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WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 26, 1964 fT ANN LANDERS Sets Bad Example For His Children Dsar Ana Landers: My . husband is employed in the (flee of a government agency. For the past several months ha has been bringing home ball point pens, pencils, erasers, stapling machines, paper clips, and postage stamps Last night when he" brought home , a typewriter "Just to use for a while," he "said, I lit into him. Ha claims that since he is a taxpayer he is entitled to that things because after all. "we pay for them in the long nia." In the meantime everything he brings home is clear- ly labelled. "Property of the Government." Wa have young children, w Ann, and I don't want them to learn any bad habits. Wiil you please give me your views on th.s. LONE VOICE. Dear Velca: Taxpayers alas pay ler the statues la ne fears, I assume yew husband veulda'l think af taking them Ask him if he removes these little items in the presence of his boss, or if he waits until he is alone to carry them off. This should settle the question in his own mind if he has one. Your husband is setting a terrible example for hit' children. Don't let up until be takes everything back and stops lugging home stolen objects or the kids may be visiting him in Leavenworth. ' Dear Ana Lander: My J9 husband's parents are grand people. We get along fine. Our only problem is such a minor one that I feel like a ninny complaining. Every Sunday we have dinner at my inlaw's houses After dinner we adjourn to the living room, where everyone plugs their eyeballs into the TV. They will watch anything that moves. During the commercials they make a feeble attempt to exchange a few 'meaningless sentences. After several ' months of boredom1 J -decided to bring a book along. Last week my mother . in law said, "Why can't you enjoy TV with the rest of us? Why must you set -yourself apart?" ' I didn't answer her because I didn't know what to say. - k " ' t . & u?jde& Oak II "n THE OTTAWA JOURNAL 1 1 u L - . v....ww' !,..... -i a .Lai ii a.i JiJLai Please tell me, is it rude to read a book if one is not interested in the TV show? SQUARE PEG. Dear Peg: It fs no. If yeu'd rather read, you should be al McCANN ROCKBURN Mr. and Mrs. B. (Bun) McCann announce the engagement, of their daughter. Donna Mary, to Gary Joseph, ton of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Rockburn. Marriage to take place Oct. 1 in the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary Church, East-view, at 11 o'clock. ia with M from the vidiet sectiaa. Journal Want Ads bring quick results. DOWNTOWN 9.00 to 5.3Q 236-4511 BILLINGS BRIDGE 9.30 to 6.00 236-3681 Your Choice a. 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