Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
24 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, May 29, 1970 YEAR-ROUND RECREATION Fairmont Hot Springs on the western slopes of the Rockies offers year-round recreation from skiing to golfing, as well as healthful bene- fits of the natural ordorless mineral springs. Fairmont Hot Springs A Place To Relax of tie most relaxing family holiday spots in the Rockies is Fairmont Hot Springs, in British Columbia's unsurpassed Columbia Valley. Open all year-round, Fair- mont is not just a hot spring but a acre vacation com- plex offering both summer and winter sports. Should you plan to "take the waters" the choice ranges from a diving pool to natural bath- tubs carved from rocks. Four pools offer odorless mineral wa- ter with temperatures ranging German Railroads To Meet Jumbojets In line with the West Ger- man government's stated trans- portation policy objective to create direct connections from all major commercial airports in the Federal Repub- lic to the rail networks for both passenger and freight traffic, the German Federal Railroad is preparing to send its trains to the airports. Frankfurt (Main) will be the first German city to have its airport integrated into both the metropolitan rapid transit sys- tem and Germanrail's long-dis- tance traffic network. Con- struction of the underground railway station below Frank- furt's Rhine-Main airport was started in April of 1969, and ser- vice is expected to be opera tive by the fall of 1972. Total costs for the construction of tie new five mile long twin track electrified line are esti mated at million. Travel time from Frankfurt's main railway station to the air port will be just nine minutes (as compared to 20 minutes by way of the airport buses now in Direct connections to long-distance rail traffic will be of particular importance to air charters and in view of the ar- rival of the SCO-passenger jumbo jet. The railroad installations will occupy two levels below the air- port, both connected to the air- port lobby by heavy-duty escalators. LOW ECONOMY AIR FARES TO EUROPE JUST A FEW EXAMPLES OF THE day individual economy excursion Fare day individual economy excursion Fare LOW SEASON for departures up to May 31 or Aug. 10 to March 1971. MID SEASON for departures up to May 31 or Aug. 10 fo Oct. 31 HIGH SEASON for departures June 1 to Aug. 9 S468 HIGH SEASON for departures June 1 to Aug. 9 Even lower fares are available fo Glasgow and Manchester Children under 12 travel for half the adult fara on all flights. Low individual economy fares available return, BE SURE TO SEE THE A.M.A. ABOUT THE MANY OTHER EUROPEAN DESTINATIONS! ALL INQUIRIES WELCOME! A.M.A. WORLD TRAVEL SERVICE 903 3rd AVE. S. PHONE 328-1771 from 85 to 118 degrees. Also featured are private mineral swirlpools and therapy. Suffer- ers of arthritis, varicose veins aiid rheumatic ailments have long benefited from the cura- tive relaxation of the waters. From April to October golfing on the nine hole course with its putting green and driving range, is available. December through March there's skiing on a variety of runs around Fair- mont's T-bar. Sightseeing excursions v.ill in- clude trips to the nearby Hoo- doos, grotesque formations of towering cliffs of conglomera- tees, Dutch Creek, tie warm Windermere and Columbia Lakes, the "Stole? Church" amd Fort Steele Provincial Museum. Trail rides are there for the horse enthusiast and for the fisherman magnificent lake trout. Accommodation at Fairmont Hot Springs includes the luxuri- ous new Fairmont Lodge, mod- ern Juniper Ridge Motel and fatafly type cabin units, with or without kitchenettes, con- veniently located around the pool area. The Lodge contains 60 luxury rooms, dining rooms, licensed lounge, beauty salon, sportswear and souvenir shop. A lower convention hall seats 150 persons. A trailer park nearby offers trailer sites and camping areas. Facilities include kitchens, pic- nic tables, washrooms, laundry area, electric and sewer hook- ups, grocery and c a m pi n g supply store. At Fairmont tfx, visitor can rest his feet in the hot pools while viewing a panorama of peaks, valleys and lakes. And its just 170 miles from Calgary, situated one mile off Highway 95 .in the heart of East Koo tenay vacationland. PanAm Plans Low Fares For College Youths NEW YORK (AP) Pan American World Airways plans to propose a new one- way "space available" transatlantic fare of for college-age youths flying to Europe. The airline said here it will make the proposal in September to a Honolulu conference of the Interna- tional Air Transport Asso- ciation, an organization of most of the world's major airlines. The trip would be of- fered on a stand-by basis between New York City and any major city in Europe as far east as Rome. It would apply to passengers be- tween the ages of 17 and 22. The basic New York- Rome economy fare now, is Some group tour packages tickets currently provide roundtrip fares be- tween the two cities for as low as TRAVEL BY COACH AND FOUR The 16th century Crown Ho- tel, Nantwicli, is offering daily drives through the Cheshire countryside in a coach drawn by four horses. From May 17 to October 1 there will be two drives each day one in the morning, one in the evening. Fares which will include a drink of hot punch on returning to the hotel, are from price for children. The Crown, a black and white timbered building dating from 1583, stands on the site of a 13th century inn. Guests for lunch and dinner are served by "wenches" in period ccctume. Nantwich, a market town on the River Weaver, is 162 miles north-west of London. Alaska To Siberia Tours Approved ALASKA AIRLINES HAS INAUGURATED Golden Samovar service, involving Russian costumes for the host- esses and elegant samovar tea urns. By JIM CROSSLEY This summer's big travel ad- venture links Alaska and Rus- sia. Moscow has stamped ap- proval on 10 charier tour groups to be carried by Alaska Airlines into Russia through the "back door" of Siberia. The Seattle based company will be the first non-Russian airline to fly tourists into this eastern region of the U.S.S.R. Stewardesses, in celebration, are doffing the Gay Nineties costumes they've worn since 1967 on intercity service in Alaska and trips between Anchorage aid Seattle. Cos- sack t u n i c s and boots will be the replacement. It takes eight hours for the flight between An- chorage and Khabarovsk, Si- beria. The International Date- line is crossed. There's a choice of two tours. In eight days, eastern U.S.S.R. vigorous and beautiful re- gion, contrary to some Ameri- cans' misconceptions is thoroughly covered. Intourist and Aeroflot, the Soviet travel bureau and airline, are co- hosts. Selecting the 15-day alterna- tive instead takes the trail- breaker on to European Russia (Moscow Kiev or Lenin- grad) and Oriental Russia Samarkand and Tashkent) af- ter touring Siberia. (Newspaper Enterprise Asso.) ATOM'S Now From Eaton's a beautiful new kitchen for you A roll or two of wallpaper and Canadian General Electric's dynamic new appliance group, Concept II Once you choose Concept 11, an Eaton's Exclusive, every- thing falls into place. From the luned-in wallpaper to the co- ordinated colour for cupboards, walls and ceiling. Go all the way and add a new carpet or linoleum. Et voilal Your new room, Madame. And the appliances are hot off G.E.'s 1970 line with all features you want. Let our trained salesman show you the details. 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