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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta After the young Rhine has lassed through Lake Constance, rushes around the southwest- n corner of Germany and wads north. Follow its course. Discover the vestiges of a Move Afoot To Save The Hula HONOLULU (AP) A move- ment is afoot to save the hula s a pure dance form before it ies with its masters. But not the frenzied, hip-shak- mg Little Grass Shack version B.C. Power Project Tours Resumed CAMERA'S TARGET Camera fans cluster around a Royol Canadian, Mounted Po- liceman in front of Canadian Pavilion at Expo 70, Osaka, Japan. The popular Mourrfies are the for thousands of "happy camera bugs" daily. Canadian Pavilion A 'Must' For Visitors What They Say About Us Canada's pavilion at Expo 70 In Osaka, Japan, is described by independent observers as "the most, successful of .the in- terntftional pavilions, as a con- vincing portrait of a wonderful land .'inhabited by a wonderful people, as an absolute master- piece of national presentation." Panels of experts rate the Ca- nadian pavilion as the only foreign pavilion which every- one must see even if there are wry long line-ups. Following are excerpls from many Japanese publications whose writers are on the scene regularly and what they are saying about Canada's contri- bution to Expo 70: Daily Paper, AsoH Shimbun bun "the three pavilions on the site attracting tie island group, "our tourist trade will dry up and all of us will take a reduction in our standard of living." "Money spent by visitor! Is really the Backbone of our econ- omy, Wilkinson noted. Bermuda lies considerably north of the Caribbean, but Wilkinson pointed put that most tourists associate it with the is- lands to the south. Thus racial and nationalist unrest in Puerto Rico, Trinidad and other islands has cut into Bermudas tourist trade as well. The department of tourism and trade development revealed that, despite a slight increase in tourist arrivals for the first four months of 1970 over the pre- vious year, there was a drop of 3.2 per cent for March and April, when Bermuda usually does its biggest business. Chris' Commanders When Columbus set sail In 1492, lie was in command of the Santa Maria; the Pinta was commanded by Martin Pinzon and the Nina by Vincente Pin- zon. The German Wine Road In Jw Rhineland Palatinate links many places that constitute ving wine legend. Wine on Ow Moselle, Saar and Ruwer, wine in the roman- c valley of the Nahe river, on M Ahr and, of course, also on Rhine itself. The most im ressive view of the Rhine is rom the deck of an excursion joat. Sail from Mainz past Eltville Rudesheim, Bingea, Kaub, Ob erwesel, St. Goar, Boppard tc Coblenz famous names all Proud castles beckon from he mountains and, in romantii little towns, inns invite you ti a merry interlude. In Bonn, the capital of the federal Republic of Germany wig van Beethoven wa >orn. Cologne awaits you tw housand years young with vas art treasures and a world fa mous cathedral. Dusseldorf recommends 1 self as an elegant centre of fa shion, with a lively old town A huge industrial area extend rom here to Duisburg, Esse and all the way to Dortmund. Evergreen Peak Travellers intrigued by phe- nomena will be impressed wit he evergreen peak of the Bore Hill near Trebenice in centr Bohemia. The' top of this nea ly hill is alway jreen, even when the slopes be- low it are under snow. The re, son: vapors as hot as f degrees Fahrenheit rise from cracks in the ground and be seen clearly in frosty weati er. VIOLENCE HAS ALWAYS BEEN NECESSARY. BUCK PANTHERS. What has while America to fear from the Black Panthers? Are the militant young men who give thousands of children free breakfasts also dedicated to violent revolution? Weekend Magazine's William Spencer travelled to Pan- thers' California headquarters to find out. In Saturday's issue he reports on what the Black Panthers are doing to give, as their slogan runs, "All power to the IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINI KT, (f fj) Trw-bndi TdnhM Syitw En Lethbridge, when p dial direct, you can reach Sorrento in'seconds! Mamma mia I'm a-askin' what will those telephone people think of next? Well we ean't promise you ODD to Sorrento, Italy, but If it's Sorrento, B.C., Direct Dis- tance Dialing is as simple as calling your next door neighbour. All you do Is dial '1' the area code, then the phone number you want and presto! You've made your connection! In Alberta In Canada across North America, economical ODD only takes seconds. (Cans within Alberta: just dial 1', then the phone ALBERTA GOVERNMENT TELEPHONES ;