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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Men if' '-ACfe. r ym. t L f f IVL 3 THE GRADE -Grai. i'olky, leader of (he NEW mocrntic Parly, became member of his r' 10 win a Real in the "legislature defeating A. 0, trite, minister with-out ;'olio in Ihc Social Cred> .abinel. The first ivas Ga.. Turcott, a Pinchcr Cri- lawyer who lalcr was in the ek Following is (he Canadiar Press list of members elected ir Alberta, majorities being approximate in many eases, party gaiji shown imless sea unchanged Member of las Frank Applebj (PC) 519, gain from SC. Banff xCIarence Copithorm (PC) gain from wit xHugh Home (PC) gain from SC. Don Hanson (PC 56, gain from SC. Bow xFred Mande ville (SC) C n 1 g a r y Roy Wilsor (SC) 926, new scat. Calgary Ran Ghitlei (PC) 779, gain from major; Calgary Fred Pea cock (PC) 600, new scat. Defeated Municipal Affairs Min s ter Colborue. Calgary Merv Leitch (PC) new seat. Calgary xDave Rus sell (PC) CaJgary xLer Werry (PC) C n 1 g a r y Glenmore xBil Dickie (PC) gain froir Lib. Calgary George Ht Lem (SC) 378, new seat. Calgary McKnight-Cal (PC) B53, gain from SC. Calgary xArt Dhor (SC) Defeated former all star football player Normif Kwong. Calgary Mountain x Albert Ludwig (SC) Calgary North Roy Far rai; (PC) 56, gain from SC. Calgary xPeter Lougheed (PC) Camrose Gordon Stromberg (PC) 562, gain from Auuutt 31, THI LtTHIKIDGE HERA1 Lethbridge Eat Golden Acres Lodge 176 69 25 Winston Churchill School 160 102 31 23 Galbraith School 233 152 49 30 mfn Wilson Junior High 181 164 17 231 Dorothy Gooder School 90 72 23 12 li' JBHIillli GeOTRe MtKillop School 645 412 110 80) HBw Ncw Westminster School 445 183 92 21 GORDON TAYLOR _ Re- 551 47B 6l W himed ly his DnimheUcr Sea Cadet Hall 391 491 14 23 supporters. Paterson Junior High 40B 325 62 16 752 83 1 fj "i i L eg 1 123 J 71 160 55 1 539 j 149 175 1 88 61 207 73 Z05 24 St K D 0 7. 108 12S 92 139 39 40 210 105 136 136 259 49 37 19 247 6 16 12 21 77 11 CALGARY (CP) elect Peter Lougneed led off hi victory speech Monday night b> praising the Social Credit party for 36 years of contribution it the province of Alberta, The Progressive leader asked his supporters tc put aside party differences and congratulate members of tht Social Credit movement "who have made a very remarkable contribution." "It was a matter of present ing alternatives to the people o he said in a brief soeech at his party Jreadquar ters. Mr. Lougheed, the only sur viviflg party leader from the last election in 1967, won per sonal re-election in Calgary West. "1 accept the responsibility and believe Alberta is the bes' darn province in the world ant we're going to keep it that way." He said his first piece of legis lation will be an Alberta hill o! rights, adding that it likely would take two weeks lo form his cabinet. The 43-year-old Calgary lawyer attributed the victory to door-to-door and farmyard-to-farmyard campaigning. Mr. Loughted appealed those who did not vote for pat From Social Credit Spiri River-Fail view. Conservatives "to stand behinc and support us and give us f chance to do a job for the people of all Alberta." The province was back major problems in the 1970s. Mr. Lougheed, who travelled widely in the campaign thanked workers in his home constituency of Calgary West for doing a lough job for an "absentee Clover xWaltw Buc (SC) 530. xHarrv Strom (SC Drayton Rudolph Zan der (PC) new seat. xGordon Taylor (SC) Edmonion Hors Schmid (PC) 244, gam from Edmonton Bclmont Ber Hone! (PC) new seat. Edmonion Bill Di achuk (PC) gam from SC Edmonton C a I d e r T o m Chambers (PC) gam from SC. Defeated Attorney-General Gerhart. Edmonton Gordon Miniely (PC) gain from SC. Edmonton xLou Hyndman (PC) Edmonton