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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 22, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta They'll make yon, a new person Try a German farm5 For the single career woman who is no longer exactly a girl, vacations can get to be a rath- er depressing problem. You're attractive and well-dressed; you do your job really well; you're successful; but all that work and being alone does get you down. You starl to lose your self-confidence; you get anxious and worry about your looks. Now when you're in such a slate of mind, the idea of a swinging resort just doesn't seem very appealing. What you really need is a chance to rest relax, lo put yourself back together again. You could lie around in the sun on a beach somewhere, but Isn't that rath- er a waste of precious time? Travel is interesting, but wouldn't that be too tiring? Well, it doesn'l have to be. You could go to Germany and stay on a "beauty farm." Usu- ally located in some quiet spot with charming scenery, they offer the tense and tired city woman from 35 to BO chance to rest and relax. And you get a lot more out of it than just ly- APARTMENT VACATIONS Costa del Sol SPAIN! Book your winter vacation to Spain nowl Choose your All Inclusive 3-Week Tour or All- inclusive 6-Week Tour from Calgary, includ- ing Rftturn Economy Air Fare. Accommodalion with balh at Madrid 2 nighrs) and Granada (I Aparrmcnl accommodation a I La Perla, Fuangirala for IB or 39 nightt. Continental breakfairs in Madrid and Granada. Lunch en route to Granada. day sightseeing lour of Madrid. 1 day motor coach tour Madrid Granada Fuengirola. Airport transfers nt Madrid and Malaga. ALl INCLUSIVE 3 WEEK TOUR FARE from S461 ALL INCLUSIVE 6 WEEK TOUR FARE from Departures from Calgary begin November 14th through lo April 3rd, 1973. and Resarvaliam Now Available ah R LAWSON TRAVEL OFFICES COAST.TO-COAST MARQUIS HOTEL BLDG. Phone 328-3000 or 327-4094 ng around. They make a new woman of you literally trom lead lo foot. Starting with a social skin diagnosis, tliey set up a plan exactly suited to your in- dividual needs. You gel a spe- cial diet, invigorating herbal oaths, and cosmetic treatments. Vacuum cups are used to at- tack cellulilis, ami massages loosen up tense muscles. Exer- cise is provided by carefully controlled gymnastics and lei- surely walks through beautiful countryside. Beauty farms are located all over West Germany so you can choose whatever sort of scen- ery you like best heath, mountain, lake, or river. Mosl of these establishments do not accept more than 12 ladies at a time, so you can be sure that you won't just be an anon- ymous number in a crowd. You really get a chance to make friends and enjoy (he relaxed intimacy of a small group. There is a special program designed specifically for the pe- riod between Christmas and New Year, Dec. 26 to Jan. days that can get pretty sad and lonely for a single person. Canadians considering j an eco-ceulre Canada's exhibit at the Spo- kane World Exposition m a include an ecology center de- signed for children. Patrick Reid, representing Canada's Department of Ex- ternal Affairs in Ottawa, said, "We hope in one part of Can- ada's presentation to educate children in a meaningful way to safeguard their environment. "Mairuth Hodge, a writer adept at taking adult-scale sub- jects and presenting them to children, is our theme co-ordin- ator. Siie is a professional and Scplimbir 22, 1972 1HC IETKSRIDGI HERALD Group tours to London offer for winter season Dollar value I r (CPi dollar in terms of u.s. Canadian funds down 1-32 at 7-32. Pound sterling down at hird in Europe The Frankfurt Hhein-Main Airport, which handled 10.6 million passengers in 1971, ranks third in Europe afler Loudcm-Healhrow and Paris- Orly. Japan Air Lines and Trafal- gar Square and Piccadilly. Con- has experience in world expo- sitions. She was a member of our expositions team at Expo '67 in Montreal and at Expo '70 in Osaka." Reid was in Spokane recently with G. Patrick O'Keefe, also of the Canadian Department of External Affairs, and E. C. Shelly of Seattle, Canadian con- sul and assistant missioner. trade com- gar tours have teamed up again for the coming winter season to offer an unusual va- riety of eight-day group tours lo London. ,IAL jets you across the At- lantic in the Oriental atmo- sphere that's mad'3 the airline famous. On arrival in London, you're met by a Trafalgar rep- resentative who gives you an orientation tour of one of the world's liveliest capitals while escorting you to your hotel. Then you're on your own to discover for yourself the city's historic sights, museums, shops and nightlife. And should you have any questions, the Trafal- gar representative is on hand lo provide the answer. Five different London tours are being offered this winter, and one includes Paris as well. Departures are scheduled fre- quently from New York be- tween November 3, 1972, and March 3ft, 1973, except during the last two weeks of Decem- ber. Prices ranging from a low to depending on the class of