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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 9, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 1HE LFIHBRIDGE HERAID Friday, June 9, 1972 Enjoy Alberta's Rockies any time of the year FAMOUS BEAUTY SPOT Lake louiss is known throughout' tho world for ils magnificent mountain selling. The poppies shown in the pholo are also a trademark of the gardens surrounding the Chateau. Photo Beach vacations demand hot summery days; skiing holidays call for snow-covered hills. But a visit to the Rocky Mountains of Alberta can be en- joyed any time. The mountains arc just as big and beautiful in June or September as they are in July and August, but tho crowds are smaller. Most of the summer tourist attractions and facilities aru open during the months around the peak summer season. The entire Alberta Rocky Mountain region is a recrea- tional paradise for the trail rider, climber, hiker, rock- hound or fisherman. And if all you want to do is commune with nature, you can do that too. The scenery is spectacular and there's lots of it. National, provincial, and even one International park help to conserve the natural beauties and ward off civiliza- tion. Banff and Jasper National Parks, in Alberta, adjoin each other and Kootenay and Yoho Parks in British Columbia, to cover an area of mare -than square miles. Together, they form one of the largest wildlife preserves in the world. Deer, bighorn sheep, elk, bear, coyote and smaller animals abound. In the southwestern corner of the province, Waterton Lakes National Park combines with Glacier National Park In Mon- tana to form Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park. Sight-seeing bus tours selling out from the village of Banff, Lake Louise or Jasper, are plentiful. Cablccar tours, pro- viding striking photographic Tve always wanted a sports car. But I really need a truck" he new Sport ruck All you really need is a new Datsun Sportruck. It's still North America's number one imported pickup. Only more so now. Up front, there's an all-new cab wilh crisp GT styling. Inside, a cushy, angled seat that's as comfortable as sin. Wilh two inches more strefch space for [eggy types. And a sexy instrument pane) lhat looks like it wassiolen from our24Q-Z. (It Take comfort, too, in a slightly longer wheelbase and new cab mounting for sedan-like smoothness. Plus an improved, high capacity heater and flow-through ventilation. But behind that pretty face, it's still a Dalsiin. Same rugged suspension. Same eager, rally-winning engine. Same quick gear-box, same big cargo box. Think of the possibilities. You can haul fence posts to the back forty. Haul your camperto the lake. Haul yourlady to the dance. All in the same sweet rig. Datsun Sportruck. It's all you really need. Datsun it all you really need. views, are also available. Tourists, who prefer to do their own driving, may want to take advantage of the auto tape tours. Tapes and recorders can be rented in Banff or Jasper. Tapes tell motorists what they are seeing, as they see it, from their automobiles. Synchroniza- tion of sight and sound is ac- complished when cars are driv- en at suggested speeds. The aulo tape1 tours are avail- able for sightseers travelling in either direction between Banff and the Columbia Icefields, and between the latter spot and the town of Jasper. The Banff- Jasper Highway, called the Co- lumbia Icefield Highway, from Lake Louise north, is one of the world's most scenic roads. Tho Columbia Icefields, a 130 square mile remnant of the Ice Age lying astride the Continental Divide, is located at the south- ern end of Jasper National Park. Golf enthusiasts will find both beauty and challenge in the Al- berta Rockies. Courses in the national parks are well situated and planned. Each tee-off at the Jasper Park Lodge Golf Course is lined up with a famous moun- tain peak. The Banff course is laid out along the picturesque Bow River. The Totem Pole Golf Tournament, open to al amateur golfers, will be held this year from September 3 to 6 at Jasper. Sports fishing Is a year-roum activity, although certain trou' streams are closed in alternat< years to allow for natural rep- roduction. Fish include trout Rocky Mountain whitefish, Arc tic grayling, northern pike perch, walleye and goldeyc. Hiking is a favorite mountain activity. Maps, outlining routes of various lengths and diffi- culty, are available at park in- formation centres. In Banff, one short trail leads to the top of Tunnel Mountain overlooking the village and the Bow River Valley. A two-mile walk from the Lake Louise shoreline leads to Mirror Lake and a charming mountain teahouse. Accommodation in the Alber- ta Rockies ranges from primi- tive camping facilities, to