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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 4 V Travel Europe by rail UTH EEAUTY SPOT Cameron Fc- '.'.'i.'. Ickc.s Nalional Park, is one of C To July 1, a of v r. l.ie puik. Tiiis is on increase souhern Alberta's last year in Ihe number of visilors. Hravicsl weekend was ihe Aug. 1, most beautiful civic holiday when caying 340.643 park, an increase of 23.52 per ce rcrricd passengers into the it over [ast year. Camping is also show- M per cent over ing a "tremendous increase" fjOm Icij' ycnir, say park officials. Drvr from the minislry of itjurism points to 1 downlcnvn streets jammod tvitli Ijnmper-to-bumper traffic and i "What was a dream 1 years ago has become a nighL- nrive." Tlie dream was lo a thousands speed in and out in a dnily nightmare for motorists iiiKl impatienl pcfJostrians. The Madrid of the quid sidewalk coffee shop and easy t'-mpo hiis become a hustling metropolis. Girls stroll along crowded .sidewalks in midis, minis and hot pants. Stores Lhe latest in P.'iris and Kuinc fashions. A in c i i e a n comic translated into Spanish for tiiildren. are it.'ickcd at sidr- Uiosks. Most theatres feature American moncs Ppani.sh sub-titles or sound track. si'.uv imvfi Old .Spain, the different Kpain, I.1, dying, except fr.r carefully -kept cathedrals and i castles history goes 1 back lo the JOth century when invading Moors from Africa 1 tonlrolied the Iberian Penin- sulti. Almost even-where tourists po they'll meet up with men and women liauking souve- nirs, from caily-eolcred fertil- ity dolls lo Tine lace work. Prices have climbed as tourism has increased, al- Bam Ihoucii leal her shoes remain rcod b u v s. fralifinr: flnmcnco dr.ncd's ar.d r.'inc.'--, r.i'2 '-s ;MI ft- riTQ'.n f.t a i'u'l finlit co HI n IrnrrT.o; I" ire TJe Soiir. Inkipy In .-TCCC" r-lr-ii- iii'i'5 and lo IVMI-IS and [J'c nifjiiiifniiij-'. is u'.cn a cenuir'cs old tradition: the mid-day Stores ruir! from to p m. each To u -Virth AincTicHn vi.-iror it seems lo br- idc.-1! penile Bui i! i.-, not fitting into modern Spain. t IIKVT Tit Tlio .-iesta. forcing lale hoars, possibly resulted from Ihe elimalf. Din- ner is rarely served Ix'Tore or 10 p.m., nnr] and erlei-lainrncnt cenlres often PS Jf'tc ,is K'.-'j'fl. Since ihe h.'is shown no (ic.sire (o start lii-. wcirkinq day any later than about C a m., there is lil- tle lime for .sleep after an uveiiinf! on Ihe town.. '1 he r c v i a 1 of popular spoils li'is also ail'.! In the decline of lias t c hupo MK-tfr "'rK'iuni.s, F'jaling rind fans The capilal's famous bull seals And v.'ilh moro and more people livirg in the outskirts, it is becoming impossible to beat the heavy Iraffir lo pet and 5 time fur a siesta. !Picliiroluking I ravel film on Canada planned Canadian Kc-'lak and ley Films are joining forces lo i nroduce a ne-v picture-taking travel film on Canada, it was announet'd by Joim McLean, Advertising .Manager of Cana- dian Kodnk Co Limbed, ar.d j Graeme Vice-President 1 e! finwlcy Fiims I.imilod. r.ciii nu'n .-.re directors of the i Indn.-iry Afsocialion of Canada. i Jim Turpie of Crawlcy ha.s ut'cn njimnl producer of the 27-nn'milc film is scheduled for shoolinp Ihis i year willi distribution expected j in earlv '72. r.re looking forward j ;i lop-nolcli filjn tJiat ap- j peal lo audiences all over the lover the says Mr. ser The historic routes of text- book travelers Boswcll, By- ron. Mdison, Gibbon, Cook and others coupled with modern f i ms-Europc Express conven- >nces combine to make sally, satisfying reading in a book, EUROPE BY HAIL. In the words of (ho author, II irk- SLan.sbury, "Ibis is no peaches and cream travelogue. You are gelling (lie slory ;PS it is in the '70's. from Fo-A-Dny prnsions to Rome's "Hi Suck- er With nlnudits for the pncinc- skiDq of Die Enrail n t ons (thirlren inlnvlocking in Wesfeiti RuroneK (bo nulhor lays (be tvu'h nhoitt and Romp, as he srpF ir. You hrrome oxrirt on f (lip Tlivifrfi prd 7CT- I -fi's .S'. Mnri'7. Vnwswrn'k m VPW York. nnd n clernde of MfHipnrj A v e n u n and I'TGI? honk5; him bpH' ID bis lovr: iF.nropn us it is and he 'ins come In know if. by plane nnd (vain. Jifs n'ct holn' hnunfs, tr> put his m-prvations in the hands o[ ncent roouestine mil inn room and city tour" ac- commodations. His findings .'ire n report in candor no holds T-fis pnrtnl-lo poitnl nit her