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Red Cross Girls Model Wierd ‘Undy’ Assortment KYOTO, Jan. 3 —U.fi)— Twenty seven Japanese girls learned to , day what American Red Cross girls wear under their trim uniforms— a wierd assortment of lingerie im provised in their march from Mel bourne to Tokyo. The American girls modeled their underwear for the Japanese girls who work in local Red Cross club3 —everything from the latest state side frills to jingle jobs made out of parachute silk and "‘he current ly popular long khaki v, lollens. Eyewitness reports •'it was a ‘ladies only” affair; said the fash ion parade included the following creations: “I Do” — modeled by a petite brunette secretary who has been overseas 26 months. It’s a pink slip, trimmed in ecru eyelet, with less delicate work done by a Guad alcanal rat. ‘‘Evening in Yokohama”—a daz zling contrast produced by wearing a white slip over a khaki wool undershirt. “Hug Me Tight”—what the Red Cross outdoor worker wears un der her field jacket and slacks: ankle-length, long-sleeved under wear. “I Must Love You for Yourself’ _khaki rayon jersey ensemble created by the War department SAVE MONEY k ON YOUR I WORK I CLOTHES I NEEDS S — AT- I D’LUGIN’S H 10 South Front Street 9L and sold exclusively by the quar termaster’s sales depot. Slips, nighties and negligees made of salvaged parachute silk and nylon were displayed in large numbers. The 27 Japanese girls watched impassively but did not disclose their under-the-kimona apparel. GROCERS’ EMPLOYE HELD AFTER FATAL SHOOTING OF BOXER PHILADELPHIA. Jan. 1—UP>—A 29-year-old grocery company em ploye was held tonight on a homi cide charge in the fatal shooting of Joseph G. Sofi, 30, a boxer. Sofi’s body was found early to day lying in a pool of blood at a South Philadelphia street intersec tion. He had been shot once through the head and once through the body with a .38 calibre pistol. A short time later police arrest ed Frank Aganella and Detective Lt. Frank May quoted him as ad mitting he shot Sofi after a bar room brawl. A hearing was set for tomorrow. Four Die In Blaze After Celebration CHELMSFORD, Mass., Jan. 1— OJ.R)—'Two recently discharged serv icemen and a baby were among four persons burned to death today when fire broke out in a two-story home here a few hours after a gay New Year’s eve party. The dead were James Maclver, 26, his wife, Mary, 25, and their 15-months-old daughter, Maureen, who perished in their second-floor bedroom, and Thomas Cobery, 24, of Lowell who was a guest at the party. Three others including Co bery’s wife escaped unharmed. BUY U. S. VICTORY BONDS KIN KOO CANCELS ! KOREAN STRIKES — SEOUL, Korea, Jan. 1. — OJ R> — j I Kim Kco, leader of the provisional government, today called off all j demonstrations and a projected general strike protesting the Big Three decision to place Korea un der a five-year trusteeship. He acted after members of his cabinet met for two and a hair hours with Lieut. Gen. John R. Hodge, commander of American forces in Korea. Hodge seemed satisfied with the arrangement. Earlier today, Kim Koo’s gov ernment attempted to take over the police force, but was unsuc cessful. The calmer atmosphere in Ko rea was attributed partly to the announcement by Secretary of State James F. Byrne that the trusteeship plan might be dropped after conferences between Ameri can and Russian leaders. Strikes, demonstrations and as sassinations were widespread in Korea as the year ended. Nearly all Korean employes of the U. S. Army walked out and even Hodge bad to cancel his New Year’s day reception. His aide, Walter T. Smith, Jr., of St. Louis, Mo., stoked -the furnace in zero weather. Hungarian Traitor Loses Death Appeal LONDON, Jan. 1 —UP)— Moscow radio, quoting a Tass dispatch from Budapest today, said the council of national judges of Hungary had dismissed the death sentence ap peal of former Prime Minister Laszlo Bardossy, but agreed to convey his case to the minister of justice for final decision. Dr. Bardossy, the first to ap pear in a Hungarian war crimes trial, was condemned Nov. 3 by a peoples court in Budapest and sentenced to be