Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 31, 1951 · Page 6
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GREELEY DAILY TRIBl'NE Monday, D«*. 31j RMC Starts League Play During Week ^, !c. 30--.f--The Rocky Y'.-:*y :iin conference opens its ;:·"_' b.-.sketball season this wrek- c:: i w::h f o u r league games on tap. Mcr.tiu:i State, defending cham- i . TV-TS and favored to repeat this pl "? sU , 1k1)0) ; yi-ar. e n t e r t a i n s the Idaho State Var.rta'.s Friday and Saturday r::htf. Colorado Mines and West- tvr. State tangle at Gunnison, CV.p.. the same nights. Colorado Stale hosts Rests col- Irsp of Denver in a non-league 5i - j:ame Thursday night. The other conference member, Colorado college, is idle. In non-conference competition last week. Montana State dumped Eastern Washington. 84-81 Friday, while Colorado college dropped a pair in the Sunshine tourney at Portales, N. Mex. Eastern New Mexico defeated CC. S8-5C. in a Friday night encounter and Howard Payne breezed past the Tigers, 64-50 Saturday night. Basketball (Anociat«d PICAS) 5ig Seven Tournament Kansas 75, Missouri 65 (cham- Kansas State S4. Oklahoma 69. | Stanford 75, Colorado 69. '· Iowa State 75, Nebraska 66. Southwestern Tournament j TCU 65, Texas AM 35 (chani: pionship). Texas 65. Vanderbilt 49. City Series Opens Tonight At Gunter Hall The first game of the twenty- fcur'.t rr- :i! oily series will be played at Gunter Hall tonight (Monday) with Greeley high's Wildcats slight favorites to defeat College high's Bulldogs. The tipoff is set for 8 p. m. The second teams play in the 6:45 p. m. curtain-raiser. Cy Butterfield, College high Britain lo Pay loan Installment Despite Poverty Rice 52. Southern Methodist 47. Arkansas 5S. Baylor 44. Dixie Classic X. C. State 51, Cornell 49 (cham- onship). Southern California 87. Duke 69. North Carolina 61. Columbia 60. Navy 79, Wake Forest 44. Delta, Colo. Tourney Boulder 37. Delta 20. Grand Junction 62, Price, Utah. Price. Utah 42, Boulder 40. Grand Junction 53, Delta 36. Sunday S,un Carnival New Mexico AM 55, North Texas 54 (championship). West Texas 71, Texas Western .51. Saturday Sugal Bowl St. Louis 61, Kentucky 60 (cham- |pionship). Villanova 72, Brlgham Young 55. Boston Invitation coach, will start Mark Whetstone and Harry Palmer, forwards; Gene Mossberg. center; Butch Brunuer and Steve Hummel, guards, with Hubert Rusch and Don Shewmake also tabbed for action. Greeley Hi?h Coach Jim Baggot has three definite starters: Center Kenneth Schlagel, Forward Bob Dahlstrom, Washington. Dtc. 30.--f--Great Britain, although hard pressed financially, turns over to the United States tomorrow almost 13S million dollars as the first payment ou ^ $4,!i3,WO.V(W debt. Because of her acule monetary crisis. Britain had a choice of waiving interest payment amounting to 87 million dollars. But she chose to pay the full amount. Of the total payment, more than 119 million dollars is the lirst installment on repayment of a 53,750,000.000 loan from the U. S. iu 194*1. The remaining amount is due under a settlement on U. S. World War 1 aid. under which Britain owes $002.899,000. The two lumped together, bearing 2 per cent interest, called for payment of 138 to 140 million dollars by Dec. 31 each year lor the next 50 years. Big 7 Opens League Play Coming Week ! Highway Maintenance Men Caught In Slide Frank Sedgman Stays Amateur Kansas City, Dec. 30.