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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Cabinet n DUBLIN (Router) A Canadian will collect a jackpot in the Irish Sweepstakes even though lie has lost the winning ticket, k was disclosed here Tuesday. The dilemma of the winner, William T. Armstrong, Cl-year-old logger of Badger, Nfld., came to light following the July 1 running of the busy ii Derby on which the sweepstake is based. Armstrong held a winning ticket or. Derby-winning Steel Pulse but he was unable to find it and could not remember the man who sold the ticket to prepara A spokesman for the Irish Hospital's Sweepstakes here confirmed the number of the ticket, one of 15 Jackpot for fa ncrs, was in Armstrong's name. He said if Armstrong can provide proof of identity, ths money will be handed over. "There could be some session because we don't want to pay out twice, but he'll get his money even though he can't produce the the spokesman decision EDMONTON (CP) Aid-Dave Ward failed Monday in his attempts to have city council pass a bylaw making it compulsory to have helmets worn by bicycle riders under 10 years of age. But he won the verbal battle in the debate. Aid. Bill McLean told council he would not wear such a helmet. "I'm talking about people with thin Aid Ward RESTORED SACKVILLE, N.B. (CP) The Chandler House at Fort Lawrence, at the Nova Scotta-New Brunswick border ntar here, is being restored as an ten by Atlantic Restorations Ltd. Built between 1820 and 1830, UM house has hand-hewn beams and rafters, wide boards, hud-stone foundation aid spiral staircase. It will be known as the Major Lawrence Ian and will contain six dining rooms, and be furnished In antiques dating from the pre-1840 era. OF ROAD WELLINGTON, New FALLS TO DEATH LA CHAPELLE EN VEH-COItS, France (AP) Gilles Bonnefant, 22, a hairdresser from St. Maurice, Quc., fell 210 feet to liis dealli in the Alps Tuesday while out for a walk. Bonnefaut slipped from a narrow GATHER MONTREAL (CP) The 31st biennial convention of Army, Navy and Air Force veterans will be held here July 29 to Aug. 4, it was announced Tue.sdfiv-About delegates are expected to CAFI5 JOHANNESBURG, South Africa (AP) The city council has approved the opening of Johannesburg's first sidewalk cafe for a trial period of one Wellington's Wi Tako prison began hitch-hiking, and one motorist gave him a ride for 20 miles. The second and last vehicle he thumbed down was an unmarked police Jamaica (AP) The government has decided to abolish the 3Vz-year-old national lottery, which has been criticized sharply by church leaders in a campaign against (AP) The government has tightened censorship of motion pictures showing violence, especially recent Hong Kong and Taiwan films with sword-fighting scenes, officials PRICES EFFECTIVE TIL CLOSING SATURDAY, JULY 15, 1972 CHIPS TOMATO JUICE ALL VARIETIES HOSTESS oz. pkg LIBBY'S 48 fl. oz. tins PEANUT BUTTER 99 TISSUE Pkg. of 879 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive 'College Mall' 420 6th Street South 'Downtown' 324 Mayor Magrath Drive SWIFT'S EMPIRE BRAND SIDE BACON SLICED, RINDLESS 1 Ib. pkg. 69 SILVERWOOD'S "MEADOW GOLD" ASSORTED FLAVOURS SERVE WITH ICE CREAM COOLING SUMMER DESSERT TREAT URGE SIZE, SWEET ORIGINATED IN ALBERTA FOR ALBERTA FAMILIES STORE HOURS Open Daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thurs. and Fri. 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. ;