Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 12, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
TINY PATIENT U iook'a two-hour emergency heart operalion performed under a magnifying glass, to pull baby Ghanie through the first week of his life. Born weeks premalure and weighing only iwo pounds 13 ounces, he was Ihe smallest blue baby to undergo major heart operation at Montreal's Children's Hospital. Dr. David Alton Murphy examines his tiny palient in Ihe neo- nalal intensive care unit of the hospital. Toronto family visits West Coast; they came, saw, liked, and moved ATLIN, B.C. fCP) of a Toronto Highway along a while ice cream in the the Harvey family left whej he decided to road that ends up as cupboard stayed. ronto a year ago to see West with his wife Jan, It sits on an Mrs. Harvey says. West Coast Mountains director for an dotted with their children did didn'l expect lo end up agency, and their the water from the school work by corrc- ing the smallest motel Suzanne, 13, snow capped the Harveys North America and a an 80-acre gold-mining month old donkey they live in this family lived in and bought "the small- Hard 300 in the northwest until November, motel in North America." Nor did they plan to make British Columbia, below is not unusual Cliimo Motel, which new home in an old is only one winter and "when my out over Allin Lake, has residence, without outside. Atlin is 55 froze to Ihe wall, I two units, but a small ad- the Yukon was says Mrs. is planned. John Harvey, 37, worked all happened because .Mr. Harvey decided the sales and production one day to take a trip to see the mountains." she and her husband bought a 60-vear-old house would probably like to trv gold panning, be bought Harvey. "We made hospital's nurses' donkey. Hard Luck, with SEE minds faster than when this was a gear strapped to her For all your barn and decide what gold-mining lown at in a walking promotion paint requirements. for of the Atlin for the gold-min- prices on all painls Harveys sold their is no running attraction. barn and shingle Toronto home and delivered twice a miss the exciting Ihings I THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL 6, 1970. headed out of stored in plaslic to do at the radio slation Moore's Special Exterior M.95 White. Gollon in their camper, with their truck and boat in The plumbing is outside. On the coldest days the I miss the people back in Toronto." he says. The Idea People IN blocked off the front I sure don't miss all Expert came here lived mainly in lanes of traffic and the likes to explore monitor readings. Even PAINT (WESTERN) says GOLD do end up back in To- 816 3rd Ave S Ph only way lo reach hot air rose so we'll never forget by taking a deljour from butter on IJie top Ann Landers Thuridoy, Ausuil 12, 1971 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Family Aide program way DEAR ANN LANDERS: I am a San Francisco dentist who reads your column laithlully. Every day I am appalled by the ignorance and stupidity of parents. It occurred lo me lhat the vou serve as Ihe conveyor bell between thousands of dentists and millions of parents? Here are the basic guidelines. 1. Don't wait until your child has a toothache before you take him to the dentist. He will then associate the dentist with pain and establish an irreversible, life-long fear of dentistry. 2. Don't ignore cavities in baby teeth because "they fall out eventually" and don't mailer. They DO mailer, and should be well cared for to insure the proper alignment of second teeth. 3. Don't use scare words when you talk about the dentist. Expressions such as "needle" and "pull the looth out" should be avoided. Tell the child the dentist will "put your looth lo sleep" and "iviggle it oul." 4. Don't bribe your child lo go to the dentist. This raises many questions and makes the child apprehensive. 5. Don't insist on going into the workroom with Ihe child. He will do better if. you let him know he is grown up enough to go in without you. fi. permit your child to eat candy and other sweets all day long. Substitute raisins, dried prunes, apricots and Jresh fruit. Sugarless gum is good, loo. 7. Begin early to teach your child Ihe importance of caring for hjs teeth and gums. Hahils established early will slay wilii him Ihe resl of his life. 1 ain not looking for publicity, so I'll sign No Signature DEAR NO SIG: Thank you for taking your valuable time to write. The teeth you saved might be my grandchildren. DEAR ANN LANDERS: 1 am 14 years old (a girl) and I have a gripe rather than a problem. It's my falter. Every morning I am supposed to bring him a cup of hot coffee the minute he opens his eyes and yells lor it. I am also supposed to bring the newspaper and his glasses. I don't mind doing tins, but he is not a person who has a lot of patience, especially in Hie morning. If he doesn't gel his coffee and paper and glasses immediately, he blows his cool. The problem is his glasses. He never leaves Ihem in the same place two nights in a row. I never know where to look. Sometimes I look in eight places before I find them. This morn- ing they were in Ihe medicine cabinet. 1 figured il oul when I found the toothpaste on the telephone table. When I ask Dad to give me a clue as lo where lo look he says. "There are none so blind as those who NOT 1 hale lliis cliche. How can I cure Chewed Over Cabbage DEAR CABBAGE: No way Just don't ask him for any Clues and he won't get the chance lo chew his cabbage so many limes. Some people set themselves up for aggravalion. DEAR ANN LANDERS: It shocks me the way you hand oul life and death advice right off Ihe lop of your head. Don't you reali7e some people live by what you say? How do you know you're always right? No Mavin DBAS N.M.: Nobody is right all the time, and T do make mistakes. But tlie advice you describe as "off the top of my head" sometimes represents hours of research. People who vrrite to me need a definite answer. More people suffer from the inability to make a decision than from making the wron.? one. Please send inquiries and requests lo Landers Reader- mail Department, Chicago Sun Times-Daily News, 401 North Wabash Ave., Chicago, 111 60611 under I !_--' I A Certified Family Aide j Program lias announced I by Ethel Wilson, minister with- I oul portfolio. Director of Lhc program will he Mrs. Alizon Lamb, former Executive Director of Services; with the Edmonton Rehabilita- tion Society. i This residential, vocational program, funded through Ihe department of education, will utilize the nurses' residence of J the old Misericordia Hospital in j Edmonton. Jt is scheduled lo I start this fall. j Mrs. Wilson stated. 'There i are many unfilled job opporlu-1 nilics for family aids, but fowl applicants trained lo provide j j basic housekeeping services An urgent need exists in homi's: where there are special prnh-1 lems, such as handicapped chil- j i drcn or adults, and emphasis i be placed in this area of' training." III ML The basic course, available In applicants 17 years of age and over, having Grade 8 or ils equivalent, will involve clean- ing, laundry, preparation and serving of food, care of home furnishings, the use and care of home appliances. Instruction will be gvien in human behavior, communica- tions and hygiene. 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