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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 1, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 30 THE UTHBRIDCE HERALD Auguit 1973 Fly fishing throughout the past few weeks has been according lo the Alberta depart- ment of lands and forests. the fish and wildlife branch of the department those who are having the best luck are those anglers who are out during the evening. The is new and issued twice a for those anglers taking their holidays. Somsthing There are rainbows in Lake Newell. Ang- ling is slow. West of towards Spray fishing is good. Slower on the lower Kananas- kis lakes and the Bow River. There is fair trout fishing in the Highwood. Good pike fishing at Lake McGregor. In the Pincher Creek j angling pressure is both j Beauvais and Beaver Lakes sue- i cess is slow. Chain Lakes west of Nanton slow for angling. Throughout the entire south lakes like Reesor and Spruce Coulee in the Cypress Hills Provincial trout are good-sized. Cavan Lake is but there is the odd big one t around. KLEMEN'S KUSTOM KILL LTD. Will be aeceping bids for installation of a complete water pressure system including and a pressure system capcble of constant 80 Ibs. pressure and able to facilitate cpprox. gallons per day. close August 1973. Submit bids KLEMEN'S KUSTOM KILL LTD. P.O. Box 135 Alberta Sears Do-it-yourself mirror tiles add new a-GoId tone veined antiqued black b-Clear Venetian c-Gold tone veined clear Venetian Reg. Reg. Reg. 99 -IC99 Kt I X kit I kit 15 Create a reflecting Avail wiith mirror tiles. They will expand the optical proportions of your living and dining foyer or while they reflect light and give you a spacious feeling of comorL tiles come in kits of with double face adhesive tape. Easy to put no no fuss. And think of it what else could take so little time and make such a doubly- big Act Choose from three room-expanding styles and save. Mirrors Simpsons-Sears Ltd.- at Simpsons-Sears you get the finest guarantee satisfaction or money refunded and free delivery STORE Open daily from a.m. to p i Thurs. and Fri. a.m. to p.m. Centre Village Mall Telephone 328-9231 Artists impression of Spokane's Expo '74 Spokane's Expo '74 An experiment on behalf of environmental concern SPOKANE Flying over the city of your gaze fol- lows the Spokane River to a point where it becomes deep churning rapids flowing around two islands. Right there on the where dust is rising from bulldozers and is the unexpected home of an unique experiment. Officially the experiment is known as a world's fair to be held for six monlhs beginning next summer with all the glitter and excitement of previous world's fairs. But Expo '74 is significantly different. It is an experiment on behalf of world environmental concern and the city of Spokane the home of people. The theme of Expo '74 is T o m o r r o w's New cer- tainly a presumptuous goal for two relatively little islands the surrounding to achieve in light of the fact that Expo oficials predict a total of 4.8 million visitors during the fair. This adds up to mil- lions of environmentally insen- sitive trampling feet and crushed paper not to men- tion thousands of cars pouring in and out of Spokane. READY But Spokane claims it will be and in fact has been preparing for these visitors for several years. the city took a hard look at the two islands virtually a pen- insula used as a train 2nd the murky condition of the river and decided to have a world's clean up the and environmentally and econo- mically reinvigorate the town from skid row to the airport. Inveiinere hotel burns B.C. Two charred black chimneys was all that remained after a fire destroyed the 75-year-old Invermere Hotel early today. No one was injured in t h e which started about 2 a.m. Invermere is 90 miles south- west of Calgary. By Gene SIGHT it SOUND JISUM WEDDING PHOTOS CAN BE ACCOMPANIED BY ACTUAL RECORDED SOUNOS AND WITH A NEWWEDPINGALBUHl THAT ISALSOATAPE PIAYER. THE PAGES HOLD PHOTOS AS USUAL-AND A BUTTON CONTROLS THE SOUND UNIT... Before a single move was an environmental im- pact study was made to deter- mine the and after effects of a world's fair on 100 acres. statement was net required by said King F. president of Expo '74. we formed an independent committee to do The despite some notes of was that Expo '74 would have a influ- and would be a in understanding the problems of the environment. A bond issue to launch the fair just barely failed to get a 66 per cent shock of losing said Mr. the busi- ness community to its and within seven days after the bond failure they had voted to tax themselves to get the fair rolling. This is a package said Mr. Cole referring to the and local funds now behind the fair. PAVILIONS Expo '74 is the only major international exposition in the United States during the 1970's. Every exhibitor at the fair including Repub- lic of the United the Ford Motor East- man and General Motors have pavilions per- some that will emphasize man working in harmony with the environment. Just as impressive as what the public can gain from the is what the fair is doing to Spakane. decline to con- sider that there is a beginning and end to restoring the human said Thomas R. Adki- son. the executive architect for Expo '74. does not have to be just a Spokane phenomenon. we want to achieve the highest level of urban accom- modation here which means great care for the environment. But other cities can see this as a positive demonstration that we the people dug into our jeans to enrich our lives and the lives of the people who Running parallel to the com- munity effort behind the fair is an effort to clean up the en- tire Spokane River a vast area covering parts of Washington and Idaho. A po- licy group was which included representatives from lumb e and manufacturing. POLLUTERS felt that people who were polluters should be on the said Omar Lof- chairman of the Spokane River Basin Policy Commit- tee. discovered that the 'jasin was not so polluted that it could not be In addition to the struggle to get funds to do the entire job of clean-up so that by the open- ing of the fair the river could be sparkling dean or near many firms and companies have stopped or curtailed pollu- tion as a result of the impetus of the fair and its concern for the environment. post of- fice annex has a raw sewage outlet into the said Mr. they didn't even know What every Spokanite knows is that the and the will be quite different because of the fair. When the fun of the fair is when the tram ricies over the fails when the amusement center is and the host of top flight entertainers is only a the islands and the riverbanks will become a riverfront park. REVERSE CYCLE Still standing will be the U.S. the Wasington State pa- vilion with its seat opera and an outdoor amphi- theater overlooking the river. think we will have taken a stand and reversed the cycle of environmental deterioration that has been going on in me- tropolitan areas for the last 50 said Mr. Adkison. spent an hour with Jacques Ccsteau said Mr. he said he has spent all his life trying to not let people they were being educated. When I told him the details about the fair and iti .theme he 'Why didn't 1 think of Thank You Due to city expansion John's Motor Clinic has closed at its present lo- cation at 402 4th Ave. S. Mr. Hellawell would like to thank his many Friends and for their past patron- age. Hoping to re-estab- lish in the near future. JOHN HELLAWELl JOHN'S MOTOR CLINIC ;