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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 5, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta A.M.A. TRAVEL ACENCY LTD. Presents SPAIN COSTA del SOL Departure Oct Nov. Dec. Dec. Jan. Feb. Feb Mar Apr Apr Return Oct. Nov. Dec. Dec. Jan. Feb Feb Mar. Apr. Apr. May No. of Nights 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 Dehne BRemo 589.00 569.00 589.00 569.00 569.00 569.00 579.00 609.00 629.00 629.00 Li Peril 509.00 489.00 509.00 489.00 489.00 489.00 499.00 529.00 549.00 549.00 day excursion to Malaga return -Return transfers to hotel from Malaga Airport day Nena tour Sangria Party niqhts accommocation in one bedroom apartment with kitchen- ette and balcony at the Sofico Apartment of your choice either El Remo or La Perlas are per person based on double occupancy of each apartment. supplement as follows- Departure El Remo _a Perla S80 00 apartments on request at the same per person rate as double occupancy rates PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE FOR FURTHER INFORMATION AND RESERVATIONS A.M.A. TRAVEL AGENCY 608-Sth Ave. South Phone 328-7921 or 326-1181 Office open Monday thru Friday a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday to p.m. Ample Free Parking at Rear of Building Scenic Florence CGiniWtauic thrifty Oregon exhibit reflects attitude SPOKANE There are no travel no no road maps in the State of Oregon's exhibit at Expo '74. If you ask for tourist infor- the young Oregonians staffing it will politely refer you to the Pacific Northwest Travel Association booth down the hall. Oregon is a low-key attempt to say Oregon is a clean place to and that Oregonians intend to keep it that way. The exhibit is styled after the World's Fair's overall theme Tomorrow's New It discusses successful ef- forts of Oregonians to clean up places like the Willamette River Valley. Once a seriously polluted waterway feeding the Columbia it is now one of the cleanest rivers in the country. The exhibit also makes clear the Oregon stance on growth. land use plann- ing and pollution controls have become essential to the pur- suit of a better life proclaims a placard in the ex- hibit hall. The visual impression of the hall itself lends himself to an environmental theme. 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Pavilion of the States near the Fair's Red is reminis- cent of the famous Oregon caves along the Pacific coast. Clear half-spheres dangling on white knitted fabric tubes resemble rows of stalactites. Another popular guess among visitors is that they represent rain in honor of the coastal but pavilion guide Jody Goggins of says neither was the in- tent of designers. They simply selected an abstract design to suit the ex- hibit's physical she said. Inside the globes are materials indigenous to like volcanic rock from the Crater Lake and sea shells from the coast. One contains a sprig of Oregon the official state flower. Along the back a never-ending slide show is projected. In its unobtrusive way people don't realize the picture said Miss Goggins the show il- lustrates the Oregon environ- ment in music and words. There's the Pacific the forest the sound of all providing a pleasing background for viewers of the rest of the exhibit. Three make up the third part of the display. They are fabric constructions that resemble sculptured sofa pillows. The sculptures represent what could happen if en- vironmental controls are not applied One shows a crowded river exploited for recreation. Another depicts smog from unlimited industrialization. The third shows rows of houses threatening the ocean illustrating the need for land use planning With each is a plaque which tells what Oregon is doing about the problems il- lustrated. The like the rest ol the World's will be or display until November 3 Then the Oregon exhibit wil be moved to the Oregor Museum of Science and In dustry in Portland. Park is sanctuary Whiteshell Provincial Park in Manitoba is a mecca for goose lovers from all over the world. It all began in 1939 when four motherless goslings were presented to Whiteshell out- doorsman Alf who carefully nurtured them to maturity. Budget travel possible By KIMMIS HENDRICK Christian Science Monitor Italy My wife and I left home the other day to see what is really happening to budget travel. We came down here with lots of but we'll be taking most of it back home. We chose Italy for two besides the fact that we love We live in just seven kilometers from the Italian we had heard so much about Italy's high prices. It's a six-day We're staying in good hotels with pleasant rooms with baths. We're eating well. We're spending a day on room and board for both of us. Our train round trip from amounts to apiece. From looking we see that it would be easy to spend twice what we're spen- but it's not necessary. From talking with young we learned students can still put up at hostels for to a night Why is everybody talking about inflated travel Northern Europe is more ex- than southern and Italy. But we think the high-cost talk needs to be even regarding the last-mentioned countries. Local living expenses are higher everywhere. Italians are paying three times as much for fuel for as they paid a year ago. Auto costs have risen. But train fare increases hardly seem noticeable to travellers with American dollars. It's the same with food. like other European has built a huge tourist business keyed to free- spending Americans and others. It includes luxury hotels that charge much what the finest hotels charge in New San Francisco. But this leaves many popular with Europeans who like to be both comfortable and that are still reasonable. Rumor is another factor. Somebody takes a suite at the Ritz in and his American friends think they'll pay that much in Florence. They but who needs We counted on staying at the Hotel Berchielli on the Arno. It's comfortable. We had a sans there last fall for This time we found it being rebuilt for opening in March. Down the street we took an with at the well- ordered Hotel overlooking the Ponte Vecchio. But we wanted to stick to our budget so we moved next day to the Pen- sione II near the great San Lorenzo Church. Italy's pensiones are famous and this is one of the best We were given the high-ceilinged beautifully where Lorenzo the Magnifi- cent once received Pope Ju- lius. Its modern addition is the private bath. Price double. We're off-season which helps. We might have paid more in season. Com- ing we spent the night at an Italian equivalent of England's Brighton. Summer rates would be somewhat higher the beaches are crammed with sunbathers but the Hotel new and beautifully gave us a double room with and sea view for Our first dinner in at Restanrante one of the city's cost including cover charge. We're not great meat eaters and delight in Italian pasta. Had we added a meat the price might have reached At the Old Bridge Self- which we have since enjoyed for its cafeteria style and its outlook across the Arno on the we paid about each for meat vegetable or drink. We were extravagant just once. There is a china shop near the Santa Trinita Bridge here that has tempted us and we succumbed again. We are taking home four place settings of Tuscan dinnerware in a delightful new design. The price was higher than we paid for similar ware three years ago. So that's what plus did to our budget. But we're going to look at this as a proper charge against six inexpensive days of travel. Passport Photos Candid Weddings Picture Framing Photo Supplies A. E. CROSS STUDIO Phone 328-0111 710 3rd Ave. S. Phone 328-0222 Gee It's HOT But at United we're keeping everybody cool with July specials on Credit Plan Lots Available Free Delivery Full Service Don't Mis our Whoop-Up Specials as everything is priced to SELL 9- -Si Development Co. On Us We've Served you a Quarter of a 3rd Ave. and Scenic Drive Phone 327-1780 T. f f _ ._ i- ELECT Ann and HALT RAIL-LINE ABANDONMENT A Conservative Government established the MacPherson Commission which drew up the Master Plan calling for Abandonment of miles of rail lines on the prairies the Fort Macleod subdivision and Cardston The demolition of country elevators A dozen communities are threatened yet the Conservative candidate accepts this policy and suggests Alberta taxpayers build roads to replace lost rails. The NDP stands solidly opposed to rail abandonment. Make your views known in Ottawa. ELECT BESSIE ANNAND FOR POSITIVE ACTION ;