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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 15, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta lg THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Wodnesday, September 15, 1971 LAYCOCK EXHIBITION The Arl Sludio on Fifth Avenue, 710 ilh color and lithograph. The exhibition is noticeably influenced by Mr. Lay-Ave. S. currently has on display a collection of about 80 works by Brenl R. cock's long-time residence in southern Alberta; grain elevators, old farm Laycock. Heino Deeken, who runs the sludio calls it the finest exhibition buildings and other evidence of a familiarity with the district are to be by a local arlisl he's seen during his years in the city. The exhibition is found. This is Mr. second one-man show at the studio and notable for ils variety of techniques. Mr. Laycock, in his final year of a Mr. Deeken said response from the buying public has been good, fins arts program at Brigham Young University, has used a dozen different approaches, including acrylics, embossing silkscreen, ink drawing, water Ed Finlay of a loan to Lethbridge for (he secondary sewage treatment plant was issued Tuesday by Central Mortgage and Housing Corp. Loans totalling have been granted lo Western Canadian cities for sewage treatment projects. Calgary also received for construction of a concrete sewer duct. The loans go from CMHC to the province and from there arc distributed to the individual cities. Lethbridge was eligible for in loan financing for the plant from CMHC. We adjusted figure of because the province received only instead of the applied for. Cost of the project, being constructed north of the Highway Number 3 bridge at the river-botlom, was estimated at City Manager, Tom Nutting, said the announcement made Tuesday is not an indication of more money from CMHC, but is merely confirmation of the loan which was approved earlier in the summer. of L gar A truckload a day keeps lie garbage problem at bav. That is pretty much the current situation at the new University of Lethbridge west side campus. The situation will probably ease off once the move to new site is completed. Right now the university is filling one and sometimes heavy huge containers each day. Dispose All Services Ltd. simply loads the container onto a truck when it becomes full and takes it to the sanitary landfill. Once the crates and cardboard from the move are gone. Dispose All will probably go to smaller containers which will be dumped into a collection truck every few Proclamation Mayor Andy Anderson has is- 1 is to continue tc the end of Oc-sued a proclamation inviting all Lober. Lethbridge citizens to support This vear, (he United Appeal the 1971 United Appeal cam- has made a commitment of paign. to 16 community or-The drive began Monday and i ganizalions in the order City council Monday instructed the city manager to prepare a new transportation bylaw. The bylaw is to be drafted giving consideration to the over all plan for local highways, new transpo pressways and arterial roads to the year 2000. The city was re q 11 i r e d to adopt such a bylaw by a 1970 provincial law covering all municipalities in the province. The bylaw to come into force Jan. 1, 1371, but bylaw Andy Anderson requested and received an extension uml Dec. 31 of this year. Council discussed Ihe in a closed meeting but went into open session lo issue the instruction to the city More city news 011 Page 26 Appeal far CNIB needs support from city United Appeal By MARUAKET LUCKIIUItST Staff Writer For more than 60 people in LeLhbridge and district the Ca- nadian National Institute for the Blind, a United Appeal agency, has meant the differ- ence between the dull, lonely We of the completely depn- denl person, and Lhe interest- ing life led by an almost inde- pendent person. Loss of eyesight is a shatter- ing experience, and the first step in restoring sightless peo- ple to self-confidence and a maximum degree of indepen- dence is rehabilitation. Home teaching in braille, in the use of a white cane, in ad- justing non-visually to one's surroundings enables (he blind to depend on Ihcir other senses and compensates in part for their loss of sight. CNfB employment services locate and provide job oppor- tunities for employable blind persons, thus allowing them to attain, financial security and a sense of usefulness. The Institute itself employs hundreds of blind personnel across the country, wherever it is practical. Other services are also pro- vided by the CNIB to aid the blind in passing limp, or to in- crease their knowledge. A naticnal library provides books in braille as well as "talking books" those rec- orded on and these travel through the mail free of charge. The CNIB has been active in Lethuridge for 17 years. Almost all the work here is done by volunteers with counselling ser- vices provided by the CNIB's otfice in Calgary. Once a month the local CNIB committee and the Lioneltes provide a get-together for the blind in St. Augustine's Church, where games and bowling are enjoyed. An annual picnic and a Christmas party are also held. The Lethbridge United Ap- poal supports the CNIB each year. Your donation will assist in making life easier and more enjoyable for people, who, through accident or disease are unable lo see. Sewage plant loan confirmed men's WEflR Open Till p.m. Thursday and Friday Nights for Your Shopping Convenience! Fall is in Ihe air, ond with it we came to Ihe end of another seasorl at our Waterton Park Store. We have grouped all 1he re- maining Walerton stock with a fine selec- tion from our store here in Lethbridge, and offer it lo you at a saving you can't afford lo miss! Shop early for best selection! EXTRA SPECIAL VALUEI Reg. to On Sale At Values to S1JO.OO Price! Please allow extra time (or alterations! Open nil 9 p.m. Thursday and Friday NightsI All Sales Coin and Final No Refunds or Exchanges! All Alteration! Extra! STARTS THURSDAY, SEPT. 16th MEN'S AND LADIES' SWEATERS A fantastic selection of Pullovers and Cardigans to OFF LOOK AT THESE VALUES! DRESS SHIRTS SPORT SHIRTS (long or short sleevei) SWIM WEAR COTTON KNIT SHIRTS CASUAL JACKETS COTTON CASUAL SLACKS (no alterations) 1 GROUP Topcoats so Raincoats Regular or with zip-in, zip-out linings. Regular to PRICE! A Iruly fine se lee i ion of Miesc Sporl Coals wilh Co- Drdinaling Slacks- LEATHERand SUEDE COATS Regular to OFF! MEN'S SLACKS mens UJEflR DOWNTOWN ON FIFTH STREET SOUTH A top notch selection of Plains, Checks and Stripes Group I Group 2 II Reg. to I V On Sale At........ I V Reg. to On Sale Al ;