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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, October 27, 1972 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 3t U.S. guidebook hits province Sask. officials irate SASKATOON (CP) Provin- cial tourist officials resent the statement that "Saskatchewan offers nothing to the made in a guidebook compiled by some United States' univer- sity students. Let's Go, a 704-page food and lodging guide for young people L-avclling tlirough North Amer- ica, devotes 55 pages to Canada. The book, compiled by 40 Har- vard and Radcliffe students, praises Canada's good ehcap food, hostels and railways, nut is thumbs-down on Saskatche- wan, Manitoba, Edmonton and Calgary. The guide warns young travel- lers Toronto "is the last city with a decent night life you will hit until you reach Vancouver." Hub Braithwailc, Saskatoon Board of Trade president, said: "I suppose it all depends on what you're looking for, what your mentality is. "They were looking for things Saskatchewan doesn't have while forgetting that a hell of a lot of Americans come fishing and hunting up here as if il were the only place in the world." SNAP JUDGMENT R. C. Webster, associate dep- uty minister of industry and commerce, said: "Students are probably too young to know ev- erything." "You have to spend some time in the country. It's like people going to China for a Oldest name Bayou Mardi Gras, a small inlet near the mouth of the Mis- sissippi, has the oldest Old World place name in the river valley. It was named in 1699 by Pierre Le Moyne, Sieur d'lber- villc, a French Canadian ex- plorer. week and coming back to write a book on the whole place." Bill Gray, a Saskatchewan Tourist Association director said: "I grant you we don1 have the sophistication of larger centres, buL that's not why peo- ple come here." Nolan Malthics, supervisor o conservation information in Hi natural resources department said "Saskatchewan doesn1 have to lake a back seat to any population area like Vancouver can go camp 10 deep there any time you want." To loft microlab STRASBOURG, France (Reu- ler) Europe's scientists will be sending a specifically de- signed microlaboralory on board the Apollo IT flight to Ule moon in .December, a Council of Europe communique an- nounced liere. VISITING IF to, may w RENTAL VEHICLE from onlr Per week Sedan If- Wagon i Sporti Freelance Leach Car Hire Ltd. MKKS TIIK WARMTH One type of penguin lives near :c Equalor. EATS UNUKH WATER A crocodile can cat ]ust v.pJl under water as on land. Join CN's Maple Leaf Escorted Package Tour Toronto Nov. 6-17 Reserve your place new aboard CN'B eiciling Annual Escorted Royal Winer Fair Tour. TOUR INCLUDES: Return transportation aboard CN's Super Continental with Sleeping Accommodation and dining car meals, accommodation at Toronto's King Edward_ Hotel with some meals and daily enlry to (he Fair. PLUS: Sightseeing of "Metro Toronto and surrounding countryside, admissiqn to an NHL Game, a tour and djn'ger al Niagara Falls and a seat al the Royal Horse Show, and much more. INCLUSIVE TOUR FARE From Edmonton From Calgary From Kamioops Departs Edmonton Calgary November 7th, Kamioops November 6th q Based on Lower Berth Accommodation Alternative train accommodations available on request For'reservations and further information, contact your Travel Agent, or any CM Passenger Safes Office Accommodation is limited reserve early. Edmonton 429-8511 Calgary 262-3626 Karri Ufcps-372-7181 MOUNTAIN REGION STUNTS AT SUNSET Nobody wanls to come in out of Jamaica's groat outdoors, even after ihe lun's gone down. The sand y cays oulside Kingslon Harbour offer wide open ipuces for snorkeling, picnicking, sailing, fishing and just plain happy horseplay. -JAMAICA TOURfST BOARD PHOTO Jamaicans share traditions with all loho visit island Jamaicans have always man- aged to have a good lime by making (he most of their is- land's wonderful scenery and their rich traditions. They love outdoor feasfs and sports and much of Iheir humor is express- ed in music and dancing. Now, more and more, the Jamaicans arc sharing these things with visitors. This year, especially, there are many neuT tilings to do that are traditional yet pre- sented In manner. a fresh and different For example, every Tuesday and Thursday night if you're in Montcgo Bay, you can canoe EAST AFRICA from Chocso from ]4 Safari holi- days amidol Africa's unique wildlife reserves and tropical beaches. Year-round Jet departures. For free color brochure conlacl: NltESTAR TOURS T06A-709 Dunsmuir, Vnn. B.C. Res. 224 0087 uprivcr to a torchlight feast in I Nannies are a Jamaican tradl- Ihe hills by a rushing cascade I lion and these pink-uniformed of g.