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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta ZB THE UTHBRIDGE HERALD Thunday, September 14, 197} U.S. denounces Britain, France WASHINGTON (AP) High- ranking United Stales state de- partment official.'! say the Brit- ish and French votes during the latest United Nations Security Council debate on the Mideast violence were "an outrate." The United Stales vetoed n Security Council resolution, aimed at Israeli raids on Leba- non and Syria, because it did not include condemnation of Arab terrorist acts which pro- voked the retaliatory attacks. "It was unconscionable for the Western European allies to support that a top- level department official said. The belated denunciation of Britain and veto came Sunday ac- knowledged by administration officials as part of a diplomatic arm-twisting aimed at tough- ening international efforts against air piracy and other terrorist acts. The state department offi- cials claimed some success for this blunt method, but they con- ceded failure in other cases, particularly with France. RESULTS SEEN The missed results are seen In the current sessions in Wash- ington of a legal subcommittee of the International Civil Avia- tion Organization. The group was convened a week and a half ago to draft proposals for enforcing existing agreements against airplane hijacking and sabotage. The French delegation has refused to go along with U.S. demands for sanctions, in- cluding denying landing rights for any nation not actini against air pirates. In an admitted retaliation, the United States this week cancelled a meeting with the French on extending U.S. land- ing rights for airlines operating from France. Tha British have come under generally less public criticism for their stand at the ICAO meeting but administration offi- cials point to U.S. pressure on in a compromise land by London closer to the J.S. view. Sources attribute the British wsttion to public pressure aris- .ng from the Munich Olympics incident as well as to the U.S. government's expressions of issatisfaction. 'RKNCII UNMOVED However, the French have not been moved at all because af the cancellation of the land- ng-rights meeting. Gilbert "lUillaume, chairman of the 'rench delegation at the ICAO meetings, says his government von't give in to threats. Guillaume said France !s larticularly concerned about wo aspects of the U.S.-sup- wrted ICAO proposal: ICAO-approved sanc- tions might encroach on the ju- risdiction of the UN Securitj Council. action might not ob- ain enough international sup- to work. 'The Nixon administration Is focusing attention now on air >iracy because the ICAO meet .ng is still in session. But offi cials say this is just part of an over-all effort to end such ler rorist acts as the Arab com mando attack on the Israeli Olympic team. Pattern We celebrate the return o (he fluid dolman sleeve i makes your every gesluri graceful. Sew this shapely dress in pliant knit for fall. Printed Pattern 4615: NEW Half Sizes 1014, 1614, K'A, Size H'A (bus 37) takes yards 54-inch. SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS (75c in coins (no stamps, please for each pattern add 15 cents for each pattern for first-clasi mailing and special handling. Print plainly SIZE, NAME ADDRESS, STYLE NUMBER Send order to ANNE ADAMS Be a fashion winner! Sc 100 easy, fascinating styles choose one pattern free in all new Fall-Winter Catalog. 75 INSTANT SEWING BOOK cut, lit, sew modern way. INSTANT FASHION BOOK what-to-wear answers. Sl.00. ANNE ADAMS, 60 Front St. W., Toronto Print plainly PATTERN NUM BER, YOUR NAME AND AD DHESS, and the name of th Lethhridge Herald. DO NO1 tend it to The Herald. FREE Spring Fashion Offe Choose one pattern free fro: new Spring Summer Catalog All sizes! Send 60o INSTAN1 SEWING BOOK cut, fit, sew modern way. NSTANT FASHION BOOK wear answers. 41.00. New newspaper at university EDMONTON (CP) Pound maker, a newspaper, made iL first appearance on the Un: versity of Alberta campus yes .erday, In competition with Thi Gateway, the official publi cation of the students' union. The initial issue of the paper called after the Cree Indian chief, had 16 pages of news, a color front page, photograph and some advertising whic! formerly went to the gateway The newspaper was produce by former Gateway staffer who won't work for Gateway editor Terri Jackson. The Gateway has been ex pelled from the Canadian Uni versity Press and from Youth stream network, the nationa advertising co operative af filiated with C.U.P. Poundmak er editors say that an estimat ed in Youthsiream ad verlising is being turned ove to them. ATTRACTS POLICE PIETERMARITZBURG, South Africa