--'ji--The ; failed to levive him. Big Seven conference will begin | The other. Frank Krek. 25, was its 1951 basketball race this week ! rei-orted in good condition after the following its sixth December t o u r - ! ordeal, nanieut v.oii by the Kansas Jay- · While Krek was not immediately and Guard Theodus Holland. The other two spots will be filled by either Frank Morris. Bill Droege mueller. Don Rahlstrom. or Bob Rutterford. Wayne Nordell, Jin Tanner, and Bob Uuyle w i l l also be hawks. Colorado and Oklahoma, both off to none-too-good starts in non-conference play, open the chase at Norman, Okla., Thursday. Colorado has wou (July 3 of 10 games, Oklahoma 2 of 9. Kansas, which is unbeaten iu teu Starts, will meet Oklahoma at I available to tell how he survived tl!e 5 i(ie - maintenance men said it was likely the slide, in burying the lickui truck, left an airspace un- dernealh allowing Krek lo breathe until he was dus; out. The accident occurred on highway 50 near Lake Tahoe. Both 50 and 40--northern California's two The three and three-quarter billion dollar loan was granted to help put Britain on her feet after World War II. U. S. officials said then the loan ought to be enoughl to make Britain self-sufficient. The treasury predicted that by 1951 stalls, »ni iiicei vfkiauunia at , . . , . . , ., Lawrence, Kas.. Saturday. At the bli: .'"?" highway outlets lo .'»; «»,,,,, !!,,,,, MU. n ,,ri w i n i.. :,i !.,«·» oiisl-lm\c ueeii closed since last same time Missouri will be at Iowa State and Colorado at Nebraska. Missouri, beaten In the finals of the tournament by Kansas 75-05, ] has a non-league date with La Salle of Philadelphia Thursday. The Kansas State Wildcats limit | their activity to a game with Arl- Sports in Brief (AlsociBtfd Prets) Baseball Caracas. Venezuela -- Chicago Carrastiuel paid he had signed a 1952 contract for $20.onO to play shortstop for the Chicago White Sox. N*w York -- Allie Reynolds, New York Yankees' double no-hit right- hander, was named player of the year by the New York baseball writers. Tennis Holy Cross 78, Boston College 59 I (championship). llucknell 75, Arizona State (Tern- pe) 67. Hooller Classic Notre Dame 64, Purdue 50. Indiana, 87, Butler 71. Gator Bowl Clemson 85. Georgia 60. Florida 61. Florida State 51. All-College Toi'rney Oklahoma City 62, Tulsa 41 (championship). Tulane 73, Alabama 67. Wyoming 64, San Francisco 48. Oklahoma AM 52, Idaho 42. Midwest Tourney Hungary Paying Ransom Is Confession nij;ht by blizzard conditions in the mountain parses. Fifty fellow workers, forest service men and volunteers dug the two men out. available for the Wildcats. i Braltain would be able to start re- Whetstone is a - n e w starter for payment without hardship. College high. The 5-11 sophomore has come along fast since being | brought up from the 1) squad and j has turned in good performances as I a substitute iu several first string games, lie's the Bulldogs sparkplug. Greeley high turned in its best performance of the season in losing to a strong Cheyenne team, 64-52, last Friday night. Schlagcl, who has had trouble getting started, scored 10 points, but still lacls aggressiveness. Frank Morris--also disappointing in previous tilts--found I his scoring eye and netted 13. The Budapest. Hungary, Dec. 30--IJPI Wildcats have exhibited steady 1m- --Hungary's official communist provemeiit throuout the season and party newspaper. Szabad Nep, de- hope to hit their peak against the clared today that the U. S. govern- ''Rape Charge Against m me lounia-1 r I n r\ I a r r e d b - t h e e j e c - ErrOl 1^1111 Dropped of its great all- ' rr zona at M a n h a t t a n Saturday. Kansas' success in the tournament finals was man tlon for the game of its g American, Clyde Lovellette. with three minutes of play remaining. 1 M o n t e Carol. Monaco, Dec. 30-Lovellette Ousted and Booed *--Klha Actor F.rrol Flynn was Lovellette, who holds every Big fi " ;lll - v cleared of a two-year-old Seven scoring record, got thrown ''"I 16 clml 'S e toda '- The Muna :l out after s'epping on the stomach ""mmum magistrate threw out a of Missouri freshman star. Win- su " brought by the g i r l s parent fred Wilfong who had fallen to '"' » million francs ($2.800) iu the floor during, a scramble for a damages, loose ball. I T ' ie parents of the girl, who was i Place! viHe. tali!.. Dec. !·.'.