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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 LETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, October 5, 1973 Buy whatever you like to eat at Expo in 1974 SPOKANE Name it. you'll probably be able to buy whatever you like to eat at Expo '74 next year. Fish and chips, tacos. cotton candy, beuf bourguignonne. sirloin steaks. wienerschnitzel. tamales, spaghetti and meatballs, yorkshire pudding, blmtzes. peanuts, popcorn and cracker- jacks. And more things like beer, soft drinks, ice cream and candy. "We'll have a good cross section of international and American foods said Dean Guintoli, director of concessions. "We'll satisfy any taste." Expo officials set aside 000 square feet of space for concessionaires, who will feed most of the five million visitors expected between May 4 and Nov. 3. "Concessionaires really moved in fast to get Guintoli said. "As early as mid September we had sold all but square feet." on purchases You can save as much as 10 pc'r cent of the cost on purchases m Britain il you have your passport with vou. Some stores will sell you goods completely Iree of the new VAT sales lax All vou have to do is guarantee to take them with you within three months and show them to British customs before you depart II vou prefer, you can also avoid the tax bv hav- ing the goods sent direct to vour home or to the depar- ture airport or ship. Herald- Tra vel Soviet pavilion most spectacular PRE HOLIDAY ECIAL Pampers Disposable Diapers With custom lit laoes The complete diaper with no pins or plastic pants needed. Newborn fits 6 to 11 pounds each 1.39 Daytime 15's fits 11 to 23 pounds each Daytime 30's fits 11 to 23 pounds each Overnight for babies over 11 pounds each Toddlers for babies over 23 pounds each Extra Absorbent Daytime for babies over 12 pounds each .99 1.69 .99 1.19 1.69 Open Daily 9 a.m to 6 p.m. COLLEGE SHOPPING MALL Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. 2025 Mayor Migrath We reserve the right to limit quanlitiM. SPOKANE The pavilion ol the Soviet Union will probciblv be Hie most spec- tacular foreign exhibit ol the Expo '74 World's Fair here next vear. from Mav 4 to Nov will show everything our industries. our countryside, even our en- vironmental problems." said B V Kokorev. managing director ol the Soviet Expo ex- hibit "We are preparing several exhibits." he said. "All our arts will be shown, paintings bv contemporary artists and by artists from ancient times The Soviet pavilion covers 52.000 square feet, and it is the- largest of the foreign exhibits. It contains three cinema halls. Films will show e n vironmental problems of the USSR and be presented in laymen's language There will also be a Russian restaurant, on the Spokane nver. a mezzanine, and broad exhibits areas It will have a staff of about 200 people Snow is guaranteed at Austrian ski resort TORONTO At last a ski resort that guarantees snow! Lufthansa German Airlines will fly you there. Face lift for old Chateau QUKBICC CITY A million restoration program has been launched at Le Chateau Frontenac. The program, announced by Peter I) Price, general manager ol CP world- famous Quebec land- mark, will include the i ernodelling of 650 guest rooms and all convention lacililies. the creation ot three new bars three new restaurants, an entertainment centre and new shopping .ireas. installation of air- rnmlitionmg throughout the hotel and the renewal ot the heating, plumbing and electrical systems The restoration program is scheduled tor completion by the end of 1975 The major portion of the work, including ,ill the public areas of the hotel, will be finished bv Christmas. 1974 Innsbruck in Austria, site of the 1964 Olympic Winter Games has made a snow pledge. Snow for your Innsbruck ski holiday is un- conditionally guaranteed. This is how it works. Take a Lufthansa ski tour to Innsbruck. The snow pledge is exclusively for that famous winter resort. If the five local ski areas where the Olmpic ski races were held have un- satisfactory snow conditions, a bus at no extra cost will take you in 45 minutes through the famous Brenner Pass to the south side of the Alps. Here there is safe snow on the sunny slopes until late Spring. Then of course there is the magnificent Stubai Glacier region only 20 minutes by bus from Innsbruck. The valleys are for the beginners while the more advanced can ski on the only avalanche and crevasse free glacier iri Europe Here all arrangements have just been completed for year round skiing Innsbruck, a short distance from Munich and Salzburg is truly the sporting metropolis of the Tyrol. The city will host the Olmpic Winter Games again in 1976. The four adja- cent valleys offer more than 60 miles of ski Natural wonder of Caribbean The Baths ot Virgin Oorda perhaps the greatest of the Caribbean's natural wonders, are on the itinerary of prac- tically everyone who visits the