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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 31, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta VETHBRIDGE IIERAtD luridny, Odobnr 31, 1972------- Results: poll by poll LETHBRIDGE 8 y. Wilson Siding........... 3 Rciidymadc Schrol 2 McNally School........ Heseardi Station X Coaldalc S'.mnyside School......... tl IlardicviUe........... 2ii West Lcthbriclge........ 12 CoaihursL............ Diamond City 13 Picture Bulle........... 73 Shaughnessy........... iXewlmids.............. 9 Monarch............... 16 ,Tumtx> Valley........... Noblcford.............. 32 Kcho.................. Iron Springs............ 12 Turin................ Sundial................ Barrhill................ 3 Barons................ la Carmangay 25 Jefferson............... 3 Aetna................. "1 Beaxcr................. 9 Cardston.............. 17C Spring Coulee........... 2 Hillspring.............. 21 Twin Butte............. 0 Pincher Creek.......... 91 Spring Ridge........... 3 Gisnwood 10 Blood Indian Reserve Peigan Indian Reserve 14 Pincher Station......... 5 Summerview.......... 0 Standoff............... 5 Fort Jlacleod.......... 116 Spring Point............ 0 Mud Lake.............. 3 Pearce............... 9 Granum............... 22 Meadow Creek.......... LETHBRIDGE POLLS Agnes Davidson School 47 Assumption School....... 31 School......... 51 College Mall............ 23 Gilbert Paterson School 52 St. Patrick's School 43 Auxiliary Hospital....... 42 St. Michael's Hospital 10 Flcetwood-Bawden School 74 Alan Watson School 33 YMCA............... 62 23 General Stewart School 57 Green Acres Lodge 12 Hamilton Junior High 38 Edith Cavcll Nursing Home 8 Chinese National League 37 Immanuel Christian School 13 Westminster School 75 George McKillop School M Galbraith School......... 97 Senator Buchanan School 55 Wilson Junior High 61 St. Paul's 25 German Canadian Club 16 Golden Acres Lodge...... 31 Winston Cliurchill School 2.3 Advance Poll 40 INCOMPLETE TOTALS 2.211 47 87 123 117 1.238 121 DG c'.i lit M9 76 113 155 83 154 39 189 38 104 144 ira EG 93 32 17 46 44 20 5 09 25 10 23 7 23 7 22 11 7 37 9 6 5 U 79 I'-l 74 n 95 8 JOG 10 86 020 3 8 5 2 7 111 1 158 95 149 78 111 Dl 40 17 142 81 109 91 136 7 81 3 45 37 103 207 229 159 189 48 30 53 122 123 133 GO 66 148 819 40 91 99 205 933 516 334 232 519 280 394 113 517 376 388 253 673 42 291 25 95 369 541 404 326 623 193 136 !20 254 314 Caldwell...... Watcrlon Sprcadeaglc Beaver Mines Beauvais Tanner I.unrlbreck Rurmis...... Hillcrest Maple Leaf Frank....... Bellev-uc..... Blairmore Coleman..... TOTAUS 3 4 2 4 7 12 43 17 46 216 195 B25 U O 49 SO 36 31 515 31 BO W 26 78 386 363 2 1 S a 2 7 0 21 17 42 63 40 355 10 18 TWO LEADERS Prime Minister Trudoau shrugs Conservative leader wears a confident smile as both leaders try to explain election results to reporters and sup- porters. Mr. Trudeou was in Ottawa while Mr. Stanfield awaited the outcome of the vote in Halifax LOW proniineiits ]7 Tly THE CANADIAN PRESS If CAY prominent candidates fared in Monday's election: Transport Minister Don Jamieson was re-elected in Newfoundland's Burin-Burgeo, a riding he has held since he 1 First won it in a 196G byelection. Marc Lalonde, principal sec- 19 1 retsry to Prime Minister Pierre 5 Trudeau, won Montreal Out- 31 j remont in his first stab at __j elected office. Francis Fox, special assistant the office of Prime Minister 561 271 455 166 326 222 233 103 350 29 250 12 Pierre Trudeau, elected in Ar- gentcuil-Deux Montagues. Prime Minister Pierre Elliott TnKlcau, won easy victory Montreal Mount Royal, defeat- ing five other candidates. Northern Affairs Minister i Jean Chretien held St Maurice. Tie-election of Solicit or-Gen- erai Jean-Pierre Clover an- nounced an hour after polls C. M. (Cud) Dairy, treasury hoard president, re-elected Montreal defeating Progressive Conservative can- didate Michael Meighen, grand- j 5on former