Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California on July 16, 1961 · Page 88
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SOUTHLAND TRAVELER Arizona Offers New Fun Region By Fred Taylor Kraft ttttfldenr, Prt«-T«r«r»m Travel Editor 1903, westerners nrc going to have a vast new playground in which to romp and relax. This is the Glen Canyon Recreation Area, a 1.4-million- acre federal fun region which surrounds w h a t eventually will be Lake Powell, near the boom town of Page in northern Arizona. Formed by Glen Canyon Dam on the Colorado River just below the Utah slate line, Lake Powell -- 186 miles long with a shoreline of 1,800 miles -- will start filing next year and is expected to be in ful! use in a couple of years. However, t o u r i s t s won't have to wait that long to enjoy the region's scenic, historic and sports appeal. Canyon Tours, Inc., has started work on the first of its $3 million program to proviue mote), dining and other tourist facilities at Wahweap, not far from Page. In fact, some units are reported ready for tourists right now. CAMPERS GET a break, too, with the National Park Service developing facilities in the same area which will be ready before year's end. Plans call for developments at seven other locations, two accessible only by boat. Summed up, MEMBERS. FAMILIES AND \ FRIENDS OF THE American College of Radiology Atlend tho VH Intcr-American Congress of Radiofogy In Sao Paulo. Braiil, from September 3 fo September 9, 1 9 6 1 . 18 Day Eiicorled Tour All Inclusive $1.102.00 Round Trip From Los Angeles For Information jand reservations coll Travel your authoriied travel ogent in Befmont SKore 5265 E. 2nd St. GE 3-0917 ASK FOR PIERRE MAHOH The finest to Europe... Fn coopaia- Ifonwith America's forernosl exclusive European Tour operalois, Olson TiavelOreanizalion and Olson's Campus Touis, vvt offer you a template program of the fmssf 8 toimiry, peisonally escorted, ALL EXPENSE TOURS featuring London, Rome, Paris. Frequent sailings, April thru Sept. in famous Cunard Supsrliners QUEEN ELIZABETH and QUEEN I MARY. * D.T.D- L-riry Toars, ML FIRST CLASS .,.43 (o tl dJys, J2245 and up. + O.T.O. De1ai« TWHJ, CABW CUSS... 8CounUies46toSldiyJ,fromjn55, * Olson's Cinjut TOUII. AIL-STUDWT TOURIST CUSS . . . 8 Countries 48 lo 55 days, J16-45 (o f I695 Don't D*[iv..,for eompfM* person, phcn« of write today to C. F. BEACH TRAVEL SERVICE X53 LOCUST AVE Prt. HE a-6457 LonB Beacli 17. CaUf. National Park Service plans to spend more than $15 million and officials estimate that, including private development, approximately §30 million will be spent on tourist facilities in the entire area. What's to see and do? Right now the chief attraction is watching construction of the mighty dam, now about half completed and scheduled to be finished in 1964. Several vantage points are located on Hwy. 89, near Page. WIIRN COMPLETED, the huge area will offer, in addition to camping and sightseeing, such water sports as boating, skiing, fishing (buss, crappie, catfish, bluep.ill and trout), and swimming on a year-around basis. In the same general area are Navajo Bridge, east of. the Vermillion Cliffs and south of Page, and Rainbow National Monument, in Utah. Best way to get there from the Southland is to turn north on Hwy. 89 at Flagstaff, Ariz. GREYHOUND announces a series of escorted tours of the Pacific Northwest and Canada which sound great. Included on the itinerary are the redwood forests north of San Francisco; the rugged Oregon coast, considered to be one of the world's finest marine drives; a 4 \/ 2 -hour steamer cruise from Vancouver to Victoria, B.C.; a voyage through island-studded Puget Going Places (Continued from Page 28) with its vast complex of terminal buildings and runways built over highways. Ride the subway, especially if you've never done it before. Above all, walk wherever the spirit moves you. No city is as varied from block to block as New York, none offers so much stimulation to the just plain curious. For something unusual,, try one of the Sunday walking tours of the Museum of the City of New York (phone LEhigh 4-1672 for reservations; cost $2.50). They take small guided groups through little known areas of great geographic and historic appeal. SHOPPING--Generally expensive, but there isn't anything