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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 28, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 32-1HE IHHBRIDGE HERAU) March 28, 1W3- Long wait A U.S. Army nurse naps and other military person- nel while away the time Tuesday as they go through pro- cessing to leave Vietnam, This scene is at Tan Son Nhut Air Base's Camp Alpha near Saigon, where several thou- sand U.S. troops are preparing for the final wilhdrawl of American forces, East Germany's security FRANKFURT ON ODER (AP> Behind its barriers, East Germany lies waiting to be discovered, bustling, human and friendly. Us 17 million people, mined' nit from Germany and This is partly because under the leadership of Erich Honc- cker, East Germany's obsession for security seems to have faded in favor of concern over the standard of living, still low by North American their lives is slowly lifting. protest expected APIA, Western Samoa (AP) The new prime minister of Western Samoa expects South Pacific countries to protest Jointly next month against French nuclear tests iu this part of the world. Prime Minister Fiamc Ma- taafa Mulimn) II said he was certain the nuclear tests issue would come up at the Pacific forum in the capital of (bis for- mer New Zealand territory. The forum is a loose-knit group including Australia, New the Fiji, Tonga, Nauru and Cook islands. "We are 100 per cent against any tests in the Pacific, and we will issue a protest to j Malaafa said. "I think will! do it with the other countries at the forum meeting." The new Labor governments in Australia and New Zealand have been outspoken against the French tests, which may be as early as April this year. Aus- tralia has said it would seek a World Court ruling against them. The French nuclear tests, be- lieved aimed at perfecting the atomic trigger for a hydrogen bomb, are conducted at ruroa atoll. A series of icsts there last July drew numerous official protests. walled off from Berlin, show standards, signs of new stirrings for thei Honeeker, who replaced Com- comfort money can buy. The {munjst prrly leader Walter Ul- suspicion thai once cloaked bricht, is especially credited with making more available to ate and buy and with making j sure East Germans get the money to buy it with. ]_ y The treaty on Berlin and the treaty governing relations be- tween East ami West Germany have opened a steady flow of visitors from West Gemiajiy and West Berlin. Hundreds of thousands have crossed over. Alhtough they don't remain, their influence does. In Frankfurt On Oder, 56 miles from Berlin, it has be- come the fashion to carry ptas- tic shopping bags from "West Berlin department stores. In Weimer, Dresden, Rostock and young East Germans use their money to swing deep into the night in bars, clubs and restaurants. Both people ami regime bene- fit from hard cash West Ger- man visitors are pumping in. Before, only visiting Westerners could buy in special In'er- shcps featuring Western goods for Western money. East Ger- mans now are permitted to use the Western money they come by to purchase in these same The government eventually reclaims this money since it runs the Inlershops. It uses it to buy bndly needed equipment and materials available only in the .West. A similar flow of cap- ital results from the hundreds of thousands of West Germans who pass through East Ger- many in going to and from West Berlin. Their fees are paid directly by the Bonn govern- ment to the East German gov- ernment. This process of individual ful- filment, however modest by Western standards, is bound to gain momentum as East Ger- many gels recognition from a Injuries fatal to N.S. priest SYDNEY, N.S. Offi- cials at tiie Sydney campus of St. Francis Xavier University said they have received, word of gen the death in Innsbruck, Austria, northvest at Rev. CharUs McDonald. Father McDonald, vice-p; inci- pal of the Sydney campus of the university, was seriously in- jured when buried under an avalanche Saturday, He was one of four skiers bur- ied in the avalanche, Two oth- growing list of countries and contracts increase. The lirst to benefit from new Eaht German look were the Scandinavians. For liicin, Kast Germany is an immediate southern ncighlwr. I The Swedes built hvo luxury hotels and then solrl to the East Germans. Is in Rassn- itz on (he northeast Isle of Ruc- the other in the opposite comer in Warn- emuemle. A reporter tour of East Germany showed how German the people have re- mained despite the post-war di- vision of the country. Like West Germans, they cxhinit an in- tenso desire to cat betler, live ers were not injured, while the third was slightly injured. University ofiicials said P'a- 1 cars, more tangible rewards for tber McDonald died Monday. their hard work. have more money, more vacations, better and more Assistant Manager's Sale Double Knits In Spartling Colour-Fast Patterns 60" Wide 100% English WoshablB -Reg. Yard SPECIAL, YARD A Ml SPECIAL! PRINTED BATISTE -100% Polyester Color fast Drip Dry -Reg. Yurd SPECIAL, YARD -fl A A i i jjfa SPECIAL! ACRYLIC PLAIDS -60" Wide -Washable Assorted Plaids -Reg. Yard SPECIA1, YARD fh A M U fa 9 SPECIAL! Ny Rayon Flocked 45" Wide Washable for weddings and Graduation -Reg. Yard SPECIAL, YARD SPECIAL! MEN'S CRIMPKNiT 100% Polyester Wide Washable Assorted Colors and Patterns -Keg. Yard SPECIAL, YARD -45" Wide Press Prints -Reg. 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