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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 7, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 23. THE IEIH8RIDGE HERALD tliurlday, Seplombor 7, 1972 MARINE COLLISION Two freighters collided in the Strait of Juan De Fuca about 30 milas southwest of Victoria. No injuries were reported in the collision. Challenge college report EDMONTON' (CP) Byrne inquiry report Tho on Red Deer College which resulted in tiie removal of three college of- ficials and a restructuring of the administration, has been challenged. Former president Mervyn Eastman, former v i c e-pres- ident Ronald Piters and Neil Leathcrdale, member of tho former board of governors, have filed an appeal in Alberta Supreme Court to have the re- port declared invalid. They claim llic order-in-coun- cil establishing the enquiry headed by T. C. Byrne, farmer deputy education minister, was not filed under the regulations act. They contend the commis- sioner's report has no legal ef- fect because the commission was not an official inquiry. The report recommended the replacement ol Dr. Eastmai and Dr. Piters by a govern- ment-appointed administrator and that the board of governors be dissolved. Ray Fast, a member of the Alberta Colleges Commission was appointed administrator. Take a Closer Look! Look at our Business Stationery it is your show window to the busi- ness world! lei The Herald's Printing Division show you how to give your firm a new look with modern, smartly designed office stationery. are of ft Ulterheads Envelopes Statements Invoices Cheques Ledger Cards NCR One-Time Cnrbon Forms Business Cords For Estimates and Service, Call The Lethbridge Herald Printing and Lithography Division PHONE 327-3203 or 328-4411 Bombing reports said falsified Ii_v SEYMOUR 11EHSII Men1 York Times Service ORLANDO, Fb. young ir force sergeant who first rc- orted the unauthorized bomb- ig of North Vietnam look is- ue yesterday with air force ontenlion that Gen. John D. ,avelle acted alone and said more than 20 men were involv- in falsely reporting the raid. Lavelle was relieved i n March as commander of the ;venth Air Force. No other officer has been punished in connection with he incident and air force spokesmen have repeatedly old newsmen both in Waslung- on and Saigon that "investiga- iocs have revealed that Gen- eral Lavelle alone was respon- sible for the air raids." FALSIFY REPORTS Sgt. Lonnie D. Franks, 23, an intelligence specialist whose second one-year tour of duty in Thailand ended last week, said during a four-hour interview at -as home here that pilots and officers stationed at Udorn Air Base in Thailand sperl up to .tiree hours daily falsifying the nighly classified after-action re- ports before reoutinely sending ;hem to higher headquarters. "Everybody knew we were falsifying these the sergeant said. "Everybody was doing it. I kept or. saying 'why' and they said, 'that's the way we do it.' Both the advance planning for the raids and the actual re- sults were reported orally anc in secret cablegrams to a high- ranking general stationed al Lavelle1 s seventh air force headquarters in Saigon Franks said. Senate sources said that the sergeant is ex pected to testify at senate arm cd services committee hearings this month about the Lavelle matter. Sen. John C. Stennis D-Miss., has delayed action on the nomination of Gen. Creight on W. Abrams to be arnx chief of staff pending the hear ings. Abrams was commandei of the military assistance com mand Vietnam, and thus La alle's superior, at tho time ol lie illegal raids. JO COMMENT Maj. Gen. Vv'inant Sidle, chief f array information, said that "would have no com- nent on this" bjcause ot tho enato hearings. Franks, who has 11 more months to serve in the air orce, assorted during the in- erview Unit more than 75 il- egal "protective reaction" trikes three times as many as were publicly acknowledged by during a cougres- iional hearing in June were itaged by aircraft stationed at Udorn. "The only reason I waited so long before doing something was that I honestly thought somebody else would do Franks added. "I was the low- est ranking guy there." Frank's account of elaborate false reporting was subsequent- ly confirmed by an air force of- ficer who served with him at Udorn. "All