Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on February 13, 1969 · Page 7
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 7

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Ann Landers answers your problems Bwflandb Daily Foeh Thunday, F«b. 1% 1949 - 7 Dear Ann Landers: Are yon a can't be my fatiier. So who sadist or just iriain stupid? is?"' Don't you realize how much Why don't you retire, you trouble you cause »*en yon troublemaker? — DAVEN- print letters that raise questions PORT. IOWA about paternity? Dear Davenport: Too bad you I refer to your answer to the never learned to read. Awhile blue-Qred daughter of brown- back I devoted an entire eyed parents. I don't care what column to eye cobr in relation your axalled experts say. to heredity. My authority was there are excefKions to every a geneticist from the National rule. My mother's eyes were Institutes of Health. He made sort of hazel. You wuldn'l call it clear that no matter what the them blue, but they weren't color of the parents eyes, a brown either. My father had ^ child can have another color — very dark brown eyes. My eyes legitimately, are blue, like my maternal Now. aren't you ashamed you grandmother's. I never thought shot off your mouth? a thing about it until your letter appeared. Dear Aon Landers: A 31-year- Hy mother was a very strait- old «'oman who works in this laced person and I'm sure she office is very preipant and not was no swinger, but all mothers married. It is obvious that she aren't like mine. I worry about has added ai least 30 pounds, all those blue-e>xd children with She is not wearing maternity brown-e.ved parenu. What is a clothes, just larger dresses. Yet father going to say when his i^he hasn't said one word about child asks. "Ann Landers sajs her condition. I think it is disgraceful that I • • • this woman is allowed to re- LOIIQ nOir Wins main in an office where six un. *» • • • • married girls arc employed, by 2'1 decision Although she has worked here ' 18 months, she has never had SAN FRANCISCO (UPI)—The any of us to her apartment She Califbmia Oxtrt of Appeals has is very secretive about her life.< been lauded for "the first What do you make of this? Cavorabie long-bair decision by What should our attitude be?— ft hilJjer court, certainly in A'EXED IN TEXAS Ceiiibnia, and possibly in the Dear Vex: Your attitude nation." shouW be improved. It's ter. The bish praise came Tues- riblc. The woman just might be day from Eniest Besig, execu- married. In the meantime, why live director of the Northern don't you girls take a brisk California chapier of the walk during lunch, or wax the American Civil Liberties Union, floors or polish the office fumi-, after (he court stnick a blowi lure? You need to do something for lencttiy k>cks in a 2-1 constructive with all that extra dedsion. ; energ)-. , Hie court upheld a ruling by a Eureka Superior Court judgei Dear Ann: I was asked to be| that Areata High School student an usher at a friend's wedding.} Gregar Myers should never, I have to rent a tux and buy for the glamorous you Supp-hose® stockings have iMcn suspended for waanac Jons hair because a peitinent school district's regulation was "vague and indefi' nite." Myers* parenU MU ^ rdief in eoarts afler the youOi was briefly inspffidBd from school for refoang to eiit bis collar- lengtti hair in win be i»as 15. Appellate ^Ktices dedared (he sdtool district's regulation prolMbitiQg "exbcuiefl of 'hair s^'* was "uneonslitutian^ and naenforeedble" dne to its rastenesE. new shoes which will set me back a bundle. Now I am told the ushers must kick in $41 jO each to pay for the orchestra. Isn't this gomg too far? Please advise. - INSUFFICIENT FUNDS Dear In: Yeah, about $41J0's worth. Hie orchestra should be paid b>- the father of the bride. (Copyright, 1969, Publishers- Hall Syndicate) SHJ. rr TOMORitoir With Imr-cMt Classified Ads ANNUAL SALE Sheerio panties by Van Raalte buy 3 and save! Soft, luxurious nylon tricot brief with narrow covered elastic at the waist. Sizes 4-7. reg. 1.50 3/3.75 Sizes 8-9. reg. 1.85 3/4.70 Nylon tricot trunk pantie. straight legged with scalloped trim. Covered elastic at waist. Sizes 6-7, reg. S2 3/5.10 Sizes 8-9. reg. 2.50 3/6.35 Ungerie. All stores MISS STAGEY "OTTOTUCKS" $ 13 Ottoman ribbed effect in a well-behaved blend of Celanese* Arnel* triacetate and nylon that washes easily by hand or machine, dries quickly, needs little or no ironing. A. Shrimp or aqua. 10-18. B. Shrimp or green, 12-20. 1414-20J5. Pin Money Shop. All stores IT! the stamp off fashion Shop Harris' Monday and Friday 9:30 a. m. to 9 p.m. - Other Days 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

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