Obituaries Related to "Valencia" from New York Times Archive
REBELS TRAIN GUNS ON MORA DE EBRO; Loyalists Admit Loss of Six Hills North of Grandasa, but Say Three Were Retaken 70 DIE IN BOMBING RAIDS Two Hundred Wounded When Coast Is Raked From Alicante to North of Valencia Loyalists Admit Losses Coast Is Heav
Mediterranean coast bombed
Padilla Sanchez, Jose
Valencia dies; was 62; por
Padilla Sanchez, Jose
19 missing, Pedralba
18 DIE AS FLOOD SWEEPS VALENCIA; Many Others Feared Lost in Spanish City--People on Roofs Await Rescue
Turia River flooded; some 18 drown, Valencia; map
Venezuela Airliner Hits Peak, Kills 25; 10 From U.S. Lost; 25 DIE AT CARACAS IN A PLANE CRASH Rockefeller Shunned Plane Peete Was Going to Valencia Bridgeport Visitor on Plane
Nelson switches flight plans; plane of original flight crashes
JOHN EBERSON, 79, ARCHITECT, IS DEAD; Designed 500 Theatres in U.S. and Abroad, Including the Paradise, Valencia Here
Navy Air Quartet Bags 43 Planes; Teamwork Lures Foe in Sights; Valencia, Division Leader With 23 Japanese Downed, Perfectecd Unit's Death-Dealing Finesse by Keeping It Flying
Pacific role noted
SPANIARD ADMITS ROLE IN 225 DEATHS; Prisoner Said to Have Added That 20,000 Were Slain in a Prison in Madrid HUNDREDS JAILED DAILY Two Brothers From Valencia Are Accused of 192 Murders --Visa Delay Continues Praises Spain for Tourists Number of Visas
Amers in employ avoid bldg; officials have difficulty in getting passports to leave Spain for short time
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