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Ever since Captain Cook visited the
Hawaiian Islands and Herman Mel-
ville started his stories of the South
Seas, the weary traveler has sought
surcease from the hectic life of the
North in the quiet and lanquid islands
below the equator.
The swift airpianes which itow
carry the bedraggled traveler froml
the North to these islands are a far-'
cry from the old sailing ships. It is
now possible to go to Bermuda from!
New York in less tnan five hours.
The giant flying boats speed back and
forth over the new routes to these;
"treasure islands" of the North At-!
lantic. Here is a practical miracle of
,nodern transportation -- bringing,
as near as your country club or fav-1
orite beach, this mid-ocean wonder-
land so eagerly sought by the travel-
wise from every corner of the globe.
Trade Routes To Mexico Horse
Trade'routes also lie toward Mexico some 1
and Central America. You can fly to "pram,
South America over sapphire blue _ _
lakes deep-set in the forests. You will
see scenically lovely mountains from
a back-drop for a stage filled witi
quick-changing vistas. Guatemala
City, four-centuries-old capital of the
Aztec's 'Land of the Eagle,"is here.
Hosts of interesting sights are made
the miore- delightful by a constant.
procession of Guaemalan Indians,
colorful in their native costume, plac-
idly laden: down. with flowers 'and
vegetables; pottery, basketry and:
handwoven fabrics. Scarcely another
hour-along that historic route where
Alvarado's conquering bandtoiled
and fought for months. to gain th'e
same distance-- is Salvador - small-
est. but. abindantly interesting re-
public of Central America.
Fouravenues of stirring history
have suried. through the splendid
avenues of the ancient capital city.
One hou. frm Salvador lies Hon-
dura/- thence over wide banana;
plantations, great haciendas 'and
tropic forests to Managua, capital ofI
Nicaragua, 'between two "great inland
Many Cruises To Havana
Many cruises are offered to Ha- H o .
vana, sparkling jewel of the Carib-
bean. In this gay and colorful port
you will have an opportunity to visit
Cuba's scenic beauty by day, and by
London's Faned HIyde Park
1 avedhol c snd Histories
Relate Stories And Dc-
seriptions of P laces
Fea1tIIre's N'ew Lists
considering travel in the Orient. Scrapbook, a companion volume to Hollander who returned to his native
Another work on this part of the Ftom a Paris Garrett will be of inter- land as a tourist from America is
world is F. Kingdon Ward's Plant to Paris visitors. guide to Hendrik do Leouw's Crossroads of the
unter's Paradise, a description of d
life on the jungle trails leading into the Netherlands written by a native Zuyder Zee.
Tibet from North Burma and the
inhabitants of the primitive region
VIENNA, the image of a Culture
in Decline, is the title of a pre-
A number of readable travel books anschluss pororayal of the new Nazi
have appeared on the literary market capital on the Danube-it's history,
this spring. One of the most pop- its brilliance, its charm and its decay.
ular has beer Laughing Odyssey, by Ihe author, EdlwardlCrankshraw, is
Eileen igland, a description of an best known for his biography of
nglishwoman's summer in Russia-- Joseph Conrad. He has also trans-4
days in Moscow, Kharkov, Roostov lated numerous German plays and
and the wild regions of the Caucasus. novels.
Ter anecdotes about the various peo- Richard Le Galienne's From a Paris
ple she met and the infinity of small -
adventures which befell her make
this a delightful chronicle. The au--Frei hter Trp
thor has nothing to do with Com-
munist or anti-Communist doctrines,;Ch
is free from prejudice and gifted with xC ea
a keen sense of humor.
The Malay Peninsula is the scene For Vnonboiads
of Pahang, by Williard C. Bush, a II
young American who landed in Sing-
Exceptional Conducted Tours
NOW REPRESENTED IN ANN ARBOR BY
Sense told this beast that with proper technique he'd get
umps of sugar, greeting Jacqueline and Benita Barrett in their
,' in London's Hyder Park.
All sors To France See
apore with $1.40 in his pockets and A vagabond trip around the world
r week later had won a position as on one of the hundreds of trampI
manager of a rubber plantation with
2.000 workers. Mr. Bush was former- t
ly a captain in the United States ' ways to strange out-of-the-way ports
Asiatic Force, and his story of his from Cape Town to Nome in search
experiences in Pahang, "the land of of cargo, is a vacation possibility for
brooding menace, of savage pleasures students without a large budget.
and sudden death" makes fascinating Prices offered ranged from $2.90- I
material a-day for trips on Orient-bound Jap-
Snow On the Equator, by H. W. anese liners to regular $10-a-day all-
Tillman, is an amusing account of expense cruises, but the vast majority
the author's experiences in Africa. of the ships charge only three, fourI
Arriving in Kenya after the War, like of five dollars daily.
ma ny other hopeful ex-service set- See South Seas
tiers, he set about clearing the square Among the more interesting voy-
mile of jungle that was his lot. In ages is one that lasts five mozhtls
the course of time, when the coffee j and takes the traveler from San
and flax planted did not demand Francisco to Samna, Australia, New
constant attention, shooting trips Guiana, Fiji Islands, Noumea, Tulagi.
