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ie Traveler's Notebook
Scribblings About the New Honeymoon Bridge;
Achieving Odorless Trains, ana the Shrine
That Drew 15,000,000 Pilgrims
By JACQUES EITRELLE, Jr.,
Travel Editor.
Scribblings: Little Patsy Gaw will
have to wait until August 13 to be
crowned Queen Maysea XIV, child
ruler of the Cape May (N. J.) resort.
The date was changed from August
8 to avoid conflict with other ac
tivities. Nearby Wildwood will have
Its 31st annual baby parade Au
gust 8.
When the ice jam of January,
1938. tore away Honeymoon Bridge,
spanning the Niagara River between
Niagara Falls, N. Y.. and the Ca
nadian shore, many a bride and
bridegroom of another day, who are
just married folks now, sighed in
ford recollection. But a new Honey
moon Bridge is going up for newly
weds—and ordinary mortals—and Is
expected to be opened formally Oc
tober 1.
Highest mountain in Colorado's
Rocky Mountain National Park Is
Long.s Peak, named for Maj.
Stephen Long, who commanded an
exploring party sent out by Presi
dent Madison in 1821. The sky
scraper is 14.255 feet above sea
level. There are 64 other mountains
In the park rising above 10.000 feet.
Tourists might as well cross off
the list the thrill of visiting Holly
wood's movie studios. Producers last
week reduced the chances to nil by
adopting a no-visitors policy, "with
out exceptions." Defense work and
the fact that more than 33.000
sought last month to poke around
the studios caused the order.
Though West Virginia’s loftiest
peak is less than 5.000 feet, the
average altitude is 1.500 feet above
sea level, making it the highest
State in the East. So in selling its
attractions to tourists, it has
* adopted a motto: ‘‘Close to you,
close to the sky."
* * * *
The romantic city of Lima, found
ed by Pizarro in 1531. boasts a uni
versity 100 years older than Har
vard. It is the University of San
Marcos.
Jasper Park Lodge s golf course
was opened 16 years ago, with the
late field marshal, Brittain's Earl
Haig, driving the first ball down the
fairway on July 17, 1925. The course
h^s gained fame as the home of
the Totem Pole tournament, which
yearly is held in the week that
Labor Day falls.
What the travel agents say: “If
you can’t persuade yourself to take
a vacation, you can always get a
doctor to order one for you and,
if you can afford a doctor, you can
afford a vacation,”
Largest city in Nex Mexico used to
be Socorro, founded in the 16th
century. Discovery of silver nearby
boomed the town in the 1880s. until
the price of the metal toppled a
decade later.
Since its founding by a group of
shipwrecked sailors more than 300
years ago. it is estimated the shrine
of Ste. Anne deBeaupre, on the
banks of the St. Lawrence river, has
been visited by more than 15,000,000
pilgrims. The deposits of crutches,
canes and other physical aids bear
mute testimony that many have
recovered on their visit. The old
bascilla was destroyed by fire in
1922 but a new one, to shelter 5,000
persons, is being completed.
* * * *
Harper Cory, English naturalist
and now lieutenant in the R. A. F.,
has been extraordinarily successful
in shooting wild animals with a
camera, and here's his code “Ani
mals have rights and privileges as
concrete as ours — respect those
rights and you'll get all the animal
pictures you want.”
Nassau likes to point out that the
sand of its beaches is different, never
absorbing the heat that most U. S.
beaches drink in—and pass on to
bathers’ bare feet as they step
gingerly to and from the water's
edge. The fine white sand of Nassau
is of limestone composition.
Extending 170 miles into the Gulf
of St. Lawrence, the Gaspe region of
Quebec Province covers 11,400 square
miles.
"You are facing the wooded knoll,”
reads a tablet, “on which sleeps
Nancy Hanks Lincoln, mother of the
President, who lived in this Hoosier
enviroment during the formative
years of his life from 1816 to 1830.”
Her grave is within the Nancy
Hanks Lincoln park, near Lincoln
City, Ind. On a neighboring hilltop
is the site of the Lincoln cabin men
tioned.
