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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 30, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta ___. Friday, July 30, THt LtTHBRIDGE HERALD 17 Ann Burn treatment serious in child 1 M Q 6 1 S !r% (CP) Treat- have opened in the 1 Qffljg! ]r of bums in children is what parents should rfjsii the most complicated and children who have problems confront- at home, Dr. Burke DEAR ANN LANDERS: I admired your raw courage when you blasted the chiropractors. And now, my dear, when i are you going to unmask the psychiatrists? You know good and well that most of them are charlatans, interested only the medical profession to- f ay, says Dr. John F. Burke, rlrectof of the Shriners' burn 5 mil at Massachusetts Genera! lospital. "I don't want to create any ,ense of panic, but a burn )f any size bigger than a silver lollar should be seen to a lucrative practice. Have you ever heard of a mentally told a burn person who was set right permanently by psychiatry? I by the Montreal scalding injuries not. Hospital that childhood brought to the attention of No amount of therapy can cure a problem caused require efficient immediately. It is heredity. Hours of talking cannot alter defective genes. Surely you know that depressions are cyclical and most people who believe psychiatry helped them would have gotten better without it No one will ever sell me the idea that mental "Burns involve every organ of he body in a potentially lethal way and we in the medical field are beginning to realize- the doctor decide if the shild can return home or if he should be taken to the burn yields' to persuasion. Why don't you give up? With a gai'den variety On Most Things DEAR WITH: I wouldn't try to sell you anything. a very serious one which demands the best in team mind is not only closed it is nailed mortality rate is Charlatans can be found in every field and psychiatry is no exception. In addition to the quacks, there are also from burns than it is from any form of fracture. In major burns, it can rise as petent psychiatrists, and downright nutty ones who went 50 per the specialty in search of solutions to their own problems. While emotional illness may seem to run in families, it remains a major problem. The skin keeps not inherited in the same way that a syphilitic mother passes on the disease to her offspring. Our central nervous systems are inherited, however, and this is a factor which from getting in, but after a burn, the bacteria moves in as there is no effective second line of (CP) Gwen Matcalfe is leaving her castlfi forced into early be doctors are I have stated repeatedly that a sick person who gaining the upper 16 years, Mrs. psychiatric help has only a 50-50 chance of getting well. Of those who do get well, some credit their doctors with rescuing them from a prison of hate and bitterness, unable to infection, Dr. Burke said, thanks to development of special bum units during the been curator of D u n durn Castle. When she took it over it was, by her own unable to love and unable to accept themselves. True, talking cannot alter defective genes, but it can dissipate hostility and anger which is like poison to the body and mind Talking can also bring tremendous relief to people years. "One of the most encouraging signs is that it now Is being recognized that one can't treat burns in a usual largest up to the eavestroughs in moose-heads and hand-me-down "antiques." In 1967 the city restored real feelings have been hidden even from themselves. bum clinic opened to 1855, the days of over, talking can uncover an enormous amount of and since that time 20 It was' the home of guilt', which is a major cause for nervous MacNab, then prime You say you've never heard of a mentally ill person who was set right by psychiatry? Well, I have. Furthermore, I receive letters of appreciation almost every day from people of the United Provinces of Canada, now Ontario and Quebec. Mrs. Metcalfe, 58, became say therapy saved their lives and they thank me for in 1955. She studied them to get professional help. techniques on her own and made what DEAR ANN LANDERS: I've been looking at this piece of paper for half an hour trying to put this delicately. But there's no way so here it could in the museum's displays. In 1961 she obtained a Canada Council grant to attend a Canadian Museums Last weekend we had guests. (Close One of training course. She guests came out of the bathroom with a very sheepish BUTTE W. study the history of the pression on his face. Finally he said, "I broke the toilet seat." EvwvonG provincial campaign chairman, has announced the MacNab family. In 1967 she resigned He was embarrassed, and I felt sorry for him. Later that evening lie asked me to buy a