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Psychotropic Proclivities of Certain Entities 

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To the editors:

Your quotes of Saint Elizabeth unnamed personnel [City File, July 10] re the alleged psychotropic proclivities of such entities as toothpaste and mouthwash were startling. Your City File columns are among the first Reader regular pieces I peruse. They should be anthologized some day.

Steve Mitchell

DeKalb

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