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Amarillo Daily News (Newspaper) - May 11, 1968, Amarillo, TexasChange ordered Iii Labelling a a pills a. It he m it a Quot Washington up the food and drug administration Friday ordered revised Labelling and advertising of birth control pills manufactured in the United states to reflect British studies linking use of the contraceptives to incidents of blood clotting. The eight . Manufacturers of a the Pill a agreed to the order after a meeting wednesday with members of the Foa advisory committee on obstetrics and gynaecology which was called by or. Herbert l. Ley jr., director of the of Day a Bureau of Medicine. The manufacturers issued a joint statement approving the move but cautioning that the published British data might not necessarily apply to women in the United states or other countries a where the incidence o f spontaneously occurring Ihram of phlebitis blood clotting disease May be the Uda said Labelling is being revised to Alert american doctors of tile British findings which the Agency said indicate a seven Tchlo fold increase in blood c i o t i n g deaths and diseases among birth control Pill users compared to other women. The new Labelling will be required on Oral contraceptives manufactured after june 30. Advertisements must reflect the new Labelling As of sept. I. A study comparable to that of the British is under Way Here and will be completed Early next year. According to tile British findings the highest risk occurred in the 35-44 age group in which the annual rate was four deaths among each 100.000 women taking the Pill compared to one death per 200,000 nonusers. The manufacturers noted that the risk of blood clot deaths is a Many times greater for postpartum after delivery they said the British report indicates the risk is least in the 20-34 age group where the Pill is used tile most. Saturday morning May la 1968 Amarillo daily news Art exhibit set by it student v a _ v. A of f aks 5< la to it Art works by mrs. Ruth Riffle a senior Art education major at West Texas state University will be exhibited beginning sunday afternoon in the lounge of the Etsu Fine arts auditorium. The exhibition will include Oil and Watercolour paintings pastel and Ink drawings Bronze and Silver sculpture and jewelry. Hooked rugs and painted furniture. A reception will be held from 2 4 . Sunday in connection with the opening of the display. The exhibit May also be seen from 8 . To 4 . Monday through Friday. Before enrolling at Etsu mrs. Biffle studied at Stephens College in Columbia mo., and at the University of Texas. Proposed routes Dow to Noah Nav the nine proposed routes to Transfer Mississippi River water to the High Plains Are shown with four of them i ran verging Arkansas and Oklahoma. These enter the Panhandle near Canadian and terminate at Bull Lake near Littlefield. The other five routes indicated by dotted and solid lines follow the courses of the Colorado Brazos Trinity Sabine and red Rivers and also eventually terminate at Bull Lake. Is not All men our hidden cameras confirm Beautiful women travellers also swarm to Beautiful Hilton inn. To minutes from love Field or downtown scheduled minibus transportation. N. Central expressway . 75 at mockingbird. Call Hilton reservations service nearest you or Dallas 214 827-4100. Join the Hilton hours a a a t for graduates High school and College graduates who present this and to our studio will receive a Lovely 5x7 portrait. We have Cap and gown. Fox re Vover Motoc Raphur 4133 w. 34th 355-3901 a bring this to a Cliv a Quot continued from Page i emphasized that the report is a Progress report and that much More detailed engineering studies Are needed. The study covers about a years work and the participation of about 90 Bureau person Al either full or part time. Offices involved Are Amarillo Albuquerque Oklahoma City and Austin. Hill said the first years study was made possible through a $200,000 appropriation and that another $467,000 has been earmarked for further study during the period july i 1968, to june 30, 1969. Results of the investigation to Date support the following conclusions Hill said a a a a it is physically feasible to transport the projected 2020 requirements of 16.5 million acre feet per year from the lower Mississippi River system to West Texas and Eastern new Mexico if it is a determined that there Are surplus Waters in the Mississippi River available to meet these requirements. A should surplus water be available it might be transported through a combination of several of the import routes studied. However the More Southern routes appear to be the most desirable for future study. The studies indicate that the project would lend itself to stage Hill also indicated that no single route would have the capacity to handle the volume of water needed. A a a Hill noted that each of the nine routes Are designed to terminate at Bull i Ake West of Littlefield. The Arkansas Oklahoma routes enter the Panhandle in the Vicinity of Canadian pass just Southeast of Amarillo and southwestward to Bull Lake. Other conclusions reached in the investigation Hill said Are a regardless of the route the Cost per acre foot for delivering Waler from the lower Mississippi River system to irrigator in the study area appears certain to exceed substantially their ability to pay for such Hill said that the economic benefits of irrigation to nonfarm elements of the study areas Economy Are Large and appear to be sufficient to warrant pay a a a ment by those n o n f a r in elements of costs of import water in excess of their Rigatos ability to pay. He said too that the Cost of delivering import water pro Bably could be reduced and economic feasibility of the project enhanced by incorporating in the project provisions for purposes other than water Supply. He referred to such benefits As navigation fish and wildlife development and recreation. Cli f Chamberlain executive director of water inc. Has not seen a copy of the report and preferred to Reserve specific comments until he has had an Opportunity to study the import investigations. He did say that if the water is to be surplus a we feel it is the most feasible source within the time we will need it which is 1985 or onishi to pm. It ends National warehouse Sale National Oldsmobile warehouse Aulii Salt . Unit of 250 Sale cars Cost certified lowest Price in the nation window sticker Price is void i please ask sales representative for special factory dealer discount Price available Only at Garner motors during this limited time offer i matter who Voo Are. If you re thinking new car Tou owe it to yourself to find out the truly great savings made possible by this once a year factory authorized National event. You can save literally hundreds of dollars by buying an Olds now now. Nation s lowest Olds prices now. History s highest Trade ins now. S95 Down easiest terms anywhere Carner motors Oldsmobile warehouse 711 w. 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