prime minister 66 Arthur Mcighcn. Social Credit Party leader 225 j Real Caouette retained his seat in Temiscamingue. Robert Andras, minister of consumer and corporate af- fairs, was re-elected in Port 2 1 Arthur. Lueien of Ihe ias Lamoureux, speaker ran ROCKY MT. SOUTH without parly designation, was re-elected in Stonnont-Dundas. David Lewis, national leadet of the New Democratic Party, was re-elected in York Soutli. j Privy Council President Allan MacEachen was re-elected in Cape Breton HighlandsCanso, a Nova Scotia riding he has represented since 1933, Public Works Minister Jean- Endes Diihe was re-elected in Resti.eouche where he was first elected to Parliament in Lender Robert Stanfield was i re-elected in the Halifax riding he first won in lOfiB. jouche where he was first elected to Parliament in 19fi2. Former New Democratic Party leader, T. C. Douglas, was re-elected in Nanaimo- Cowichan-The Islands. Urban Affairs Minister Ron Basford won re-election for his fourth term in Vancouver Centre. Grace Maclnnis, only woman member of the last Parliament, won re-election for the New Democratic Party in Vancouver KIngsway. Mrs. Maclnnis is the daughter of J. vS. founder of the Co-operative Common wealt h Federal i on forerunner of the NDP. Jack Davis, environment minister, won reelection in Capilano for his fifth term. Robert Thompson, former na- tionai leader of the Social Credit party, running for the Progressive Conservatives, was defeated in Surrey-White Rock by Barry Mather of the New Democratic Party. John Diefenbaker, prime minister from 1957 to 1953 and Opposition leader from 1063 to easily beat four other can- didates in a riding he has held since ]940. Stanley Knowlcs, who has held Winnipe g N orth C ent re since IS45 with exception of four years during the Diefenba- ker era, retained the working- class riding easily. Alvin Hamilton, former agri- culture minister under John Diefenbakcr, had no trouble disposing of three challengers in Qii'appelle-Moose Mountain. Justice Minister Otto Lang held on lo Saskatoon-Humboldt, beating five other candidates, including Lewis Brand, the Conservative he upset in 1968. Marcel Lambert, the Con- servatives' financial critic, held off Liberal challenger Mel Hnrtig, a noted publisher, and two other entries in Edmonton West. Labor Scarborough East to Con- servative Reginald Stackhouse, a 47-year-old professor. Gerard Pelletier, secretary of state, re-elected in Montreal Hochclaga, defeating Raymond Laliberto, leader of the Quebec wing of the NDP, and four other candidates. Claude Wagner, Conservative campaign leader in Quebec, elected in S1.. Hyacinthc, defeat- ing five candidates. Bryce Mack'asey, minister of manpower and immigration, defeated four candidates in Montreal Verdun. Conservative Raymond Hock, former Liberal member of Par- liament, defeated in Montreal Lacbine by Liberal Rod BlaUer. Supply Minister James Rich- ardson won Winnipeg South by umberltmd-Durham as a Con- servative, took that Ontario scat away from the Liberals. OUo Jelinck, 32, a Toronto manufacturer and former world pairs skating champion with Ins sifter Maria, won Toronto High I'nrk-Humbcr Valley Cor the Conservatives in former Lib- er at-held territory. External Affairs Minister Mitchell Sharp was re-elected in Toronto Ejilinton. AlESlair Cjillespie, Liberal minister of science and tech- nology, was re-elected in To- ronto Eto'j'.L'cke. Revenue Minister Herb Gray was rc-'jlec'lcd in Windsor Y i n a n c c Minister John Turner was re-elected in Ot- lawa-Carlcton. Kccs, who held VANCOUVER (CP) Lib-j price but we carn- .