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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta LEinvniuuB Shadow cast over Bonn clean caper One of two small Asian elephants at Lion Country Safari in Grande sprays water on the back of its mate as Sue Overman of the park's nursery staff splashes water on the other side. Linda Brock- hoeft also of the nursery staff gets ready to apply the scrub brush. The girls take the small pachyderms to the pond daily in warm weather for a cool-off and clean-up. Spassky all washed MOSCOW Anatoly Karpov. 23-year-old chess prodigy known as Soviet Bobby defeated Boris Spassky eliminating him from the world challengers' competition. With the llth-game victory over the former world cham- pion. Karpov moved into the final round of the tournament to select the next challenger for the crown Fischer took from Spassky two years ago the pre-match won only one game. The rest were drawn. The series was played in Leningrad Observers compared Karpov's achievement with Fischer's when the American crushed Spassky to win the world title Soviet chess experts say Spassky never recovered from that and he may be fin- ished as a top-rank chess player Karpov was rated the best player in his country last year cut out for the sea. The biggest bargain in travel today is the twenty-hour ocean voyage along British Columbia's magnificent Inside Passage. It's one of the highlights of the famous Totem Circle Adventure You can drive the Circle route to either Kelsey Bay or Prince then board B C Ferries Queen of Prince for a cruise through some of the most beautiful scenery in the world Your carorcamper goes with you enjoy fine food and state- room accommodations all the way Send this coupon now for details on the Totem Circle Adventure and a Queen of Prince Ruperfferry schedule British Columbia Ferries Tsawwassen Terminal Delta British Columbia Canada BONN The Guillaume spy affair and Willy Brandt's resignation as chancellor have cast a shadow over what promised to be the mam political event in West Germany this month. a new head of state is to be elected to succeed President Gustav who is retiring. Until Brandt's unexpected resignation as head of the gov- ernment this the outcome of the presidential election seemed a foregone conclusion Walter the 54-year- old foreign is the favored of the two candidates for the while it has no active political carries great prestige and a wide measure of influence. who led the Free Democratic party into a coalition with the Social Democratic party under is an ardent protagonist of the con- troversial of seeking reconciliation with Moscow and Eastern Europe. FACES LAWYER The other candiate is Richard Von a lawyer like a prominent layman in the Protestant church. He is the choice of the opposition Christian Democratic party. The new president will be chosen by an electoral college of representatives com- prising the twc houses of parliament and delegates from the 11 including West Berlin As the majority of the dele- gates support the two coalition parties Scheel's election looked Thursday when his Free Democratic party asked for the formal nomination of candidates to be postponed until May one day before the election. A party spokesman the request is only a procedural tactic to enable the delegates to give formal approval of Scheel's candidacy before they vote DOUBT REMAINS in the present cir- cumstances the fact remains that the coalition is keeping all its options open Scheel's FDP party is the vital prop of the left-liberal coalition and the Brandt- Scheel axis was its main tie. With both men gone the alliance will be strained Scheel's successor as deputy chancellor and foreign minister in the new gov- ernment is Hans-Dietrich Genscher. But he has made himself enemies by the position he took in the spy af- fair. As the minister responsible for state security Genscher pinned the blame squarely on Brandt's office for employing Communist agent Guenter Guillaume and giving him security clearance. If Genscher proves unaccep- table to the SPD as deputy Scheel might be compelled to withdraw his candidacy for the presidency in order to preserve the coalition. AMBASSADOR DIES Spain The Spanish ambassador to the United Anglel Sagaz died in a hospital Monday of cancer. Sagaz was appointed ambassador to Washington in February. 1972 QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Dentil Mechanic Capitol Furniture Bldg. 328-7604 -H Who reads the NEARLY EVERYBODY -EVERY Readers and Potential Buyers Were Exposed to Advertising Messages In... 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