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$25,000,000 of Silver and Art
Returned to Hungary by U. S.
ly fh* Aifociatad P«M
FRANKFURT, Germany, April
22.—The United States shipped
$25,000,000 worth of Nazi-hoard
ed Hungarian silver and art ob
jects back to Budapest today in
a new gesture of friendship.
One hundred twenty tons of sil
ver-needed by Hungary to keep her
economy on a sound basis—and 370
priceless cultural pieces were re
turned under an agreement between
the State Department and a Hun
garian economic mission.
The precious cargo was en route
to Hungary’s capital city aboard a
heavily armed United States Army
train which reached Vienna this
morning after passing in almost
total military secrecy across Ger
many and Austria. It is scheduled
to reach Budapest tonight or to
morrow.
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United States Army chief of staff
in Europe, said in Frankfurt as
hundreds of 66-pound silver ingots
were sent on their way aboard the
14-car express:
“This will show other peoples that
the United States is honest. If we
have something belonging to other
people, we return it.”
The silver is the property of the
Hungarian National Bank. Valued
by Army appraisers at v4,000,000, it
is the last of the monetary assets of
Hungary removed to Germany from
Budapest vaults as the Germans fell
back in Southeastern Europe before
Russia’s advancing armies.
The cultural objects—pricelesf
paintings, jewelry and porcelain—
are valued by Hungarian experts at
$21,000,000.
Placing greater political value on
the silver, diplomatic quarters in
Germany said the bullion would
help to keep Hungary’s economy on
the stable basis established last
year after the wildest inflation in
modem history.
This inflation ended when the
United States returned $35,000,000
worth of gold to Budapest.
Army officers said plans to re
turn the silver cargo were initiated
before the “Truman doctrine” of
aiding Balkan lands toward de
mocracy was enunciated, but they
said they hoped the gesture would
give the new policy a boost.
The silver was recovered by the
United States 9th Army in a Mag
deburg vault in January, 1945.
Lawters to Skate in May*
In Regional Championship
Ralph Lawters, 20, of 1239 E street
N.W., three-time winner of the Dis
trict roller skating championship,
will compete in the Eastern regional
championships at Riverside Stadiym
May 5 and 6.
Mr. Lawters last night was given
permanent possession of the trophy
that goes annually to the winner of
the senior men’s division, after win
ning the title in 1944, 1946 and 1947.
There was no contest in 1945.
After the regional finals are held
here, the winner will go to Oakland,
Calif., for the national champion
' ships in June. The contests are
sponsored by the Roller Skating
Rink Operators’ Association.
Man, 64, Being Held
In Stabbing Attack
Police today were holding a 64
year-old man on an open charge
in the stabbing last night of an
other man at 460 H street N.W.
The wounded man, Emmett G.
Morris, 33, of the H street address,
was stabbed in the left chest. Police
were holding Robert Feltner, of the
same address. They said the stab
bing occurred during an altercation.
Morris, stabbed with a penknife,
was reported in serious condition at
Casualty Hospital.
11 Canadian Paper Hills
Grant 14-Cent Pay Boost
ly the Associated Prats
MONTREAL. April 22.—Eleven
paper mills in Ontario and Quebec
concluded an agreement with four
of the leading international unions
whose members are employed in the
pulp and papermaking industry, J.
A. D’Aoust, vice president of the
AFL International Brotherhood of
Papermakers, said last night.
The agreement provides for an
hourly wage increase of 14 cents, ef
fective May 1, and the under
standing that “every possible effort
wil be put forth to secure maximum
production in all departments and
that no additional requests be made
for rate increases as a result of pro
duction increases during this period.’'
The following paper companies
signed: Alliance Paper Mill, Ltd.:
Canadian Vegetable Parchment Co.,
Ltd.' E. B. Eddy Co., the Garden
City Paper Mills Co.. Ltd.; Inter
Lake Tissue Mills Co., Ltd.; Rolland
Paper Co., Ltd.; Brantford Pelt A
Paper Co., Ltd.; Don Valley Paper
Co., Ltd.; Galr Co., Ltd.; Howard
Smith Paper Mills, Ltd.; Provincial
Paper, Ltd.
Former Czech Premiers
Get 20-Year Terms
By Auociatad Br«u
PRAGUE, Czechoslovakia. April
22.—Rudolf Be ran, premier of
Czechoslovakia at the time of the
Munich agreement, was found guilty
last night of collaboration with the
Germans and was sentenced to 20
years imprisonment.
Also sentenced to 20 years was
Gen. Pan Syrovy who succeeded
Benin and continued as premier
until just before the German occu
pation of Bohemia and Moravia.
Church at Middleburg
To Mark Centenary
Spatial Dispatch la ThaStar • j * 1
LEESBURG, Va., April 22.—The
Middleburg Baptist Church, of which
the Rev. Gordon T. M^son is min
ister, will celebrate the 100th anni
versary of its founding Sunday. The
speaker will be the Rev. Ryland T.
Dodge, minister of the Baptist Tem-i
)le, Alexandria. Mr. Dodge's grand
tether, the Rev. Henry W. Dodge,
preached the sermon when the
church was organised on April XL,
1847.
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in today’s economic crisis resulting from spiralling prices.
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War II. We helped in the fight for world security and
intend to vigorously combat the present threat to our
economic security.
• Volume sales are the backbone of the wholesale
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of Washington’s largest distributors we want prices to be
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