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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Tutiday, Nov.mber 28, 1972 THE LETHMIDOE HIKAIB TRAFFIC WAITS FOR FIGHTING Civilian traffic jams up on the road to the hamlet of Phu Hoa, north cf Saigon, while South Visirramese soldiers, top pholo, pour fire into Norlh Vielr.cmese pcsilions. This scare has become typical in recent weeks as the South Viefnamcse sovernmsnl tries to extend iis territorial control before a Vietnamese cease- fire. The safe icas empty LAS VEGAS. Ncv. (API A mystery siic replied lo have been bidden by t'-.e Inle Flamingo Hotel jamin En.esy Sic sal, opened Monday. It VT.S empty. "There was no rot even a paper a ho- tel spokesman. "V.e not surprised." The safe W3j opened bchir.d closed doors at the Las Strip nctel-casir.o after more than four hours of drilling. A locksmith used np more then a dozen drill hils Ibo. jr'i. The safe hr.il ris- covered last v, cek a trap door in sn office that housed the reported under- world figure's executive sirh. Present when Ihe sr.fe opened, alonft with hclcl se- curity employees, were repre- sentatives cf the Clark County sheriff's Ihe in- ternal Hcvcrjni' Service and Hie Nevada Gaminy Control Board. Sicgel founded li-.e Fla- mingo, cf Ihe first resorts on the Strip in 1046. A year later he was killed at his Beverly Hills, Ca- lif., home. A shows a toy thst fjiy complaints about ad- vertising should sent to the "v Advertising Standards Council, racing car held m the har.d of j 0[ rhe announcer. There aiu no L'iuimicks, no cxciieaisst. It ho-.v 'v: c o m- I mcreials aim.d at children can be jazzed up with loud music, sound effects ar.d ex- aprjeratcd camera angles. I board. VIOLATIONS III Ihe last two years, the council has dealt with complaints and has sustained as violations of advertising The announcer closes by sav- in; Ihis cf sales P'lch rulsrl out hy the ssI.'-TOlicins resulalioji? cf the Canc'r'isn Advertising Ad- visrry Board renrc- sciitin.c; rll sectors o[ the adver- tir.in.r; induslry. Awpre that the Canadian con- sumer is becoming more prc- cc-olive in his examinr.t'on of I'M is lo malic I'l cede followed bv the hoard, says R. B. Collett, council sec- retary. "In every case it has acted, generally through co-operation of the media, to amend, remove or lo refuse circulation to every advertisement ruled unaccep- table end lias succeeded in all but a very few instances." Tr.E CAAB has been most suc- ccrsful in cf mislerding price and false claim ads. It in- .iiJjinr; 10 maiie hiion before the pub-1 lo Pf t'cmands nhcrnative cf I strict government legislation. j The low-key CAAB anli-com- mcrc'al was given an advance showing at an international seminar on advertising self- regulation in Toronto last week. The announcer tells viewers CABINET LINEUP OTTAWA fCi' i federal i Jchn Munro. 41, Hamilton cabinet Mcr.day j En-Sf, lo labor from health and Rime welfare. NEW I Gerard Pellclier, S3, Moalreal Warren Alhnruiil. 40 Mon- j to communicaticns EO- I from secretary of state, licitor-general. J a in c s A. Richardson, 53, Winnipeg South, lo defence from simply and services. H u g li I1' a u 1 k n c r. M, Peterborough, sccivtr.ry cf state. Stanley Ilaidus Parkda'c. iiiinMi Marc L.'ilr.nr'c. Outremonl' healih and welfare. Dan S-l, Cardi- gan, veterars affairs. Andre Oui'llot, Jtalrcal- Papineau. Jeanne Sa'.ivc, Montrcnl- AhiuiUsic. ol for sc'cncc and Eugene WhcLui, K, Essex' apricullurc. SJTIFTS IN7 I'Dliri IM.U1 nobert Andrr.s, -ifl, 1'orl Ar- thur, lo maupov.