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In Negros Chiefs Trial In Candidate Slaying By th« Associated Press MANILA, Nov. 26. — Thirty live witnesses in the slaying of a defeated Nacionalista (Oppo sition) Party candidate and other alleged terrorist activity in Ne gros Occidental Province will be brought here to testify at a hear ing for suspended Gov. Rafael Lacson. President Elpidio Quirino sus pended Gov. Lacson, a Liberal like himself, on charges of failure to perform his duties. The gov ernment integrity board had not set a date for the hearing. Charges of murder already Ifive been filed in Magallon, a town in Negros Occidental, against 18 persons. Five of these are de scribed as agents of Gov. Lacson. Moises Padilla was arrested, tortured and paraded through three towns after he was defeated in the race for Mayor of Magal lon. In a funeral oration yesterday at Mr. Padilla's grave in Manila, Dr. Jose P. Laurel said, “Some body must assume the moral re sponsibility for this precarious and intolerable situation.” Laurel, puppet president dur ing the Japanese occupation, is leader of the Nacionalista Party which won a resounding victory in the off-year senate and pro vincial elections. I Glamorous Islands Of Pacific Put On Airways Route By the Associated Press SYDNEY, Australia. Nov. 26 — Tasman Empire Airways, Ltd., is planning scheduled flights among the glamorous islands of the South Sea. The company has announced plans to start, around the end of the year, a flying boat service giving Tahiti its first aerial con nection with the outside world. The line for years has linked Australia and New Zealand with Suva, on Fiji, 1,300 miles from Auckland. The new plans call for an exten- j sion from Suva to Apia. Samoa, then to Aitutaki, in the Cook Islands, and on to Tahiti. Tahiti is approximately 3,600 miles from Auckland. Frequency of the service has not yet been determined. COAL BLACK DIAMOND EGG $13.64 VA. NUT $17.88; STOVE $18.13 VA. PEA $14.68; POCA NUT $16.10 POCA STOVE & EGG $17.95 PA. STOVE $23.05; NUT $22.90 PA. PEA $19.05; BUCK $15.85 BRIQUETS $20.15 li TONS CHEERFULLY DELIVERED IMMEDIATE DELIVERY ORDERS TAKEN DAY OR NIGHT ALASKA COAL CO. NA. 5885 OT. 7300 Maryland Man Heads New RFC Rubber Unit Ay the Associated Press Leland E. Spencer of Cumber land, Md.. vice president of the Kelly Springfield Tire Co., yester day became chief of the Recon struction Finance Corp.’s newly set up synthetic rubber division. RFC Administrator W. Stuart Symington announced Mr. Spen cer’s appointment, and said he would assume his new duties at once. Mr. Spencer will have charge of the production of synthetic rubber in Government-owned plants. Super Geiger Counter Announced at Penn By the Associated Press PHILADELPHIA. 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