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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 1, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta ____.Saturday, August 1, 197" LEWBRIDGE HERAID All The Salmon Want To Strike By D'ARCY RICHARD Herald District Editor CAMPBELL RIVER, B.C. Fishing here is great all the salmon want to strike.' Well, t that's: the picture here in B.C. Fr.-oik Sherman of Lethbridge and Randy Worthington of Campbell River, formerly of Lethbridge, had rotten luck the other day. They only caught five sain; on each. I believe they said these were Cohoe. w The fish I miss are Hohos. IH That's what they say when they swim by, "ho, ho, ho." Big, beautiful salmon burst- ing from the water in frolick- ing leaps. They weren't inter- ested in my shiny lures and spinners. AH they wanted to look at was my glass eye. But I like it here in Campbell River. Here's the rundown: SEASONS, RATES The town of Campbell River me T.OWII 01 THE GUYS WITH ALL THE LUCK-Randy Wprthington of Campbell River, formerly on the egst Ehore of Van- nf Lethbridae and Lethbridge Herald Composing room employee Frank Sherman show couver approximately the salmon they cou3ht at Rhodesia Offers Unique Opportunity May we encourage your Interest in the attractive employ- ment opportunities we can offer in Rnadwia? Exceptional climate, excellent school and health facilities, sophisticated amenities, congenial working conditions and well-paid jobs. The life is second to none. You will find you pay consider- ably less tax, have a lower cost of living ond enjoy higher Itandards than you ever thought possible. The field is wide open for considerable number! of skilled workers and professional officers. We have immedi- ate vacancies for qualified Auto-Electricians, Boilermakers, Fitters, Welders, Electricians, Carpenters, Bricklayers Plumbers, Coach-Builders, Printing Shopfitters, Sheetmetal Workers, Cabinet Makers. Civil, Electrical, Mechanical, Structural, Mining, Chemical Engineers and Technicians. Geologists, etc. We can arrange assistance with transport in many cases. No fees charged for our placement services. Write for further details or post thii coupon to Rhodcsian Agencies, P.B. 711, Causeway, Salisbury, Rhodesia. AGENCIES, P.B. 711, CAUSEWAY, SALIS- BURY, RHODESIA. Please send ms further details on Situations Vacant. NAME ADDRESS.................................... DATE AVAILABLE....... OCCUPATION................................ ALTERNATIVE................................. QUALIFICATIONS AGE------ MARRIED..............SINGLE.............. CHILDREN..............AGES........ Code LH. 1 Toronto Firm Consultant la Fiji Development TORONTO: A Canadian ar- chitectual firm, Harry B. Kohl, Architect of Toronto, has been retained as architectual and design consultant for a multi- rciilion dollar resort and resi- dential complex, including a new hotel to be operated by American Airlines, under de- velopment in Fiji. The Toronto firm will work- in association with Larsen, Hol- tom, Maybin and Associates, architects and engineers of Suva, Fiji, during the first phase of the Pacific Harbour development at Deuba, 32 miles from Suva on the south east coast of Viti Levu. Harry B. Kohl .and its Fiji Associates will also work to- gether in the design of single family residences, villas, a p a r tments, condominiums, and other hotel and motel pro- jects planned for the irafcal Pacific Harbour site at Deuba. 170 miles north of Victoria, capital city of British Columbia. It may be reached by auto- mobile over Routes 1 and 19 from Victoria, and 19 from Nanaimo, which maintains reg- ular ferry service with the city of Vancouver on the mainland. Two air schedules a day oper- ate between Seattle, Victoria, and Vancouver. Campbell River is accessible from all of these cities by bus. Some 20 motels, motor courts, resorts, and camps at Campbell River cater to fishermen. Al- most every type of accommo- dation is available, from plush hotel rooms at a day a person, to tent camps at ?3 or for a couple. Motels and re- sorts with housekeeping faci- lities charge from around to for two persons. One fish- ing resort and lodge charges a day for a couple for a spac- ious two-room cottage with bath and open fireplace, and all meals served in the main lodge. Boat rentals run m 75 cents an hour and a day to and depending on size and type of boat. Outboard cost from for a three-horse- power engine to for an 18- h.p. engine. Guide service is from an hour to or a day, and you may even rent a rod and reel for or There is usually a reduction I Hrety offers. in rates before the season reaches its peak on July 15, and also after September 15. If you fish Vancouver's rivers and streams, your nonresident licence costs No license Ls required for angling in the tidal waters of the province. According to Corky Corbett, owner of Painter's Lodge and Fishing Resort, "July fishing is very similar to the fishing you get in June except that echoes, or silvers, are a couple of pounds heavier than in June. The springs, or chinooks, run up to 35 pounds, with a few heavier types coming in at the end of July. For variety of fishing, guide Mike Rippingale prefers July to any other month. "August is Hifl month for tyees. The first of the run shows up around August 1, and the last comes around Septem- ber 10 or 12. There are also lots of echoes in August, though perhaps not so many as in July. Toward the end of August and until' early October, the northern echoes start, and these