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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 9, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta JO _ THE UTHBRIDGE HERALD Helpful hints for fun abroad OTTAWA Travel abroad can be fun but these helpful hints from the Canadian Pass- iort Office will help smooth he way: In addition to having a valid passport, you must be able to satisfy foreign authorities that you have sufficient funds for your stay, that you hold return or onward transportation tick- ets, and that you are in good neallh. A neat appearance is also likely to facilitate entry to breign countries. TOURIST RESORT Mexico's net income from the tourist trade last year was 5612.1 million up million from 1969. The country is served by 30 international and two domestic airlines and Mexico is busy increasing the number of routes these earners may fly. Aerial photo shows Acapulco which has 21 hotels and condomm.ums for tounsts under construction with a price tag of more than million. W Mexico seeks to allay fears Fishing paradise in La Tourists' stomachs tricky Linjeflyg, Sweden's domestic airline, has inaugurated flights to Gallivare, centre of the col- orful Lapp traditions, sports fishirg aid iron mining some 50 milts north of the Arctic Circle. GallivEre, within the magic realm of the Midnight Sun, is in the centre of all the natural wonders of Northern Scandi- navia fishing, mountain climbing, hiking and camping among the unspoiled rivers, lakes and mountainous national parks of Sweden's northerly province of Norrbotten. Bush pilots in Gallivare fly fishing parties to rich waters where angling for salmon trout, char and grayling if among the best in the North The pilots also offer spectacu- By GORDON GRANT most common nickname A couple of crackdowns by po- Monlezuma's Revenge while j lice have revealed that some m ._ ___1 t UWf> tclp rm-. TI IS IMUIlieiUiiia a .in- f'b1-' _ _ MEXICO CITY (CP) Be-jt'hc Aztcc Two-Step and the companies were selling fore visiting Mexico the tourist is inundated with advice on what to eat and what not to eat; what drinks he should avoid and how to behave. The bulk of this information is directed not so much at the pal- ate as at the stomach which tends to act strangely in this country of almost 50 million people. Mefico is its ability to get visitors to the bathroom. Attacks of diarrhea and stom- ach cramps usually last a cou- ple of days, but have become so much a part of a Mexican holi- day that they've attracted nick- names and even tourist bro- chures discuss them. Alliene back for Klondike Palace show Allienc Flannery. the jesty hefty who rattled the rafters in Edmonton Exposition's Klon- dike Palace last year, will be back for K-Days '71, July 22- 31. In the 1970 Palace show Al- liene today's version of Sophie Tucker was with the Mickie Finns. This time around the girl with the gravel throat will be headlining two nightly Klondike Palace shows, and p.m. j.I.s are sometimes used. Mexi- cans, knowing that visitors are susceptible to whatever causes Jie problems, have their own name, turista. Pharmacists, knowingly and usually with sympathy, readily prescribe tablets and medicines to help overcome the turista. CURSE OP VISITORS This is Mexico, a visitor's pocket guide published in Mex- ico City, devotes a whole page to the curse of visitors. It says a lot of the trouble "can be in the mind." "Remember that any change of habit, food, or water chemi- cal anywhere can produce the same effect, even within your j own country from place to; place." A Canadian resident of Mex- ico said what a visitor eats probably isn't important. "You're probably going to Ret hit anyway, so why not enjoy j the local food" he asked. "In that way. at least when you do get sick you've had a good time. His outlook is n little extreme. Hotels, tacitly admitting that Mexico's water is suspect, sup- j ply t'istilled water for drinking. It's a good idea to clean your teeth in distilled water, too. There's no doubt that un- cooked food should be avoided. Fruits which can't be peeled should also be discarded. The distilled water business has had its troubles with un- scrupulous operators apparently not caring for the inner work- ings of the stomach. water as distilled water. Agustin Olachea. head of the Mexican tourist bureau, said that blaming the water in Mex- ico for upset stomachs was "a black plague hung upon us." However, he said Mexicans going to Canada suffer the same symptoms and nobody claims Canada's water is a problem. lar sightseieng flights to Scan- dinavia's highest mountains nearby. Before leaving Canada you should make sure your pass- port is valid beyond the period of your trip. The Passport Of fice also strongly recommends that, before leaving Canada arrangements be made for for warding additional funds in case they are required. If you intend to work in the country being visited, a work permi' should be obtained from the country prior to entry. Travellers should acquain themselves with the vaccina tion requirements and recom mendations of countries which they propose to visit by con acting their travel agent or ransportation company. For re-entry to Canada, the travel er will require a valid Inter national Certificate of Vac i n a t i o n or Revaccination against smallpox. Dependin on the countries visited, certi ficates could also be require for cholera and-or [ever. This should be confirm cd before departure from Can ada by a local Medical Healt Officer in the traveller's com munity or at an office of th Medical Services Branch of th Department of National Healt and Welfare. If ycu are a Canadian citize born abroad, or your paren were born abroad or were n; tionals of a foreign countrj you are warned that you be considered by the govern ment o{ your birth or descen to be a national of that coui try although, by law of Ca ada, you are a Canadian ci 600 trips to moon On the 12th Air France's anniversary o first zen. Canadian women marrie to aliens may be similarly i fected. If you are in one these categories rememb that, when you are within t jurisdiction of those countrie you are subject to their