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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 14, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta 30 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Tuetday, January 14, 1975 WHERE YOUR DOLLAR BUYS MORE OF WHAT YOU'RE SHOPPING FOR DRUG AND HEALTH NEEDS CREST TOOTHPASTE K TEL RECORDS 50ml. S.R.P.85 2 for 1 DI-GEL Lemon, Orange 12 oz. S.R.P. 2.15.......... 1.39 IRACK TAPE 80 MINUTES S.R.P.3.91 FORMULA 44 COUGH SYRUP Soi. S.R.P. 2.39..................... 1.69 24s S.R.P. .98 FEEN-A-LAX 66C DEEPSTRENGTH ARTHRITIC RUB S.R.P. 2.19.......................... 1.49 LISTERINE Antiseptic 12 07. S.R.P. 1.54 99' KOTEX SANITARY NAPKINS Regular, Super 48s S.R.P. 4.99 to 5.99------ 1.98 HOT POT S.R.P. 9.49 7.1 OLIVIA OLD FASHIONED TUMBLERS 10% 01. S.R.P. 1.99 pkg of 3 1.29 OLIVIA TUMBLERS oz.pkg.of 3. S.R.P. 1.99....................... 1.29 PHI LI PS STEAM N DRY IRON RIQHT GUARD 1.09 Anti-Pospiront 6 01. S.R.P. 2.19 PROMANI LOTION 12V, oz.S.R.P. 1.89 .....................89C CLAIROL HERBAL ESSENCE SHAMPOO 12 oz. tlfi Oily. S.R.P. 2.41...... I .29 SECOND DEBUT CEF 1200 3.99 NICE N EASY HAIR COLOR S.R.P.2.95 1.69 16 3-C 60s S.R.P.2.95 TRI-PACK CASSETTE TAPES 2.39 IIOYD5 POCKET CAICIIATOR S.R.P. 39.95 Adopter for ft JC Calculator......O.73 VASELINE INTENSIVE CARE HERBAL LOTION oft 14oi. S.R.P. 2.19..................... I 270s S.R.P. 1.83 QTIPS 1.19 Newbo 30s PAMPERS 1.88 Daytime 15s PAMPERS 1.29 PAMPERS 2.79 ANSODENT COLGATE DENTAL CREME Regular 100 mi. -_ _ S.R.P.1.49............................88' COLGATE 100 MOUTHWASH Rod 17 01. __ PYCOPAY SOFTEXTOOTHBRUSH 69< DENTU CREME .4.291. S.R.P. 1.12 SUNDRIES ALBERTO BALSAM CONDITIONER 16 oj. S.R.P. 2.49..................... 1.49 TAME CREME RINSE Reg. 16 oz. Body, Body and Balsam p A S.R.P.2.59.......................... 1.59 S.R.P. 2.95. CLAIROL BALSAM HAIR COLOR 1.69 ALUMINUM SHOVEL f 2.66 4 S.R.P. 3.69 COUNSELLOR BATHROOM SCALE Gold I S.R.P. 9.98..........................O.7 7 S.R.P. 1.09.. DIET SCALE 89< H100 S.R.P. 8.45 HEALTHMATE VAPORIZER 5.95 H 150 S.R.P. 8.95 HEALTHMATE VAPORIZER 6.95 A.R.P. MATCHES ALBERTO BALSAM SHAMPOO IS.Soi. Reg. Dry. Oily S.R.P. 2.79............... 1.79 S.R.P. 95'. GIGANTIC LETTER PAD 69' S.R.P. 75'... GIGANTIC NOTE PAD 55< WRITE BROS. STICK PEN Red. Blue. Block. VITAMINS 23 gm. S.R.P. 1.39 NUVOLA DRY SHAMPOO 95- ARRID S Extra Dry Reg. Unscenl. PI light Pwd. light Powde Unsconted S.R.P. 2.19 14oz. 1 29 WHEAT GERM OIL 8 HONEY SHAMPOO 16oz. 1 1 A S.R.P.1.98.......................... 1.19 YUCCA DEW SHAMPOO 7.9oi. Normal, Dry, Oily S.R.P. ADORN HAIR SPRAY 130z. Red, Blue S.R.P. 3.29........................ 1.89 WHEAT GERM OIL S HONEY HAIR SPRAY 16 o'i. S.R.P.2.79.......................... 1.59 FLINTSTONES VITAMINS ithlronJOOs AA S.R.P. 5.19..........................4.27 HIGHLIT TUNA SoUWhlcllbitiK S.R.P. 90- 7 01. Regular 100s S.R.P. 3.99 ONE-A-DAY VITAMINS _ _ 2.77 ONE-A-DAY VITAMINS with iron 100s CHOCKS VITAMINS Regular 100s 'S.R.P.4.59..........................3.39 with Iron I OOs S.R.P. 5.09 CHOCKS VITAMINS 3.79 FLINTSTONES VITAMINS Regular 100s S.R.P. 4.79 BOYD'S PHARMACY 1644 Mayor Magrath Drive, Lethbridge 328-3760 LAKEVIEW DRUG 1017- Mayor Magrath Drive, Lethbridge 328-5509 CARDSTON PHARMACY P.O. Box 730, Cardtton 653-3042 NORMAN'S PHARMACY 195 Deer Park Avenue, Kimberley 427-4544 STUBBSPHARMACY 1506 9 Avenue South, Lethbridge 328-5512 WESTMINSTER DRUGS 425 -13 Street North, Lethbridge 328-7833 HIGA'S PHARMACY Pineher Creek 627-3195 ODDIE'S CENTRAL DRUG Taber 223-2245 RIVERSIDE PHARMACY Drumheller, Alberta 823-3784 ULTRA BAN SCENT Unsc. Pwd.Pwd. Unsc. 9 oz. S.R.P. 2.15 WHEAT GERM OIL HONEY CONDITIONER 16 01. _ S.R.P. 1.98.................. 1.19 Arsenic inquiry urged OTTAWA (CP) A public inquiry or parliamentary committee should investigate the possible link between arsenic contamination and the health of residents in Yellowknife, Progressive Conservative health critic Paul Yewchuk says. Moreover, said the member for the Northern Alberta riding of Athabasca, the federal government is guilty of inaction in not following up a report on arsenic con- tamination with detailed studies. His remarks were in a news release on a federal health de- partment report, apparently completed in 1969 but not made public until last week, which links disease to arsenic contamination in the air and water around Yellowknife. "The report clearly in- dicates that there may be a link between arsenic pollution and increased instances of dis- eases of the nervous system, the respiratory system, skin and of the blood, including said Mr. Yewchuk, a doctor. He said the report "was simply shelved and covered up" instead of being followed up. Health Minister Marc Lalonde released the report after its contents were