were possible and there were also the Tongo Islands and many other
safaris farther afield. Ascents were little-visited South Sea ports. The
made of Mount Kenya, Kilimanjaro ships are American, and a flat rate
and Ruwenzori (the Mountain of th2 i of $4 a day prevails. This price in-j
Moon"). eludes a stateroom with connecting
A Turkish Moslem, Halide Edib. bath.
author of Turkey Faces West and Ath'-I(ns(UJOo en-
1~~~~~ Llb shajtu eA tee-mnonthls cruise of Scanrdi-
other booksd has just published a navia with stops at Mexico and Cuba
book on I-indu-Moslem India, liimide on the return trip costs only $3.10
India, The work is more in the o h em rpcssol 30
India 'h wnnor a isoore i l ea day and has aroused much interest.
utr vev o'ian northodox travel book, Seventy-five dollar rates to Europe
'~ur('ytha an rthdoxtravl bokare offered by half-a-dozen lines.
but should b7e of service to anyone
- Go To Belgium
spanting-Nelis Lampert and Holt have a three-
and Iulilps in mass monhacuisitoBrail or 3 aday
Tulip Farm, with millions of blooms;onth cruise to Brazil for $3 a day
brilliantlyflood-lightednightly..while the Black Diamond line offers
brilianly foodligted ighly. a flat price of $120 for a round trip.
Opening Day. Saturday, May 14th. to Belgium.
Official opening, 10:00 a.m. Hope
Chapel Carillon program followed by
of the Little Netherlands and Neth-
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night thrill to "Havana After Dark."
An automobile sightseeing tour to the "Tulip Time"has made the City
beautiful Vedado suburb, famous of Holland a mecca for the lovers of'
Marianao Beach and other typically the picturesque and beautiful. !
Cuban spots of interest will show you By no people in the United States
a bit of Cuba's beauty and charm by have the quaint customs of a father-
day. You won't want to miss a stir- I
ring game of Jai-Alai at the Fronton J Land been treasured more than byR
- and surely you will want to visit those from the Netherlands of Eu-
some of the famous night clubs where rope, not as a daily usage but as aI
you will swing to the exotic rhythm vehicle for enhancing festival occa-
of the rhumba. Ancient cathedrals lion.
and iron-grilled balconies of Spain- I In this city, which is the ('eter of
sidewalk cafes and boulevards of Par- , ole of Dutch bit or de
is - make Havana reminiscent of the scent, he institution of "Tulip. Time
Old World. has attained international note be-
The island of Bali is becoming aL cause of its adherence to the authen-
"must" on the' travelers' itinerary tic. freedom from commercialism,
more and more every year. The East 'ballyhoo and carnival.
Indies are also very popular. Ten years ago the "Tulip Time
-d-ea had its inception. By 1930
Ac e tsplantings of bts had rechd such
Iproportions a~s to warrant thet first'
,n . . festival program. The plantins
In S ria, Palestie- have been augmented from year'o
year and three million bulbs are low'
Archeological discoveries of much In place comprising 8, miles of tulip
interest to the traveler have recent- lanes which are residential streets
ly made Palestine, Syria and Lebanon bordered on eithe si ith end
varieties. Mass plantings in pa rkhs
meccas for many tourists, and nurseries greet the visitors at
Historically important -events, such many point:s. The mtiiuicipaal park
as the uncovering of ancient Lachish, board provides the bulbs and handles
which was mentioned in the old the horticultural work. Owners of
whic wasmen~iond i theoldprivate gardens vie in effort to excel I
Testament, combine with beautiful in their tulip displays.
natural settings to provide a splen- The Festival runs for nine days
did vacation journey. The opening ceremony is the scrub-
The ruins of old Frankish castles bing of the streets. Hundreds of
made by Latin Knights impress tour- men and women in Dutch costume,
ists with their massiveness, while the the men in puff breeches (pof broe-
great Krak of the Knights, the ruins ken) and the women in tight bodices
of which rise more than 200 feet and and full skirts, and all in wooden
cover almost five acres, provides an 1 moes komnpen), engage in makini
interesting side trip for visitors tol the streets of "Tulipl Town" r'lean:
the Levant. and spotless. On the streets are
Less exciting but still interesting flower girls with yokes and baskets
sights which offer tourists novel trav- (bloemenmanden) filled with tulips,
el experiences include old Damascus, and milk carts drawn by do's s in
Beirut and Antiochia. the Land of Dikes. Old men with
long pipes and native garb frequent
the Coffee Shops for daily "Koffie
Kletz." The shops abound in Dutch 1
i I 1 1 1 D _ E3. i h milesof
erlands Museum will swing open to
the public.-At 2:00 p.m. the Street
Scrubbing, Klompen Dance and
great Volks Parade will get under I
way. (Broadcast over nationwide
FOR SUMMER VACATION'
"l ors Psl .1.Sndy igigguna,
Tulip Lanes, start River Ave. (US-21) Zingen Van Psalmn. Sunday, May
15th. Dutch Psalm Singing. 'Mid
and 13th St. and follow arrows-Kol- colorful fields, gardens and sea,
len and Centennial Parks with choice Dutch artists have reproduced "Old
varieties in beds of Dutch design- Holland" in miniature. 3500 square
Windmill Park, with its Dutch Mill 1 feet of Lilliputian Netherlands.
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