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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 IETHBRIDGE HERAID Friday, SO, 'V70 Red Deer lottery okayed KED DEER CCP) The Chamber of Commerce this week received approval from the altornt-j general's depart- ment to conduct a sweepstake based on the 1970- 71 Stanley Cup, professional hockey's top prize, Clarence Campbell, president of the National Hockey League, has opposed use of the Stanley Cup name or the NHL with sweepstakes, saying the matter has been turned over to the league's attorneys. However, the attorney gen- eral's department made no rec- ommendations w h a t the sweepstake should be called. The chamber will use the name Stanley Cup Sweep- stakes and make no reference to the league. Tickets will sell for Before the final game of the Stanley Cup playoffs, there will be a draw of 100 tickets in city council chambers. A second draw will be made of 14 names, each representing a national hockey league team. These 14 will receive 5100 each and the remainder of the orig- inal 100 drawn will receive each. Persons holding tickets on ttw last four teams in contention lot the Stanley Cup, will divide The holder of the ticket on the Stanley Cup champions will receive Those hold- ing a ticket on the runner up will get and will go to the person with the ticket en the team eliminated in the semi finals by the eventual Stanley Cup champions. The bearer of the ticket on the other club qualifying for the semi-finals will receive Motorists told keep repair bills TORONTO (CP! A Toronto lawyer has advised motorists to keep the detailed invoices of au- tomobile services and repairs supplied by service stations. William P. Rogers said such invoices often mean the differ- ence between winning or losing a lawsuit against a manufac- turer ia cases of accidents re- sulting feom manufacturing de- fects. Mr. Hogers gave the advtee during a panel discussion before the motor vehicle and highway safety committee of the Canadian Bar Association's Ontario branch. He said having no record ol repairs can give a manufac- turer an opening to argue that the defect was caused by the garage and not by Mm, Mr. Kogers said up to now "the cases of accidents that are known to have resulted from au- tomobile defects are few and "far between." But it may be that motorists have cot become conditioned to check for mechanical break- downs foltaying accidents, he said. AKVAVIT DRY 1 'I I Serve it straight and icy cold I right out of the sjrcfrigentor-whlii 3 cinapcs, I It is also good in I cockuils, (Fiist distillo3 If His Shop Goes On Strike, Santa Can Always Come Here X, April Showers 12f-She splashes and moves about in bath tub. She loves the tub and you'll love giving her a bath. Comes dressed in a terry robe and diaper. 14" tall. Operates on 2 AA cells. Beginners' Electric Train Set Electric Dime Buggy 12a-Sandy beach or neighbour- hood sidewalk the Dune Buggy is an eye catcher. Rechargable battery drives it up to 7 hours. Forward-reverse gearshift. 31 long.Exlusiveto Simpsons-Sears. 12b-Electric Motorcycle of high-impactplastic-F-N-R-sliift, Electric Hot Foot 12e-The fast styling of this flash car will stop others in their tracks. Dished steering wheel, fifth wheel in back for 'wheelie- stands'. Hot foot feet rests. Forward-Reverse shift. 12d-Electric Poveride CM horn button, wide tires. Gef behind the controls of this steam-type electric locomotive. Durable high-impact plastic bodies. Includes: 4-wheel, steam switcher engine mineral car, oil tanker, flatcar with auto and house trailer, caboose. Power pack with speed control; 10-piece track and uncoupling ramp, layout measures -40 x 19 Teleshop 328-6611 24" Walking Doll Stroll With Her 5-99 m 4 Reg. 12h-She can walk along the little girl. Wash and style her long, stylish hair. 4 styles with party dress or see-thru pant suit Kenner's Easy Curl Styles Your Hair 9-87 12k-Just like Mom's hair- setter, "Works on a 60 watt light bulb. 8 rollers, 10 plastic clips, Roller-Warmer and hair styling book. 4.99 Jointed Teddy Bear A Jr. Playmate Reg. 12m-All plush Teddy to cozy, warm cuddling. 18" tall. Jointed head, arms and legs. So squeezably soft and a real bargain. Chatter-Chatter Telephone Reg. C 12n-Pull it, a voice says 'chatter-chatter'. Dial it a a bell rings. Unbreakable plastic, with wood and plas- tic base. For The Shuttle Train Is Ready To Roll Reg. 12p-Easy to assemble plas- tic parts. More than 4' of thrilling action. Runs on 1 'G cell battery. Push but- ton controls. Mini Motorific Set 12l-Twangy stee! sound but needs no amplifier, 6 steel strings and steel body with Woodgrain finish. Shoulder strap and instruction hook. the coloured jump, ing ants into the pair of pants. Each player has 4 coloured ants. First to got his 4 in wins the came. 12v-Track, turns, cross- overs. The mini race car is fine detail all the way. Uses 2 batteries. Use the race- ometcr to do time trials. t2w-Rcplica of Fabulous Thirties Woody Wagon, Souped tip chrome drag en- gine. Whitewall tires. About 10" long, high. Pick Up Truck 12x-The doors open and close. The Whitewall tires and the eouped up engina make this a hot lookin' machine. Tail gate opens. ;