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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 9, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta juiy THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD Who won where Toronto Greenwood xAndre Brewin Joe James Chad Bark Alex Lauder 100 George A. Leslie 72 J. McKibbin 65 Bret Smiley 40 Toronto High Park-Humber ....Valley xOtto Jelinek Murray McBride Bill Reynolds Elizabeth Hill 163 Michael. Blake 112 Jim Nugent 47 Toronto Lakeshore Ken Robinson xTerry Grier Jim Muir Ginny Thomson 147 P. Herman 69 Toronto Parkdale xStanley Haidasz Lubor Zink Evelyn Cotter Terence Young 136 Neil McLellan 130 G. MacLean 96 Toronto Rosedale xDonald Macdonald Hal Jackman M. Desjardins Marshall B. Evoy 211 Dan Goldstick 133 V. Harper 115 Toronto St. Paul's John Roberts xRonald Atkey Lukin Robinson Richard C. Bolstler 273 B. Cameron 167 C. N. McNair 56 Toronto Scarborough East Martin O'Connell Crawford Smyth John McMahon George McLecon 182 Raymond Whidden 173 S. Stevenson 94 Toronto Scarborough West Alan Martin xJohn Harney Basil Clark L. Turnbull 90 H. Rowbottom 64 Toronto Spadina xPeter Stollery June Marks Jack Shapiro Maggie Bizzell 156 Ann Noble 108 M. Cruise 101 M. Teitelbaum 76 Toronto Trinity Aideen Nicholson xPaul Hellyer Jonathan Cohen William Kashtan 231 J. Turnbull 92 Martin Weiche 62 Victoria-Haliburton xWilliam Scott David Walling Maurice Windatt Waterloo-Cambridge xMax Saltsman Brian Goff 17.920 Glenn Carroll John Long 245 R. Rathwell 123 Wetland xVictor Railton Alex McCrae J. McPherson J. Severinsky 236 Wellington Frank Maine B.E. Payne W.G. Punnett Walter A. Tucker 593 Greth Blythe 118 Brian Seymour 88 T. Theriault 58 Wellington-Grey-Duff-Wat..... xPerrin Beatty Brian Kirkham Don Francis Windsor-Walkerville xMark MacGuigan Fred Alexander Anthony Soda E. Rowley 144 Peter Ewart 91 Windsor West xHerb Gray Ron Scale Bill McKay Ray Greig 218 York Centre Bob Kaplan Barry Swadron T5.274 M. Copeland Tom Morris 205 John de Niet 177 Roger Drouin 167 R. Hundal 113 York East David Collenette xlan Arrol Kay MacPherson John Dennis 180 Dan Hammond 151 Paul M. Miniato 120 York North xBarnett Danson Stephen Roman Jim Reid Victor Upeslacis 359 York-Scarborough KRobert Stanbury Ron Collister David Warner Paul Mollon 306 0. Dobosh 242 Arthur Wright 141 rork-Slmcoe Stevens Mike Willinsky Wally Gustar fork South Ursula Annnllnni 19 xDavid Lewis Paul J. Schrieder R. Sanders 112 Bob Sproule 102 K. Corkill 100 York West xJim Fleming John Hanna Freda Hawkins Thomas Frazer 215 George Harris 134 C. Nugent 70 Jim Laxer 63 Manitoba Brandon-Souris 193'199 xWalter Dinsdale John McRae Campbell Connor John W. Gross 500 Churchill Cecil Smith Dan Reagan Jean Allard Ed Heinrichs 582 Dauphin xGordon Ritchie Laverne Lewycky Ronald Hale Lisgar xJack Murta Norm Dashevsky Frank Froese Jack Froese Marquette xCraig Stewart Allan Lytle Maude Lelond Kenneth B. Morrison 283 Portage xPeter Masniuk Joe Omichinski Rens Renooy Ted Bezan 179 Travis Fitch 97 Provencher xJake Epp Tom Copeland Jack Feely Jake Wall 618 St. Boniface xJoseph Guay John Hare Jim Garwood Thomas Cruickshank Selkirk Dean Whiteway xDoug Rowland Ed Coutu Bill Kalturnyk 146 Winnipeg North xDavid Orhkow Anne Steen Robert Parashin William Hawryluk 410 William 392 Avrum Rosner 79 Winnipeg North Centre xStanley Knowles Frank Crockett Alan T. Sweatman Ed Storozuk 219 Mary Kardash 202 Murray Smith 78 Aili Waldman 64 Winnipeg South xJames Richardson Sterling Lyon Jill Oliver Bill Zemianski 127 Harold Dyck 68 Glen Brown 63 Ross Smith 63 Winnipeg South Centre..... 