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7 Sep 1953

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7 Sep 1953

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Billings Gazette (Newspaper) - September 7, 1953, Billings, Montana 68th 128 United press Billings Montana monday september 7, 1953 associated press Price five cents Tito proposes Trieste be internationalized gives warning to Italy allies prepare list of pos not returned plan to demand accounting from communist leaders Panmunjom w the United nations command monday pre pared a stiff demand on the communists for the return or an accounting of americans known to have been captured by the reds but not returned in the Exchange which ended saturday. There is no time to be said a . Spokesman. He said the demand on the reds probably would be made monday. This was a postscript to the tragic last Day of the prisoner Exchange when american airmen with Brilliant records in both world War ii and the korean fighting were returned Wilh obvious Marks of mental Loren re on them. They told of months of Inonu a and physical mistreatment by Chi Nese who finally forced them to sign confessions of germ War Tho . Had stoutly denied. In Freedom they made Clear the statements signed were fraudulent. The . Command declined to say immediately How Many Allic War prisoners arc on the missing list pending final Cross Check o those released during the 33 Day of operation big switch. But it was believed the number would he a substantial one. The names have been compiler by intelligence officers for the Pas three years from evidence in communist broadcasts propaganda letters from the missing men them selves and double Cheek of Testi Mony of men who have been up heading the list of the still miss ing is air Force capt. Harol Fischer a double Jet Ace fron Swea City Iowa. Fischer is credit Eri with 10 Mig Jet kills. Fischer s return had been expected on the last Day of the Exchange. The communists them selves have boasted in a Peipin radio broadcast that they Sho Fischer Down Over Manchuria Las Spring and captured him. Beyond demanding the return o accounting for those men the command believes the keds Sli hold there is Little he . Ca do if the communists stand on Bland denial. The . Can Appeal to the Neu iral nations commission supervising the korean armistice. It Ca also Eal to world opinion. Hut the effectiveness of such appeals can he judged against in record of Hunsuc Soful a templs a Germany and Japan who Are stil asking soviet Russia and red Chin continued on Page 9, column 1. S truce is termed Only breather Gandeeville w.va., iffy House speaker Martin of Massif Chu Selts said sunday the truce i Korea is Only a breathing spel and the vicious communist aggressors will strike Martin addressing Gandeeville annual Homecoming cerebral ii said consequently the United state must support he South korean nol Only morally Bill Wilh and lie also called for Aid to rebuild the Power of Japan to resist com Munsil aggression and for Assis Ancelo the chinese nationalist in their Brave fight to bring free Dorn once again to the Chines the weather Foh casts Billings and Vicinity con Lii of tar monday and monday night Wotli r some minor thin Lionti Elo Liness wan Mon Runy Lilli 89, Little can nor monday no Crit Tow 57 East of fair Montip crept for scatter pm Thunder showers or Veio rubik in Southwest portion War me East incl South huli 30 t 9p. Partly Loi Irlvy sent Rurert Thunder sin Corfi monday no Trot. Monday Neil Monda no rat. Ill top Clinski in Cape rat urns hint is to is. Airl Orr Wrather data from United weather Burr Hii of 24 hours and inc it Jim. Sunday maximum minimum 48lsnnfict precipitation none so for this month total for Samp in ipod of Septemo year non .01 total since Jan i. 1, Toni for Ramc per i Oil n year a no. Normal for sept. A i. ,q4 Normal of Jan l to sent i . Montana data Olas Row 80 orral Fil of tire vital statistics in Nair Olny mrs. Ell Kenn Wilson. Mill i. W. Okat is Andrew k. Olson 510 allow nil ave. Mrs. Malici Ellza Lickli mar Smrdl 45, 216 poly or. Speech considered More conciliatory than was expected Belgrade president Ito proposed sunday that the City f Trieste he internationalized and hit the Resl of the free territory c incorporated into Yugoslavia. Tito asked that Italy withdraw from the Frontier zone to Lear the Way for talks Between 10 countries on Trieste. If the rooms arc nol withdrawn he said we will have to bring up some divisions the yugoslav chief executive poke to cheering Yugo lavs at of Kroglick near the fron Ier. Celebrations there marked the oth anniversary of the liberation f italian occupied Slovenia. His speech was More conciliatory Han generally expected Here after week of Halo yugoslav bristling Cross the Frontier. It began wit i yugoslav news Agency report aying Yugoslavia intended to