Gold xBill Ym-ko (PC) Edmonton Highlands Dave King (PC) 114, new seat. Defeated Ambrose Holowach, min istcr of culture, youth and rec reation. Edmonton Jasper Place Les lie Young (PC) gain from SC. Edmonion Ken Paproski (PC) gain from SC. Defeated Ethel Wilson, minister without portfolio. Edmonton Gerry Amerongen (PC) 2 new seat. Edmonton Norwood Catherine Chichak (PC) 715, gain from SC. Edmonton Ottcwcll John Ashton (PC) new seat. Edmonton Neil Crawford (PC) new seat. Defeated Hart Horn, provincial secretary of the New Democratic Party. Edmonton Slralhcona Julian Koziak (PC) gain from SC. Defeated Lands and Forests Minister J. Donovan Ross. Edmonion xDon Cttty (PC) xBob Dowling (PC) McKiUop Church Hall 177 140 18 24 VjOlDOme Agnes Davidson School 659 844 TO 82t 1 i LCC 10 9 2 says ne s i ToU1 m ,1 I Advance 160 .155 30 thrOUgll Swearing In 53 38 3 TI borne, defeated municipal al- COMPLETE TOTAL 759 fairs minister, said Monday night he plans to retire from politics after losing toFred -w 11 Peacock of the Progressive f fi Conservative party in the Cal- 6 6 gary Currie constituency. "I am through with public life. I've been in the govem-mena for 27 years and a cab- y inet minister for the So- t, cial Credit member said In an B a interview. v "I'm glad daylight saving H S was passed because I plan to p 1 Z 8 play a lot of golf." g WINNER UNHAPPY 5 X Albert Ludwig, minister a o C public works since 1969, was Japanese United Church 31 122 187 209 elected in Calgary Mounts St. Pauls School 60 160 223 314 view but wasn't happy. Senator Buchanan School 83 205 410 "I do not think the Pr( St. Basils School 24 48 122 sive Conservatives can r- Moose Hall M K m m their position in this p St. Augustine's Hall 37 179 3C1 3.12 very long. We did wi could and we are going v Ha-" 10 33 59 56 a lot of interesting i "ireen Acrcs Lodee 5 19 49 31 ments.1' allege Mercury Sales 62 203 335 412 Rev. Bob Simpson, Svic Ice Centre 31 139 1S3 2-18 Credit incumbent who Y.W.C.A. 34 131 203 223 Calgary North Hill IP Fish and Game Hall 19 135 189 man Roy Farran wh 1 st. Patrick's School 56 183 209 389 sailed the Conservativ.. Allan Watson School M 393 497 631 he has no plans for the Hamilton Junior High 11 55 120 131 so confldent Chinese National League 8 38 64 68 Don Luzzi former H- R' Brown '5 14 of Calgary Stampeders ii, Fleetwood-Bawden 2-3 251 325 549 Western Football Conferep St. Michael's Hospital 2 7 16 18 and a Social Credit candi, Municipal Hospital 3 12 11. 15 in Calgary Buffalo, was defeat- Auxiliary Hospital 4 12 28 32 )d by Conservative Ron Chit- Edith Cavell Nursing Home 2 16 49 32 er- Total 605 'We fought a tough battle." Mr. Luzzi said. "The public Advance Poll 23 K2 200 was interested in a change and Swearing In Poll 7 14 19 29 he trend was pushing in that direction." COMPLETE TOTAL 635 the proi in battle of 1 EDMONTON tCP) How prominent candidates faro.: in Monday's Allierta election: re-election of Highways and Transport Minister Gordon Taylor in Drumheller reported 40 minutes after polls closed. Harry Strom re-elected in Cypress. Conservative leader Peter Lougheed re-elected in Calgary West. Minister Henry Ruste, re elected in Wain-wright. Works Minister Albert Ludwig re-elected in Calgary Mountain View. Minister Robert Clark re-elected in Olds-Dids-bury. and Forests Minister J. Donovan Ross defeated in Edmonton Strathcona by stockbroker Julian Koziak of Conservatives. Edmonton Eskimo quarterback Don Gelty of Conservatives elected in Edmonton Whitemud. Minister James Henderson re-elected in Wetaskiwin-Leduc. Wilson, minister willi-out portfolio, defeated in Edmonton Kingswny by Ken a physician who is irother of Steve Paproski, federal MP for Edmonton centre. Minister Henry Ruste, re-elected in