-cr and ininii- gralion from consumer and cor- porate affairs. Alnslair fiilLspip, 50. To- ronlo-Elohicobc, lo induslry, trade and from mili- isler of slate fnr science and technology. .lean-Pierre. Cnyci-, ?.lnn- Ircal-nollard, In and services from solirilm'-ceiiuriil. Herb Gray, -II, Wind-or West, to oonsunicr and corporal! (airs from nalional revoiii llonald Burgco, (o regional expansion from transport. ,lcnn Marchand. clicr, lo (ruin economic cxpan..i.ni. Robert Stanbury, 43, York- Scarborough, lo national reve- nue from communications. UM'IIAN'GICD Pierre Trudcau, 53, Monlrcal- Mount Royal, prime nunisler. Ulilchcll Sharp, ill, Toronto- Ej'linlon- cxlcrnal affairs. John Turner, 43, OKawa-Car- Iclon, finance. Allan MrcEachl'i, SI, C'r.ir Breton Ilighlands-C'anso, pvcsi- dcnt of Ihe council. Charles M. Dniry, CO, Ircal-Wr.si.mounl, president the treasury board. Hie field of advertising tasle, emphasizing rt. r.i? scm? Lime the of achieving IKl-pciv-csnt acceptability be- cause of differences in subjec- tive opinion The industry has .succeeded in killing a lingerie ad showing a hands around the bare waist cf a woman. And Silva Gelber, director of Ihs woman's bureau, federal la- bor department, recently wrolc about a newspaper advertise- ment showing a female figure "brassiered in newspaper clip- pings" and proclaiming 'Jput your product'in newspaper." York TiinpK Service IIOXG KOXC, A milestone in bnlwecn the world's Iwo larpe.il lingnislic groups, HIB Chinesc-spcakinE and peonies, i ,llc Jean Chretien, M, SI. Mau- rice, Indian Affairs North- ern Dcvelopmcnl. Donald S. Macdnnald, -in, Tor- ot o[ a Chinese-English diclionary of modem usage by ilf s s. e n c r g y Sen. Paul Mnrlin, fill, govern- nv. nl loader in Ihe Se'ialc. Jack Davis, nil, Caoilano, en- .Ic.'ij) ICndr.s Dulw, Hc-sti- nouclie. public works. Kon llasford, .10. Vancouver Cn'lro, minister of stale for ur- llurin- i affairs. Otto '10, lliimholdl, justice: minislcr and rillornry-niMieral, wilh resiionsi- for lh.> Dr. Lin Yulang, Ihe author, scholar, educator nnd hunianisl. The dictionary's grcalcsl in- novalion is Ihe emphasis and space given to polysyllabic Chinese words, formed by hvo or more characters, inslead of Ihe sir.gle monosyllabic Chinese ch.irar'uTS. Anol'lier importanl inniiviilioii is Ihe adoption of n iicu" system to indicate tone, which eliminates the use of di- acritical marks Sponsored by Ihe Chinese Uni- versity of Hong Kong, this llllO-page volume is the first major Chincsc-Knglisli diction- ary since Ihe standard work ol the missionary li. 11. MalhcM'S I published in est cities holding conference TOKYO (Rcutcr) Five or the world's greatest cities opened a unique conference on urban problems today w'lh a warning Uiat deteriorating cities are blighting the exis- tence and destroying Ihe health of tens of millions of people. Toky Governor Yoliichi Min- obe, the conference host, said: "The world's mammoth cities have played an important in national, political, economic and cultural development. "But technology, which in the past aided urban progress, has today advanced to where It has become the cause of urban dis- ruption, blighting the existence of tens of millions of people. Modern civilization, in creating large cities, has created a host of attendant problems." It is these problems Uie lead- ers of London, Moscow, New York, Paris and Tokyo will dis- cuss and hope to find some so- lutions during the next three days. Each city will present a re- port on its biggest headaches and successes before detailed discussions begin in the major problem short- age, garbage and sewage dis- posal, air and water pollution, water supply, traffic congestion, overburdened commuter trans- port systems and facilities for the elderly. In his opening address, Min- obe, nn economist-turned-politi- dan, spoke of some of the prob- lems created by modern civ- ilization in its search for tech- nological advancement. Automobiles arc choking and polluting cities, plastics pose a disposal problem that even- tually may inundate cities "in a sea of plastic waste" and the concentration of factories de- stroys the environment, he noted. 'If the situation is allowed lo continue, cities will cease to be symbols of national achieve- ment and instead become sym- bols of retrogression and in- efficiency. They will destroy the health of urban residents and produce a situation so bad that it will carry into the neit gener- ation." New York's Mayor John Lind- say said whiles have major American cities for the suburbs, and have been replaced by poor blacks and Puerto Weans or other minority groups. 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