The Gazette from Montreal, Quebec, Canada on April 15, 1972 · 35
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The Gazette from Montreal, Quebec, Canada · 35

Montreal, Quebec, Canada
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Saturday, April 15, 1972
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Touring in The ultimate In luxury tour of Europe via private jet for 11 days at $2,035, up to 17 days for $3,145, or as it breaks down $185 per day is being offered by Renaissance, a New York tour operator, in collaboration with Air France. The $185 docs not include transatlantic air transportation, which represents another $790 in first class, Montreal-Paris return. Rolli-Royct and Mercedes-Bent vehicles are provided., for ground transportation. Between cities flights ara in an ight-passenger Falcon jet exclusive to tour members. The tours can be started in either Paris or Rome, and terminate In the other city. On arrival in Paris the f irst night's dinner is at Maxim's or the Tour d' Argent; in Rome at the Hostaria dell'Orso; and the tour continues along that high level. Private castles, villas and yachts are used, along with hotels of the calibre of the Bristol in Paris. . Travel Club A new travel club, the Club Caribee, an informal resort operation, has been opened in the former Hawksbill Beach New MIRROR Wrll P.O. Box 1C for NEW fret color brochurt or call (518) 523-2M4. LOW SPRING RATES! $16 - $18 - $20 PER PERSON Including dinner and breakfast ' No checkout hour keep your room m lata at you wish on departure date LAKE PLACID, N.Y. Bnm m New England's CLEANEST and SAFEST Surf Bathing. A world famous, miles-long, sandy beach. Maine's foremost Amusement Area. Golf. Rock and Deep Sea fishing, surf casting. Gift shops. Night clubs. Horse ond stock cor racing. Accommodations to fit every budget. Write for FREE illustrated color brochure, accommodations directory and list of things to do ond see. Specify your vacation dates, number in party and type ofvaccommodations desired. , Write Dept. . 35, Chamber of Commerce . Old Orchard Beach, Maine. 04064 We tell it all in onr new "easy-to-plan-at-your-lingertips" Barbados Bonanza Brochure, available at your favourite Travel Agent Ask him for the professional experience and guidance he can give to make your visit to Barbados the most memorable vacation ever. Only Barbados, the friendliest island, offers you the variety and vacation style you want at prices you want to pay. Matchless weather, scenery, tours and endless activities can be enjoyed at any budget level at any choice of accommodation and for any length of stay you wish. Choose the Barbados Bonanza "72 Budget Plan, wuh European Plan accommodation; new low ITX airfare of $212 from Toronto or Montreal (departing and returnirg Monday through Thursday); round trip ground transportation ; a special Bajan Concert at Hastings Rocks or alternate jrmic kxauoo. (Meals, tips and departure tax are extra.) FC2A5 LITRE 1200 Peel Street, Montreal ROBERT BERGERON TRAVEL INC. 7725 U. Den S. 271-3301 1550 MaetwuiOT-v 935-!l32 Srt 243 (Marcel Ross, Co-Oirner) 7 BEAUTIFUL K.'CKTS 10 BEAUTIFUL NIGHTS 14 BEAUTIFUL NIGHTS i&jL31'J. luxury at $185 per day Hotel, which fronts on four separate beaches on the island of Antigua. The plan is an all-inclusive rate which includes all meals, wines, plus activities ranging from yacht York LAKE 2HS msmm J iVJ 1111 E j 1 uwu i Will 1 There is a Barbados Bonanza '72 Vacation to suit your budget. Three examples are listed below from the 670 raluf-pocked choices now available in either a 7-night, 10-night or 14-night Barbados Bonanza fioliday.iAllratnarefuledw U.S. funds) mm ixm w.m Choose a Barbados Bonus Plan Vacation, which includes Modified Afnerican Plan accommodation of your choice; the new low ITX airfare of S2i2 from Toronto or Montreal (departing and returning Monday through Thursday), and seven big value-packed bonus features. Your only extras are lunches, tips and departure tax. K9K0RE 523 THAN mnisM (MUlUOtCUPMCT) For reservations sail AMERICAN Company of For immediate 866-7451 1241 Peel Sr Montreel, Quebec cruises to tennis. The club may be booked through Fairway Tours Limited by any travel agent. The 31 hotel establishments on Antigua have set rates to mid-December of this year at $9 to $38 single, and from $14 to $50 double occupancy, Modified American Plan (two meals per day). Hilton Hotels in the Caribbean have introduced a Treasure Chest plan, with single island, Hilton-hopping and honeymoon packages avail-able in nine establishments. The plan may be purchased in connection with the variety of special summer fares available to the islands. Prices for a seven night-eight day stay range from $84 per person, double occupancy, to $112, depending upon the hotel and island. YANKEE CLIPPER INN A smaiM linui-iois Inn on extensive grain at the edge of the sea. "Like J (Cruise on Uie ocean witn none or