-i eral Environment Minister Jack Davis, re-elected in Capi- lano Monday night, warned that a weak government could mean economic hardships for Canada and predicted another election within a matter of months. Mr. Davis said in the event ol another dollar evaluation show- down with the United States, a minority government dependent a healthy marjrm, repeating his riorli'olios of transport and victory when he upset the L-p.tie in the Conservative gov- Minister Martin n'Connel! was the first member Public. Works Minister Jean- of the Trudeau cabinet to he ndrs in Resti-' counted out. losing Toronto t Conservative entry. Walter first elected for Ihe Conservatives in Bran- don-Souris in retained it by wide margin over three ether candidates, of whom was considered a threat. Michael Starr, labor minister in the Diefenbaker Progressive Conservative government, lost in Oshawa-Wlutby to New Democrat Ed Broadbeut, who defeated him in 13GB. Perry Ryan, elected as a Lib- eral in but running as a Progressive Conservative this time, lost his Toronto Spadina seat lo Liberal Allan Slollery. Paul Heliyer, former Liberal defence and transport minister w ho s wi lei ted t o t Con- servatives last summer, held his oM seat of Toronto Trinity. Healtii Minister John M'.mro was re-elected in Hamilton East, defeating Conservative lion Brewer, longtime player in the Canadian Football League. Lincoln Alexander, cnly black ever elected to Parliament, Ihe Hamilton West seat he first won for the Conservatives in 1963. Communications Minister Robert Stanhury was ru-clccled in York-Scarhorough. Agriculture Minister H. A. 01- ernments of John Diefenbaker, wo n re e! ect ion in Priii ce Ed- ward-Hastings. Jean Marc-hand, minister of regional economic expansion, defeated four other candidates in Langelicr. Liberal Monique the first woman to be declared elected lo Parliament from Quebec province defeating four other candidates in Montreal Sr. Michel. Liberal Jeanne Sauvc, wiEe of Tarn-ice Sauve, former Liberal federal min'stcr of forests, was elected in Montreal AInmtsic. Roch Lasalle, running as an independent, retained -Joliette the parties on a record and you don't win that way." "The party didn't make a ma- jor issue of wage and price controls because it would have been pretty much of a sham. Robert Stanfield did no more than hint at the possibility of such Mr. Davis said. 'The Liberals said there was less in Canada than in whims of the smaller any western country and might be steered into they Tan on lhc record aji aiong making serious mistakes that a i lhc' line This just good strong administration would Mr. Davis said. not. 'This Mr. Basford said the liberal is the most worrisome; incurnbent5 defeated in B.C. issue facing Car.adiansja jhe j the country well." will have to go to bed wake of the Mr. Da- vis told a handful of gloomy riding which he captured as Progressive Conservative can- i and wake up in Ihe morning to and confused supporters at what has Jap- eral headquarters at Hie Bay- shore Inn, Urban Affairs Minister Ron Basford, re-elected in Vancou- ver Centre, attributed the Lib- eral's election setback to "a combination of disenchantment about such things as immigra- tion policy, law and order, wel- fare, opportunities for youth projects and many other mid- dle-America issues." Mr. Basford said a relatively didate in the election. j light turnout of voters in Brit- J.-K-cjues Olivier, special labor i ish Columbia hurt Hie Liberals relations consultant in Ihe prime minister's office, re- tained Longueil for the Liberals in a seven-way race for the seat of former Postmaster-Gen- eral Jean-Pierre Cote who did not run. Flora n former c-xeculive at Conscrvalivc na- lionnl hc.itlciursrlers and now at- Out., Kingston because gainst "those vole government often fur n out when its supporters don't." "We have a cabinet meeting j on Thursday and we'll have to] assess what the position is Mr. Basford said. pcncd. Regardless of what oc- curs then I look forward to working with men like Jack Mr. Basford said. "If il should be (hat we are fo scrv ein opposition then I look forward to that, T have never served in opposition and I hear it's very good for the soul." We'll push legislation Mr. Davis was predicting that VANCOUVER the government would fall with-, NcM, 'nemocratii in a couple of months. Mr. Davis verbally Eudes was re-elected in Resti-J counted out, losing Toronto son, first fleeter! as HAT 4-12 V.'ildhr.