Dot a firmer policy on Trieste. But he made it Clear that the Lext move is up to Italy and Yugo Lavia s conciliatory moves May not Asl Long it Italy continues the Sabre rattling along the Frontier he also warned that if yugoslav territorial sovereignty should be isolated we would Rise As one Man and we would not let their acc one single meter of our coun the yugoslav Peoples wish t Lave the last morsel of their a ional he said and Yoi must Bear this in mind if you wan1 continued on Page 9, column 3 president cites american labor Washington Eisenhower sunday called Ameri can workers witnesses before the Ivorid of the strength Pride Anc the Prosperity thai alone can b won by free in a labor Day statement Fri ten in Denver and released Here h saluted american labor for in Freedom ils dignity ils Mal Chocs productive the less it records for All men to read of All time to Eisenhower said this coun try s blessings give lie to the is. Evil of the promises of. Totalitarian they mock the false insinuation that economic Well being can h purchased Only at the Cost of political he said. The Are the final answer to those we Prate Freedom and practice slav Ery who excuse terror and Aggras Sion in the name of concern for the very workers whose lives inc the president said America workers Are Strong in their int pendent unions. They Are Prou beyond the temptations of Politica subservience. They Are an indestructible bulwark of free govern ment. Free american labor has to for itself the enjoyment of a stand Ard of living unmatched in his he said. The contain Polar world knows no comparison wit in. There is Only brutal contras Loil. To Eisenhower Sau there is no More pitiful and in malic testimony than the too which this free people has Bee Able to Send to feed hundreds o thousands suffering the Peculia torments of the proletarian Para disc of Eastern George Mcany president of the american federation of Laboi said Lite american workers wan above All else to build and develop the National strength As the bes Security against a soviet alack. Mcany and several other of executives discussed labor nation Al and world problems on a spi dial television program. Corn Cutter kills 2-year-old boy Lonney Dean Thatcher year old son of or. And mrs. Davi Thatcher was fatally injured mule the wheels of a Corn Cutter at . Sunday. He was pronounce dead 15 minutes later on arrival a a Hospital. The Accident occurred on a farm owned by Miller Thatcher 12 mile West on grand ave., and one qua Ter mile South. The yellows ton county sheriff s office reported the lad was playing alongside inc cd for when he suddenly fell undo the machine. An Uncle 17-year-old Uria Thatcher was operating the cd Ier the sheriff s office reporter do Puly sheriffs Jack Ehli and Ca Griffin investigated. The youngster was born nov. 1950, Al Canon City Colo. Besides his parents he is su1 vivid by a brother David Millr Thatcher and his paternal Gran parents or. And mrs. Milk Thatcher 12 Miles West of Lings. Death rides Holiday highways rescuers and curious crowd around wreckage of two autos Ami Hie cab it a Mirador trailer near Erie a. Five persons died in the sea slip and two were seriously injured As the pcs Sengpr vehicles which locked bumpers in a passing Accident were demolished by the Ira Clor trailer coi Hinc far left which sped into the intersection. The National safely Council tears thai nearly 440 persons will have died Over the Long labor Day weekend when final traffic fatality totals Are compiled. 3utings feature Abor Holiday fishing it appeared was the najor feature in he Billings area Over the labor Day weekend which was marred in his Vicinity by one deals in a farm inc Ideal. Mountain streams which have Jicome Low and Clear attracted Uund rods of anglers Over a week end which is considered the last extended Holiday of the fishing Eason. Weather was Ideal. The weather Man promised further that labor 3ay would he pleasant with an expected 89 As the maximum in Bil Ings and with temperatures run Ning from 80 to 90 in the area East of the Continental Divide. The upper reaches of Rock Creek Clow used Lodge produced Nice catches As did East Kos Cynd Lake in polls from the Stillwater Indi caled most fishermen found he catches Only there were 10 reports from the Boulder. Victim of the farm Accident was Noncy Dean Thatcher 2 years old who was fatally injured under he wheels of a Corn Cutter on a farm 12 Miles West of Billings. Another unfortunate victim Sun Day was Ernest Schaak a school teacher in route to Glendive for opening of the school year. His trailer House was destroyed by fire five Miles East of Billings of . Highway 10. He lost nearly All Iii personal belongings. The Montana Highway patrol re ported traffic extremely heavy he volume running somewhat above the average for Holiday travel. One pleasant note was the fact that the