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Ottawa, Canada
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Thursday, August 27, 1964
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Silent By MYRTLE MEYER ELDREO Jb small baby begins making babbit sounds at about three to tour month of age. The "agoo." Is a definite sound and this it followed by all aorta of combinations of consonents with the vowel A. nam, dada, nana and to on. Ehjoy these babble sounds and keep on talking to the baby not in his own language but in yours. Children learn to talk by being talked ' to. It ia only by hearing the same sounds , over and over that eventually they become meaningful to the baby. - At. first it is well to say to the baby what you are . doing or what object you are holding. "Mother Is putting on baby's socks." or. "Danny hold your spoon." if said always under those circumstance will lead to to child holding1 out his foot or hand.1 He know what you are say- lug. This Is Just a step from saying it himself. REPEAT THE WORD i It Is well to repeat the " word the child is saying and to say it correctly. "Moo-, moo," says Ned to the cow's , picture. "That's a cow." say mother, "be says moo-moo.". Children react to our enjoy meat of their speech. "TelI me what you are doing?" we say hi encouragement ' and listen with all eur ears to what they say. But this should not prevent us from correct log a mUpronunciatkxu. Just . because we think It is cute.' jj ."Becept," said one small 'lot. t to which her mother said. "I': think you mean except. ' : I- Mother "Drink." says an imperious two year old. pointing toward the kitchen. "John wants a drink." we say. In time John will be saying , those wopis instead of making oo word convey hi meaning. DO NT BE SILENT The silent mother offer the child no incentive to try to express his thoughts. She react too easily to a demanding hand or a grunt, instead of expecting the child W use words to tell her hi desires. She should not minimize the influence of tbe right word, the right phrase, the explanation or the courteous request. All of these impress lb child and help him to build up a vocabulary as he 4s building his body and Its activities. It s the parent who talks to the; child and listens to bis conversation who develops thatbright child who Is saying' "everything" at three years of age. k doesn't com about without some effort on the part of those adults who live with the child. If you have question about child care, or advice to share with others, please send your letter' to m and III. try to print as many as I can. If mi wish a personal reply, 'please include a stamped, self-. addressed envelope. Sand te Myrtle Meyer Eldred in care of The Ottawa Journal. vjor.icrj HEALTHFUL TOMATOES 'I Colorful, sun-ripened Ontario tomatoes are excellent source of Vitamin C Eat fresh tomatoes every day while they are In season. Home economists at Mac-donald Institute, Guelph, recommend storing tomatoes between 49 and SS degrees for best flavor. Refrigerator temperature are too . cold and cause tomatoes to become' watery and lose flavor. Leave underripe tomatoes at room temperature until they reach a deep red color. Then store m a cool place such as Journal Want Ada bring quick results. .' i- - f Sales RITT'S LIMITED 99 R'kJmm Street : t 51 6torg Strttt CHILDREN'S WEAR Sale . STARTS TKUHSDAY, HUCUST 27 3 DAYS ONLY , SAVE FOR NEXT SUMMER ' . Also Sm Our BocV-to-Schoo StyUi ALLQ? J , su:":er ckidsqts v,iaf 6 101 h nEQULAR S n PRICE CHOOSE1 A COMPLETE NEW FALL WARDROBE I DRESSES, COATS, .SPORTSWEAR, ACCESSORIES i FROM OUR THREE FLOORS OF CHILDREN'S WEAR BOYS' HANOI TOWN",1 SIZES 1 TO 12 ISMtaM, gmn strMl tatraaesi , . .. BOYS' AND GIRLS' WEAR, SUES 2 TO tX . ; -MISS JUNIORITTl SHOr. SIZES 7 TO 14 os rtpsit -. - . i- ' ,' , ('.' ,' . , ' . ; - ' . . Us Yew Charge AccewM er taqaire (4 Oar Office v- fee Custom Credit Plan , N AT THE STORE WITH MORI M '64 i ;' V' where. Really It's ar Treat To Shop Journal I ' "i r Family THE OTTAWA JOURNAL JXJ Major John A. Commerford and Mrs. Commerford and their family who have recently returned to Ottawa after six years In Kingston art shown In the living room of their borne at 331 Carting A venue. From th left, are James, six, and John. .10, both students at Mutchmor Public School next month;-Janet Ann, 14. enters Grade Nine at Glebe Collegiate; Lynn, three. Is CWL Will Support Vanier Family Institute By BRENDA LARGE CHARLOTTETOWN (CP) ' Tbe Catholic Women's League Wednesday became tbe first national voluntary orgenUetlon la Canada to lend tta financial support to the new Vanier Insti-, tut on the Family. Tbe league will raise funds by volaatar? contribution from It 1M.0M