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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE September Music, slides and newsreels Photo history display By DONALD SANDERS WASHINGTON (AP) -The history of photography from the first known camera photograph made by Joseph Nicephore Niepce of France in 1826 to current news pic- tures is portrayed in a new ex- hibition formally opened last week by the Smithsonian In- stitution. Music, slide shows and newsreels. along with primitive cameras and reconstructions of early studios enliven the display at the Smithsonian's Museum of History and Technology. Visitors will learn about photographic processes of the midl9th century familiar only to students of the science. City of Lethbridge NOTICE Property Owner Petitions for 1974 Local Improve- ments will be accepted by the Office of the City Clerk until October 22nd, 1973 for the following Construction Projects: 1. New Sidewalks, Curbs and Gutters 2. Renewal Sidewalks, Curbs and Gutters 3. Street Paving 4. Lane Paving mid-19th century familiar only to students of the science. There is a full-size recon- struction of the laboratory of William Henry Fox talbot, a 19th-century pioneer, display- ing his glassware camera, paper negative holder, printing frame and furniture. There is a mockup of the field equipment used by the first journalist, Roger Fenton, who photographed the Cri- mean War in 1855, plus copies of the pictures he took. Early historic cameras in- clude the first patented in the United States. Southern Alberta Amateur Radio Club PRIZE WINNERS of September 1st First Prize TV Babs Erickson, Lethbridge Second Prize Portable Radio Dale, Munro, Lethbridge Third Prize Pocket Radio Monica Fast, Coaldale Poolside vows for teen couple MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) Their courtship began at pool- side four years ago, and today Vicki O'Dell and Roger Miller plan to plunge into marriage. "A lot of people are taking it as a said Miss O'Dell, 18, of the swimming pool ceremony. "But I want you to know, this is a religious ceremony. I love Roger, so it doesn't matter where we get married." Miller, 19, and his bride said they met and fell in love in the summer of 1969 when both their families lived at the same apartment building and the two swam in the buildin's pool. Miss O'Dell said: "It was Roger's idea. He talked about it when he asked me to marry him." The wedding will be per- formed by Joe Cooper, a jus- tice of the peace. "It's going to be really wild, man." Cooper said. He plans POST FOR CANADIAN CANBERRA (Reuter) The Australian government has appointed Canadian Charles Halton as head of a newly-merged department of transport and civil aviation. to wade into the shallow end of the pool, barefoot and with rolled-up pants. The bridegroom will wear what he called "tuxedo" they have stripes down the side." Miss O'Dell said she chose a purpose two-piece swimming suit with a lace wedding jacket over it and will carry a daisy bouquet. MEALS ON WHEELS AT NOMINAL COST For Further Information Phone 327-7990 WHAT'S NEW IN REAL ESTATE Taking the plunge Vicki Lynn O'Dell, 18, gets an assist from her fiance, Roger Allen Miller, 19, during a dress rehearsal for their wedding in a swimming pool at the apartment complex where they met. "I love Roger, so it doesn't matter where we get Miss O'Deli said. Train to carry U.S. history VOLUME 99 1973 BERNARDSVILLE, N.J. (AP) Ross Rowland fires up like a steam locomotive when talking about his plan to celebrate the 200th birthday of the United States. His plan, is to bring the country's history to its people on a 25-car museum train. Rowland, 33, has taken a three-year leave of absence from his six-figure job as an official of a Wall Street com- modities concern to head the non-profit American Freedom Train Foundation. "We'll take the bicentennial to the American he savs. HARDLITE LENSES For everyone who wears glasses Available in ALL prescriptions. These Hardlite lenses are: Shatterproof and backed by a warranty against eye injury. Half the weight of ordinary glasses. Available in a variety of styles, shapes, and tints. Protective lenses are law in some countries advisable everywhere. OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION CO ST. S. LETHBRIDGE Phone 327-3609 HL107 I A weekly catalog of Residential, Land and Business investment Properties THIS The Block Bros. Catalogue Servicing Alberta and B. C. "Don't make a move without it" Available at all Block Bros. Service Centres MACLEOD 94th Ave. send additional informa- CALGARY on your: Main 76th 355 4th Ave. S.W. TRADE PLAN JCwtf WOO 1 NORTHWEST 4825 Valiant Shopping MALL 13028 97th Street CATALOGUE SERVICES Mail this coupon to: nearest SOUTHWEST No. 203, 2212 4th 240 -3rd Avenue S. Street BROS. 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