Independent from Long Beach, California on November 22, 1966 · Page 12
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 12

Long Beach, California
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Tuesday, November 22, 1966
Page 12
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Page A-12--INDEPENDENT Lent twch, Cllll., tuntil, N». 2!, IfM Aspirin for Tots to Be Restricted WASHINGTON (UPI)--The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) said Monday that pll children's aspirin bottles Bold after next July I will contain no more than 36 tablets each, in an effort to re duce accidental overdoses. The restriction was one of several steps announced jointly by the FDA and 32 drug firms after a conference Simed at curbing childhood deaths and illnesses. By July 1, bottles of children's aspirin also will con-j tain this cautionary label: "Precaution: No cap is 100 per cent childproof. In case of, accidental overdose, notify' physician immediately." : SEVERAL NEW SAFETY; caps were studied during the_ meeting between manufac-i hirers' representatives and! FDA director Dr. James God-! dard. All the sample caps were determined to be made-; quate, and further 'study was urged. | Also agreed on was a limitation in the potency of chiK dren's aspirin. Some now! range as high as 5 grains a' tablet. The new limit will be 114 grains. j FDA officials said the i n - j dustry furthermore agreed to' include hazard warnings in their advertisements. PRE- THANKSGIVING "THIS MEANS that the taste of children's aspirin' won't be used in ads as a| selling point," a spokesman said. "We're trying to get away from this 'it tastes like candy' business." Legislation was introduced in Congress last year that would have limited a bottle to 24 tablets each. But God-, dard said the 36- tablet maxi-| mum "was a step in the right' direction." I He Couldn't Stand j Losing All That Beer DALLAS (UPI) -- The 44- year-old man tried again and again to rush into the basement of the burning apartment where he lived. Police restrained him each time. i Finally they arrested him.j Then added more charges, when they found what he was! trying to save: 10 gallons of illegal homemade beer. (Advertisement! Sure You Can Play Organ Music ! Beginners, especially t h o s e who have never played a note, I wlio may think they have a. "tin j ear" or can't "earn' a tune in a b*ket" arc invited to come i n : and learn to play a tune free, in minutes. " I n s t a n t Or^an Playing," was the way one leading coluni-, described our revolutionary new rapid learning method. I t . m a k e s playing the Hammond; Organ surprisingly e a s y says! Bob Pierce who had the first j (Xo. 1) Hammond Organ and has for years owned the Ham- mnnd Organ S t u d i o s , 218S Ukewood' Blvd., just north of the Traffic Circle. The first time you sit down, one-of our highly trained staff | members will have you playing: a pleasing melody, even if you have never studied music. The music you play will be t h r i l l i n g ro your cars and your friends will e n j o y listening. Learning is fun because you pro- gicss quickly as you play com-! plde songs. Playing the organ; ii a hobby that will reward you! l*.,isantly all the days of your' hie. 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