New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 24, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas
Tuesday, February 24,1987Herald-Ze/fun0. New Braunfels. Texas
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Wife Keeps a Hand in Marriage And the Other Holds Her Nose
DHAR ABBY: I am in the- same l>oat as *'Knd of My Rope-,'' the woman who said her husband never washed himself and was repulsive, smelly, etc.
I ve been married for 49 years to a man who is kind, honest and decent But he never bathes, showers or shampoos his hair, and he wears dirty, smelly clothes As long as I’ve known him, he has never
been to ,t dentist, so all his teeth have rotted out years ago, and he hasn't a tooth in his head.
So, between his body od<>r. bad breath and smelly clothes I moved him into another bedroom after our child was born I had to keep hi-door shut all the time to keep the terrible odor from spreading around the house I never had my friends visit me because I was ashamed of him
Maybe I should have left him years ago hut I knew I couldn't support myself So, I guess one could say I married him for better or “worse.
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UK AR roo LATE: What a regrettable waste! For in leaving your husband alone for 47 years, you, too. have been left alone. It’s useless for me to tell you that you should have nipped the problem in the bud and dealt with it — hut since we cannot turn hack the clock, perhaps your story will serve as a valuable lesson to other couples: Honest, open communication — however combative — is essential in every successful relationship. Silence divides; a dialogue makes for
DEAR ABBY This letter is prompted by your answer to the couple who were rear ended, got out of their car to assess the damage, and were held up at gunpoint by the occupants of the car that rear-ended them deliberately for this purpose.
You warned your readers of this possibility suggesting that they should not leave their cars. but wait until they get home to assess the
A- a lone w man. your suggestion seemed sensible to me However. h*-r* in Hennepin County Minn leaving the scene of an accident is a misdemeanor, punishable by a $700 fm« and or on days in jail
V ery few rear end type accidents arc deliberately caused bv "gunmen but on the chance that it could happen to me, I wonder what th*- sal* and legal answer would be
DEAR READER: The Los Angeles Police Department, whom I consulted, also requires that information be exchanged at the scene of the accident, but they acknowledged thut if a person assesses himself to be in danger bv leaving his automobile, the right to protect himself supersedes this law.
DHAR ABBY This is in response to the woman who was annoyed because her husband always sat smeways at the table Please, lady, just thank (iud he’s there.
My husband is a police officer, which means my children and I eat supper without their father most of the time lf we could have our daddy home for supper every night we wouldn’t care if he sat on his head'
Believe me, sitting sidesaddle at the dinner table is nothing to complain about.
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