British Virgin Islands. In this photograph by Jack N Oldham. the swimmer is dwarfed bv the giant size of the rocks that form the caves. Virgin ('.oak) i (he "Fat Virgin' I is one of some 40 islands, not counting islets and rockv out- crnppmgs. that make up the British Virgins The islands once the rclugc ol buccaneers cam such Iv names as Dead Chest Croat Thatch and Littk Th.itch form part ol the S.MIIC archipelago as the U.S Virgins and although British, use the 1' S dollar as legal lender This has caused B V I postage stamps to be sought liter philatelists all over i he The stamps have in US currency but the portiail ol Queen Klixabetli II Canadian entertainment groups to visit Expo Passport Photos Candid Picture Framing Photo Supplies A. E. CROSS STUDIO Phono 328-0111 710 3rd Aye. S. Phone 328-0222 IF YOU TAKE AWAY OUR LOW PRICES YOU'VE GOT A REGULAR DEPARTMENT STOR1 THE FINEST RETIREMENT AND RECREATIONAL COMMUNITY Blind Bay. B.C., Halfway bttwaan Calgary and Vaniawvar Trent-Canada moil a brechwm. Nama............................. A wide varielv ol Canadian bands, orchestras, choirs, and fiance groups will be going to Spokane. Wash., next summer to entertain visitors to Expo "74. the only world's fair scheduled for North America in the decade of the "70s. Croups that have already promised to take part in Expo '74 will come from both ends of the country and many points in between. The most distant group will come from Truro N S home of the Cobe- quid Educational Centre Symphonic Band It will play at Expo on July 1 and 2 BC will be represented by the Selkirk High School Rotary Band of Kimberley. 31. by the City of Pen- ticton Pipe Band, June 24, the Mclntosh Girls Pipe Band of Vcrnon. July 13 and 14. and the University Chamber Singers, ot the University ol n.C Oct. 25 und 2ti Alberlans will be there with the University ol Alberta Concert Choir May 5 the Alberta Contemporary Dance Theatre ol Edmonton. June 7 and 8. and the University of String Quartet. 6 and 7 Also corning from Ed- monton are Erwin's Alpine Band with Grctl and the Bavarian Schuhplattleis June and the Dnipro Ukrai- nian Choir and Cheremosh Dancers. July 8-13 From Saskatchewan there will be the Ycvslian Ukrainian Kolk Ballet Ensemble ol Saskatoon. July 15-17, the Bonnie Bluebell Girls Pipe Band of Saskatoon. July 19 and 20 and members of the Saskatoon Highland Dancing Aug 21 and 22 The Bishop Straclum School Choir horn Toronto will make a glad sound at the fair June 14-Hi Expo '74 is expected to attract nearly 5 million visiloi.s to Spokane during its six-monlh run from May 4 to Nov '1 The Canadian federal government after a tem- withdrawal from par- ticipation in the lair because ol budget problems" is back in again with a plan to build a Canadian park in keeping with Expo's themo. "Celebrating Tomornw s Fresh. New En- The park likelv also to be I lie ol the British Colum- bia pavilion will be on Crystal I no" in I he turbulent Spokane Kiver adjacent 'to Ilavermale Island, principal Mle ol the (air II will continue to be main- lamod a.s a park after Expo is they're, not kidding. It's a serious matter to discover you dropped out of school too soon; or you've become a perennial job hopper because you lack education. But there's a solution. Act now to upgrade your qualifications through the Correspondence School Branch, it's your first step to a happier, more secure future. A Grade Twelve education is the key that opens the door to a wide variety of technical courses, or university. You can take Elementary and Junior High courses, as well as obtaining your High School Diploma. There are special Adult Upgrading Programs too, for those 18 years and over. And textbooks are loaned to students living in Alberta who are not taking other courses in school. Only Alberta Correspondence School courses are specifically tailored to give you the credits required by the Provincial Department of Education, as well as training for business and industry. ACSB courses are based on the Provincial Curriculum designated as credit courses by the Alberta Department of Education DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION THE DIRECTOR, ALBERTA CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOL DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION. EDMONTON, ALBERTA PLEASE SEND CORRESPONDENCE COURSES INFORMATION Grade Name Address This Winter TAKE A BREAK! Select your winter holiday Then phone 328-7921 for details fly holidays to Hawaii DEPARTURES FROM VANCOUVER 31st 6th 8th 27th 28th holiday in sunny San Diego VIA WFSTERN AIRGNES DEPARTURES FROM CALGARY 22nd 29th 19th 2nd 16th 2nd One or two week holidays tour to Disneyland VIA HUGHES AIR WEST DEPARTURES FROM CALGARY 21st and 22nd For your free descriptive brochure On these fine holidays call 328-7921 A.MA WORLD TRAVEL AGENCY 608-Sth Ave. South, Lethbridge, Alberta Office open Monday thru Saturday a.m. to p.m. Ample free customer parking ;