Florence Morning News Newspaper Archives Jun 19 1955, Page 41

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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - June 19, 1955, Florence, South CarolinaBudget Holiday a week end of luxury living at one of America s glamorous resort towns Cost this Young couple less than by peer j. Oppen better to millions of americans Las vegas is the gambling Center of the world. But to Young couples like Brett Halsey and his Bride the former Renate Hoy miss Germany of it is a vacation spot which offers All the luxuries of a first class resort at prices they can afford. Aside from the gambling chief source of hotel at which Brett and Renate spent a three Day week end offered such attractions As an 80-foot swimming Pool entertainment by stars like Marlene Dietrich Donald o Connor Helen Traubel and Ann Blyth 65-cent breakfasts 75-cent luncheons and Chuck Wagon dinners and free use of a 35-foot Cabin Cruiser on Lake head. During their stay Brett and Renate visited Many nearby Points of interest Twenty Miles North they discovered Pine Clad mount Charles Cool in summer Ideal for skiing in Winter. They fished at twin lakes went boating on Lake Mead and marvelled at Boulder dam. Total expenses for their three Days and two nights in Las vegas excluding Gas and Oil came to for the them the Young couple spent most of the first Day swimming each evening Renate and Brett took in. One in the hotel Pool and basking in the warm desert Sun. Of the spectacular night club floor shows. A three Day week end at Las begat begins As Brett and route Habey arrive at one of the fabulous resort. Though h was a Busy week end the Halsey found time to go fishing at a nearby Lake. Highlight of the Holiday was an air excursion to Lake Mead where they had the use of a big yacht Only 30 minutes from the glittering fights of Las vegas h this idyllic setting where the malays hiked. Just 19. 1955 Famitta weekly Magazine

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