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For a between-meal "snack" or moderately priced meal, you'll find that the new and novel dinette cars provide convenient dining service in the modern manner. ^ ^-^ " " ^'- -- Canadian National , makes RECORD PURCHASE ofnew passenger equipment! This record purchase marks the beginning of a new era in Canadian train travel. These modern cars offer a complete choice of accommodations... are designed to provide the utmost in comfort, in convenience, in beauty. Every day more of these cars are joining our fleet of famous "name" tins. By midsummer, they will all be in service, helping to make your Canadian National va cation more wonderful than ever. Attend the Shakespearean Festival at Stratford, Ont. July-Aug. Visit Can ada's romantic Eastern Cities. The walled city of Quebec; Ottawa, Canada's capital; Montreal, "The Paris of North America"; the great city of Toronto. With three wide, comfortable berths and completely en closed toilet facilities, Cana dian National's modern drawing rooms offer ideal night and day accommoda tions for family groups. Deep in Ontario's lovely Lake-of-the Woods region is Minaki Lodge, a luxurious log-bungalow resort in a delightful lakeland district. Mar vellous fishing... golf on forest-lined fairways... motorboating, canoeing, swimming and tennis. You will have a vacation you'll never forget. In spacious new C.N.R. coaches you view the changing scenery through wide picture windows.. stretch out on your reclining foam rubber seat. + Choose one of Canada's 10 Top Maple Leaf Vacations 1. The Scenic Route Across Canada 2. Alaska Cruise via the Inside Passage 3. The Provinces-by-the-Sea 4. Eastern Cities and the Laurentians 5. Sub-Arctic Hudson Bay Tour 6. Romantic French Canada 7. Minaki (Lake of the Woods) 8. Highlands of Ontario 9. British Columbia "Triangle Tour" 10. Jasper in the Canadian Rockies Ask about Canada's Top Maple Leaf Vacations or let CANADIAN NA TIONAL RAILWAYS experts package a tour for you to include side trips and stopovers. Canadian National offices in principal U. S. cities. In Canada, Passenger Department, 360 McGill St., Montreal. Or see your Travel Agent. *np ( - eir.