Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 6, 1953 · Page 20
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Ivy Claims Unfairness in AMA Ouster CHICAGO m — Dr. Andrew C. Ivy testified before a legislative commission Monday he "got the imprtssiofi" the Chicago Medical Society voted his suspension before hearing his defense of the controversial cancer drug Krebio- zen. Ivy has been removed as vice president in charge of the University of Illinois professional schools at Chicago. He told the commission investigating the controversial drug that THIS HOME RECIPE TAKES Off UGLY FAT Hera . is . an inexpensive .... — . home recipe for taking: off bulky excess weight. Nowyou can reduce the way your neighbors recommend with* out exercise or starvation diets. RENNELi Concentrate at your druggist in 2 Bizes—trial size $1.40 and regular economy size $2.50. Mix with either lemon or grapefruit juice as per heme recipe directions on label and take 3 tablespoonfuls morning: and evening. That's all there is to it. Ask forour free weight chart and •booklet "How to Eat Plenty and Lose Weight". BENNEt, contains nothing harmful. Satisfaction guaranteed with the very first bottle or return to manufacturer for a refund. Get RENNEIJ from your drug-glBt today. he was not ask&rj any questions when he appeared before the ethi cat relations committee of the Chi cago group in 1951. twenty rain utes after he left the meeting, hd said, reporters informed him he had been suspended for three months. "In other words." asked Rep. William E. Pollack (R-Chicago), chairman of the commission, "they were charging you with being unethical, whereas, the society was unethical itself." Dr. George D. Stoddard, former president of the University of Illinois, suspended Kr^biozen research at the medical school after an investigation. The American Medical Association's Journal also carried articles claiming the drug was worthless as a cancer deterrent. The legislative commission was authorized by the last General Assembly to investigate charges and counter charges in the fight over the drug. The hearing will continue through Friday." Asked by Pollack if he felt his suspension by the society and the handling of the Krebiozen matter by the AMA contributed to what Ivy has called the conspiracy against him, Ivy said: "I do. The charge that I promoted a secret remedy was the most humiliating and dastardly to which I have been subjected." Who is more deserving of opportunity than the disabled veter- nns and the physically handicapped who wish to become useful, productive members of society? Tuesday, October 6, 1953 OUT OUR WAY By Wllliami Little York Society Seeking Donations LITTLE YORK— Mrs. Everett Stripe entertained the Cedar Creek Missionary Society at her home Thursday. Those having old clothing, children's toys or other articles they wish to donate to the mission station in Keithsburg are to take them to the United Presbyterian Church Thursday. Mrs. Malcolm Madison entertained the U Deal Em Club at her home recently. Canasta was played with high score going to Mrs.-Jack Dawson and low to Mrs. James Du- Morey Sees Way to Heal School Rifts CHAMPAIGN, 111. UB—The acting president of the University of Illinois said Monday he believes friction between the six state-supported schools of higher education can be avoided. Lloyd Morey, the acting presl dent, spoke at a meeting of the 11 linois Joint Council oft Higher Education; composed of officials of the institutions. , Occasionally in the past, interests of some of the schools have conflicted, giving rise to competitive lobbying for funds during legislative sessions. Morey proposed that the schools confer in advance on their biennial budget plans. "We are partners in a great joint venture," he said. "I hope we may never have to go before a legislative assembly actually opposing efforts of another institution." Besides the university, the other state-supported schools are Southern Illinois University, Illinois State Normal, Northern Illinois State Teachers College, Western Illinois State Teachers College and Eastern Illinois State Teachers College. gan. Mrs. Edward Brock received the door prize. Next meeting will be with Mrs. Lewis Hale of Bald Bluff. Ihe best buy in town is fa most advanced car in America! Get a sensational'53 Studebaker Its out-ahead style insures you top resale value! Read what Wall St Journal says ^.v.:•^^:•:•^/^^.:.^:•^v^:•^'.T.