Wain-wright. Edgar Gerhart defeated in Edmonton Calder by Tom Chambers, 42, a petroleum engineer, for Conservatives. Dixon, speaker in the ast legislature, elected for Social Credit in Calgary Millican, defeating Normie Kwong of Conservatives, a member of the Canadian Football Hall of fame. Affairs Minister Colbomc defeated in Currie by businessman iYed Peacock of Conservatives. Minister Raymond leierson defeated in St. Paul by "regressive Conservative Mick i'luier, 45, an auctioneer. Industry and Tourism Minster Ray Ratzlaff defeated in Three Hills by Progressive Con-ervative Allan Warrack, a university professor. Holowach, minis-er of youth, culture and recreation, defeated in fared lie ballots Highlands by Dave King, of the Conservatives, research director for the Edmonton and Dis-tricl Council of Churches. Notley, New Democratic Party leader since 1968, elected in Spirit River-Fairview, defeating A. 0. Fimrite, minister without portfolio. and Social Development Minister Ray Speaker re-elected in Little Bow. Horn, provincial secretary of the New Democratic Party, defeated in Edmonton Parkallen by lawyer Neil Crawford. BUI Dickie, who won in the last election as a Liberal, but later joined the Conservatives, re-elected in Calgary Glenmore. E. W. Hinman, former Social Credit provincial treasurer, who resigned from the cabinet in a conflict-of-interest dispute in 1964, elected in fat vsn Picss list of party gf n Albcua: five Conservative (40) Social Atha-b Barrhead. Bonnyville, C. Buffalo, Calgary Melt Calgary North Hill, Edmonton Avonmorc, Beverly, Edmonton Cil'J; '.dmontOTi Centre, Ed-mocti ispcr Place, Edmonton Nor-vu---' Edmonton Strathcona, Prairie, Innisfail, 5, Lloydminster, Peace V- 'onoka, Redwater An-d Mountain House, 3'. .-.ri, St. Paul, Slctller Si v Plain, Three Hills, V Banff. Calgary Glen-mw 1 Currie, Ca Egmont, Drayton Val-le1 Ponton Belmont, i Highlands, Edmonton Me .Tsrk, Edmonton Oltew-cll, imontnn Parkallcn, Red Derili> 1 ic sub-headings "the pco--; V tl "preserving wvironmcnl nf Alberta for Alhcrlans in the 1 ns a service to [uri.c.iis for Albcrtans in the and "a look inlo Ihe fu-ti a statement of nnd purpose." il :s based on Ihc following i.T'iimles: I'O.spcot for human dignity in- Hie Ibo infirm and V-s.s forliT.atc. of individual against infjrown and i.- bureaucracy. Open povernmeiit, with i. .11 lo Ihe '.v-v, not (lie other way A rrlurn lo local :-A The reversal of the rent trend to bigness in government and in business, and support for Alberta's smaller communities. Education to train people, not just for jobs but to improve the quality of their lives. Welfare directed at helping people to help themselves. A recognition that agricul-lure is a basic industry of Uje province and that the general prosperity is significantly dependent upon it. A government climate favorable to free enterprise and with increased opportunities for individual Albcrtans lo control .heir own economic to assist them to become owners of their own businesses. A network of small colleges and technical schools located at medium-sized centres throughout the province. A ?50-million assistance fund for new or expanding enterprises with priority going to applications from smaller centres. Support for the efforts of ethnic groups to preserve their culture and traditions and expansion of support to cultural groups. A doubling of provincial government expenditures on housing lo more than SI billion 3 year and a rcdiiclion in the property tax by eliminating Ihe 30-mill contribution to the provincial govermcnt for roll areas and for agriculture and other commercial requirements. An emergency pollution measures task force to handle major pollution catastroplues. Better and expanded outpatient services to