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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Ineffective drug products listed WASHINGTON (AP) The U.S. government has released what it says is the most com- plete list of ineffective drug products ever compiled. The Food and Drug Adminis- tration said Friday some of the 359 prescription and non-pre- scription products were earlier declared to have little or no value in improving health. Oth- ers are already off the market. But the agency said it decided government purchasing agen- cies needed a more up-to-date guide. Among the prescription items on the list are Aureomycin loz- enges, Neo-Cortef nasal sprays, various tablets containing rau- wolfia, an anti-high blood pres- sure compound, and Terramy- cin in some forms. Non-prescription products in- clude Colgate dental cream with G a r d o 1, Pepsodent antiseptic mouthxvash, Curad Medicated bandages and Amm-I-Dent toothpaste and tooth powder. The toothpastes listed did no stop ooth decay, the FDA said The FDA said some of tin drugs are simply ineffective in what their makers say they can do. Others, the agency said, are combinations of drugs which are no more effective than their component ingredients are when used separately. The list is a product of study done by a National Acad- emy of Sciences board and FDA doctors who studied differ- ent preparations approved for sale before 1962, when manufac- turers were required to begin proving their products weie effective as well as safe. CRIPPLING DISEASE About 60 million persons in ;he world are threatened by yaws, a crippling disease. For a happier holiday- see HFC No matter how carefully you budget, the holi- days generally cost more than you planned. If some extra cash will mean a happier holi- day for your family, see us right now. We can provide the help you need... and you can repay us conveniently later. Our 92 years of trustworthy money service are your assur- ance that you can borrow with confidence from Household Finance. Apply for your loan by phone. We'll supply your loan by mail. AMOUNT Or 60 PAY 1 31 asnths 5 11 2S !1 metis 100 300 550 1GOO 16QD 2500 18.35 32.86 28.37 51.24 91.56 123.46 151.17 4000 HOUSEHOLD FINANCE LETHBRIDGE 8Q6-4th Avenue South-Telephone 327-1511 (two doors well of Ask about our ivening hows Monday, November 30, THE IETHBRIDGE HERAI Qiina warns super powers would be totally buried HONG KONG (Renter) China has warned that the United Slates and the Soviet Union would be "completely buried" by the people of the World. The warning was contained in a joint message by Chairman Mao Tse-tunp, Vice-Chairman Lin Piao and Premier Chou En- Lai, marking the 26th anniver- sary of the liberation of Al- bania. The message, broadcast by the New China news agency, said the revolutionary situation now "is excellent throughout the world: A new upsurge in the struggle against U.S. imperial- ism is emerging. It added: "The two super powers are revealing ever more clearly their ugly features of colluding and contending with each other in a vain attempt to divide the world." "Let two parties and peoples of China and Albania- unite still more closely with Uie Marxist-Leninists and revolu- tionary people of the whole world, and fight together to de- feat the U.S. aggressors and all their running the mes- sage added. Police aim for acci prevention EDMONTON (CP) Police actions in traffic enforcement are aimc'd at only one goal accident prevention. In making the statement, W. J. Hunter, RCMP traffic offi- cer for Alberta, said that to supplement patrols during the coming festive season, RCMP officers will hand out compli- mentary Canada Safety Coun- cil blood alcohol charts. "We would prefer if those who drink would practice self- discipline and s i m p 1 y rot he said. ROYAL GUNNER Prlnca Charles of Great Britain, right, looks through sights of missile launcher as he inspects cockpit of a British Army scout helicopter. The prince was accompanied by an unidentified flying offi cer during his visit to the British Army Av- iation Center at Middle Wallop, England. 'Will somebody call -they did LOS ANGELES (AP) "I'm so lonely I could said the letter to the editor. "My phone never rings. I'm the only one on earth. How else can I feel. All alone, see no one. Hear no one. Oh, dear God, help me. "Will somebody call The letter, containing a bill and six stamps for any- body who would call or mite, was signed Jean Rosenstein. The Los Angeles Times printed the letter U.S. Thanks- giving morning, adding that Mrs. Hosenstein is an 84- year-old widow and retired nurse living alone in a tiny apartment on a month. Mrs. Rosenstein received so many calls Thanksgiving Day Thursday she finally had to take the uhone off the hook. Genes fusion may be clue to complex life fown SIGNS FRIENDSHIP PACT WARSAW (Renter) France and Poland pledged themselves ay night to develop co-oper- ation in politics, trade, culture, cience and technology. They id so in a declaration of friend- hip and co-operation signed by ernier Josef Cyranckiewicz of 'olahd and his French counter- art, Jacques Chaban-Delmas, we on a two-day visit. BERKELEY, Calif. (AP) Three scientists studying the chemistry of heredity report they have joined two genes to- gether in a process that could provide a clue about the evolu- tion of complex life forms. John Roth, assistant professor of molecular biology at the Uni- versity of California, said the results tend to support a theory that the fusion or joining of sep- arate genes is an important mechanism for developing com- plex proteins. Such proteins are the basis of complex life forms. "It's possible that many com- plex proteins found in organ- isms today may be pi'oduced by genes that are the product of such a fusion he said in an interview. The experiment by Roth and Joseph Yourno and Tadahiko Kolino, biochemists at Brookha- ven National Laboratory in Upton, N.Y., was published today in Nature, an interna- tional scientific journal. The scientists joined the two genes inside a common type of bacteria called salmonella, a one-celled orgar'.sm that causes certain types of food poisoning in humans. APPLE A DAY ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller has or- dered that at least an apple a day be given to residents of in- stitutions operated by the state departments of social services and mental hygiene. "If every- one would eat an apple a day all would be better Rockefel- ler said. New York state is a major producer of apples. Oil discovered at Leduo! When lhai crazy cast of characters from the Lethbridge label go to work on Alberta's history, anything pan happen. Well, almost anything. They'll never change the great traditional flavour of Alberta's great traditional beer: Leihbridge Pilsner. Here's real beer taste that's part of our pioneering past, A staunch favourite for nearly half-a-hundred years. So next time call for Lethbridge Pi' Enjoy your own Great Moments vHi Alberta's original Pilsner. BEER momtm YOU CAN TASTE rnon mt HOUSE OF IETHBBIDG! When you're in ttas Jf I] market for a 'small cdr it pays to Jo a little figuring Tote our Toyota Cgrolla for exa It fins a rugged 73 engine, mph. has a top speed of 9) mph up to 40 miles per gallon. That udds up to performance And we ftoven't finished the nu clining bucket seals, 2 speed V 3-speed heo4er, 3-point -safety belts, a 4-speted all synchromesh iple transmission and 10 other extras at no extra cost. ruises at 78 You get it all for il889 ind delivers So you don't be a math maior to figure the beautiful sense the Corolfa makes Rugged, sparkling performance plus, luxury hbers garfle plus sdfety plus economy equals the Toyota .Corolla. f he CoroHa room for 4 LETHBRIDGE: 613 4Hi Ave. South-Telephone 328-4214 TOYOTA COROLLA i H rh.p f Q (j I ;-f I t Toyota rors are sold and serviced from to coost in Canada and throughout the world. LETHBRIDGE TOYOTA TRAVEL CENTRE Box 1202 Highway 327-J16S, 12A3711 TABER KENWAY TOYOTA Box 1088 323-3434 CARDSTON WOLFF SON TOYOTA Box 760 653-3252 ;