members across Canada and donate the money, to the institute as a centennial project No goal for th fund-raising campaign was sat. But in preliminary discussions on t h league' centennial . project at tbe ; CWL national convention here, the figure $109,000 was mentioned by member of th - nna cnor STRAWBERRY JAM a oss. S1.0 1757 RusjsII Rwd 731-3884 - national executive as suitable. The Vanier Institute we set no In June, follow Ins th Gov ernor-General's conference on the family tat Ottawa. It Is to direct research lata the problem of modern family lite. Tha natiaaal nreaidant af the league, Mrs. Harmon Steven of Calgary who attended th family conference, told the V CWL delegate Wednesday- ' "1 was most impressed by tbe great need for farther study and research into the grave problems confronting our families. I'm sura our CWL members will understand the need, and each Individual member will want to make her voluntary contribution (ram her heart.". ' . r ; ' Most Rev. Thomas J. McCarthy, bit hop of St Catharines. Onl., and the league' national director, said be thought the Vealer Institute tha "kind of thins that would demand na tional action." vi don't think this type of project would be hard to sell to the oarish CWL councils. It give something permanent that will have positive results. Harness Races . . '.-.,. Ridcaii Raceway says it with flowers -taw ir--.-"" , Ladles, mm aarty tmMit- . . year adaslssies) St FUI . ;. . - . 4 , Bee keattUful FLORAL DISPLAY ky , '. BUIS FLORIST ft GIFT SHOP f . of Gleffwood Shoppiag Ptazs 'i-'-''.- t V. ,;r -; Aytater Road ; , v-. J'-S' "'"'.''" ' featuring V ' .; FLOWER ARRANGEMENTS ' i ' dnd GIFT SPECIALTIES la the Chbaooe from 7.IS ' ; Win a Canadian Mink Stole f Watch 10 Exciting ": ; POST TIME t PJrt I ; i RIDEAU cASina 'y: RACAY: ! L of the Week . . . a her father's Glathan Public School. Both Major and Mrs. Commer- are natives of Nova Scotia. Major Commerford at a taw graduate af jDalhousie University, now with the Judge Advocate General's Branch of the Canadian I -.: 3.,; . '" ' ' ' "' ,. " ' .tfwmial Wss by Damlntasi WM) Sewe Family Low-Calorie rV Peach Dessert Now mat peaches are la season, serve tbe family this easy peach and cottage cheese dessert. Mskmg It with quid sweetener instead of sugar cuts the calorie from 201 to 107, per serving. .Th recipe yields eight servings. PEACH COEUR A LA CREME . 1 sevslspse eaflavered geh Ha .; , . , H eap ceM water . - I kV. cettaga cheese . ) enps skint milk .-' 1 tahUspssae Bqaltf sweet- I th. fresh, ripe peaches , Soften gelatine In cold water; dissolve over boiling water., Force cottage cheese through food mill until smooth Add milk and sweetener blending until smooth. Add dissolved gelatin. Put peaches through food mill to make a puree; add to cheese mixture. Pour Into a lH-quart heart-shaped mould; chill until set. To serve, on-mould and garnish. If desired, , with additional sweetened sliced peaches. MILITARY SUMMER MONTREAL (CP) than l.KM Quebec high school students spent five week this summer in ' military training camps. They received instruction in many aspect of army life and were paid army wages. The course lead to tha rank of Junior non commissioned off- Shop Friday "'.,v.j 12.30 to 9 p.m. other 4m - n 9 a.m. to 6 p m. knee and Joan, 11, enters. ; ASSISTANT NAMED Alssdalr (AT) Grshsm, 35. of Anttgonish, NS. has been appointed a, special assistant to Labor Minister MacEachen at a salary of S1S.00O, the Com mon was informed Wednesday. r ee JslwswewS swwwje esewlQE 2 DAYS ONLY! FINAL CLEAROUT Special LADIES' shoes Voluts to 21.95 Widths AAAA't, AAA's, AA'S. A's. B's ' Dress Shots, Wglklnf Shots and Casuals ALL ONE PRICE For 2 Day Clearance OPEN FRIDAY UNTO, t PJ4. . ' . I. WTtTl 4 SOI W9IMMmUn . f' "i k Chin HM of ."The Sophisticate" . 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Remove con from ' water, cover with a napkin and serve at once. Roasted corn make a delicious treat with a barbecue meat Sprinkle husks with water and lay ears on grill or well-bumed-down coal. Roast eight to' 10 minute. , turning frequently. Husked corn may alto be routed In ' aluminum foil Sprinkle corn with water; brush with butter and seasonings. ' Wrap tightly In foil and roast 10 minutes. ' , Herb butters add a touch Tki hATE L9 of glamor to corn on the cob. Blend finely chopped fresh parsley and a little onion with butter. Snipped chives, celery salt, thyme or ground turmeric also make tasty additions to the- butter. CLIMATE VARIETY LHASA Tropical fruits grow in southern Tibet while in th country the climate I almost Arctic. SHOPPING IS A PLEASURI AT & . tr CMIwit rlM aar Dawatewa La . 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