accommodations, in- clude round-trip air fare from New York. TOUR 1, at includes ac- commodations at Cranley Gar- dens Hotel, a charming hide- away in a renovated, house located in the old don almosphere of South Ken sington, with English break fasts each morning (bacon eggs, toast, coffee or A special feature of this tour is seven dinners of your choice a any of the London Steak Houses or J o 1 y o n Grill Restaurants Also included are your of two tickets to any of Lon don's thealres, opera houses o music halls, and membershi] in a casino and shopping dis count club. TOUH 2, also priced at gives you seven nights at thi Royal Horseguards Hotel brand new inside, but in a Vic torian building overlooking th Thames and within walkin: distance of Whitehall, Trafal .nental breakfasts (rolls and of tee or tea) are served daily, ind your choice of two theatre ickets, and Ihe club member- ihips are also included. TOUR 3, slill priced al nils you in a rented ear, which s yours (or the week to roam England, Scotland and Wales with unlimited mileage. Also in- cluded are seven nights at any the Post House Hotels, a new chain with local ions all over jreat Britain, and full English ireakfasU each morning. TOUR 4 includes all the fea- :ures of TOUR 1, but at you'll stay at the deluxe Carl- ion Tower Hotel, one of Lon- don't finest, located in the ele- gant fironipton area, just steps from Harrod's famous depart- ment store and the embassies at Belgrave Square. TOUR 5 at lets you sam- ple both London and Paris, two of Europe's most rewarding cities. You'll stay at the Royal Horseguards Hotel in London anl tlie Hotel Ambassador in Paris, with continental break- fasts at each. Also included are orientation tours of both cities, and two theatre tickets of your choice one in London, the other in Paris. For complete details on any of the tours, consult your travel agent or Japan Air Lines. Bus travel plan Greyhound offer Greyhound Lines of Canada Ltd. has an- nounced a new exteuded-travel plan which will cost travellers as litlle as per day for bus fare. The "Canada-U.S.A. Am- eripass" plan gives almosl un- limiled highway travel through- out Canada and south-of-the- border U.S.A. for 60 days for a unit- price of S149.SO. R. L. Borden, President of Greyhound Lines of Canada, said the low-fare package pro- vides the traveller with access to al! Greyhound routes in the Iwo countries a lotal of more Ihan route miles plus the routes of many connecting bus lines. He pointed out thai, using the plan, a traveller could travel by bus from Halifax to Vancouver, by making use of a connecting cairier from Hali- fax to Montreal and by taking Greyhound the rest of the way. The passenger can make up his own itinerary, does not to reserve a seat, can take any regular scheduled Greyhound bus (except premium-cost, spe- cial-s e r v i c e and can stopover whenever he wishes, for as long as he wishes. "A passenger could rise the plan to take a skiing tour of Canadian and American re- said Mr. Borden, "or he could visit such atlraciions as Disney World in Florida and famous cities such as New Or- leans and San Francisco. We see the Ameripass as a grand opportunity for leisurely, econ- omical vacations for a wide va- riety of people." He mentioned students, farmers, teachers, and the elderly as Ihe lype of traveller who would have time to fully take advantage o{ Am- eripass. "Travelling by bus. a person really sees the coun- he said. The plan is being offered by Greyhound now until April 30; tickets m u s t be used before May 31. One of the few restric- tions on the plan is a maximum of four round trips may be made belween any two points Ameripass lickels may be purchased from any Greyhoum terminal, agency, or trave agent acting as an authorized Greyhound representative. EVEN "DOWN UNDER" You're still on TOP with A.M.A. World Travel TRAVEL REPORTER A.M.A. WORLD TRAVEL and CP AIR PRESENT THE llth ANNUAL FARMERS and RANCHERS TOUR of the SOUTH PACIFIC Now It the time lo book your alt-Inclusive tour to the beau- tiful South Pacilic. 28 day tour Includes FIJI, NEW ZEALAND and AUSTRALIA with optional ORIENT exlenlion available. DEPARTURES: JANUARY 14, 21, 28, 1973 FEBRUARY 4, 1973 We're Moving! -61 We're j- Moving! Ws're moving into our fine new building Monday, September 25th. Come in and see ui soon at 608 5th AVENUE SOUTH (Ngxl to Lelhbridge Herald Building) A.M.A. World Travel Phone 328-1181 and 328-7921 JGA> SUPER SHYERS FRIDAY SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 22nd and 23rd THESE SPECIALS IN EFHCT ONLY AT CENTRE VILLAGE IGA-LETHBRIDGE MARTENS COALDALE I WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES Prices In effect until closing Saturday, Sept. 23rd CANADA GRADE UTILITY FRYING CHICKEN 3-4 Ib. average......Ib. GRADE UTILITY CORNISH GAME HENS EACH TOP VALU PEANUT BUTTER 48-oz. tin KRAFT PASTEURIZED PROCESSED CHEEZ WHIZ 2-lb. jar 149 CASHMERE BATHROOM TISSUE 2-4 roll packs SUNK1ST VALENCIA ORANGES for GOLDEN RIPE BANANAS Gibs....... TIDE DETERGENT King size 199 Fresh from our In-Store Bakery CRUSTY BUNS 3 dozen ;