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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 4, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE IETHBRIDGE HCTA'.r Good-will arrive Winston Bal.-on, ar.d Corbin are part of ever exclininc das Y, and the Y.Mi'.Y.s in At- berta. Ihev COIMC (n Canadians ahout IV spcn.; Barbados, such as soccer, anil to k'aru i1 cultures ,-.nd nrepic accordii'g to Mr. lial.-rai. Gar i 'ii arc in I-elli- v.a'k following a Va: v. and arc v.ork- 'l-v.mily Y, and Summer in and adors bados iiHci'iloon al-i1 camp. [Jcrc Ihcy participated in group games with children at- Ic-nding the camp and led Uicim in folk songs of Bai'bados. Surprise was shown on tlic leaders, as Mr. Batson told the chiMri-n that Canada does havo ,1 liislory in the game of cricket. Negotiations for the exchange have been going on' for the past year, and have only become a reality this year. It is hoped that the exchange will on annual event, and involve more people in the future. Friday, the men will partici- pate in a display of water-polo at Ihe Family Y, before their Saturday departure. From here thev will proceed to Edmonton for' a visit the YMCA there. A conference in Toronto of all those participating in the PX- changc will close the exchange for 1971, and reports from each member will he sturlied to evaluations of the ex- change. From these evaluations, it vrill he decided whether or not the exchange will continue next year. Mr. Batston will give a series of talks in Eastern Canada on Safety in Industry before re- luming to Barbados. Primitive pottery class ALL TOGETHER NOW Winslon Batson, left, and Aubrey Corbin, day camp, Tuesday. Earlier Tuesday, ihey visiled Ihe Henderson Lake both of Barbados, lead the children allendmg Ihe Park Lake Summer camp and gave talks both on Barbados, and on the exchange program Day Camp in folk songs of iheir home land, assisted by leaders of ihe they are participating in. Two three ounce blue bab For Weekend erlcy Rockelt photographed classic design, ihey're r voman and best of all, Lovely and ladylike, a with a favorile admire bought half a yard of m; turban. All year-round o'd touches. THE BETTER HALF hion ftiature, Bev- rsey dresses. Of In3 sophisticated all yccr round, fcr a luncheon Bros., "d crc-afcd a jiffy- r d c 5 Ihe finishing Bob Barnes The outdoor primitive class for youngsters previously set to run Tuesday at 1 p.m., has been set over till Thursday at 1 p.m. according to Pol) Hunt, co-ordinal or of the class from Messenger. Messenger, a youth informa- tion and direction centre lo- cated in Central school, is en- deavoring to hold a series af crafts classes for all ages, and last was involved in a crafts i class for all ages in Messen- ger's offices. It was attended by interested I persons of all ages. The primitive pottery class will be held, wea'.her permit- ting at Indian Battle Park, and interested persons are asked to meet at the Messenger offices at 1 p.m. Transportation to and from the class from the office j be arranged. Those wishing fur'.her infor-1 mation can call Messenger at i 1 328-9228, after 10 a.m. glass surgery for infant MAGOG. Quc. 'CPi 11 Look n two-hour emergency heart operation, p; rlormed under a magnifying glass, lo pull baby Ghanip Uie [irst week of his life. Born y-2. weeks premature and weighing only pounds. 13 ounces, he I hi? smallest hlue baby lo undergo a major hear! operation at Montreal Hospital. "It's a miracle lie says Dr. Alton Hhnpliy, the hos- piuU's cardiovascular surgeon who operated on the boy when he four days old The surgeon worked with spe- cially line instruments and a magnifying gla.s.s. 