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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 'HE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Solurdoy, Oclober 51, 1972 The new Em-ope Structure there cement missing A commentary By C. I.. Now York Times Service PARIS In n symbolic sense of tlu's week's meeting of the nine government chiefs of "Eu- meaning the newly en- larged Common Market should represent a punctuation mark in contemporary pro-! grcss. Perhaps u miplit as a semicolon in the sentence that began with the 19j7 Treaty of Rome, banding together the community's first six members, anri lending into an unknown fu- ture. Arnold Toynbce. the liisto- rian. who lias a gift for the apt phrase, ''Western Eu- rore has at last been united on a Napoleonic scale, not through conquest this time, but volun-, tarily." That is a dramatic1 way of stating things but, as French President Pompidou forecast at a recent news con- ference, the summit conference is unlikely to be a turning point, even m European history. As an economic association seeking to better organize Ihe industrial, commercial, fiscal and farming talents of its mem- bers, the ;narket had already remonstrated success, even be- fore admitting three new mem- bers. Indeed, it was this dem- onstration that induced Britain to abandon its traditionally in- sular policy and join. Prime Minister Heath, who championed Britain's admis- sion, boasts with reason: "En- rope recognizes that we are at- INSURANCE IS JUST NOT PART OF OUR BUSINESS -IT IS OUR ONLY BUSINESS Phone 327-3009 CONN VAN HORNE JACK WARBURTON S07A 7th STREET SOUTH ter all going to be Uie largest and the most powerful trading aloe that world has ever known and that gives us enormous op- portunity." But it is obvious tills "oppor- Iunity" will not be seized at the first meeting of the nine. ven on Ihe order of priorities, there arc major differences among the market's big three. Chancellor Brandt faces an election Nov. 19 and would like to be able to advertise national successes to the West German voters. The party of Pompidou, host at tills summit, is almost certain to face his own elector- ate next year. Heath, who has been having political trouble back home, wants to divert the attention of his countrymen to the brave new world they are entering. Thus no supranational spirit dominates the slowly burgeon- ing Europe. Brandt would pre- BUD OLSON MONDAY, OCT. 23rd WARNER Main Streeting, 12 noon COUTTS Courts Civic Centra, Public Meeting p.m. STIRLING Stirling High School, Public Meeting p.m. MAGRATH High Public Meeting p.m. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 24tli DEL BONITA In fronl of Post Office a.m. MILK RIVER High School, Forum P.M. RAYMOND High School Forum a.m Inserted By MEDICINE HAT tIBERAl FEDERAL ASSOCIATION fer their first summit should emphasize preparations for the scheduled security con- ference between the Western and Eastern blocs. This affects his own policy toward Moscow and East Germany, a critical subject paign. in his current cam- Pompidou prefers to go slow on such preparations. He wish- es to arrange a Common Euro- pean monetary' front vis-a-vis the dollar to protect this con tinent from Uncle Sam's over- enthusiastic embrace. Ttie Ely see feels the United States ex- ports its payments deficit to En rope as inflation, but now bott Washington and the market seem ready to negotiate reform Heath wants to develop eco- nomic union prior to any mon etary unity and to get Europe nto a better position to com for world markets beforf ,t gets involved in financial con 'rontations. He recognizes tha commerce is far more vital t this continent than to Americ and occupies a much greate fraction of the gross nationa product. Although expressing liimse with infinite tact, Heath is mor openly aware of Europe's penitence on the USA. Recently, when discussing the long-moot- ed but stitl unborn of European nuclear defense, he remarked: "The know of ourse, llmt if they were (o re- love the (U.S.) nuclear urn rella, this would have an im- act on Europe iji its reUlions vith the Soviets. In the Ameri an interest that Is undesirable iiereforc you have the ptrma eat partnership between the jnited States and the new Eu ope." Although all members o: th-Cool bucket ond shovel. l-Chcst of drawers, 1-Coaloil lamp 1-Ccnner. 1-Roasler 1- Table and bread box. APPLIANCES 1-19" Wcslinghause TV, 1-Hoover vocoum cleaner. ]-Ouaker o'rl heater 1-2 burner electric hot plate 1- Kenmore wringer washer and pump. 1-Admiral upright Ireezc-r. 1-Seclion Youngslown kitchen Selec- tion ol Vilchen appliances. 1-SMALL DOMINION SAFE AUCTIONEER'S NOTE Mrs. Campbell has kepi oil of hot furniture in very nice ihape ond os you can sea by the articles listed hos a lot of Interesting antiques. So 1 would lUBtjft thai anyone intcresled in Antique furnilura her! SAL! CONDUCTED BY: PRASRIE LIVESTOCK TABER, ALBERTA ;