Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on February 9, 1976 · Page 16
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 16

Tucson, Arizona
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Monday, February 9, 1976
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MONDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1976 Ann Landers II down tl T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N PACK 17 Dear Ann Landers: I know you don't like it when people ask you to do their dirty work, but I hope and pray you will make an exception and print my letter. Dear Neighbor: Most people undress before going to bed, but you, my dear, have a hal it of undressing when you come home from work. My husband gets home from work about the same time you do. I'm asking a favor. Will you Utah DPS gets 'nudie' magazine SALT LAKE CITY (UP1) -Utah Auditor David Monson says the Utah Department of Public Safety subscribes to a "nudie motorcycle magazine." But the department says it's all in the interest of good government. Public Safety Commissioner Raymond Jackson acknowledged that his Highway Safety Division had a subscription to "Easy Riders," a magazine laced with bare-bosomed beauties and motorcycle news. But it's not the nudes that interest Jackson. He said the subscription was ordered because the magazine has the latest and most definitive information about motorcycle helmet laws in the nation. "Sure it has nudes in it," the commissioner said. "But I can also learn more about helmet laws from one issue of that magazine than the federal government can tell me in two years." please pull your shades down when you undress directly in front of your bedroom window with all the lights on? My husband has lost interest in Walter Cronkite since he got his first glimpse of you three months ago. I'm certain you have no idea you are being observed. I know you to be a very decent woman. I can't bring myself to look you in the face and tell you this, so I am w r i t i n g to Ann Landers. Please, for my sake as well as yours, will you kindly pull down your shades? Thank you. -- RIGHT NEXT DOOR Dear N.D.: Here's your letter, but don't expect it to change anything. That "very decent" woman knows (a) that she is undressing in front of the window (b) that her lights are on and (c) that her shades are up. Some people get their jollies by looking, others by performing. Your letter describes one of each. Lennis Mills fired in 1973 City must reinstate park guard P l t V rw rlf OllnvH't: 9 1 / _ _ tha s\t\n'itlf\n »«. o,.,^,,--:,,_ r* ._* s~:it.- ,. . . _ - _» .· . . . . 0 Dear Ann Landers: I'm a car salesman who works 20 miles from home for a large dealer. Please don't tell me to talk to my clergyman because he is part of the problem. My wife became involved with church work several months ago. The minister thought she was wonderful and began to pay her some heavy compliments. It went to her head and the next thing 1 knew, she was doing "projects" with him at our home while 1 was at work. Several neighbors made "joking" remarks about his car being in front of our house three afternoons a week. I didn't think anything of it until my father-in-law dropped in on my wife one day. The door happened to be open and he caught them in the act. He was so mad he told everyone in town. We have three school-age children and I don't know what to do. Can you help me? -- HEARTSICK HUSBAND Dear Husband: You need to- talk to someone who knows more than what you've told me in your letter. Such as: Is the affair still going on? Has your wife asked for forgiveness? How old are the children? How do the minister's parishioners feel about this? Is he going to remain in town? A competent counselor will lead you out of the darkness and into the light. 0 Dear Ann: I got out of bed at 1:00 a.m. to write this letter. 1 know I won't sleep until 1 tell off "Super Secretary" who in real life is "Super Troublemaker." I also work for a "great guy" but he has a wife and family which means he's "off limits." His wife can phone him 25 times a day. I couldn't care less. If it bothers him, he can tell her. I don't give a fig newton how often she comes to the office. She can set up housekeeping in the reception room if she wants to. A "Super S e c r e t a r y " doesn't undermine the boss's wife in small ways that can eventually destroy a marriage. -- S E E N 'EM AT WORK Dear Seen 'Em: Thanks for a good letter. If anyone out there feels uncomfortable -she's talking to you. 0 Drugs? How much is too much? Is pot okay? Is LSD too much? If you're on dope or considering it, get Ann Landers' new booklet, "Straight Dope on Drugs." For each booklet ordered, send a dollar bill plus a long, self-addressed, stamped envelope (26 cents postage) to Ann Landers, Tucson Daily Citizen, P.O. Box 26767, Tucson Ariz., 85726. Copyright 1976 A city park guard's 2'/ 2 year-old legal battle for reinstatement may be over, after the Pima County Superior Court -- for the second time -- ordered the city to rein- stale him. In a ruling by Judge Jack T. Arnold, the city was ordered to rehire Lennis J. Mills and pay him back salary to Nov. 24, 1973, when he was fired. Mills lost his job after Tucson Police Chief William J. Gilkinson -- who has the authority for hiring and firing park guards -- w i t h d r e w Mills' credentials for alleged unprofessional conduct. Mills' firing was upheld by the City Civil Service Commission, but Mills appealed the decision to Superior Court, which ordered Mills rehired. Last May, the State Court of Appeals ruled that Superior Court Judge Robert B. Buchanan had exceeded his authority in reinstating Mills. Since the commission had failed lo explore the alleged issue of misconduct by Mills, according to the appeals court, the matter should have been referred back for a rehearing. The appeals court ordered such a rehearing before any further court action could be taken on the matter. In a hearing last September, the commission again upheld Mills' firing, and Mills again appealed to Superior Court. 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