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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 9, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Augutt 9, 197? THE U1HBR1DGE HERAID 9 New food, lodging ideas New guide for young hitch-hikers Ily THE CANADIAN PHKSS Forty Harvard and llacl- eliffe students have come up with a food-and-lcxljiins; guide for hitch-hiking youth in North America. Unliko most travel hooks, Go: the student guide to Die United Slates and Canada, focuses on cheap anil good food rather lhan haul cuisine. A restaurant serving crested breast of pheasant under piuis can't Ire found in the listings places like Red's Eats, Wiscasset, Me., "just over the bridge. Standing-up grill f a r c o t dogs and things; quickie meals, mostly under fill the book's 701 pages. It's a valuable document for the freeloader with a slim wallet with its advice on low- cost or no-cost lodging and camping, inexpensive restaur- ants, "the dope on out-of-the-ordinary sights and travel tips. Canada gets 55 pages in the book and some compliments. It mentions (hat "the slow clcalh of passenger train travel in the United States is one of the tragedies of prog- ress." But Canadian National and Canadian Pacific "are far superior to and much less ex- pensive than the rail service in the U.S." "Luckily (or the book tells travelling youth, "in 1971 Canada virtually opened its doors to young people by providing free hostels and free food. "When arriving in a Cana- dian city, head sii'sight for these hostels; the service is still provided and they are included." It gives addresses and tele- phone numbers and summa- rizes the student viewpoint on the local citizenry. On the At- lantic provincs, it advises hitch-hikers that "rumors of locals mugged by hippies have rather soured Canadians on picking up kids." It tells Mich-hikers in the Maritimes to "look clean, oth- erwise it (hitch-liiking) may take an inordinately long time." As far as Canada is con- cerned, there are some inac- curacies. Prince Edward Is- land is omitted from a list of the four Atlantic provinces, but it gets four pages by itsell in another Edward Island has been dis- covered." Charlottetown's Cri- sis Centre for "any problems, drug or otherwise" is listed. New Unmswick is praised "as a land of superlatives." In Nova Scotia, Halifax is de- scribed as "twice obliterated b y munitions explosions." Haligonians only remember the 1917 disaster as oblitera- tive although there was a costly blast in 1945. Ontario is described as re- sr-mbling the U.S. more lhan any other province. As for tha national capital, "it takes an effort to get lost in that, Tor- onto is tlie last city with a de- cent night life you will hit un- til you reach Vancouver." Manitoba "lacks sophistica- tion" but "Winnipeg has the charm of a rrucl western city." Saskatchewan gets short shrift as offering "nothing to the visitor." COWTOWNS' In Alberta, "EdmonUm and Calgary are really large cowtowns conservative and a bit unsophisticated." But west of those cities "you will find the land spectacu- lar." British Columbia gets the nod as having Canada's finest scenery. Vancouver is "one of. the most pleasant places around" and Victoria is de- scribed as "a cross between Vancouver and Disneyland." CITATO CHIPS Forty Prido, 4 flavours to choose from net wt, pkg. ROUND COFFEE Edwards Regular, Fine or Elec. Perc Grind Vac pak ASPARAGUS Jade Templo, tips, white 10 lin Gardenside Stems and Pieces 10 fl. oz. tm Apricot Halves, Peach Halves, Bartlett Pear Halves Gardenside Canada Standard 14 fi. oz.tin..... TASTE TELLS TYLE CHIPS Nalleys Plain, tri pak net wr. pkg Taste Tells Canada Choice 14 fl. oz. tin Cut Green Beans or Cut Wax Beans V Town House French Cut Canada Fancy 14 fl. 01. tin lor STEAK SUPER SAVER Boneless chuck, lean to B.B.Q. Ccmnda Choice Canada Good Beef... Ib. EEF ROAST Thick Rib, lean, easy to carve. Oven roasl or B.B.Q. Canada Choice Canada Good Beef Ib. Boneless Leg. Oven roasl or B.B.Q. Serve willi apple sauce COOKED HAM Burns Sliced 6-or. net wt. vac pak COTTAGE ROLLS Burnt press packedr lean boneless Ib, SKINLESS WIENERS Burns vac pak....... 1-lb. pkg. POT ROAST Boneless rolled Canada Choice Canada Good Bc< SIDE BACON Boneless rolled plate and brisket Canada Choice Canada Good Beef......... Ib. Burns Shamrock, sliced Vac pak 1-lb. net wt. pkg. BULK WIENERS Burns, skin-on..............Ib. TURKEYS Pinecrest Frozen Canada Grade A 6-10 Ib. average. Ib. ICE CREAM JUICE BARS Snow Star Vanilla, Chocolate, Strawberry, Neapolitan Bel Air Grape, Lemon, Orango........ Ctn. of 6-3 fl. ox. FRIES Carnation Juliene Shoestring Canada Fancy Potatoes Plio bag SUPER SAVER "It's Canning Time" Gel Your Supplies at Safeway PICKLING SPICE Empress Whole Mixed 8-or. net wt. pkg. HBTE Hclnl- H Discount Price I' Empress Spices at Discount. Prices Bay leaves Pk9. 19c Whole 3Sc Oregano Leaves net w.. Pk9. 15c Whole Chilies no, Pkg. 19c Celery Seed ri.8l. no, Pkg. 33c Mustard Seed wt. Pvg 19e Whole Cloves Pkfl. 39c Pickling Spice Pk3. 23c Black Pepper Pk9 27c Whole Allspice wt. Pk9. 33c WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO HMIT QUANTITIES SAFE WAI 1960. CANADA SAFEWAY LIMITED ;