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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Olympic village Shown is a model for one of two pyramid-like at Viau Park opposite the Olympic Stadium now under towers for the new-style Olympic Village to be built construction in east-end Montreal. Advance poll turnout high OTTAWA Election officials estimate that more than three per cent of persons eligible to vote in the July 8 election have cast their ballots in advance polling. spot checks of advance poll turnout has indicated high voter interest in some areas which are considered crucial by political organizers. The estimate of persons us- ing the advance polls Monday and Saturday compares with the actual 1.56 per cent who voted in advance in 1972. In the elec- the number of advance votes cast equalled 2.36 per cent of the total voters. A spokesman for Chief Elec- toral Officer Jean-Marc Hamel said the estimate is just figures were kept on the ad- vance voting. The significance of the heavy advance polling will not be known until after the votes are counted next Monday. But the number of advance votes in certain areas is of interest to party organizers. The spokesman said the turnout in Western Canada and Ontario appeared un- usually while in Quebec it appeared unusually low. The Atlantic provinces were about normal. The highest interest seemed to be in British Columbia and parts of he said. These are the two areas where many feel the July 8 election will be decided. Progressive Conser- vatives and New Democrats have used their big campaign guns most in these areas as they all seek to make gains. In the last theie were four Liberals from compared with eight Conservatives and 11 New Democrats. In the breakdown was 36 40 Conservatives and 11 New Democrats. Quebec's estimated low turnout at the advance poll came as a bit of a surprise. In more than 2.5 per cent of those voting used tfye advance poll. This was slightly higher than the national average. The advance poll apparently gives no indication of the total percentage of the eligible voters who will cast ballots. In when the advance percentage was relatively 76 7 per cent of the elec- torate voted. In when the advance was relatively apparently not as high as 8 per cent voted. This year there are between 13.4 million and 13.5 million eligible voters. As an indication of what is happening in the multi-riding Lowpr Mainland of British Co- the spokesman said about or seven per cent of the total voted in the British Columbia constituency of Burnaby-Sey- mour during the weekend Be- tween and 6.000 voted in Burnaby-Richmond-Delta FROZEN DINNERS Manor House Assorted Flavours 11 oz. net wt. pkg. PEANUT BUTTER Empress Homogenized 32 oz. net wt. jar StfEWAY PRICE Snow Star Assorted Flavours CREAM 3 pt- Taste Tells in Tomato 28 fl. oz. tin 'in' Town House Canada 19 fl.oz. tin R all PEACHES K Town House U.S. Fancy 14 fl.oz. tin R JBB SAVE AT THESE LOW PRICES Sea Trader Solid 7 oz. net wt. tin FRESH BUNS JUICE BARS WHITE TUNA ASPARAGUS TIPS FRESH YOGURT SOUR CREAM JELLO POWDERS TANG CRYSTALS GRAPE DRINK Skylark Sesame Sandwich pkg. of 8 3s1 Bel Air Assorted Flavours pkg. or fl.oz.............. Town House Canada Fancy. 12fl.oz.tin 79' 59' Lucerne 16oz. netwt. ctn. Lucerne 20 oz. net wt. carton Assorted Flavours 3oz. netwt. pkg. Orange pkg. of oz. netwt. pkgs. Welchade 10 fl. oz. tin 79' 89' en 00 FRESH EGGS LUCERNE Canada Grade A Small.Size Ground Beef Fresh Regular Quality Ib. BONELESS BEEF CUTS Top or Bottom Round Steak or Roast Canada Grade A Ib...... SIRLOIN TIP ROAST Easy to Carve Boneless Canada Grade A Ib. 1 1 59 79 Coorsh All Beef 11b. Vac Pak pkg. RindlessSide 11b. Vac Pak pkg. Coorsh Sliced 4 x 2 oz. Saddle Pak 750 MORE SPECIALS j 109 HALIBUT STEAK 129J I X J 1 AT TURBOT FILLETS QQCI I V Ib.................................... W 209 SMOKED SAUSAGE V9 V Skinless Wieners Sliced Bacon Corned Beef Of O09 omuivcu OHUOHUC QQ i VfPQIf Vancouver Fancy Beer 1 99 OIVQIV Fast Ib............. im 1 Bulk Wieners. We Reserve the Right to Limit Quantities. Copyright Canada Safeway Limited ;