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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, July 21, 197? THE IFTHBPIDSE HERALD IS Summerfun cleans up playgrounds Cleaning up playgrounds has been the major activity this week of the Community Sum- mer Program Fun Clubs, as they have been participating in a campaign of anti-pollulion. Besides this the children have mado "garbage pictures" from their findings. Some groups have had special guests and films on pollution, and have done various activities centred around llio pollution concept. The week wound up with the youngsters cleaning themselves up at a picnic and swim at Henderson Lake this morning. PICTURE BUTTE Picture Butle is named afler the Indian word a-natskumik- way, "the Ijeauliful hill." Recreation important to patients Heather Alhrllton considers her job as recreational direc- tor at the Lcthbridge Auxiliary Hospital an integral part of patient welfare. M any southern Alborians, and they Include the LAII pa- tienls, have Puritan work ethics, that is, one should be engaged in productive activity all the time. Not so, says Miss Albritton. Recreation is equally import- ant. "People have more airi more leisure time in today's she said. "As a matter of fact, people who do not know how to spend their leisure time have some adjustments to make." Miss Albritton said her ap- pointment last September is an indication of the recognition of tile importance of recreation for patienls at the LAH. Before that, there was no full-lime recreational worker at the LAH. A graduate in recreational TRAY PACK MEATS LTD. EFFECTIVE JULY 31st OPEN MOM. thru FR1. 7 A.M. TIU 4 P.M. SATURDAY CLOSED AT A.M. administration at the Eastern Washington State College, Miss Albritton said recreation for the pclienls Is made possible with the assistance of various volunteer groups. The most active volunteer group at the LAH is the women's auxiliary. The Simulated fire stopped successfully A simulated fire broke out on the fourth floor of the Leth- bridge Municipal H o s pital Thursday afternoon. It lasted about five minutes. City fire inspector Doug Komelz said he was pleased with the performance of the staff, especially with the nurse on temporary employment who saw the notice of the exercise and sounded the alarm "within 30 seconds." Simulated exercises are held at the LMH at least once every month. women's auxiliary has donated much equipment to the LAH recreational area, including a piano, a washing machine and a drier. There are two singing enter- tainment evenings each week, and various groups come in to provide other entertainment. "Wo have many volunteer groups providing entertain- Miss .Albritton said. "But we can always use more." In the summer, Opportunities for Youth groups also come in, she said. Recreational activities at the LAH include, singing even- ings, dancing, ping pong, shuffleboard, basketball, volley- ball, card games, checkers, table games, chess, barbecue, TV, reading, movies, and crafts. Birthdays are observed every month at a party for all pat- ients born in that month. There is a chapel service every week. Churches which participate include Buddhist, Anglican, Presbyterian, Baptist and United Church denomina- tions. The LAH has its own library but the city public library sends someone to the LAH once in two or three weeks. The lounge, which is used for dancing, singing and other types of entertainment, is equipped with a public address system, and so is the chapel "so patients who have to stay in their rooms can hear what's going on." Dachshund missing A Lcthbridge family has been missing a seven-year-old Dach- shund for three weeks. The miniature Dachshund Is reddish brown in color, but has no particular markings. The dog, which is good with children and is a family pet, was lost in Indian Battle Park. The family has contacted the city pound, and had several ads in The Herald, but still has not located the dog. Anyone knowing the where- abouts of the Dachshund can contact the family at 323-3542. VULCAN The town of Vulcan gets its name from the Romans. In Roman mythology, Vulcan was the god of fire. HOLIDAY SALE 2120 A 1972 MARQUIS 4-DR. KDTP Dark green, green inferior. 400- V8, auto., power sleering, power brakes, factory air., W5W tires. S5390 2431A 1972 OLDSMOBILE DELTA 68 ROYALE 455 V-8, automolic, power (leering, power brakes, radio, 247SA 1966 METEOR MONTCALM '4690 2-DOOR HARDTOP White wilh black vinyl, V-8, aulo, power steering, power brakes, radio. '1350 GP183 1971 DATSUN 2-DR. IMITATION HARDTOP 4 speed, Radio, Dark green, green Inferior. GP196 1970 BUICK WILDCAT 4-DR. HARDTOP Gold with while vinyl top, air conditioning, V-8, automatic, power steering, power brakes, power windows and seat, speed qonliol and tilt wheel 2351A 1969 FARGO 6 cyl., 4 speed, radio......... '4150 '1450 2442A 1967 SPORT FURY 7-DR. HARDTOP Ginger-black vinyl top, wsw 1iri V-8 auto trans., power steering, power brakes, radio.................. 2278C 1967 MONACO 2-DR HARDTOP bucket '1695 2353A 1968 CMC I1 n- V-8, 3 speed, cuslom cob, radio, ginger color....... '2250 Red with black vinyl top, V-8, aulo., power steer- ing, power brakes, radio, buckel seats, consul, chrome wheel '1795 CP190A 1967 OLDSMOBILE 98 Twilight turquoise black vinyl lop, V-8, aula trans., power steering, power brakes, lill and telescoping wheel, power seat and windows. automatic air conditioning. '2150 S4J8A 1969 CMC %-TON LWB, V-8, aulomatic, power steering, power brakes, radio, side chrome.......... '2895 5298A 1971 METEOR RIDEAU 500 2-DR. HARDTOP Dark blue wilh white vinyl top, 400 V-8, auto., power steering, power brakes, radio.......... '3895 1421C 1966 CHRYSLER 300 CONVERTIBLE Red wilh while vinyl interior, V-8, auto Iransmission, power sleer- ing, power brakes, radio...... CP194 1972 CORTINA GT 2000 cc, 4 speed. '2475 GPT90A 1967 OLDS DELTA 4-DR. SEDAN Marcon with gold interior. V-8 ,aulo, power steering, power brakes, radio. 2413B 1967 CHEV. BISCAYNE WAGON 327 V-8, auto., power brakes, radio. 2261B 1969 BUICK SKYLARK 4-DR. Gold exterior, matching gold clolh interior, 350 V-8, outo trans., radio.......... 213BB 1970 FORD COUNTRY SEDAN WAGON '1385 Red wilh red vinyl Inlerior. 351 V-8, auto Irons., radio.................. 2850 COLLEGE MEN Pete Slobodian Jim Starrier Bob Venables Dennis Helmers Phone 327-5763 50 GALS. OF GAS WITH EVERY USED CAR OR TRUCK UNTIL JULY 31, 1972 1718 3rd Avenue South, Lethbridge COLLEGE MEN George Vandentop Uliegenthart Nick Rosenfelt Peter Braun Phone 327-5763 Zellers See Our HOME SALE CIRCULAR For Big Furniture and Appliance Savings All This Week. ROLLAWAY COT with MATTRESS 27" wids 72" long BABY LOUNGE 4" polyurelheriB foam mattress Reg. 36.V5 With safety bell. Slurdy plastic mold, Foam padded. COLEMAN STOVE 2 burner! Steel case Copper brazed fuel lank Reg. 17.96 ZELLER'S GUARANTEE Zeller's guarantee that all items in this adver- tisement are first qua- lity and represent genuine savings. PULLOVERS NYLON SHORTS JAMAICA OR SHORT SHORTS O Green, navy, brown, purple Zeller's County Fair Located in Zellar't Shopping Mayer Magralh Open Daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thurt. and Frl. 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. ;