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HAPPY REUNION—Mrs. Esther G. Peppier of 3800 Fourteenth
street N.W. is eUted Ly a New Year’s reunion with her officer sons. The three lieutenants obtained furloughs at widely sepa rated posts to spend the holiday with their mother. Left to right are 2d Lt. James Speidel, 1st Lt. Frederick Speidel and 2d Lt. William Speidel. Frederick has orders to sail for Korea. His brothers recently graduated in the same class from the Officer Candidate School at Fort Riley, Kans. —Star Staff Photo. War Is Unlikely in 1952, U. N. Official Declares fty th« Associated Press PARIS. Jan. 2.—Finn Moe, Nor wegian delegate and chairman of the Political Committee of the U. N. General Assembly, said last night he did not see much danger of war in 1952. Mr. Moe, chairman of the For eign Affairs Committee of the Nor wegian Parliament, appeared as guest on the radio program “Unit ed—or Not?” put on by the Amer ican Broadcasting Co. and the United Nations Correspondents' Association. He said: “I must say that I think that the salient fact about this assembly seems to me to be that there’s a better atmosphere than there has been at, let me say. the three or four last General As semblies.” Malayan Reds Held For Coercing Workers (y the Associated Press SINGAPORE.—Police have ar rested 36 persons, including nine women, in their drive to smash a Communist terrorist intimidation campaign which had kept thou sands from work on the rubber estates of Malay. Meanwhile, another 1,160 estate laborers returned to their trees after a two-week stoppage. The day before 2,200 others had re ported for work. That meant about half of those who had failed to report for rubber tap ping were back at their tasks. Anti-Segregation Is Called 'Success' in Massachusetts By the Associated Press BOSTON, Jan. 2.—The Mas sachusetts Commission Against Discrimination reports “initial suc cess” in its drive to stamp out segregation in public housing proj ects throughout the State. The commission also reported success in its efforts to end dis criminatory employment practices. Its statements were contained in a report to the Governor yes terday. A program of integrating white ;and non-white families without friction in Boston’s housing proj jects received special praise from I the commission, which said : “The ! successful experiment has rapidly become the established practice in | Boston.” Housing authorities in New Bed ford, Cambridge, Springfield, Worcester and Boston were among those listed by the commission as having promised co-operation in the selection of tenants without regard for color or creed. COALI 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. 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