Independent from Long Beach, California on April 5, 1963 · Page 10
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 10

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P»9«'A.|0-1NDH'ENDENT ItK*. Cali Frtt=. iart 1 IS] JFK Is Asked for Dope Task Force Houst conference on rir cotics and advised the com mission of California enforcement problems. ago vu addiction was secn,)hypa°"« « ««e halluci- dosej ^ heroin wten ad . Tpursday f B£ JOHN R\RBOCR Iplies further. WASHINGTON OB --Pre$-| Twenty years *are on fliegal traffic in dan-fkssic addiction jerouidrugs and narcotics is' 1 "* «**«* «» P"« heroin-i^tons i«- --=--· president Kennedy But T:aw Inost addicts are on Kennedy welcomed the was asked for a matures of only 3 to 5 per- port and said it increased un-jj; nakTVeven hotter. l luted *? powdered milk and . . . . file President's advisory,other adulterants. k THE COMMISSION commission on narcotic and The commission also rec-,seven recommendations in all,} : dreg abuse recommended thatjommended: [including a master research, 1 " 111 · [laobfle unit of lawyers and, --Revision of penalties for!P'* B °° . . . llne JT tpestigators s p e a r h e a d a drug offenses to allow the. abuse - * J° mt ^·^·'* Ie " eo twnuM passive attack on big-time|courts more discretion fa'commission for action on womo |wfeich numb, knockout, do. THERE ALSO soera to belt* brought to justice only by'.tures have Isss physical cost much pr«s. prpup. c a I m d o w n. n^e ^eathj today from over- prosecutors who understand in quitting. Tra particularly pleased to see the proposal for a Joint; United States - Mexico eom-i m i n i o n . " he said. : dicts of weaker mixtures un- sellers. Overdose severe respiratory finally failure, mobile rs and on the drug, tolerance to it, and a physchological depend- enc * ' 1 "" : "" cu - I-JW-M-* - "--" ."-·--(lawyers would be attached to] Classic addiction involves -Revision of penalties forpl" on narcotics »^,^S'{^}£ t ]£~Department^nd'" »Jdict on massive, pure implemented, ,, , .,J,K.,.. , «,,, itc.vi. ime justice uepamnem ana ^^ ^ ^ dmg . , ithdrawll U, prognn, muggleri and sellers. fThe report sentencing, and make parole border smuggling and forma-. commission's interim an incentive for the rehabsli- tion °* » library of accurate pointed out that a!- tation of offenders. ready there has been an tp-l -- Stiffer laws on the sale, knowledge of the entire problem. cooperation with the narcotics bu reau of the Federal Bureau i Investigation. | The smuggling and selling in the United States is in the how to unmask their operations." tOS ANGELES Cfl--Atty. Gen. Stanley Mosk praised ADDICTION involves three Thursday the recommendations of the President's Ad visory Commission on Nar cotic and Drug Abuse. Said Mosfc The commis- s i o n ' s recommendations, if would- provide of action that ·-·- i from the d r u g has severe California has been seeking for several years." Addicts on weaker mix-' Mosk attended the White! PLASTIC ARTIFICIAL EYES Ti« ·«* M0«pt« AWlatfU Eyti CM U ·«!«* »· ctotjr (· wtom't CTM rtot It h ol- nn» Impmlbl* t« 4tt«ct »kt». (raeiiabl* comfort. UizsioJ BcbKtr. Eipert cotuKotiei ba»4 ei 12 Tton txj«ri««e« it join witkort .bsstic*. DR. J. M. SOSS, Opfomelffcf · 37 PINE AVE. ^ HE 5-6219 · Terms · Pork Shop lH.Hl. Cut Irtoi Inlto Acctratcff M»fck» Expert parent decline in classic ad- manufacture and distribution The narcotics bureau's per- diction to opiates such as her-'of all habit-forming and dan- sistcct enforcement was cred- hands of organized criminals, cm ar.d morphine. 'gerous drugs. itcd with the changes in the .and "they have to a -disturb; · · · · · · I The scope of the commis- illegal narcotics market. \TMS «trat shielded them^THIS »L*Y be an indication s ion's study covered all of the A spokesman for the com- selves from arrest and_prose- pf, the pressure on narcotics'drug abuses which are detri- mission said most young ad-jwtion." the renort said ad- f tilers to cut. or water down/mental to society. This in-jdicts today are on leaner reduced supplies of heroin to stretch those sup-'riety of drugs and narcotics'sors. (CHAIN DISCOUNT n 7 BIG SALE DAYS S _ the report said, ad They are skillful, ruthless, and well-financed. They can EASTER BASKETS eft tfc« 9000*1*1 l=r«. U.r. art 101 ONE DOUAI IIUS m ttito tai- Itfl anj i!t.r cr. tCO lailtti. Y.ur cfionctl cr, I a iT, to tt fl luclty wuiTicr. BURSTING BOYS 1 WHITE Dress Shirts BOYS' DANDY DUDS SUITS 100% cotfon woiK V wear. Permanent collar ifays. Sizes 2 io 6x. Choice of weoten onJ cottons. 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