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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Lawyer's application causes furor By CRAIG R. WHFTNEY New York Times Service DUSSELDORF How far lelt can young zealots in Chan- cellor Willy Brandt's Social Democratic Party take West The question is often ask- ed by his opponents and by crit- ical and it is get- ting an answer here in Dussel- darf in the case of a Commu- nist who wanted to become a judge. When the North Rhine-West- phalia State Justice Ministry here approved the Communist lawyer's application last it caused a public deeply divided the state gov- and led Brandt to chide his party's local officials for being APPLICATION SHELVED The which has been shelved until late Septem- has attracted national at- tention. It has shown how jit- tery the West German es- tablistaient is about leftist ten- dencies inside and outside Brandt's and how deeply many Germans distrust Com- munism in their own country while coming to terms wtk it outside. A long series of examinations and explanations has begun a special session of the state legislature and is to go on into next but what has happened so far would not appear encouraging for sympa- thizers of the left. The centre of the controversy Is a 28-year-old Volker Gotz who since 1971 has been a member of the German Com- munist which is the le- orthodox and politically un- influential rep resentative of Marxism Leninism in West Germany. Gotz's application for a judgeship was in itself not what set off the controversy. But rather the dispute came about after the justice minister of North Dr. Diether a Social Dem- approved it in July. been accused of being a amiable said in an inter- view. news got out while I was on and every- body wanted to know how I could name a member of a party dedicated to subverting the law to a MADE PROBE Posser said that before Golz's application had been approved a thorough investigation was undertaken and the applicant was asked in an interview whether he would follow a party directive or the dictates of the law if the two were in conflict. had a long talk with and asked him what he thought about multiparty the the independence of the Posser said. He went said he was for the rule of that he didn't take his orders from Moscow. I don't believe he has the right to be named a if I I wouldn't have need- ed to have this talk with Mm. 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U.S. short of food relief aid NEW YORK The United which exported a record 7.8 billion worth of agri- cultural products in the first half of now can't find enough food to keep world relief agencies in full operation. The voluntary private requiring only a tiny fraction of what is being ex- ported for have been told by the U.S. government that the agriculture department will not be able to purchase com- modities for the Food for Peace program during and possibly not in September. Under Food for the agencies have been supplied with high-protein food to supple- ment the diets of an estimated 80 to 100 million hungry people in 100 countries. Without supplies of vegetable oils and other the voluntary agencies have no alternative but to abandon or drastically curtail hundreds of their pro- grams. United States seems to be more interested in selling food than meeting humanitarian said Fred a food expert with one of the major agencies. 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