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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE 1ETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, November 8; 1972 German treaty opens prospects for new era in Europe's history Dy CY FOX CnmnlKln Press Slalf Writer Tlie successful conclusion of negotiations for a basic treaty between East nnd Ger- many opyis prospects for a vir- tually new era in European his- tory after decades of cold-war anxiety. Ever since 1945, divided Ger- many has been the main flashpoint for European friction involving the Sonet and West- ern blocs. The new draft treaty between East and West Germany, slill subject to legislative ratifica- tion, puts relations between the two states on as normal basis as possible pending a formal peace agreement governing the key areas of Central Europe. At the samo time, the four major powers triumphant in the Second World War are tak- ing steps to reaffirm their rights over Germany as a whole. This should ensure, among other things, that the East Ger- mans do not retain complete control of the all-important traffic in and out of isolated West Berlin. For the Russians, the draft treaty should prove a gratifying development since they have long been trying to influence the East Germans in the direc- tion of a compromise with Bonn. Already reconciled diplomat- ically with Bonn, Moscow prob- ably considers (he draft's chief significance to be the way it further facilitates that per- ennial goal of Russian diplo- East-West confer- ence on European security. Despite the possibility that it also signifies the end of the TONIGHT at the LEGION "The Starlight Trio" ami Kathleen Thompson with songs from the Broadway Hits MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS ONLY cold war in Europe, the draft Irealy obviously does not rule out the likelihood of continuing strains between the capitalist and Communist regions of the Continent in the years ahead. Within West Germany, how- ever, it will doubtles have a great political impact, espe- cially with a crucial federal election set for Nov. 19. For Chancellor Willy Brandt, the draft treaty constitutes a climax to the pol- icy of reconciliation with Com- munist East he has made the cornerstone of his diplomatic strategy since be- coming West Germany's leader three years ago. For a time during the present election campaign, the opposi- t i o n Christian Democrats seemed to be having success in their efforts to shift public at- tention towards such bread-and- butter domestic issues as in- flation and away from the for- eign-policy achievements of the Social Democratic chancellor. Now the Ostpolitik is appar- ently bearing additional elec- toral fruit for Brandt. THIS IS TORONTO This six-foot toll orang-outang arrived in Toronto from Island Zoo in New York city. Fifteen-years-old, 'ne'll live next lo a 1en-year-old female orang-outang in the city's Riverdale Zoo. Radio 100 STORES COAST TO COAST IN CANADA A DIVISION OF TANDY LEATHER CO. OF CANADA LIMITED lExtra Special a-a-, a-1 for Jl ST THE PRESS TEVER! such een offered Public Radio Shack is delighted to present you with this 100 pages o( full colour selection 'of Radio Shack's unique products. These items range from excellent gilt selection! to components for the serious audiophilc. Added to this is an 80 page comprehensive selection of parts not to be duplicated anywhere. A buying guide for kit builders, hobbyists, hams, C.B.'ers, experimenters. 1000's of products, 100's of j everything easy to find. Shop the new easy way, unhurried in the comfort of your home select exactly what you need, then go to your nearest Radio Shack Store and pick up your selections. If there is no Radio Shack store near you, you may order by mail. CREDIT TERMS AVAILABLE CHARGEX 327 5th St. S. Phone 328-9466 Lethbridge .FREE CATALOGUE AT YOUR LOCAL STORE Says tax forms invalid OTTAWA (CP) The 197 income tax forms are based o unpasscd legislation and ar therefore invalid, Conscrvatiyi House Leader Jed Baldwin sail Tuesday. His statemeut, he said, wa based on "part speculation part knowledge and part edu cated guessing." The personal and corporal income lax forms, some o which already are being used are based to some extent o certain amendments of the las government budget not ye passed by the House, Mr. Bald win said. "We've demanded that Uii House sit in December to clea: up this mess." The government likely In tends to make the legislation retroactive once it is passed. Mr. Baldwin conceded tha the Conservatives aren't op- posed to the amendments in question. "But our position may he added. Denies ferry froze YELLOWKMFE, N.W T (CP) A report that the Fort Providence ferry was frozen in mid-crossing of the Mackenzie River Monday was erroneous Ted Horton, information officer for the territorial government said today. Mr. Horton, In an Interview, said the ferry successfully made the half-mile crossing be- fore the river jammed with ice. He said the original report at the ferry became stuck and that passengers were 'orced to walk to safety over :hin ice on the frozen river ap- parently originated in Fort Smith, N.W.T. An RCMP spokesman at Fort Providence said today the river, about 600 miles north of Edmonton, now is jammed wilh chunks of ice. Unless a stiff wind pushes the ce back up towa-d Great Slave ,ake, the ferry has made