* * * *
Not content with only cooling the
air the passengers breathe, a num
ber of American railroads are in- ;
stalling equipment to eliminate
odors, such as tobacco, and cosme- |
tics. The air to be cleansed is'l
drawn over odor absorbers, which 1
operate on the same principle as a
gas mask. The tainted atmosphere
passes over a bed of highly activated I
coconut shell carbon, which captures :
and retains the odors. From time 1
-i-.
on th« Finest Lakes Liners
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Cool, inland cruising on fresh-water
•eas . .. plus variety of enchanting
shores. Sail out of sight of land . . .
lock through the “Soo”! Enjoy full
shipboard activities, under Cruise
Directors... gala sightseeing, outings
ashore. Go independently or take an
all-expense cruise tour.
All Expense Trips from Woshington
Buffalo . Niaxara 1 1 DAYS
Falls . , . Det roit . . .
Sarnia , . • Son”
Canal , . . Port Ar
thur • . Fort Will
iam . • . Duluth
Perscnallv Escorted Includine Pull
man accommodation*:, berth on stpamer.
all meals, sightseeing. Every Wed. and
Sat.
INDEPENDENT CRUISES
Include meals, berth sightseeing From
Detroit 7 days-$67.50 . . . Buffalo 10
days-$P2
ON VOl R TRIP~WE8T—Include a re
freshing cruise between Detroit »or
Buffalo and Duluth. Fine rail, high
way connect ion1 AUTOS CARRIED
AT LOW RATES._
CRUSES TO THE SAGCEN AY—Ask
about fascinating trips to the Sague
nay . *:w from Montreal. *1*8.15
from 'Washington.
NO PASSPORTS REQUIRED
gee voxit TRAVEL AGENT /or literature
tickets nr aPDlu Geo. F Canvm,
800 Livcnln-Libertv Bldg., Philadelphia,
or railroad ticket offices.
CANADA STEAMSHIP LINES
NORTHERN NAVIGATION DIVISION
STEAMSHIPS.
UNGSHOLM
26700-Ton White Viking Liner
Summer Cruises
to the
WEST INDIES
Plan a cool vacation at sea this Summer.
The Swedish American Line is operating
a series of short cruises to fascinating and
colorful ports in the West Indies on the
famous White Viking Luxury Liner
Kungsholm. Enjoy delicious meals with
famous Swedish Smorgasbord. Thrill to the
romance of dancing on deck beneath a
gorgeous tropic moon. Meet gay, congenial
people. Return rested and refreshed.
AUGUST 9TH CRUISE
12’/2 days.from $140.
Visit colorful Port-au-Prince, Haiti, capi
tal of a picturesque republic; the Panama
Canal—seventh wonder of the modem
world; the legendary “White Indians” on
their coral island home in San Bias Bay.
Climax the cruise in Havana.
Also Sept. 6th, Oct. 3rd, Nov. 18th
11-DAY CRUISES
Aug. 23rd, Sept. 20th
Bask on Nassau’s sun-kissed beaches. See
the Citadel near Cap Haitien—one of the
most interesting and historic spots in the
West Indies, where an Empire rose and
fell. Visit gay, colorful Havana where ro
mance lurks. From $125.
Similar Cruise Oct. 17th, 9 Vi days
(No passport required)
' Inquire of your Travel Agent or
SWEDISH AMERICAN
4 W. 51st St., N.Y. LINE Circle 6-1440
-.—-'
I
and 7 other islands if the WEST INDIES
Visit St. Thomas, St. Locia and An
Ptom tigua, Trinidad, Grenada, St. Vin- 14 MY fill
Mew York; cent, Dominica ... and (on alternate CRUISE IvVBP
sailings! St. Croi«. American flog iiolif rant Hi SIMn
Sept. 4. is liners, Acadia and Evangeline.Cruise
Director. Al Donahue orchestra
PoMPurb ore required . . . easily obtain
able taooty at teost 10 dan in odvance).
Applv Travel Agents or Eastern
S S. Lines. Gen Ants . 15th 6
H Sts. N.W. (National 2516)
m Washington. _ J
ALCOA STEAMSHIP COMPANY. INC.
