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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 3, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Tuesday, April 3, 1973 Waisl-level world Dwai Fed by a stack of newspapers, 33-inch high Miholy Mezcrcs buys something to read. The 34-year-old dancer-acrobat born m Hungary Bnlfd as the world s Smallest human, he Worl-j for -the Rmghng Bros and Barnum and Ba'ly Circus Former prison now park site SAX FRANCISCO C M catraz begins a new career to- dav as a park. The notorious former federal prison island in San Franeibco Bay passed Sunday into tnel hands of the rational Park Sen ice. Rock'7 eventually vill be open to public tours. "People's impressions tend to change once they've been en the said Dave Ames a superintendent m the neu' Golden Gate National Recrea-, ton Area. "They say it's fan- tastic, and they want to go back and roam all around and hav e picnic j "The first thing to do now is get the island cleaned Ames said in an intemew Sunday. That will cost about Much of the historic abandoned in 1963, is in rums or littered with trash from the rav- ages of time and nature and a 19 month occupation by militant Indians v.ho were removed by federal marshals in July. 1971. The only thing prohibiting a start of tours will be arranging for boat service between the island and San Francisco. That will take about six months. 100 Copies plus fax Instant Print 7269 Third Ave. S. West German chancellor to visit Israel JERUSALEM (API Chan- cellor Willy Brandt v.ill Is- rael on June 7. marking the first time that a West German head of government ever visit- ed the country The Israeli government an- nounced today that Brandt will confer vrith Israeli leaders and tour the country with his wife for three days The German leader was to have made the visit last vear but it postponed because, his government said, a parlia- mentary deadlock forced him to call for national elections. But it was widely believed the visit also was postponed as result of the aftermath of the Munich Olympic massacre of 11 Israeli sportsmen last Septem- ber Brandt challenges young socialists to quit party By ROON LEWALD BONN (AP) Chancellor Willv Brandt is challenging a faction of militant young social- ists to quit the Social Demo- cratic party. A showdiwn may come at the party convention next week. Bnmdl continues to take a tough line against the young radicals a fortnight after threat- ening to icMgn if the convention opening April 10 in Hannover adopts resolutions put forward by the militants 'in an interview released by hit) paity Sunday, Brandt told the magazine Der Spiegel "who- e'er follows the program of the Communists should go Last week 30 members of the ultra-leftast Stamkoap group emit the Frankfurt branch of the Social Democrats, charging that the partv's youth wing, the Young Socialists, were not pUMiing hard enough for the eventual "dictatorship of the proletariat." Stamkoap is an acronym for "State Monopolist and 21 of the defectors an- nounced they would join the Communist party. The Yotmg Socialists are themselves far enough left to worry Brandt and his associates in the party leadership. It was their adoption of a Marxist- leaning platform at a congress last month that caused Brandt to threaten to resign as party chairman if any such resolu- tions were pushed through the Hannover convention. The Young Socialists and other left-wing socialists are critical of Brandt's efforts to transform the former workers' party into a moderate party with appeal to a broader range of voters. Coming your way soon: A chance to do exciting things. A chance to go places. See your military career counsellor, LETHBRIDGE April 4th and 5th, 1973 Bridge Town House Motel 12 noon to 8 p m. O, if you prefer to serve in your own community apply forCanodo's Reserve Forces of your loco! Reserve UnSf fodoy. The Canadian Armed Give it some thought. 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