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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta DEAR ANN LANDERS: I have nothing against long hair, sideburns, beards, and moustaches, but I do wish kids who have gone in for these radical changes in appearance would reintroduce themselves when they encounter adults who haven't seen them for a year or two. This post week I was embarrassed three times by friends of my son who came up to me and I did not recognize them. One lad had grown a full beard and moustache. His hair was down to his shoulders. The last time I saw the boy was he was pink-cheeked and had a crewcut. Another lad had his long hair tied in a ponytail. He, too, had grown a moustache., He was wearing steel-rimmed glasses and a wide brim hat that covered his face. Don't these kids realize how different they look? One of the boys hinted that I had passed him up on purpose. Please print my letter and take us older folks off the spot. Thank you. -Hello Mr. Wutzyername DEAR HELLO: Here's your- letter and I second the motion. It has happened to me too. Incidentally, it's good manners to identify yourself by name when you encounter someone you haven't seen recently, even if you haven't grown a beard or a moustache. It can save embarrassment for both parties.    1 DEAR ANN LANDERS: I am a divorcee with a crushing problem. Three months ago I met a man who had many qualities my ex-husband lacked. We became very close. I saw Lew at least four times a week. We shared everything. I was sure he would ask me to marry him. Last week the bomb fell. Lew said we were getting too serious and he wants to "cool it" and date other women. He hasn't called me in six days. I can't get him off my mind. He's all I ever wanted. I am heartsick and lost. Don't tell me to forget him. I can't. What I need is some down-to-earth advice on how to get Lew to marry me. I'm counting on you. -Jilted in Contra Costa DEAR JILL: O.K. DON'T forget him Sit around and cry a lot. Don't eat. Don't steep. Play the role of the tragic reject. Get people to feel sorry for you. After a while you'll be as sought after as a case of small pox. Lew will run  mile when he sees you coming and you will have eliminated yourself from the picture permanently. *  * DEAR ANN LANDERS: My husband owns his own business. His office is in our home. I do his bookkeeping and I answer the phone. The telephone starts to ring as early as  a.m. It doesn't �top until midnight. I can stand the early morning and late night calls, but I cannot stand the calls that come during supper. This really drive me up the wall. My husband is a gentle soul who hates to cut people off, so of course everyone takes advantage of him. I don't understand bow his customers can be so inconsiderate. Everywhere in America people eat �upper between six and seven o'clock. (For the rich it's probably later.) Every night this week our supper Has been spoiled by the telephone. Last night I put his spare ribs back in the oven three times. When he finally got ready to eat they were all dried out. What's the solution? -High Blood Pressure in Riverside. DEAR H.B.P.: Ever hear of a wall Jack? It disconnects your phone and this could be the solution for those 6 a.m. and midnight calls as well as the dinner interruptions. f*M$GUIRESE!!I DOWNTOWN en FIFTH STREET SOUTH ANNUAL JANUARY SALE Starts Tomorrow, Thursday See Our Ad On Page 18 Wednesday, January 13, 1971 - TH1 IETHBRIDGE HERALD - 21 ValueVillage TMI CODN|R O* llik. WBTI1 n�H *>>*� AVINUl NEW HAIR - Grace Maclnnli (NDP - Vancouver-Kings way) wowed the boys on the backbenches with a new head of hair, eliciting a round of approval. The 65-year-old MP showed up in the Commons with gentle grey waves in contrast to her usual ducktail hairstyle she has worn for years 'Same battle-axe' under new topper OTTAWA (CP) - Grace Maclnnis (NDP-Vancouver-Kingsway) wowed the boys on the backbenches with a new head of hair, eliciting a round of desk-thumping approval. The 65-year-old widow, who took over the Commons seat of her late husband Angus in 1965, showed up at the first lova is... . t letting him keep bis airplane parts in the house. sitting of the resumed Commons sporting gentle grey waves, in contrast to the more severe ducktail style she has worn for years. Mrs. Maclnnis, the only female member of the Commons, straightened her new wig moments after the sitting had started and rose on a point of privilege concerning her allegation that the Commons health committee is mishandling its study of a bill on product packaging. That, she said later, showed the men that she is "still the same old battle-axe" underneath. She assured everyone that the hairpiece is quite "harmless." But a few seconds later Robert McCleave (PC-Halifax-East Hants) walked by, greeting her with: "Hello, cool and sexy." UNIQUE ITEMS CALGARY (CP) - You can purchase an automatic clothes dryer with a "no-tumble cycle,'" says a publication of Calgary Power Ltd. This cycle is designed to dry sneakers, snow boots, snow suits and other items that are heavy and should sit on or hang from a drying rack rather than tumble. DURING OUR JANUARY Clearance PRICE AND LESS! COATS  SLIMS CAR COATS A SELECTION OF LINGERIE CLEARING* NOW AT TERRIFIC SAVINGS 20%B 50% Off PANT SUITS CLEARING NOW AT CHEAT JANUARY SAVINGS l/3 tO l/2 Off MID" WINTER DORETA LADIES' WEAR 602 3rd AVENUE S. IETHBRIDGE aliie'Village Open Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. 3 CUT UP FOWL * 2v* Cottage Rolls , 89' Blade Roast of Beef �. 65c Holland Herrings 2-99 Ground Shoulder � 79c Leg of Pork T"" *, 85c Bacon ~''T..Sw?,>. 79c Side Bacon * 59c alueTTillage STRAWBERRY JAM - - .J" FLOUR Robin Hood 20-lb. bag Nabob, regular or fine grind Mb. pkg. 1 59 95c Coffee ��11 Alberta Gold; evaporated a* ffflllK ..................... lo-or. tin J for Q7C I mmmmA MaP,e I*8* Tenderflake 4% m m Lara............................... on*.. 55* Pineapple KTT::^,r,,n 2.- 55c Pie Filler T.T. ^...... 49c Lowneyi Economy size assorted colors Kleenex Brown 'n Serve Rolls Bridge Mix 3 ..r l-oo 39c 1.00 McGavins ... dozen FROZEN FOOD Meat Pies SEE?.... 4-1-00 IC6 CfGOffl Holiday Fruit.......1* gal. 79* aliie "Village GRAPEFRUIT - 10.100 OrangesNo"'"* 10-1-00 Cabbage~N"..2 *29c Lemons 5 * 35c Carrots" 2 * 25c Value "Village BAKERY OPEN THURSDAY UNTIL 9.40 P.M. Cherry Pies -* 75* Date Loaf Cakes - 49* Swiss Tarts 6 <�Z9* Butter Buns *~ 49* Open Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. ValueVillage ;