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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta I LETHBHIDUR HBHALW 1973 Last five aitempts to reach top failed Seven expeditions to tackle Mount Everest Collector Lilianne one-woman recycling project piles bottles collected m New B C She left her husband and three children to devote more time to the proiect U.S. relations with UN better says Waldheim By GEORGE BRIA UNITED NY. Two years as secre- tagy-general have put scars on Kurt but the after- math of the Middle East war has strengthened his faith in the peacekeeping mission of the United Nations He says he is also encourag- ed by a rela- tion with the United States government in contrast to rather cool that existed between Washington and the UN strain of this office is much greater than I ex- Waldheim said as he reminisced about the first two years of his five-year term takes everything out of you The 54-year-old Waldheim looked as he talked in his panelled suite on the 38th floor of the UN skyscraper he is underweight at 160 but he says a checkup a few weeks ago found him fit He speaks English fluently with a heavy accent of his native Austria Like his Dag Hammarskjold and Try ve has seen a full-scale Middle East war break out during his tenure as secretary-general The October war erupted only a month after Waldheim made a peacekeeping tour of Egypt and Lebonon. CONSCIENCE CLEAR have a clear conscience because I did what I he says was fully aware that the situation was tense and but I was not aware that this could be so near A Soviet-U S. deadlock kept the UN Security Council from acting as the war raged on for 16 days. But Waldheim says the eventual ceasefire votes and the creation of the UN Emergency Force shown the world that we can do a very useful job if this instrument of peace is used in the right way the attitude of the puMic has changed toward the United Nations. I get hundreds of cables and telephone letters from simple people A former foreign minister and unsuccessful candidate for the Austrian Waldheim was elected secretary-general Dec on his birthday. He the only one of 12 candidates to avoid a veto by the Soviet Britain or France He took over from Thant Jan. 1172. Much of his first two yean found him travelling around the world on Us avowed goal of visiting an UN member countries there now are his term is up. He ran into Chinese opposi- tion in trying to get the Viet- nam war before the Security Council and into sharp criticism from President Nix- on when he warned lest U.S. bombs should destroy dikes in North Vietnam and cause dis- astrous floods ARABS ANGERED African and other countries were unhappy when he pressed for action against terrorism the Munich massacre of Israeli athletes He modified his request to include a probe of the underly- ing conditions that give rise to terrorism In Israel last he raised eyebrows when he fail- ed to don a skull- a ceremony at a memorial to Jews killed by the Nazis He says he was not aware it was a religious cere- mony and that he did wear a yarmulke when he visited a synagogue. is a tough he either you do it ful- ly or not at all There is no in- between solution I sit here from 9 o'clock in the morning until 10 or 11 in the evening Would he run again7 cross that bridge when we come to it I still have three years ahead of me Government loans to farmers up OTTAWA Finance Minister John Turner an- nounced Wednesday that million was loaned un- der the federal Farm Improvement Loans Act dur- ing the six months ended Sept 30. This compared with million in the corresponding period last the an- nouncement said. Under the the govern- ment guarantees loans by chartered banks and other designated lenders to farmers up to a maximum of an individual for land purchases and all other purposes. The maximum interest rate for the six-month period was seven per cent on loans for land purchases and per cent on loans for all other pur- poses. Mr. Turner also announced that 5 million was loaned during the same period under the Small Businesses Loans Act with a maximum loan of an individual and max- imum interest rate of per The total compared with al- most the same amount in the corresponding period last year. Mr. Turner H minion was loaned in the six-month period under the Fisheries Improvement Loans limited to for each at a maximum Interest of per cent The total In the corresponding six months last year was million. By BILL STALL KATMANDU. Nepal Mount Everest has become d battleground pitting men against the harshest mountain environment on earth Seven expeditions have been booked tor Everest by Nepalese authorities through 1978 The world's highest at 29 028 teet has been reached cU least seven times since 1953 Even climbing the dinary route pioneered by Sir Edmund Hillary still is con- sidered an alluring moun- taineering goal But the supreme challenge ol big Himalayan expeditions now is the direct ascent of the Southwest Face of Kverest Since 1970. five major attempts have tailed in the lace ol bitter hurncane- lorce winds sweeping the up- per slopes of the Himalayan giant and the agony of difficult rock climbing in the thin air The latest rebuff came late last month when a well- organized Japanese expedi- tion was turned back at an elevation of teet from the summit of the world The same expedition earlier became the first to climb Kverest by the South Col route in the fall season. An Italian expedition succeeded by the regular route last spring HALTED BY ROCK But on the Southwest the climbers were stymied each time by a rock band 500 to 800 feet high barring the way to the final summit. After the failure of a British expedition a year leader Chris Bonington had been beaten by a com- bination of high winds and ex- treme cold. I had never before experienced such a combina- tion of savage wind and in- tense cold over a sustained Bonington is a veteran of some of the most difficult climbs in the Alps and Himalayas. Everest climbers spend weeks adjusting their bodies to the aftitude but still must use oxygen in limited quan- tities for climbing and sleep- ing as they approach the sum- mit. The only other route up Everest is the West Ridge line established by the American Mt. Everest expedition a decade ago. It has not been repeated. v The upcoming expeditions include two teams from one from New Austria and Canada and a women's expedition from Japan. None is from the United States which has field- ed an Everest expedition just in x queue is a tribute to he never-ending fascination of Bonington said. Mom's Christmas A Family Ring to keep her childre precious all year'round. bTi.icv was boi n in Noxemlxji Hei hi i thslone is Topaz. a Michael boi n m His b'nthstone is ted m May Hisbirthstone is Emerald. Mothei aKamiK tustom set ilh l IK- hirlhstpiK's uf each Hath i ing is diffeienl spetialK IK-IS This OIK can hold d om 2 to stones The stones K.ich additional stout- This fashionable ring is richly carved from lOkt yellow gold It's a ring any Mother would be proud to wear. Holds up to 9 stones. Order this ring with 3 Each additional The Promise of lOkt script letttM ing a spai kling mini diamond The Single Beauty. lOkt vellou gold band a beautiful sparkling mini diamond 'The Flower. lOkl vcllovv gold bund uMvuved flower holding a mini diamond I'ei haps Mothei would prefer this ornate antique design The ring holds dom 3 to 7 stones With 3 stones Ouch additional stone Ladies Opal Ring of lOkt gold. hand and setting Mvstenous lire deep inside'theopal. Indies Knot Ring. lOkt vellowgold Inti icate knot carved Kite Ladies Genuine Cluster Ring of 14kt yellow gold. spectacle Choice of emeialdsoi diamonds PGOPLGS 1GRS We've been selling diamonds a Jong time. CENTRE VILLAGE MALL OPEN DAILY 9 a.m. to p.m. Thuraday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Talaphorw 327-1303 i 4 t I ;