flight this past month, the line reported its Caravelle fleet had carried almost 30 passengers 286 miles. equivalent to COO round trips to the moon a lot of flying for the sturdy twin-engined jet. aravelle the regulations. You m therefore not be exempt fro any obligations imposed by HONG KONG law, including vice-pre Such citizens of the trips the Consular left her ying of External visit to main 1 to last abou damping ndustry growing More than 200 leaders in the st growing camping indus- convened for the first an- ual American Camping Con- ress m Chicago recently to scuss government and pri- ate sector co-operation in osting America's 50 nu'Uion ampsrs during the seventies. The Congress was eonduct- d by the Family Camping cderation. The delegates registered rom throughout the United tales, Canada and Mexico, card industry and govem- lent leaders challenge them o stay ahead of the fastest lowing industry in the U.S. conorny. D a r r e 11 Booth, Billings, Tont., president of Kamp- 'lounds of America Inc., re- wrted that private campsites re growing at die rate oj ibout 10 per cent a year. "In 1969, total private camp- itcs jumped by and oOO were added in Booth aid. "But tlu's increase still does not keep pace with the of camper population n the U.S. Nearly 50 million Americans will go camping uiis year, representing a 500 per cent growth for the indus- ry in the past decade." To keep pace with consumer demands, the KOA system now numbers 525 campgrounds open or under construction in North America, Booth repcrt- ed. "Our goal is by the end of 1975. By the close of X971 we expect there will be more KOA campsites than in the National Parks and in the U.S. Forest Service areas corn- Record tourist season for Nfld. By JAMES H. IIUSSEY Canadian Press Correspondent ST. JOHN'S, Nfld. (CP) Newfoundland is looking for- ward to its most successful tourist season this summer. With two extra CN ferries on the Cabot Strait run between North Sydney, N.S'., and Port aux Basques, Nfld., and the in- troduction this summer of 108 additional seats on Air Canada's daily incoming flights, travel- ling facilities to the province have been greatly improved. In addition there is ship serv- ice three times weekly by the CN ferry Ambrose Shea from North Sydney to Argentia, Nfld. The Newfoundland and Labra- dor Tourist Development Of- fice's annual report said tourists spent almost mil- lion in the province in 1970, an increase of more than 30 per cent over the previous year. Just over 40 per cent of the tourists were former Newfound- landers visiting relatives while those on general vacations ac- counted for 38 per cent. The re- mainder were hunters, fisher- men and people on business and pleasure trips. Of the million left behind by the tourist it is estimated that almost ?19 million was spent on transportation and million on accommoda- tion. Hunting produced almost million, fishing million, gasoline sales and garage serv- ices million, parks camp sites million. and Empress res to cut ident and col- New York Speedway grows in U.K.popularity Speedway is now among Britain's fastest growing sports As well as regular fix- tures between the 36 teams in tbe two divisions of the Speed- way League, Britain is staging several important interna- tional events this year. They include the Western Nordic- British final of the World C h a m p i o nship at Hampden Park, Glasgow, July 30; the European final at London's Wembley Stadium on August 21; a series of international matches; and the British League Riders' Championship at Belle Vue, Manchester, on October 16. Next year, the World Championship is being held at Wembley in Septem- MONTHEAL-CP Ships has announced the Empress of Canada will operate a special transatlantic sailing from. Southampton to New York next December at fares 20 per cent below thrift season tariff rates. The Empress will depart Southampton at p.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 14, after its an- nual overhaul and will arrive at New York at a.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 21. The sailing is expected to at- tract Americans and C a n a- dians returning for Christmas and U.K. travellers planning to stay aboard the Empress for its first Caribbean cruise, pn 11-day voyage from Dec. 23 until Jan. 3, 1S72, visiting St. Thomas, Guadeloupe, Barba- dos and St. Maarten. ANTIQUE AUCTION COMING TO LETHBRIDGE SEE OUR AD ON PAGE IS EATO N'S Convenient Cottage Set Comes Complete-Ready for Quick, Easy Installation TRAVELLING WITH US MAKES A WORLD WHEREVER YOU WANT TO GO WE'LL GET YOU THERE! THE CAREFREE EASY WAY! Lawson's Offer A Complete Selection of "ESCORTED TOURS" of "EASTERN" and "WESTERN" EUROPE "telhbridgc's Most Experienced Travel Agents" R LAW8ON TRAVEL OFFICES COAST-TO-COAST Marquis Hotel Bldg. Phone 327-4094 or 328-3000 SPECIAL 99 99 Now you can bring some of the conveni- ences of the city right into your Summer Cot- tage. This set is easy to install yourself. The Shower Stall measures 30 x 30 inches and can be located wherever there's a water supply. The cabinet is made from heavy gauge steel with porcelain base. Includes adjustable shower head, chromium-plated handles, soap dish and shower curtains. The wall hung style china basin with shelf back is made from stain re- sistant vitreous china. Set comes complete with washdown toilet and seat. While only. 8" Centre-Set Faucet Has Spray Attachment Special The single faucet lets you mix hot and cold water to desired temperature and let run while going about other things. Plus spray. Double Sink Value in Stainless Steel ,39-99 Special VW fedge back double bowl sink approx. 21 x 32 x 7" deep. Anti-spill rim, 3-hole drill on 8" centre. Bowl approx. 14 x Bathroom Vanity Cabinet with Pretty Formica Top Stainless Steel Sink in Single Bowl Style Special 74.99 Special .99 Top finished in marble-grained formica. Cabinet body in antiqued white. With lavender porcelain on steel vanity basin and sot of taps. Size approx. Approx. 21 x 24 x 7V4" deep. Anti-spill rim. 3 hole drill on 8" centres. back. Taps at extra cost. BUY LINE 328-8811 SHOP TONIGHT 'TIL 9; SATURDAY STORE HOURS 9 a.m. to p.m. ;