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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta y, October 11, 1973 THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD -23 Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: Your answer to a recent letter astounded me. The writer complained that the young man she had been going out with was a heavy drinker but somehow he didn't seem to show it. Nevertheless, she was afraid to go out with the guy again because he insisted on driving and they had had several close calls. Your answer was, "If he drinks like a fish, then swim with him but don't drive with him." I hope your readers don't take that advice seriously. Drinking and swimming don't mix any better than drinking and driving. As an editor of the nation's leading trade newspaper on the swimming pool industry, I have ac- cumulated much data. An alarming number of swimming accidents have oc- curred when the injured or drowned person has been drinking. The only way water and alcohol should be mixed is in a glass, and some authorities question that. The drinker who swims is usually the one who either jumps head-first into shallow water and is injured, or who tries to show off, misuses pool equipment and gets hurt. Alcohol can turn any swimming party into a tragedy. In short, drinkers shouldn't swim. D. K., Fort Lauderdale DEAR O.K.: Right you are. How could I have missed something so obvious? Thank you for calling this to my attention. DEAR ANN LANDERS: The letter from "I Peel Better Already" made me write to you. A few years ago I, too, was hacking, coughing and sneezing. I had watery eyes, chapped lips and a red nose. Food tasted awful. I was a "chronic so short of breath at times I had to sleep sitting up. When our young son began to develop the same symptoms I became frantic. We moved to another city and I had to start with a new doctor. The first thing he said to me was, "You'll never get any better until you stop smoking." The doctor was shocked when I told him I didn't smoke and never had. He then asked if my hus- band smoked. When I replied, "Only three packs a he informed me that I was allergic to smoke and second- hand smoke was making me sick. I could write a book on what happened after I got that news, but this is enough for one letter to Ann Landers. Please print it for others who might have a similar problem and not know it. Breathing Easy In Bermuda DEAR B.: I have printed other letters saying the same thing, but one more won't hurt. Welcome to the world of the living. Mr. and Mrs. Antonio Gioia were recently honored on the occasion of their 50th wedding anniversary with a reception. Married in Fighline Vegliatura, Doscnza (southern Italy) in September of 1923, the couple moved to Natal, B.C. in 1960 and later to Nobleiord in 1970. They have three daughters, Mother Assunta, still in Italy; Mrs. Lisa Cabuto of Calgary; Mrs. Ada Crocco of Toronto; and two sons, Alphonse of Sault Sic. Marie and Nello of Nobleford. The couple has nine grandchildren. A com- memorative telegram was received from Pope John. ANNUAL FALL SUPPER St. Andrew's United Church Hall Cardston, Alberta Monday, Oct. 15th to p.m. Adults Family S7.00, Children 10-5 S1.00 Registration begins at 9 a.m. Saturday for the fall workshop of the South Alberta-Kootenay Zone Lutheran Women's Missionary League, to be held at Mt. Zion Lutheran Church, Cranbrook, B.C. Theme for the workshop is Together in Christ. The University Women's Club of Lethbridge will meet at 8 p.m. Monday in the gas company auditorium. Mrs Lola Lange of Claresholm will speak on China. Former members and guests welcome. w The Lethbridge Registered Music Teachers' Association will meet at tonight at the home of Mrs. V. Robertson, 1506 16 Ave. S. Calendar The Midnight Squares will hold a regular dance at p.m. Friday in the Fort Macleod elementary school. Round dance practice at 8. Women are asked to please bring a box lunch and cups. Everyone welcome. The regular monthly meeting of