-eeu water. If you're in 1 young ladies combine their love Ocho Rios on those days, you can go to a garden party on a hilltop or a big, festive barbe- cue at the foot of JJujiji's River Falls. On Saturday, go kite fly- ing as the Jamaican clu'ldren do, and perhaps win a prize; on Sunday by the nights sights he surrounded and sounds of Jamaica's folk music and danc- ing. And any day of the week you can tee off on any one of the Island's eleven golf courses without waiting, and play as many rounds as you can take. If you're on your honeymoon, it v.'ill be enhanced by a lovely 'dowry' dress, compliments o Jamaica and Ihe 45 liotcls thai welcome ncwlywcds with flow- ers and island drinks and spe- cial rates. If you're a bit pas the honeymoon stage and are (raveling with small children a member of the new 'Nanny' corps is ready to watch over thorn for you at the nomina cost of S5 a day and her lunch AM..A. Iravel lorvice snicf we're imporlant clicnh; 10 they're Innpping our pidurcl For Ihe host in HAWAIIAN HOLIDAYS nl LOW, LOW PRICES book your -Ar PLEASURAMA (C.P. Air) -A- FUNSEEKERS (Ward Air) -4- CIJMCMQUT Wilh A.M.A. World Trnvcl. Weekly SO 1 O departures from Calgary. Fares from l5 A.M.A. WORLD TRAVEL 608 Slli AVENUE SOUTH Alt INQUIRIES WELCOME Phono: 328-1181 and 328-7921 'or cliildren with modern train- ing. If you want to vacation in lux- urious surroundings there are many big luxury hotels. But if you're in the mood for informal- ity and intimacy, not to mention reasonable prices, choose one of the delightful Inns of Jamai- all approved by the Jamai- Tourist Board. And this year, if you want to go camp- ing under the stars at the edge of the sea, there is the new Strawberry Fields, which pro- vides all equipment from screen- ed tent to flapjack flipper. Near the relatively unexplor- ed southern coast of the island another new pleasure has been added at Paradise Jungle Park. Here you can play golf, on a nine-hole course laced by rivers and giant trees, though your game might suffer if you watch or listen to the nearly 300 spec- ies of birds inhabiting the park, jungle gardens and farm. Very soon, too, in an Island blessed with gardens, there will te another botanical garden and park with picnic grounds and other pleasant amenities at Tr- near Monlego Bay. It is created now by the Spec- ial Projects department of the Jamaica Tourist Hoard which was responsible for many of the new attractions Jamaica now has, such as rafting on the Martha Brae and Rio Grande. Next to Doctor's Cave, Ihe most famous of north const beach arena, a new public beach with i tropical style architecture for i Ihe changing rooms, craft shops and restaurant.'; has hcen an- nounced. Montcgo Day is also (o have n new crafts market and shopping mall in the heart of Ihe I own Mie end of And allliough details have not yel been made known, an cn.ua! number of pleasant things are planned for the other Ihrce ccnlres where visitors go most often: Kingston, Ocho Flics and Port Antonio. Add to this n new island-wide Visitors' Assistance Service and a number of con- venient exchange bureaus for easy changing of currency, and it looks as though Jamaica has really got ils traditional pleas- ures nil together new for Ihis IJirtl refupc The Paul .1. Hainey Wildlife Holugc, in Vermilion Parish consisting of 26.000 acres, is owned and operated by j the National Audubon Society. 11 is one of several coastal refuges for the pi-otcclion of sen bird nesting colonies in the Bayou Stale. What kind of ad vice should we be giving Canada? Alberta can be a very important influence pn Canada's future decisions if we want it that way. "VtS4r Your Liberal candidate wants to speak with a clear, constructive voice (which will get better results than nitpicking and With four Liberals in Ottawa we've achieved a great deal over the past four years. With more government members we can be even stronger INSERTED BY THE LIBERAL CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE IN ALDERTA. ;