^:.:•^:•:•:^^^:•: : : : : ; .JJ ...! "5-/5 Detroit Studies Sales of "Continental" Studebaker Bv a Wiu BTICCT JOU.IUL Suit RrporUr DETROIT—Studebaker, which wu a big factor In setting early-postwar auto stylet, may now be setting the pattern (or the next lew years. Its 1946 model, designed with lavish use of glass by Raymond Loewy, was the first completely redesigned postwar car The South Bend, Ind, concern made no further major change until Its current 1953 'e; with these tt Introduced low, rakish "Continental" styling. Also designed by Loewy, the new model cost {27 million to introduce, double the 1946 cost. A top Detroit stylist, employed by a rival manufacturer, fays that the current Studebaker will aifect the future looks of more competitive would ! Industry footed <#M' Big selection— priced to move out fasti The '53 Studebaker is a '54 in style! Studebaker's far-advanced Raymond Loewy design is out ahead now and it won't be outmoded a few months from now. No other '53 car can make that statement! Studebaker's outstanding styling received the famed Fashion Academy Award. The '53 Studebaker is motoring's economy stari This strikingly original car is the ideal combination of low price—low gas consumption—low upkeep—high resale value—a sensation in this year's Mobilgas run. The '53 Studebaker is new insurance of safety! Every Studebaker has huge expanses of glass that give all-around big visibility. Studebaker's far advanced low-swung design assures road-bugging steadiness on turns and curves. The '53 Studebaker leads in advanced engineering! It's America's most superbly balanced car—designed free from unnecessary bulk and power-wasting excess weight. The Champion engine surges with zip and pep. The Commander has motoring's most tbrillingly responsive V-8 engine. The '53 Studebaker excels in quality workmanship! Every car in the line reflects the painstaking care of Studebaker's father-and : son teams and thousands of other skilled craftsmen. The '53 Studebaker is sensationally low priced! Studebaker sedans, coupes and hard-tops are all down to earth in price. The 1953 Studebaker Champion you see here is one of the lowest priced cars in America. See your trustworthy nearby Studebaker dealer right away! This long-wheelbase 5-passenger Champion Deluxe Coupe $ .06 1920 DELIVERED IN GALESBURG with standard equipment. State and heal taxes, if any, extra, White sidewall tires and chrome wheel discs optional at extra cost. Prices may vary somewhat in nearby communities Comparably low pricaa ara in affact on all othar 1983 Studabakara including the brilliantly powered Commander V- 8a and the ultra -ioewy Studebakax Land Cruieer. SURPRISING ALLOWANCES! REMARKABLY EASY TERMS ! WINDISH MOTOR SALES Windish Bldg. 131 N. Cherry St. Galesburg* III. Don't Hiss Our Big Sole Storting Wednesday, Oct. 7,1953 STORE HOURS - 9:30 - 5:30 DAILY FRIDAY TILL 9:00 P. M. CP1ECE CHROME WITH IXCLUSIVI MATCHING PATTERNS! Beautiful SEA PEARL Colors I CIIO CA ISTHE COMPARATIVE VALUE OF THIS SUITE! Ol le£>3U OH WHAT A BARGAIN AT $75.00 HELP FOR PRICE SAKE - HELP AND LET ME HELP YOU SAVE DURING TH|S SALE! TREBBE MUST SELL $5000.00 WORTH OF MERCHANDISE DURING OCTOBER AT A SACRIFICE OR ELSE! COME IN AND COMPARE PRICES AND VALUES ON BEDROOM AND LIVING ROOM SUITES, BED DAVENPORTS, PLATFORM ROCKERS, COM- FORT CHAIRS, KNEE HOLE DESKS, SECRETARY DESKS, DINING ROOM FUR. NITURE, RUGS, CARPETS, ETC. BEDROM SUITES AT i OFF! $375,00-3 -Pc. Solid Cherry Suite , ..Only $250,00 $375a00-5 -Pc. Limed Oak Suite „„ -Only $250,00 $350,00-5 -Pc, Limed Oak Suite Only $233,33 $350,00 - y -Pc, Regular Cherry Suite ...—.Only $233.33 $335,00-3 -Pc. Cherry Tone Suite Only $223,33 All of the above suits are full dustproof and center drawer guide construction with double dressers and large chests. P. S. With any of the above suites you can buy a box spring and innerspring mattress at one-half of the label price. $79.00 COMBINATION Only $39.50 $119.00 COMBINATION $139.00 COMBINATION Only $59.50 Only $69.50 REGULAR ) I). SOLID MAPLE BEDROOM SUITE — Only $120.00 $180.00 J-KC. WALNUT VENEER BEDROOM SUITE _ Only $120.00 LIVING ROOM SUITES REDUCED! REGULAR $200.00 Green er Rate • Beige Mohair 2-Pc. Suite* ONlY $133.67 REGULAR 1 Grey Moh.lr 1 ONLY $265,00 j p * rm * ,ux $ui,< j $190,00 REGULAR $275.00, Rote Beige | ONlY »rvi. j$200.00 REGULAR "1 Qrey Mohelr 1 ONLY $325.00/J$240.00 REGULAR ] $75.00 } PLATFORM ROCKERS - All High Grade Construction. Colors-Wine, Brown, Beige, Green and Gold } ONLY $50.0 00 FOR ONlY £*JA A 1 A 1 ARMLESS TELEVISION CHAIRS, CHANNEL BACKS. • . _ _ $40,00 j Gr '*> B0i 0* or Rtd Friex# Covt " " $300 ° iACH or ? FOR — J )50.00 J^*" I HIGH $75.00 j cow, BACK COMFORT CHAIRS With Foam Rubber Cushion*. Groan or Toast Colors. $60.00 EACH OR 2 FOR _ fOR ONlY $100.00 COME IN AND LOOK AROUND - EVERY ITEM IN STOCK REDUCED! SAVE MONEY - ALWAYS BUY IN THIS LOW OVERHEAD STORE! F.A.Trebbe NEXT TO GREGORY'S ON THE SQUARE AT NO. 29 Inside N.W. Corner F.A.Trebbe DIAL 4210

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