Vasa Lodge No. 579 will be held at 3 p.m. Sun- day with the Scandinavian Folk Dancers. The annual members banquet will be held at 4 p.m. with meeting to follow. Members are remind- ed children are welcome and babysitters will be available. The regular meeting of the Lethbridge Auxiliary to Shrine Hospitals for Crippled Children will be held at p.m. Tuesday at the home of The romantic Spaniards will sing and dance at the drop of a hat Some say it s the sun And some sav the Sangria ScingiK) ib a blend ot (me lod wine and the K'lieshing flavour of fiesh 'an: You can heive Andies Sangna as is Or chilled Or ganiished with slices of oranges and lemons !he hosi to scixe Sjngnn is soon Andies Sangria I! you wan! something exciting to celebrate ANDReS VINIM.KS 01 MM. Mrs. F. M. Gore-Hickman, 1131 -17 A. St. S. All Shriners' wives welcome. The Girl Guides of Canada Chinook Area will hold a Canada Cord Ceremony at 7 p.m. Saturday in St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church. Cer- tificates to be presented by Mrs. Canadine. The Hi Neighbor Club will hold the weekly dance from 8 to 11 p.m. Friday at the Alan Watson School, 6th Ave. and 21st St. S. The Westerners Orchestra will be in atten- dance. Instructions in learn- ing to dance. Everyone welcome. The Lethbridge Philatelic Society will meet at 7 tonight in the gas company auditorium. Coffee will be served following the meeting. ADDED HAZARD WATFORD. England (CP) Bunkers and tricky greens aren't the only hazards facing 26 members of the West Her- tfordshire Golf Club. They are so-called "artisan" members who pay for their golf by doing odd jobs but are not allowed into the clubhouse patronized by fee-paying members. Club captain Patrick O'Connor says. "This is not a class thing at all We play against them twice a year and they are allowed to use the clubhouse for their annual dinner." wear the best! m STERLING SHOES 320A 6th St. S. WEEKEND TERRIFIC BUYS Wagon Wheels Peanut Brittle 20-54 treats 14-oz 79 All Purpose Cream flfl I 4 a II Lanolin and Olive oil. Bayer Aspirin 100 per Pool Table 40" table with cues and balls Vaseline Intensive Care .23 14fl.oz. Power Play Hockey Game includes x 7' put together, arena, four pucks, four sticks and two .88) goals 1 Smash Up Derby Action Garage A Qft Fisher Price w M 77 2 fly apart cars, 2 jump M'0" Make Itt barr., 2 T' hdle. power sticks learning fun Tractor Trike Sturdy Plastic 7 .87 100% Acrylic Yarn 4 ply. Varigated and solid colors 4 oz. skein Mac Tac strips. Various patterns Braided Rugs 99' .88 '.88 Can Onener Premier Automatic Electric Plastic Drapes Record Players Red and Green. Limited Quantity Various colors J Flower Bulbs Tulips, Iris, Daffodils, Crocus, English Blue Bells, Narcissus, Triteltia........ 99 Pictures, Plaques, Mirrors Kneelets P 1 Size. Various colors. 2 pair per package 5x7, 8x10, 12x21 Rear Window Car Defroster Fits any Car 1 .88 One size 1 .19 Misses and Childrens Socks Assorted styles and colors. Clearance Price I 57' Acrylic and Stretch nylon with terry on outside. Assorted colors 77' e Men's Ski Jackets Various colors. Sizes s.m.I. Limited quantity 10 .96! Children's Ski Jacket Du Pont. Various colors. Sizes 4-6x 5 .77 Ladies' Cardigans Made in Italy. Sizes s.m.I. Colors Blue, Grey, Tan and Navy 96 Men's Shirt and Tie Set Ladles. jurtleneck Pullover Various colors. Sizes 15-17 '.88 DuPont Nylon. Sizes s.m. I Assorted colors Boys' T-ShJrt 100% cotton. Various colors. S.M.L....... 99' Ladies' Smock Tops n_i. A 1 1 iwi emu ruiyesier Knit. Sizes 10-18 Oft Ladies'Smock Tops R.96 100% PolvMter. Sizes 10-18 __________ 100% Polyester. Sizes 10-18 Girls' long quilted Duster Receiving Blanket 100% Polyester. Sizes 8-14. Assorted colors Viscose and Wool. 1 .99 Children's Pullover Zipper front. Colors, red, brown and Navy. Sizes 2-3x' Infants Lanokins Play Blanket Sleeper Pink, Blue and Yellow. Sizes 1-3 Sizes s. and I. Colors Mint White, Yellow and Pink !.69 i .57 Pocket Books Various titles 3 CREDIT PLAN AVAILABLE ;