Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 13

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: 49

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) - October 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta National Gallery- wins its spurs OTTAWA CCP) Almost mi- raculously, the National Gallery of Canada has emerged over its 91 years to a respected place among its world counterparts. "It has never cost the tax- payer as much as five cents'per capita a says its direc- tor. Dr. Jean Sutherland Boggs, who has chronicled the gallery's history in a beautifully illus- trated book. The book notes that from 1880 to 1SW the gallery received a total of only from the government. Simply titled The National Gallery of Canada, the volume is being published Thursday by Oxford University Press. It is the gallery's first comprehensive history. Housed in a remodelled mod- ern office building, the gallery, however, still cannot present its collection effectively to the pub- lic. "The Canadian collection suf- fers the most serious depriva- tion, since it cannct be seen in any she says. MUST EXPAND COLLECTION The gallery also had to de- velop other ways of making the public aware of the collection, which must be cxnanded if the gallery is to continue as a na- New Sykes aide CALGARY (CP) Thomas N. Yarmon was named Wed- nesday as Mayor Rod Sykes' executive assistant. Mr. Yarmon, 24, who replaces Mike Horsey, was co-director of the federal government's Op- portunities for Youth parks pro- ject in Toronto. tional resource for exhibitions outside Otlawa. A former art professor and curator of the Art Gallery of Toronto, Miss Boggs took charge of the national gallery in 1966. "Most unusually among art museums of the world, the Na- tional Gallery of Canada can be proudly claimed as the gift of the country's she says. As well as works by Canadian artists, the gallery's collection includes old masters, modern abstracts, drawings and sculp- tures. It has two claims to distinc- tion among national art mu- seums of the world, Miss Bcggs says. It has always considered its responsibilities to be national and it has been particularly close to Canadian artists. CITES DIFFICULTIES Her book notes that the gal- lery's life has been fraught with difficulties, some caused by fluctuating finances. After its founding by the Mar- quis of Lome, then governor- general, the embryo languished in obscurity for 27 years, housed first in remo- delled builders' workshops on Parliament Hill and then in a small, dingy upslairs gallery. But in 1907 the purchase of the first work by an p'rl master. Gainsborough's 1768 Portrait of Ignatius Sacho for intro- duced a new period. That year an advisory arts council was started with regular financial contribulions. In Eric Brown was appointed the first full-time director and in 1913 the gallery was given its own act of Parliament. Wednesday, October 27, 1971 THE tETHBRIDGE HERAtD 13 HANDS OFF! That would seem to be the idea here. Or on the other hand could it be the biggest hand-out in the world? In any case, the base of this bit of Helsinki park art proved a handy place for two Finnish workmen who have lunch. Neatby scores campus life REGINA (CP) No univer- sity member should have un- controlled freedom to do or say what he chooses when he chooses, Dr. Hilda Neatby told the graduation class at Univer- sity of Saskatchewan, Regina campus. Dr. Neatby delivering the convocation address to 281 gra- duating students, said the "ab- surd and childish claims made in recent, years iu the name of academic freedom, show how far we have sometimes wander- ed from the road The author and historian who taught at the University for 44 years at both Saskatoon and Regina campuses, was present- ed with an honorary doctor of laws degree. Dr. Neatby said matters oth- er than pure learning have taken over university life and, in the pursuit of more money, university professors have come to look like prosperous business- men Anyone can refinish furniture with the new Fiesta Kit. Show off your talent by refin- ishing an old piece of furniture, anything! Complete the job a new unfinished piece, panel- ling, cupboards, picture frames, even childrens furniture, any- thing it's NONTOXIC. Com- plete the job in one doy in 2 easy steps: apply latex base, wipe on toning glaze! 12 beau- antique and woodgrain colours. Instructions included. Covers 50 sq. ft. Save a gallon Fiesta "One Coat" REG. WOOLCO PRICE Gal. 11.97 Qt. 3.69 GALLON QUART Rich, smooth, easy to apply Fiesta One Coat Paints can cut your work in half! Buy Ihc best at Woolco you'll save decorating time and money and get1 a perfect job every lime! Interior Lnlex, Semi-Gloss Enamel, Vcl vet Enamel custom-mixod at no extra cosl. Also Super White High Gloss Enamel. Monday and Tuesday 9 a.m. to p.m.; Wednesday a.m. le 1 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. lo 9 p.m.; Saturday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive in TOUGH CLOTHES! Regular Service Charges will be applied each month A. Water Repellent Naiiheod Nylfrn Ski Jackets. Instructor length. Front zipper., knitted euffi and elastic Front belt. Hid- den hood. Choice of various colors. AQ Sizes 5-6-6x. EACH I B. Neoprene Nylon Snowmobile Suit. One piece suit wth quilt lining. Orion pile lined hood. Front zipper and zipper leg openings. Elastic back waist. Navy, Whiskey or Blue Gross. Siies 4-5-6-6x. SUIT 14.43 C. Children's Northern Jackets. Fully lined 100% nylon jacket. Acri- ian fur trimmed hood. Front zip- per style wilh 2 welted pockets. Windproof and waterproof. Navy only. Q 7C 4-5-6-6x. EACH 3. I O D. Children's Northern Jackets. Weather ,bcr nylon outer shell, nylon quill lining. Acrilan fur trimmed hood. Front zipper. Braid trim on sleeves and bot- tom. Various colors. 4 rt 7C EACH lU.fO E. Boys' Hooded Ski Jackets. 100% nylon instructor length jacket with quilt lining and removable hood. Lamb imitation collar ond trim. Choice of various colors. s 4-5-6. EACH 7 I- F. Boys' and Girls' Snowmobile Suit in ncoprone nylon. Attach- fd hood with pile lining and with rayon quilted lining. Blur, Dark Greon, Red. Sizes 11.68 EACH Opon Monday and Tuesday 9 a.m. io 6 p.m.; Wednesday 9 a.m. lo 1 p.m. Thuriday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Saturday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive ;