Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on August 2, 1973 · Page 17
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Qalesburg Rgglster-Maii GALBSBURO, flj*.» THtlllS., AtlQ/f, lift SEC. 1 PAGE 17 ,000 Fine As ; O NEW YORK (UM) - A federal Judge has ordered the Intenurtional Business Ma* chinw Corp. to pay a fine of $150,000 per day for refusing to turn over to the government hundreds, of documents relating to an antitrust suit which seeks to break down the giant computer firm. IBM lawyers said they had obtained a hearing before an emergency appeals court judge today to try to get a stay of the order, which goes into effect Friday, the daily fine, if implemented, would be one of the largest ever levied. ' Coercive Fine Chief U.S., District Judge David Edelstein found IBM in contempt of court Wednesday and imposed the "coercive fine," designed to force the company, to comply with his order4o release the documents. The Justice Department has demanded access to the papers in order to press the antitrust action which it brought *gairist IBM lout .years ago.- The government seeks to prove that IBM has monopolised the flourishing computer industry and Should be divided up into a number of smaller independent companies. Contempt of Court "Counsel for IBM have admitted that the documents are in their possession, and therefore IBM has the power to comply with the order," the judge said. "Accordingly, the failure to produce the documents constitutes contempt of court." \ IBM claims that the more than 700 documents in question relate to confidential communications between the company and its lawyers and therefore i: has. a right to withold them. \ itamin Legislation Shelved WASHINGTON (UP I) - units becomes effective 60 days 100th Annimrmry San "Franciscans today, celebrate the 100th Anniversary of its cable cars. At one time San Francisco had 600 of the "Dinkies" operating. There are just 46 left now but they carry 12 million passengers a year and are the city's top tourist attraction. The first cable car wias invented in 1873 by Andrew Hallidie. This modern cable car makes the Powell Street run. UNIFAX There appeared to be very little chance today that Congress wilt try to stop the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) from placing new restrictions on vitamins, including a ban on the nonprescription sale of vitamins A and D in high concentration doses. Legislation to free vitamins from FDA controls was introduced in tiie House months ago by Rep. Crate Hosmer, R Calif., but has been shelved in a commerce subcommittee ever since A spokesman for the subcommittee chairman, Rep. Paul G Rogers, D-Fla., said, "No hearings are scheduled and none are planned." Ban Large Doses The ban on nonprescription sales of vitamin A in doses higher than 10,000 international units and vitamin D in doses higher than 400 international from Wednesday But another portion of the regulations, also made final Wednesday but not largely effective until the end of next year, has raised the most criticism from the health food industry. That rule will ban combinations of vitamins and other substances where the nonvitamin portion of the product has "no scientifically recognized nutritional value." This will eliminate, for potency level of vitamin A too instance, vitamin C combined low. with bioflavins. The FDA "The permissible level is les* contends that bioflavins, such than any individual will con- as nitin, a buckwheat derivative'sume simply by going out and which some people think makes i n* vin 8 a dinner of livef and the body less likely to bruise,' ^tables,' he aaid. are nutritionally worthless. oi**™,*™. An Early settlers in the OzarkS Gffeg Brewstef of Los An- consideyr€d banjos ^ geles, head of Brewster Foods, almost as impor tant as seeds, which makes vitatnin tablets, spinning wheels, and plow* suggested the FDA has set the shares. San Francisco Centennial of Celebrates Cable Car Era Pabst Blue Ribbon , 12 pok cons --— $2.24 Old Milwaukee 12 pok cons —_$2.00 Schlitx 6 pok cons $1.19 Hamm's 6 pok cans $1.19 \ Hnber Premium Wisconsin Club 12 pok cons _ $1.69 Old Chicago 12 pok cans —$1.95 Drewry's 12 pak cons — $1.89 Falstaff 6 pok cans — ...$1.00 GALLONS Fleischmann Vodka ...S7.69 Fleischmann Gin . 18 .95 Paul Masson Brandy -19.35 IMPORTED BEST •v'i Germany Mexico Holland Japan Ireland 24/12 ox. RETURNABLE BOTTLES Plus Dtpoili Wisconsin Club S2.79 Blatz .„....„„...-... -S2.9S Drewry'a -$3.39 Blue Ribbon S3.49 24/cons WARM Pabst Bine Ribbon .... S3.89 BURKE 'S 273 N PRAIRIE ST. Drive In Package Liquor 342 2616 k< : , ASKING WINDOW i kV .i t ANDEKER or MICHELOB 6 P»k» $1.69 SCOTCH House of Staart Scotch — 5th $3.99 J&B Scotch .5th $5.99 Johnnie Walker Red Scotch - 5th $6.59 Southern Comfort 5th 14.89 Windsor Canadian 5th 13.98 Seagram V.O. — .5th 15.99 5th $3.99 Imperial or Ten High 5th $3.49 Kessier Qts. $4.59 Four Roses 5th $3.99 Sevilia Rum - - .5th $3.49 Bacardi Rum ... .5th $4.19 Smirnoff Vodka . .5th $3.99 Walker's Gin or Vodka — -i--- 5th $3.29 Ad Good Thru Sat., Aug. 4, 1973 OPEN SUNDAY 1 -8 P.M. SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) On a foggf morning exactly 100 years ago, 1 the first cable car- its inventor at the grip because a cowardly openator backed out at the last minute—crept slowly down a steep side of Nob Hill. San Francisco today celebrated the centennial of its longstanding huve affair with the little cars with nostalgic hoopla that got under way with a recreation of «he original trip. Each of the 40 remaining Itiny cairs that climb halfway to the star"* ait a rate of nine miles an hour was festooned with bunting and flowers. Blaring trumpets, marching bands, ringing churchbells and piping pipers were on the program of a predawn anniversary celebration in Chinatown. When the first car descended Clay Street 100 years ago, a nervy mining engineer who invented the vehicle because he was a humanitarian was at the controls. Andrew Hallidie was revolted, by the sight, of slipping horses breaking their legs as they tugged conveyances up the city's steep hills. So he invented the cable cars, drawing on his experience with mine carts. Loathed Heights Hallidie's problems didn't end, however, with the invention and construction of the cars, often called "dinkies" because of their diminutive size. With the first car poised at the top of Clay Street, his first gripman decided he didn't trust the apparatus and loathed heights. He walked off the job right then. Hallidie successfully took over. Because the cable slots no longer run up Clay Street, a motorized flat-bed trailer was called out for Mayor Joseph L. Alioto to ride on the 5 a.m. anniversary trip. ABOVE ALL MAKE IT WHITE'S HOOFING 342-0185 The Virginian SEMI ANNUAL DRAPERY SALE IS A BIG EVENT WITH BIG SAVINGS This Sale is unique, in that the reductions are on face fabric, linings and labor. YOU SELECT the fabric you want to have made. YOU DECIDE which type lining is to be used. YOU DECIDE just how you want the drapery made Draw Drape — tie backs, panel, portier, scalloped cafes — valances, padded cornices — Victorian swags — etc. WHEN WE HAVE DETERMINED the exact sizes, amount of fullness, your windows require then the drapery is carefully made by experts and installed by our shop, if you wish. Remember 20% amount to great savings on these fine — truly custom made draperies. SHOP HOURS 9:30 to 5 DAILY - OR CALL 343-4914 For Home Appointments Time Limit on This Sale is 2 Weeks * Aug 6th thru Aug. 18th The Virginian Henderson & Losey Ph. 343-4914 Virginia Lotus, Decorator NORTH SIDE DRUG PRESENTS A SPECIAL DEMONSTRATION OF Milkmaid Beautiful Cosmetics GRAND PRIZE •29.00 DAISY TOTE BEAUTY BASKET a 6-Month Supply of Beauty Basics Cleansing Milk Toning Milk Emulsion Satin Glow Foundation Cream Rouge Translucent Face Powder Lipstick Brush Eyeshadow Natural Mascara Brush Brow Compact FOR FREE DOOR PRIZES %hsfy Ink fluid 9 Milkmaid Beautiful Cosmetics Milkmaid's beauty secret comes from nature • milk and cream. Protein balanced with nutrients and ingredients most easily absorbed by your skin. It's that pure - and simple. Discover bow milk's protein can protect and beautify your skin. Come in today for information on a complete personal application with no obligation. FRIDAY, AUGUST 3 9 to 5 COMPANY REPRESENTATIVE: CAROL PHILUPS WILL BE IN THE STORE AUGUST 3 TO GIVE FREE ADVICE AND DEMONSTRATIONS ON BEAUTY HINTS AND MAKE UP APPLICATIONS. I 1 COUPON I Name — | Address _. Bring This Coupon For Free Sample Drawing Every Half Hour NORTH SIDE DRUG 1170 N. SEMINARY Your good health is our primary concern. We Maintain A Complete Family Prescription Record

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