Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 52

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 56

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives

googlemap

Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE fl The ivoMs largest attic at Toronto TOIiONTO (CPl Some of the Hems on display at the Royal Ontario Museum Eire workl-fanioiis. But it IKW pleniy of treasures hidden away -and to some of tiie staff they should stay that way. Tl-c museum itself, famous for it-s Oriental items, stands in mid-town Toronto among buildings of the University of Toronto. Some distance away, in a nondescript industrial plaza, it has square feet of warehouse for tilings it hasn't room to show. Looking through the un- marked warehouse is like r u m m a g i n g through Use world's largest attie. It con- tains pieces ranging from tlw iron grill-work of. a European castle to crates of prehistoric mice teelh. "For 20 jxors the question of space has been vital; now it's said museum director Peter Swann. The museum directorate stresses that most of the The Sewing Basket BROCADES 20% REMNANTS PRICE KITS FOR MAKING DOLL CLOTHES SEW KNIT and STRETCH PATTERNS end FABRICS ENROL NOW FOR SPRING SEWING CLASSES The Sewing Basket COLLEGE MALL PHONE 328-8414 stored items are fine pieces For which there is simply display space. There was also some excess material de- scribed as the "mistakes" ot previous curators or collec- tor's items that turned out to be fads. Sometimes these can be sold anonymously or per- haps traded off to oilier insti- tutions. THORNY PROBLEM One thorny problem is the bequest of pieces from private donors who cherished the arti- cles more than the receiver. Although the museum's standard gift form stipulates the ROM can "dispose" of gifts it cannot use, officials say some donors can get so sticky after signing an item over thai Hire museum will never dispose of a piece with- out the giver's consent. "Dispose1' usually means sell, with the proceeds going to buy another piece which is displayed in the donor's name. llorry Hickel-Hzobo, curator of the European department, said many donors of unusable goods arc like the grand- mother who gave tire kids a train three years ago. It may have been tossed in a closet but grandmother still asks on her visits if they are still playing with "that lovely train." Thus the museum is sonic- times forced to acquire things it does not cannot dispose get live things it does want. LEFT IN HUFF Mr. Hickel-Szabo recalled the woman who came to sell a large number of pieces from her estate. She wanted for the lot. The curator of- fered that sum just for the few pieces that interested him. The woman refused and left in a huff. Later she returned and offered the pieces he wanted for he would agree to take other pieces as well. Now Your Recipe for Good Viewing CFCN-TV CHANNEL 13 a recipe you'll enjoy during the festive season OLD FASHIONED FRUIT CAKE 1 cup salad oil cup sugar 4 eggs cup molasses 2 cupl sifted enriched flour 1 Up. double-action baking powder 2 tsp. salt 2 tsp. cinnamon 1 Isp. nutmeg 1 cup fruit juice 1 cup sifted flour IS-oi. seedless raisins 2 cups cut-up dates 1-lb. mixed candied fruit 1 cup broken nuts Mix oil. sugar, eggs and molasses; beat for I minutes at medium speed on mixed or 3OO vigTous strok., by hand. Sift enriched flour with baking powder, salt and stir into oil mixture alternately with fruit combine remaining ingredients; coyer with hatter, mix- ing thoroughly. Pour into two x 4V, x inch loaf pans, greased and lined with brown paper. Place pans of water in oven with cakes. Bake at 175 dearees for to 3 hours, let cakes stand for 15 minutes before removing from pans. Cool on racks wilhout removing paper. Store in cool, dry place, Courtesy of Good Looking Good Listening CFCN CHANNEL 13 COLLEGE MALL "The ROM, which has done "T here are stone ;omc of the major archeologi- bronze age things the public has never seen." Mr. Swann expressed somo cal work of our times, can't show its in said Mr. Swarm. hope. J L GROCERY COLLEGE MALL Your Neighborhood Grocery Store Open every day 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. including holidays and Sundays if GROCERIES PRODUCE COLD MEATS DAIRY PRODUCTS BOOKS CANDIES ETC. Christmas is Just Around the Corner PANTSUSTS NAME BRANDS Dressy Fortrel and Crepe. Most suitable for evening wear. Blue, pink, block, while. 8 lo 18. Values to 49.98 PANTS of all kinds in flannel, cords, den- ims. Flared legs. Some propor- tioned sizes. Grey, black, brown, green, navy. 5 1o 15. SWEATERS Novelty ityles in w o o I or orlon. Ribbed, plain ond fancy knils. Wide colour selection. S.M.L. THE LONG LOOK In hot pants, dresses, pontsutts. The peasant look, gypsy prints, cotton and silks in gay colours. Sizes S to 15. Q.98 TIVANI Fall Clearance Wool knit, 8 to 13 Price Jjetty shop rid. FASHION ACCOUNT CARD YOUR PASSPORT TO A DELIGHTFUL WORLD OF FASH'ON bettyshop College Mall Phone 328-2809 Centre Village Mall Phone 328-5025 ;