Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on February 21, 1946 · Page 9
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.1 , f Told To el'Radar arning in '41 Feb. 21-</P>61 told yesterday how he d Japanese planes sneak- to attack £tearl Harbor Dec. arid how a superior office him and his Buddy to "for- " account was related to the HBftete-hbuse inquiry committee by Georgfe A. Elliott, one time buck JMVaJ* ..who detected the enemy planes on a radar set almost an M6ut before the bombs fell on the Paftlftc fleet base. ' fillbUj 28, of Long Branch, N. J., tef.t' lh6 army as n sergeant four htonths ago. ' Oh the morning of the attack he and another private, Joseph Lock- W-di Were- along at the mobile radar station in the northernmost tip of the island of Oahu. r Elliott skid that at 7:02 a.m. their ittdftr scope picked up a large flight STOMACH ULCERS DUE TO EXCESS ACID 7&** 1 QUICKLY Of dUtnst tttalnit from stomtcti ulcers w.»cn* icld, lour stonueh, poor dlgeitlon. M«rt»nrn, HI. etc., dug to excess »clrt relleted *«le«»f thtn yqii would b'lltv* poillblfe unleu >on'Te'lrl«a TEB8IK Montr t»ck If )Wr« not rtllcttd nutcktr, more effectlrMr. BA CRETNEY DRUG STORES »ht 112th Cavalry t—Ttxai Nat'l Guard. . . . NEW GUINEA. ARAWC. AITAK, LEYTE, LUZON.JAPAN Thf rtfinerj of Texas' own sugar, dtf "Imperial Sugar Company, take ihii oppAftunity to welcome home tome of Texas' fighting men... the Ii2th Cavalry Regiment of the T*Ui National Guard. .•I AND CAftMlVAL By Dick Ttirfte "Management is boring from within, men! They're - pointin' out to our wives what n nuisance it is to have us strikers sitliu' .around ihe house. of planes 136 or 137 miles away three degrees east of north. He said that wllhin seven or eight minutes of plotting he tried to raise the aircraft warning center by a direct telephone but got no answer. Elliott then used' another circuit and raised a Private McDonald who said there was no one around who knew what to do with the information, Elliott testified. '"Two or. three minutes later," he said, a lieutenant called back and talked to Lockard. He quoted Lockard as saying the lieutenant said to "forget it." (The army Pearl Harbor board has identified this lieutenant as Kermlt A. Tyler, later promoted to lieutenant colonel.) Elliott said he and Lockard left the station about 7:45 a.m. and that he delivered his log of the flight to Lt. John Upson on-his return to camp nine miles away. The Japanese bombs started falling at 7:55 a.m. TTnder questioning by Committee Counsel Seth Richardson, Elliott testified that he and Lockard went back to the station but that no one called there that day to check on their findings. Texas Today By JACK KUTLEDGE AP Staff Writer When Cantinflas cornes to town, it's a ma.lor event in Mexico. Cantinflas (pronounced Kahn- teen'-Plahs and meaning barfly) is a young and very handsome Mexican movie star whose real name' is Mario Moreno. His parents were poor, but Cantin- flas certainly isn't. He's a millionaire. He is Mexico's biggest movie star, and has been called one of the greatest of all Pantomimists by the old master, Charlie Chaplin. Like Chaplin, he, too, depicts the common man. He wears a peon's costume with baggy trousers, white undershirt which also serves as a shirt, badly-beaten hat with no brim, a tattered scrape, and oversize shoes. But he still risks his life fighting bulls. Not only Mnat, but he'll stage fights in small border towns, inland villages, almost anywhere his fans call him. Can you visualize an American movie star doing that? Recently he fought in Matamoros Mexico, across from Brownsville JVO117 Enjoying Our Favorite Oatmeal Brings Me Lovely Dishes, Too! ,*'!• ~ w ***Mr/r\ ^\ \ c«f •.>. x \ . »&$\: '. 4 , *%&£ . f.. "*J1F II* "•» s , j If t'.'l. .,..... I: V £>ii¥t*NIN9 f JSei QF TAHiWA*i IN IVI ^SMIUM f ACKAQf OF MQIHW'* OATSI ' The bullring was packed early, and such a throng remained outside clamoring for entrance soldiers had o be called. It wag a near-riot. Rich and poor were there, despite he twelve and a half peso ($2.50) admission charge. To see Cantinflas, nony Mexicans would willingly- go without a few meals. They actually do. What does he do? In the movies, of course, he makes comedies. In the bullring, he burlesques the dignified, graceful ritual that is bullfighting. But he takes even more changes than a regular matador in doing it. And he kills his own bulls. There are no sUndins. His comedy slays 'em. He dances a waltz in front of a charging bull. 3e prances in a very unorthodox ashion? sometimes losing his pants a dangerous thing with a bull nearby). He insults the animal with slaps and signs. He lies down in the ing, coaxing the bull to do something about it. Sometimes