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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 7, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 TH6 Apnl 7. 1972 FROM MANSION TO MUSEUM Thi5 by n I thy Cutxi n l.irvJc'-vi'oi ings imported front Oncpe. C reserved fo; wocilidy museum. go mansion at Cienfuegos, Cuba, was buili 1923's most of the malerials and furnish- regime lien converted many buildings once lancji nnd (he mansion is being turned into a (CP Wirepholo) Eernutdti Itlanwt problems ewer H.MIMAS iKHlhin HAMILTON. The number of Oiiii'Mliims visit- in" iiiKl-Ailanlic holiday ro- sort bst fur [ho time m me B L111 in u (I a ioiimrn blame (.Hvituunic MUuili'.'n Canada also rompc-Silion from cciilix1.-; uslii" im-lu- tour rJuriiTi. Of BiM-niudn's rccnnl 412.0-17 visitors m o tamo from Canirla, the majority from Ontario and Quebec allliougli all arc provinces v.er the figures, Canadian Intal is a drop yyay, Most o( last yo.iv's v.-ns in numbers from IN cffnrl to counteract Ibis. I Ijcrmucla department of. [n.irism has employed a ,sak's- i> filmy tlie prime1 nuvktl areas in Cmituln ant! iliug travel agents. Tom1 ism ilivector ilmues Wil- linnis in a conference said C.mada had a rather shaky year and the didn't come up to expectations iTiiiila ol or per cent. offivials predict Lliat this British colony v.'LU reach the half million mark in 1972. The United Stales is dn'.s main source of lourism. Visitors from tlie U.S. totalled in 1H7J. From Um Vnttetl came viFiluis, from Eu- rope and from the rott of the world 4.930. Air Canada id Hsu only airline "The monetary problems, (he v.ith riireci links bctv.iA-n Can- jcpsFion and that sort of Lhinn ;Kjn Bermuda. Last year reflected in a ;i ti-pcr-ccnl (he llussian cruhu liner AIcs- rcprcsenlcd in drop in he 5-iul. andre Pushkin made a number EXl'ECT ANOTIIF.K RECORD of cruises iioin Montreal to Ihc The over-all lolal for last year colony of l.I'l'J from Ihe 1970 tolal. first lime tho -lOOjjoo Tliis comins; season sees an From Ififi? tr> Canadian had been increase in hotel rates during iires had increased marginally1 an increase in visitors lo tlie peak season. JIAVAXA (CTJ Cub.1 slill ;i Unii'isl iuduslvy but it rak'i.-- mainly to Cubans ;uul mast nf Ihe' fm-oitfii visitors who c-Diiu' lo lie un tlic is- land's licMUtifnl bDEiches ;ILG from scd.-ilist I'omilries. Th1 buill by developers v.Hli United. Slates affiliations-Imvc Ihu sumc problems as Ihc Aincrk-an- inaclo cans Ihiit struggle nois- ily alonjj Ihivuiui streets. They neeil pails to bnnii thjm lo North A m c v i t: a n sUvmlauU i.ir.l American companies no longer sell. (Iroup lours nf f an.idinns lo Cuba in March under Ihc dirt'climi of a Toronlo travel agency, which scheduled fivo charter flighls on an expurimen- tul Graham Alkin, president of Ur.itois. iiiiiri in an interview in bis office lint he asked in 1509 by the Cubans i- i his firm intcivslcd. Tliis i was a time when Cuba was do- conlacls in several I areas Ui improve rclalions ami Canada. said one of his first problems was chartering an airplnr.L1. He got in touch reg'n-ml cari'iers in Canada and was told Ihey did uol tlie job because it misht jeoparftizo their charier busi- ness wilh U.S. govpmment agciu-ios, snch as those main- taining DKW line histnlln- lions. COOL He- wrote the U.S. stale