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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 TH[ IETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, November 13, 1972 Action taken to ban sale of pain killers The Easy Choice. The smooth taste of quality that is unmistakably Seagram's. FIVE STAR CANADIAN RYE WHISKY LIU1TED WATOTDO. ONTARIO. CAXAOA 25oi. Seagram's FIVE STAR Canada's largest-selling rye whisky. Blended ind bolUed by Joseph E. Sejgnm ft Sum Ltd., Waterloo, Ofll. OTTAWA (CP) The federal Food and drug directorate has taken the first step towards banning the sale of pain killers containing both phenacetir. and salicylales Many headache and cold tablets would be affected. In a trade leller to drug mak- ers released today, the directo- rate announced proposed regu- lations to end the wholesale trade in such compounds by May Retail outlets could con- tinue to sell off their existing slocks after that date. Use of combinations of phc- nacetin and aspirin has been blamed for kidney damage and other medical disorders. A re- cent Issue of the Canadian Med- ical Associalion Journal criti- cized use of the combination products and said doctors and the public should be made aware of the dangers. One study reposed in the Journal said one in every 20 persons taking dialysis treat- ment for damaged kidneys is the victim of such combination drugs. Such products had to be taken in numbers for a long time before harm is done. NAMES EXCEDniN In an interview today, P. A. Soucy, special assistant to the director of the drug directorate, said the proposed ban would af- fect "a good number of prod- ucts" still on the market, in- cluding Excedrin. Two years ago, more than 300 over-the- counter products contained the combination. Many manufacturers of popii' lar brands of tablets that pre- viously contained both phenace- tin and aspirin had taken the step on their own already, he said. For example, Frosst removed phenacetin from their headache tablets voluntarily about one year ago, he said. Anacin did Ihe same even ea-lier when the first reports of dangers began. Manufacturers have until Jan. 15 to make representation against the proposed changes. Man fined for parking CALGARY (CP) Arthur Payiie was fined ?458 when he pleaded guilty to 49 parking of- fences which took place over a five month period this year. Fines ranged from to for 47 of the parking tickets, but the Calgary resident was fined and costs for the remaining offences. HATS NOT SHORTS In the days before Bermuda shorts, the most celebrated local item of apparel in the mid-Atlantic colony of Bermuda was a hat made of plaited pal- metto-tree fibres. NATIONAL FARMWAY STORES HEY KIDS! SANTA IS COMING NOVEMBER That's right, kids, Sanla will be your National Farmway Store on Saturday, November 25lh from A.M. to noon and lo NATIONAL Be To See Santa Thii Saturday and Your Free Candy Cane jj Be Sure to Enter the Christmas Gift Draw at National Farmway and You May Win This Beautiful Sanyo Cassette Recorder, Value Draw to be Dee. 16. OU GIFTS FOR MOM SANYO CLOCK RADIO LADY TORCAN Electric Curlers SET OF 16 ELECTRIC TEA KETTLE SAMSON DOMINION ELECTRIC KNIFE 16" GIFTS FOR DAD GIFTS FOR THi KIDS 3 POSITION RECLINER CHAIR 1.95 HAMMOND 8 TRACK STEREO TAPE DECK BLACK AND DECKER CIRCULAR SAW NO. 7301 BLACK AND DECKER HAND SANDER NO. 5709 WALKIE TALKIE SET FISCHER PRICE GARAGE FESCHER PRICE JUMPING JACK SESAME STREET ACTIVITY SET INTERNATIONAL FARM SET by 'ERTLE' MUSIC JEWEL BOX 3305 2nd Ave. North Phone 328-6326 Open Monday thru Saturday p.m. Thursday and Friday till 9 p.m. CONVICTIONS REVERSED A federal court has reversed the convictions of Chicago Seven defendants found guilly of crossing slate lines In conneclion wilh inciting rioting during the 1968 Democratic Nalional Convention in Chicago. Two judges said the constitutional rights of the defendants might hove been violoted by Judge Julius J. Hoffman, lower left. Defendants involved are: top, left to righl: Rennard O. Davis; David Dellinger and Jerry Rubin. Boltom: Thomas Hayden, centre, and Abbie Hoffman, right. vote ivill count this time Tories crack the By RICHARD a "new the Thursday afternoons Herald1 Grart Dcachman of not returning until Tuesday OTTAWA There's going having been a It had wide member- have to be party discipline among the Ontario and never before, says Tom Tom Bell, who keeps MPs, with quick, easy Conservative Whip and MP whip, a real to home.) Saint lash on display in only sanction the gov- "Commons attendance case in his office, will Whip has that is, for he perfect, and I mean five years of time being, denied dial: he goes on experience as Mr. Bell, "is tire in- speaking of the "policeman" into the he may have on the first week of January minister in making cabi- session of tliis new eke, and cabinet secretarial