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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 14, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Third Section The Lethbridge Herald Lettibridge, Alberta, Wednesday, March 14, 1973 ON DISPLAY AT V OF C Roloff Beny Yousuf Karsh Great Spring Event Is Here! The gay, carefree way of life- Jordans' happy new Shag-Look for People with Young Ideas _ "I Saturday INight Vibrant, multi-color nylon Broad- loom now specially priced for this Great Spring Eventl Made exclusively for Jor-j dans by Bigelow We Have Carpets for Everyone! Jordans Ule Jordan! Convenient lodge) Ffoni-No Down Payment DOWNTOWN At 315 6th Street 5. Ouf of town residents may phone 327-1103 colled for service right in their own home] Beny photos find home in Calgary Visual Odys- a collection of 158 photo- graphs by the internationally- acclaimed photographer Rolof Beny, will soon have a perma- nent homo at The University of Calgary. Mr. Beny, a Southern Alber- ta native, was in Calgary for the present ation cerem o n y March 3. The official presenta- tion was made by his friend, Yousuf Karsh, the equally famed photographer from Ot- tawa. It marked the opening of Festival 73, the university's month long festival of fine arts. "A visual Odyssey" is a gift to The University of Cal- gary from the Harold Siebens family of Calgary. Commenting on their gift, Dr. Richard Johnston, dean of the U of C faculty of Fine arts, said: "Every university needs to serve the commnity, of which it is a part, with the fin- est e x a m p 1 e s of art in the world. Thanks to the vision and generosity of the Siebens fam- ily, we are in a position to share with everyone this col- lection of masterwork w h i c h Roloff Beny has discovered and created in many parts of the warld." Selections from the collec- tion are on view in the Uni- versity theatre foyer and mez- zanine. Mr. Beny has gained inter- national as photograph- er, artist and author. Since 1947 he has travelled and studied principally in Europe and Asia, and now maintains permanent studios in Canada and Rome. "A Visual a retro- spective collection of his work, documents his travels in 27 countries. It was first exhibit- ed at UID Gallery of Modern Art in New York City in 1968, an exhibit opened by the Gov- ernor General Roland Mich- ener. Tile collections 158 photo- graplis are divided into 12 sub- ject areas: Architecture of Faces (Men of the Renais- The World of Islam, World Architeccre, Patterns and Form, b'our Major Reli- gions, The Ballet, Japan, Chil- dren of the World, Theme Pic- tures, Anonymous Portraits, Canada, and Famous People. Some of the photographs have appeared previously in Beny's award wining books, which incorporate his own over- all concept and design wen as his famous photographs. Tha photographs of Canada are from "To Every Thing There is a which was select- ed as the official gift of the Canadian government to visit- ing heads of state during the centennial year. Mr. Beny has put his photo- graphic art to the supreme test in "A Visual Odysey' with blow ups of heroic size in many instances. His artists eye and his atention to detail are dramatically attested in the fact that his sometimes huge reproductions aclualy enhance the magnificence he has cap- tured with his cameras. During Festival '73, March 9 to April 8, portions of the Beny collection are to be exhibited in the University theatre foyer and mezzanine, and in the Uni- versity library link. Viewing hours are: a.m. to p.m., Monday through Thurs- day; a.m. to 6 p.m. Fri- day; and a.m. to p.m. Saturday. Photographs from the collec- tion will also be mounted in the University dining centre, the li- brary music room and the engi- neering building. The Canadian Family Store Thursv Fri., Saf. March 15, 16, 17 Af All Our Stores While Quantities Last 318-6fh Street S., Lethbridge Phone 328-6566 WEEKEND SPECIALS INFANTS' STRETCH SLEEPERS Canadian made of goad quality machine washable stretch terry. Dome fasteners Assorted colors. Size 0 to 3. Reg. 2.98 HALF PRICE 1 .49 KIDDIES' and GIRLS' FLARE PANTS A greof collection of styles and fabr'cs including brushed denim, uncut cords, blue denim. 4 to 6x. Reg. 2.29 B to 3.99 .77 7 to 14. Reg. 3.98 lo 5.99 0 .99 GIRLS' SQUALL JACKETS Bright Spring shades in nylon with flannel lining. With hood. 4 to 6x. Reg. 2.98 7 to 14. Reg. 3.98 0.29 5.99 STOCK-UP PRICE! BOYS7 CASUAL PANTS BY G.W.G. Popular jean styling. Sturdy denim buck suede, flare legs, zip ffy. Tan, brown, blue, green. Sizes 8 to 16. OUR SPECIAL OFFER GIRLS7 PLAID BAGGY PANTS Styled with cuffs and latest belt loops. Acrylics and cottons in group. Selection of fresh new ploids Sizes 7 lo 14. Reg. 5.98 to 7.98 SPRING SPECIAL 4 GIRLS' NYLON T-SHIRTS Short sleeves, rib' bed frilf Irim Var- fety of p r e 11 y Spring 4fo6x, Reg. 1.79 7 to 14. Reg. 1.98 USE YOUR CHARGEX OPEN TILL 9 P.M. THURS. AND ;