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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 11, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta r, January IT, THl IFTHMIDSe HRAID 23 Air agreement awaits approval of cabinet OTTAWA (CP) An air agreement with West Germany giving Lufthansa Airline; laud- ing rights at Toronto and two new Gerrcafl destinations lo z Canadian airline now is await- ing cabinet approval, sources indicated Wednesday. Under the agreement. Luft- hansa, which now lands at Mon- treal, would become the third European line to serve the lush Toronto market, following Brit- ish Overseas Corp. and Alitalia. Either Air Canada or CP be deeded by the gov- get at least tv.o additional cities in West Ger- many and the right to carry passengers from Germany to a further destination outside that country. Air Canada now serves Frankfurt, the only German city open to a Canadian carrier under the present agreement. The German cities to be served would be decided by the Canadan government, sources said. Lufthansa would be lim- ited to Toronto and Montreal. It was not known when the cabinet EiU approve the agree- ment or assign the earner." Although a decision is ex- pected shortly. Prime Minister trudeau has said he will not commit Canada to international agreements before his minority government wins a vtx.e of con- fidence in the Commons. The first is due Thursday. The agreement iollows months of tough bargaining be- tween Germany and Caziadian i Alitalia has been landing in countries between CP Air mi negotiators. Toronto since Nov. 2. But offi-! Ar Canada. under an agreement signed with Italy last May. i riding Germany before di- favors Eovermneat-ovued the routes to the two i Canada to serve Europe. Air being drawn Two maps for brochure TABER (HKS) Feb. 10 is the target date set by the Ta- ber Chamber of Commerce for completion of registration of its bu s i n e s s membership, says membership committee chair- man Russell Bradley. Businesses who have paid 1973 dues by then -nil] have their names listed on a new i promotional brochure to be pub- jlisbed sooa. j Joint chairmen of the tourist brochure committee James L. I George and H. George Meyer told a recent directors' meeting two maps are being prepared i by Dwight Wilkinson. I Sis teams mil canvass more i than 150 firms in the commu- J niiv. Tne first general meeting ol the chamber, to which both and non-members are invited, will be held at a.m. Thursday, Jan. IB at Cass' i Family Restaurant. Doug Morrison, Ronald Mur- pnr ana Ross Gibb won toe lighted homes Christmas cra- SCHOOL JANITOR TO TEACHER Tfilie Vtreen is now tsachinj end ihird graders in F'-sbjrg1-: city school system. He was a former jcrvlcr fc- ihe city schcc.s. Tr.e faiher of three daughters completed his teacning degree two we-ks He h d oirended nighl claiss! for 16 years. Romanian residents face new domestic measures (Renter' Ro- mania ir.tencs to st.-er.rhen its tioffiestic defences and tichten demands of ipyalry from cid- rens. New measures, annouacea amid s tVjrry of icreipi-polJcy activity, seaiD the country's policy Toe niost striking example was separate stard r.( Hel- sinki talks preparing for a Eu- feci-'iy conference. I; added for the c; LVjr.tries K.hJch may or :r.ay no; belor.g to TTV.P- iary ailiar.ces. The Her.- donwsic Tneasures serzr.c up local defence coramiKees in cities and towns to prep.are for total mobiliza- tion. A minimum 16 months of uni- versal military service will be required of roA sexes either in ;he army or local-defence units such as the Patriotic Guards- established after the 196S "War- saw Part invasion of Czech- oslovakia. For the first time. Romania prohibited citizens (rom ad- vocadng approval of another countn-s' policy if this can be construed as weakening Ro- mania's defence capabilities. A new defence law, passed by the Romanian parliament, bans Plans wider wav i for world meet NTVT YOKK A? Europe." i--c '.rjf the dia- bcue betv.-ee- _Anerica ajd er.larr.ed EeiCoiTiic 15 a: '.be ir.er.U: '.eve'.. Joseph Gixi- soa. I' S Kite depan- ITKD; a'.ie v.r.o the sajc a.--- ire eswc'.er: :o ures -.or of scorKary Henrj- Fowler. foTTT.er of George Bal. arxi George Vear.y. pres'deat of the AFL- CiO. frorn Britain. Ger- macj'. Frarice. Itiy and the re_- the European Economic Comr.ur.iri' also anend v.-ha; Godjor, a urjque non- mer.: on such rv.aners as cuaonis. rrarie. affairs, defence The is "x-c-.v parsis.-- became there is a cjferer.ce Eu- rore-Nor.h re'stion- ?hia- and forged Li the years of Ow CO'H War HI'- richer, better .-r-> ;o share for OUTI ar-d a fonrJdable com- clerk ill veil ovation G-.T.