made public by CBC radio. However, Mr. Lalonde said the report does not provide solid evidence that arsenic from the town's two gold mines is a health hazard. Mr. Yewchuk said the health minister's claim that the report is purely statistical is "pure fiction." The report contained more than just statistics and "shows much cause for concern." Mr. Yewchuk also said Mr. Lalonde's proposal to begin a health study "suggests that the minister now thinks it is a serious matter, which of course means it was a serious matter five or six years ago when the report was first produced." Mr. Lalonde said there may still be a problem with arsenic pollution in Yellowknife Bay, and that all residents were be- ing advised not to drink from the bay. School arrests Police take youths into custody at Boston's troubled Hyde Park High School, arresting 13 students after fighting broke out between classes. Chicken agency delay proposed OTTAWA (CP) Contending that there are too many unanswered questions about the broiler chicken in- dustry, the food prices review board urged the government Monday to postpone establish- ment of a national chicken marketing agency. The board said the chicken agency's "ability to effect in- creased interprovincial move- ment of broiler products, to ensure effective and adequate industry representation and to reduce the problem of surplus accumulation are doubtful." The board's observations were contained in a 50-page report on the broiler industry, compiled from a study of trends in 1974 and the last nine months of 1973. It said jurisdictional squabbles in the broiler in- dustry could lead to problems similar to those that occurred in the Canadian Egg Marketing Agency. A parliamentary inquiry was called into the egg in- dustry last year after enor- mous amounts of surplus eggs had to be destroyed when they started to spoil. The food prices review board said a chicken marketing agency appears to be necessary, but it was questionable whether the one currently proposed was the best one. One thing the board questions is the record supply of birds in cold storage, despite the fact that consump- tion of poultry products is increasing. Last September, there were 31 million pounds of chicken in cold storage, 83 per cent more than the September average for the previous five years. "The large and growing vol- ume of broiler chickens in storage is an indication that production exceeds demand at the established market prices." Lang is critical of medical stand Playboy girl found dead CHICAGO (AP) Bobbie Arnstein, Playboy publisher Hugh Hefner's executive assistant, was found dead Monday of an apparent drug overdose in a hotel room, police said. Miss Arnstein, 34, recently was convicted on federal charges of conspiring with two men to distribute cocaine. She had been sentenced to 15 years in prison, pending a 90- day psychiatric examination. She returned to work for Hefner while appealing the conviction. OTTAWA (CP) Justice Minister Otto Lang said Mon- day that Dr. Bette Stephen- son, president of the Canadian Medical Association, appears to prefer "a soulless, mindless machine" instead of a justice minister with opinions. He was commenting on a speech by Dr. Stephenson in which she called for Mr. Lang's removal from office for his handling of abortion laws. She said: "In lieu of ex- amining the law for possible revisions, the minister of justice berates the medical profession and has the un- precedented audacity to usurp the privileges of the court by providing his personal inter- pretion of the law." Mr. Lang said Monday in an inter- view that "I a little odd that they object to me in- dicating what the law is." He said this in no way was usurp- ing the courts. And as for allegations that he berated the medical profession, he said he has not done so. His criticisms of hospital abortion committees could not be construed as an attack on the medical profession. The minister said it was also not true that he said economic or social factors should not be considered when deciding on abortions. "I've been very emphatic in emphasizing that, health re- quires a broad definition. What I have said is that the decision should not be made solely in relation to social and economic well-being." As for charges that his per- sonal bias is interfering with the administration of abortion laws, Mr. Lang said that Dr. Stephenson "has not demonstrated this in any way." "I hope everyone has strong opinions on a variety of sub- jects, but she seems to prefer a soulless, mindless machine." Sears CORRECTION On page 24 of Monday, January 13th Lethbridge Herald In the 2nd column under Building Materials the last item should have read as follows METAL WALL TILE Brushed aluminum. Avocado, Cdppertone, Harvest Gold. One pkg. three sq. ft. Reg. 100 ;