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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, February 8, 1972 THE IETHBRIDCI HERAID S Opposition Leader Robert Stanfield, professing little ad- mLration for the moves and moods of Prime Minister Tru- (lean, predicts a federal elec- tion in the spring. "June is the most likely he said in Toronto. "But it might come a bit sooner. "We're making our contin- gency plans on the basis it will be in the spring." The Progressive Conserva- tive leader told interviewers on a radio program that his par- RODERT STANFIELD 1JM complex man tv's main issue in the election would be unemployment and the cost of living. Asked how he gels along with Hie prime minister outside of politics, Mr. .Stanfield replied: "I don't dislike him ?s a per- son but, quite fankly. 1 don't think' I understand him. Mr. Trudcau is a complex man. .'I don'l feel that 1 know Mr. Trudeau. The first British commando In the Second World War was killed when he fell under the wheels of the Brighton Belle, lire train which inns daily be- tween Brighton on England's souUi coast and London. Brig. John Diirnford Stater. B3, Mho was the first man to answer a call for volunteers in 1940 to stage commando raids on ene- my territory, was killed as the train roared through the sta- tion towards London. .Newly appointed Justice Minister Otln Lang, being ques- tioned on a television program broadcast in Ottawa, denied that his Tinman Catholic faith influences him to take a con- servative approach to legal re- form. "I'm generally regarded as a very progressive person in terms of my attitudes toward the he told a panel of questioners on the CTV pro- p-am Question Period. William G. Hcira'S. 43, re- ceived a bachelor of arts de- Tories won't implement north development plan grec at Lockport, 111. from Le- wis College, 25 years after he was convicted of killing six- year-old Suzanne Degan and dumping parts of her body in various Chicago sewers. Ileirens also was convicted of killing two Chicago women, shooting one and stabbing the other. Hcircns, becoming the first Illinois convict to earn a degree in prison, said he was convicted because of overblown news pub licity. "Never before has our navy been so Admiral Sergei Georgievich Gorshkov, Commander-in-chief of the So- Mtt navy, boasted recently. "Sooner or later the United States must realize it no longer masters the oceans." Soviet seapower in the last 10 years has added a new dimen- sion to the Soviet inter- continental ballistic missJles that are supposed to be zeroed in on potential enemy targets. Prune Minister Sheik Muji- Inn- Rahman of Bangladesh told a huge public meeting in India that the United Stales has turned its back on the sufferings of his people and failed the cause of democracy on the In- dian subcontinent. "Why was the U.S. govern- ment giving arms to Pakistan when the massacre of my in- nocent countrymen was going on in towns and he asked. "Did not the U.S. gov- ernment know of it while it had machinery functioning there at the time? "I request the U.S. govern- ment to sec that democracy, about which they talk so much, functions everywhere." EDMONTON (CP) The provincial government will not implement Social Credit legis- lation setting up a northern de- velopment commission because it believes there are "areas of controversy" in the 1971 legis- lation, says Minister Portfolio Al Adair. "I'm not satisfied with it the way it has been set said Mr. Adair, responsible for northern development. "Until we talk to more people in tha north, we arc not prepared to proceed with it." The act would create a com- mission with a cabinet minister as chairman, and charged with adminstering education, health, social development, recreation and municipal affairs programs in the north. It would have replaced the Northern Alberta Development Council which has a limited advisory role in northern devel- opment planning. Mr. Adair said the northern council will continue to function while the government reviews the legislation. Little money, he said, will be appropriated for 1972-73 capital works construc- tion in the north. Mr. Adair, who represents Peace Hiver riding, said he will have a lough job convincing Hie cabinet to spend large amounts of money on northern develop- ment. "Hopefully we will gel SOIM money in the next budget, but it's not Uie brightest prospect in the world." Sagging N.B. polalo li-ule may gel help FREDER1CTON (CP) The sagging New Brunswick potato industry may be in for some help. The provincial government has formed a committee to in- vestigate measures to bolster Ihe industry, and a former member of the New Brunswick legislature has proposed con- struction of three potato-starch plants, two in New Brunswick and one in Prince Edward Is- land. Polalo producers in western New B r u n s w i c k have corn- pained prices arc far less than production costs. They say re- cent prices for a barrel of pota- toes at shipping point about SI.75 arc 75 cents below pro- duction costs. The proposed factories, which could Itt ready by 1374 at a cost of million, would also pro- diicc cattle and hog feed and extract protein. BOARD OF INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR IN THE MATTER OF The Alberta Labour Act and an application pursuant to section 75 for registration of an employers' organization as the agent for collective bargaining. On November 19, 1971, the Board of Industrial Relations received an application for registration of the Canadian Plumbing and Mechanical Contractors Association cf Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, as the agent for collective bargaining on behalf of certain employ- ers with the United Association of Journeymen and Ap- prentices of the Plumbing and Pipefitting Industry of the United States and Canada, Local 488, Edmonton, Alberto. The trade jurisdiction for which the applicant seeks registration is described as "All plumbing, me- chanical and pipefitting construction, excluding pipe- line construction and fabrication The territory for which the applicant seeks regis- tration is described as "All that portion of the Province of Alberta North of parallel 52.15 which is the parallel of latitude running East and West through the centre of the City of Red Deer, but not including the area a Noted by the United Association to the Red Deer Local No. 826." The application is available for inspection at t'no offices of the Board, 1002, 10803-99 Avenue, Edmon- ton, Alberta during business hours. Take notice that n hearing of the application by iho Board is set for a.m. on Tuesday, February 15, 1972, in tho Board Room, Room 1003, 10808-99 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta. Any employer affected by the application and do- siring to make representations to the Board in opposi- tion to this application may attend the hearing in person or by a representative. G. E. GOUGH, SECRETARY. AGT, part of Trans-Canada Telephone System THE INFORMATION Or, how the haggard businessman can get rid of a headache. The trouble with a lot of business headaches is that sometimes you just can't see the woods for the trees. You know the feeling. And so do we. We call it the Information Snarl. It can start when sales reports don't make it in from the field. 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In Edmonton, dial 425-2110, in Calgary dial 261-3111 and out-of-town-dial "0" (zero) and ask for Zenith 33000- Toll free. ALBERTA GOVERNMENT TELEPHONES ;