Coastwise Cruise
to NEW ENGLAND
lO DAYS
ALL-EXPENSE • / U
Sail from Baltimore, for an ocean cruise to Boston
and return. Motor along the New Hampshire coast
to the heart of the majestic White Mountains. Ex
plore Crawford and Franconia Notches. Visit Mount
Washington, Bretton Woods and otiyr fascinating
places.. All-expense rate covers transportation,
hotel in the mountains, sightseeing, meals, etc.
Ask for "Vacation Days" folder, telling the whole
story of this and many other delightful ell-expense
cruises at any authorixed tourist agent—or M. &
M. Travel Bureau, 1418 H St.. N. W.. Washington
k 4
GOLDEN HORSE OF ANTIQUITY?—California's golden Palomino is believed by many to be the
modern reincarnation of the golden horse referred to in legend and song of ancient times. This
magnificent animal has been bred by Dwight Murphy of Santa Barbara County, Calif., after it
had become almost extinct since the days of the Spanish dons, w-ho brought the first Palomino
horse to the New World. The Palomino name refers to the color—burnished gold and pure white
mane and tail. The animals are seen in Santa Barbara’s Old Spanish Days Fiesta, which will be
held this year on August 7, 8 and 9.
to time it is removed, purified and
re-activated for use again.
The program of New Orleans’ mid
winter sports carnival, highlighted
by the annual Sugar Bowl foot
ball game, has been announced. A
yachting and rowing regatta will
launch the events on Saturday, De
cember 27. On the 28th will be a
track meet; 29th, boxing; 30th,
basketball, with the grid game on
January 1. Tennis is scheduled
December 27, 28 and 29. A sell-out
already is indicated for the football
classic, which had a capacity crowd
of 72.000 last New Year day. The
first game, in 1935 between Temple
and Tulane, drew only 20.026 fans.
'Week in West' Tours
Center Around Yellowstone
YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL
PARK, July 26.—For several years,
visitors to Yellowstone via Gallatin
Gateway have been extending their
Western vacations by spending from
a few days to a week or two at Gal
latin Gateway Inn. Last year, of
ficial park tours were reduced from
three and one-half to two and one
half days. As practically all trav
elers wish to remain in the Rocky
Mountain region longer than that,
planned vacations including a stay
at the inn were organized.
These “week-in-the-WestN vaca
tions were so well received that they
will be offered again this summer.
The plan includes the regular tour
of Yellowstone plus a stay of four
days or longer at Gallatin Gateway
Inn, at one fixed price. The rate
includes such side trips as the guest
may wish to make into the surround
ing Rocky Mountain recreational
region.
On a typical vacation, the tour
party would leave Gallatin Gate
way Inn in open-top coaches for the
80-mile mountain drive to Yellow
stone, arriving at Old Faithful the
same afternoon. Two days are spent
in this land of spouting geysers and
bubbling ’•paintpots,” of the glor
iously colorful Grand Canyon and of
beautiful Yellowstone Lake. On the
third day, the party is back at Gal
latin Gateway Inn in time for din
ner.
The remainder of the week is oc
cupied in making side trips from the
inn. One day is spent in driving
over the mountains into the beauti
ful Madison River Valley for a visit
to historic Virginia City. This town,
one of the oldest in Montana, has
many buildings dating back to
vigilante days. On a nearby hill is
the famous ‘Boot Hall’ cemetery
where five notorious outlaws are
buried. And nearby is Alder Gulch,
where visitors may try their hands
at panning fold in a stream that was
once the scene of the richest placer
gold strike in the State.
Another motor trip of unusual in
terest is to newly-opened Morrison
Cave. This new State park has been
recently developed by the National
Park Service. The seven chambers
of the cave, connected by winding
passages in the rock, are more than
half a mile in length. The cave is
spectacularly situated high up in the
Tobacco Root Mountains overlook
ing the Jefferson River and valley.
'Quickie1'
Vacations
Events of Interest
Not Far Away
For Washingtonians who wnn’t
have time to get away for a longer
vacation, or for those whose jobs
won't let them get too far away,
there's plenty to see and do within
a short jump from Washington.
