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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Nader wants products banned WASHINGTON. (AP) Ralph Nader has asked the govern- ment to place more stringent controls on products containing hexachtorcpteno, including many deodorants, soaps and creaniG, because he says the chemical has caused brain dam- age in animals. Nader wants such products removed from the open market and made prescription items. The ccnsumer advocate made the request Sunday along with Dr. Sidney Wolfe in a letter to Dr. Charles C. Edwards, com- missioner of the Food and Drag Administration. Wolfe is a Washington internist who has worked with Nader in the past. Th.2 letter also asked that Congress pass laws to control the use of hcxachloropliene and similar substances, that the FDA undertake an extensive program to determine the ef- fects of the chemical on humans and that products containing the chemical carry a printed warn- ing about its "toxic nature." Liquid cleaning solutions taining the chemical are re- ported to have put children into seizures when the solution was used to treat burns, the letter said. Nader and Wolfe said two in- dependent studies have con- cluded rats showed evidence of brain damage after the animals were fed with food containing hexachlorophene. CLEANUP PAYS OFF HONOLULU (AP) More IJian volunteers partici- pated in a nine-day cleanup drive that ended during the weekend at Honolulu teaches and other Osliu Island locations, officials said. .___________._______PAGI 7 U.S. holiday toll CHICAGO (AP) Traffic ac- cidents on U.S. highways claimed the lives of 581 persons during the four-day Thanksgiv- ing holiday weekend. BOOKS OF FAMOUS PLAYERS For Your Convenience On Sale at the Following Locations ALL THEATRE BOX OFFICES PARAMOUNT THEATRE OFFICE A.M. TO P.M. EATON'S-MAIN OFFICE 2nd FLOOR TORONTO-DOMINION BANK COLLEGE MALL Alberta drivers lake course EDMONTON (CP) About Alberta drivers have ta- ken the Alberta Safety Council defensive driving course this year, the council announced hsre. Only liad taken the course in the four years prior to 1971. Graduates of the course are having fewer accidents, Roger F. Jobson, council president, said in an interview. Freeze prices PALERMO, Sicily (AP) AH food prices in Palermo were frozen Monday by order of Pre- fect Franco Puglisi to halt sky- rocketing costs blamed in part on Mafia control of the street markets. Tire Mafia has been blamed for taking over the street stand concessions and the wholesale fruit distribution, boosting prices. Hair Care by the EXPERTS FREDA WALTON'S House of Beauty FOR YOUR HOLIDAY PERM, COLOR or HAIR STYLE PHONE 328-4141 TAMBLYN DRUGSTORES College Shopping Mall Mayor Magrath Drive Phone 328-3111 FEEL IT HEAL GREASELESS NOXZEMA SKIN CREAM lO-oi. Jor. Mfg. Sugg. List 1.99 TRUE SAVINGS! 1 .33 QUICK COUGH RELIEF BENYLIN COUGH SYRUP 8-oz. bottle. Mfg. Sugg. List 2.05 TRUE SAVING! 96 RAYEX-PRETTY LITE LIGHTED MAKE-UP MIRROR Mfg. Sugg. List 12.95. TRUE SAVING PASCALLS WHITE HEATHER CHOCOLATES ond CARMELS 2-lb. bag Mfg. Sugg. JJ Lilt 1.99. TRUE SAVINGS! 1 CARLTON BONANZA BOX 50 CHRISTMAS CARDS AND ENVELOPES .88 EACH 1 SHOP TAMBLYNS FOR THE IDEAL GIFT! A Most Personal Deodorant! F. D. S. FEMININE DEODORANT 414-oz. cont. Mfg. Sugg. Lilt 1.89 TRUE SAVING 1.34 MAALOX SUSPENSION SUN GLOW COOL SPRAY VAPORIZER HUMIDIFIER MODEL 444T INCREASES HUMIDITY FASTER SHOP TAMBLYNS FOR THE IDEAL GIFT PRICES EFFECTIVE UNTIL CLOSING SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4th ;