Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on February 25, 1959 · Page 2
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Pampa, Texas
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Wednesday, February 25, 1959
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2 •''••'- V . fH® PAMPA DAILY NEWS . -„; . WKbNESBAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1958 *•«• .1- Veaf Ii3 ftAVfttt, frrance (UPti—the. J-y«af-ttld liner 116 de France is 1 ."CrtgdulM t5 Ball •fhursda'y bfi As last Voyage, fhe retired" luxury' llhftr" waS turned dver Monday to 'fig ft?-rfta« Japanese crew that 'vHlt tftke the ship to Osaka, Ja}•>&«', to fen scrapped. MIAMI (UPl) — Riddle Airlines Jtrtnoxirteert Monday it plans to he- come the first airline to vise jet Wanes exclusively for hauling freight. Company President Qeorge L. Giles said the airline hftS ordered four prop-jet Argosy freighter" planes from Armstrong Whitwofth Aircraft Ltd. of England. BLOODV CHEAP FRANKFURT, 'Germany (UPI) •—The following advertisement appeared in Monday's editions of the newspaper "Wolfsburger Nach- fichten 1 ' 1 : "Television set, slightly damaged by blow of the fist, to sell Cheap." Advertisement Protect YOUR HEART! VIOaiN WHEAT GERM OIL HELPS HEART ACTION GIVES MORE STRENGTH V STAMINA ? VIGOR >::'!"' s University Experiments, Person* PROVED VloBin OH improves etlon — Increases endurance. Theyll Dp It Every Time «• By Jitmtiy ME MU3TV! .mn HIM *JUST WISH WtV W45 ins Mdwe 1$ we/to:. « SHERLOCK HOLMES ? IF 7E4 C02V HxS& WORN OUT six DOME 8:SS IFE M45E MM &,, v ^ OUft HUNK <3P HOLES IN IT, WE'D LOOK Like KIN6 OP WILD HORSES'"" OM 1W6 COMMUTER WITH 1WETOCKLIO"" gl 19S9, Kins FMInrn f yn.)it.< J f. Int.. IVnrltl rl«!n.. rwirrnl. Business Views tftt0ttiAH«ffi*l itore executives loo'k f6f ft 4 per cent Increase in sales this year ovef la*t year \vitft A. Bigger gain for d&wntawn thaft tot Subiifbafi stores, according? 16 ft survey by Fortune maga/.ifie. Hi* basis tot optimism is~ the rise of cohsum : If SprlftjJi of 1888 artd tft« Iftst qtiar-j let 6? In* yMf?. the popularity' '6! JWUtMa] ftlrYtls 1ft ;i§S8 continued in the initial month Of 1989 With ihari purchase! 1ft January amounting to 'jail.SiS.fWo, against fiSJ,o3f,&iOO in December and $13i,^dS,otw in Jan- Uflfy, 1658 the Nalional ASSotia.- tron of • Investment Companies re- ,pofted..Shares turned m tef tt- idemptlnn last month also wef« oft rt«t. fed«fal Sa^lftgfi arid ti&afi fftSWancI (J6f|». Wp6tt6d al!«tS aS ftt DW. SI of $361,540,818, f^Sp- feSSfiUng gf^wth 6f $18,S58,WS during th« ySftf. the cofperatfdri Said it feUre-d $24,861,600 of il« captlat llfttfe bftt-ln-l yfaf, »«tS« by cdrriplslifig retirement of the original capitalliAtlbn 6f 100 million ddllafs. Machin* t6Sl 6fdef» and Sht^ iet«tt, wt Machine foal 'fitoltdlrt Afffl. ported. Ordefl for ftfW I6t»i» tfttt ahead of the, slaw frici ft yttf ; ago, bnt shipment* of _..,. .--. __ , Cftlly oil pffoduetidfl # Hit *d States totaled W^ito fc during the flrlt wftik 6f April, 1981 fhe United 1 ; 8tat«i pntffkfttt » per cent 6f th« world'* mllK iltim...C»n VHHn Effectiveness Of Krebiozen, Cancer Drug, Questioned Tonighf Only 6:30 By DELOS SMITH UPI Silence Editor Showing this month in leading motion picture houses throughout Central United States-from Cdnada to Mexico! THE BIG MINING CAMP STORY OF THE OLD WEST! .ganixed cancer research, feels I krebiozen has been proved worth- NEW YOR K(UPI) — Negotla- less ' n „ nf , , lions looking toward a settlement; ^ Q» e ««on Of Evaluation , of the bitter, years-old scientific '< T ^ e head ne g° tla to r s are Dr controversy over the cancer drug.l^n R. Heller, director of the krebiozen. are stalemated. ]3 ut ^ at ' onal Cancer Institute, who in there is no disposition on either fact ~ a 'th°"{rri not officially rep. side to break them off, which i 1 ' 656 "' 8 organized cancer re- i/Wes hope that they will evenlu-j s f , ruch - ITRnd ^ Andrew C. Ivy o.lly succeed. ° the University of Illinois, who 1 '".".' . , has been the drug's principal sci- The Idea is to set up such ^lentific proponent from