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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta JO THE UTHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, October 20, 1971 Election choice wider ST. JOHN'S, Nfltl. (CP) Many of Newfoundland's registered voters will have a wider choice of candidates for the Oct. provincial election than in any election since Con- federation with Canada in A record 1011 cor.tcstanls were officially nominated Monday, in- cluding full slates of Liberals and Progressive Conservatives in each of the 40 single-member districts and in Harbour Main, which lias two seats in the legis- lature. The Conservatives under their new leader, Frank Moores, fielded a full complement of candidates for the first time as they aimed to unseat Pruinier Joseph Smallwood's Liberal government, in power for 22 years. The New Democratic Party, which has never elected a mem- ber in Newfoundland, has 17 candidates and the New Labra- dor party, created by former Liberal Tom Burgess, has can- didates ill the three districts that cover the province's 000-square-mile mainland terri- tory. There are tlirce independent Liberals and one Independent. ALL CONTESTED There were no acclamations, unusual for this province, and three West, St. John's Centre and White Bay four candidates "Although the Liberals took 39 When shopping at College Mall ivhy not relax over a cup of coffee at Cafeteria Noon Hour Luncheons Service Daily of Uie 42 scats five years ago, defections, a byelection, retire- ment and death had cut govern- ment strength to 25 at dissolu- tion Oct. G. There were seven Conserva- tives, two Independent Liberals, one Independent and seven va- cancies when the house was dis- solved. Premier Smallwood, who at 70 says tliis will behis last elec- tion, is running in Placentia East against Conservative Wil- liam G. Patterson. Mr. Moores is in Humbcr West. The district, which in- cludes part of Corner Brook, was won by Mr. Smallwood last time. MAYOR ItUNS Mayor Noel Murphy of Corner Brook is standing in Humber West for the Liberals. A former Conservative leader, Dr. Mur- phy lost Humber East to a Lib- eral in 1966. He returned to poli- tics earlier this year on the Lib- eral side and was appointed t minister without portfolio. John C. Crosbie, one of the premier's sternest critics since he joined the Conservatives this summer, is facing Liberal Alma Badcock in his former district of St. John's West. Mr. Crosbie resigned as Lib- eral health minister in 1968 in disagreement with government aid to industry and crossed the floor after losing a leadership race to Mr. Smallwood in 1969. H. W. Kitchen, who lost the Conservative leadership race to Mr. Moores in 1970, is running for the Liberals in Harbour Grace. He was expelled by the PCs after a meeting he alleg- edly had with Mr. Smallwood, who later appointed him educa- tion minister. 2 DIE IN BLAST KRISTIANSAND, Norway (Renter) A depth charge went off accidentally on a Dutch destroyer Monday, killing two sailors and injuring 10. Fire broke out on the destroyer, the Friesland, but was quickly put out. bettyshop FASHIONS FOR FALL AT OLD FASHION PRICES COATS With a young look. Assorted styles in a leather or wet look with Sherpa or fur Fabric trim. Warm quilted lining and other features of warmth. 5 to 15. FROM '29 SKI JACKETS With old fashion warmth. Nylon outer shell fortrel fibre fill for warmth with- out weight. Concealed hood, storm cuffs- Navy, Green, Gold and many other shades. S.M.I. FROM 15 IMPORT SUITS Pure wool. JUMPSUITS Fortrel or wool. PANT SUITS Assorted 2 and 3 piece. Values to 39.98 SKI PANTS Nylon stretch. 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Noxt to College Cinema AMPLE FREE PARKING WHERE SMART WOMEN SHOP FALL AND WINTER COATS Reg. 19.99 to. 69.99 1C 97 EC 97 ON SALE TO Jjjj11" 20% OFF SWEATERS Reg. 4.99 to 12.99 3-w 1037 ON SALE 20% OFF T-SHIRTS Reg. 3.99 to 4.99 ON SALE JV" TO ONE SIZE VAN ULTRA PANTY HOSE Reg. PR. ON SALE L PRS. FOR SHOP EARLY FOR BEST SELECTION! 506 4lh AVENUE SOUTH 1EL: 328-2653 COLLEGE MALL 20th AVE. AND MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE TEL: 328-7011 (C.O.D. ORDERS ACCEPTED) OVER 250 STORES COAST TO COAST TO SERVE YOU BETTER ;