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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 17, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, July 17, 1970 Saskatchewan Northland Where The Fishing Action Is! Saskatchewan is one provinc where the fishing is just it way the tourist brochures de scribe it. It sounds exagger aled and it is! Thirty poun lake trout, 25 Ib. northern piki 16 !b. rainbow trout, walley from five to eight pounds you'll not only catch them you'll get tired just haulin them into the boatl The province's northland where the action is. From th 53 degree parallel on upwarc there isn't a lake that doesn' offer some of the best fresh water fishing in the world. Ath abasca, Deschambault, Lac L Ronge, Dore, Reindeer, these are just a few of the 100, 000 lakes and rivers you have to choose from. Good all-weath er roads win take you to many of the best; others you reach by airplane. Either way, it's worth the trip as thousands o North American anglers will testify. PIKE, PICKEREL ABUNDANT For pike, you can cast your line almost anywhere and hook a lunker. This spectacular fight- er is found in lakes and streams from one end of the province to the other. Some fishermen, however, swear by the big waters along the eastern Han- son Lake Road-Pelican Nar- rows, Dupuis, Jan, Descham- bault, while others call the Churchill Biver system pike paradise. Average size of this voracious fighter varies from lake to lake with 20 to 30 pounders not un- common in northern fly-in lakes. Last year's champion pike in the Saskatchewan Ang- lers Derby was a 32-lb. 8-oz. qjecimen landed from the Gei- kie River. For walleye, you have just as much scope. Four out of five of the waters you'll hit will yield strings of these golden- hued favorites. Green Lake, which is easily accessible to motoring fishermen, is one ex- cellent source of this famed table delicacy even in the hot mid-summer months when they head down deep. Another lake famous for walleye is Lloyd Lake in the far north. GRAYLING IN NORTH The prized Arctic grayling are found only in the cold, un- disturbed waters of the far north. A spirited acrobat, the grayling makes a superb sports fish. Dry files are the most pop- ular lure used and early fall is considered the best fishing sea- son. The rapids of streams along the Fond du Lac, Black Birch, Cree and Heindeer riv- ers are among the favorite haunts. Trophy-sized lake trout also prefer the cold, clear waters of ihe far north although Little Sear Lake, Kingsmere and Lac La Ronge, farther south, are rated as prime trout areas. To- ward mid-summer, trout go down deep and trolling for this coveted prize is a thrilling challenge. In the spring and 'all, light casting or spinning ackle is sufficient when the rout is in shallower waters. Twenty and thirty pound catches are not uncommon and he provincial record is a 51 Ib. 0 oz'er caught in Kingsmere jake. For even more angling var- ety, the fisherman can go after ainbow, brook and brown trout locked in several streams and akes along the lower Hanson Road. Rainbow as heavy s 10 to 16 pounds are caught 1 Piprell Lake each season: Catching trophy-sized fish is only part of the thrill of the orthland. The scenery m fact, s reason enough .to go there, ugged, majestic, unspoiled, his vast area is one of the most beautiful in Canada. Un- amed forests of spruce and clear blue lakes jnposing Precambrian outcrop- ings rushing rivers, gentle a land made-to- Romans Angered At Pollution Of Famous Beaches R9ME (AP) Pollution Is forcing Italians to abandon beaches that for years'have at traded vacationers from the world. Romans who used to flock to nearby beaches by the hundreds of thousands for weekends am for July and August vacations are angry. And tourist organiza- tions with an eye to Italy's yearly take from foreign visitors are worried. Rome newspapers, campaign- ing for something to be done about it, 'put the blame on refuse from the Tiber River and oil spills from offshore tankers. Garbage from Rome and in- dustrial towns along the Tiber pours into the sea at Ostia in the centre of the 60-mil.e string of beadles close to Rome. The sands are smeared and the sea is thick with oil from tankers unloading off the fishing port of Fiuminicino, just north of Ostia on the Tyrrenian coast. The deep blue of the Mediter- ranean used to change to emer- ald green along the beaches and was considered ideal bathing Emigrant Fares Filipinos travelling as emi- grants to the United States or Canada may now take advan- tage of specially reduced air fares. Japan Air Lines has in- troduced new rates for persons flying with passports valid for emigration from Manila to points in North America. water. But the water now is the color of pea soup, and in many places just as thick. WONT BATHE "People just aren't going into the water this one Ostia beach attendant complained. "They'll sit on the sand in the sun, but they won't even let the kids go wading." Home is only spotlighting a more widespread problem. The beautiful Bay of Naples also is slowly becoming fouled by oil and garbage. The famous la- goon at Venice is being polluted by waste from the Port Margh- era industrial development on the nearby mainland. Newspapers have estimated that 70 per cent of Italy's miles of coastline are becoming polluted. But the 60 miles of Roman beaches from Santa Marinella to Anzio are hsted among the 13 per cent of the coastline that health authorities bave warned may be danger- ously polluted. Rome provincial health au- thorities said there was no sign yet of an increase in hepatitis x typhoid from the bathing. 