Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 29, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
22 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID Tuesday, Docombcr 29, 1970 .rope sail leaders may loosen some post-war alliances in 1971 i Tin' li'iulrrs of MTkint; iK'tkT to ensure JK'IKT. sooni ik'siincd to loosen yomt1 of tlu'ir alliances in 1U7I. The process he painful, .ind it holds [iie possibility of ri1- leasing a tonrnainent of diseun- tent through sensitive pails of Kurope. The (lander puintai up by flash riots in Poland this month. That sort of unres! may U'ell spread through Hast Kn- if old fears of a j new German aggression begin to disappear. i Through 11171 it uill remain I Willy Brandt's aim to banish that ghost of a vengeful German nation. I Much of Kurope's future will centre on Ihe success of the West German chancellor's af- tenipl to improve relations with the Communist governments. Jfi he succeeds, several eonse-[ quences follow. The Potsdam pact negotiated! by Truman, Stalin. Cluirchili' and Attlce, calling for the reun- ion of Germany, would fail away indefinitely. AK.MS CUT rossim.E Two German slates will exist i side by side and perhaps join the United Nations, There will be a new and better regime for divided Berlin. 110 miles inside East German territory. The na- j Mons of the North Atlantic and i Warsaw alliances uill begin G c r in a n y and even Spain, working toward a wider, all-Ku- where stoppages, j'Jlhough illc- security system. In such j gal, already have begun, a system there may be arrange-1 The revolt of the young inputs for a careful, balanced against aging leaders will go on. Some wonder whether it wi viol arms and armies in En- j drive Aloxei Kosygin and some rope. close colleagues out of the So- Jn such a Europe, with the j viet leadership by the time the nagging dread ot nuclear war i 2-lth Communist party congress the spectre of civil strife j meets in Moscow next March. will return U) haunt some of the j The 78-year-old strongman of I r.u I over. I Roman Catholic Poles may choose to dramatize their re- sentment against their political nation. From the Atlantic to the Urals, governments and people face the same sort of challenges in 1971. Inflation and unemployment j Spain, Gen. Francisco Franco, may have to turn much of his authority over to Vice-Prc.sidcnt Carrero Blanco. RELIGIOUS, It ACE ISSUES Religious and race issues will could spell more strikes for i plague Europeans too. Britain, France, Italy, West! Moscow's campaign against Tori lire lawyer BRUSSELS (AP) Armed robbers tortured Belgian lawyer Maurice Jacobs with burning newspapers for three hours Sat- urday to try to force him to re- veal the combination of his safe, police reported Monday. The robbers finally succeeded in opening the safe without the combination and escaped with Belgian francs masters in a of devotion to Pope Paul, who is canceled lo visit Warsaw. Churchmen, the universities, students and workers in Britain are building up a national agita- tion against government plans to arm the while-supremacy re- public of South Russia's continuing occupa- tion of Czechoslovakia will re- main a grim reminder of Eu- rope's deep ideological differ- ences. Moscow will go on hav- ini trouble with Peking-oriented Albania a n d national-minded Ilemanm. In the West, questions of con- science will worrv those allies concern Ihc authoritarian rulers of Greece and Portugal, both members of NATO EFFECT ON TliADE Economic difficulties, bring- ing protectionism, could slow world trade. Statesmen are pinning hopes for a return of confidence and prosperity on the success of Ihe negotiations to enlarge Uie Eu- ropean Common Market. By late 1971 it should be clear whether Britain, Norway. Den- mark and Ireland can join the six .founder-members on realis- tic terms. This could enable Gets medical cheek LONDON (AP) King Hus- sein of Jordan underwent medi- cal tcsls Monday after a week at Nuffield Hospital for a gen- eral physical checkup. The king, science will worry those allies Rnrnpe to a 35, expects to leave the hospital pledged to democracy. These I greater economic', political and I toward the end of this week. military role in ths world of su- perpowers. A bigger Common Market could bring another major de- velopment. The Communist bloc will seek a working arrange- ment with the community for cutting tariffs and boosting trade. EAR GR CANADA GRADE 'A' TURKEY 10-20 !b. averace PART SKINNED FULLY COOKED Whole, Shanlc or Ib....... PRIME RIB ROAST CHUCK ROAST WIENERS PARE RIBS Table Rite Red Brand Canada Choice BONELESS Table Rite Red Brand Canada Choice Maple Leaf, 1-lb. pkg..................... 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