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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 29, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 28 'HE ItlMBKIUGt ntKALU Muguii Dedication Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson is shown as she expressed her appreciation and that of her family at the dedication ceremonies of the Lyndon B. Johnson Space Centsr at Houston. At right is bust of former president that was unveiled and will be placed in the administration 'build- ing of the Space Center. By JEFF CARRUTHERS Herald Ottawa Bureau OTTAWA As a result of re- quests from various organ- the press and the pub- lic at the federal health department has decided to re- lease more information to the public about cos- medical devices and radiation emitting devices be- lieved to be hazardous. According to a policy an- nouncement expected Health Minister Marc Lalonde has instructed the health pro- tection branch to no longer wait until there is a conviction under the Food and Drugs Act. Effective he has directed that the following information will be made public withdrawal or suspen- sion of cosmetics and devices when con- Barrett playing OTTAWA Premier Dave Barrett of British Colum- bia probably was playing poli- tics last when he an- nounced increased welfare ben- efits for senior Health Minister Marc Lalonde says. __ Mr. Lalonde was commenting in an interview on the proposals of free prescription drugs for persons C5 ar.d older and a low- ering of the to 60 from for recipients of the province's guaranteed minimum monthly income program. of that has to do prob- ably with the forthcoming bye- lections in the Okanagan more than with the real problems of poverty in Canada or in British Mr. Lalonde said. Mr. when he an- nounced his intentions last said the federal health minister was very recep- tive to the proposals. But Mr. Lalonde said he regretted B.C. had not followed the Canada As- sistance Plan which would have benefitted other needy groups such as the handi- capped and single mothers. also deplore the fact that there had been no consultation with us before taking release data tinued sale of such products would be considered to con- stitute a hazard to health. seizures of products after legal charges have been laid or major seizures have been forfeited to the Crown with the consent of the owner. medical devices and radiation emitting devices which have been refused entry into Canada. Radiation emitting devices in- clude color micro- wave ovens and Xpray ma- chines. the information will be made public in the health department's Rx Bulletin for doctors. But in cases in which contin- ued sale of a product would be a hazard to public the information would be released by a departmental statement or a press release. The new policy does not cover the withdrawal of a product by a manufacturer such withdrawal is carried out for economic for labelling or other reasons unre- lated to health Pakistani PoWs to be released NEW DELHI India and striving to heal the wounds of a war that endeu 20 months signed today an agreement permitting the re- lease of about Pakistani prisoners of war. The Pakistanis were taken during the In- dia-Pakistan war fought over the creation of Bangladesh in what had been the eastern wing of Pakistan. Their continued detention by India was the chief stumbling block to a final settlement of the war. The Bangladesh gov- ernment of Prime Minister Mujibur Rahman had threat- ened to try a small group of them on war crimes charges for alleged atrocities during the war and the Pakistani military occupation that preceded it. The text of the agreement to release signed after 11 days of was not Im- mediately released. 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