Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
20 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAIO Tueiday, Manh 24, 1970---------------------------------------------- Veteran Fair-Goer Expected To Compare Expo 67 And 70 OSAKA (CP1 veteran I land connected it and hiilarie bulldozing a bamboo grove in' fair-new will inevitably m Eke lie Sle. Helen with ciownlovvn [the Weak Sciiri Hills nira miles j between Expo 67 in j Mintrcal by a ccmputer-cpcr-: from downtown Osaka. I Montreal thce Years sgo ar.d'a'.od transit lino and built Today they have an SB-acre; Expo '70 -WVs "first fair' acre Expo 67 en the sile. site filled with strangely-shaped in Ihe suburbs of this Japanese! A mcnlh before electronic won-; industrial citv fair opened the Japai'.ese began ders. 1------------------------------Expo '70, in a saucer-shaped Both faii-s had central themes and opened at important times in each country's history. Canada. witl'i the Man and his World. reached the centenary of Confederation ar.d was locking forward to another 100 years. Expo '70 has the theme Prog- ress and Harmony for Mankind. II opened after" 25 years oi growing prosperity, with Japan, now 19th in world's standard of living, heading higher in Ihe 1970s. But there are relatively sin all but discordant vclces in Japan. Radical groups have demon- strated against Expa '70 al- though their main aim is the Expo-backing Japanese govern- ment anil renewal r.e.xt June of the United Stales-Japan secu- rity treaty. Some quai'iers fear growing I affluence will fcrce Ihe Japa-' nese into the materialistic ways I of the West. Both fairs have been engi- neering achievement'. MADE AS ISLAM) Canadians (Jumped millions o! tens cf fill into the Si. Lawrence River lo make an artificial is- depression with artificial lakes in the centre, lias four gates alI Ihe compass points ar.d visitors' come by car, bus, tte Expo Ex- press from downtown Osaka or the Har.kyu Railway. At Montreal Canada had Us wlute-rcofed pavilion resem- bling ice blocks and its yakima- vik or Eskimo meeting-place. But Osaka has gone farther in fanciful shapes. The Soviet pa- vilion from above looks like a scaly dragon surmounted by a neon hammer and sickle 300 feet high. One building is .1 giant flying saucer and many pavilions like Ihe Ur.ited Slates use plastic covering supported by internal air pressure. The Montreal fair, opening in late April, was well landscaped. The early fair-goer at Osaka.1 regarding Jtpan as the land of Ihe cherry blossom, is struck by Ihe look here, rot realiz- returm'J. from II months in Africa, is shown making a point ilur- iiig an interview over a New York radio station. HP saiii he oiilil wage a "struggle again- funny paper hats End shopping ing Japan's fair opened a month earlier than Montreal's. Except for Uteir color, the! crowds look Ihe same. They about, as did witlij st the poison of drugs in the black community." SQUIRE MOBILE HOMES "CANADA'S NO. 1 CHOICE" Immediate Delivery, low Down Payments! "WE ACCEPT All iiLiiTrn nnunirn LETHBRIDGE UNITED RAMBLER FERNIE, B.C. bag 5 filled with brochures and gOGdies they have picked up at the pavilions. Most wear West- ern dress. IN HOSPITAL I 1 IRON' SPRINGS U1.NS) jNick Yalowega has been a pa-' j tienl in Ihe Picture Butle Hos- Ipital. Boyle's Column HAL BOYLE NEW YORK (AP) Things a columnist might r.cver know ii he didn't open his mail: Mothers between the ages of 16 and 35 are least likely to give birth to abnormal babies. The average is about one in 100. The figures are two in 100 for molliers under 1C or over 3S. Or.e river that appears to be winning the bat He against pol- lution is London's waterway, the Thames. Half a century ago it had become so foul no fish were left in it. But within the last year, thanks to purifi- cation measures, 42 kinds oi fish have been caught in the Tliames. If you boiled away a cubic mile'of sea water, you'd get a residue of tons of salt. And if you have high blood pressure, that's exactly Ions more than your dcctor would want you to use at your dinner table. Stubborn: The llama, Scuth America's boast of burden, can be even rr.crc obstreper- ous than the mule or the cninel. If more than 1C( pounds is loaded on it, it will bite, kick or spit at its (Jiiver or simply sag to the ground and lie there groaning. Sh-h-h: It ain't just the hett or the humanity that's gelling civilized people the sounds they make. Sxne ei- perts estimate that millions of U .S. industrial employees work at jobs that threaten to damage their that the world's volume of noise is doubling every 10 years. Household hint: Save the water in potatoes have been boiled and soak tar- nished silverware in 11 for an hour. Then wash and dry the silverware in the usual anrt sec how it gleams! Shooting stars that flash acrcss the sky at night may startle you with their bril- liance, hut most of these flam- ing visitors from space are small-often no larger than J pebble or a grain ctsand. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC 5th SI. S. Ph. 3M-4WS Abovt Melropolitan TIGER TAMER All in a day's work is Ihis lifling feat by animal handier Siegfreid Wieser who is a member of the Swiss National Circus. He is carrying his tiger, on his shoulders. The big cat weighs in at more than 500 pounds. Calgary Finn Wins Contract OTTAWA (CP) A contract has been awarded to a Calgary firm for construction of a pest office at Crossfield, Aita., 2o miles north of Calgary, the works department an- nounced today. The successful firm is Dun- ord Construction Ud., which submitted the lowest of 12 bids. The one-storey building, mea- suring 37 by 26 (cot, will bo of concrete block cciislruclion, and I provide square feet o! not usable space. University Chairman BRANDON' (CP) L. D. 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