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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 5, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta WednBiday, July V 1972 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 21 BIRDWITTED? These ihree gulls at Henderson Lake have fheir wits abouf fhem, and don'f iniend to be laken in by fhe old sall-on-the-lail rouline, so Ran-dy and Murray Penner concentrale on working out a more sophisticated melhod of gulling their fine fealhered friends info getting caught. Bill Groenen, pholo Elderly patients like pub therapy OTTAWA (CP1 The social i in an article in the Canadian I The pub was a lele- atmospliere of the old English Nurse magazine. j vision lounge one hour public bouse helps elderly pa-' "If there is a set time of day j each afternoon. During thi: lients get better, says Dr. Mary MacDonald. head of (he geria- tric unit at the Nova Scotia Psy- chiatric Hospital, Dartmouth. for a .small group to go Lo the pub for drinks anj Ulli, there is then more interest in living." lime, each patient was allowed one pint of beer or two ounces of wine. She tried this type of therapy i SUCCESSFVL "Elderly people in institutions for elderly men and women on treat- withdrawn and spend much of phasis on their time just sitting." she says than on dri: proved successful lend to become lethargic and her unit last year with the cm- j nlenl> Dr- MacDonald said. socialization rather "Old jokes, old songs and so- cial graces are remembered. People revive inlerest in past events and became involved in the present. A group spirit emerges." She described some of the in- dividual successes. One man SIMPSONS-SEARS SEWING MACHINE RENTAL Lofi of mending to do? A wedding soon? A yen lo be creative? Rent and Sew with a gorgeoui KENMORE ZIG ZAG from Simpsons-Sean. Telephone 338-9231 Or Drop In At Simpsons-Sears, Centre Village Mall For Complete Details 'at You expect me to wear thai gown I OFFICE FURNITURE POST OFFICE BOX 938 LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Lowtr L.vel 7th Streel Shopping Mall 316 7th Si. South (403} 328-7411 Preiidonl STAN WORBOYS who had resented his hospital stay stopped demanding his re- lease. A women who had to be force fed made her first vol- i untary feeding at the j glass of wine. Anotlier woman, who had had a stroke and refused to do any- thing lo help herself, also made her first atlempUs lo try to drink alone at the pub. Dr. MacDonald reported that j staff liked the program. They said patients gathered sponla- i neously al pub hour and during this time topics of conversation came up which were continued during the rest of the day. And during the summer months, when staff reductions threatened Lo lose the pub, the staff was unanimous in saving the pub should continue, al- though it meant more work on their parl. WOMEN UKED IT Dr MacDoisald said more women than men patients had been interested in the pub. they were more suitable candidates for therapy" and women benefited more than had been expected. "After a year of pub sociolh- erapy. it has been found that the inlerest of patients, families and staff has grown to exceed al] she said. "Controlled pub socintberapy Is i-ecommended. with no reser- vations, for all institutions for the aged." WeeWhimsv Lighting enhances decor CONTINUES AT JOE GREEN'S SHOES GROUP OF MEN'S SHOES Sliorl a -d Linai PANn MACFABtAME. VnYcs lo 39 00 EXPANSION PRICE, PAIR........ RACK OF ODDS 'N ENDS SHORT AND DISCONTINUED LINES OF WOMEN'S SHOES Reg. to 19.00 EXPANSION PRICE, PAIR WOMEN'S PUMPS AND DRESS SANDALS MUST BE CLEARED .IV >JU 17.98 4-99 GOLD CROSS PAVAt IA VAUEE Reg. lo 29.0: Gxpaniion Pries, 9.99.J4.99 AMOTKER SE CCTION Reg. lo U-.OO Expons'OT Pries, Pair 8.99 ALL SUMMER SANDALS ALL PURSES CHHDREN'S SHOES BUSTER BROWN SAVAGE CLASSMATE Reg. lo 13.00 EXPANSION SALE PAIR OFF Women's Heel Hugger and Selby Shoes Mu-l C enr Tho-d Out R-rj. lo 38.00. i nn Fyonm on Trite, pr. 7.99 I MEN'S WOMEN'S CHILDREN'S 1 OFF NOW Q REG. SHORT AMD DISCONTINUED LINES TEENER'S SHOES NOW, PAIR 8.99 WOMEN'S DRESS SANDALS AMID PUMPS Wh'te-Bo'90-Blun P.eg. la 57.00 EXPANSION SALE PRICE, PAIR 17.99 GREEN'S SHOES ON SIXTH STREET DOWNTOWN Opnn All Dny Wednesday, Thunday rill 9 p.m. TORONTO (CF1 When you are decorating a room, with all the other things you have to think of. you should think of Ihe direction from which the light comes. Craig Carter says: "The selection of colors is probably one of the most difficult steps lo fake when refurnishing or sel- ling up a home. "Few people realize that lighting has tremendous effect on the end result. For example, in rooms with a northern expo- sure, warm or hot colors are much more suitable since there is less sunlight, creating e cool or blue light. Obversely. a southern exposure is better for cool or neutral tones in furnish- ings, since the sun's rays add their own glow to the decor." Mr. Carter is marketing man- ager of Troister and Co., a fur- niture manufacturing firm. He says (he mixing of colors is fl personal thing, but basic j 1 rules begin with using tone on I tone, cresting contrasts by blending strong colors with neu- trals. patterned upholstery, for example, with solid colors in floor coverings and drapes. firm i.s one involved in a new merchanrlifing approach introduced al Ihe Canadian Fur- niture Marl. They have pnt to- Rrlher f u 11 -o o 1 o r brochures room settings in var- styles mid containing of upholstery fabrics and organized so diey j can be mixed to give a prospec- tive buyer an idea of how a room would look completed, without marching her from de' porlinc.il lo department. The participating companies i ivill put. the brochures inlo de- j parlmonf and selected furni- I ture stores lhat earn' their j product-s. "Tlie grtatesl emphasis will i be on says Mr. Carter, i "since many consumers today are furnishing piece by piece, i rnlhcr Mian buying suites." More Family pages 22-23 I FJiJlMUUliiiH PINEAPPLE JUICE PIPKI FQ I I V Im mm k W r 3 fttliih Sliced and Sweel Mix 16 for FRUIT COCKTAIL SPONGE PUDDING SUGAR Coniadino 14 or. tin Monarch Cherry, Blueberry and Chocolate 9 oz. 10 Ib. bag 1 Bathroom Tissue Cashmere 0 rolls for Salmon 2 Ketchup is 2 Peas 10 oz 6 1.00 Tea Bags lihby'i 10 M. 6 for 1.00 Allen's Drinks 3 for 1.00 ieS Dare Auorted 7 Ib package I .00 FROZEN FOODS SUNKIST WHITE OR PINK Lemonade .00 We reserve the right to limit quantifies. YEATS PHONE 327-5295 PRIME RIB AND CROSS RIB ROAST 1.19 1 Cuf up far Bailing Only Ib. t Pork Chops ,ib..... 95 Short Ribs of Beef Baby Beef Liver 59', Ib. alue'VilLcige PRODUCE Phone 328-1751 FANCY LETTUCE i, Red, Remains Endive head Tomatoes vn.s, rhompjon SeBdles, Nectarines BAKERY Phone 327-2421 J FRESH STRAWBERRY TARTS CRUSTY BUNS 40' DOZEN BLUEBERRY PIES 59' EACH LOCATED AT 1HE CORNER OF 13lh STREET ond 6lh AVENUE S. ;