Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on June 29, 1947 · Page 7
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 7

Pampa, Texas
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Sunday, June 29, 1947
Page 7
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Plane Wreckage MANILA—(^—Wi-ecksfe of a u S. Army C-45 transport plane vrai rofind 160 yards from the top of «Seo-foot Mt. Makllningf. 3o mile, southeast of Manila Saturday, and a search party reported that all six officers, aboard apparently were killed outright. The two-engine plane took of In bad weather Wednesday nigh and evidently struck the peak while letting down on instruments for a landing at Nichols Field. Names of the dead, ail captains and lieutenants, were withheld until itext of kin are notified. UNRRA Turns Down Philippine Aid *•= 'IviANlLA—OT—UNRRA was understood yesterday to have turned down the Philippine^ final request for $24,000,000 in aid, mainly for the agricultural, fishing and stock • raising industries. MORE FUN In Your Vacation Travel WITH THIS COMPUTE PRE-VACATION D Tune-up the engine for top performance. D Lubricate the chassis; t D Inspect the transmission and differential lubricants; D Change motor oil; inspect «vtl filter. t D Test brakes— adjust if needed. D Inspect windshield wipers; lights and steering. THE PRICE? Probably less than you expect to pay. SERVICE TH| PUCt TO STOP BEFORE YOU GO 'Boyles Nash Co. 114 S. Frost Phone 130 As Builder OlYoalh By T. H. KEATING General Sales; Manager Chevrolet Motor Division Two phases of the All-American Soap Box Darby program have won widespread comment and approval. They are "boy building" and "boys building." . By those two similar phrases, I mean to point up two ir.n.lor aims of this activity which Chevrolet and America's leading newspapers have sponsored since 1P34. Character development is inherent in the whole Derby program. "Boy building" is an inevitable outgrowth of participation in an event which is based on good s p o rtsmanship, fsiir piny and spirited competition. And "boys building" . . . boys at w o r k constructively with their hands and their minds, building as best they can to compete against Mr. Keating the products oi their equals . . .contribute') to youthful developments in a laudable fashion. Ingenious designs have developed over the years as Derby participants strove to build ever better cars. The emphnsis placed on building a bet- Lcr racer, driving a straightcr course competing fairly but keenly—all these are factors that build champions. Yet the important aspect of the Soap Box Derby is not that it pro- sme BY GALBRAITB PHARMACY Is Our Profession Fres Prescription Delivery FOR RENT—Wheel Chairs, Red Pans, Crutclics, Baby Scales. PRESCRIPTION LABORATORY 119 W. Kingsmill Phono 1930 COPR. 1917 BY.tyEA SERVICE, INC. T. M. REC. U. S. PAT. OFF "You mean to say you're afraid a car that's hauled us 8P.OOO miles over all kinds of roads won't take us to Yellowstone Park, a mere 2200 miles awav?" ciuces new champions year after year, but that it results in providing lor thousands of youngsters an out- lor creative talent, encouragement to their native ingenuity, endorsement of their inherent spirit of clean competition. It has been repeatedly said that "no boy loses in the Soap Box Derby." This is even more correct in a, spiritual sense than it i.s materially. No youth can channel aw much effort into an activity as boys expend en tho Djrby without profiting in eh;<ruder development. Wo who have watched Die Derby develop over the years arc proud of <it,s .success. And, with good reason, we are c-vo; prouder of.tne boys the Derby Statehood for Hawaii discussed since 1854. lias been Nip Courts Given Wider Powers TOKYO— (/P)— Japanese courts were authorized yesterday to try blacktnarket. and other cases involving occupation property. Any allied personnel involved, however, will remain under the jurisdiction of military provost courts:' Enlarging the jurisdiction of the Japanese courts was expected to