Ada News in Chicago, Illinois
11 Jul 1977

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11 Jul 1977

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ADA News (Newspaper) - July 11, 1977, Chicago, Illinois High court voids bans on lawyer ads prohibitions by states against advertising by lawyers were struck at least by the supreme court on june in its five four the court in that lawyers cannot be prohibited by the states from advertising in newspapers the fees they will charge for routine Legal matters such As uncontested uncontested simple personal Bank and changes of the court reasoned that such lawyer advertising is protected against state action under the Freedom of speech guarantees of the first the Ada will have further comment on the after its attorneys have had an Opportunity to study the courts care fully worded majority opinion and the decisions potential ramifications relating to advertising restrictions in state dental practice the As far As is known at this did not address itself to Advertis ing restrictions contained in codes of ethics of professional Donald Washburn retires from Ada Library after 28 yrs Donald director of the Ada Bureau of Library services since has announced he will retire at the end of july to live in Aletha who was appointed assistant director in March has been named to succeed Washburn holds a dental degree from Northwestern University dental Donald Washburn school As Well As a Library science de Gree from the University of he joined the Adas staff in under was Burns the Library has grown from to volumes and has become probably the number one source of dental inform continued on Back Page american dental association news july 1977 Joseph dental director of the us Public health service Hospital in san demonstrates the use of a communication terminal and Printer in a com Pute augmented dental care facility at the Moffa discussed the new system at the recent meeting of the american association for dental research in Las a report on the meeting is on Page dues hike sorely needed for Ada Shuler says Oklahoma proposed increase in dues is sorely needed by the association to carry out Ada pro Grams and to keep up with Ada president Frank Shuler said at the 19th regional conference Here last using the Best information currently Shuler the Board of trustees has projected that an additional per Active member will be needed to carry out association objectives in a fiscally responsible Shuler said the added funds would be used in three primary those Are to finance new programs to meet challenges in areas where the future of private dental practice is in such As Federal regulation and illegal dentistry to expand association programs and activities to meet longstanding responsibilities to both the Public and Ada As the expansion of accreditation programs and the evaluation and standardization programs of dental and therapeutic agents and to keep Pace with believe Shuler continued on Page nine Ada urges veto of Maine Dent Urist Bill Maine legislature on june 28 passed a Bill legalizing the provision of dentures to the Public by dental technicians under the supervision of the which the Ada has urged Maine James Longley to Calls for de naturists to be licensed by the state Board of dental the Ada defines a Dent Urist As a per son who is educationally unqualified and not for the necessary Protection of the to practice dentistry in any form on the a provision that in some circumstances would have allowed technicians to pro vide denture services without the pres ence of a dentist was deleted from the Longley had ten Days until july 8 to either sign the Bill or veto As the Ada news went to the governor had not acted on the measure and had Given no indication of what action he would a veto could be override by a two thirds vote of both in a mail Gram to Ada president Frank Shuler urged him to veto the Shuler asked the governor to avoid making Maine the first state to dilute the High level of dental care in this Shuler pointed out that the Ada is moving to cooperate with the University of Oregon and the Oregon dental association in a proposed study of How an educational program could be established for expanded duty auxiliaries in the area of prosthetic he urged the governor to await the results of the study and not to act saccharin ban delayed to allow Public comment food and drug administration is postponing for two months its proposed ban on Fra commissioner Donald Kennedy has appearing at House Commerce health subcommittee Kennedy said the postponement is being made to extend the Public comment period on the saccharin proposal until aug our purpose in extending the com ment period should not be misinterpreted As a weakening of our decision to remove saccharin from the food sup said our Only Pur pose is to in the Light of important new whether saccharin should remain available for any Pur Paul Rogers chairman of the health moved up the hearings from july 15 because of the houses previous action adopting an amendment to the agriculture appropriations which would have prohibited expenditure of Federal funds to enforce the saccharin Rogers characterized this action As precis a recent Canadian indicating a positive correlation Between the use of saccharin and the occurrence of bladder cancer in human added new fuel to the ongoing Contro which started As a result of an other Canadian study indicating a Corre lation in Laboratory the hearings focused on a Bill that would provide for an 18month moratorium on the saccharin pending the outcome of studies in this country to de Termine whether or not saccharin is a Carcinogen in this Bill was introduced by Rogers and tim Lee Carter in a related Edward Ken Nedy mass and Richard Schweiker spa have introduced the saccharin and Advertis ing s according to this measure would provide for two on the broader Issue of food additive safety regulation and a second devoted to the specific Issue of to be completed within a year a delay in Fra imposition of the ban on saccharin for 18 unless continued on Back Page

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