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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: Will 701 Ml my Mint lister (uge 32, husband killed in Vietnam) that just because a guy has been married and fathered a child does not mean he Is ttraight Everybody In town seems to know B is a fag except my lister. Now she says they are planning to get married. Get THIS: He Is sewing her wedding dress, redecorating her apartment and will bake the six-tier wedding cake himself. Sis says it will not be a iarga wedding (her husband has been dead less than six months) but B has already asked five of his "chums" to stand up for him. Every one of his "chums" is three feet off the ground. Ibey don't walk, they fly. Sis is a lovely girl, but I believe she went to pieces mentally when her husband was killed. I've tried to tell her what she is getting into but she insists I am mistaken and swears their "sex life is very good." Can this be possible? What are the chances for a successful marriage with a homosexual? DEAR SLEEPLESS: Marriage today Is risky even with a man who is straight. Most women nbo marry homosexuals (B is apparently A.C. D.C.) are a little odd also. There are isolated examples of such marriages which have worked, but the overwhelming majority fail. In nearly all cases the husband tires of the masquerade and drifts back to the kind of sex he likes best and it's with the boys, not the girls. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I am a girl witt a nine-year-old problem. My sister. When my friends come over she hangs around and acts like she is one of our crowd which she is not. If I want her to leave us alone I have to knock her down or pay her off. When I go someplace I must take this grimy little pest along. I keep telling my mother it's not fair but she says, "Your sister has the same rights as you." Shouldn't a nine-year-oM kid be playing with Uds her own age? When I tell her this she says kids her own age are boring. Can you help me? Mad DEAR MAD: An older sister's friends are alwasy more interesting, especially if the sister is 12 aoA the "grimy little pest" is nine. Your mother should not allow your kid sis to inflict herself on you. Such injustice makes siblings hate each olher. The nine-year-old should be encouraged to cultivate friends of ber own. If she is permitted to hang around with you she won't make the effort. Show this column to your mother. It might help. DEAR ANN LANDERS: A gal I went to school witH (many years ago) moved to (Ms city eight months ago We were never close friends but I try to be cordial. The prob- lem: Whenever we meet (and we seem to meet quite often) I'm never sure how she will greet me. One day she falls 00 my neck and showers aw with hugs and kisses The next day sbt treats me as If I bad bubonic plague. How do I deal with someone who is to unpredictable? Any advice? Hot, Blow Cold DEAR BLOW: Unpredictability is one of the' princival of emotional illness. The cordiality of your friend's greetings have nothing todowithyou-lheysrea baro- meter of ber mood. If she's up she'll be effusive. If she's down you'll get the small hello. Understanding this should make you less reactive. DEAR ANN LANDERS: Last week my brother and his wife went on a trip. They left their 14-year-old son with us. From the beginning, the boy's behavior toward his aunt was rude mocking. He became smart-alecky on several occasions" 1 warned bin to watch his mouth. When be called my wife a vulgar name I warmed his rump with a ping-pong From then on he was most respoctful and we had no more trouble with him. Yesterday my brother came for the boy. I told him exactly happened. His reaction astonished me. He said I bad 1n Us l waited until he returned so be could administer the punish- ment "in his own way." I believe a child should be punished when he misbehaves not a week later. What do you say? -Strict Uncle method of dbc'PHne should have been discussed before the parents left, since it was not, there should be no criticism of the manner in which you dealt with toe boy. I have a hunch if the father had paid more attention to his son a earlier upbringing, the boy would not be using vul- gar language with his aunt or anyone else. DEAR ANN LANDEHSiLast week I went to a party. Three people I had never seen before came up and asked me to buy raffle tickets for a benefit. Sunday I attended a wedding reception. Two casual acquantances tried to sell me tickets to a bazaar. Last night I was invited to the home of a rela- tive. No sooner bad I entered the house than the 11-year-old son of the hostess hit up every guest for a ticket to his Sunday school play. Of course no one had the nerve to re- fuse. I call this high-grade blackmail What do you call it? Friday, Oclobtr 30, 1970 _ THE 1ETHBRIDGE HERALD 21 DEAR PIDGE: Low-grade manners. What awaits you on the other site of the marriage veil? How can you be sure your marriage will work? Read Ann Landers' booklet "Marriage What To Expect." Send your request to Ann Landers in care of Canada Wide Feature Ser- vice Limited, 245 St. James Street West, Montreal 126; en- enveto lM8' stamPed' THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes tsfl "I got this ticket for having a dusty rear-view mirror didn't see the speed cop." teller's SATURDAY SUPER SHYERS MERCHANDISE ON SALE FRIDAY 6 TO 9 P.M. ALL DAY SATURDAY WIG SALE MADDIE MOD FASHION DOLL DOLL CLOTHES BRUSHES MODACRYLIC WIGS Reg. To 35.00 EACH IRONING BOARD (OVERS EACH rr MELMAC DINNERWARE SETS SERVICE FOR 4 Reg. 14.88 SET..... IT" LADIES' and TEENS' 14-INCH VINYL BUCK or WHITE Reg. 3.99 PAIR..... "CHARGE IF VACUUM CLEANER BAGS TO FIT HOOVER AND G.E. "CHARGE DRAPERY and DRESS MATERIALS Reg. to 1.49 yard PELLET GUNS 22 CAL AND .177 CAUBRE BATHROOM SCALES LAMPSHADE CLEARANCE YARD C Reg. 12.88 EACH Reg. 5.99 EACH to 2.99 EACH IT" "CHARGE "CHARGE LADIES' and TEENS' PERMANENT PRESS INFANTS 2 PCE' COAT SETS Reg. 14.44 1.84 MISSES' PETITES' WOMEN'S DRESS SALE "CHARGE ir GIRLS' SIZES 4-6X Reg. to 19.99 EACH Reg. 3.96 EACH "CHARGE IT" LADIES' and TEENS' SHEER LOUNGE PYJAMAS "CHARGE IT" GIRLS' "CHARGE IT" "CHARGE IT" ZHIVAGO COATS SUES 8 TO 14. FUR COtlAR Reg. 19.99 EACH PETITE MIDI COAT SALE Reg. 35.00 EACH LADIES' and TEENS' LEATHER DRAWSTRIN6 HANDBAGS Reg. 5.99 PAIR "CHARGE IT" Reg. To 6.00 EACH "CHARGE IT" "CHARGE IT" "CHARGE IT" FaiF Satisfaction Itthbridoe Shopping Centre on Mayor Magrath Drive Open Dally 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Wednesday 'III 1 p.m.; Thursday and Friday 'lit 9 p.m Telephone 328-8171 ;