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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, February 1, 1972 THE IETHBRIDCE HERAID 8 Opposition Leader Robert KumfiC'lcl, professing JiUlc acl- miralion Far Hie moves and moods of Prime Minister Tru- cleau, predicts a federal elec- tion in tlic spring. "June is the most likely lie said in Toronto "But it might come a bil sooner. making our contin- gency plans on the basis it will be in the spring." Tlie Progressive Conserva- tive leader told interviewers on a radio program that his par- ItOBEnT STAVFIELD lJiAI complex man ly's main issue in [lie election would Ire unemployment and the cost of living. Asked lioiv lie gels along with (lie prime minister outside of politics, Mr. Slanlicld replied: "I don't dislike him ;is a per- son but, quite fankly. 1 don't think I imdcrslaml him. Mr. Truclcau is a complex man. .'1 don'l feel that 1 know Mr. Trudeau. w The first British commando In the Second World VYar was killed when he fell under the wheels of the Brighton Belle, the train which runs daily be- tween Brighton on England's soulli coast and London. Brig. John Dnrnford Slalor. (13. who the first man to answer a call for volunleers in 1940 to stage commando raids on ene- my territory, was killed as the train roared through the Ela- tion towards London. appomlcd Justice Minister Olio Lang, being ques- tioned on a television program broadcast in OHaiva, flcnirf] thai his Roman Catholic failh influences him to lake- a con- servative approach lo legal re- form. "Fm generally regarded as a very progressive person in terms of my attitudes toward the lie told a panel of questioners on Die CTV pro- p-am Question Period. William G. llcircpF. re- ceived a bachelor of arts de- grec at Lockporl, 111. from Le- wis College, 25 years after ho was convicted of killing SIK- 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 (he other. Ileirens, 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 Gcorgicvich Gorshkov. Commander-in-chief of Die So- viet navy, boasted recently. 'Sooner or later the United States mu.st realize il nQ longer masters the oceans." Soviet seapower in the last 10 years has added a new dimen- sion to Iho Soviet inter- continental ballistic missiles that are supposed lo be zeroed in on potential enemy targets. Prime Minister Sheik Muji- Inn- Ilaiiman of Bangladesh told a huge public meeling in India that the United Stales has turned its back on (he 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 Pakislan when the massacre of my in- nocent counlrymcn was going on iji towns and he jskcd. "Did not the U.S. gov eminent kirjw of it while it hnd nachipcry funclioning there al I the timcV "1 request the U.S. govern- ment lo .sec that democracy, about which they talk so much, fuiK'tions everywhere.'1 Tories won't implement north development plan Saggiug N.B. polalo trade may gel help FREDERICTON