Here is a list of “quickie vaca
tions” for the first fortnight of
August, as prepared for The Star
by the District of Columbia Division !
of the American Automobile Asso
ciation:
August 2—Inaugurating a series ]
of nearby horse shows during Au- j
gust will be that of St. James’ j
Church at Monkton, Md., just north
of Baltimore.
3—This Sunday brings two sets of
boat races of interest to yachting
enthusiasts — the Gibson Island
Yacht Squadron's Cedar Point race, |
for cruising and racing classes, and
the Maryland Yacht Club's races 1
from Miles River to Gibson Island, j
3—Another interesting barge trip, |
under direction of the Office of Na
tional Capital Parks, up the old re-,
stored Chesapeake & Ohio Canal.
The horse-drawn barge will leave
Chain Bridge at 2 p.m., returning at
6. after going up as far as Cabin
John or Carderock. Reservations
must be made in advance.
5-9—Cumberland's half-mile race
track begins its annual meeting. It's
a nice drive, up into Western Mary-,
land's mountains. The second half
of the “split season” will be from
the 12th through the 16th.
7-8—Hot Springs, Va„ will be host
to horse-lovers on these two days,
when the Bath County horse show
is scheduled. Hunters, jumpers,
thoroughbreds will contest in many
classes.
7- 9—Morehead City, N. C., will
hold its Coastal Festival, with water
sports, parades and other attrac
tions built around the town's salute
to its harbor.
8- 10—Two more Chesapeake Bay j
Regrettas set for this week end—the
Oxford Regatta, with races for the
Chesapeake Lipton Cup and the J.
Graham Johnson Memorial Tropies,
and the Chesapeake Bay-Tred Avon
Yacht Clubs’ Regetta. Also on the
9th and 10th will be the annual
Solomons Island Regatta.
9- 10—Another horse show, the
Westminister Riding Club's show,
an all-day event on the 9th. On
the 10th, historic Taneytown will
be host to visitors to the one-day
Carroll County Fair. These two
Carroll County events could well be
made the dual objective of a two
day trip.
10- Another barge trip, starting
from Carderock and passing through
Widewater and on up to Great
Falls. A guide from the Office of
National Capital Parks will describe
the country through which the'
canal passes, tell of its history and of
the days when it was conceived as
the only method of hauling freight
inland from the seaports of George
town and Alexandria.
10—The National Capital Parks
Office also is sponsoring a nature
and historical trip through Vir
ginia's Westmoreland State Park
and Stratford Hall, ancestral home
of the Lees of Virginia. Both lie
close together on the Virginia shore
of the Potomac, about 100 miles
from Washington. Detailed in
formation may be had from the
Office of National Capital Parks.
It's a one-day, Sunday trip.
12—The chant of the tobacco
auctioneer will be heard through
the southeastern counties of North
Carolina beginning the 12th. a Tues
day. It marks the opening of the
‘ border belt" tobacco markets.
12-16—County fair-time is prac
tically here. These dates are set for
one of the best known fairs in Vir
ginia's fertile Shenandoah Valley—
the Page County Agricultural Fair
at Luray.
14- 15—Berrvville (Va.) Horse Show,
another Shenandoah Valley event
in the "horse country.”
15- 17—The Annapolis Yacht Club
will hold its annual regatta over
the week end.
Will Rogers Shrine Stands
At Haunt of Humorist
COLORADO SPRINGS, July 26.
—The Will Rogers Shrine of the
Sun, half-way up Cheyenne Moun
tain. near Colorado Springs, is one
of Colorado’s most impressive at
tractions.
Built of stone cut from one solid
block of Colorado granite, the shrine
dominates the landscape for miles
around. At night, concealed flood
lights highlight the monument as it
stands sentry duty.
The shrine is fashioned after an
English feudal castle with particu
lar attention toward making it ap
pear rugged. More than 7.500 tons
of Colorado pink granite went into
the construction of the shrine. The
rest of the building is made of steel
and concrete and no nails or wood
have been used.
Inside, the shrine are four floors.
The first depicts in murals the his
tory of the Colorado Springs region
while the other three floors are filled
with pictures telling the story of
Will Rogers’ life.