Billings division of the patrol had no reports of Highway accidents. The red to Cage Cooke City High Way carried a near record volume of traffic As sight seers and Fisher men took advantage of the Long weekend. There was nothing on the pro Gram in Billings for labor Day the Day workers observe annually the highlight on the labor scene still remained a prolonged strike of building trades workers. Continued on Page 9, column 5. Holiday death toll hits 223 by United press fatalities climbed steadily Sun Day As americans enjoyed their last summer Holiday and the National safety Council appealed to motorists to Hall the "dreadful1 Slaughter. A United press Survey since p . Friday showed 233 accidental deaths including 7b on the High ways. There were 21 drowning deaths five in plane crashes Anc 31 in miscellaneous mishaps. In Washington state 32 person aboard a super Constellation of crawled by Northwest airlines narrowly escaped deals when the plane made an emergency Landing at Mcchord Field and caught fire three passengers suffered critical Burns. The Airliner in route from Seattle to Chicago Limpet to Mcchord with two engines on and its Landing gear collapsed Whei it touched ground Northwest said Beautiful Holiday weather prevailed Over most of the nation As pleasure seekers flocked to beaches picnic grounds fishing streams or sports events. The safety Council had Esti Malet that 440 persons would die on the highways Friday evening to Mon Day Midnight. At the Halfway Mark the traffic death toll is proceeding on schedule with grim and dreadful Council president Ned h. Dearborn said. This is doubly tragic because the loll could be Cut by at least 100 if every Driver would take this liquor store owner foils Holdup Man by fainting twice los Angeles w a liquor Szorc proprietor Harry we incr 59, found a Good Way Early Sun Day to foil a Lin Dup lie fainted. Lie told police later that when he looked Al the pistol the hold up Man held he gasped and failed. Lie came of in a moment to find the would he chief trying to open the Cash Register. Werner failed again. When next he regained consciousness the Man was gone. The Only look two pints of whiskey. South koreans held in betrayal Seoul w two South to Are in jail accused of be rating . Maj. Gen. William f. Dean Inlo communist Captivity. The pair received in korean Money from hit heels for the be trayal National police Headquarters said. Dean freed Friday after More than three years As a hed prisoner of War is in two weeks treatment for amoebic dysentery con raced during his Captivity. Kim Chang Hung assistant director of police said the two men both born in China previously had been investigated in october the second month after Dean s Cap Ture then released hut kept under surveillance since 1950. They were arrested again Satur Day night because our previous investigations of them proved Iden tical of Gen. Dean s own account of his inc police said. Officers identified the men Han Doo Kyoo 40, and clime Chong Bong 24. The officers said a third suspect Park Chong Kyoo joined tied guerrilla forces and was killed by South korean police last year. Dean Afler his repair Ilion fold separated from command the 29 Are injured n plane crash How he became Ron. Lands of his . 24th infantry division after the North korean reds had Over we Cluj of the american Force at Taejon july 20, 1050. Ill and weak Wilh hunger after wandering More than ,10 Days in an attempt to reach american lines 3 general said on aug. 25 he net civilian who promised to help him. But instead he civilian led Dean into a trap and the items pounced on him Fame him and threw him into a cell. South quoting korean a South police red korean official who was in Chongin prison when Dean was brought in said the general refused to give military in formation to the enemy and All i need to Tell you said rank which you should inc International lice name and report to Cross at am Ier South korean official continued on Page 9, column 3. Mcc Lloil All Force base Wash. My a Hungli airlines Constellation crash land re and burned Here Early sunday with 29 of the 32 persons Ahoran receiving Burns and injuries a they leaped from the flaming Craft wit i Only one wheel Down am to of ils four engines dead hit Ilane rolled along the runway a his base South of Tacoma unti the left Wing tourist travel continues High Helena my Montana s 1053 tourist travel volume a got off to a slow in the Chilly Early about summer weather will he he same As a year ago i am not going o be one of the 440 doomed to die and i will drive accordingly although traffic deaths at Halfway Mark lagged behind the Tho Council s estimate a spokesman snid experience Lias shown Ihal the Lempo increases sharply in the last 12 hours of. Inc Holiday As weary Drivers head Home. Says stale advertising director Al Bert Erickson. The state. Highway department s nine polls of entry will close tues Day Afler counting labor Day Iraq fic into the slate Frickson said. Last year slightly fewer than 3 million ont of stale visitors came to Montana for their vacations. The Missoula Lalion Al the Junction of . 