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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 5, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE UTHBRIDGE HEKAID Fridoy Morch 1971 Visitors flock to Hawaii The balmy Hawaiian Islands of smiling landscapes and sparkling waters are a peren nial enticement to winter vaca tioners from both the United States and After a brief lull last Hawaii has regained and re tains its continuing An estimated visitors from the American mainland and from Japan spent the Years holidays in The first half of last January through it had 9 4 per cent fewer visitors from the east America than during the same period the year be but two record months in July and August changed that to a gain of per cent for the first eight months over the same period the previous During the same the number of westbound visitors from the Far East in 1970 in creased per cent over the first eight months of CP Air will link Canada and Israel On April 1 Israel mil become the 15th foreign country linked to Canada by CP Air the airline said in announcing the schedule of its new flights to Tel A CanadaIsrael air agreement signed in Ot tawa recently has authorized El Al and the Canadian airline to operate between the two Between them they will provide daily service and two flights on Mondays begin ning April CP Air flights for Israel will depart from Toronto and Mon treal Fri days and returning on Satur days and Two will op erate via Athens and two via Scan mythology for names for SAS jumbo jets Scandinavian Airlines which digs into Norse mythology and the Sagas for the names of its airplanes has decided to call its first 352ton Boeing 747B Huge The second SAS jumbo air craft will be named Ivar Vik ing after an expansionist sev enth century chieftain king who was known in his day as Ivar Vidfamne of the Broad Huge was cliristenefl at cere monies in the Boeing Company plant at last month and will go into service between New York and Copen hagen on April after a pe riod of crew training and fit Ivar will join the SAS fleet late this Cruise ship purchased by P and 0 A ton cruise al ready under construction in Genoa has been bought by P and 0 The vessel is scheduled for delivery in June It will have a speed of 20 knots and will carry 750 passengers in 409 The one class ship is 535 feet Especially designed for cruis the new liner will go into service in the Caribbean and is expected to make regu 1 a r calls at San Guada La Monte go Bay and Port Everglades in As yet he ship will contain a swimming splash shopping beauty and barber a sauna ball 200 seat theatre and Each cabin w 11 tiave a private bath and will be equipped with a multichan nel radio and A UNIQUE SETTING Le Chateau Monrebellos threestorey log hotel features a circular lounge area in the centre of the fourwing building with a towering 66foot sixsided stone CP Hotels has taken over operation of the rustic hotel and property located on the north shore of the Ottawa Exclusive country club taken over by CP Hotels CP Hotels has taken over manage ment of an exclusive country club at for operation as a resortconfer ence hotel open to the The hotel longtime home of the exclusive Seigniory Club will be known as Le Chateau Montebello It will cater largely to small business meetings and but will also operate as yearround The property is located 80 miles northwest of Montreal and 40 miles east of Ottawa on the north shore of the Ottawa Surrdounrfing property offers an abundance of recrea tional activities including hunt boating and indoor and outdoor sport The hotel was operated pri vately for many jears for the Seigniory through a lease arrangemert with ment Properties a subsi CHART For Those Travelling On Group and Charter Flights to Britain and Europe in 1971 A M A World Travel ire Agents Foi Southdown and Gienfon Cooks Frames Trafalgar tour Pleasant Scandinavia Cor Hire in Bnkun Ireland Euroi Poss British Bail Wallace Arnold Europabui For Further Information Contact Us Book Now Phone 3287921 or 3281771 ALL INQUIRIES WELCOME WORLD TRAVEL SERVICE Office open Monday thru Saturday 9 a to 5 p m 903 3rd LETHBRIDGE FREE PARKING AT REAR OF BUILDING diary of Canadian The hotel will continue to serve Seigniory Club The threestorey hotel has 186 bedrooms and 14 threeroom A circular lounge area in the centre of t h e fourwing buuilding features a towering 66foot sixsidded stone Conference facilities include 12 meeting rooms with the the capable of accommodating up to 200 A large dining hall serving some 225 people is rit uated on the first floor with an upper gallery overlooking the main dining A 16th century re creation retail sports shop and administration offices are also a part of the country club Transportation to the resort from Montral or Ottawa is by CP bus or The property sur rounding the hotel includes an excellent 18hole golf course and a 19th hole practice putting hunt ing and water indoor and outdoor swimming skating and to boggan cross country ski billiards and games childrens playground and babysitting