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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Snlunlgy, September 26, THE LETHBRIDGE HCRAID 9 Million Sw eep To Close Manitoba Centennial Year WINNIPEG mil- lion sweepstake will close out thn Manitoba Centennial year. The slakes in the final cen- tennial sweepstake, a straight- draw affair, will be first prizes of a year for 100 years for 10 ticket-holders. C'enlennial Corporation chairman Maitland Steinkopf said today the sweepstake will also offer 50 prizes of each, 100 prizes of 100 prizes of and 100 prizes of ?20.70' The draw will be held Thurs day, Dec. 31. Tickets will sell for -2.50 each. Ticket-sellers and organiza- tions will receive duplicate cash prizes on all the 3CO win- ning tickets drawn except the JO first prizes, on which they will receive for each winning ticket sold. Earlier, in reporting that the sweepstakes was being consid- FOR RENT Building with Sq. Ft. or Less Located on 3rd Avenue with good parking Feasible for any type of business Write Box 24, Lethbridge Herald ercd, Mr. Sfeinkopf indicated that one method of making a lump-sum payment to winners would be to give the prizes as bonds, which could be sold with Hie purchaser receiv- ing annual interest from the bond. At a press conference today, Mr. Steinkopf said the first prizes would be transferable only once. This meant the win- ner could sell ths at less than face value but the purchaser could not sell it return. The money is tax free. Mr. Steinkopf said that about 350.000 tickets would have to be sold, and tickets from other sweepstakes held this year mil not be included in the final draw'. SPECIAL NAME Little fish are called fry. Southern Alberta Co-operative Association Ltd. and L. M. MARKER, GENERAL MANAGER are pleased to announce the appointment of RICHARD (Dick) JONES AS BRANCH MANAGER OF ITS LETHBRIDGE STORE Dick has been associated with hardware and agricul- tural products marketing in southern Alberta for many years and is well qualified service your needs. Dick extends a hearty welcome to all his many friends and the people of southern Alberta, and extends an invita- tion to drop in at your earliest convenience and discuss the many ways that Dick may serve you. Everybody Is Welcome Al Your Friendly SOUTHERN ALBERTA CO-OP ZAP! IT'S CHECKED-The supermarket has long been a symbol of technological America, in contrast to open stalls of the Old World. Now it looks as if Buck Rogers has invadsd this Los Angeles market where a checker uses a kind of ray gun lo read price of an item and ring it up. Syslem is designed to speed things up at the checkout line and keep a constant invenlory. cUnfair, Stupid' Policy Blasted SASKATOON (CP) Tl leader of the Saskatchewan cj position says unemployment the province could increase b 10 per cent this winter and h blames an "unreasonable, un fail-, heartless and stup'd" fo eral policy cf creating unem ployment to fight inflation. Allan Blakeney told a nom mating meeting the figh against inflation has prove useless because prices and un employment have been allow ed to increase. Th.e New Democratic Part leader said the provincial Lib eral govern ment of Ros Corny Death AMABILLO, Tex. CAP) corn cob ended the life of Skip per, the performing dolphii Thursday at the Tri-State fair An autopsy showed Skipper diec from swallowing the corn cob apparently thrown into the out door tank. The mammal's han dlers said Skipper was worth Thatcher is obligated morally to control prices. "P r o longed unemployment robs people even more ruth- lessly than does he said. Mr. Blakeney, MLA for Re- gina centre, said pensioners and owners of small business- es, not professionals or large businesses, are being hurt. "The government must come to its senses." At the meeting in Saskatoon City Park Hiding, Bev Dyck, a 34 year old high school teacher, was elected to contest the next provincial general elect'oh. He defeated two other candidates. EATS INSECTS The aye-aye, an insect-eater, is an animal about the size of a rabbit. .QM's M3. Royal Tear In tht RockUi Outdoor Nvlni it homi An outlnf tt tht JubllM Auditorium Alberta. You can believe ill Alberta is a thousand and one things to do all in one place. This is the Province in which you can ski, climb mountains, go big game' hunting, man-a-boat, tee-off on the greens, attend the theatre all in one day, at the same center. Sprawling ranches and fashionable suburbs are a way of life in Alberta because of the vast wealth of this magnificent Province. Let's all work to keep our province clean, our countryside beautiful, and our cities free of pollution. where living is a whole lot better. Canadian western natural qas company limilod icuje i Royal Wipter pair Tcronlo It's CN's 18th Annual Maple Leaf Escorted Package Tour, and in- cludes such exciting fea- tures as round trip rail sleeping car transporta- daily pass to the to the Royal Horse Show, conducted tours of Toronto and Niagara Fails, and much more. As low as 1295.00 from Edmonton from Calgary RESERVE NOW! Tour departs November 11 Hi, returns November 19lh. Phone today for full details and reserva- tions. Edmonton 429-8511 Calgary 262-3626. Society Goes Too Far DES MOJNKS Iowa CAP) Society too far when it awards damages to an admitted thief who was wounded by a shotgun trap as he committed bis crime, the Iowa Supreme Court was told here. Lawyer Howard Life said Marvin Katko, 30, got what he deserved July 1C 1909, when he broke into a vacant [arm- house owned by Edward Bri- ney and his wife Bertha. Life represents Hie Briiieys. Katko's lawyer, Gerald F. Heslinga, countered that the Brineys simply used "unreas- onable force" in wiring up a Aid War Vicfims TORONTO (CP) The presi- dent of the Canadian Ued Cross Society announced Thursday the society has donated !o assist the victims of the civil war in Jordan. Jan S. Johnston said the grant was in response to an appeal for aid by the League of Red Cross Societies. shotgun to discharge a lull load of buckshot at Kalko was wounded by the shotgun blast and was awarded in damages in court, forcing the Brini'y.s to auction part of their farm to pay the judgment. But they appealed to the Supreme Court, which :s expected to rule in 30 to 90 days. Katko, a service station at- tendant, admitted breaking into the house. He said he was looking for old fruit jars of value as antiques. AFTER HARVEST MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY Phone early for your at ma H RIDING SYSTEM SERVICE, forsafety and full tire Irfe An offer from Canada's largest brake specialists. BRAKE OVERHAUL Here's what we do: Replace brake linings on all four wheels Arc linings for perfect contact with brake drums Check all 4 wheel cylinders Turn and true brake drums Inspect master cylinder Repack outer wheel bearings on both front wheels Inspect steel brake lines and brake hoses Check brake shoe return springs Add super heavy-duty brake fluid Road test the car 88 36 Excluding Disc Brakes No money down- Charge it! FIRESTONE RIDING SYSTEM SERVICE is the specialized care of your entire riding system to keep your car sale to drive, and get full life from your tiros. STORES A division of FIRESTONE TIRE RUBBER Company of Canada limited CORNER 3rd AVE. AND Blh ST. S. PHONE 327-B548 Open Daily 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. ;