora in Becks first important band was the with whom he replaced Eric Clapton in In he formed the Jeff Beck Group with Rod Stewart and Ron The beginnings of heavy metal could be heard in the groups bluesbased The Jeff Beck Group broke up after only two and Beck was then sidelined for 18 months with a fractured skull suffered in a car After a short partnership with former Vanilla Fudge members Tim Bogert and Carmen Beck turned to fusion often in collaboration with key board player Jan Beck has made only rare appearances since but his aggressive style has heavily influ enced rock guitarists who followed In with music by Calixa Lavallee and French lyrics by Judge was performed for the first time at the Skaters Pavilion in Quebec Three playing performed O Canada during a banquet at a convention of French It finally became the nation al anthem in In Mick drum mer with Fleetwood was born in Also born on this date in Colin lead vocalist of the 60s British group the ;