-rsc Milk Itivor Kf.uth CROWFOOT SOUTH Viilcnn Cr.ampion N'anion K.avely Claresholrn Tilk'v Brooks TOTALS 701 436 211 320 l.fiOS S3 3r, 26 '.'ffl 6 217 tM Coult.s-Milk River Milk River North Warner Etst Manynerrirs-Cypross 'iraburtl Murray Forty Mile Medicine flat Rural o Soulh Jj i Kcddiff Ko'.iira Hills r.l j vsushall M: Tabor in it r.f Titt TOTALS....... er Crediter in 1977 ami wl.o won in ICfifl as a Liberal, was upsot easily by man Tlcrt Iliirgravc in Medi- cine lint, -Joan-Luc Pcpin, miivslor n[ industry and commerce, defeated in Ity i Social Credit candidMe Marie Boisvcrl. Pat Mahoney, minister of slate with responsibility in fi- rianco. defeated by ('on- fl I rcrvalive Peter TJawrlfn, n mil- j j lionnirc oilman, in South. Kncrgv Minis'cr Donnld Mnr- 4 donalcl 'hold the Toronto raid the Islands from the Liber- j himself and the Liberal parly The seat was formerly held for not showing more leader- by Defence .Minister E. J. Ben- ship. "I think if we'd been more (CP) Tho Party will ha in an "infinitely stronger" po- Kickert (fie election, Grace Maclnnis said following her win in Vancouvcr-Kingsway n. who left politics, William K.nsMnn, leader of thr- Com Pnrly of f'an- lo-.t out fn a Liberal in To- ronto Davenport. asserlive we'd have been in beitcr .shape." Mr. Davis said his parly should have campaigned on a I major issue such as wage and dale seat for Ihe Liberals. flarnctt Df.nson, E'ri UK- last N'ortll for I lie Literals, defealini; Con- i scrvaiivo Stephen Homan, mentary secrc-'.ary Minister Trudeau Parliament, held York Mrs. Maclnnis. who has hole) the rifling for the NDP sinco law, (old about 200 supporters lhaf she (nought her parly now v.ould be ahlc (o force moro legislation through. "I Ihink when we've had hal- ance of situations, the party that does [he balancing is in considerable strength. I think we'll be able to force quito a things we wouldn't bo able lo ordinarily do o( given little chance of victory in Winnipeg South Centre, snid mullt-millionairc uranium mag- j any reasonable Conservative iifite. candidate could have triumphed Kaplan, v.iio liarl (lie on Hie nnli-Trudcaii of hif.' election anv canrlirlatc in Iho fien- election, lost his Liberal sent of Toronlo Don Valley to Conservative .lamer. Gillies, a teacher arc! economist. Allan Lawrc.K'p, who up the justice portfolio in Ihe On- tario cabinet In contest North- in (lie Mr. anything clso" voters also were oul' numtwrs. upset (he level of govcrn- scorcd a Lihcral r who had carried the seat by more than votes in the election. said UK; Tnioerm govcnl- ment spending. Osier, who defeated for- Maniloba premier Duff Iloblin to break IG years ol Con- domination in the largo residential riding in he was disappointed hut not surprised by Ihe result. "It's a (irm decision about something it's a gut vote against something. I think it's just a genuine turning away from the govern- ment and its policies." All (old, the Conservatives gained three seals from Ihe Lib- erals in Maniloba, increasing their represenlalion in Ihe province lo seven when counl- We bad a .similar situation with Hie C'CP' years ago find got Ihe first legislation on the stat- ute she said. Mrs. Maclnnis, the only wom- an member of the last Parlia- ment is the daughter of CCF founder J. S. Woodsworth and the widow of six-time CCF- NDP MP Angus JIacInnis. .She attributed the Literal losses to Ihe counlry's desire for "something solid." "They I Ihe Liberals) v.erc uiven lo rhetoric about a lot of flowery things and what people wanl arc houses or jobs or so- cial security or a lot of Ihings they didn't pet. 'I don I think peonle wanted Ihcy ment's policy on bilinfi'ualism i ing slopped (or [lie night and I flowery Ihings, I think "dislurbcd more pcoplo lhan I reducing the Literals to two. i wanted something solid. ;