10 and 93 West of that City counted inc heaviest volume Fie Inlo the state Erickson said. Other stations Are located Al co Lumbia Falls Lima West yellow Stone Gardiner Lio Kvale. Crow Agency Miles City and Cul Herl son. Erickson termed August s travel Heller than a year ago in Mon Tana. He said this made up for a cold wet Lune and the tale open ing of going to Tho Sun Highway in Glacier National Park due to heavy snows. July was slightly below 1952 in total Ravel volume. Slipped to the ground and Gas in the ving tanks caught fire. The Craft swerved from the run stay skidded to a Stop and Burne furiously As inc 20 passengers in eluding three babies and the is Clain hered to safely. Among those aboard were or and mrs. Lester Armour Chicago of the Armour packing family they were not injured. Most of those burned and i Jurci were released Flor receiving firs Aid treatment at the base Hospital the others Wilh the exception o mrs. Doris Alfred Covington ky., and her 22-month.old son Terry were to he released sunday mrs. Alfred and her son were de scribed in serious condition fron third degree Burns. The plane in route non Sto from Seattle to Chicago had jus taken off from the Seal Lac Tacoma International Airport at Post when one engine failed. The Pilot capt. Russell Bird of Scallie decided to make an emergency Landing Here Afler a second engine conked Oul. Only one wheel could he lowered whet inc plane came in for it Landing Here Klinl blamed a fail lire of the aircraft s Hydraulic sys Fern. The cons collation was the same one in which i s. John Eisenhowe or wife of maj. John disc now the president s son had arrived in Seattle saturday to Mee her husband on rotation from it tile Constellation had re fuelled and was Starling the rerun flight to Chicago when it a forced Down Slick returns aboard plane Travis All of Kcf Calif. Boyish repatriated prisoner named by his Fel Low captives who accused him of betraying other american prison ers in Korea arrived on the Pacific const sunday and refused to talk with newsmen. I Vegol nothing to say and i Don t want to talk to Slick told reporters seeking his version of the alleged betrayals Ami the threats of deals that were reported to have followed. A four engined military air trans port service Constellation return ing Slick and other expos from the far East landed at Travis air Force base Northwest of san Francisco Al . Afler a 14 hour Flig lil from Honolulu. Slick was originally scheduled to return Home aboard a troop transport Bill was reported to have appealed to medical authorities in Korea to remove him from inc voyage because of threats he would never reach he . Alive. The former prisoner climbed Down from he aircraft immediately after in landed admitted he was the fellow called then brushed past newsmen and boarded a military bus that was to Lake the group to the base Hospital. The handsome Slick grinned wryly out of the bus window at the reporters firing questions at him and finally replied to one query about trouble in Rule with a denial he also said he planned to make the army his career in answer to a question about future plans then the bus moved off to he Hospital. Another former prisoner in the group said Slick was silent and for the most Parl remained aloof during the trip Home. He did t talk to us very the sex pow said and we did l talk to the repatriates were to be proc Essed Al the Hospital for trans port to i hair Homes. Adenauer takes Strong Lead in vital West German voting teed airmen fell of forced confessions assert torture continued after signing of truce Freedom Village. Korea my Fri american airmen began unfolding sunday the gruesome Side Story of How chinese red inc korean War s big Gest warfare Confes tortures carried in Long after the truce was signed. The chinese were still Al in ate As . A. Inlay Aboul Ive hours before he last group of started toward free loin. Tile Story is one of maggots Craw aug on Una sealed wounds. It s a Story of threats to keep a Liing suffering prisoner from Delurm no o his loved ones Kulil he signed lint in is Only a fragmentary he ginning of the horror etched full Iiene Ounla. Six of Hie confessed Airm i who came out to Freedom Leld Back until the last won Len i talk right away. Two were marked no press examining doctors who said hey were in no condition to Lei about Itier experiences now. Those who would talk said the were abused and threatened for Lay on Day beyond All physical endurance. One still retained Yuoi Iyih of Bis wits to insert in Lii confession a d id Giveaway Ihal Lis statement was a fraud. On an Asiatic continent