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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, July 71, 1971 THt IHHBRIDOI HERALD 19 Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: I've noted that on occasion you print satirical "how to" columns. Since I am eminently quali- fied to give advice on this subject, 1 decided lo write. My topic is How To Make Sure Your Younger Son Grows Up To Be A Mess. 1. Be disappointed that your second child wasn't a girl. Alter all, the first child was a boy, which pleased his father, so the second child should be a girl, so his mother will be pleased. This is what children are for. 2. Father: Devote all your time ar.d atlenlion to the first- born. Don't worry about ignoring the second son I promise you his mother will make up [or it. 3. Mother: Since Dad is a little lough on Ihe second son (ignoring him and prolccl Ihe boy as best you can. Be sure he doesn't come into conlacl with the cruel, hard world. A concerned mom can he a great shock absorber. 4. Father: Lei your son know he's a sissy because he likes art, music and poetry. Any kid can't bloody a few noses and Ire outstanding in sports should be ashamed o[ himsell. 5. Mother: Be critical of every girl your son looks at. After all, your son deserves the besl, so don't let him settle for less. A young fellow needs a mother's guidance these days. There arc so many tramps around 6. Father: Lei your son know early lhal you consider him a failure. Compare him with his older brother frequent- ly. If you recognize thai the second boy is vastly inferior, be sure to mention it. Dor.'l let people think you're so stupid you don't know the difference. 7. Be prepared for the unhappiness that comes with hav- ing a disturbed, maladjusted child. And have some answers ready such as, "We can'l understand it. We raised them the same way. It's something in the genes that makes some kids strange. Born Second. DEAR SECOND BORN: Now lhal you've decided where the blame lies, start working on the rest of your life. It began this morning. DEAR LANDERS: The letter fium the woman sign- ed "Orlando'' musl have hit every wife whose husband has had a heart attack. Her big ox insists on drinking to excess, over- eating, and ignoring the doctor's orders. She wrote pleading- ly, "II you love him, girls, nag him! NAG} NAG: NAG: It can mean added years to his life." Your reply, "Who wants more years Eke excellent. Nagging will kill a marriage faster than NOT nagging will kill a fat husband. Put food on the table that is good For him. When in public, M he eats the wrong, keep your moulh shul. Jf he is supposed lo rest afler meals and refuses, you can't knock him unconscious. We hear a lot about the quality of life these days. I say quality of marriage depends on the emotional climate In the house, and it's the wife who sets the thermostat It's Lovely In Libertyville DEAR LOVE: You took the words right out of my mouth, honey. THE BETTER HALF By Barnes "My story is so complicated, so entangled with devious ramifications, that it will defy belief and mix you up completely." Rare kind of community involvement CALGARY (CP> When neighborhood residents try to burn down your hospital, you know you have community in- volvement in the delivery of medical care. Dr. Kathleen Swallow said here. She told (he Canadian Pedia- tric Sociely the situation has arisen a few times in New York where she researches medical care. But Ihe most UL'ual occur- rence is that medical workers fail to use the community they serve [or idens and help in de- cisions. "We don't slop lo listen lo them. And we will not main- tain good medical care without community support. We may become pillpusherF." Dr. Swallow envisaged con- tinuing pediatric care lo re- place a system that considers its duty done when a baby is delivered and discharged from hospital. The continuing care should include nuu-Hional, dental, psy- medical prolession needs the' approval and support of the people if treats. Two such examples of com- munity involvement, one in i Vancouver and another in Ilali-1 [ax, were outlined tor the final chological. social and environ- j day of the society's annu mental subjects as well as med-1 meeting, ical ones. In Vancouver, Project Reach Dr Swallow said the use of opened a clinic in one of the computers lo compile and poorer neighborhoods two years store medical records would ago, "open a whole new range of j Dr Roger Tonkin of Ilic; ped- inlonnation gathering and use." iatric department at the llni- With a patient's consenl, phy- i sicians could oblain complete i records from central storage, saving duplication of "so much data that if gets lost in our records, which are getting more unintelligible anyway." versily ol British said if provides comprehensive i care to Ihe community, while defining the area's health needs! and providing training for: young physicians. The clinic has treated 12.000 But fo'r this to work, the patients and has developed in- leresl among residents In var- ious health The Halifax project, run by Dalhousie University, emphasi- izes a child centred communi- ty program aimed at preven- tion of family breakdown, Dr. S. .1. Keel said. II operates in a poor neighbor- hood, providing education for parenthood, child health care, study groups for youths, tutor- ing for university students, birth control information, den- tal hygiene and a summer day camp. Its two-year operation has shown thai "child care, gener- al health, and family function- ing can be significantly improv- ed by such a mulli disciplin- ary approach." HiramWalker's Gentfe Rye Whisky SUPER SAVERS FRIDAY and SATURDAY ONLY! THESE SPECIALS IN EFFECT ONLY AT CENTRE VILLAGE IGA-LETHBRIDGE MARTENS COALDALE WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES PRICES IN EFFECT UNTIL CLOSING SATURDAY, JULY 22nd TABLERITE CANADA CHOICE Ib. TABLERITE FRESH BEEF Ib. COUNTRY CORN FLAKES 10 oz, pkg. 6 for CHASE SANBORN COFFEE b. pkgs. lor TOP VALU EVAP. MILK 16 (I. oz. tins..... 7 TOP VALU CHOICE 19-fl. 01, tim 5 for CANADA No. 1 VINE RIPENED TOMATOES ib. NALLEYS POTATO CHIPS 9 pkgi. for 749 ALBERTA FINE GRANULATED WHITE SUGAR 10 Ib. bag ;