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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE LE1HBRIDGE HERALD Monduy, ScplemLur 13, 1971 The past Contract awarded A Alberta highway de- partment contract has been awarded to Tol'estrup Con- struction Co. Ltd. of Lethbridge for crushing and stockpiling gravel for Highway 61 from the junction of Highway 4 to west of Wrentham Ask About The NEW INVISIBLE MULTIFOCAL LENS (MULTILUX) PTICAL PRESCRIPTION _CO Photos by Waller Kerber Youth golf course under way Another big step toward a golf course for young people on the northeastern outskirts of Lethbndge was taken Thurs- day when earthmoving equip- ment was brought in to begin landscaping. Lou Wylie, the first donor to- ward the community project, was on hand for the occasion. Both Mr. Wylie and his wife Marie have long been avid sup- porters of youih activities in the A reservoir to help supply waler to the course has al- ready been dug and there are plans to seed grass this month. A clubhouse ia slill in the planning stage and construc- tion may start next spring. It is hoped that a limited amount of golf can be played on the course next summer. The project is going ahead on a volunteer basis, with funds, material and labor being supplied by various sectors of the Lethbridge community. The present management and development board for the project is made up of Reg Turner, C. W. Chichester, John Fildes and Gerry Litchfield. Designed for persons be- tween 15 and 25, the course is to be run by the young people themselves. GIVE YOURj COMPLEXION A BOOST With Our Get-Acquainted Bonus of 2 Tubes of Miracol Booster For a limited time, you will receive two full-size tubes Miracol Booster when you purchase our Three Steps to Beauty All Purpose Cold Cream, Miracol, Powder priced at SI.T.SJ With our compliments-to let you try before you Duy our new, effective additive that Intensifies Miracol's action...to help you attain faster beautifying results from your three basic complexion care products. MERLE NORMAN COSMETIC BOUTIQUE COLLEGE MALL 328-1525 Gifls Wigs Perlnmrx r. u. column of the "cummins and goins on" of youth clubs, organizations, meetings, arts and crafts will be published in The Herald every Monday. Submissions to the column should be made by mail, sent no later than Thursday noon of the week preceding the date of the event to assure publication. By HERD JOHNSON Staff Wrilrr Call it picturesque or call it pollution. Whatever the la- bel, leftovers from a fast- changing society abound along the highways and side- roads in southern Alberta. A recent cross Canada tour by a student group un- der the federal Opportun- ities for Youth program col- lected and counted junk along highways from Atlantic to Pa- cific and discovered Leth- bridge area roads to be among the dirtiest in the country. The students confined their study to litter on the roads and in the ditches. But ex- tending the view to include anything visible from the highway reveals many ob- jects many too difficult to move easily that are just sitting there in various states of disrepair. All the pictures on this page were taken from the highway between Lethbridge and Med- icine Hat. They represent only a por- tion of -the pictures taken one afternoon on a quick trip be- tween the two cities. There was no lack of suitable ma- terial and the Herald photo- grapher passed over many possible pictures because he knew he could find another within the next mile or two. TUESDAY: 6 p.m.. the CGIT of McKillop United Church will open its fall term with a pel-luck supper, in the church gymnasium. Girls should bring their own dishes nnd cutlery, and one item of food to serve sbr. Casual dress. New members, girls in Grades 7 to 12, are wel- come. WE ONES DAY: p.m. Navy League Cadets Corps No 50 will parade, training sylla- bus as laid down for the eve- ning. New members, boys 11 to I 13 years of age welcome. The i ship is at 10th Ave. and 17lh i SL S' p.m., Air Cadets No. 11 1 Squadron will hold its I first parade of tho year, in I he 20lh Independent Bnllovy RCA Armory, Kenyon Field. Free transportation leaves 5th Ave. and 13lh St. at 7 n.m., con- tinuing sou'.h via 13th St. and IGlh Ave. S. New members, age 13 and older are welcome Loans approved Loans for construction of 16 housing units in Lethbridge were approved Friday by the Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation. Under the government's as- sLsled home ownership pro- gram, monthly payments on the loans are restricted to about 25 per cent of the buyer's income. The loans to Lethbridge are part of approved for the Prairie provinces. How's I Your Hearing? Chicago, free offer of special interest to those who hear but do not understand words has been announced by Beltone. A non-operating model of the smallest Beltone aid ever made will be given absolutely free to anyone answering this advertisement. Try it to see how it is worn in the privacy of your own home without cost or obligation j of any kind. It's yours to keep, free. It weighs less than a third of an ounce, and it's all at ear level, in one unit. No wires lead from-body to head. These models are free, so we suggest you write for yours now. Again, we repeat, there is no cost, and certainly no obliga- tion. Write to Dept. tone Electronics Corp., 4201 W. Victoria, Chicago, 111. b'06dG. FAVOR EXTENSION A survey showed 60 per cent of British parents pollrd favored a government plan to extend compulsory school attendance by a year to age 16 beginning with the 1972-73 school year. THE LETHBRIDGE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA SEASON REHEARSALS: St. Mary's School, 15th Avenue and 19th Street South, commencing September 13, 1971. VACANCIES EXIST FOR: All String Players, Principal Oboe, Second Oboe, French Horns, Bau Trombone, Tubo, Reasonably experienced performer! upon theie instrument! are invited to contact: LUCIEN NEEDHAM, Conductor (327-2171, exl. (Other vacancies may occur before thfl commencement of the season, and thus, interested performers upon instru- ed abo sited I their desire to participate in a similar fashion.) NOMINATION NOTICE 1971 CITY OF LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given thai I will ollend at the City Holl on WEDNESDAY, the 15th day of SEPTEMBER, 1971, from TEN o'clock in the forenoon until TWELVE o'clock noon for the purpose of receiving nominations of Candidates for the office of MAYOR of tho City of Lelhbridge AND FOR ALDERMAN of the City of Lethbridge (Eight Va- cancies) AND FOR SCHOOL TRUSTEES of Lelhbridge Public School Dislricl No 51 of the Province of Alberla (Seven Vacancies) AND FOR SCHOOL TRUSTEES of Lelhbridge Catholic Separ- ate School District No. 9 of the Province of Alberla (Five Vacancies) AND FOR MEMBERS OF THE BOARD of Lethbridge Municipal Hospital District No. o5 (Four Vacancies) AND FOR MEMBERS OF THE BOARD of Lelhbridge Auxiliary Hospital and Nursing Home Dislrict No. 5 (Two Vacancies) Given under my hand at Lethbridge this Bth day of September 1971. JOHN GERLA, Returning Officer NOMINATION FORMS CAN E.E SECURED AT THE OFFICE OF, THE CITY CLERK IN THE CITY HALL MUSIC LESSONS PHONE 327-7524 ACCORDION GUITAR ORGAN 9 PIANO DRUMS PRUEGGERS ACCORDION COLLEGE LTD. WE SUPPLY THE INSTRUMENTS FOR HOME PRACTISE DURING OUR "BEGINNERS TRIAL COURSES" PRUEGGERS ACCORDION COLLEGE LTD. ;