5 xban Doug McEwen And. Robertson Monty McDonald 345 Saskatchewan 13 Members Assiniboia Ralph Goodale xBill Knight Tom Hart Rod McRae 246 Battleford-Kindersley Cliff Mclsaac xNorval Horner Rod Thomson Mackenzie xStanley Korchinski Lars Bracken Mike Riou John Dashchuk 400 Meadow Lake Albert Cadieux xElias Nesdoly Paul Loiselle Ivar Hoback 421 Moose Jaw xDouglas Neil John Skoberg Alf Bryan Henry Guillaume 281 Prince Abert xJohn Diefenbaker Thora Wiggens Phil West Joseph Cools 345 Qu'Appelle-Moose Mountain xAlvin Hamilton Gary Breckenridge Wylie Simmonds Walton Eddy 322 Wilf Gardiner 314 Reglna xJames Balfour John Burton John Thauberger Emanuel Fahlman ..302 William Beeching 155 Jeff Conway 84 Reglna-Lake Centre xLes Benjamin George Richardson David Bouchard Ewald Wagner 423 D. Waldman 141 Saskatoon-Blggar Ray Hnatyshyn xAlf Cleave Ray Fournier Douglas Sadler 460 Saskatoon-Humboldt xOtto Lang Julius Friesen Eugene Rheaume Gary Holtorf 539 Swift Current-Maple Creek xFrank Hamilton George Leith Ed Wallace Isaac Klaassen 382' Yorkton-Melville xLorne Nystrom Stan Kyba Marvin Wentzell Harry Hoedel 347 George Shlakoff 181 Alberta Athabasca xPaul Yewchuk Yvon Mahe Peter Opryshko Battle River Arnold Malone Norman Rolf Vincent Eriksson Douglas Munro Calgary Centre xHarvie Andre Frances Wright George McGuire Clifford Willmott 604 David Whitefield 167 Dean Magel 83 Calgary North xEldon Woolliams John Sutherland Floyd Johnson 4.328 Dale Schlenker Calgary South xPeter Bawden Donald Green B. Harasymiw Ralph Cameron Steve Browning 620 Crowfoot xJack Horner Ernest Patterson James Green Muriel McCreary Edmonton Centre xSteve Paproski B. Schepanovich George Labercane Gerry Beck 585 Reg Jacklin Dan Nelson 83 Norah Jarbeau 82 Edmonton East xBill Skoreyko Una Evans Bill Kobluk Martin Hattersley Bill Tuomi 169 Dick Nimmons 126 Peggy Morton 44 Edmonton Strathcona xDouglas Roche B. C. Tanner Lila Fahlman Leif Oddson Robin Gillespie 228 Harry Strynadka 129 Peggy Askin 78 Edmonton West xMarcel Lambert Mike MacDonald Jane Weaver John Ludwig Brent Bissell 241 Stan Plante 156 Lethbridge xKen Hurlburt Sven Ericksen Bessie Annand Vern Young Medicine Hat xBert Hargrave H. A. Olson Edwin Ens L. Hemmingway Palliser xS. Schumacher John Salus Bill McCutcheon Ada Major Peace River xGerald Baldwin Ed Kimpe .A. Hemmingway Michael Zuk 184 Pembina Peter Elzinga John Borger xDan Hollands Tom Hennessey Bill Pelech 930 Neil Stenberg 146 Peter Askin 120 Red Deer xGordon Towers Dennis Moffat James Keegstra Ethel Taylor Rocky Mountain xJoseph Clark Art Yates Bob Wrigley C. J. Speirs Vegreville xDon Mazankowski Ronald Harris Winston Gereluk Robert Sommerville 670 Wetaskiwln xS. Schellenberger Roger Movold Alfred Arnston Alvin Goetz 2.028 B.C. xJohn Reynolds Joan Wallace Jean-Pierre Daem Homer Stevens 265 elri rMarv.t anl Burpaby-Seymour.......... Mark Raines Jim Nielson xEd Nelson Eric Waugh 159 Jack Maley 57 Andre Doucet 39 Capilaoo Ron Huntington xJack Davis Lawrence Minchin Scott Richardson 152 Bill Shpikula 98 Coast Chilcotln.............. Jack Pearsall Lome Greenaway xHarry Olaussen Gerry Karagianis 371 Comox-Alberni.............. Hugh Anderson Alan Lazerte Donald Barker Mark Mosher 603 Esquimalt-Saanich......... xDonald Munro Don Joy Peter Smart Gerald Clarke 875 Barry Dean 176 Eraser Valley East......... xAlex Patterson Jerry Fringie David Menzies Fraser Valley West......... Bob Wenman xMark Rose Ralph Baizley Ed Hibbs Harold Pritchett 182 Ronald Jackson 155 Kamloops-Cariboo xLen Marchand Don Couch Ron Anderson Laurie Brigden Kootenay West Bob Brisco xR. Harding Louis Maglio Nanaimo-Cowichan-The...... ....Islands xT. C. Douglas Donald Taylor Raymond Kane Ernie Knott 272 New Westminster xStuart Leggatt Marg Gregory Carl Miller Ted Adlem 951 Rod Doran 167 Selmer Bean 96 L. Averbach 64 Okanagan Boundary xGeorge Whittaker John Dyck Arnet Tuffs Violet Sharp Okanagan-Kootenay Howard Johnson Hari Singh P. Maksylewich Helmut Fandrich Norm Baker 310 Prince George-Peace River xFrank Oberle Allan Bate Bob Steventon Wendell Smith Skeena lona Campagnolo xFrank Howard Everett Stevens Surrey-White Rock Benno Friesen Doug Hovan Len Friesen Tom Kennedy Fred Bianco 253 Alex Barker 83 Greg Corcoran 52 Vancouver Centre......... xRon Basford Doug Davis Ron Johnson Walter Muller 211 Betty Greenwell 195 C. Shrybman 116 Vancouver East............ Arthur Lee xPaddy Neale Hartley Hubbs Maurice Rush 298 C. Boylan 168 Vancouver Kingsway......... Simma Holt Dennis Mulroney John Taylor Fred Wilson 217 Vancouver Quadra xBill Clarke Frank Low-Beer Nigel Nixon Edith Garner 180 B. Sproule 121 Norman Dent 61 Vancouver South xJohn Fraser Peter Oberlander Roger Howard Jim Beyonn 126 Anne Boylan 77 Victoria xAllan McKinnon Frances Elford Peter James D. Danielson 213 Yukon-NWT Northwest Territories...... xWally Firth Bob Ward Richard Whitford Yukon xErik Nielsen Paul White Tony Penikett Grit punch misses Prairies By JOHN DODD EDMONTON Liberal promises of a new deal for the West in Confederation failed to sway traditional Prairie support for the Progressive Con- servatives in Monday's federal election. Prime Minister Trudeau and his cohort came West to tell of p 1 a n s f o r transpor- tation changes designed to eliminate 1 o n g-standing dis- criminations against the Prairies and of a plan to stabilize farm incomes through good and bad times. while voters in many other parts of Canada wel- comed the most of the 45 seats in Saskatchewan and Manitoba went usual. The Conservatives once again swept all 19 Alberta seats. No contest was even close. There were closer battles in Saskatchewan where the Con- servatives took eight one more than while the NDP dropped to two from five. The Liberals' re-elected Justice Minsiter Otto Lang in Saskatoon-Humboldt and gained one seat from the NDP and another from the Conservatives. Both Conser- vative gains in the province came at the expense of the NDP. In the Con- servatives won nine of 13 a gain of one from the last at the expense of the NDP. The Liberals retain- ed their two seats. The NDP dropped to two seats from making them the big losers on the Prairies. Despite a two-seat gain on the the national trend toward the Liberals fizzled on the flatlands. The Liberals have not been able to overcome the Con- since the Diefenbaker sweep of 1958. Some Liberals had claimed that an Otto Lang victory would indicate acceptance of the party's agriculture especially the controversial farm income stabilization plan they proposed. most other Liberals who endorsed the controversial plan were defeated. The election produced no real surprises. John George Diefenbaker easily won re-election in Prince Albert and called his win first time in Cana- dian history that someone has won 12 successive general The former Conservative prime minister is 78. Defence Minister James who had fought a hard campaign against Conservative Sterling former Manitoba attorney- won in Winnipeg South. in Marcel former Speaker of the won easy re- election in Edmonton West. Cattleman Bert Hargrave retained Medicine Hat against H. A. former agriculture Grits gain another seat Que. The Liberals gaine-j. another seat in Quebec at tht expense of the Social Credit party following a closer scrutiny of votes in the riding of Lucien returning said today. Today's count revealed Yvon receiv- ed votes in Monday's federal election while Social Credit incumbent Jean-Marie Prominents Don Jamieson elected after only one poll THE CANADIAN PRESS How prominent candidates fared in Monday's elec- Don minister of regional economic expan- was re-elected in Burin-Burgeo after one poll reported. James A. Conservative spokesman for consumer was re-elected in St. John's East. Progressive Conservative Leader Robert Stanfield was re-elected in Halifax 40 minutes after the polls closed. John the PC member for Gander- Twillingate in the last was defeated in Noriavista-Trinity-Conception by Liberal David Rooney. J.. Angus a former PC fisheries was re-elected in Malpeque. Rev. Andy Hogan was elected in Cape Breton-East Richmond to become the first Roman Catholic priest ever elected to the House of Commons and the first third-party candidate elected to the Commons from the Atlantic provinces since 1962. Leonard C. a former was elected as independent in Moncton after being rejected as a candidate by the Progressive Conservative defeating