Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 27, 1963 · Page 16
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 16

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, June 27, 1963
Page 16
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PAGE SIXTEEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1963 >r Clashes With AM A i WASHINGTON (API — Thp: Amrrir;m IModirn] Association! ramr Tindor firr \Vrrlnrsdriy from ' Son. F.rnosl (It-nonius*. D-Alaskn.' find it promptly nccusrd him of! n snionr niiri of nttrmpting loj Waino it "tor tlio faihirns of pov-| rrnmpnt appncies." ! Tho clash marked a Sriialr Rovcrnmrnt oprralions subcom- millpp hearinc; on the operations of the Food and Drut: Adminis- traion and regulations it has put into pffcrt under the dni.c control law pnacted last year. In an openinc statement as acting chairman of the sulx-om- inittee. Grupnine s;iid the AMA's Council on Dnms had taken th.- "hichly unusual" step of endorsing a druc before it was cleared by the FDA. He referred to the druc flapyl. used in treating vaginal infections, and asked if one nii^lit conclude that the council's action represented an effort to pressure | the FDA to act faster. Gruenin^ conceded that the drus apparently is safe. • j Dr. Harry F. Dowling, chair- > map of the AMA Council on Drugs, testified that the AMA does not "endorse" drugs, but noj said it does comment on them' and had done so in the case of flagy] "before FDA saw fit to release it for general sale." He agreed that the AMA ha'l ; described the drug as "highly effective" without waiting for; FDA approval of its safety and efficacy, but he said "it is tho function of a private agency to act independently in matters of j this kind." Dowling. who heads the Department of Medicine at the University of Illinois, said the A'MA. unlike the FDA, is not a government regulatory agency and that its action was simply "an educational statement beamed to obstetricians." US to Buy Own Wheat WARSAW — Poland is buying American wheat with American- loaned funds. Cotton To Bolivia LA PAZ — Bolivia will get 1,300 bales of cotton from North America in 1963. Court Plans Ruling on Remap Suit judges dismissed an appeal by the Illinois attorney general's office and dnwnsfate voters that the court reject the redistrietinq petition. Filed first in FVbnuirv by dis- ate, in contrast to the House where districts are determined by population. The judges—El in rr J. Scbnack- onberg of the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, and William J. Camp- CHICAGO hearing for (API — A speedy i trict officers of Hie United Sire! : ho " ' llld Kirhard B. Austin of workers of America and other! ^- s - District Court—directal that ;Cook County residents, the suilj 1 ' 0 " 1 sidf '- s Present written argu- . seeks to have the Senate districts! ments within 15 days. :• a suit seeking man-j ,,. isflf , 011 population, nol .ueoqni-i M fj : W ll Raise Cane da lory redislrictint; of ibe Illinois, p |,y. LAGOS _ A ( - m ac ,. p SURal .' Senate on a population basis has : The court is asked to throw oiuif ; , rm w ]j] supply Nigeria's new been promised by a federal ap- a 1ir>1 amendment to the Illinoisjvpfincry. i peals court. 'Constitution Rivinsj downstate Illi- The three-member court saidinois .'-II senators. Chicago IS. and Wednesday it would rule as soon the rest of Cook County (i. as possible so the case may In For the defense. William S.!" m . s " ond Conjfo To Save Soil I.EOPOLDVILLK — The Congo on soil-conser- appoaled to the U.S. Supreme!Wines, an assistant attorney gen- Court, \vhere similar cases are i oral, argued (hat the voters in- pendini;. tended to give the rural areas i vation projects. African (inals Drop CAPETOWN — Several import Helen Keller Marks 83rd Birthday EASTON. Conn. (API—After a bustling life. Helen Keller had decided to relax a little. So there won't be any special fuss today—her 83rd birthday. But there was no rest for the mailman as he bore his heavy burden to Miss Keller's sprawling old house, Arcan Ridge. Greetings to the blind and deaf author camp from the bumble and the great. There also were bouquets of roses, Miss Keller's favorite flower. "You are one of the select company of men and women whose achievements have become legendary in their own time," wrote President Kennedy. In recent years, Miss Keller has limited her activity but she continues as ;> consultant to the American Foundation for the Blind. "Miss Keller is happy, alert and content." says Mrs. Evelyn Seide, her secretary and companion "But she now wants to enjoy some of the quiet that has been denied her over the years." Tel egrapliTvanirAd s~"CLTcK~ The statements came as thel special consideration in the Sen-;goals are falling in South Africa. JUST RECEIVED ANOTHER SHIPMENT OF SUN-SATIONAL WASHABLES at GAMMS LOW, LOW DISCOUNT PRICES SLIP-ONS • TIES • FLATS • WEDGIES CHILDREN'S SUN-SATIONAL WASHABLES MEN'S ^ „ SUN-SATIONAL 2i99 WASHABLES "Flyweight" washables take tc tha ir for a season of casual goodtimes. You'll love those top brand names designed in bright, sunny colors. .These favorite sellers come from the nation's finest factories and shoe sources throughout America. THE NAMES IN THE SHOES WILL AMAZE YOU WILSHIRE SHOPPING CENTER OPEN EVERY NITE TIL 9 SUMNCR $450.00 Also S200 to 750 Wedding Ring 62.50 JULIET SS75.00 Alio 5500 to 2475 Wedding Ring 17500 PHILLIPS $100.00 Wedding Ring 20.00 ROSS $750.00 Wedding Ring 39.75 K GENUINE REGISTERED PROTECTED AGAINST LOSS . . . without charge, for one full year, m writing. Stunning designs... perfect craftsmanship... center diamond guaranteed perfect (or replacement assured). That's Keepsake! FAST-EASY CREDIT! TONE BRO CREDIT JEWELERS 118 W. 3rd St. OPEN MON. and FRI. NITE ALTON For a Bright and Happy Fourth! Dresses JUNIOR MISSES HALF SIZES Schoeffer's ALTON JLJ. PRICES SLASHED AGAIN!! WE'RE Permit No. 2 Don't Miss This Tremendous Sell-Out i i i • • • Excellent Selections Still Available! V V V • • • Limited Time Only •war* HOW MONTICELLO CENTER GODFREY SKIRT •iK** «^ HATS •ess- n"

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