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Albuquerque Tribune (Newspaper) - July 2, 1955, Albuquerque, New MexicoA Ducai fair today and Little change in temperatures. Albuquerque new Mexico saturday july 2, 1955 him n. M Price seven pets clash youth is killed where s it George i peso and his family Are puzzled by the antics of their Garden Hose. He and his wife and daughter Suzanne watch 14 feet now As the Hose Burrows deeper into the Lawn. I peso dug the Hole to try and find out what was happening. Up telephoto Garden Hose is going Down Down into ground from i d Start digging and find disappearing Hose on George i peso s Lawn Sank another foot into the ground in the lest 12 hours and the Telephone continued jingling madly in his suburban Home. For the last 48 hours the i peso family has watched the half Inch rubber Hose it s now Down 14 feet. They re just a Little weary of phone Calls visits from strangers and friends and delayed meals. Started thursday i pest said it All began thursday afternoon when his 10-year-old daughter Suzanne ran into the House and breath Lessly announced the Hose la stuck in the her Mother mrs. Ruth d peso 30, went outside and Trier to pull the Hose which has no nozzle from a no Luck neighbors tried. Still to Luck i peso came Home and Trie his hand. Still no results. He then backed his car around tied the Loose end of the Hose to the bumper and pulled away in loss gear. The Hose broke about five fee from the bumper and another in inches disappeared into 4h ground. De peso tied the broken ent to tile faucet and left the Hosi overnight. By yesterday morning two More feet had disappeared Anc the faucet pipe was Bent of of shape. Penetrates hard Clay the truck Driver then dug a Cut two feet Down around the Lionso. The ground was dry. Tiv Hose had penetrated hard Clay at that Point or. Ian Camp Bell of the Cal tech geology department arrived to inspect inc stubborn length of plastic to speculated someone a a practical joke by could not decide just How it to feeling done. But i la Tell you Camp Bell said. If that were my Hose hat s on. possible cause a possible cause of the phen Umenori came Forth this morning mrs. I peso admitted thai be had turned on the water to by to Force the Hose up by water pressure. In similar cases in the past cd Raudic engineers have explained that when a Hose is in on tact with some Sandy soils Vater creates suction pulling i nto the ground. City Champion loses in upset Jack Butler Defeated defend no Champion. Bob Ortega 1-u n a first round upset in the Cit Golf tournament at University course today. To Frazier finalist in the Cit meet two years ago also was us set by pet Shupp 1-up. Die fab Ace a Defeated by teammate Mont Bee 3 and 2. In of her first round matche Eddie Moya Defeated Bob an Gus 2 and Bill Rosenblath de rated Jack Gruelt sr., 2 and 1 Jimmy Breen Defeated War Bilderbeck 2 and 1 Al Boyd j Defeated Ray Morrison 5 and Vic Giron Defeated Jim mor Gan 1-up Bill Mackenzie de Tea Ted John Olson 3 and 2 Billy Moya Defeated Joe Hicke 2 and Fleming Norvell de Fca cd Walt Nicol 3 and 2 e Nie Fresquez Defeated Al Beery 4 and 3 and hand or Hmidi Defeated Alex Miera 4 and 3. Informant lists communists 5 fires cause heavy damage in Albuquerque arson suspect arrested after shed Burns heavy damage was caused in five fires last night and Early Oday. Firemen answered eight alarms Between 8 . And 4 . In All. A 20-year-old Man was arrested for investigation of arson As the result of one of the blazes. Police said he was arrested after being observed jumping a Fence near the scene of the fire. Destroys shed the Man in custody was. Arrested near the scrim of a fire which destroyed a shed and Fence and. Damaged a storage room furniture arid a truck. The fire occurred at 1825 eighth St. New breaking out shortly after 3 . Asst. Fire chief Simon Selig Man said the truck owned by Alpaca inc., 1828-eighth St. New was parked close to the damaged and destroyed building. The damaged furniture was in the storage room. The property is owned by Joe Cotinola. Isidro Martinez was listed As occupant police said the suspect in Cus Tody has been arrested several times in the past in connection with fires in the same area. He