The late Spencer Penrose, a Colo
rado Springs pioneer, built the
monument in memory of his friend
and he chose the site because it was
at this particular point that he and
Rogers had so often stood and ad
mired the beauty of the surrounding
country’. A plaque oa the stairway
states that it was from this point
that 5?pbulon Pike first saw the peak
which bears his name.
The old fort of Gragoata, in Brazil,
will become a museum.
Maine Town's Old Homes
To Be Displayed Aug. 13
WISCASSET, Me., July 26.—This
little Maine community, famous for
its magnificent examples of early
American architecture, will hold its
14th annual Open House Day on
August 13.
Many of the finest of the old
homes, including the noted Sortwell
and Smith houses, will again be open
to the public that day.
Wiscasset and its old homes have
become increasingly well known in
recent years because of the visits
of architects from all parts of the
Nation who come here to obtain
source material.
The majority of Wiscasset homes
were built for wealthy sea captains
who obtained their riches in the Far
East trade during the last century.
Wiscasset’s heyday was in 1812 when
it was one of the most opulent towns
of its size in the world. Today, the
little, elm-shaded coastal town is
much as it was in those days.
Extremely little modem building
has taken place in latter years thus
the charm of the town has been
preserved.
There is little organized activity
here on Open House Day. Visitors
simply drift from one point of in
terest to the other. Lunch and tea
is served under the elms on the lawn
of the Sortwell house by the ladies
of the town.
Wiscasset was “discovered” dur
ing the present generation after the
craze for ultra modem construction
and design had subsided and people
turned to the simple beauty of the
Colonial period.
The Georgia period, often called
the golden age of American archi
tecture, is perpetuated in Wiscasset’*
finest home*.
Lottery Stubs and Vaudeville
Come With Cafe's Coffee
CORDOBA, Argentina, July 26.—
In most South American cities peo
ple visit a cafe to have a cup of
coffee, but not so in Cordoba, thriv
ing capital of one of the provinces of
Argentina.
At Cordoba's leading cafe coffee
has become almost a side line, for
customers patronizing it may have
their shoes shined, buy a lottery
ticket or a newspaper from a wan
dering salesman, drink a glass of
beer, take in a vaudeville show and
perhaps throw an amorous glance
or two at a nearby young lady, dis
creetly chaperoned by her mother
and perhaps the rest of the family
also.
From 5 until about 7 o'clock every
evening this cafe has more bustle
than the proverbial three-ring cir
cus. Scores of people wander about
looking for seats, among the hun
dreds of customers already seated.
Bootblacks park in the aisles and go
about their trade, while stolid wait
ers stolidly detour for them. Lot
tery ticket salesmen thrust hands
ful of tickets under the nose of pa
trons and newsboys flash the latest
headlines before one’s eyes.
But these myriad distractions
have not the least effect on a typical
Cordobese, or resident of Cordoba.
He has come for the vaudeville
show, consisting of several perform
ers and a small orchestra, and only
to it does he pay any attention.
The price of this entertainment
is solely the price of one's food and
drink.
After the dinner hour in Cordoba
residents of the city usually visit
Sarmiento Park for another bit of
entertainment. The cafe there is
entirely in the open air. For a few
cents one can buy a cup of coffee or
glass of beer and sit most of the
night enjoying the fun. If one's
cash is low, one "nurses" a cup of
coffee or a glass of beer along for
hours, without arousing the resent
ment of waiters: if one is broke, one
may stand outside a small barrier
and watch the vaudeville just the
same.
Both the large downtown cafe of
Cordoba and the one in Sarmiento
Park differ from the ordinary Ar
gentine cafe in that they attract a
crowd in which there is a small
sprinkling of women; the ordinary
nlaces in Cordoba and other cities
are almost exclusively for men. They
look like small bars or restaurants;
often they have several tables with
chairs strung haphazardly along the
pavement of the sidewalk.
BEWARE
Travel Motion
Motion may tend to upset the organ* of
balance, when traveling bv bti*. train, boat,
motor or plane, causing nausea and dirtiness
—when pleasure i* most desired.Think of the
uncomfortable, embarrassing feeling ere
ated. with no facilities to talte care Of results.
If you. or your children, are affected bv mo
tion nausea, you may travel in comfort.