run up to 18 pounds, averaging 13 to 14 pounds. These are fish- ed with a bucktail fly trailed on the surface, with little or no weight, and with light tackle." Yelloivhead Endorsed Bryan Ellis the President of the Yellowhead Interprovincial Highway Association an- nounced that what promises to become the major vacation and commercial route across west- ern Canada has now been un- animously endorsed by the four western governments. The Hon. Joe Borowski, min- ister of transportation for Man- itoba, in designating their por- tion of the route stressed the importance of close co-opera- tion between the western prov- inces, particularly in the field of tourist and commercial transportation; He also stressed the impor- tance the Yellowhead Highway will play in the expanding trade relations wilh Pacific rim countries, and the tremen- dous untapped tourist potential that the Yellowhead ill its en- Chilkoot Tamed For Visitors WHITEHQRSE, Yukon Now, you don't have to con- tent to just read about the fa- us Cliilkoot Trail and the gold stampedera of 1898 who climbed ils rugged slopes on way to the fabulous gold- rich Klondike.- country of Daw- son City. You can actually he a modern day slampeder and climb it yourself and all in relative comfort and ease. The Chilkoot the Trail that has for generations held even the hardiest individuals in awe at ils ruggedness and beauty has been tamed and now any- one with even reasonable stout- ness of wind and sturdiness of limb can enjoy unparalleled scenery along the original Trail of '98. It's a walk of 35 miles and hundreds of people, including women and children, have been doing it for many years, even before the more difficult portions were smoothed off. Service To Juvenile Delinquents Effective Immediately, responsibility for services to Juvenile delinquent! In the Province of Alberta, including both juvenile probation and the care of juveniles held in custody, lias been transferred -from the Department of tha Alberta Attorney-General to the Department of Social Development. This important change will allow a great deal of flexibility In treatment and rehabilitation of juvenile offenders. A wide variety of expanded resources; foster homes, group homes, a range of treatment settings and other programs will be accessible to young people in trouble. All these facilitiei are designed to assist young people and families to best insure individual development and reintegration into society. It is the Intention of the Department of Social Development to request community support and community involvement In the prevention and treat- ment of juvenile delinquency. The department believes that delinquency results from a variety of personal, social, economic and circumstantial factors, and that individual citizens and communities must be active in correcting which encourage delinquency. Volunteers of all kinds, from a service club working on a special project to an interested individual concerned with 0 specific juvenile, will be solicited and utilized. While the Department can provide basic resources, "people develop- ment" Is not a task the government can perform olone. With the help and co-operation of the people of Alberta, the churches, business and industry, voluntary and private organizations and agencies, we hope to establish a more effective route back into the mainstream of society for young in trouble with the law. Hon. Raymond A. Speaker, Minister ALBERTA DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT. School Bells will soon be R-R-Ringing for all your little guys and gals-for the right school location call HAY AGENCIES LTD. EXECUTIVE HOME Designed and built for owner. There is over square feet of living space. Must viewed to appreciated. Total price SPACE COMFORT Easy to own thii four bedroom 6 roomed clean home. lOlh Avenue South location. Excellent lot. Total price M.L.S. The Best Of Everything On Green Strip 4 bedrooms, dining room, kitchen. Has It all, 2 bath- rooms. Large rumpus room with split rock natural fire- place. Sliding class doors to patio and brick planters bade and front. Exceptional malerial used in constructing. M.L.S. OWNER TRANSFERRED Must this lovely bungalow, 4 bedrooms, rurnpui room, dining roam. Good location doss to icnool ond (hopping. 1021 28th Strett South. Exclusive. TALL AND COOL It's like living In your own private pork, wilh value that's unbelievable. Three bedrooms, 1 and baths ond a real fireplace. All this for Down payment Payments only month. Victoria Park Location Luxury iq. ft. of complete development. Separate dining room, recent w to w carpet, new kitchen. 2 bed- rooms with extra bathroom and big bedroom dawn. Beautiful rumpus room with natural fireplace. Double in- sulalion, all season covered swimming pool, double with automatic doors, oir conditioning and Intercom. Total price with good er trade, M.l.S. LIKE NEW Largo North side home with thro bedroorm on quiel trs.cenl. Tolal price only wilh e> down pny- mont of only RELAX AND ENJOY This, beauty with its lovely living room, nice L-sfiaped dining room and family kitchen on the main level. bedrooms plus both ond a half up and rumpus or family room down aro jusf port of the inside slory. A protected patio and trees make oufdoor living o pleasure too. down fo existing mortgagt. College Mall Office Phone 327-7077 and 327-7975 Days HAY AGENCIES LTD. EVENINGS CALL- PAT BRQWN-328-4847 FERGIE MeTAVISH-328-2538 BOB HUNT-328-5041 BOB SMITH-328-5707 JACK LOOK-337-3744 BILL HAY-327-S372 ;