-.O" clcr-: the Hou5e. site: the vote c; NX" Ir. the Actim Coarrjnee :cr s S'.s'.es of Europe. hv2dec. by Jean of Frsr.ee, passed a resolution c-illins for estabEshment of a oi equals" be- nreer. the Vniieii a-nd Eu- 2oal. the ra- the Corr.rr.or. Mar- kr' re; -uch has -ode i- rviiticai rr.'. i or.. I.-: rrcsidert Xixor. syoke ir. favor of movement to- :he V-itod Slates and the Com- or. Ma-ket. co-j'erence in represnts a.- efiorl ;o further idea. fall at Kdnionlon 1 Tim Mr. 'x- p-or.ip'.ed o'.hor Civxi performance. At Ihe Mrs urrr im- their He ref'.'.liiuxl (roni a fa'.; o.' four fkxir> .if while being BTWkpli. A of sKuit 40 people cheered behind police lircs about rooti .15 fire doron- "'ent rcsev.e uorser> I'lin c.o of Ilk' '.'.Wile o; the Iv.uldinc on Jasixr i nuo. "acceptance or recogniaon'1 o) any action by a foreign state which might injure Romanian sovereignty, thus investing the Bucharest authorities witi far- reaching legal powers in oeal- ing with anti-state actirities. This was seen by Western ob- servers as a warning to any po- tential pro-Soviet fifth column rnoveinent in the Romanian army. In B 2? speech marking Romania's 25LT ariniversary as a republic. President Xicolat Ceausescu said the new meas- ures showed Romania's pre- occupation with the continuous strengthening of the army. He said tie country nil] i maintain military co-oparation witi other Warsaw Part mem- bers bu: immediately added it will do the same with all social- ist countries in defence against an "imperialist" attaci. Plan; for a people's militia have already been worked out in Yugoslavia. Romania's non- aligned Cosraunisi neighbor to the wesi. BY INVASION In Lhe of 1963 Soviet-led o; Czec- oslovaiia, Kcnanla and Yugo- slsria drew closer. FJomania was sharply critical K the Lnvasion. .Although sSll s of the Warsaw Pact, it normally sends only a small compiemen; of staff officers to military manoeuvres. In 1'Js speech. Preside-: Cesusescu noted the defence bill provided special tasks linked with the trailing of youth. The new measures an- nounced agamst the backcround of such foreira-poijcy sctj'iities as Romania's staunch stand in Helsinki. The Romanians gained acceptance for what they save as more explicit safeguards of equality for all countries tafar.g part in prepa- rations for she European confer- ence. Ceausescu, 54. has pur- suevi abroad while a ricd domestic policy, may have felt the Se- disquiet over hi? out- spoken attitudes d-j-ing the. roniir.imisi blK's gaiheTi.-u: in Jlost-oir io the Soviet I'nion's VIKWS DIFFER Ke was i he las', of the bloc lenders to be received by Soveii rcny iejder Leonid Brezhnev. A communique said tlieir talks were in Conimur.ist parlance some dif- ferences of views. On his return to Bucharest. be would, vifil Pakislfln at the invitation of President Zulfikar Ali Bhutto. I! else, tliis may be by I ho SovictJi as s further irriialinn in view of their nl- '.i.ir.oo India, panicularly dr.r'.ni; the 1971 Indo-Fakislan U.T.- Bu: fie Ro'.iiar.ian leader is lo dealing with slates the liitv may [x1 ostraciring. His co-unity has long had good relations w-.lh China nnd Al- bania li was the ciily s'.a'.c no: lo bn'.ik relations vviih Israel afler the Middt E-ist u.ir in .1 SKI EQUIPMENT Reg. SI 8.98 Reg. SI9.98 Reg. S21.9S Reg. 523.98 SIMPSONS OCdIS SHOP EARLY LIMITED QUANTITIES Price CLEARANCE OF DISCONTINUED UNMOUNTED SKIS SKIIS LISTED BELOW Mark II S-85 A perfect cnrr.binDlior. ski fcr the ikier. Made of rrcple end Fu.'l metal ffp end heel prcfertor. 4 A QQ 6', RGB. I Mark fl S-90 S'ep in Interlocking overicppinj s Reg. S24.9E.................... Alpine Megeve XL MuHi-'cmincted core cdcqjCK 190, 195. 205 cm. Reg. 5.49 14.99 CROSS COUNTRY SKIING SKIS Ccrr.bi crcu country cf tnrninc'ed birch-onc'-csh pretarred sole, ce-lk-foid cipes. Red enci Soles for binding. IIS. 195, 20D, 205, 210 cm. Reg. S29.96................ BOOTS F-L-ti-grs'inea Itcfher bods u-ifh podcec' lecli- sole need no predri'linc. 6, 9, 9-r, 10 end 12. Reg. S29.9S. POLES ToL'-i-g style of burned lenldn wi! finish. LealSer hondlei end sl'cssi. For ler.glh rntcsure from ormpil 1o floor..... BINDINGS i-prono bindinc, Ec'sily "insfalled................... woods ms.ltd wjfh topi. 7. 5. 98 98 p rrc- 1 ciings. Reg. S23.98 11.99 Reg, S2-4.98 12.49 Reg. 13.49 SPORTS CENTRE Ski Boots Clearance MK 200 Sues T e': 1' ]B QQ r. I S.3U WK io, QQ Reg. S49.9S................... tfW.UU MK 600 5 rf- 6 9 3 AQ QQ '0 Reg. 59.99 Children's Ski Boots '2 PRICE Ski Carrier IOCMNC fOOf SKI TRUNK SKI RACK. 4.49 19.99 13.99 ALL FORTRBL AND FIBREFILL SKI JACKETS PRICE STORE HOURS: Open Doily 9 a.m. lo p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Cpnlro Viiiogf. 37S-9231. ;