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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 24, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta r n A v E L Inland Portugal Luring Visitors LKBON Tte coast north of Lisboa IB atil IMI develop- ed ud On the Aljarve. Net far fatal, it tas what tie Afcann Ma MtonotiBC and to see: Ttert oU fitfrn, huge moustoies churches, which the Pwtagueae iriUi r patMB kr taoetog dowa old (tap dan Ht lay a facer For those nt wedded to the beach, SMrt, hi the hflta 17 ndes aorta of Lisbon, is a beautiful place with masses of Hovers, trees wbiek.' writhe up the weird; roes? and luge woodi which conceal the Comoto doc Capucbos. Caseak, on the coast west of and beyond Ectoril, re- tain a little of its fishing beaches and rocks At Narare a K aod their bee eaaet OB the heart, daily the tourists, an et aected with the eatctac of fsth. the most fasaV abug place at aM fcr the sand dUBB country beyoos Avetro, a ton which ataadt the edge of the UCOOBI where COQ-fiSaBOj XBOOtWn JDTOO UK Grand Banks tie op. Okaener Serrke) Irt la Yemen, it is the bright of bad to point the sole of one's feet at anybody i guest is expected to stt with feet tucked to one side or folded -i -i. ROTTERDAM, ONE OF THE WORIO'S BUSIEST PORTS Diversified Bill Of Fare For Tourists To Holland BLOSSOM TIME IN TK OKANAGAN Apple blossom time in the Britiih Columbia interior begins oboirt April 25 and conrinues on till the middle of May. This orchard some on rhe Okonogon Valley mony visitors. The B.C. opple crop accounts for, nearly 70 per'ant'of Conodipn total oppto exports.________________ ,_________. fiears 100th Bir BUDAPEST (AP) Bub> 'pssfi'lMh birthday Is earning Vibe'yen after next, and. the capital M acnte growing pains as it roanfe oat tie centarj. More (ban one-fifth of Hun- gary's citizen live in Budapest, and bousing them aQ Is a growing problem. Many'of Use dry's apartment! are antiquated, says Mayor 1st- Tari Sacks, and even if the cur- rent rate of new apart- ments a year imeases to by as phoned, there wffl stffl be a shortage. The birth rate fc prodocmg babies a year now, coo- pared with in 1957. About eonpta get married each year m the city; another divorces are granted annually. Sarlos a big part of the housing puiAeiu comes from the-fact: that about householders live POIXimON IS Air poOutko m Badapest is atnong the'worst in Europe, Sarlos said 'at 'a press confer- ence. Industrial plants' binU within the city amiU abont-19nO have put up stiff resistance to See The JUM. For All Tow TRAVEI REQUIREMENTS AIR TRAIN STEAMSHIP TOURS Our efficient, Courtams Staff WsfcontM AH Open Won. through Sot. 9 a.m. 5 p.m. All mOUHUU WRCOME1 A.M.A. WORLD TRAVEL SERVICE 903 3rd S. Ptwrn MH771 being relocated: in the nrov- ces. The paints produce O per at of Bnngary's iBdwtrial oat- The lOOth aunlTersary eete- nrstion k> 1972 wul be ob- servance of a century of unit; >etween the ancient city o htfly fcft.baBk of 3e and be plain.along Uie liver's right tank. A year later, 1973; wffl be the ,000th. anniversary of Buda, which -developed around the toman .colony of Aquincum. UK remains of the Roman taths and amphitheatre still can seen, and the nins of a pal- ace built m 107 AD by -tl [toman governor w ater became on an island in the Danube. developed hundreds, of years later, also around the re- mains of ROTAKB This yerr the enticing sobri- quet, "Surprising is being expanded to "Surpris- ing Holland." For, in addition to the usual round-the-clock attractions of canal 'and fug lined Amsterdam or the perpet- ual family appeal of mim-city Madurodam in Toe Hague, Holland has a whole roster of special events and attractions scheduled this year. Some of them are one time stands only. Foremost of these are celebra- tions marking the Netherlands Liberation Jubilee and "Com- munication a recap and preview of Rotterdam's dyna- mic growth. Twenty five years ago fay 10, the Netherlands slow got up from the knock ou ow of war and five-years o occupation. Thanks to the in- omitabte will-.and fabled in- nstriousness of the Dutch, Mland's recovery was one o be fastest in Euroiie. To cete- rate aQ this in gratitude Holland will have a two holiday restoration project hi the LJstooc old port of Dettshaven, involving some 100 beddings. This quaint section.has already iccome a must for the tourists visiting Rotterdam. Among "Communication TO" eihfbite will be the world's lar- gest model of a com- plete with ships and models or the restoration of DeKsha- en and the future Center of Rotterdam, a com- les of skyscrapers mnqne for ing May 5 which wffl be mark d by both minim and job activities small througboot the com- ry. The greatest of these wi >e in Rotterdam, where, from