new seat and send him Mary Brenner will head the Canadian Arthritis and Rheumatism Society's administrator was appointed who is senior to her. Her resignation was not accepted, bill. I informed him that it wasn't necessary that the was persuaded to stay bad been cracked for some time and it could have society's in charge of the to anyone. His response was, "You are just trying to make entirely dependent on feel better. I don't believe and she visit the castle Yesterday we received a blank check with a note saying, "Please buy a new seat to replace the one I broke. I won't be comfortable until you do." I would feel like, a fraud accepting his money. That doggone thing was ready to go any of volunteers like Mrs. Brenner and other members of the Catholic Women's League of Picture Mr. Douglas said. "Funds collected by retirement? "I don't know I suppose I will. I haven't made up my mind. But I hold Dundurn in my Mv husband says we should accept the check, buy a workers will seat and forget to carry on the What do you say? A House Divided DEAR HOUSE: Accept the check. Buy a new seat of attack to control arthritis." Mrs. Brenner said: calendar forget don't realize that can prevent DEAR ANN LANDERS: Instead of playing bridge for most arthritis night we played "Ann which I invented. I went a stack of newspapers and clipped your column. I pasted Golden Mile Drop best questions and answers on separate cards with is taking ing numbers to identify them as mates. The men persons who would like the women and the side that came up with the answers Services Ltd. is spon soring a cross-Canada the Golden Mile Singers The group sings for to yours won. I was Ann Landers and I kept your for unemployed young and any interested persons hidden until everyone had his say. Then I read it aloud. to encourage them to contact 327-5333. be surprised at how many times the men did not agree community servic< projects for the summer. The McNally Women of the is called farm will host a It was a great evening, Ann, a truly novel way to 71 and its purpose is picnic at Henderson Lake people to open up. Some of their answers were hilarious! community bettermen through creative action end) Saturday at 6 p.m. Th< f lunch will be pot-luck, with hope you don't mind. D. C. (Mount Dora, people, a company coffee, and ice cream DEAR DORA: Not at all! Be my Everyone NATIONAL BRANDS SALE at SAFEWAY White Flour Mushroom Soup 19C 16 net wt. pkg. -mgmr mm. mm mm -w Lunch Meat "--33e Fruit Cocktail 6II00 DONT FENCE ME IN Although the residents of this north Lethbridge home may be hedging around the issue, it is sure that their idea will bud in the spring. But it could also be surmised that they are trying to prevent their home from being picketted, even though their gate isn't very smooth. and out or town Mrs. F. Harty and Mrs. N. Hcrbst were recent hostesses at a shower honoring Mrs. Hodger Conner, formerly Lori Larson. Others entertaining for Mrs. Conner included Mrs. Ross Barnaby and Mrs. Boh Smith; Mrs. Henry Anderson, and Miss Donate Schultz; and the Sandra Ricketts Mission Circle of First Baptist Church. Open house will be held for Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Hayes at their home, 4723 70 St. N.W., Calgary, August 7 from 2-6 p.m in celebration of their 50th wed- ding aannivcrsary. The Hayes were married July 27, 1921 in Council Grove, Kan- sas, returning to Canada in 1MB residing in Barons until 1953. They have lived in Calgary since that time. They have seven children, 38 grandchildren, and seven great- grandchildren. KNOCKS GOVERNMENT VANCOUVER (CP) The federal government and crown corporations are "the worst of- fenders" in the area of inequal- ity for working women, says Jan Steelc, a member of the Ontario Liberal Party's task force on the Status of Women. She said in Vancouver, Air Canada and the CNR are among organ! zalions where women are generally in "sup- portive" portions with men in those of authority. THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes "Three thousand bucks was the lowest bid he could get for putting in cement and painting it green." Town House Canada Fancy smi- u fi- tjn Sara Ue Banana Choco1ate or Devils Food 14-oz. net wt. pkg. Jelly Powders 12 i95 ALL STORES WILL BE CLOSED MONDAY, AUG. 2nd STOCK UP NOW FOR THE HOLIDAY. Prices effective in Lethbrdge Stores July 30-31 Frasbta Boston Beans Dill Pickles Pnf f DO till I I CC B.B.Q. Sauce 2S Safewoy All Purpose Grind Ufa. pkg. r ROUND STEAK 87 or ROUND STEAK ROAST c All Cuts Canada IL Choice Canada mWM Good Beef 1M mWm ___ jMpp Frozen Turkeys Ground Beef Watermelon Regular Guaranteed Fresh...........Ib. Red-Ripe-Juicy Ideal for the holiday 2il? WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES SAFEWAY CANADA SAFEWAY L ;