where repeated plagues have made alien one of the chief sources of dread the chinese reds began building up the germ warfare hoax soon Afler they entered the korean a late in they Are still at in. Sunday Tiv piping hed radio broadcast tin names of k ". Airmen who lion Leslly confessed the crimes. Be Ping said the 25 had been Pai the chinese insisted in the face of repealed and indignant denial by highest . Governmental am military officials hat airmen dropped disease spreading insect. On Korea. Two of the highest ranking air Force officers captured by Iii feeds said sunday after their re lease that they held Oul until to weeks after dig armistice a. Signed on july 27. But the Hod continued on Page Al column i officials Hail vote results Washington top Amer can officials said sunday nigh they were delighted that Early German election returns showed Chancellor Konrad Adenauer s co Ali lion rolling impressively Lowan Victory. The first million Voles they said clearly showed the German people live averted the disaster Secre tary of slate Dulles foresaw if the rejected Adenauer s moderate pro Western government. An overwhelming pro Adenauer ote now certain they said which will Deal Russia a bitter de Feal and greatly strengthen West pm european Unity Al a Cri Liea Slage in world history. Some authorities who closely of Lowed the balloting trend said they were and extremely Happy at the big percentage gain marked up by Hie Christian democrats in districts regarded As so strongholds. This proves they said die Ger Man people were nol food by inc anti Ocarma Mcnol propaganda which featured socialist an communist pre election critics sir of Adenauer s past foreign policy Earth shocks Rock Central Greece Athens Greece w Eart tremors rocked Central Grcic sunday for the second Success in Day. They damaged 80 building in inc Corinth area. Fifteen per sons were reported injured at near by isl Mia where saturday shocks can Lerud. Saturday s shocks extended from the Wesl Coats of the Peloponnesus across the country to khakis on the Island of Evvia 35 Miles North of Athens. Ali ont 50 old houses were destroyed at Isthmian four Miles Southeast of Corinth. The damage from sunday s quakes entered at Aghili theor Doroti and Al a Cachora both in inc Corinth area. Three churches were damaged. The Corinth canal has been closed to navigation for several clays because of. Cracks Al Many Points. Imp fiend voters make sleepy mayor pay for gasoline on trip the Bonn Germany mayor of a Small westphalian Village celebrated election eve so Well with friends he failed to Wake in Lime in open the Vot ing Lalion at r . Angry voters lined up outside the polling station sent a Carlo fetch the mayor and handed him the Bill for gasoline. Solons picked for leadership Washington the risen lower Lilly under lie guiding hand of vice president Nixon to s own team of supporters to fill he legislative Nap left by the death if sen. Tall Nixon Reposi idly has Wilile Louse Aji Proval Fri an of fool to in Iii to i lie forefront in the next c Sion of Congress so a Active tip porters of As he a Iliean Sens. Ives of new York Luff of Pennsylvania Carlson of Ansas Sallon Small of Massac Lin setts ii nil Hendriexson Anil ii. Alex Nuler Smith of new Jersey. Most of Ilise senators were for Eisenhower when tall was no Esting Foi tast year s nomination. Lii in Al Vilics were somewhat Eclips Erl in his year s session by the Dorni Lance of tall and his followers in lie legislative councils. Tho plan As Nixon Las outlined t friends is to push Cai h of Liese senators Forward As an sex inert on sonic particular phase of the legislative program. It is Felt at the while House Ihal they More pro-. Parties appear victors in National election Bonn Germany or Chan cellar Konrad Adenauer sunday night led his pro american Chris Lian Democrat party toward Vic tory in West Germany s most Crit ical election since the War. Incomplete returns from All nine states of the Federal Republic showed the conservative party of the 77-year-old Chancellor impressively ahead of the socialists its toughest opposition. A Christian Democrat trend which developed Early seemed unfaltering. When unofficial tabulations had readied the 150.000 vote Mark the Christian democrats held a f to 4 Ralio Over the socialists who favor a neutralise foreign policy. Cloth big parties Are bitterly Anli communist As the Vole counting passed the million Mark unofficial returns gave the major parties Christian democrats so Cial democrats free democrats German party hrs Uhic parly 70.531 communists German Kocib parly 12.lili7 All German people s party Carly views represent than some of Eisenhower s inc sponsors of Bills in he previous session under his plan Ives would he advanced As an administration spokesman for changes in the Tail Hartley acl Duff might be used along Sallon Small to