The Cincinnati Enquirer from Cincinnati, Ohio on October 26, 1991 · Page 6
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The Cincinnati Enquirer from Cincinnati, Ohio · Page 6

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A-6Nation THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER Saturday, October 26, 1991 TC ; J i . . . : . .7 lh ... '.. I . " it, I ( V J V's t h v 1 Empty glasses note Anderson's captive birthday THE ASSOCIATED PRESS WASHINGTON Friends and colleagues of hostage Terry Anderson toasted his upcoming 44th birthday with empty champagne glasses Friday in hopes that it will be his last in captivity. News colleagues and former hostage Robert Polhill placed seven unlit candles on a mock birthday cake to mark the seventh birthday that Anderson, chief Middle East correspondent for The Associated Press, has been held hostage in Lebanon. "Honoring hostages everywhere, we toast journalist Terry Anderson on the occasion of his 44th birthday," said Carmella LaS-pada of No Greater Love, a support group for hostage families. LaSpada said the ceremony in the U.S. Capitol was arranged with Anderson's sister, Peggy Say, in hopes that broadcasts of it would reach Anderson. Anderson was kidnapped March 16, 1985, in Beirut. . . .provide traditional home-cooked Thanksgiving dinners with all the trimmings br the hungry and shelter br the homeless during this Thanksgiving season. $14.70 will feed 10 hungry people $29.40 will feed 20 hungry people $58.80 will feed 40 hungry people $147 will feed 100 hungry people Your gift will help the needy this Thanksgiving and throughout the year. tmmwmmcup and mail with your gift today IVJT C ' want t0 'P Prov'de ffee Thanksgiving dinners lf for the hungry arid shelter for the homeless during the Thanksgiving season and throughout the year. ! Here is my gift of: -7St $14.70 $29.40 $58.80 V $147 Other $ Name I Address CityStateZip Thank you for your Thanksgiving gift. You will receive a receipt for tax purposes. I Estimated cost The Associated PressDiether Endlicher Former hostage Jesse Turner, left, his wife, Badr, second from right, and daughter, Joanne, right, ride with a State Department official Friday after leaving a Wiesbaden, Germany hospital. Idaho welcome awaits former hostage, family Boise were completing final welcoming preparations. "The community is anxious to give a heartfelt welcome home," I CITY GOSPEL MISSION Il'.O. Hox 14"i44:), Dcpl. SIT 24(i!)!t-A Cliinnmill. Oil 4525()-i)!)2r Iicalioti: 1 119 Kim Sired JL. I OUR 67TH YEAR OF SERVICE J said Boise spokesman Brian Whi-tlock. Turner grew up and went to school in Boise, where his mother and stepfather still live. Workers transformed the steps of the Idaho Statehouse into a huge Save 70 on a $339.99 fire WW reception area, where Gov. Cecil D. Andrus and Mayor Dirk THE ASSOCIATED PRESS CHICAGO Jesse Turner, held captive in the Middle East for 4V2 years, returned to American soil with his family on Friday, still striving to maintain privacy in the most public of homecomings. The 44-year-old mathematics professor landed at O'Hare International Airport with his Lebanese-born wife, Badr, and their 4-year-old daughter, Joanne, on a flight from Frankfurt, Germany. "He smoked a pack of cigarettes, drank a couple beers and ate a bunch of food," said Ray Hipp, who sat in front of the Turners during the flight. Hipp said that during the flight he told Turner, "Welcome to America," and that Turner did not respond. "He was very quiet," said Hipp, of Chicago. While the family settled in for the layover in Chicago, officials in x. Kempthorne were on the schedule for brief remarks before a program of music, fireworks and the ringing X enclosure for only 99.99 of church bells. After Turner's release Tues day, he was taken to the U.S. Air iiiifcw)iiiiifi;iiiteiyf'jiii Force hospital in Wiesbaden, Ger many, for medical tests and State f Department debnefings before be ing put on his way home. Joanne was born after Turner was kidnapped in Beirut on Jan. 24, 1987. He had been held captive by Shiite Moslems in Lebanon. i Healthscience ."v.v: t s - Migraine sufferers: Relief may be here H 1 1 ;4 a r- -.4, m fsv,vi. I i i-'i rW .., THE ASSOCIATED PRESS WASHINGTON - A Food and . Drug Administration advisory committee voted unanimously Friday to recommend approval of a new drug that can eliminate the severe pain of migraine headaches for many sufferers. Panel members agreed the company has sufficient data from human studies to show that the drug, sumatriptan, is safe and effective for acute migraine attacks, said Paul Leber, director of the FDA's division of neuropharmacological drug products. "We will consider seriously the recommendation," Leber said. The FDA usually follows the recommendations of its advisory panels, which are composed of outside scientific experts. About 8 million Americans suffer from intense, disabling headaches known as migraines. The drug acts differently from other migraine treatments that have been approved in that it stimulates receptors in the walls of blood vessels only in the head and neck, causing them to constrict. It is dilation of these blood vessels that is thought to cause the pain of migraines. Officials of Glaxo Inc. presented the results of studies that showed that about 80 of the nearly 2,000 patients who took the drug were helped by it. The drug was compared with placebos in the studies. The studies also showed that sumatriptan, also known by its trade name Imigran, had fewer side effects than other drugs that are used to treat migraines, company officials said. The most common side effect of sumatriptan was pain and redness at the injection site, which usually lasted less than an hour, said Tony Fox, director of cardiovascular clinical research at Glaxo Inc. Research Institute in Research Triangle Park, N.C. Save 37 $39.99 brass plated table lamp This candlestick-style lamp has a 3-way switch. Qty. 75. Save 70 $339.99 brass glass fire enclosure Choose between antique or polished brass. In size 30"-45" x 20"-33". Save 20 $99.99 mens leather jacket Bomber style jacket made of 100 buffed leather with polyester fiberfill. Qty. 100. now 24.99 99.99 79.99 now now F 303-pound ovarian cyst extracted THE ASSOCIATED PRESS STANFORD, Calif. Stanford University surgeons needed two stretchers during an operation this week one for their patient and one for the 303-pound ovarian cyst they removed from the 34-year-old woman. The woman, who did not want her name released, was "recovering and in excellent condition" Fri day, Dr. Katherine O'Hanlan said. 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