four other candidates. Dan Liberal minister of veterans' af- fairs and a former agriculture was re- elected in Cardigan. Allan J. Privy Council and Liberal House was re-elected in Cape Breton Highlands-Canso. Tom the PC party House leader was defeated in Saint John-Lancaster by Liberal opponent Michael J. Landers. Jean-Eudes Liberal minister of public was re-elected in Restigouche. Gordon PC justice was re- elected in Fundy-Royal. Jean-Pierre Liberal minister of supply and re-elected in Montreal Dollard. Prime Minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau declared re- elected in Montreal-Mount Royal 42 minutes after polls closed. Re-election of Claude Progressive Conser- vative foreign affairs announced after close race in St. Hyacinthe. Agriculture Minister Eugene Whelan re-elected in Essex-Windsor. Hugh Liberal secretary of re- elected in defeating former Manitoba premier Duff a Conservative. Stanley Liberal minister for mul- re-elected in Toronto Parkdale. Mitchell external affairs was re- elected in Toronto Eglinton. John finance was re-elected in Ot- tawa-Carleton. Marc Liberal health and welfare was returned for a second term in Montreal Outremont. Bryce Mackasey. former labor minister recalled to the Liberal cabinet after the election was was re-elected in Montreal Verdun. Jeanne Liberal minister of science and was returned for a second term in Montreal Ahuntsic. Real Social Credit Party was elected for a sixth term in Temiscamingue. Flora Conservative spokesman for native re-elected in Kingston and the Islands. Fern former Ontario cabinet minister running for the defeated in Stormont Dundas by Ed a Liberal. George Conservative defence spokesman and former trade minister during the Diefenbaker re-elected in Prince Edward-Hastings. Labor Minister John Munro re-elected in Hamilton defeating Conservative Ron a former Canadian Football League player. Gerard Liberal communications reelected in Montreal Hochelaga. Re-election of Jean Liberal minister for Indian affairs and northern announced in St. Maurice. Warren Liberal r-elected in Montreal Notre-Dame-de-Grace. Andre Liberal returned in Montreal Papineau. David New Democratic Party defeated in York South by Liberal Ursula Appolloni. C. M. president of the treasury defeated Michael president of the Progressive Conservative Party of to win Montreal Westmount for the sixth time. Jean Liberal transport re- elected in Langelier. Martin a former federal labor was re-elected in Toronto Scarborough East after be- ing defeated in 1972 by a Conservative. James Conservative financial spokesman was re-elected in Toronto Don Valley. Alastair Liberal trade was re- elected in Toronto Etobicoke. Paul a Conservative and former Liberal cabinet was defeated in Toronto Trinity by Liberal Aideen Nicholson. Conservative incumbent Peter Reilly was defeated in Ottawa West by Liberal Lloyd the MP Mr. Reilly defeated in 1972. John considered a possible successor to NDP Leader David was defeated in Toronto Scarborough West by Liberal Alan Martin. Progressive Conservative Georges Valade lost his bid to regain Montreal Ste. where he was defeated in going down to Liberal Raymond Dupont. Revenue Minister Robert Stanbury was re-elected in the Toronto riding of Yorks defeating CBC parliamentary reporter Ron Collister. Eldon PC housing was re- elected in Calgary North. John former PC prime was declared elected in the Saskatchewan riding of Prince Albert after 10 of 240 polls reported. Defence Minister James Richardson survived a tough challenge by Conservative Sterling Lyon and was re-elected in Winnipeg South. Otto justice minister and minister responsible for the Canadian wheat was re-elected in Saskatoon-Humboldt. Jack PC farm was re-elected in Alberta's Crowfoot riding. Marcel former Speaker of the gain- ed re-election in the Edmonton West riding he has represented since 1957. Simma Vancouver Sun elected for the Liberals in Vancouver Kingsway in her first bid for political office. ;