'Tbe magnifying glass mado Ihe baby look like an average sLvcn pound but my i bends looked huge." he iccalls. A few years ago doctors would hardly have dared to op- crate on a three-pound baby. "We used to put them on oxy- qcn and hope they would gain weight, but often they got pneu- monia and dind before we oper- ated." Abdul Junior Ghanic was born at Ihe JUagop Hospital Vacation school centred on brotherhood and love and second birthdays for an- other' operation to enlarge the blood vessel canning from his huerl to his blood lungs similar SELLING 1VELL j MONTREAL (CPI Season subscribes have already pur- chased 60 per cent of the seats i available for Ihe new Opera du Quebec which is scheduled to i present four wcrks during the win'.er season of 1971 72. A Place Arts spokesman said subscribers are expected to total by September, guar- anteeing a full house for the cimpany organized last spring. A Vacation School centering on broliicrnond is pruned for Thursday and Friday, and Monday through Friday of next wrpk. An i n I c r d e n ominnlionnl school, il.s purpose, according to Beckv Cuu.sint. or.i> of Ihe teachers, v.'ill be lo "oprn the kid's eyes lo ihe fact thai llrjro arc a lot more rr'igioiis limn the onr- the each individual knows aboul." Rcprc'-eiUniivi-s I r o in the Unhid Chrrch, ill'.' liuddhisl Church, .Jewish failli. li'haTs. ;mcl (i'.hor roiipion.s will be ses- sions of UK: scluioi. Rose Yellow FrpL. director of the L-elhhridpe Friendship Ccn- Lrc. will IK giving in' Indian handicrafts, and may i possibly leach Ihe children Ibe fundamentals of Indian danc- ing. hope that we will be able lo show the children that nil religions leach basically Ihe same says Mrs. Cons-' ins. Tho majority of I he classes are lo be held in Ihe Gait Gar- i dens, 'cather permitting, bul if llic weather is r'lapses ill move lo the Lelh-; bridge Friendship Centre. Leaders of the school aro en- deavoring lo have some local laleni to coiuo in and sing for the children for 15 or 20 min-; ule.s on two or 'lirce of the I days, bul to dale, nothing has been finali7ed in this regard. "I don't suppose that those kids know that Christianity only encompasses about a tenth of Ihe world's says Mrs Cousins "I think, if we had to have a theme for the she says, "f think it would to be, Understanding Your Neighbor." heart operations have been per- j formed on babies as young as baby Ghanie bul, 35 far as he 1 knows, it has never been com- pleted successfully on quite so small. a baby "Ten years ago this type ol was not done. This haby could not have been saved Ihen." He had special praise for the "nr.sung heioes" of doctors and nurses in the operating and post-operative team, as well as about ore-quarter of an inch. Until then he will have to be careful not to catch colds. Then May II Pediatiician Dr. Lucie Baby Ghanie will have to re- llonelle recognized that not I visit Montreal Children's Ilospi- enough blood was reaching in la] sometime between his [irst i his lungs from his heart and I had him taken 85 miles north- west lo Montreal. VESSELS ENLARGED Blood vessels leaving the baby's heart had lo be enlarged and Ihe aorta, the heart's main blood vessel, had lo Iw con- nected lo one supplying the lungs. A hole ahout Ihe size of the tip of a hall-point pen was created so blood could reach Ihe lungs from the heart. Baby Ghame was returned to Magog when his weight reached i pounds. Dr. Murphy says he should be able "normal" life. to live a Good potential TORONTO (CP) Metropoli- tan Toronto's program to house elderly people in private house- holds has proved to contain "good potential" for providing care for the aged, Metro Hous- ing Commissioner Arlhur Var- coc said. The yeai-old program has placed 40 people nged 65 and over in private households. Host families are paid a m o n h for accommodation and food for each guest Ihe diagnosis of Dr. Moncttc. I alely. SERVE IMMEDIATELY Sandwiches conlaining raw vegetables, especially lettuce and tomatoes, should be made lo order and served immedi- S1TDY PI.ANNKI) LONDON (AP) Britain's dcparimenl of the environment it will make a study to de- termine if children who play in streets are in danger of poison- ing from dirt and dust contami- nated hv exhaust fumes. BINGO MOOSE HALL 1234 3rd AVENUE NORTH _ WEDNESDAY ol P M. Jackpol in 56 Numbers 12lh game in 7 Numberl 4fh Bfh Games Doubled in 7 Numbers 5 Cards 2 FREE GAMES FREE CARDS DOOR PRIZE NO CHILDREN UNDER 16 SPONSORED BY THE LOYAt ORDER OF MOOSE "Oh, goodie, you're hie car> begin acaIn 0 w DAYS PRICES KEVT3 iO SHOES MOST m CMED! ALL CLOGS Res co J LOW, LOW flNAl PSICE DRESS SHOB SANDALS MUST GO! Rscj'jla; io NOW ONLY! ;i. 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