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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 26 THE UTHBRIDCE Tuesday, May 13, 1971 Otldilicx in llic News I'dlMlMIAtiKN iKrilUT' A nian fai'in.u ;II'MHI .mil fr.un! uvilkcd mit n! Ihi'.sHTniilJi a JYJIMSI' urilcr (lisliiiLUiiMu'd liy tMTOrs ami more nun -i> spfll- im; nitel.'tfci'.-. Hi- urcii- it llaii-SL-n. clui'Mi'il unli las. iiiMirrmu1 I i" a u Lrnns- (o :i provincial jail he a.-roii his puiice escort to give the leu IT lo the governor. he was told he free. Han5en didn't hurry out. He SAYNKK. Wis. A class of '.M collide suuk'nls anil I'nree inslrueturs are fish- ing fur c'redils, and fish, he- today in waters near. [his Vilas County community. The collefic-crcdiL fishing comx? was offered lo students at t ullciit1 of Dul'ape, n junior rolk'SU1 at. ille, 111. Sluilonls are afier panfish and muskie, hul loeal anfilers don't give them much chance of ohUiin- in.c As, or fi.sli, in foui'.se. Fishing is described as spotty at hcM AVORK TAKES TOLL GENEVA (Renter) Work-: ing at jobs makes a per-' son more accident-prone, less resiskinl lo coughs and colds and liable lo fatigue leading to insomnia, says an International Lahor Orpiinizaiion repoi'l is- .iiied here. Family harmony may also suffer, it added SOUTHERN ALBERTA COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION are seeking o FULL TiME MANAGER MALE OR FEMALE Dulic-i will he dcy-to-d'ay odm inisfrafion, publfc relations and related dutifii. Send full resume of past experienca and snlary expected to P.O. BOX 714, LETHBRIDGE Art bank established Uy K1UC UOH'NTON Ilrralrt Ottawa Uiirrnn OTTAWA Stale Secretary Gerard Pellelier today an- nmmccd plans lo estahlisli a live million dollar Canadian Art Bank. The project will be organized and administered by Ihe Canada Council, Pcllclier said. "It will consist nf a large collection o[ contemporary Ca- nadian art frcsi which govern- ment departments and agencies may select and rent material for display in public offices and said. The budget for the Art Bank lias been set at five million dol- lars for administration and the purchase of items for the collec- tion over the next five years. The Canada Council will se- lect works bought for (he collec- tion and administer the Joan op- eralion. It is hoped that rental charges will recover operating costs. The Canada Council had pro- posed the Art Bank as a pro- nram uf tbe Secretary of State's Department with several objec- tives in view, Pellelier said. "It will bring a large part of CANADA IN SPACE A Cancidian communications satellite, to be orbiled in 1975, will carry inslrumsnls from Ihe European Space Researh Organization in line with an agreement signed in Paris. The satdlile (ai list's conceplion above) will be launched by liie United Sralss National Aeronautics o net Administration. New polio found PORT OF SPAIN (AP) The Trinidad health ministry an- n o n n c e d precautionary mea- sures Thursday in the wake of the discovery of four new polio cases since the end of the epi- demic early in March. the Canadian public in direct contact with Canadian he commented. "Die purchase of paintings and sonlplure for the collection will supplement the income of avlisls." IM10VIUE STIMULUS I The Canada Council would look at Ihe Art Bank to provide a stimulus lo commercial art galleries, which made a signifi- cant contribution to Canadian art, Pcllclier said. "The Council hopes Dial the i Art Bank will triggi'r more pri- vate collecting, and will serve as an example lo business and in- dustry." Pellelier said he expected the project lo lie under way early in the fall with paintings and sculpture becoming available next spring for by gov- ernment offices. As had been the practice in the past, the Canada Council would rely substantially on the advice of individuals across Canada in selecting the mate- rial to be included in the collec- tion. Pellelier said the introduction of the Art Bank would not affect other federal programs tliat provided for the use of art In public buildings. Jn the main these programs deal wilh commissioning works for specific situations in new biiiklings. XEROX COPSES Newspaper Clippings General Typed, Primed or Wrillen Forms GENEOLOGY SHEETS PARAMOUNT PRINTERS 1207 3rd Avenue South LETHBRIDGE, AlBERTA Phono 327-3287 WANTED LIMITED NUMBER OF HOMES THAT NEED CONSTANT PAINTING! Home owners in ihis general area will be given Ihe op- portunily of havjng Ihe new vinyl siding made from B. F, Goodridge Goon applied to I heir homes wilh special de- corative work ol a low eosf. This new amazing product has caplured (he interest of home owners (hroughout Canada who are fed up wilh constant pointing ond olhcr maintenance costs, ll carries o wrilten guoranlee and pro- vfdes ins u la I ion, winler and summer, as well as fire pro- tection. Our new product can be used over every lype of house, including frame stuo co, concrete block, .etc. IT has nol been obtainable in area prior lo this intro- ductory anouncemenl. Your home can be a ihowpfoce in your viciniry and we will mako ii worth your whilo If we can use your home. GUARANTEE for appointment pleaie write (including your namo, ad. dress and phone number) Panllier Bldg. Supplies Ltd., Box 44, Lerhbridge Herald. SIMPSONS-SEARS The Sporting Life for Sea or Shore Summer Dressings Tanks are lops with coordinates I over a shir! for layered looks. CcCon knit in a variely of plain colors or slripes. S, M or L. .pull-ons in Jamaica or shorl style. Ribbed polyester kni lake b'jHoned My. While, navy op lilac. Sizes 10 to 16. 2" i he Wave Makers Sv. E special purchase enables us in you ihese slock liltlo dippers ai a low price'. Choose a I or 2-piece suit i-i printed rioublo-knil nylon or a lilile 2-pc. suil of sirelch nylon :n or nol'J. Nol shown: Blouson rjlylo o; prinled nylon jersey-solid blrelch nylon Sizes 10 lo 16. Squall Weather Rain or shine jacket' of wind 'n' waler resistant nylon. While 'racing' slripes', bulloned pocket end concealed hood. Skipper navy, red or cold. I_( COSTS X) MOKK AT SlMI'SOiNS-SKAUS STORF. HOURS: Opon Doily 9 ci m. lo V.10 p.m., y c.ntl Fritloy 9 n.m. lo 9 p.m. Cnntrc Village. Tclopliono 328-9231 ;