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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, July 10, 1971 claims toothpastes stain teeth German flyer may leave in Canada WASHINGTON (AP) Con- sumer advocate Ralph Nader told the Federal Trade Com- mission yesterday that tooth- pastes containing stannous flu- oride stain teeth, and he asked that the public be alerted to this. Nader also asked the com- mission to halt the advertising of another fluoride toothpaste's claim to be a "tooth toughcn- cr." In a letter to FTC Chairman Miles W. Kirkpatrick, Nader said studies in England and by United States public health service scientists have shown that toothpastes with stannous fluoride leave a brown stain on teeth four times as often as toothpaste without stannous fluoride. The top-selling toothpaste in the U.S., Procter and Gamble's Crest, contains slannous fluor- ide. Others identified by Nader were Stripe, Pepsodcnt and Peoples. "Tills danger exists in all stannous fluoride Nader said. "A warning should be given on toothpaste tubes to alert the public to this hazard." In Cincinnati, a Procter and Gamble spokesman said: "The RILEY McCORMICK With the traditions of the West since 1901 suggests dur- ing rodeo season RILEY McCORMICK i for true West Fashions American Bailey Resistol Smithbilt esearch which Mr. Nader I ites does not show that Crest tains teetli. The studies he uotes, which are more than jur years old, refer to stain- ng of debris and other mate- ial on the teeth, which should and normally are, removed in proper brushing." Nader said the Food and )rug Administration already las reported that the "tooth oughencr" claims for Colgate, vhose fluoride is monoflu- are not support- ed by scientific evidence. Nader said the FDA inform- ed the FTC last month that Colgate ads were deceptive, )ut an FDA spokesman said he agency was unable to find any such communication to the FTC. Colgage-Palmolive said: "The effectiveness of Colgate dental cream with MFP is well supported by the many years of clinical testing, which led four years ago to its being granted the only new drug application for a toothpaste under new FDA rules which require proof of efficiency as well as safety." Tony Lama Cowtown Sanders Texas Justin RODEO ACCESSORIES Ties, Belts, Buckles, Purses. WATCH FOR OUR WHOOP-UP DAYS SPECIALS STARTING THURSDAY, JULY 15th VISIT RILEY and McCORMICK WESTERN WEAR AT THE WHOOP-UP DAYS BOOTH, EXHIBITION GROUNDS Bn mro to watch CJOC-TV nightly for Calgary Stam- pede Round-Up. at p.m. brought to you courtesy of Riley ond McCormiclc. RILEY McCORMICK "Serving the West Since 1901" CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-5644 10 Stores in Western Canada, to Serve You Better VICTORIA (CP) The West Gerimn aviator who collected in the centennial Lon- don-lo-Victoria air race said Friday he is seriously consider- ing leaving his share of the money in Canada to keep the German tax people away from it. Asked how much of the prize money he will receive, Joe Blumschein, the 42-y e a r -o 1 d, soft-spoken professional pilot from Heinerzhagen, said: "That depends on how much the tax people take off. "If there is any way file reve- nue people can get hold of it you can be sure they will because they have been hearing about the earnings for several days. "I might want to leave the money in Canada because of that." According to the final results issued Friday, of the total purse Blumschein and his co-pilot Fritz Kohlgruber picked up as first over- all winners and for each of two stages in the six-leg race they won. Timothy Philips, a chicken farmer from Gleanely, Ireland, and co pilot Vyrell Mitchell wer'c second over-all, winning Philips said the Irish tax au- thorites already have their eye on his winnings as he received a telegram which, read: "Congratulations on your win. Looking forward to seeing your super tax returns." It was signed by the revenue commis- sioners. Dr. J. R. Heames of Long Beach, Calif., won the as third over-all as well as an extra for winning one stage. A prize for whining a stage also went to Floyd Car- son, Burlington, Ont., Clay Lacy of Van Nuys, Calif., and Grant Davidson of Toronto. There were also prizes for first place and for second in each of the four classes. Bill Walker of Tetten- hall, England, was first in the single-engine piston class, fol- lowed by Louise S'acchi of Jen- kintown, Pa. Jim Wright of Edmonton won the twin-engine piston class and Robin Blech of Bristol, England, was runner-up. Davidson won the turbo-prop class and Bengt Bengtsson of Calgary was sec- ond. In the jet class, Lacy was first and Carson second. A diversified Sparwood sales and distributing firm dealing in mine and related mechanical and hydraulic equipment REQUIRES A WAREHOUSEMAN Duties will consist of receiving, shipping, invoicing and main- tenance of proper stock control. Successful applicant must be in good health, possess driver's license and be bondablc. Salary negotiable commensurate with education and ex- perience. Only experienced applicants will be considered. Send complete handwritten resume stating education, perience, salary expected with references to A. B. WELLS, Chartered Accountant Box 426, Blairmore, Alberra. Mineral find activity drop forces layoffs ORILLIA. Ont. (CP) Boyles Industries Ltd., a manu- facturer of diamond drill bits and drilling machinery, an- nounced today Uiat 43 employ- ees will be laid off this month because of a decline in activity in the mineral exploration field. John K. Irwin, general man- ager of the company, said in a letter to employees that current economic conditions forced On company to make the layoffs which he termed "regrettable." He said the company also had to close a sales branch in Ed- monton earlier this year and will close one in North Bay. The company, which employs about 300 here, is a sister com- pany of Inspiration Ltd. of North Bay. Both arc subsidiar- ies of Dresser Industries of Dal- las, Tex. ANTIQUE AUCTION COMING TO IETHBRIDCE SEE OUR AD ON PAGE 9 NOMINATIONS ARE INVITED for the annual ALBERTA GOVERNMENT ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS Recognition'is given annually for those Albertans who, during the past year, have achieved outstanding recognition on a national international basis for their accomplishments in (a) a Service or (b) Professional Field, or (c) in a Sports or Recreation Field on an amateur basis. Those nominated must be residents of Alberta, and in sports must be amateurs competing in recognized Canadian competition, as individuals or teams. All nominees must have achieved their recognition during the period September to August Each nominee must have a sponsor and a seconder. All nominations must be in by September Nomination forms will be mailed promptly on receipt of attached coupon or by writing direct to "Achievement Awards Applications, Publicity Bureau, 1618 Centennial Building, Edmonton, PROVINCE OF iALBERTA CLIP AND MAIL THIS COUPON TODAY To: Achievement Awards Applications, Publicity Bureau, '1618 Centennial Building, Hdmonton, Alberta. Please send me necessary nomination forms for the Alberta Government Annual Achievement Awards. SIMPSONS-SEARS Warehouse Sale Held Over until Monday Check Your Flyer in last Wednesda y's Herald for Outstanding Values Write Stag andMr.Toni CLEARANCE 40% OFF All remaining merchandise Stock up now and save 40% an all White Stag and Mr. Ton! Sportswear. Group includes mix 'n match slims shorts, blouses and tank tops in cool fortrel, polyester and terry. Sizes 10-18. Assort- ment of solid colors and tripes, ladies' Sportswear STORE HOURS: Open Daily 9 a.m. to p.m. Wednesday 9 a.m. to p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m.. to 9 p.m. Centre Village. Teleshop 328-6611 ;