hanged on charges of collaboration with the Nazis. YANKS ARE AMBIDEXTROUS No distinction is made between left - and right - handed soldiers. All movements must be uniform and soldiers are taught, by means of the various drills, to wield weapons with either hand. Stores carried by a large battle ship include 12,000 different ar ticles of all kinds. This Funny World iaSfJi&A I j hr. L:-k;Jv 1 ** — -,-..1,. „. „„ - i Sideshow Of Life DETROIT, Jan. 1 —IJP)— Morris Sandubrae, owner of a cleaning establishment, was inspecting a skylight Monday when he discov ered 22 packages on the roof of his building. They contained about 100 pounds of beefsteak. Puzzled police moved the meat to the roof of their station to keep it cool for any potential clain.ant. MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., Jan. 1— Auto Plunges In River; Occupants Are Trapped NEW YORK, Jan. 1—(U.R)—An automobile and its occupants plunged into New York harbor to day when a ferryboat loaded at Staten Island broke its moorings and drifted away from the pier. Police were grappling for the car, from which it was believed none of the occupants escaped. It was not known how many persons <JP)—A New Year’s day parlor con test of judo World War I style vs judo of World War II wound ux in a draw today. Obert Olson, 35. demonstrated judo as taught in the most recenl conflict. His brother Sven, £2 countered with World War 1 judc tactics. The veterans of the twc wars wound up in a hospital, Sver with rib fractures and Obert wit! a serious head injury. were in the car, and estimate o: the number drowned varied Iron two to five. BIRTH OF AN IDEA While helping a woman lift i heavy vessel from a well, Willian Would have noticed a piece o broken crock floating on th< water. Toying with the crock, hi was surprised to see it right itself time after time. This gave hin the idea for a self . righting life boat. TWO PATROL CARS START NEW WO K Two patrol cars of the city police department began scheduled patrols of the newly annexed areas of Wil mington yesterday morning at 8 o’clock. One of the cars was assign ed to the East Wilmington area while the other was assigned to the southern section. City offices announced that other city departments are expected to begin their services to the new areas this morning, when the trash and garbage collections, under previously announced schedules will get under way. Six of the new policemen went on duty at midnight. One police man was placed on the 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. shift while the other five were assigned to the 4 p.m. to 19 midnight shift. A total of fourteen new police men have assumed duties within the past 24 hours and three additional firemen have been added to the Fire Department’s force. Under the department’s new policy, a lieutenant will be in charge of operations during each of the three shifts. Lt. O. V. Thompson will be officer-in-charge of the first shift, 8 to 4; Lt. Coy Etheridge will be in charge of the second shift between 4 and mid night, and Capt. Jim Jordan will supervise the midnight to 8 a. m. shift. CITY-COUNTY TAXES MUST BE LISTED BY FIRST OF FEBRUARY Listing of poll and tangible prop erty taxes for city and county resi dents for the year 1946 must be made this month, J. A. Orrell, county auditor, announced yester day. Orrell asked that all owners o! automobiles be prepared to give full information as to model, year and state license number to the tax i listers. Wilmington township tax listers t will be on duty in the old section : of the courthouse building begin : ning today, it was stated. Cape , Fear, Federal Point, Harnett anc i Masonboro township listers wil • meet in the building January 26, 28, 29, 30 and 31. Three Are Dead From Denatured Alchohol DUGWAY, Utah, Jan. 1—(JF)—A public relations officer at the Army proving grounds said three soldiers were found dead of de natured alcohol poisoning today in their barracks. Lt. Theodore D. Pimper, base public relations officer, said the dead are Pvt. James P. Folan, morse Bluff, Nebr.; Tech. Fourth Grade George H. 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