Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on March 9, 1966 · Page 32
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WEDNESDAY, MARCH ?, 1966 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N Teen-age Drivers Study Route Harold Limbird and Linda Sullivan, youngest drivers in the annual Mobil Economy Run--which stops in Tucson next Monday night--study a map of the lios Ang'eles-to-Boston trek. Safety Champ Entered In Mobil Economy Run When the Mobil Economy Run caravan wheels into Tucson next Monday evening, one of the drivers will be a young ersonified. bird of Car- man who is safety. He's Harold Li : den Grove, Calif., winner of that state's Safe -Driving R6ad-E-0 championship. And for the past week, Limbird has been receiving a "cram course" in safe and economical driving, as he prepares for the coast-to-coast event. His driving partner on t h e Mobil Run will be Miss Linda Sullivan--Miss Teenage Dallas -- a 17-year-old high . s c h o o l senior. The two will be driving a Mercury Comet Cyclone in the 3,300-mile run from Los Angeles to Boston. WIDELY HAILED DRUG Violations Investigated In Testing Of DSMO WASHINGTON--UPI--The new chief of the Food and Drug Administration (Ft)A) said today the agency was investigating possible criminal violations in the testing of a widely hailed drug known as "DMSO." . FDA Commissioner James L. Goddard also told a House subcommittee on drug safety he would place a closer check on the testing of new drugs on humans. He said the testing of dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO) --.used in treating arthritis -- violated the regulations and led to eye damage on many patients. Goddard conceded FDA failed to insist on full compliance with its rules. But he said the firm that first proposed testing the substance, a byproduct of papermaking, was allowed only to apply DMSO to the skin of patients. Yet the testing went far be- 61 Killed In Week's Viet War ToU SAIGON - UPI -- Sixty-one U.S. servicemen were killed in Viet Nam during the week ended March 5, an American military spokesman said today. Another 177 were wounded and one was reported missing in action. The U.S. spokesman also disclosed that American forces suffered more than 1,000 casualties during the previous week, the highest toll of the war. 'Earlier reports for the week ending Feb. 26 showed 109 Americans killed and 747 wounded. The spokesman today said it now had been determined that 20 additional troops were killed, 169 wounded and 3 missing. Total casualties were 1,048 killed, wounded or missing. Government spokesmen reported 205 South Vietnamese soldiers killed last week and 97 missing in action. Viet Cong killed or wounded during the same period totaled 1,622, the highest Communist casualty count in 15 weeks. yond this limitation and DMSO was administered by injection, taken fay mouth and applied directly to the eyes, Goddard said. Testing of DMSO was halted last Nov. 11 when evidence indicated it caused damage to the eyes of animals. "Speculation, and enthusiastic promotion both to the profession and to the public was substituted for scientific inquiry and deliberate evaluation of eyi- dence," Goddard' said. "This resulted in unwarranted distribution for use as'a therapeutic agent by many physicians, before the animal 'or human studies established either safety or efficacy." "We are investigating possible criminal violation," Goddard said. The subcommittee headed by Rep. L,' H. Fountain, D-N.C., called Goddard to question him on his first seven weeks as commissioner 'and his strict enfprce- ment policy that led to a'ban yesterday on antibiotic throat tablets which the FDA found ineffective. Court Sentencings Sentenced in Superior Court yesterday were: -Michael .Prime, 22, grand theft, two years probation. --Edward Cullen, 21, grand theft, two years probation. _ --Mitchell Berger, 22, obtaining money or property by confidence game, one year probation. Overnight headquarters in Tucson will be the HiwayHouse Motor Hotel for drivers of the 57 different automobiles. Other overnight stops along Hie way include Albuquerque, Wichita, St. Louis, Cleveland and Philadelphia. At the conclusion of the run, the two youths will address the governors Traffic Safety Luncheon being held March 22 in Boston, in conjunction with the 45th Annual Massachusetts Safety Conference. They will discuss the basics of teen-age highway safety, drawing on then- experiences during the run. Other speakers at the luncheon wffl include Govs. John A. Volpe of Massachusetts and George R o m n e y of Michigan. Limbird and Miss Sullivan recently spent several days in Los Angeles practicing driving and reviewing the intricacies of map reading. Both the students hope they will win--and they figure their chances 'are as good as anyone else's. The 57 cars entered must maintain an average speed of 51 miles per hour, the highest requirement in the Mobil Run's 30-year history. 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