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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THE LETHBRIDCE HERALD Wednesday, July 28, 1971 Ann Landers ANN LANDERS: My wife and I were so pleased when you reprinted your Twelve Rules for Rearing Children. We would be grateful if you would run once again your "Helpful Hints On How To Bring Up Delinquents." We have kept a copy of that column which appeared ten years ago and every word of it is as true now as it was then. Thank you. Midclleville, Michigan DEAR M.M.: Thanks for asking. Here it is: 1. Begin with infancy to give the child everything he wants. He will then grow up to believe the world owes him a living. 2. When he picks up bad words, laugh at him. He will think he is cute. It will encourage Mm to think up "cuter" words and phrases that will blow off the top of ynur head later. 3. Never give him any spiritual training. When he is 21 let him decide for himself what he wants to be. (Don't be surprised if he decides to be 4. Avoid the word "wrong." It might develop a guilt com- plex. A few years later, when he is arrested for stealing a car, he will feet that society is against him and he is being persecuted. 5. Pick up after him. This means wot towels, books, shoes and clothing. Do everything for him. He will then be- come experienced in evading responsibility and incapable of finishing any task. 6. Let him see everything, hear everything and read every- thing smutty he can get his hands on. Make sure the silver- ware and drinking glasses are sterilized but let his mind feed on garbage. 7. If you have a serious conflict in opinion with your spouse, fight it cut in front of the children. It's good for young- sters to view their parents as human beings who express themselves freely and openly. Later, it you get divorced, they'll know what caused it. 8. Give your cluldren all the spending money they want. After all, one of the reasons you have worked so hard all your life is to make life easier for your children. Why should they have it as rough as you did? 9. Satisfy his every craving for feed, drink, and comfort. See that his ev.ery desire is satisfied. Denial might lead to harmful frustration. 10. Take your child's part against neighbors, teachers, and friends. This will prepare you to take his part against the police. 11. When he gets into serious trouble, apologize for your- self by saying, "I can't understand why he turned out like this. We gave him EVERYTHING." 12. Prepare for a life of grief. You are apt to have it. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I am 35, have been married 15 years and am the mother of three children. My husband is 30, a nice fellow, and I like him a let. But I want him for a friend from now on. I would appreciate it very much if he didn't bother me for sex any more. I am not interested in anyone else, in ease you are won- dering. My husband is home every night and there is nothing wrong with him. He battles regularly and we don't fight. I need to know if my way of thinking is all right. Please be frank and give me the straight facts. Bakersfield Wife. DEAR BAKE: It's all right rath ME but the question is. is it all right with your husband? If it is, you have no problem. The trouble starts when there's a difference of opin- ion. I suggest you get a medical check-up and find out if there is a physical reason for your total lack of interest in sex. A woman of 35 should be in her prime. Do you feel ill at ease out of it? Is everybody have a good time but you? Write for Ann Landers' booklet "The Key to enclosing with your request 35 cents in coin and a long, self-addressed, stamped envelope. FORMAL T-SHIRTS Hold on people, here's some- thing that will perplex even the smoothest doormen in those well known places where men couldn't enter be- cause they weren't wearing jackets and ties The set of four cotton T-shirts called Whymsy Shirts just might pass dress regulations wilh prints in dinner jacket, blazer, shirt and tie and knockabout styles. THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes ItTLlVl "If you spent the first ten minutes every morning looking into ihe mirror, you'd be flrumpy SIMPSONS-SEARS Tired of That Old Wig? It's Worth hen You Bring It To Simpsons-Sears WIG TRADE-IN SALE From Now until July 31st, 1971 You get OFF when you purchase any new wig regularly priced from to (sorry, Elura Wigs are not included in Iliis You get selection from our newest fashions Cindy, Lioness, Breeze, Harlow and many others. You get top quality, pre-curled, washable, 100% Kanekalon or 100% Dynel modacrylic fibre. 0 You get professional, personalized attention from our expert stylists. Wig Boutique, Health and Beauty LOOK GOOD! FEEL GREAT! CREATE A NEW YOU! We can only accept one wig per trade-in on the purchase of each wig. STORE HOURS: Open Daily 9 a.m. to p.m. Wednesday 9 a.m. to p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Centre Village. Telephone 328-9231 ;