MOTHERSILL'S remedy has been used
as a valued aid in promoting travel comfort
for over a third of a century. Recommended
by many physicians, nurses and profession
al travelers. Try Mothersill’s on our assur.
ancc of satisfaction or money refunded.
Druggists supply Mothersill's for adults and
children. Write for leaflet and free pencils.
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Millionaire Plans
To Develop Nassau's
Paradise Beach

Resort Village Being
Built at Direction of
Swedish Philanthropist
NASSAU, N. P„ Bahamas, July 26.
—The purchase of Paradise Beach
by Axel Wenner-Gren, philanthropic
Swedish millionaire who is making
his home in Nassau, is the newest
development In this resort's 1941
tourist boom.
Although Mr. Wenner-Gren’s
plans for Paradise Beach are still In
the formative stage, he has disclosed
that he proposes a number of
changes which, he believes, will add
to the fame of this cosmopolitan
playground.
Paradise Beach is a sheltered
crescent of sloping, white beach,
fringed with gaily-colored cabanas
and palm-shaded terraces, overlook
ing an expanse of ocean streaked
with the rare coloring of Bahamian
waters. It is on the north side of
Hog Island, the long, narrow island
which protects Nassau's harbor.
invova * t nut^v a wiiuvui
When the extensive changes and
improvements are completed the
beach will be associated with Para
dise Town, a year-around resort vil
lage which is under construction on
a site adjoining Mr. Wenner-Gren’s
magnificent Hog Island estate,
Shangri, La .
Mr. Wenner-Gren’s first step upon
acquiring Paradise Beach was to
slash admission prices for the sum
mer. Daily luncheons, featuring
Bahamian dishes, are ^erved to the
accompaniement of music by native
minstrels. Later, in connection with
distinctive shops, visitors will be able
to buy Bahamian peasant eraft
j wwk and other merchandise typical J
| of the Bahamas.
j The famous photosphere of John
Ernest Williamson has been moved
| to Paradise Beach. Mr. William
! son welcomes visitors to his Jules
Verne III, a white barge from
1 which he lowers the flexible tube
down which sightseers descend into
i the 4-ton metal ball through w'hose
great window can be seen the drama
and beauty of underseas life. The
photosphere is also the home of
"Seafloor,” the world's first under
j seas post office.
Be;an as Poor Bov.
A poor Swedish boy, Axel Wen
ner-Gren arrived in the United
States in 1908. hoping to get the >
European agency for a gasoline mo
tor. but when that plan collapsed
he went to work for 15 cents a week
in the factory which made the
motors.
On the boat which took him back
to Europe he met Marguerite Lig
gett, daughter of a Kansas City ]
merchant, whom he married. In
Europe Mr. Wenner-Gren acquired
rights to a vacuum cleaner, perfect- \
ed it and with his profits backed
two Swedish scientists who devel
; oped refrigeration by gas.
The hairbrush employed by the
Navajo Indians of New Mexico is
a bundle of stiff grass stems with
I a double purpose—one end is used
; for grooming the hair and the other
j end to sweep the hard dirt floor of
the hogan.
_TRAVEL
ANNAPOUS-MATAPEAKE
FERRIES
Summer Schedule—Effective June It.
1041. Daily Sc Sunday—Eastern Stand
ard Time
Lv. Annapolis 725. 8 P 10. 11 AM.
12 noon. 1. 1 30. 2. 3, 3:30 4, 5. 5 30,
8. 7. 7 30. 8. JO P M 12 mid
Lv. Mataneake 7 25. 8. P. 10. 11
AM. 12 noon. 12 30. 1. 2 2:30. 3. 4. I
4 30. 5. 8. 8:30. 7. 8. 8:30. 11 PM
Reduced Automobile fir Passenger Rotes
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Floating Bridge Used '
For Many Years i
Now Has Detour
TORONTO. July 26.—The
flooating bridges of Chemong
Lake in the Kawartha Lakes
district of Ontario and long a
tourist attraction, have a new
interest this year. One of the
two bridges is 1'* miles long—
the longest floating bridge in
the world—and it now also
boasts a detour. j
When it was found that it
was necessary to make repairs ]
to the bridge, the clever engi
neers constructed a sort of "U,”
branching out from the main
part and built exactly like the
rest of the bridge, and over
this the traffic moves unin
terrupted, with water lapping
the edges of the planks and
every one quite unconcerned.
