Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on March 3, 1969 · Page 6
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Redlands Doil/ Fdctt 6 - Monday. March 3, 1969' Ann Landers Dear Ana Landers: I was cs- pccialb' interested in j-our advice to the parents who «we about to write a will. Tbey bad: three children and w:anted to' leave the bulk of their estate toi the eldest chfld «i)o had been thoushtful and kind, llbe twti younger ones had been selfish j and inconsiderate.) You told! them to go ahead and do it j Well, this ver%- thing happened in our family. I was the child, wto was favored. My brother; ?cd t«o sisters became ugly and reseotful and instigated proccedinp^ to break the will. \\T3cn I beard ot it I to my la»?ws and loM them I; didn't want anjihing and toi please divide the estate three v,-3yf and leave me ouL The lawj-crs followed my instructions but it didn't improve the rclalioDship «ith ray brother and sisters. Xow they have all the mooe>- but the}- still bate me. So next time Am, please advise the parents to write a will that treats all children equally and is iionclad — one that cannot be broken or altered, no matter iiho sa}-s «1iat. — SIBUXG SORROW i Dear S. S.: The letter yoa re-' fer to pix)duced an unexpected ddugo <rf ango' protests. I was surprised that so many readers: felt parents should divide thdr! esute equally amoag their diil-j dren regardless of bow tbey' are treated. I Many wrote to say the chiU wto is fevored is despised b>' the others. They stopped speaking and their children grew.- up as strangers. In spite of the criticism lam! stiddng by my original advice. Parents do not owe their chi)-' drcn an inheritance. An inbei^- tancc is a gift and should be so regarded. Dear Ann Landers: Jim and I have been married II .vears.! He is handsome aiMl has an outgoing persotjality. He dra»-s people like a magnet £q>eda]- ly women. At a recent office party a new fienograpber caught my e>«. Sie «-as easily the most attractive girl there — and the most agnessivc. I saw ber go over and Jim to dasce. Wliilc they were dancing, she massaged the back of his neck, ttdbed bis chest under bis suit roat. and at timet I vn rare il the got any closer, sbe'd be behind him. I am eight months pregnant uith our sixth child. I sbouU' My sixth and scveotfa because )' feds like U-ins and looks like twins and the doctor says. "Don't be sutpriscd." It goes without sai-jng that f hue not felt like riayins Romeo and Juliet for several months. Since the party Jim has been Idling me at least three times a «T <3c bow cute the new girt is aad be adds. balf-joldDtly. •Ann I..anders s*ys a wife ^KHild be nnderstandinc and uelcome • repentant waj-ward male mith open arms." I laut^ it off and try to be a good sport but it hurts. Any advice? — EXGIXEEB'S WIFE Dear Wife: Jim is a needle artist The fact that be talks about Miss Bus)' Fiacen is a ;»>od si(3) ifaat nothing is cook-1 tng. Don't rise to the bait. Hon-, cy. If j-OQ keep it light and fun-' ny. cjunoes are be Mill. too. I Owfidcfitial to Can't Decide: The fajhire to make a choice is in itsdf a dirtcc. More ulcers are produced by the inability to TPake • decision than by making the »TWi6 one. Move alread}-. <Copyri{ftt U6>. Publifhen- llaU ^Ddicatet Why worry about fhe language? LONDON <UPIt — Yvonne MayoL a cttn^ceous. 27-year- old German blonde, spent fact first three years in England learning tbe langnagy w die cmdd set a job on Idevisioo. Today ilie has ber fint part- in a nude scene in wtldi "all I do Is oS my dothes." f hopes, though, that even without lines, "rn be aotjoed." Snowmen on duty NEW YORK fUPr>-TlK ci ly's sanilatiottmen. takes off guard by a snowstorm last month, were all ready Sunday (o deal with a 44o-6-fflcfa fall forecaM by tbe weatberman. *'Snow Alert** bad been declared. 220 iruda »«« saltmg jareets. and SXMO men on ovcftjroe isvre standing by. But sDOulall is tbe dty amouDled to only a "iraca." save up to ' 100 during MAGNAVOX annual sale save ^50 on color TV 548 50 your choice Now big savings on today's most advanced color TV with Magnavox Instant Automatic color. Brilliant co(> or. Chromatone. Quick-On pictures and bonded circuitry chassis. Choose from early American. Italian provincial or Mediterranean styles. $19 monthly. Television, all stores shop tonight till 9 SAN BERNARDINO RIVERSIDE REDL>NDS save on Magnavox radios and stereo Magnavox, stereo, model IP-2551, reg. 159.90 144.90 Magnavox clocfc-radio with AM/FM. model FM-16. leg. 39 95 37.95 Not showrt Magnavox AM/FM radio, model FM-1S. reg, 29.95 27.95 •:-.v v:-: • • HARRIS' HAS IT! 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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