The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on February 1, 1986 · Page 7
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 7

Salina, Kansas
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Saturday, February 1, 1986
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The Salina Journal Saturday, February 1,1986 Page? Cruel students humiliate teen Dear Ann Landers: There have been times when you have allowed readers to get a special message across. I hope you will permit me this privilege. I feel there is a lesson to be learned.—Sad in Atlanta Dear Atlanta: The space is yours. Go ahead. Dear South Cobb Students: It's 2 o'clock in the morning and I can't sleep. I learned of the cruel trick played on my granddaughter at the school recently. A boy tripped her in the hall. Her wig and glasses fell off. Everyone laughed. She was crushed. One lad came to her rescue and helped gather her books. What a fine young man he was to do that. Let me tell you why my gravid- daughter wears a wig. When she was 10 she had a brain tumor anc'i was operated on at Emory Hospital. The doctors told us she might be blind or paralyzed, but thank God she was lucky and now she is like any other 15-year-old. But the radiation : treatments made her hair fall out ; and it has grown back in thin wisps. I'm sure no one really meant to be ; cruel, but please, the next time you •see someone you think is a little • different, remember it could happen to you or to your sister or brother. - Now that I have written this letter I ' pray no other child will suffer such : humiliation.—A Grandmother Dear Ann Landers: I have been going with "Sam" for three years and am very much in love with him. The problem: Sam's wife died four years ago. He treats me well, except when he gets jealous which is quite often. I have never given Sam any reason not to trust me. I don't see anyone but him. He frequently phones me when I am visiting with friends and relatives to make sure I am really there. I find this embarrassing. He followed me twice last week and I caught him checking the mileage on my car. I am troubled by the fact that he says he can never love anyone but his deceased wife. Would I be playing second fiddle the rest of my life if I married him? Please advise. — Unsure in Battle Creek Ann Landers NEWS AMERICA Dear B.C.: You are worrying about the wrong thing. Many widowers feel a little guilty when they take out a woman. The serious clinkers in this relationship are the man's jealousy and his lack of trust. Do you want a husband who follows you around and checks the mileage on your car? If you marry Sam, that's exactly what you will get. Dear Ann Landers: What do you think about throwing objects to vent anger? I never try to hit anybody. It usually happens when I'm using a tool and the project is going pwn/. It's my way of getting the rage out. I always feel better after I do it. My wife thinks this behavior is immature and dangerous. I believe it is perfectly OK. Who is right? - D.W. in Omaha Dear D.W.: Your wife. Throwing things can be dangerous. You just might hit somebody. Also you could ruin some good tools. Buy a punching bag and use it when you feel frustrated. Or purchase some inexpensive cups and saucers and smash them against the wall. You'll feel better and nobody will get hurt. Dear Ann Landers: This is for "Been Around in Bakersfield" who told women how to spot a married man. We are a group of servicemen stationed in Europe who compared notes on guys who run around on their wives. We then took a poll in our squadron. Here are the results: 1. Don't bother looking for a wedding ring mark. Many married men have never worn a wedding band. If there's a stripe from one, they can easily wear another ring to cover it. 2. Most men who cheat will show the pictures in their wallets to any dame who asks. The wife and kids will be identified as his sister or sister-in-law and her kids. 3. Single men prefer underwear that is most comfortable. Married men wear what their wives buy, either bikini or jockey shorts. 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