-- A si:vv,'slide six feet deep buried! two highway luaiuttuance men tor j , two hours today. Oue died. The se*c-1 v!id was still alive when, dug trom \ -..,, the snow and will recover. B * G A Y L E TALBOT The victim. James S. Swaiiord. | Sydney, Dec. :;o--f-- Frank i 37. was crushed agains'. a truck. | Sedgman, Australian Da\is Cuo ] [ T w o hours of artificial respiration j star and right now probably the i ' best amateur tennis player iu the i world, made it definite today that j he will ylay for his country again ! in the Davis Cup play. Putting an end to rumors that he would turn professional, the blond net star said he definitely ·ould be available in the Aussies' exl defense of the cup which he ·as chiefly responsible for their eeping in last week's challenge ound matches. His statement aused alternate glee and despair u the respective ranks of the Aus- ralian and United States Davis Cup committees. WEEKEND FOOTBALL BOWL SCORES | (Amod.tfd fntn) | Sunday Ladd Air Force 47. Alaska U. 0 (Ice Bowl at Fairbanks. Alaska). Saturday East 15, West 14 (Shrine Bowl at San Francisco). Gray 20, Blue 11 (Blue-Cray at Montgomery. Ala). Brooke Army (Tex) Medical 2«. , Tit in*'. Mariue '."O'yi retruit- is? ttf.i'.'U »as a sv:oke-fflled wa- iterlroct it-idezvuus known as Tun '.Tavern on South Water Street in ROLLER SKATE The old year out and the New Year in MON., DEC. 31st Hats-Novelties-Prizes WARNOCO ROLLER RINK Bulldog». ment was perfectly aware on Nov. Wayne (Detroit) 69, Ottawa New Orleans -- Eddie Moylan of (Kas) 63 (championship). Wilmington, Del., trimmed Gardnar Indiana State 179, Indiana Gen- Mulloy of Miami -1-0, 6-0, G-2, 6-0 in tral 59T finals of Sugar Bowl tournament. Enid Tourney Racing Ilcgis 63, Fort Hays (Kas) S7 Arcadia, Calif. -- N o r t h e r n Star (championship). ($9.30) won $20,000 Palos Verdos East Central (Okla) 88, Peru handicap at Santa Anita with Count ( N e b ) 67. College high is a h u n g r y basket- 19 that its air force transport plane ball' team, still seeklnc Us lirst had landed in Hungary. It charged victory of the season. Like Oreelcy, that the big air search that tol- College higb has shown Improve- lowed was a fake. v ment In each outing and if the The paper Informed Hungarian Bulldogs can turn in a consistent, readers in a front page editorial top-flight performance, they may that Washington ordered the Hun- upset the Wildcats. In losing to ga rian consulate., in New York Sterling, 50-38, last week, College and Cleveland closed and banned high had a miserable first half, mak- trave i for Americana in this coun- ing only three of 28 shots and tr y as a retaliation for the con- missing 22 attempts within five vision of the four crewmen of the presentation of the championship K" st 1;lst ' ear - They 8ald the ' trophy to Phog Allen, Kansas | W TM1«" «"'=,. the _^ m lo charity if coach. "~ Bruce Drake of Oklahoma, chairman of the national .Basketball rules , ,. , . , , , , , , , ,,, committee; Ileaves Peters. cxecu- TM"VS" W ± ! ^.l" 8 ^?'Sf they won the case. Flynn was handed a summons ,t Monte Carlo during the re- tlve secretary of the Big Seven and Coach Wilbur Stalcup of Missouri to film starlet Patrice Wymore. He denied the accusations made feet of the basket. But. in the second halt, it was a different story. plane. Szabad Nep belittled the effect each took turns over the public «K al » 8t hlm - and """"ed them address system in appealing to the 'blackmail. spectators to quiet down. ' hroughout, the girl, who had Lovellette and Wilfong had al- worked as a salesgirl in a local ready shaken hands. I dime store, was referred to as This was Turk last In his comeback try. Hockey at a Glance (A*fifcialcd'Press) Sunday's Results National League Toronto 2. New York 2 (tie). American League Hershey 7, Buffalo U. Cincinanti 4, Pittsburgh 2. ;Provldence 3. Syracuse 2. Cleveland 3, Indianapolis 2. Deaths and Funerals Arkansas Tech 86, Washburn 52. East Texas Baptist 51, Phillips | University 48. Sunshine Tourney Southwest (Okla) State 64. Cen- Ural (Okla) State 62 (overtime) I (championship). Panhandle AM 45, Eastern New |.Mexico 38. , Southeastern (Okla) State 70, I Howard Payne 41. Abilenn Christian 58, Colorado College 56. Sun Carnival North Texas State 77, Toias Vestern 68. New Mexico AM 72, West Texas State 57. Jaycee Tourney College high hit 32 per cent, and o( these raeaBure s, declaring that outplayed and outscored Sterling ,, the Hungarian's people democra- 25-18, but couldn't wail- the dam- , n certalnl y endure this ter- age done in the first half. The Bull- '. b . Mow ,, dogs also forced University high of , t ' d howem% t h a l tue Laramle to the limit before losing, 50-48, on Dec. 21. Baggot has never lost a city series title in nine years of coaching at Greeley high. He took over the helm at the start of the 1942 1 43 season and his teams have won the city series crown since that time. College high's last city series title was won in 1942. Greeley has won 15 city series championships and College high 8. In the last eight years, College high has won but two city series games, once in 19-15 and again in The 6 feet 9 inch Kansas center Mmle. Danielle D- scored 26 points--the ninth time he because use by the press of the has beaten 23 in tournament play-- surname of a minor Involved iu before leaving the game. It gave such cases makes the press liable him a record total of 222 points for to damage suits, three years of play in the meet, Both Flynn and the girl had a a 24.7 average. meeting with the examining magistrate in Noveniber last year, but the case never came into open court. \(cn J Calen^a't, December 31--New Year's Eve Dance. Legionnaires, Auxiliary and Guests. January 1--Open House, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Legionnaires and Auxiliary January 3--6 p.m., Fellowship Hour 6:30 p.m., Dinner 8 p.m., Legion Meeting January 10--Auxiliary Meeting ARELLANO Mrs. Perfecta Arellano of east of, Greeley. Recitation of the Rosary 7:30 p. m. Tuesday from Macys drawing room. Requiem Mass 9 a. m. Wednesday from Our Lady of Peace Church. Interment Linn Grove. BOHLENDER Mrs. Katherine Bohlender of Gilcrest. Mother of J. T. Bohlender and Mrs. Lydia Koeh- ] ler both of Platteville, Mrs. Katherine Woodbury of Needles, Calif., John Bohlender of Orange, Calif., and Wm. and Fred both of Gilcrest. Services 2 p.m. Wednesday from Macys Drawing Room. Interment Linn Grove. ECKHARDT John Jacob Eckhardt of 1007 Fourth avenue. Husband of Mrs. Mary Eckhardt. Father of J. J. Eckhardt of Greeley, Mrs. Jacob K. H o f f m a n and David Eckhardt both of Fort Morgan, and Mrs. David Urel- liauer of Kersey. Brother of John and George Eckhardt both of Greeley, and Paul Eckhardt of Denver. Services 2 p.m. Thursday from St. Paul's Congregational church. Interment Linn Grove. HOLLAND Dale R. Holland of 2035 Sth Avc. Husband of Mrs. Barbara Holland. Father of .lack B. R., end James W. Holland both of Groeley. G r a n d f a t h e r of Michael Dale Holland, and Martin Heed lloland both of Grec- Joy. Services 1:"0 p. m. Monday from Macys drawing room. I n t e r m e n t Linn Grove. 1949. Greeley won city scries titles Ricks (Idaho) 80, C o n i p ton (Calif) 57. Carbon ( U t a h ) 55, Weber (Utah) 57. Dixie ( U t a h ) 55, Mesa (Colo) 53. Spartan Classic Michigan State 52, Princeton 46. Minnesota 75, Dartmouth 62. Other Saturday Games East St. John's (Brooklyn) 62, Dayton 60. Utah 56, St. Joseph's (Pa) 43. St. Bonaventure 73, Western Kentucky 60. Canisius 89, Arizona 78. St. Francis (Brooklyn) 67, 1111- ois Wesleyan 4S. Washington' and Jefferson 68, CNY 59. Midwest UCLA 67, Bradley 66. Bowling Green S3, Hamling 6S. Xavier (0) 77. Cincinnati 70. Duqnesne 79, Youngstovii 42. Beloit 111. Kansas Wesleyan 63. South Dakota State 73, Grinnell Minnesota Dululh 61, North Da- iota State 54. South Penn SO,'Miami (Fla) 64. Stetson 64, Yale 52. Far West Washington S3, Northwestern GO. Santa Clara 63. U t a h State 62. Washington State 62, Ohio State in 1929, 1934, 1935, 1938, 1910, 1941, l'J43, 1944, 1945, 1946, 1947, 1948, 1949, 1951), and 1951. College high won in 1930, 1931, 1932, 1933, 1936, 1937, 1939, and 1942. 