lux- KLM Jet Shop aloft offered MONTREAL High level i Include packing, surface mal shopping on board KLM air- cralt has become possible for a wide range of articles most of wliich are typically Dutch. Delft Biueware, Dutch and Fri- sian clocks (not antique, by tho pewter, silver miniatures and other articles and dolls in Dutch costume. Illustrated fold- ers issued on board also list watches, travelling clocks, lighters, wallets and even mod- els of KLM aircraft. AH prices, which range from for a sugar scoop to more than for a Frisian clock, postage and insurance. Yet thi prices quoted are not liighei than those in an average retai) shop in The Netherlands. Orders are indicated on an order-form included in the fold- er, and' are to be mailed by the passenger himself, with a cheque or postal money-order, in an envelope pre-addrcssed to KLM's Jet Shop, P.O. Box 62007 in Rotterdam. The KLM Jet Shop is intend- ed mainly for passengers who did not have an opportunity to buy gifts or souvenirs in Hol- land. New hotel ury hotels, such Springs, Prince of for in 1973 Prague PRAGUE Tills city's new Intercontinental hotel is to open in the first quarter of 1973, The hotel, which has been as Banff Wales at Waterton, and Jasper Park Lodge, with almost everything in between. Each of the na- tional parks has three types of campsites serviced, semi- serviced and primitive. A serviced campground has a full-lime caretaker, and some- times a matron in attendance. Facilities generally include electricity, plumbing, laun- dries, showers and sewer con- nections for trailers. A semi-serviced campgrounc has part-time supervision and provides kitchen s h e 1 ters, stoves, fuel, water and toilets. The primitive campground, usually inaccessible by car, may have only tables, toilets and fireplaces, and sometimes a shelter with water from a nearby stream. There is a motor vehicle fee of for entry into Alber- ta's national parks. Trailers cost extra. The permits ZOO actors iners the subject of argument be- good for enUre tween lovers oi modern and traditional architecture, faces onto the Vltava River In the city's Old Town and is close to the Old Town Square, theaters and concert halls. Limited In height to nine stor- eys (no North American style high rise buildings aro per- mitted in central the hotel will be fully air-condi- tioned, have 405 rooms, a gar- age for 200 cars, an exchange office, cosmetics salon, wom- en's and men's hairdressing salons, newsstands and shop- ping centre. Businessmen will be able to make use of speciaf offices and stenographic ser- vices. SAN DIEGO, Calif. Cou- gars, tigers, leopards, grizzly bears and Umber wolves aro the stars of the new Wild Ani- mal Shows presented six times each weekend at the San Diego Zoo. The animals, stars of movies and television, are part of the entourage adopted by Pat and Ted Derby, husband-and-wife animal trainers. The troupe in- cludes such notables as Chaun- cey, the official Mercury auto- mobile tiger; Clyde, a jaguar who has appeared on the 'Lassie'' television series; Sweet William, an American black bear who is a veteran of several Walt Disney produc- tions; Silvester, a timber wolf who has also appeared on and Rijo, the largest Siberian tiger In the world. Rijo, who became famous as the Enco tiger, is 12 feet long and weighs over 700 pounds. The show itself is a mixture of animal performance, audi- ence participation, interesting anecdotes, humor and music The Derbys build their so-min- ute productions on a theme o: environmental awareness stressing respect and protection !or animals in Ihe wild. The animal shows developed out of their wild animal or- phanage in Buellton, Cal. Tor many years the Derbys have accepted and trained animals which have been orphaned or rejected by their natural par- ents. Also, some of their ani- mals were once the exotic pets of families who discovered they no longer could keep the matur- ing animals in their homes. The Derbys do not believe In taking an animal from ils nat- ural environment unless it is unable to survive without hu- man help. They call their meth- od of animal handling "affec- tion training." They operate on the premise that an animal which feels secure and loved will perform well, even under difficult circumstances. This is evidenced in the per- formances of the animals, es- pecially of Silvester, the limber wolf. One of Silvosler's "tricks" is to accept the hugs and kisses of 20 small cliildrcn. Silvester is 50 proud of his "perform- ance" that he always goes back for an encore somelimes twice! Package plan in the Bahamas Scuba diver special SAS quick reference timetable Scandinavian Airlines Is of- fering a handy ten-page quick reference free of charge, and full of helpful tra- vel information. The foMert