its ast crossing of the scnson, he said. Traffic would have lo wait until the ice bridge thickens in mid-December. He said if (lie ferry lopped in mid-sti-eam, vould be half way lo Inuvlk by now. That Ice Is loose and moving." had it composer low professor BOSTON (AP) Composer .eonard Dcrnslein has assumed ic Charles Eliot Norlon profes- ir of poetry ehnir at Harvard 'nlvorsily. Harvard President )crek C. Bok said Bcmslcin rill serve ns n full professor or one year and deliver at cast six public lectures, Illus- rnlcd wilh musical perform- nccs by various groups in- hiding Ihc llosliin Symphony "rchcslra nnd Iho Harvard lee Club. TV HIGHLIGHTS I 1 WEDNESDAY MUSIC: Lawrence Wclk, 6 p.m., Cli. 7. Lawrence and his musical family look at the musicals including "Mad, Mad, Mad "Thourouglily Modern Millie" and shades of Fred Astairo and Ginger Rogers. SPORT: NHL Hockey, C p.m., Ch. 13. The Toronto Map- le Leafs meet the Canadlens in Montreal. MOVIE DRAMA: "The Devil's 8 p.m., Ch. 7. A World War II action film about a force of Gf misfits who team with Canadian commandos for raids in Nazi- occupied Norway. MOVIE COMEDY: "Those Daring Young Men In Their Jaunty p.m., Ch. 13. A mixture of farce and suspense about a car race across Europe in lha 1920s. INTERVIEW: Mcrv Griffiii, 12 midnight, Ch. 13. James Brolin, Doug McClure, comic Marty Allen and fashion critic Robert L. Green discuss television and men's fashions. MOVIE DRAMA: "An American a.m., Ch. 7. The story of a TV commentator marked for death by a gangster. THURSDAY MOVIE COMEDY: "Doctor At Large." 1 fi.m., Cli.'lS. A young doctor goes job hunting after being passed up for the post of house surgeon by a hospital. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Programs ure listed by the radio and television itatloni. Any variation in program schedule if due to lart- minura changes by fhe stations and It not the reipon- libiliry of the Herald or Anglo Distributor! Stereo and Photographic Centre. CHEC Morley McGill and Allan Bell: Contemporary Doug Marvin: Contemporary Sporfs Leo Dow: Farm News Music We Remember: Sunday Mornings Grain Prices Call of the Land Dave King Jack Neul'eld Paul Tcssier o Dow THURSDAY Jim Elllol CBC News News, Wlhr, Sport News, Wlhr, Sport News and Grain MONDAY thru FRIDAY Leo Farm t Bob He Chec-line parm News Chec Trading Cattle Prices CJOC News wilh Bill Skellon, Rod Whilr, Bill Matheson Sport Brent Seely ond Don Maclean Farm and Ranch Doug Card WEDNESDAY NIGHT Probe 1220 World Six John Walker Requesl Line John Walker John Charles Probn 1920 Barry Hegland Probe 1220 World at Six CHEC FM -k News, Wthr., Sporls Hourly WON. THRU SAT. Bob Concle Don MacMaslcr Don MacMasler Concerls (Bob Don Hedrran CBR Radio 1010 Calgary WEDNESDAY NIGHT Written In Rock Slockmarkel A! 30 THURSDAY Concern Eye Opener News, Sports, Wthr From Ihe Capitals J7 Five Nlgnls a week Opener Vancouver Cham- This Counlry ber Orchestra Radio Noon Schools Max Ferguson Bob Kerr Home Run NcW5 World at t As It Happens See it it's New at ANGLO SONY COMPACT AM PORTABLE RADIO WHh large 33i" speaker. RF luned circuit for high seni- itivity and selectiv- ity. Vernier tuning, lone con- trol. Operated on 3 "D" size balteriea (included) or AC (AC 33W adaplor includ- Simulated leath- erette cabinet wilh brushed chrome. balleries, AC adaptor and ear- phone. ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Steteo and flkotopiaptiic Centel 419 5th ST. S. PHONE 328-6661 "WE PERSONALLY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELL" WEDNESDAY Lets Make CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) CJOC News 6-.00 Lawrence We Ik Laugh-In Movie: Devil's Brigade Police Code CJOC News News Movie: An American Dream IIOHT THURSDAY l Deal Super Heroes Wizard M Oz News and Farm Facts Mr. Dressup Canadian Schools Friendly Gianl Chez Helene Mldoy Joan Wnlcrfield Marine Pink Panlhcr Trulh or Consequences Nancy Miller (c) Hollywood Squares Ed Allan (c) Take 30 Edge uf NirjhT Family Coui I Drop In 6.00 Lets M.iki i Denl CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) WEDNESDAY NIGHT University of Air Eucksliol (c) News Romper Room NHL Cfln.lda A.M. Movie: Those Yoqa (c) Younq Men Community In Their Jnunty Jalopies iporlsbeaf '73 News F Movie: Gcncvicv .Somrrr.c Anollicr fc) (c) Griffin Mcrv THURSDAY Thouflht (or Day Colendflr (c) Fashions In Scwlnt] Wh-ils Parlons Francals Word Trouble wilh Tracy Anylhinn Ynu C Llla Styln Ho d l' Plerrg Borton (c) Sinr irck (c) 11.30 Beat Ihe Clock Paul Lyndo KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) WEDNESDAY NIGHT Salulo As 1 News Harlem Globclrotlcrs Medical Ccnlrt Ciimpnlgn '72 Mannlx (c) News Tonlqhr Show THURSDAY Our World 7-00 Today Show Y2-.OQ Nrws Toiloy in Montana Doclon (r Price Is Riqhl ViOO Solo ol Iho Lonlury Srcrrl Sloi Hollywood Squares Mike Dou< Jeopardy Pnniily Al Who, What, Where Joker's Wi Nnws 10-55 News i 00 News Conccntrnllon Nows KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablovision Ch. 11) WEDNESDAY NIGHT News News Truth or Consequences (c) Pnul Lynda Show Movie: All My Dor I Ing When Julio Andrews News New% Scnrcli Mdv.c: Toimirron Lost CMillmjnl All My t THURSDAY LClt Wflh Pnrm News it) Ni NCWS Nn Cnptnln KnnQnroa News (c) Jnck LnLnnnt Audrey (c) H Gnlloplnn Gourmet 1 lywcil Gmno Onncrnl Ono Life Our l.lvi'S (c) ri.ico n Mnlch Gnmo lor llrwih I ii ;