legally for sale anywhere in the world that you can't buy here. The best bargains are at the discount houses. But you've got to know w h a t you're about. Among the most reliable bargain stores are S. Klein, Ohrbach's, Peerless Stores, and E. J. Korvette. Shirley find Rob Sloans will be happy to help readers with their travel problems. Address them in core of Southland Magazine, Independent, Press- Telegram, 6th and Pine, Long Beach 12, Cali}. Sound to Seattle; visits to Portland, the Columbia River gorge, Mt. Shasta, San Francisco and Sacramento. Tour includes roundtrip transportation, "private" coach which slays with the group the entire trip, hotel accommodations each night, services of a professional escort who acts as guide and host, and special sightseeing. From Los Angeles, the tour is 14 days and costs only $293.50, plus tax. IF TOURING through Flagstaff, Ariz., late this month, don't overlook the annual Exhibition of Navajo Arts and Crafts being held July 23-30 in the Museum of Northern Arizona. Not only will outstanding examples of silver work, rugs and other products be available for sale, but Navajo artists a l s o will demonstrate their skills. WEEKEND GADABOUTS: Next weekend, because of the eye-filling International Beauty Congress, will be a good one to stay in Long Beach. They say the girls will be prettier than ever this year. But if you must gad: Pcrris Valley will hold its 14th annual Potato Festival-July 21-23 -- c e l e b r a t i n g bounteous crops. A carnival and queen contest are among the events. San Luis Rey Mission, near Oceanside, will hold its annual Fiesta on July 22-23. Following an ancient Mexican custom, people will bring their animals -- and children, their pets -- to be blessed Saturday noon by the padres. The outdoor fiesta mass, composed during the days of the Indians, will be sung at 11 a.m. Sunday. A barbecue, Indian games and dancing will follow. Mojave (north from Palmdale on Hwy. 6) holds its Air Show and Indian Powwow on July 22-23. Dedication of the a i r p o r t will be celebrated with the Cole Brothers air show of aerobatics, chute jumps, car-to-plane transfer, and a huge display of planes. SOUTH BOIMU! CRUISES EXTRA PORTS · EXTRA DAYS · IMO EXTRA FARE js MONTEREY sailing Sept. 16, ss MARIPOSA sailing Oct. 3-from San Francisco, nexl day from Los Angeles. At no extra fare you'll gain up to three extra cruise days, an extra call at Honolulu southbound, and a bonus call at Hilo plus the regular Honolulu visit on your.way home. Iri addition to Hawaii you'll sea-rovD through Watson's Ports of Paradise at their exotic springtime best: Tahiti, Rarotonga, New Zealand, Australia, Fiji and Pago Pago. You'll cruise an extra thousand miles in incomparable Matson luxury- cordial service, delicious dining .. . dsys and nights of fun and leisure aboard the only all First-Class liners in South Seas cruise service. Fares begin at $1125 . . . (or details and reservations, see your travel agent. A T R A D I T I O N Or L U X U R Y For further information on the above trips contact any of the following f-ravel agencies AUTHORIZED AGENT ACME TRAVEL SERVICE 5004 Faculty Av«., Lakewaad ME 4-2700 Lakewced Cenlef -- opp. Poll Oirict "WE COVER THE WORLD" "Authorized Agent" BELLFLOWER TRAVEL SERVICE 17022 Belldower Blvd. TO 6-9185 AUTHORIZED AGENT Circle Travel Service 2221 PACIFIC AVE. ,,,,,. GA 7-9967 "AUTHORIZED AGENT" PIERRE MANON TRAVEL AGENCY 5265 E. SECOND ST. (Beimont Share) H 3-0917 "/»«fnorfi*d 4ge.r C. F. BEACH Travel Service 452 Locuit Ave.. Long Boacb fhone HE 2-6457 "Authorized Agent" BELMONT SHORE TRAVEL 194 Park Avt. 8E 5-2129 Ttl Us Pkw Yew Pknurc" "Your LI. Authorized A9«*t" FEMWICK TRAVEL SERVICE 309 E. Ocean Blvd. Phone HE 2-5924 "AutbariiKet Agetr" TRAVEL CENTER MAY CO.-- LAKEWOOD THIRD FLOOR MIOIMS: ME 3-4473. ME 3-0717 Touring the West? Enjoy l u x u r y a c c o m m o d a t i o n s at low summer rates! 7 Atlil to the fun of jour trip to the scenic West with a rcJVcfljing stopover in exciting Phoenix. Relax in a cool pool, sleep in air-condilioncd comfort, enjoy excellent food. Money-savin^- rates help your travel dollars go further, Write for tolor literature to YolJfjr fjthe Sun Vititcrf Bureau, fhocni*, Arliona, Deft, SO-J MKMti^^tfjyfttwffi- 29

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