style booklet is designed to fit neatly into the average shirt pocket Some of the features Include SAS schedules between North America and Europe, from April 1 through October 31, a surcharge calendar for the pe- riod clearly indicating the east and West-bound fare periods. A list of minimum and maximum stay provisions and a complete list of all fares between each SAS North Amerifan gateway including: Montreal, New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Seallle, Anchorge and most key Euro- pean cities. The timetable is free of charge, to those interested, at all Scandinavian Airlines of- fices or just for the asking at local travel agents ELEUTHRA, Bahamas i Divers are discovering an ex- panding new underwater area with the emergence of a pack- age plan for certified scuba divers at the Current Club, Eleuthra, Bahamas. A series of dive weeks has been scheduled, covering the remainder of 1972. The weeks will feature special prices, cov- ering all meals, accommoda- tions with double occupancy, all equipment except personal gear and regulators, and at least two dives per day. The packages are designed for seven days-, six nlghls, with live full diving days. The Current Club Is located nine miles from North Eleutlira Airport, served from Nassau with three daily flights via Oul Islands Airways, The diving package has been organized in co-operation with Underwater Tours of Nassau, one of the largest resort diving operations in the world. Under- water Tours President, Gard- ner Young, will conduct the dives. The firm provides boats, a small portable Cornelius com- 14th Century treasure unearthed in Bulgaria jressor and all equipment, in. eluding tanks. The dive weeks have been scheduled for the weeks start- ng June 18, July 16, August 6, August 20, September 24, Oc- ober 1, October 22, November 5, November 26 and Decem- jcr 10. Cost of the weeks has )een set at per person, double occupancy. If one of tha persons does not dive, the cost set at per week. For single occupancy and diving, the cost is per week. The package Is available to certified divers only. No in- structions will be given, and divers must provide their own regulators. SOFIA A large bronze ves- sel containing 320 grams (10 troy ounces) of gold and grams (113 troy ounces) of sil- ver bowls and jewelry was re- cently unearthed at Harman- luka near the Bulgarian town of Nikopol. Of special interest were ten large earrings of varying forms and fine ornamentation, exquis- ite examples of the goldsmith's craft. No less valuable was a set of silver vessels. There were also two finely ornament- ed open bracelets of interwoven gold wire. One gold coin dated back to the early llth century. The find also included two sil- ver bars, five round silver in- ots, dozens of sliver and gill uttons and various other kinds f jewelry. The hoard Is believed to have xen buried during the Otto- man invasion of the late 14tb century. CRACKER IN EYE HANOVER, Ont. (CP) A carelessly tossed firecracker glanced off the nose and lodged in the right eye of Peter Brill, 7. He snatched it away but suf- fered powder burns. After treat- ment he had to wear an eye patch though his sight was saved. A misconception Contrary to popular belief, a ship's captain is not empowered to perform the marriage cer- emony. But in the early days of sailing, when voyages took many months, and ports of call were few and far-between, the performance of such cer- emonies by a captain was usually recognized as valid. Home Recipe Plan Takes Off Ugly Fat There are more than 1200 Datsun dealers across Canada and the U.S.A. It's simple how quickly one may lose pounds of unsightly fat right in your own home. Make this home recipe yourself. It's easy, no trouble at all and costs little. Just go to your drugstore and aek for Naran. Pour this into a pint bottle and add enough grapefruit juice to fill the bottle. Take two tablespoonsful twice a day aa needed and follow the Naran Reducing Plan. If your first purchase docs not show you a simple easy way to lose bulky fat and help regain Blender mora graceful curves; If reducible pounds and inches of excess fat don't disappear from neck, chin, arms, abdomen, hips, calves and ankles just return the empty bottle for your money back. Follow this easy way en- dorsed by many who have tried this plan and help bring back al- luring curves and graceful slenderness. Note how quickly bloat much better you feel. More alive, youthful appearing and 300 SUNGLASSES to choose from AVAIIABIE IN YOUR RX AROUND THE WORLD 'LUXURY AIR CRUISE7 from Calgary 20th January, 1973 31 DAY TOUR 4 Continents and 9 A.M.A. Worid Travel Service 903 3rd Avo. S. IETHBR1DGE All INQUIRIES WELCOMEI Offica open Monday thru Saturday 9 a.m. 1o 5 p.n Parking ot ef Building ;