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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Mileage fixing illegal VICTORIA -Jointac- tion to prevent tampering with automobile odometers in the used car business was promised Wednesday by federal Consumer Affairs Minister Herb Gray and his provincial Phyllis Young. The problem of turning mileage back on cars to boost their resale value was one of several topics discussed by the two ministers in a wide- ranging meeting. Ms. Young was given the new consumer services portfolio last month and is still organizing the department. Mr. Gray told reporters after the meeting that a federal law that will take effect early next year makes tampering with an odometer illegal. He said he suggested to Ms. Young that the provin- cial Motor Vehicles branch Co-operate in policing and en- forcing the statute. Whenever ownership of a vehicle is he said the branch should record the mileage showing on its odometer. a prospective buyer could check with the MVB to see if it had been changed. The federal food prices review board was also dis- and Ms. Young said the federal minister promised further investigation of rising food prices. realize there is a worldwide food she but added that there is a widespread public suspi- cion that sectors of the food industry are taking advantage of the situation and reaping large profits. LITTLE CULTIVATED It has been estimated that only 21 per cent of the earth's land surface is cultivatable and that only two-fifths of this has so far been cultivated. December 1973 THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD 25 Lottery tickets on sale OTTAWA Flanked by four jogging Canada's first Olympic lottery ticket was sold to Treasury Board President C. M. Drury Wednesday. The ticket was transported to Parliament Hill by a chauffeur-driven limousine and encased in a gold box. The ceremony officially opened the Olympic lottery expected to raise million for the 1976 Montreal Games. me said Mr. Drury as he handed over his to a representative of the Montreal Olympic committee and accepted the ticket from Ottawa track star Glenda Reiser. Miss Reiser broke into international prominence Keep Christ in Christmas Interted by Knights of Columbus when she eclipsed the world record for the women's metres at the 1972 Munich Olympics in a qualifying heat. She did not place in the final heat. Mr. Drury turned over his number to a Mon- treal chapter of the United Appeal. The tickets will return a top prize of a tax-free million in the first draw scheduled for April 1974. Six draws are expected before the 1976 Games. Only 2.5 million tickets will be sold for each draw with a possible persons winn- ing cash prizes of million to depending on the com- bination of numbers. The top 10 cash prizes will range from million first prize to The Olympic committee ex- pects that one of every 100 tickets purchased will produce a winner. All except Mani- Saskatchewan and British are par- ticipating in the lottery. Par- ticipating provinces will receive 50 cents for every ticket sold. That money is to go to the promotion of ama- teur sports. Tickets are available imme- diately at all chartered some credit unions and a num- ber of caisses populaires and caisses d'economic. At the same time as Mr. Drury was purchasing his ticket on behalf of the federal the premiers of six provinces also were buying tickets. Ontario Premier William Davis received the second official ticket sold in Premier Robert Bourassa of Quebec the Alberta Premier Peter Lougheed the Newfoundland Premier Frank Moores the New Brunswick Premier Richard Hatfield the and Premier Alex Campbell of Prince Edward Island the seventh. F BENEFIT SALE CARS ON DISPLAY LICENSED and READY TO GO... DRIVE THE BEST THE REST IS Gremlin MATADOR 74 The American Motors Buyer Protection Plan. Means if anything goes wrong with your car U L L and It's our we'll fix It for IILLW 12 months or miles Dinm WITH YOUR NEW 2-STUDDED WINTER TIRES CAR YOU'LL RECEIVE BLOCK HEATER 1973 PRICES IN EFFECT ON ALL 74's PRICES WILL AUTOMATICALLY BE GOING UP JANUARY 1st... SO HURRY NOWI 1-Javelin 1.Matador 1.Ambassador Demowagon United Motors Co. Ltd. Networks lay down new ad rules By JAMES NELSON OTTAWA The private television networks Rave laid down new ground rules on double-barrelled TV and the adver- tising of women's sanitary napkins. It is the second set of volun- tary guidelines issued by the Telecaster an association of four networks and nine private stations. The issued last tried to reduce the clutter in TV advertising by declaring there should not be more than two commercials in any 30-second program break. Now the which includes CTV Television Network and Global Televi- sion the latter going on the air in has rul- ed that a multiproduct 30- second advertisement must be fully so that it doesn't appear to the viewer as two commercials being played back-to-back. The guideline is the committee to pre- vent proliferation of unrelated and unintegrated announcements totally integrated com- mercial will be one in which all executional elements mood are used throughout so that the commercial could only be perceived by the viewer as a single selling The committee said that a 30-second advertisement sell- ing more than one product which could be split into two or more separate commer- cials will not be considered integrated. SPLIT COMMERCIALS Thirty-second commercials that are split into two 15- second or into 10- and 20-second any multiproduct commercial which can be perceived by the viewer as more than one com- mercial because it does not meet the above criteria will Tire warning OTTAWA Mixing different types and sizes of tires on automobiles can make vehicles dangerously un- the transport depart- ment announced here. The department said in a news release that its road safety branch also warns against operating cars with tires at incorrect pressures and inadequate tread depth. be unacceptable for broad- the committee said. It also said that commer- cials of less than 60 seconds which are for a contest or premium promotion using brand merchandise as prizes shall not use more than 20 per cent of the time to advertise the product of a company other than the one offering the prize. The Telecaster Com- mittee's ruling on feminine napkins was based on sensitive and personal of the product. Commercials should not employ any graphic details or emphasize superiority or specifics on ing said. Such advertisements should be limited to week-day women's day-time programs during school and after 9 p.m. During the summer from June to Labor such advertisements should be carried only after 9 p.m. The Easy Choice. The smooth taste of quality that is unmistakably Seagram's. Seagram's FIVE STAR Canada's largest-selling rye whisky. Blended and bottled by Joseph E. Seagram Ont. OPEN SUNDAY 1-5 P.M. REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED GOOD SELECTION LOW DOWN PAYMENTS- LOW MONTHLY ALL HOMES C.S.A. AND CMHTTA CERTIFIED EXPEDIENT FINANCING TRADES ACCEPTED ITED MOBILE HOM Corner 3rd Ave. 3rd St. S. SALE ENDS DEC. 24th Phone 327-2805 Corner of 3rd Ave. and Scenic Drive Across from A. A W A Co. of United Motors Co. Phone 327-1780 327-0822 ;