provide additional pressure against black marketeers. Cold-Water Pike Slated lor Trial At Eagle Mountain (By The Associated Press) Whether pike can survive in Tcxa 1 -' warm lake waters will be determiner! in an experiment slated this (all at Eagle Mountain Lake. The Fort Worth Anglers Club is going to transplant some of the ccld-water fish from Norris Dam. Tcnn.. in an effort to introduce a new type target for anglers. Charles H. Kahn. president of the club, said it was believed tlie fish could adjust themselves to Texat' hot spiling and sumrr.vr months after, a conditioning period during the winter. The pike has long been a favorite fish with sportsmen in mountain and northern states, find Kahn said there was reason to believe the fish would eventually Lake to Texas. According to Kahn. pike normally survive in waters of 03-degree temperature. But lie said the water:; of Eagle Mountain Lake would approximate this during the late fall and winter. The experiment will be based on the theory that as the temperature changes, so will the pike's aversion of warm -water. Should the test prove successful, it will mean that bass are no longer prime objectives at Eagle Mountain. Recently, 1.000.000 young bass were I dumped there and in Lake VYnrtli Cooperating with the Anglers Club in the pike experiment is Die Stale Game and Fish department ICahn said. Real reason behind the move to bring pike to Terras is to further interest in fishin', Kahn disclosed. So far. the Fort \7orth group has sponsored a number of events to further this cause. Biggest project undertaken by th" club is the current "fish rodeo." which has increased memb'.Tshio to 17.000. A total of $f;-D.Of)0 ':-.-> merchandise trees to Mic anale.-; \vh:i bag 300 ] taggeri fish. One-r.u:idrrrj and three j have been la':c:i thm far. with > prizes amounting to SSO.OOO. The 1 rudeo closes DEC. 1. Still to be' caught is tag No. 1.993. The fisherman-club member who (al:e-; this one will net approximately Sl.KiO in prizes. Kahn said il v.'p.s his belief (he Fort Worth fish rodeo was the biggest ever staged in this part nf the country. j Weekends at E^.gle Mountain and j Lake Worth seeni to prove he's right. Tomato Market Dips Slightly isi Texas j PARIS—i/IV-A ;iis'hl s!ov.--do\vn '' in tomato markfdiig u'as noird y.\s- | terday i'.i '.his area. rU;hoi:<4li re- | cent n>.im have (•xtrntlrd t'r.c pro- | c'ucuig season. Tiif four-cent p ;r pound price of tho last ;Tvcrnl day.-: ci.ntinurd to iirevail Friday. A continued irarlcrt for all of the crop v.'ii.s assured by tin 1 announcement by '-h:' Whittcn Brothers Can- j i-'uif; Comp.iny hoic lhat it would | l:uy ripe i"o;ii;'.toe-;. _ | Rpart Tim P:vmp;i N<-ws Want Ads ' Patnpa Mews, .Sunday, June 29, 1947 Soviets^fold Off By Chinese Police PAGE 9 "r.ot recognized as Soviets" and v. ould be classified hereafter as "ex- Russian emigrants." Most of the local Soviets were White Rusisan emi- SHANHAI —-/Pi.- Chinese police grants before V-J Day but since i-nieci member:- of IV- _-_._,„„, «=„„)-* nof *™ r te ; r sterday inlorm Soviet Comiaunitv that thpv are IIP.VC obtained Soviet passports. PAMPA TEXAS Phone 934 YAM SERVICE 626 S. Cuyltf Expert Moving — Nation wide Service Ample Storage Space Borger Phone 192 \T\ hi TO BUILD? Residential and Commercial Buildings of Ail Types Designed and Supervised WALDONE. MOORE STRUCTURAL ENGINEER 512 W. KingsmiJl Phone 1705 STUFFING FOR PORK Adi', a little chopped raw spinach to bread dressing. Use to stuff a eus-hion shoulder roast of pork; or niukc mounds of the dressing and .bake pork chops on top. Read The Pampa News Want Ads 3 T No. 2353 STAND AED1A NGE (Butane) . . . . NO. 2352 STAND AilD RANGE No.2400 ( G. S) (GtPS) $11495 2 4 P aSTAMDARD RANGE PHONE ORDERS ACCEPTED From Out of Town Residents S S 1 2 -9 1,59 NYLONS, 51 Women's and Half Sizes . 137 1.58 SHOHTS,Sizes7iol4 127 1.59SKlRTS,Sizes7tol4 127 2.19 PA JAM AS Sizes iio 6 147 98 C SEERSUCKER 0'ALLS Si " $12ind 77^ Months ON SALE MONDAY

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