vacation Pac service Aid to subscribers there Are no extra charges for a Tribune vacation Pac service. All your tribunes will be saved at their regular Price while you Are out of town and delivered to you in. A Handy plastic you return to the City. If you want to keep abreast of the Hometown news Tell your newsboy you want a Tribune Pac or phone the circulation depart ment at 3-6661. Los Angeles july j tie House in american actin ies subcommittee today has a session of. A list of.91 South in californians that a former undercover agent for the Fri As identified As communists. Stephen a we feb 57, opera or of a typewriter service firms turned the list Over to the sub of Rottee yesterday. He said he 91 were communist party members he knew while a Mem or of the party s suburban Hawthorne Inglewood group rom january 1944 to january 948. Rep. Morgan varned the witness that great damage could be. Done to inno cent persons having the same names As those listed How did take he asked. Sometime s menial sometimes m match covers and sometimes on the backs of the. Peoples world a communist new spa said Wereb. He said he was particularly careful be Ause i did t want to smear Wereb said that some of the names on his list were spelled phonetically and that some Hen Mav be fictitious. Of Fine weather for was also charged with drunk enness. Bedroom gutted a bedroom at the Horpe of g. E. Goldsworthy 1625 five Points so was gutted and the Kitchen and bathroom scorched by fire believed caused by a cig Aret. The rest of the House was damaged by smoke. Selig Man said the Blaze broke out in the bedroom. A storage room at the Home of. Roman Ortiz 812 Marquez so was destroyed by fire of unknown origin. The Blaze spread to the Ortiz Home and that of Flora Chavez 813 mar Quez so both houses were scorched. A firecracker stand in the 900 Block of Coal so was destroyed when Sparks from a Sparkler ignited it. The stand was owned a Leo Montana smoke Damare at bar a cig Aret caused a fire which burned a Hole in the floor and caused smoke damage at Francis bar 1309 fourth St so. A Short circuit in wiring started a fire in a new Ford at the Jones motor co., 3226 Central be. Only th.3 wiring was dam aged Seligman Saiu. Other Calls were made to san Mateo and Candelaria where a trash fire in a vacant lot was extinguished and to second and Silver where a false alarm was turned in. Mine Mil Union continues strike in 14 states settlement not expected before late next week from Ptim Elsp Ottelea Denver july miners today crippled the nation s production of Copper Zinc and Lead. Some members of the International mine Mill and smelter workers. Union ind stayed off their jobs for the second straight Day. Three major and several minor non ferrous metals producers in 14 states were. Struck starting with Day shifts yester Day. Both Federal conciliators and Union doubt that a settlement would be readied before late next . Major producer the three major producers Are american smelting and refining Kennicott Copper and Phelps Dodge. Negotiations be tween bar gainers and Kennicott Copper. Representatives at Salt Lake City Utah were recessed last night by were scheduled is reopen later today. Negotiations with Phelps pro sem f. Schmidt of the Crutch Douglas ariz., has advised a Way. To shipping r tags which baby Burros bought a habit of eating be places the tag in a can which is tied to the Burro s neck. Sewer engineers oppose trial hero Happy birthday Edwin l. My chem former governor and now a practising attorney Here today celebrated his birthday. Or. Mechem was 43 today. Almost swipes apricots Bear tries to muscle in on picnic in Sandias a Mcdium-sl3e Black Bear she said. Most broke up a picnic in the Sandia mountains yesterday. Or. And Darwin c. Bear waa trying thing to grooms j104 col reported today that they saw the boar yesterday while picnicking at a Forest service Campground on Las Huertas Creek several East of plan Callas. Sec hic food mrs. Grooms said that she and her family were seated it a Pic Nic to nolo when no of her cell Dren spotted the boar attempt ing to climb into the trunk of the family car. I and Somo apr lots in trunk and flip trunk he

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