me motion." Quirt scenic. Glass-enclosed 'ocean front, dining room. Rooms with land without meals. Heated salt water swimming pool. Sailing, fishing and all i "sports. Perfect tor painters and pnoto- :araohers. Ooen now to November 30. (Lower rates until June 30 and alter "Sept. A. On route 17, Tel. 617-546- J 3497. Wo liquor sold or served. ' J ,Fred and Lydia Wemyss, Owner-Mgrs. Write Box 520M, ROCKPORT, Mass. Recommended fT & Mobil 2 by VPrry buifle ? .Massachusetts FREE 64 PAGE VACATION GUIDE Year-Round Vacationiand Over 600 places to flay an infinite variety ol things to do and tee. Write for your Free Guide, advise when coming, length ol stay, number of bedrooms, accommodations desired, motel, hotel, cottage, tourist homes or apartments. (Include your Zip Code.) CAPE COD CHAMBER of COMMERCE Hyannls 34, Massachusetts 02601 Choose the ultimate with a Barbados Bonus Plan Vacation at a deluxe hotel with Modified American Plan, plus the seven value-packed bonus features. Travel any day on the 21-day Economy Class Excursion airfare of J262 from Toronto or Montreal Pamper yourself ith luxurious accommodations, the finest of cuisines, in exotic surroundings. Your only extras are lunches, tips and departure tax. K0KQXE 689 THAN PHKRSOI (MVMi OCCBNUKT) Co EXPRESS Canada Ltd. reterratlons call WORLD TRAVEL SERVICE New hotel set Mctro-Goldwyn-Mayer will break ground in Las Vegas today for the MGM Grand Hotel, billed as the world's largest resort hotel, on a 43-acre site at the comer of the Las Vegas "Strip" and Flamingo Road. A gourp of Hollywood stars is being flown in for the formal ceremony. Scandinavian Airlines System has begun thrice-weekly service between Copenhagen and East Berlin; with Inter-f lug, the East German Airline, operating the same fre-q u e n c y . Connections are available on SAS transatlantic flights linking Montreal and Copenhagen. Isaac Stern, Arturo-Bene-detti Michaelangeli, Rampal, Regine Cres-pin, Martine Geliot, and Gian Carol Menotti are among the artists participating in the annual Musical Festival at Sea this year aboard the ms Renaissance, sailing from Lisbon Sept. 4 and docking at Cannes Sept. 16. Travel aids International nights, with music, food and wines traditional to the particular country being cited, will be featured on Wednesday evenings this summer at Dundurn Castle, in Hamilton, Ont. The castle will be open for tours, and there will be other special events. Details are available from The Director, Dundurn Castle, York Boulevard, Hamilton, 13. "The Camping Capital of the World" is a title claimed by Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. The Greater Myrtle Beach Chamber of Commerce, at P.O. Box 1326, Myrtle Beach, S.C., 29577, will send a descriptive brochure on request. CRAIGVILLE INN, MANOR & LODGE Croigville Conference Center 100th Anniversary Year Operated bv United Church of Christ for ALL people. Overlooking ocean & lakes with private beach house & snack bar on famous Craiaville Beach. Excel :nt warm water bathing. Friendly -nemeie. Planned voluntary social activities & tours. $78. to $114. a week oer person (double occupancy), 2 meals daily, low family rates. Tel. 617-775-1265. Write for color folder. Craia ville Inn, Dept. 10, CRAIGVILLE, ,.aoe Cod, Mass. Barbados T2 Bonanza Vacations feature both Budget and true "value-packed" Bonus Plans in a choice of 34 hotels and apartments, ranging up to our most deluxe ac-.. commodations and all at "special" Bonanza rates, available from April 16th to December I5th. Just ask for our Bonanza Brochureit tells all ! We couldn't hope to cover the choices here. (! BARBADOS TOURIST BOARD 151 Eojinton Ave. E., Toronto ' . VACATJCMSV 1 Select your Barbados ?2 Bonanza Vacation from6?0choicesino,jrnew brochure. ' - AVAILABLE FROM YOUR TRAVEL AGENT 861-3611 MEADOWS TRAVEL SERVICE 751 Victoria Sq. Rm-Jl?0 849-1243 5 ji mi mi i iii inn ii i i in ii i 1 1 ii hi ii i r i 1 '" 1 in " " " " """""""J! j. V-K. . A i f.V. !! i - ro - y r -r r . vs; ' &?& ft - - - krx " Sales game in the bag BURLINGTON Ont. -(CP) Bantam Stores Ltd. had to put a $5 limit on a new giveaway game Thursday when two teen-agers figured a way to beat the system. Michael Dowling, 16, and his friend, Christopher Plouffe, both of Burlington, won $670.07 worth of free groceries. , Here's what happened. The store had implemented a promotion in which figures of bantam roosters were printed on cash register tapes. Each time a rooster showed up on the tape, the shopper received all the groceries already rung up on the register free of charge. Child suicide efforts revealed . LOS ANGELES - (AP) An analysis of 1,100 cases of child poisoning indicates that almost 75 per cent were intentional - and more than one-fourth of the poisonings were attempts at suicide, says a psychiatrist at the University of Southern Cali fornia school of medicine. . Dr. Robert Litman said yesterday studies indicated 43 