OREGON: Another Plane Crash

PRESTWICK, Scotland, Oct. 21 (AP)

—Thirty-nine persons were dead tonight from the wreck of the Dutch airliner that crashed near here in an early morning fog today. The plane had forty aboard . . .

In 1927, Vincent Gaman, a restless Czechoslovakian fanner, set out for America, promising to send soon for his wife, Marija, and their three daughters. He settled in Oregon, went to work in the sawmills, and in six years had saved enough money to bring them over. But Marija was not ready to come yet. She wanted to build a brick house on the old farm (that way...

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