Hay through September, the busiest port city wT stag e' i eriewiiig i o s t -war leeaisUurtion an mme sensational plans for fu- But not to forget the pas Rotterdam has started a Among the Dutch treats in TO that have become proven people' pleasers over the years are: The 20th Annual Holland Festival, mid June to" early July. This a cultural buffs aksdoscope of symphony, or gan and ebon- concerts, open, chamber music, baDet, drama and mode da being held in Amsterdam, The Hagne-Schev eningen, Haarlen md Leyden. Two onportaD for the raarching bands from aH over world'gather1'to do their stuff for international honors. M far 24 colleges and high chool bands from Canada and United States alone have signed up for the competition. Holland's greatest yearly at radian, of course, is the fabu- i Keukenbof Gardens .and nearby bulbfields in bloom. nature show, programme! by the world's greenest thumbs comes to life from the end o [arch to mid Hay. Hotels iroughout the country are pre- lired to accommodate the ao- lual migration of flower pec- pie from all over the world. To spread the tourist treats in Surprising Holland 'through "at the.high season, there are the tfaditioDal open.chees narkets, military tattoos fa of pageantry and special mffl name a few. Finally, what could be n ajppropfiate to wind' up He land's fist of thl ol time fcflUvut bv bee the ability to attract some of the world's top tnleots and the lighly acclaimed acoaBbc properties of the ciaxeit hal IB Amsterdam and Rotterdax No; sooner the Hofland Festival fold to tents, than the soqnd of 77 trombones wi blare forth ik Kerknde. located in the southern province .of lim- burg. The occasion: The Kb.In- ternational Kerkrade War Music Contest, July 17 to Aug nst Here, erery firc year Days, My 2 to tagdst 13. ffine- ieen giant' windmills'go Lhiuugli their paces each Sator- day with one ram open for inspection- in the scenic Kin. derdijk windmill and dikes dis- a Iwuity munte drr soMh east of Rotterdam. In Watches .Synthetic' jewels in wathces are made of fused, powdera 1 oxide1 whkil is cok ed ruby red. tat Abort W-W SEE US FOR WELl PUNNED TRIPS ANYWHERE! ALASKA CRUISES 1970 T O Line. New g fer M. S17S Cuodion Vonramr: Hoy 27, JifiM 10, July Mi, July Mnd. Vuilifia: bfehiluM, JVHMU, Lyim Canol, Glow SHfe mnt Wdww. SHORT SUMMBl CRUISES TO CAUFORNIA AIM: P I O Urn Doyi far 01 S14S Canadian Uoving Voncdwn Jon. July Klty July Son FrendKa IM RIAW8ON TRAVEI Often ta MARQUB H01H HM. PbHM: J27-40M New York's Bronx Kew York City's Bronx was named for Jonas Brack, the first En-opean'to settle there. From the saying, win the came the name Bronx. Broock flew the flag that became the model for the flags of the. city and state of New York.' LAST CHANCE! TO BUY 1970 TRAVELAIRE TRAILERS AND TRUCK CAMPERS at 1969 PRICES Ws htrw bcm wdviwd Awl, to incrtoiwl moterlel and hber on 1970 TRAVHAIRES W1UL BE REVISED UPWARD HOWEVR, WE WIU ACCffT OtWW roil AU MOWIS AT fRKt UVBS AND smi orvi OUR USUAL DISCOUNTS UNTIL APRIL 25th ONLY! ALSO DUMNO THIS ftKIOD WE MCUIDE HTTCH, MMKORS AND JACKS AT NO CHAKOC NO MATTER THE WEATHER SEE THE 1970 TRAVELAIRE MODELS IN OUR INDOOR SHOWROOM CORNR STRUT AND 3rd AVMUC SOUTH BEE-JAY TRAILER SALES OffN 9 A.M.-9 P.M. MONDAY THRU A.M.-4 P.M. SATURDAY What makes the Sprinter sprint? Ifi one of Ihe first people cnk after toten ffw Sprinter lor a spin. The answer 'a no] but a cooibioation of ttwgi Itxrt Sprinter hoj.ond (tie ottiers don'l. engine, H'I 73 horsepower. Bigger and fajttr Ihon onyttiing in its dak It a top speed of.orer siphja crrising speed of 75, and up to 35 miles to Ins paflon. It has Ihe speed you for irwind-out driviflg ond powsr tt tain to post a trod; on o two kma highway. The steering response h qvfck ond wWdi h great i or heavy traffic. Arid Ihs brih-ta low centre of granty keeps H sofid ond steady on tlw rood., The Mocflwnon tfrot hdependent front mpenslon sMes for better hondNng and a biskie. Tie 4-on-lfie-floor oU syndiromesh rrbnsmrssion .moles the Sprinter sprint best, but lha fully automatic is fun too, (Whatever turns you The automatic isopfionalondsoislnerodio. Everything else Is standard, gkns aU around, recTning buclcef seats, doof-kwloor Ing, white disa end winter equipment. All things, combined with a sleek fallback design, go together to mota the Sprinter sprint. .They, go .together to giva you much mere rhon a means of transporf-jtion. The Sprinter is not just fvnctional, iff fun. And regardless of what you're driving now, yxxrl thb 5eo yoeT neowsf Toyoto and Sprinter fora TOYOTA SPRINTER Toyota can'are sold and serviced from coast to coast Canada, and Ihrovghovt world. UTHMIIDOI TOYOTA TRAVEL CENTRE Htm tvpplin 127-17I1 KENWAY TOYOTA tOtl, 1AMI, AURTA TtUPHONti 22J44M ;