I can say is, yes, we did said the officer, who requested anonymity, in a tele- phone interview today, "but 1 didn't like what I was doing." RIGHT IN MIDDLE "I was right in the middle of the officer added. "It was kind of a shock. I was just do- ing do." what I was supposed to Olympic tragedy setback for Bonn The officer said that Franks rated as "one of my better adding: "I trusted him more lhan anybody else." Told that it was tlic ser- geant's letter that prompted tho investigation, the officer said, "I didn't have the gumption to write one myself." Pattern Pattern BONN (AP) The bullets Lhat brought death to the 1972 Olympics may also have shat- :ered Chancellor Willy Brandt's 1 o n g-preparcd reconciliation with the Arab world. Three months ago, Egypt be- came the sixth country to pledge resumption o f diplo- matic ties with Bonn, seven years after the 10-country Arab break-off when West Germany recognized Israel in 1965. Only five days before the Arab guerrilla operation thai left 11 Israeli sportsmen dead in Munich, unofficial West Ger- man-Egyptian talks ended in the Olympic city with the an- nouncement of a milestone visit to Bonn this month by Foreign Minister Mohammed Muracf Ghaleb. Now the first such since I he IMS in doubt. "Nobody foreign ministry spokesman said when asked if Ghaleb's visit is still on. One newspaper called on the government to cancel the visit SIMPSONS-SEARS Treat yourself to a whole new range of conveniences! ie anti-Arab reaction in offi- al circles was demonstrated the resignation of Rudolf erner from the co-chairman- lip of an Arab-German friend- lip group in the Bunjestag, e lower house of Parliament, erner, a member of the oppo- tion Christian Democratic arty, said he would not rejoin 'ie group until Arab govern- lents clearly condemn terror- m. Brandt himself was clearly ngered by the lack of response om Arab leaders to his per- onal appeal for intervention to :eresting texture is top fashion Pattern 7384: sizes 10-16 in eluded. Size 12 (bust SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS for each pattern cash, cheque or money order. Add 15 cents or each pattern for first-class mailing and special handlinp Alice Brooks, care o (Name of Your Needle- craft Dept., Address. Prin plainly PATTERN NUMBER NAME, ADDRESS. THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Readers Mail Limited 60 Front Street West Toronto 1, Ontario Triangle Insets at the waist fabric as dress or a gay a pretty waist-whittling effect. Cool, so slimming. Printed Pattern 4961: NEW Misses' Sizes 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 10. Size 12 (bust 34) takes 2W, yards 35-incli. SEVENTY FIVE CENTS in coins (no stamps, please) for each 15 cents for each pattern ffor first-class mailing and special handling. Print plainly SIZE, NAME, ADDRESS, STYLE Send order to ANNE care of ANNE ADAMS, GO Front St. Toronto Print plainly PATTERN NUM- BER, YOUR NAME AND AD- DRESS, and the name of the Lelhbridge Herald. DO NOT send it to The Herald. FREE Spring Fashion Offer Clmose one pattern free from new Spring Summer Catalog. All sizes'. Send 50c INSTANT SEWING BOOK cut, fit, MW modern way. NSTANT FASHION BOOK what-to- wear answers. ATTENTION FARMERS We at Armstrong Welding are now taking orders for interested in having their iub ban concavei rebuilt and hand faced for next season. Due to tho great demand every year be harvest, we have been mining Art now don't left out! Hava yours done after harvest this year before storing them for tha winter. last longer Thrashes better far half tho now price, 10 years' experience thousands of satisfied Satisfaction guaranteed. Act now. Fhons JacV Armstrong ARMSTRONG WELDING SERVICE 13315 124 St., Edmonton, Alberta Ph. 454-0254 Mobile Number YJ22923 mOTORS LETHBRIDGE ARE NOW ACCEPTING FACTORY ORDERS ON 1973 CHRYSLER, PLYMOUTH and DODGE TRUCKS AT 1972 PRICES UNTIL 1973 PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT DATE. ORDER BEFORE PRICE INCREASES. SALES OPPORTUNITY Exceptionally good opportunities to sell 1973 Chrysler, Plymouth Cars and Trucks. Require hard working, intelligent young salesman. Previous experience rot necessary. Politeness, appearance and good attitude a must. Contact Sales Mgr., Lome Franz at 327-1591. mOTORS LETHBRIDGE Ph. 327-1591 7th St. 1st Ave. S. ;