54. Colorado AM 87. Lewis Clark 9. Oregon 58. St. Mary's (Calif) 56. Montana State 68, Eastern Washington 59. Eastern M o n t a n a 77, Northern Wyoming 57. W i l l a m e t t e 57, Central Washington 47. Montana S3. Gonzapt 64. Z l t l t K i : A'i:usi B a i - n h a M Xiorke. I'ncle rl F. A. Tin!! nf (irovi'r. Colo. V u i i ' ; a l s i - n i l i'-s Grovc-r Comn , u n i t y Chiii-i-h. r.:;o p.m. V.'f'inf^dHy. InK-niK'iK G i o \ c r C i : · · ' · ! · . MARSHALL'S FLOWERS "Your Friendly Florist"' Win ;; I'rires Are As Krieud- iy as the atmosphere. Phone 2565-W North 11th Avt. Greenhouses Bowi Facts Xcw York, Dec. 31.--!fl--Facts nnd f i g u r e s on tomorrow's major football bowl games, showing name of bowl. site, opponents with won, lost and tied records in brackets, m o u n t a i n starting times, probable attendance and radio broadcasts if a n y : Rose Bowl--Pasadena, Calif.-Illinois (S-O-U vs. Stanford (D-i-0), 3 p.m. moon, n.-.rf-ic .-:;-;c. Sugar Bowl. New Orleans--Tennessee (10-0-0) vs. M a r y l a n d (9(i-i) 12:15 p.m. SS.OOO. Radio ABC. C o t t o n Howl. D a l l a s -- K e n t u c k y ( 7 - I - 0 ) vs. Texas Christian (6-1-0). 12 noon. 75.349. Radio NBC. i Orange Bowl, Miami--Gent-gin i Tech (10-0-1) vs. Baylor (S-l-1), 12 . noon. 65.000. Radio CBS. H a i o r Bowl, Jacksonville. Fla. -- M i a m i (Fla) (7-"-0) \f. Clemfon : (7-2-f). 12 noon, 3S.500. Radio, M u - t u a l . Rose Bowl Tilt May Again Be Muddy Affair By BOB M Y E R S Pasadena, Calif., Dec. 30.--divisions of a repetition of the mudd;, Stanford-Columbia Rose Bowl foot ball game in 1934 brought concert today to most everyone involved in the lllinois-SUnford contest in tin big saucer on New Year's dny. Soaking rain yesterday and to day poured on Southern Californi in general and the bowl In pai ticular. Tournament of Roses officials often taceu w i t h the prospect of mud battle but seldom hit by om kept their collective fingers crosse and assured one and all that th skies would he clear by Tuesday. And, they said, the bowl will h dry and fast. Actually the stadium, with an u usual high crown of 12 inches an ;ravel base, drains quickly, i the 1934 game, it actually drained of about two feet of wate n the lunirs just preceding tl cngeuoment. There had been a cloudburst the night before. Co;ich R n y I'JIiot of Illinois is on record as hoping for a tasl, dry t u r f . His hope caused some surprise, since it would appear the Stanford passinc attack would be I hurt more and t h e Illinois nmnin; game less by wet weather. Chuck Taylor, the outspoken Stanford pilot, put it this way: "It makes no diHerem-o. wet or dry, A m u d d y or wet field might h u r t t h e m as much as us. or belli them a? much as us. We're ready lo go, regardless." House Leader Swings To Taft FRESH FLOWER FUNERAL SPRAYS "Cor.f.incntly the Best- Free DcUverj BENSON'S W. Levelsnd Rd. Ph. «1 Washington. Ilcc.. SO.--'.-TV-Hop. Leslie G. Arcnds. ,1 republican house leader, announced t o r n i ; i i l y t o d a y his support if Senator Kohert A. T a f t of Ohio for the GOP presidential m i n i i i K i t i n n . A r r n d s is republican bouse w h i second in command to llousr Lrad- er Joe M a r t i n of Mas-sachusottH. He said in a s t a t e m e n t t h a t w i t h T a t t Morton Nesrsta of Hie- I n s t i t u t e j TM P'"H!?nt. "we wulrt stop this i i s t h - si:v!l»ff srirt p l a y u - in t h e ' ! i v m z ln a f ""' s I'"''IM-. -. S'liiihu-cM Conference. The little i " ' h c A n n - m a n voti-r w a n i s if-.oi-bomore is listed as 1-17 pounds. 'i*--l"T;".rly -" '-ml t h i s era nt ,-nn- j .--.--. l t i n n i n g d e f i ' - i t s ami political (Kc-it. ! TK°. hicbrst ("am battiiic aver- j A r ? n l s ssid. "Hub T.ilt'a is \ff.e in t h e major? was the .3-131 (1;" of a ].