the begin-' haustive tests of the drug that nj . both sides will be compelled to J:' , ., accept the results, whatever they ^ negotiations began last Sep- are. They question at issue, of l « mbar and became stalemated course, is whether krebiozen |g an'""" month on <** crltical 1 ues ' effective agent against cancer. ;tio " of now ^rebiozen was going The krebiozen side contends, | l ° be evaluated with absolute sci- moat emphatically; that it is-| e " lific impartiality. Ivy wanted that it has, indeed, "cured" c-an-! this responsibility put upon an; <-er in several score cases. But ."arbitration-type" committee, He the other side, which includes himse!f wou!d be one member, | both organized medicine and or .;the National Cancer ..Institute .would appoint a second, and those two would select a third who would be chairman arbiter. ' • i Heller replied that such a set- iup was "not scientifically accept-! I able." His objection was to a ded- jlcated krebiozen advocate like ivy j having a part in the evaluation. He asked ivy to "clarify" his posi-, lion, and there, for the time being, the negotiations rest. j Want Impartial CommltlM What Heller and his associates want is an .impartial committee of some six cancer 'authorities, who are acceptable 'to the eclen-j tific and medical communities. It, hardly Is a secret that the krebio- zen proponents feel it is impossible, after almost eight years of embittered controversy, to find six authorities whose impartiality in beyond any questioning, They contend specifically that the American Medical Assn. has prejudiced the medical world against krebiozen, Nevertheless, progress has been made. Specifically, Heller and his associates agreed that krebiozen should be Devaluated again. That is a -reversal of the years-long contention of organized cancer research that krebiozen was thoroughly evluated — and ruled out --in 1052. All this is to being you up to date on a controversy as bitter and long-lasting as the medical; world has ever known. Tha nego-1 nations stemmed indirectly from i a series of dispatches by this reporter which set forth the pros 1 and cons of the controversy with an outsider's objectivity. Theotre EXCLUSIVE! I It was a territory and it was a torch — burning half with pride and half with whiskey; men saw the flame from every corner of the earth and came. It was a brute- child of a land —old enough for fleshpots but too young to know ths law. And so it had a hanging tree... FROM THE PRIZE NQVEk- A PICTURE OF THUNOERINQ POWERI The Hanging Ifcee 4 , ?' TECHNICOLOR' <3«*wk 78 •%«&»•« FROM WARNER BROS. ««., . . . Sump!.; b, WwfcJ M«>» Md HOwd Wdl» Mum jww wd R,cWI SUfW'IWuJ by DtW D.«« A B««i* Pndu*™ «**»•<>«•** TODAY , News SHOWING thru Saturday (P 'Ciuplier Broke" 4:39 6:56 9: CLIBURN IN HOSPITAL NEW YORK (UPI) Pianist Van Cliburn was hospitalized today for treatment of an infected finger on hiu right hand. A spokesman for the Texaa pianist said the infection developed after Cliburn returned from a concert engagement in Atlanta. He entered the hospital today. POWKH PLAN TPAKTNBRS VIENNA (UPI) — Austria and Communist Czechoslovakia will b« partners in building an electric power plant on the Danube River, it was announced hera Tuesday. While the lr»m*rs o/ the U.S. Constitution provided « me»ns to change the document, they did not make it too easy. O( more than 3,000 proposed amendments introduced In Congress, only 2? h»v* been fldopted. The first 10 were r«U iAed as a whole in 1791. TO make 9 change, a two-thirds favorable vote in both hou»et of Congress «ust be followed by ratification of tbree-fourtbr of the total aumbee of stales END 0 MONTH SALE ENDS SATURDAY SWIVEL BASE TV ROCKER Take advantage of. our CARLOAD SALE of rockers. Stj r l«d for extra comfort, high back, foam rubber cushion*, nylon cover. Regular $84.50. 68 2-PC ' " .' . LIVING ROOM SUITE Modem in design, choice of decorator colors, in i nylon cover, foam rubber cushions, Reg. $299.95 518888 2-Pc. Bedroom Suite $9888 Bookcase bed, double dresser, tilting mirror. 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