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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 9, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta W.dnoidoy, Itplimbtr 1970 _ THE IFTHBRIDGt HERALD 23 Ann Landers ANN, BABY: Kocks you've got In your head. What kind of advice did you give the kid who got messed up with his homosexual uncle? That "uncle" routine is an old one. Cer- tainly you remember the vaudeville joke from the 30s that goes like this: "Do you have a fairy Eeply but I've got an uncle we're not sure of. Your advice to the groom to lay all the cards on the table BEFORE the wedding was ridiculous. Why? What for? Funny uncles have been around since the world began. Re- member the Koraans and the Greeks? If the kid is getting married he's no queer so why rake up all that muck by confessing to a little "diversionary episode" which is fairly standard in most families? Get with it or buzz off -L.A. DEAR L.A.: Fairly standard? According to whom? I had ten uncles and there wasn't a funny one in the bunch. Or- dinarily I would not have advised the groom to make such a confession, but in this case, when the family found out about the "diversionary episode" uncle took the hemlock and "the muck" was the talk of the, town. To have assumed the bride and her family would never hear about it would have been totally unrealistic. But thanks for' your letter. There's something to be said for the style, even without substance. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I am a foreign-born woman with more than one college degree. I am also beautiful. My mar- riage was going poorly after one year so I consulted psychia- trists, clergymen and two doctors. They all said, "Divorce him." After five years of frustration and two beau- tiful children, I took their advice. It didn't work. My husband was determined to use the children to hurt me. not stand to see them suffer so the following year we remarried. I do not consider him a husband. I view him instead as a bad neighbor. I no longer attempt to communicate. I have many friends to fill my He and I never burden them with my problems. I am studying music, art, philosophy and growing every day, spiritually and intellectually. My husband is growing too fatter, uglier, and more alcoholic. When we go out together socially I feel as if I am dragging a buffalo. Please don't ask me, "Why does your husband drink The question carries the unspoken implication that 1 am to blame for his alcoholism. I wish to make it clear he was drinking like a fish when I married him. I realize no- body can help me. I am trapped until he dies. But can you tell me why an intelligent, beautiful woman should have such a rotten life? Exit DEAR NO: I cannot tell you why your life is so "rotten" but I can raise some questions that might provide you witti insight. Why would a woman marry a man who "drinks like a and after having freed herself from what sounds like a living hell, why did she return for more of the same? "I did it for the children" is one of the most overworked excuses hi the world. The phrase has a noble ring to it, even heroic, but more often than not, it's untrue. THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes "Could you make if .My Cadillac Ask About The NEW INVISIBLE MULTIFOCAL LENS fMULTILUX) HAIR AS INSTRUMENT BLOEMFONTEIN, South Af- rica (AP) Female hair is helping humidity research in South Africa. Scientists at the University of the Free State use the hair in a sensitive instru- ment that measures humidity. The hair stretches as moisture in the air increases. Jen's Uniform Centre SUMMER END SALE AIL READY-MADE UNIFORMS %OFF to moke room for our new fall and winter collection in the latest materials: FORTREl FORTREl COTTON DACRON ARNEL 404 5th Street South Phone 328-3631 Upstairs RE-OPENING Sofa and Chair Re-Upholstered In Your Choice Of Fabric And Color SOFA CHAIR .07 FOR ONLY......... 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