New York or Miami as departure points includes your total expenses: even lunch is budgeted at and dinners at with allow- ances for hixis and miscellany: Total cutsL per person, 2.V d.'tyi'. The itinerary, savors nostalgia: "Byron's (Belgium to Corsica) peripalclic wander- ings not only included Xurk'li ivJiere lie lofl Iiis mark, but Venice where he found inspira- tion lor "Childe the liook which gave name lo the "Bridge of the now famous arclicd walkway from the Uoge's Palace on Llic Piaz- za San Mnrco to the behind it." Stansbury's commentary on Rome is abrasive: "In no other city on (lie continent will you shudder so often at Ihe obvious smirk on the faces of hustlers and peddlers: "Hi, Sucker." Now IhaL 1 have written the headline, let (lie next para- graph reassure you; despite strikes and Ilcrl orators and peddlers, neither we nor any other soul will ever forget the glory that was liome. Italian greed almost obliterates the presence of Jesus Christ and our Christian faith which is embedded in (he cobblestones of the hills we climbed and Ihe marble and mosaic of St. Peter's and the Pantheon. We were far richer than when we entered Rome that afternoon, as Ikd orators were Lrying to tear it dou-n, pillar by pillar." Harr i fo co-star HI i'Thc scries Veteran character ;iclor j Harry Morgan hn.s liet'j] signed i to co-star with Robert Conrad in "The a new half hour :srTics premiers next fnll on ilic .NEC Television Network. j Morgan, who co-slurred with Webb fnr four years on will purtray the Chief of (lie Trials Diusion of (do Los An- Connly District Attorney's offlJT D.A." is a Jack VYebb- production in assona- Lioii Universal SUulios and NTU'-TY. The .series is based on f.'jfcs Li'icd JJi coiuifv FORD Southern AlberJans eon enjoy tin a 11-inclusive 2-week vacation lo the beautifully mysterious island of Jamaica HERE'S WHAT S439 GIVES YOU nir fare Calgary lo Monfego Buy using Air Cdnadci DC-8 jet 14 nighls hoM accommodation Roor.is fully air conditioned O Transfers Ijclwerc 5 WINTER DEPARTURES BEGINNING DECEMBER 20, 1971 Resentment to press for mnny (iclors E. G. JIarshall, a slar of NRC T u 1 e vision Network's "The Bold Ones, says that the quickest way for an actor ID shorten his career, is lo harbor resentment toward the public and the press. "I have known performers who actually resent being asked to grant an interview or lo pive an autograph. They believe it is an invasion of their Marshall s.iys. one forced them lo get into this business. And every lime a performer refuses requests, it serves to alienate someone. Interviews and auto- graphs are part of show busi- ness. "So, to those actors who live in ivory towers, J can only say that you are in trouble the press and the public don't ask." Attention Hockey Fans! LIVE N.H.L ACTION IN VANCOUVER! 3-Day Package Tour Oct. 22 to Oct. 24 For Only SI36 TOUR PACKAGE INCtUDES: Rclurn Iclbbridge to Vancouver All transfers 2 nighls occommodolion al Georgia Hotel (sharing basis) 7 breakfasts 9 2 dinners al Hy's Steak House Ticket lo Hockey Oct. 22 between Ihe Vancouver Conucki and Ihe Montreal Canadiens Ticket lo Hockey Game Ocl. 24 between Vancouver Canucks and Ihe Boston Bruins Day of Iclsjie Oclobcr BOOK YOUR HAWAII VACATION NOW! 15 weekly departures from Cal- gary commencing December 19, 1971 through Match 26lh, 1972. 14 days and 13 nights from S359 (double room basis) deposit secures your reservation lo Hawaii. Slop in and see or Itrlephone Ihe friendly efficient slaff af A.M.A. WORLD TRAVEL SERVICE 903 3rd Ave, Lethbridge Phone 328-7921 or 328-1771 Office Open Monday thru Saturday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Free Parking al Rear of Building Easy Labor Day Getaway! Need wheels for Ihe Labor long weekend? You've got them! Settle: back in a Greyhound easy chair and forgot Iniffir. troubles by leaving the driving to ub. an trip at an easy fare. Go Greyhound! GREYHOUND EASY CHAIR FARES from LETHBRIDGE to: CALGARY J 4.45 VANCOUVER! trips daily 2 Irips trips daily 2 trips daily cli.nriijc: v.un-j! li C'crMm fifed, (I please clirrk vill' amir mjnil jar Sit back and see Canada Ihe easy way! GO GREYHOUND ...and leave the driving to us. ?or fosl Irovnl facls, charier srrvico and package oxprosi informalion, conlr I llin Groy hound Qus Dcpoi, 411 5th Slrccl S., fcl. 327-1551, or your loco) Greyhound arjont or (avorilo travfil annul. ;