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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 7, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, November 7, 1970 THE UTHBfttPGE HERAID 29 SWILL STUFF Several weeks accumulation of gar- bage caused by a collector's strike for higher wages pro- ved more of an aiiraction for these two cows than the fields they came from on the outskirts of London. The cows were about the only .things attracted to the piles of swill riiat had threatened fo create a health hazard. The strike was finally settled Thursday night. Grows In HALIFAX CCP) A hiking trail stretching from the northern tip of Cape Breton Island to the New Brunswick border has been proposed for Nova Scotia, and oiie of its backers says it could lengthen the province's tourist season by several months. David Home of Halifax, a trip coordinator with the Ca- nadian Youth Hostels Associa- tion, said hiking is a recrea- tion which has not actively been practised in North America to the extent it is in European countries, but it is growing in popularity. "We are confronted with ov- ercrowded, dirty and noisy cities. These problems can be solved, but Ihe growing reali- zation that they do exist has led many people to take a new, closer and, in some cases, a last look at a chang- ing As a result of this environ- mental deterioration, he said, more and more people are leaving the main highways to experience natures sights and sounds, many by leaving their cars 'and exploring on foot. Horne said the best hiking in Nova Scotia is in the spring and fall of the when the number of tourists is small. "Thus, not only would a well-marked hiking trail begin a new major recreation but it would lengthen the tourist season by several months." An Acadian Trail, he said, could join the Fundy Walking Trail, an existing marked trail starting near Moncton, N.B., and ending some 30 miles away, near the entrance of New Brunswick's Fundy National Park. The trail could Ihen con- tinue through the park to the New Brunswick-Maine border, where it could be extended to meet the Appalachian Trail. He said the Appalachian Trail is perhaps tbe best- known trail in North America, extending some miles from Maine to Georgia and attracting "thousands of hik- ers every year." The Acadian Trail could also be extended from New Brunswick to form part of a proposed Trans-Can- ada Trail. Home said an Acadian Trail will not come about in a few years, but will require the ef- forts of many individuals and groups. "With the example of the thousands who hike along the Appalachian Trail every year, this would be quite a signifi- cant contribution to tourism in Nova he said. "We have a rugged coast- 1 i n e providing spectacular views for the hiker. At the International of Calgary if we weren't a hotel we could be your Office (or your home) For about the s.imc price you pay for a room at other fine hotels, you grt a one or two bedroom suite at The-lntemalional. So you've got an extra room lliat can ho an office by day frve'H provide the secretary if you need one) a luxurious living room by night, What's more? The International three intimate gourmet rcsUu- nints with exquisite liaiiiin, French and Canadian cuisine. Pins full health club facilities. And a fully equipped boardroom. Glher ieatuics: color television Living Room cbckhii. lounge- pi o no bar- roofdeck gardens -penthouse CALL YOUR TRAVEL AGENT FOR RESERVATIONS Conflict Stops At Front Door PHNOM PENII (AP) The Cambodian surgeon probed carefully (lie small wound in llic soldier's right chest wall. "It is lie said, shak- ing Ms head sadly. "Shrapnel in the lung. The others will have to wait." The others were Cambodian soldiers with war wounds wait- ing for treatment. The cine who went, first was a North Vietnam- ese private wounded during the fighting with some of the sarne soldiers waiting their turn in the operating room. The passions and hatreds of the Indochina war have led to at t nettles on both sides in Cam- bodia, but to the surgeons and doctors at Monivong Military Hospital the war stops at Ihe frnnt door. The administrative officer, Maj. Phat Meng Ly, says: "It is strictly forbidden here to dis- criminate against any patient in the hospital because of Iris na- tionality or which side he was; fighting on. Here we only save' lives. For us any life saved is a I victory.' I MOOD SURPRISING I The mood of Monivong isj somewhat surprising, especially to the North Vietnamese, Viet Cong and Khmer Rouge-Cambo- d i a a Communist-soldiers re- covering there. The soldier with the chest wound, 25-year-old Nguyen Van Nang, said" after his operation: "I am very surprised to be safe here in the hospital. We were pared for war. Monivung, with luld by our officers that we 1150 beds, expanded to more would be killed by Cambodian soldiers if we were Thai happens on both sides. I will) seven tables. The Cambodians killed morel than 500. Instead of one operat- ing room the hospital now has tjan Vietnamese civilian FEU BY UN BODY men, women and children, in; RQMK (Renter) The Ihe early days of the war. Nations' world food pro- North Vietnamese and Viet j gram has helped to feed more Cong have scored their share of than six million victims of nat- atrocities as well. jura! or man-made disasters Cambodian medicine, like its during the last year, it was an- army and economy, was ill pre- nounced here. iflereditk {JrnMrcuice} cJLla. INSURANCE 15 JUST NOT PART OF OUR BUSINESS -IT IS OUR ONLY BUSINESS Phone 327-3009 CONN VAN HORNE JACK WARBURTON 507A 7th STREET SOUTH The School of Continuing Education al the LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE offers TYPING THEORY AND PRACTICE Leorn the basic techniques necessary for accurate typing at well os hove practice time necessary 1o reach a reasonable degree of proficiency. StudenJs desiring !o increase their typing speed are invited to 5 Tuesdays and Thursdays beginning November 10th, 1970 FEE: iext} TIME: p.m. Students interested in the winter evening business courses please telephone 327-2 Ml, extension 228 for further in- formation. 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