ap- lie smiles, "tliere "With tilings this tight trips. You don't attend who would want to be a er before such a squeaker you don't get to of the Trudeau cabinet every vole will and there are offices somebody Isn't there for it, a gooJ one and wish every last MP is (wing to folks back home will sure it, then to the voting to be on the job full time, hell know and be asking about the Whip? too, there's seating will be an early morning Mr. Bell who hss been Commons you want a late night reports for five of Ms 20 years in don't you? And you'd Bell, "and I'd better be liament is convinced that lie shifted because of on top of it all the time." ing but the closest possible need help: two "depu- il "on everything the forget, also, that ment attempts" this time with the Leader of he's Inviting Steve Papr- satisfy the the final decision, MP for Edmonton Centre NO some influence on help him ride herd on the "The voters gave the within the Conservatives, and ment a stinging rebuke." says Tom Bell, ''best Maclnnis. of Cape Bre- says, "and mil r.ot tolerate there's public Richmond to give him opposition that does not keep think the taxpayers are hand policing the attendance the mood for a the MPs from the Atlantic "So there will be no attitude. I'll be very for if the 'Tuesday to kind of a session does Pairing traditionally has Club' Is in business see coming up? a cozy arrangement whereby he says, "tension MP wanting to sup away on "T-and-T Club" was day and night. Lasting holiday or private practise perhaps spring for a June fixes a "saw-off" with an had of slipping away on the other side of the Commons to abstain from while he Is off the job. "There won't even be any trips on official he goes on, "unless the official Nixon position Is given an equality delegates with the government. "And definitely there'll be no up The thing that junkets from official trips (CP) Up Congress business, such as mountaintop Camp difficult to deal with than ary representation to the in nearby United States' adversaries Nations or the Nixon is working on mile Congress has associations. Junkets, of for reorganizing his to applaud his initiatives are strictly for foreign affairs, it generally fun-and-games in In the capital and been hostile toward his tra- thousands of conservative approach So how does Tom Bell and even domestic and social policies. pose being tough enough to are nervously Nixon would like lo do, pose this sort of discipline word from the suggest, is cut the his his first official act of domestic depart- For one thing, he'll have landslide re-election and give a handful of top easier than the Liberal 7, Nixon called for House aides a greater who, of election necessity, resignation from all the on policy-making. persons he this context there Is (he his first four-year that Nixon might Light sentence in he's deciding which ones to accept, how he will shufA his cabinet and how to cut fat out of the oveweight appoint a sort of czar of domestic affairs, someone with the same talent and competence In home affairs as Kissinger he created. His demonstrated In foreign af- test staff alone is said to number about fiO more than John Con n a 1 1 y, freewheeling former treasury secre- positions approved by from Texas, heads a short BOBIGNY, France (AP) for fiscal of possible candidates for judge handed out conspicuously light sentence Wednesday in city Is full of rumor role should Nixon decide in favor of 11. case that had become a but the only Nixon has authorily point for opponents of France's rigid abortion laws. The district court in which all seem to agree Is that the new lineup will reflect a greater Nixon concern for make ce-tain changes by executive order, any major change would renulre congres- Paris suburb fined Michelc ESL c annroval. Manv in Con- valier, mother of a president's first love who argue that Nixon has girl who underwent an been foreign policy, taken loo much power abortion, 500 francs by his himself are bound to fight suspended It. She had faced lo Peking and a scheme. to five years in prison for his negotiations, through (he Canadian svslcm, curing Ihe Henry Kissinger, members of Parliament The abortionist, Michelc Vietnam Iradillonallv nnmcd lo cnbi- buck, was given a one-year posls, Ihp U.S. prrcid o n t pended scnlcncc. Sho had Is unrealistic, some his rablnol from mil tide up to 10 years. Two women suggest, to expect that rnli-Jing prokf- served as Intermediaries shift his personal economislp, business m o n the ccrond term from other specialists for cnblnpt Two Nobel Prize domestic policy entirely, several eminent men of ccrlainlv will seek to and legislators along with Ihe performance of monc de Dcauvoir, aulhor depart m e n t ABORTIONS The Second Sex, testified In number of legal abortions half of Mrs. this way he may find Norway in 1970 was ;