3ut they advise caution. And many doctors have told their patients to stay out of the water. Legislation now before a Se- nate public works commission is aimed at doing something about he situation. However, it would ake years and vast expendi- ures to clean the beaches and do away with the sources of pol- ution. Following Beethoven Trail Takes 3 -Hour Bus Tour VIENNA (AP) People cele- brating Ludwig van Beethoven's 200th birthday are finding it takes a 314-hour bus tour to fol- low the Beethoven trail in Vi- enna. The reason: The composer changed his address 69 times in the 35 years he lived here. This Blue Danube city has an abun- dance of houses bearing plaques testifying that "Beethoven lived here." The city of Vienna arranged the bus tours to mark the bicen- tennial. Guides attended special classes conducted by a music historian. They must speak English or French as well as German. The bus tour, starting from City Hall Square at p.m. daily, costs 30 schillings Beethoven was 17 when he ar- rived from Germany for the first time in 1787. He wanted to study with Joseph Haydn, but did not stay with him, as Ms mother died and he had to re- turn home. He returned in 1792 and re- mained m Vienna until his death in 1827. order for memorable outdoor vacations. Resort facilities are scattered throughout this otherwise un- touched area. Complete outfit- ting services, flv-in facilities. g and services, guides are fly-in facilities, available every major lake. Serviced campgrounds are also scattered right up to road's end. Luxury, Comfort Aloft On Garden Jets Four traditional Japanese trees are being used by Japan Air Lines to individualize the four cabins of its 747 Garden Jets. They are wisteria in first class. ar.d ia the three econo- my sections, wild orange, pine and maple. Kimono with cor- responding patterns worn by a stewardess in each1 cabin also reflect this motif. Choices of eight types of wine are available on the Garden Jets. Six are French, one is Californian and the other is sake, Japanese rice wine. A votre sante, cheers and kam- pai! Eighteen cabin attendants are being assigned to each of Hie Garden Jets. Of .these, ten are girls, four of whom wear kimono throughout the flights. Inflight movies on tlw Gar- den Jets feature eitlwr West- ern or Japanese films with separate sound tracks in both English and Japanese. On Scooter Girls Help Tourists A new service for tourists in Dublin is being operated by an oil firm for a nine-week trial period through to the end of August. If it proves successful, it is expected that it will be in- troduced to Cork next year. Under the scheme, a number of girls, each of whom can speak at least two foreign languages, patrol the capital on motor scooters and offer help to visit- ors, whether motorists or on "oot, who are in need of as- sistance. flights to Tokyo short introduc- tory film on Japan is also shown. Ten channels of audio entertainment are also av able. Window-shopping aloft Specially designed carts with display windows have been placed on the Garden Jets to be used for inflight sales of jewelry, perfume, tobacco and bottled liquor on international flights. 4 Hot Japanese liors d'oeuvres and western delicacies are being served to passengers fly- ing on Japan Air Lines 747 Gar- den Jets. Among the Japanese offerings are ginger, broiled :ilet of sole, boiled shrimp and soba, a form of Japanese noo- dles. This marks the first time JAL has served heated hors d'oeuvres on its flights. i English Nannies Voyage On A mid-summer vacation in Disneyland, a trained nanny to mind the children, and a romantic ocean voyage arc all >art of P and O's Golden State >uise. Departing Vancouver August 7, the liner Arcadia eaves traffic problems and city mog far behind as she sails the open sea to California. Specially trained English nan- iles mind the children while nother and dad enjoy games on 'eek, a swim in the pool or just elaxating in the sun. Arcadia's first port of call is lan Diego. Then the vessel moves on for three full tseeing in Los A lays of ngeles. There's another call at San Francisco before returning to Vancouver August 16. In addition to the efficient, friendly nannies on board, there is also a cabin steward to serve breakfast in bed, if that is your wish; a gourmet menu every day; with dancing and special parties each evening at sea. Special family rates are avail- able. SOUTHERN TRANS- CANADA SHORT, SCENIC ALL PAVED ON'S Get Wide-A wake Values at Sealy Sleep Sale ,v, vex x .V .a v v< Firm Guard Unit. 312 coil mattress for luxury sleeping, 2 needle scroll quilted wM. tape sewn edge and plastic handles and vents. Vertical prebuilt borders. Matching box spring with corner guards. and Box Spring or 4 4 Q QA or Box Spring. SPECIAL, tach 59.95 ______e 5'0" x 4 CQ QC SPECIAL 2pce. set King size 6'6" x 80" 1 mattress, 2 box springs. ft QC SPECIAL 3 pee. jet ScrollQuilt'BestGuard' Golden Guard by Sealy Twin Size Ensemble 252 coil mattress features single needle scroll quilt and tape sewn edfies for longer wear. Box spring has plain border with corner guards. Mattress and Box or QQ size. SPECIAL unil Mattress or Box Spring. SPECIAL tach 49.95 Queen size 60" x 80" mattress and box spring. SPECIAL 2 pce. Kine Size 78" x 80" mattress and 2 box springs. SPECIAL 3 pc.. 199.95 510 coil mattress. Resilient yet firm with multi needle imlf., to Sealy foam for surface cushioning. High quality ticking. Jumbo welt tape sewn edge. Matching box spring has tape sewn edge. Mattress or Box TO or size. SPECIAL each H Queen Size Unit S'O" x 80" and box spring. SPECIAL 2 pet. 219.95 King Size 6'6" x 80" mattress and 2 box springs, 39" x SPECIAL 3 pet. stt 319.95 252 coil mattress has scroll quilted top, vertical pre- built borders. Box spring has 63 coils with tape sewn edges. High quality Turquoise ticking. Ensemble comes complete with mattress and box spring, nhoice of deep tufted clastic headboard maple 01 walnut plus frame. SPECIAL tomplttt Furniturt, Second Floor Shop Eaton's Saturday from 9 a.m. 'til p.m. Buy Line 328-8811. ;