per cent of the children between the ages of 6 and 10 who attempted suicide underwent significant emotional, stress at "the time of the poisonings and 78 per cent of those over 10 years of age were under stress. - QUEBEC URBAN COMMUNITY 880 CHEMIN STE-FOY QUEBEC 6 Call For Tenders Waterworks near the Quebc Metropolitan Industrial Park, in Road No. 2. The Quebec Urban Community will receive tenders until 15.00 hours Monday, May the first 1972, for waterworks neor the Quebec Metropolitan Industrial Park, in road no. 2. Details of the work to be carried out are described in the plans, specifications and tender forms that ore avoiloble ot the offices of the consulting engineers, Beaulieu, Poulin & Robi-taille, 3333 Hamel Blvd., Quebec 8, ond Rover, Royer, Thi-vierge, 4 Pork Samuel Holland, suite 101. Quebec 6, upon deposit of fifty dollars ($50.00), refundable to those who submit tenders and return them in good condition. Contractors must attoch to their tenders a certified check made payable to the Q.U.C. in on amount equal to 10 of the tender. The present regional deveksp-rnent project is financed by the Deportment of Regional Economic Expansion of Canada ond corried out in collaboration with Quebec and Quebec Urban Community. Tenders must be addressed to the Q.U.C, care cf the undersigned, ESO S?e-Foy, Quebec 6, and beor the project identification. Tenders wiil be opered at J 5.00 hours on Monday, May the first, at the oddress given ob&ve, ond tnde-ers ere invited o otend. The Q.U C does net bind H;rf to ccrept the lowest nor orty tender submitted. Quebec, ie . Yvon D-Haite, lsye Secretpfy Q.U.C 'Giveaway' champs, Michael When Michael and Christopher entered the store Wednesday they only had a few dollars between them. But ther boys decided to feed groceries over the counter 'until the rooster popped up. They were still feeding when the rooster finally came up two hours later. The bill was $670.07. ; When Michael and Christopher started in on the shelves, Betty Friel, who. operates the store with her husband, called her husband. He called the head office of the chain which ran the giveaway gimmick in six of its stores. . They were told, in effect, to grin and bear it. Mrs. Friel said that she got tired just punching . up the groceries on the cash register. At 10:30 p.m., the normal closing time, the Friels closed up the store but ailowed the boys to keep purchasing. "When there's a customer in the store, we don't rush them out," said Mrs. Friel. Do it... before Why not file yours now... and do 1 Begin by correctly identifying yourself Fill In and send us your personal-ized TP1 Short 1971" provincial income tax form... which was mailed to you. Check to see that your name, address and social insurance number appear correctly. If they don't, make the necessary corrections in the part marked "For Corrections only". If you use a non-personalized form, make sure that you correctly print your name, address, social insurance number and date of birth where indicated. Since it has to do it now! f The GAZETTE, Montreal. Sot., Dowling, left and Chris Plouffe "It would really be impolite." The boys said that if they had reached the end of the cash register tape, without seeing a rooster, they somehow would have paid for the groceries. Michael said that when their gamble hadn't paid off by the $500 mark he became worried. . ' . But when that rooster came up I went nuts." Thursday, the boys ?hT "d their loot with neighbors, giving some away ana selling other items at half price. CHISHOLM ALUMINUM LTD. 15 6th At., Villt St. Pitrrt hnMMiri Sinn l5( it's too late! be done, Win. GCi;EREVFrr n. i a WnrD'DTxtvr Aorll 15, 1972 (CP Wirephoto) PLAGUED BY BOILER PROBLEMS? WE'RE EXPERTS IN REPAIRING ALL TYPES OF BUNKER BOILERS lliiill fejyfe 273-6381 STORM DOORS AND WINDOWS fa mvf with (iMM jMifttmf m4 clwiHf fry feit"jf Ivw-SmI Aluminum Wiftdtv n. Own. t-tirr, twtKt, M mIm ymr hmi , . . ptyt for iracM in pmiin Mvinfiwi COMMERCIAL FRONT AND ENTRANCES EAVESTROUGHS SHUTTERS DOORS ALUMINUM SIDINGS AWNINGS 5-YIA JUVICI GUARANTEE 10 DECORATOR COLORS CaM far T 488-8454 1 4 "f 'i i J it right. .,.,. iuw-'.,.i . IU.'J. 2 Then, follow your guide closely After all, the TP1 Short 1971" provincial income tax form is merely two sides of a single sheet of paper plus a handy guide to help you. To avoid mistakes, fill in the working copy and re-write all the information on your personalized copy received in the mail. That's the one you'll be sending to the Department of Revenue. First, complete the "Personal Exemptions" section, then the "Pension Ran" and the "Income" sections. Now fill in the "Health Insurance Ran" section, and finally calculate your "taxable income" and make your "tax calculation". You may find out that the government owes you some money. I 35 !! i i i t i I t Z i I ! ! I I ;i $ i I !.! t i; i . !! IHRHQIHI T t

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