These floating bridges art
made of planks of wood, an-,
chored by chains to a series of
concrete pilons sunk in the
lake and have been in use for
many years.
New Flights to Permit
Commuting to Resorts
LA GUARDIA FIELD, N. J., July
26.—Vacationers and summer resi
dents of Vermont and upper New
York State will be within commuting
distance of New' York this year, ac
cording to Alfred M. Hudson of Ca
nadian Colonial Airways.
New scheduled flights as well as
week-end specials which will serve
the Army post at Plattsburg and
Fort Ethan Allen, as well as the
vacation spots, are expected to be
popular.
The 1-hour 45-minute flight from
Newr York follows the Hudson as far
as Albany, then over Lake George,
Fort Ticonderoga and along the
shores of Lake Champlain to Bur
lington.
At Burlington connections may be
made with Champlain Ferry for
Port Kent on the west side of the
lake, w'here Plattsburg. Bluff Point,
Saranac Lake. Westport. Essex or
Lake Placid may be reached w'ithin
one hour.
In Vermont. Mallets Bay, Smug
lers Notch. Cedar Beach. Thomp*
on Point and Basin Harbor are ac
essible from the Burlington Alr
iort.
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$1Q0 8 days. Standard Pull
100 mans. Carlsbad Caverns;
Sant* F<; Denver; Estes Park;
Colorado Springs.
$1CQ 14 days. Tourist Pull
luu mans. Carlsbad Caverns:
Riverside: Lo* Angeles; Holly
wood; San Francisco; Grand
Canyon.
$10453 14 day*. Tourist Pull
100-” mans. Glacier Park;
San Francisco; Yosemite; Los
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Canyon; Carlsbad Caverns.
$100 14 days. Tourist Pull
100 mans. Colorado Springs;
Santa F6; Grand Canyon: Lo*
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cisco; Canadian Rockies.
$17C 14 days. Touriat Pull
1/0 mans. Grand Canyon;
Los Angeles; Hollywood; Cata
lina Island; Yosemite; San Fran
cisco; Salt Lake City. Carlsbad
Caverns optional.
$101 14 days. Tourist Pull
101 mans. Glenwood Springs;
Salt Lake City; San Francisco;
Lo* Angeles: Hollywood; Coro
nado Beach; Riverside. Grand
Canyon; Carlsbad Caverns.
$1QC 14 days. Tourist Pull
10 V mans. Grand Canyon;
Los Angeles; Hollywood; San
Francisco; Canadian Rockies.
Carlsbad Caverns optional.
$144 14 days. Tourist Pull
100 mans. Grand Canyon;
Los Angeles: Hollywood; Cata
lina Island; San Francisco: Cana
dian Rockies. Carlsbad Caverns
optional.
$170 14 days. Tourist Pull
I / U mans. Colorado Springs;
Santa Ft; Grand Canyon; Lot
Angeles: Hollywood; San Fran
cisco; Glacier National Park.
$1Q4 14 days. Tourist Pull
lOu mans. Grand Canyon;
Los Angeles; Hollywood; San
Francisco: Canadian Rockies.
Carlsbad Caverns optional.
$10Q 14 days. Tounst Pull
lUU mans. Grand Canyon;
Riverside; Los Angeles; Holly
wood; Catalina Island; San
F rancisco; Glacier N ational Park.
Carlsbad Caverns optional.
$10050 14 days. Tourist Pull
IQb mans. Salt Lake City;
San Francisco; Yosemite; Lo*
Angeles; Hollywood; Catalina
Island; Grand Canyon.
$00053 14 days. Standard
Pullmans. San Fran
cisco; Yosemite National Park;
Los Angeles; Hollywood; Cata
lina Island; Grand Canyon.
$QQr 22 days. Standard Pull
OOu mans. Colorado Springs;
Santa F£: Grand Canyon; Los
Angeles; Hollywood; Santa Bar
bara; Del Monte; San Francisco;
Rainier National Park; Cana
dian Rockies.
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