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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 23, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THE lETHBKICGE HERALD Monday, April 23, 1973 oin us "A 'f': fVv" Corner 4th AYS. S. 7th Sf, S, Phone 327-3191 fa JSSSSSt. JfflaiKT ;5? ox 6 ffi The .Management and Staff of f'he Marquis Hotel, ccrdialiy invite everyone to drop in and. .see our newly renovated premises, perhaps even stay for a few days, We are reedy to you in the same way ycu are accustomed to, from ins friendly, able staff here at the Marquis. Drop in during the and take in some of the lop entertainment we have for you, Presents APPEARING NIGHTLY ALL THIS WEEK Presents APPEARING NIGHTLY ALL THIS WEEK PRESENTS APPEARING NiGHTLY All THIS WEEK OUR NEWIY RENOVATED COFFEE SHOP Final election count shows OTTAWA (CP) The Libcr- 1 els may have lest a lot of Cam- jmons seats in last October's i federal election, but they r.c- jtualiy had more votes cast in their favor than they did iin 19C8. Final election figures released last week by the chief electoral i officer show voles cast jfor the government, up from I in the previous election that gave them a 155-scat Com- i nions. i The Conservatives, v.'ho took 107 seats compared with 10D for the Liberals in October, har- vested an extra over their 1SS3 total of The New Democrat and So- icial Credit parties also had more votes, up to from in the first case and to from Reason for the increase was a riss of in the number of voters, much of which can bo accounted for bv a lowering of j tiie voting age between the two i elections to 10 from 21. That I stone boosted the number of eli- gible voters by nearly three million. OTHERS DROP The number of votes cast for other parties or candidates, however, dropped off consider- ably to from 134.865 in These include a spectrum of parties. The number of spoiled ballots rose to 307.153 from 40.G29 in the previous election. Charges were made after October's elec- ition that changes in ballot de- sign confused voters and led to a greater number cf spoiled ballots. Voting by province and party with -JS3 figures in brackets: Ontario: Liberal, 1.360.831 PC. 1.399.028 NDP SC, .13.- 019 (none) other Quebec: Liberal. PC. NDP, i'Ja.909 SC, 8i4 41.911 (24.- I Nova Liberal, SC, 204.460 jNDP SC. 1.317 other, none New Brunswick: Liberal, 120- 100 PC, 13V.639 NDP, 10.765 SC, other 839 Newfoundland: Liberal. 7SJ.50G PC. NDP, SC, 266 other, 616 Prince Edward Island: Lib- eral. PC. NDP 4..229 JSC. 55 other, none Manitoba: Liberal. 136.908 PC. NDP, 116.474 SC, other, 517 i Columbia: Liberal, PC, 313.253 NDP. (260.- SC. 25.107 other, j 1.483 i Saskatchewan: Literal, 1342 PC, 159, 629 NDP. SC. other, 199 Alberta: Liberal. PC, INDP, 89.838 SC, 31.704 other, 302 Yukon and Northwest Terri- tones: Liberal, 6.787 NDP, i other, none Senators ividoiv sues Mrs. Florence S. Long, right, widow of former U.S. Senator Edward V. Long, left, has filed suit, charging Long's former secretary and companion with aiienatic-n. of affection. She fiied tor S3.25 million in Bowling Green, AAo., accusing Miss Helen Dunlop. Hours earlier, it was disclosed that Long's death last Nov. 6 is being investi- gated following Miss Dun.'op's charge (hot he was pois- oned by candy before he died. INCOM RETURNS prepared by computer Set up especially for the iypica! Canadian fam- ily, BeneficiaPs Income Tax Service is fully puferized. Your fax return information is calcu- lated and triple-checked for the lowest fax by one of Canada's mo'st modern computer serv- ices especially programmed to do your faxes. Acr. Now. Avoid the rush. Call the Beneficial Finance office near you, or fust drop In, You're good for more at Beneficial Beneficial F'nante Co. Beneficial IncpmeTax Service 4 Semce of System of Canada Anniversary 1933-1973 CORNER 4TH AVE, 6TH LETHBRIDGE (Woolworth Bldg.'j 327-3565 OPEN B'f APPOINTMENT PHONE FOR HOURS PENOVATED FOYIR OUR NEWIY RENOVATED DINING IOUNGS GRANT KRISTJANSON General Service Mcnsger SERVICE SPECIAL Take advantage of this very special MONEY-SAVING offer! Complete Lubrication Oil Change........ 3-25 4.40 Install new Oil Filter Regular Price 11-35 DEL KAUPP Service Co-crd-notor HALF PRICE SPECIAL (Offer Valid Until May 18th) Plivose present this coupon for your service special offer! THIS COUPON ENTITLES: JOE VOOHT Ar.'t. icrvice Manager To roreiv? Scrvk- of St.OC !'Cg. value) Includes lomp'c'c oil new oil f'Uer (Offer Valid May 18th) GIANT GAS 43.96 PER GAUON OYCK OPEN HOURS: 7 30 o.m 1o I) rn. cnxJ PARTS and SERVICE DEPT. 9th Street and 3rd Avenue North Phone 327-5705 Plan ;