Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on October 9, 1977 · Page 11
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 11

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, October 9, 1977
Page 11
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*"»*»y. October », 1977 ANNLANOERS The Pharos-Tribune, Loganipott. tod.—ll Ann Says Kids' Ideas Will Change Dear Ann Landers: I road -With disappointment your answer to "Jerry in Yonkcrs." So he hates work (most people do) and is satisfied to sonic for meager wages so long as ho can keep his car running, enjoy the open road, relax with n ^.in of beer and a stop.- by Faulkner. You told him this country wasn't built by the likes of him, then you marched forward to uphold the Protestant ethic — hard work striving to get ahead. etc. The way I sec it. why work your tail off for a few more dollars? So you can go down to Florida — or out to California and sit on your boat with your ulcers? Why knock the primitive cultures? At least they know how to enjoy their leisure time. Hunting and gathering societies have fewer tensions than those who live in industrial societies. Autlcn called our age "The Age of Anxiety." The lilms of our time, the poetry, TV. newspapers and nearly every aspect of our "civilized" world reflect that anxiety. This is progress? If it is. has ••progress" made us happier 1 .' -Back To The Caves . Dear Friend: When you get Back to the Caves say hello to the monkeys. Your letter was one of hundreds 1 received — saying the same thing. And most of them from the under-20 group — antiestablishment, anti-industry, anti-business, anti-money...and anti-work. Many readers pointed out lhat I am luckier than most. I have a job 1 thoroughly enjoy and an opportunity to travel and meet interesting people. They Oswald and Jim Jacoby are right. But 1 wonder if they know how hard 1 work at this job, and what it takes to pul out .365 columns a year — for 22 years in a row. Write ID me in 1987, kids. You'll he surprised at how your ideas will have changed. Some of you will be bitter and envious of those who have "made il." Others will be mad a! themselves for having let the early years of preparation slip by. And still others will be too full of beer to care. Dear Ann: Six months ajjn our dear daughter died after a two-year illness. She and her husband were both 35. They had no children. Yesterday our son-in-law lold us he has a girlfriend. I am stunned.' Am 1 wrong to feel he could not have cared much for his wife if he is seeing another woman so soon'.' Where is his respecl for his deceased wife's- memory? — Hillsdale " Dear Hillsdale: No one can decide for another how long lie should mourn. You should be happy your son-in-law was altle •to recover from his loss within a few months. I hope you will loll him so. Dear Ann Landers: You've said it before but will you please say it one more time — for the record? An awful jot of people in Middlclown. .N.Y., would be grateful to sec it in prim. When the bridegroom backs GUI of the wedding at Die iasl minute, should Ihe bride return the slw.ver and wedding gifts? A simple yes or no will do. Thank you.'— A.S.A.P. Dear"A.S.A.P.: The answer is a simple yes. A no-nonsense approach to how to deal with life's most difficult and most rewarding arrangement. Ann Landers' booklet. "Marriage — What to , Expect." will prepare you for belie; 1 or for worse. Send your request to Ann Landers. P.O. . Box iisWfj.- Chicago; Illinois 00011, enclosing 5(1 cents'in coin and a long, skimped, self- addressed envelope. Announcing our Re-Grand Opening We've expanded our line with all new 45's> Lps, and tapes to serve your our customer more completely. 3 NT ranks among top NORTH (D) AJ54 V A 10 2 « A 10 6 *AQ104 WEST EAST *A82 »»7654 • 754 4QJ93 *2 A9876 SOUTH AKI09 VK83 «K82 *KJS3 Both vulnerable Wen North East South 1* Pass 2 N.T. Pass 3 N.T. Pass Pass Pass Opening lead — sv . By Oiwald & Jamei Jacoby South was most unhappy." He had been doing very well until this hand came along and felt that his failure to make more than three notrump would be a very bad score. Actually, it turned out to be a good one. He won the opening lead with the king of hearts over East's jack, entered dummy, with a club, led the jack of spades, ducked after East played low and let West take his queen. West led a second heart. South played low and East Scored his queen. South was' held to nine tricks, since he still had to lose a spade and a diamond. Left to himself, he might have dropped the queen of hearts and made an overtrick. Why did South turn out to have a good score? Other South declarers played the same way with the same result. When North became declarer at three notrump the queen of diamonds was led, He would win in either hand, make the same spade play, watch West lead a second diamond and wind up losing two diamonds and two spades. Then a couple of declarers got to six clubs and went down two tricks for the really bad North-South scores. A South Dako.ta reader wants to know if we ever open a two-card club suit. We do not recommend this bid and never make it. At least we never admit making it, (NEWSPAPER ENTERPRISE ASSIV, I (for a copy of JACOBY MODERN, send $1 to: -"Win at Bridge," c/o this newspaptr. P.O. Box 439, flad/o City Station, New York, N.Y. 10019) NOTICE LOGANSPORT MONUMENT CO. Will b* OPEN SUNDAYS, 1:00 to 5:00 PM Thru th« month of October. Make your selection now before freeling weather. 6th « Henna Phon* 753-3653 Loses 104 pounds Credits Comvay Diet institute Jucfi Williamson, overweight from child hood; has lost 104 pounds in 14 months while following the Conway 1000 Calorie Diet and attending the weekly Insight seminars. "It's the first diet' that has worked for me, I have finally learned to control my habit of overeating," says the 'delighted mother of two. 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