he feigns fright and scampers from the ring like a frightened boy, which is always good for L laugh. The legitimate matador is much like a cat—even when running "rom a bull he must do it in a dignified, indifferent sort of way. American movie companies have tried hard to get Cantinflas to make Ameri3an movies. When he does, you'll see why they love him in Mexico. The boy's got what it takes. Federal Laboratory May Be Established ELSA, Feb. 21—Iff)—Establishment of a federal laboratory to test the possibility of cold storage of Valley citrus and vegetables depends on action of the house appropriations committee, A. L. Cramer snid 'esterday. Cramer testified before the com- nittee last week in Washington, urging an appropriation of $23,000 ;o finance experimental work. TlarcCas'k Under Discussion HOUSTON, Feb. 21—(/P)—Par reaching plnnS for the conservation of oil field flare gns now largely wasted In Texas Gulf coast ftoldr. were under discussion at on nil day joint .meeting of the Texas Railroad commission, oil companies nnd operators here yesterday. The Humble Oil and Refining company, king-pin operator on the Texas coast, immediately moved into the spotlight when Rex Baker, director and general counsel, announced definite plans of his concern to spend $4,783,000 for conserving waste gas. He revealed that his concern already had expended in excess o! $1,900,000 in gas conservation projects in railroad commission district 3 on the coast, largely in the Houston area. In" the course of his remarks. Ha- kcr and members of the railroad commission, exchanged views on the current menacing situation with respect to the possible interference of the federal power commission in connection with plans to conserve gas."Any move on the part of the FPC to extend its powers over the ,oil and gas business in Texas," Baker said, "will sound n death knell for conservation of flare gas, because no oil concern wants to run the risk of being declared a public utility and be allowed a return of only six per cent on Its historical investment, or the original cost of a piece of property." All members of the railroad commission concurred with Baker's sentiments. The lens of the human eye is more rounded in front than behind. Pmnn. £0, May ittt For Disiricl Clerk AUSTIN, Feb. 21— (1P\— the attorney general in an opinlofi directed to Clifford S. Roe, county at- tornny of Panoln county, held that ii person 20 years old who will be 21 on Dec. 24, 194(5 !s eligible, to run fir district clerk in the corning flection. The attorney general said that under present statute a candidate for this office is authorized to run if 21 by Jan. 1, 3947. In answer to a question from T. M. Trimble, first assistant state superintendent, department of education, the attorney general held that a common school district that shows a budgetary need, using either the 1944-45 or the 1945-46 assessed valuation Is entitled to such aid, providing: it meets all requirements of senate bill Ifi7 passed by the 49th legislature. British sailors' neckerchiefs were changed to black in 1805, to commemorate the death of Lord Nelson. IS HUSBAND'S COLDNESS WHY TAKE CHANCES with your hap- jiiness? Thousands of women who suffered the torment of marital uncertainty are grateful for their discovery of CERTANE Douche Powder. This refreshing, delightfully fragrant powder effectively removes embarrassing vnglnnl odors. CERTANE cleanses and footlies sensitive tissues, aa It deodorizes. leaves no medicinal odor. Make sure you do not offend. Don't be uncertain another day. Don't risk your most precious Messing your husband'8 love for you. Start now. Kreo yourself of iJoubt and worry by protecting your feminine clmrm and daintiness. A»k your druggist for CERT AN E Douche Powder today. Must give complete *at- isfactlon or your money back. DELICIOUS TEMPTING GENUINE MALTED MILK MANN'S BREAD Mann Baking Company, Amarillo, Texas "A Toast to Health in Every Slice" tlndefiine Your Loveliness With BARBIZON 'Body-Contour" Slips Just Received Limited Number of These Fine Slips! These Barblzons, In and white, tailored of rayon crepe and satin—are designed for your proportions as well ns your size. They fit smoothly, precisely — under your dress. Proportioned sizes for the • Average Slender • Petite Short • Tall Large • Short Plump Pampa's Quality Department Store iere is never been a scarcity of quality in any coat or suit that carries my picture on its label. s' more there never wi Ill lef r t - f , all of wliteK meafts tKat no woman Kas ever expected to be better dressed than she can be in a coat or suit by Come see pur new spring lovelier by. Rothmoor. Muifee's * ;\' t, f

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