reduce costs and make health care more accessible lo all. Creation of a provincial highway's commission to be responsible for the construction and maintenance of provincial roads. A cabinet minister lo be responsible lor creating initiatives and programs in the field of federal-provincial relations so that Alberta ideas are being 120 MW CHEMISTRY 130 T ENGLISH 120 TT ENGLISH 130 120 TT FRENCH130 110 MW MATHEMATICS 131 120 MW PHYSICS 130 120 TT SOCIAL STUDIES 130 Basic English 80 flO 80 fndicales dosses will operate each Tuesday and Thursday MW indicates classes w II operate each Monday and Wednesday Courses labelled 130 ore equivalent lo the regular Grade XII level subjscls Courses labelled 120 arc equivalent to ihe regular Grade XI level subjects Courses labelled 1 1 0 are equivalent lo the regular Grade X level subjects CREDITS RECEIVED MAY BE USED FOR HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA OR FOR COLLEGE CREDIT FEES: per coi-rie NOTE: Students rt (n a regular high school may not register in the evening High Schoc :'Jram without permits on of the principal of the high A consl ant, striving, a continued concern for B better Alberta. HIGHLIGHTS The highlights of the "new directions." An Alberta Bill of 180, new seal. Spirit Grant Nolley (NDP) 147, gain the (oral cr court e. Balance of fees are due and payable on opening night of premier may resign WINNIPEG (CP) Former premier Waller Weir is (o resign soon as the Conservative MLA for the wcsl-ccntral Manitoba constituency of Minnedosa, Graeme 11 a i fi, provincial narly president, said in an in-erview Monday Mr. Weir sold )is home in Winnipeg and moved his family lo Toronto nlmiit 10 days ago. Air. Weir, premier from 1967 lo is president nf Service Corp. International (CYuiada) Lid., a company mvns 10 funeral homes throughout Legislation lo give cm-iloyccs reasonable notice o[ 'ayoffs and closedowns and rights for civil servants. Provincial lax incentives 'or Albcrtnns prepared lo expand an enterprise. An incres.iC in Ihc use of niblic hearings by the legisln-ure to pive individual citizens in opportunity to express Ihcir view. A wcll-underslood and ac-wptcd land-use ninn.iRomcnt syslem, providing adcqunle nl-owance for wilderness nroas, orcst reserves, provincial parks and oilier recreational areas, rcsom-co without portfolio, Jack Robertson (PC) 279. gain from SC. Stony Bill Purdy (PC) 571, gain from SC. x Douglas Miller (SC) 70S. Three Allan Warrack (PC) 10, gain from SC. Defeated lay Ratzlaff, minisler of indus-.i'Y and tourism. John Baliuk (PC) gain from SC. Vermilion- xAshley (SC) 201. .xllcnry R u s I e so x James Icmlcrson (SC) early REGISTRATION would be the primary legislation of (he province. Assistance to farmers to mprove markets and prices mil (o control costs and im-irovc income. Removal of the education wrtion of municipal property ax nnd elimination of the mcd-cal care insurance premiums paid by senior citizens. An increase in the number -if women on provincially-ap-pointed hoards nnd (ask forces md more support for day-care centres. .Self-help programs for In-linns and Metis offering incentives nnd guaranteed loons on the of the course and lhis f0rm and relurn It, ihe materials equipment provided _ j i i together wtlh fie prescribed ice, fo the Registration r -M mode In person at 9 H Ihe College o. mailing the complef- School of Continuing Education, Lelh-ed applicatior together with tho re- bridge. Alberta. quired any COL.'--I f-jr wh ch ihero is In- sufficient dem-, J Addresi People who v9 registered in a course Telcphono Occupation which haj to i -.'.'veiled will bo notified and will have ''eej refunded 1 wish to register in the _. following course For Further fr Pleoia EDUCATION Namo Fro: Ccfnmunily ;