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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta >g Till LHHBHIDGE HtRAlD W-ilnnclciy... Drtcmlicr 1, 1971 (or annual 1 s o 7, TI ra lisill excitement order of the hi 21) years off your face" cial Credit Partv. to on a traditional basis onlv managed to capture PAUL I iir' vuur ing srivcued lo parly supporters to put or losses would be of tlie 88 seats. With the Oltawa behind Progressive in the West the provincial PC victory It :y, Ihe PC's are in British Conservatives are Bill Davis tilings look better 1 he annual I io iiJit ioiKil people ;.s Robert has even been talk hopes on picking up for good potential gains. of tho icdi'ra! 1 niutessui1 Conservatives gels under way in Ottawa this weekend director Kobe r t Uedard yon Ihe hod Dcir UP and former national leader of Ihe W. A. C. Bennett might come out in support of the seven to 10 seats in B.C. It should be interesting lo see what B.C. delegates have the publicity from the annual meeting should help. In Quebec who knows' While expected delegates and ail air of o'Mimin'p. and just federally, that is. But despite all this, it is at the annual PCs won onlv four seats of tint would have been to assess just how far Nova Scotia, Prince 74 in 1968, they have lost lo imagine even a year the road to recovery the PCs have come since Ihe chopping down of 196fl. For Island and Newfoundland the Progressive Conservatives just about wiped the slate through defection to independent status of Roch La Sale, member for Joliette. Basically, S. 0'1'i'inn, the PC now have only 71 seals 1968. No real hopes PCs have banking director, isn't House of Commons gains there. And chances here on Mr. Stan- tho atmosphere of with 72 when the Brunswick they picking a tremendously surrounding the e 7? JE) were counted. No billing with the Quebec lieutenant such says current Irends a 3 True, the Liberals that leaves Quebec Judge Claude Wagner. How- parly and its leader from 155 lo t50. of to make the reports now say that the are beginning lo capture the public The NDP has gained three true. In 1968 in don't even know if they Ihere arc slill people The; Al-hfii! sliouki an e i n 1-point Mr. Ilinman said the make 2n. Heal Caouctte's ho-cial Credit Party has lost Mr. Wagner unless he modifies his views on law and or- believe that all Hie IV noon-la is based on fancy rather jii-'l much shoi'lrl also establish areas where mining now is make 13. The Independents gained two to make three. So that's the picture as the hard fact. vYluT, comes down to it, the PCs still have I hire i.- in Ihe province arm incn provide sensible feasible and set royally rale.-; which escalate are two vacancies, caused hv resicnaiions of one green annual meeting prepares to open. Already there has been 3 way to go if they want ID govern eosi.s and prices. and" one" omen, Prime Minister Tru- real Iheir predictions in i ;i ;i M Hinivuin t, (J areas of research] Tho prs njmiinf, manv (AP) has stolen some of the toppling Prime Minister Trudeau and his U'oeral government at the next general election. However, there's no doubt the PC parly is pulling all of liinman. mines and minerals spokesman in the Social (Yeilil rind MLA for C; Allierta has vast of quality coa) include coa! transportation, markets and the possibility of setting up crown or pub-lie development corporal ions with shares available on a preference hopes for a resurgence on B.C., Quebec, and Ontario. With the reception of B.C. where they do not hold a single of the 23 seats, chances of gaining many in (Ho ivnsf nrp few Slates Price Commission has approved an average price increase of 2.9 per cent on Ford cars, trucks and optional equipment on 1972 models. The auto-maker had from Mr. Stanfield and his followers by announcing that lie will visit President Nixon in Washington while the annual meeting is under way. Obviously, that means the news into seeing lhat is no markel at this There was also the "possihil- 1 Imldini? 15 of the 19 seats a 4.4-per-cent and Canadians generally another Trudeau sweep in the style of 19611. For instance, PC MPs are he-; ing shown how to obtain (he youthful image look that lotik into the future re-veals the possbiiity of a great t> n r r f! y crisis within two (iec.'iili's where does coa fit of teaming Alberta's coal and iron o r e resources to create a viable steel producing they can't expect to pick up many more seats there. In Saskatchewan and Manitoba the seats are fairly Harvester Co. meanwhile announced immediate price increases amounting lo 3.93 per cent on its be paying less attention to the PC meeting than was expected even as late as early this week. The' KmrH was hy the di-a'h