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France and Germany begin free crossings at borders

France and West Germany took a first step Monday in their bid to create a Europe without frontiers. An accord that was signed last week ending border formalities for European Community citizens crossing between France and West Germany went into effect here and at 31 other crossing points on the Franco-German frontier. The two countries aim to end all border formalities by 1986.

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