-:i.l American. It i. tin- of the H'J! Philadelphia 01 iy k i n d f on -.vhith our i. 1 r .publican p a r l y r a n win.' 1 Lovellette Claims It Was Accident fliers of premeditated violation of the Hungarian border and fining them $120,000 was "just and cor Lawrence, Kas., Dec. 30. -- (/PI-This was proved, the paper said, Clyde Lovellette, the University of hy the fact that the U. S. govern-, ment paid the fines, that the fliers said today the Incident re accepted the court's verdict and sulting In his ejection from the final game of the Big Seven basketball tion the case of the confiscated tournament was "unpreventable." nlane any more." Lovellette, the greatest acdrer in The four fliers were released Big Seven history, was removed last Friday and turned over to from the game by officials three American authorities at the Aus- minutes before Kansas gained the tra-Hungarlan border after the U. championship last night with a 75 Regular Hours 5 to 7 o'clock government paid the J120.000. 65 victory over Missouri. he men are Capt. Dave E. Henerson of Shawnee, Okla., Capt. hawker had stepped on the stom ohn J. Swift of Glens Falls, N. Y., /Sgt. Jess Duff of Spokane, Wash,, Winfred Wilfong who had fallen to ml Sgt. James A. Elam of Kings- the floor in a scramble with Lovellette for possession of a loose ball. Lovellette explained: "Wilfong and I were rebounding and, Ark. The paper also maintained that Hungary had a right to hold por- Cafeteria Marshall and I guess he fell backwards. The ous such as the four fliers incom hall went out of bounds. Just as I turned around there he was. 1 tried There is no international law or to avoid It, but f couldn't. "I'm sorry It happened. T guess he American legation or consular everybody thought It was deliberate. It was just an unpreventable ac- American border violators," it de- Lovellette said tension was high The American fliers said they in the late stages. of the game, .ost their way on a routine flight but he added that it was no higher g supplies from Brdiug- to than in many previous games. Belgrade, Yugoslavia, and finally landed at a strange field when down his cheeks, and Wilfong had their fuel began to run out. shaken hands minutes before spec S. authorities said the last tators had been "cleared from the they had heard from the plane was floor and the championship trophy that it had been fired on by Hun- presented to Coach Phog Allen of guards and was turning back in hopes of reaching a safe landing in Yugoslavia or Italy. Icicle K i l l s Child' Chicago, Dec. 30-- Ml-- A A huge · air search was set up pound icicle fell from a three-story Nov. 20 over the, Italian and Yugo- roof today and fatally injured eight , slax Alps and continued for several year-old Richard Tock. Police said days while, in reply to U. S. nuerios the icicle was three feet long and Hungary and Romania said they had no information about the plane Hichard and his brother, William, news of the plane's 5, were playing near their home New Years Eve and New Years Day 'Til 9:30 iim when the icicle was dislodged by hereabouts reached the west on thawing we?ther. William was not Dec. 3, when the Soviet news agency Tass said it hsd been forced down by Russian fighter planes m hurt. Richard died two hours later. Hungary. The U. S. denies Hungarian and Russian charges that the plane was 'first consideration.- U. S. state de- to be used to drop spies and saboteurs behind the Iron Curtain. The partment officials fiaid further action on the incident would be determined after the fliers' full story A m e r i c a n government termed the --some of it told secretly to U. S. fines It paid a "ransom" but said the liberation of the fliers was the ' intelligence officers--was studied. Wednesday Evening from Economq box 43 napkins 2 BOXES Over! By Popular Demand ick Lucas Celebrate New Year's Eve Tonight At The Wai Three Big Acts! Favors and Dancing! Phone 2288 or 567 For Reservation*,

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