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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, October 1t, THE LeTHBRIDOC HERALD-23 x Diagnosis of emotional upsets in children never clear-cut OWEN SOUND, Ont. (CP) If a fractured ego could be bandaged, Dr. William Ca- sey's job would be a lot eas- ier. Dr. Casey is a child psy- chiatrist and director of the children's and adolescents' services at Dr. MacKinnon -Phillips Hospital in Owen Sound. Diagnosis and treatment of emotional and behavioral problems is tough because it is never clear-cut, he said. "If we could treat an in- fection of the unconscious with penicillin, it would be simpler." Psychiatric services for children are new to Owen Sound. The outpatient unit opened late last year Until then, children in Grey and Bruce Counties were sent, to London for treatment or ex- amined by two child psy- chiatrists who came to Owen Sound once a week. In September, a 14-bed irf patient centre was added to WALTER KERBER photo Pottery displayed Pottery and other works of Lethbridge, artist John Ikeda are on exhibit until Oct. 31 at the Lethbridge Public Library. Included are some of the pieces that will be in Mr. Ikeda's one-man show with the Canadian Guild of Crafts in Toronto, Nov. 5 to 30. He was recently awarded a gold medal for a ceramic piece entered in the 32nd Annual International Contemporary Ceramic Art Competition held in Italy. PERM SPECIAL Rug. Special 10.95 Special 13.75 OCTOBER Theresas Beauty Salon 740 4 S. PhoiM 3214424 DID YOU KNOW? That havv a full man for VACUUM CLEANERS ONLY AH awl TyfMM We Stock all Vacuum Cleaner Parts Motors HOSES Mfl ws Q95 n3L, AT FAIRFIELD APPLIANCE SERVICES LTD. U44-MAM.MI flMlKMITO Club corner notes The Ladies Auxiliary to St. Michael's Hospital will hold the regular monthly meeting at 8 p m Monday in the residence auditorium. Ann Anderson will show slides on India The Evening Branch ACW will hold a rummage sale from 7 to' 9 p.m. Oct 25 and from 9 to 11 a.m. Oct. 26 in the upper hall of St Augustine's Church. The potential of women in the community will be dis- cussed by a panel of women at the meeting of the University Women's Club at 8 p.m. Mon- day in the Gas Company Auditorium Panel members includes representatives from the YWCA, Women's Place, Unifarm, University Women's Club and Beta Sigma Phi. Prospective new members welcome A rummage sale, sponsored by the Ruby Group, will be held at 7 p.m Wednes- day in St. Andrew's Church Hall, 1818 5th Ave S "The regular monthly meeting of the WA to the Lethbridge Auxiliary Hospital will be held at 2 p.m. Monday in the lounge of the Lethbridge Auxiliary Hospital. The Minus One Club will host an evening of court whist Ann Landers Dear Ann Landers: The poem you printed .in your September 9th column entitl- ed "Heaven's Very Special Child" appeared in a book compiled by my husband, Reverend John A. Massimilla and myself, entiled "This Is Our Life." The book is available for and was written out of concern for mentally retarded children and 'their parents. Our mailing address is P.O. Box 256, Magnolia, Delaware 19962. Will you please so inform your readers? Thank you. Edna Massimilla Dear Edaa: Glad to set the record straight Thank you for' writing, Dear Am Landers: I've ask- ed several people in the medical field about those new shots to lose weight contain UK urine from preg- nant women.) All I get are vague answers Some of my friends are tak- ing them once a week at a pop, and they are losing weight I'm disturbed because only two doctors in this area will give the shots, yet my sister is taking her teenage daughters to get them The shot enthusiasts are the same people who go to spas; "fat seek out the fad diets, and have taken pills (un- til they got goofed up and had to In each case they put all the weight back on When I ask why only two doctors give the shots, the answer I get is. "The medica- tion is in short supply." What about this, Ann? Interested And Worried Dear I W: The shots you are describing are called gonudotropin injections'. The reason so few doctors will give them is because they have not teen approved by the Food and Drug Administration. There is no valid evidence that these shots have any effect except psychological. If there is a weight loss it's from the 500 calorie a day diet that is supposed to be part the program. I've said this so many times I'm beginning to sound like a broken record, but I'll say it only sensible way to lose weight and KEEP it off is to go on a diet (under a doctor's super- exercise regularly (I walk, walk, or join a "Group" if you need emotional support AM- bow to 4eal with life's most diffiarit and most rewarding arrangement. An Laadm' booklet, "Marriage What to will prepare yoa far better or for worse. Scad your request to Am Landers, P.O. Box 334C, Chicago, Illinois CWH, enclosing m in coin and a long, stamped, self addressed envelope. ,at 8 p m. Monday at Southminster. Hall. Everyone welcome. Lunch will be served Ladies Auxiliary No. 58 d'f the Army, Navy and Air Force Veterans are holding a general meeting at 8 p.m. Monday in the clubrooms. Members are urged to attend and take part in the Mock Tea now in progress. Southminster Square Dance Learners Group will dance at 8 p m. Monday in Southminster Hall. Women are asked to bring a box lunch. Oddfellows, Rebekahs and friends are reminded of the card party at p.m. Tues- day in the Oddfellows Hall The Original Pensioners and Senior Citizens Society will hold the monthly meeting at 2 p.m. Wednesday in the civic centre. Women are requested to bring pumpkin or other pies of their choice for the Thanksgiving portion of the meeting. Special entertain- ment will be provided. The Whirl A Ways will host the Golden Mile Dancers at 8 p.m. Monday m the Moose Hall, 1234 3rd Ave. N. All square dancers welcome. Women are asked to bring a box lunch. UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO rcniory MIDWINTER EXAMINATIONS 1974-75 data lor application and tmS November '5 tor Protticol Theory Exoiriinahont be be-M on December 6 and 7. ond ProtJiool motion Jorwoty 1975 in lororfo, and totl two weefci of January 1265 Sfli Awme AKo BAZAAR and SUPPER CtiiRiM and Jipmu Fowls Sunday, Oct. 20th from to pxm. LETHBRIDGE BUDDHIST CHURCH EVERYONE WELCOME! the facilities for children at Dr. Mackinnon Phillips Hospi- tal. Whether a child is admitted for treatment will depend on the degree of the problem, Dr. Casey said. Some problems are easier to treat outside the home environment but a ma- jor aim is not to disrupt the child's life "If it's a family problem, we can often work with the family in their own home." Besides Dr. Casey, the serv- ice is staffed by two psy- chiatrists, four social workers and child care workers. They have worked with 70 to 80 children under the age of 16 since the children's centre started. The same services are of- fered to the youngsters as to adult psychiatric from group therapy to indi- vidual and family counselling. "Until they are about 9, we deal more with play than with Dr. Casey said. "We have to interpret from play what the child is thinking, what his attitudes are By setting up a play house- hold, the staff can watch how the child reacts to different members of a family. Dr Casey has found about half the children referred are 'reacting to problems in their family Kitty Arnott, supervisor of the social workers, agreed "Sometimes parents don't re- Elderly more involved with community affairs ORILLIA, Ont. (CP) The growing number of elderly people in Canada will have to be more involved with community ac- tivities in the future, says Kay Armstrong of Victoria, president of the National Council of Women. She told members of the Onllia Council of Women this week that statistics indicate Canada will have a higher proportion of elderly people than the world's average by the end of the cen- tury and urged members to make plans to involve these people in future community activities. "In Canada two million Canadians are 65 years or she said "Within 15 years, we are going to have more than three million and by the end of the century 12 per cent of Canadians will be 65 or over alize the child knows what's going on and it troubles she said. 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