fa dancing and entertain A helicopter landing pad is located near the Cycloneivrecked recovering Australias Gieat Barrier Reef tounst badly hit I less than 12 months ago by clnne has made a spec tscular The island after a disaster that cnst 13 lives and have once again become the nations major in ternational and local tourist at in has reach ed a new high a record 000 visitors m t h e past 12 months during 100ft high trees and levelled acres of dense i In the fust days after the cyclone many of the resorts seemed likely to close down permanently rebuilding be I gan and just 12 months I and millions of dollars i the islands aie a picture of 1 tropical beauty there are still grim re minders of Adas ferocity huge Hoop Pine some 50 vears are just beginning i to sprout new Manv are twisted and buck i Tourist Commission and the i Queensland Stale Government i have rtirmn up a master plan to cone1 t li dpi and toiirisi fr the nest 15 i Currently onh I of the 600 odd isbntisMnins along the t miles of the reef are opj tourist but several mere hiubeen sur as possible Mam exports o that the T rpid growth in th pasi 20 is in its v Cicluiv le in the uf thi Great of tie Cua and acids i Others are snapped off and permanently stunted and in smo areas pieces of roofinp iron sir still entwined arrfind tiers Hifl alwnr thr Homecoming passports mailed out A passport to a Saskatche wan Homecoming holiday will be mailed to more than former Saskatchewan families who have indicated an interest in returning to their home province for the celebration this executive di rector of Homecoming said the initial mailing to home comers has already begun and will probably be completed in about 10 The final mailing will include a calendar of the Sask atchewan Game ruleb o o a Homeward Bound car stick a Saskatchewan parks pass a letter from the Saskat chewan Archives and a ticket for a free ride on the Wascana Centre scenic World convention About country women from all over the world will gather in from August 10 through British waitresses have own names for menu you having a Luv By HUGH MULLIGAN LONDON AP Shake speares rose by any other name might smell as but some of the names that British waitresses have for the days delicacies can put a visiting chap off his feed for The menu of any semiposh place may glitter with Conti nental like entremets and farina ceous and legumes varies such oretensions vanish once the little lady with the pad and pencil puts in an ap Are you taking 1he Luv she briskly pencil poised truculently over the bill of The five mil lion tourists who visit the British Isles each year soon learn that they are neither being asked to dance nor ac cused of making off with the The set is the days set the table dhote from which there is no textual de viation without paying the Luv is a unissx form of ad more informal than sir or madame and a trifle less inti mate than Adventures in living lan guage really begin when the customer strikes out for him self into the columns of a la for are usually available in two cuts rump or the latter invariably pronounced t o rhyme with swill They come under the generic head ing of as in the accusa tory are you hav ing a grill NOT FISH NOR FOWL Even they sound more appetizing than bangers and which are sausages and mashed or boiled which is neilher fish nor fowl but ordi everyday ham or steak and kidney Those not having a grill might be inclined toward a fried ham or bangers served with egas any style in the with fat left in the re frigerator from yesterdays roast and spread on Now what about a Luv Procrastinate too long be tween the braised celery and the sauteed and shes apt to suggest some luvedy swedes and which are turnips and brus sels a culinary cu riosity that is flogged off m the swankiest London clubs as honest British and of At the end of every meal comes the question that haunts the calorie Are you having a pud The word rhymes with rather than and designates any dessert from a pudding made with to steamed a sort of sponge and a combina tion of custard and fruit droiraed in And be careful about point ing to the currant bun on tha dessert trolley that the Ital ians call a Garibaldi Your waitress might dip deep into the mod lexicography of the mother country to inquire You mean the Squashed Flies LAWSONS MAKE FOREIGN TRAVEL A BREEZE All your dreams of far id way places can come to with our expert travel SEE US NOW FOR INFORMATION ON NEW AIR FARES GOING INTO EFFECT IN CANADA MARCH 6th AND ON TRANS ATLANTIC TRAVEL APRIL 1st PUNNING TO TAKE A CHARTER TRIP SOMEWHERE We can make those arrange ments too but theres no need to go by charter to save Low trans Atlantic ex curijon fares are available for independent travellers and you can even pick your own datesl For reservations contact R LAWSON TRAVEL OFFICES COASTTOCOAST MARQUIS HOTEL Phone 3274094 or 3233000 Our Building Industry Consulting Service works for engineers and developers to control the communications In i direct oath ucio the inland on the 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