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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 5, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, March 5, 1971 - THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID - i7 Ann _anders DEAR ANN I.ANDERS: I am 11 years old and Uve in White Plains. Last year I went crazy over the clarinet. The music teacher said I should use the school claruiet until she decided if I had any talent. After two months the teacher said I might turn out , to be another Benny Goodman so I begged my mother to buy me a claiinet. She talked it over with my father and they agreed to rent one. After three months of playing on a rented clarinet I begged my folks to buy me a really good instrument for my very own. On my birthday they bought me a brand new clarinet for $81. Then summer came and I got interested in swimming and playing ball. I sort of forgot about the clarinet. We had several arguments about not practicing. My teacher told Mom there was no sense in paying for lessons if I refused to practice. Now I don't care much for the clarinet and I want to take up drums. My mother is having fits. The teacher is on Mom's side because they already have a couple of good drummers in the school band and they need clarinets worse. Is this fair?-Lined Up Against DEAR LINED: You bet it's fair. Your folks have invested $81 in a clarinet because you wanted it. Now you'd better get re-interested and live up to your end of the bargain. If your folks let you switch to drums you'll probably fall in love mth the tuba. *  * DEAR ANN LANDERS: You goofed. The lady who said the romance had gone out of her marriage asktii for help. You told her to put away her story books and accept the realities of life. You pointed out how much she had to be grateful for. You exhorted her to count her blessings. You'll have to admit it. Ann, her life sounded pretty darned dull. Why didn't you tell her to give that half-dead marriage a shot of adrenalin? There are many things a wife can do if she has the imagination. She can lose ten pounds, get a new haircut, read a book, get a part-time job so she'll have something to talk about jjjesides the broken dishwasher, the Md's report card, and her mother-m-law. Best of all, she can have a love affair - with her own husband. She can suggest they spend a night in a local hotel. And she can buy a black nightie for the occasion. He'll look at her with new eyes. If a ^vife acts like a household appliance, her husband will treat her like one. Every man wants a loveable, vibrant, exciting, fascinating woman. Be one! -Love Bird Who Sings A Lot DEAR BIRD: I vote for the local hotel bit. It's easier than losing ten pounds and it's got to be more fun. If anyone out there tries it I'd like to know how it works out. * * * Drinking may be "in" to the kids you run with-but it can put you "out" for keeps. You can cool it and stay popular. Read "Booze And You-For Teen-Agers Only." Send 35 cents in coin and a long, self-addressed, stamped envelope with your request to Canada Wide Feature Service Limited, 245 St. James St. West, Montreal, 126. BOOTS OR SHIN-SHAMS - This young lady is stepping out for spring in the latest substitute for boots. Known as Shin-Shams, the leg-huggers are made of stretch nylon coated with polyurethane for a crinkled-leather look. The feet are plain nylon and completely hidden by any style of shoe. They may be mixed or matched with shoes for a versatile boot wardrobe. Fully washable they are made to be worn with hot pants or any skirt length, are available in five colors and are produced by Burlington Hosiery. Potters workshop Monday Tlie Oldman River Potter's Guild will host a Southern Alberta Consultive Service sponsored by the Cultural Development Branch, Edmonton. Walter Grigat will be the instructor at the sessions to be held Monday and Tuesday from 2 to 5, and 7 to 9 p.m., and Wednesday from 2 to 5 p.m. Potters from Taber, Pincher Creek, Magrath, and Coaldale are expected to attend the workshop, to be held in the potters room at the Bowman Arts Centre. SUPER SAVING BUYS at SAFEWAY DISCOUNT PRICES EFFECTIVE in all Lethbridge Stores AAarch 5-6 Sliced Pineapple Apricot Halves Peanut Butter Tea Bags Strawberries Fresh Bread Beef Roast Sliced Bacon Smoked Hams Pork Spareribs B.C. Apples Navel Oranges Taste Tells, also tidbits or crushed .................. 14 fl. oz. tin Gardenside Canada Standard ...... 14 fl. oz. tin Empress Homo or Chunk................ 48-oz. net wt. tin Casino, the economy blend ......................... 100 bag pkg. Bel Air, Canada Fancy, sliced, frozen. 15-oz. net wt. pkg. Skylark Rye, 18-oz. or Sandwich, white or brown, 20-oz. Rump or Round Steak Roast. Lean, easy to carve, Canada Choice Canada Good .... Perfection Brand Rindless side, vac packed.................. 1-!b. nst wt. pkg. Maple Leaf ready to serve whole, half or quarters .... lb. to Bake cr Barbecue ............................ lb. Mcintosh Canada Fey. or Spartans Canada Extra Fey. Controlled Atmosphere ........................... 4 qt. bskt. Sunkist fresh................Large size 56's We Reserve The Right To Limit Quantities. 5.r 4,.r |.29 2.89* 4.95' .99* 69' 59' 59' |.19 10.r SAFEWAY CANADA SAFEWAY LIMITED STORE HOURS: 9 a.m. to 5:30 Daily; Thursday and Friday until 9 p.m.; Closed Wednesday at 12:30 p.m. Centre Village-2nd Avenue and 13th St. N, ;