Henry Besser Du Page druggist
Mrs. the Du Page Druggists Rap Monopolies And Controls The DuPage druggists were guests at the home of P. N. Martell, Hinsdale druggist, last Wednesday Wednesday evening, November 22. ten point program was presented by H. A. Besser of Downers Grove, president of the Illinois Pharmaceutical Association. BESSER stressed less bureaucratic bureaucratic controls from Washington on prescriptions and other drug services, and also the need of pharmacy legislation to better protect the public health. L. W. Oswald, secretary of DuPage Association, and delegate delegate to the N. A. R. D. convention held in New York, reported that the two most important maters taken up were keeping the Fair Trade laws and preventing further monopoly by defending the Robinson-Patman Act against nullification by Senate Bill 1008. MR. OSWALD commended Senator Paul H. Douglas and Vice president Barkley, for fighting fighting for independent retailers and for their success in tabling a freight basing measure. Joseph J. Shine, editor of the Central States Pharmaceutical Journal, was also present in discussion.