speak on Mili mailers. Hendriexson would lie the Mouth Poco in civil rights legis lation. Smith would be a source of information to his colleagues on foreign affairs. And Carlson would handle the proposed postal Rale increase and civil service Mai lers ii was emphasized by Nixon ill his talks Wilh friends that his move was not aimed at undermining the influence of sen. Knowland if California As Senate pc publican Leader. Knowland will continue to be the official spokesman for the Senate republicans have the chief voice 11 the scheduling of legislation and represent them along with other cad cars Al while House conferences. Lizul even Knowland s Besl friends to not believe he can come close to the dominance exerted by tall on the Republican program in the Senate. As one of them put in the other. Republicans will he dealing Wilh a contemporary in Knowland and not National figure like tall who was dubbed or. Republic similarly the stars of the Eison Conlin cd on Page a column 4. Marines win Rifle matches and two parties joined Willi them in his Cabinet free democrats and he German parly want West Germany s future firmly lied to inc United sales and the West. N Lom Oslic issues they favor free Enterprise. Thi social democrats prefer to Alancy Bellei to East Ami West ind think they can achieve uni Aelion of the divided country Luis la r ital Way. They favor so of German Inglus by. Ite ports from polling stations in Lica Leti the Federal Republic was for a record postwar vote. Unofficial Esli males put the to Al As High As 7b per Cotil or nearly 20 million ballots. A heavy vote was cast by women who number 18 million among West Germany s eligible Camp i Khoky had Ohio sit. Lion Well in Iii won both trophies at slake sunday in the National Rifle Mai Dies. A Leatherneck learn of i. Stan icy Cpl. Garry Alderman Guy Graves and James a. Davison can lured the enlisted men s trophy Malch with a score of j57s Oul of a possible boo. Firing Over the no Vard Dis Tance Millar posted 144, Alder Man 139, Graves fio and Davison 142. All Are stationed at the Parris Island . Marine base. The Rumhold team trophy was won by a Marr squad made up of James a. 7ahm. Who had a capt. James e. Machine 9g Michael tier Oforlea. And pfc. Dannard Aislin 92. Each fired 20 shots at 600 cards slow fire prone and scored a total of 3r1 out of a possible 400. In the enlisted men s matches the Pennsylvania slate team was inc High civilian entry Wilh 55fi, Good for 15lh place and the Hawaii National a nerd team paced lie National guard entries Wilh 553, Good for 21sl place. High civilian team in the rum hold match the California stain Leam with Good for 23rd place and the Hawaii National team was High in its Cole gory Wilh 372, Good for ninth monday s fir f. Feature the National trophy team match the Only up Ali vent sponsored by the Congress of the United slates through an age Ivy of the army one stayed in his room electors. Unofficial tallies of percentage standings showed the Christian democrats booming upward from n per cent in the last general election in 1949 to 41.52 per cent. The socialists who got 29.2 per cell of lie popular vote in 1849, had barely moved and blood unofficially Al 29.8 per cell. The free democrats second largest of Adenauer s three party coalition were gaining slightly per can Lac wisc moving up from 11.9 per cent in to 12.2. The Ger Man parly smallest coalition part continued on Page 9, column 4. Dean Uncertain of future plans Tokyo maj. Gen. Wil Liam f. Dean America s no. 1 prisoner in he korean War will Home in about 15 Days to receive the homage of a nation grate us for his herculean Effort to Check the first communist sweep Inlo South Korea. Dean said sunday a mild Case of a noetic dysentery would delay briefly his departure for the United slates. Several . Civics already have in Decd invitations to Dean to be feed As a returning hero. He spent More than i rec years in a red prison Camp and never saw an american in that time. The congressional medal of Honor Winner talked with newsmen at he Tokyo army Hospital Sun ire spent most of the time thanking them for being so Gen Erous in your treatment of if looked thin but his eyes sparkled and he seemed far More at ease than when he was inter viewed at Freedom Village Friday on his Orclea some speculation arose that Dean s delay Here might he due. To a desire of the far East com Mand to get his entire Story of life in the communist prison Camp. But Dean himself said he had decided to Lake treatment for the dysentery Here rather than wait ing until he is at Home. Hospital attendants said he was on a diet of food and rest and then some More food and asked about his future plans Dean said i am not certain. I have been out of circulation for a Long time. I promised my family that alter 30 in the army i would Start to give them a Little attention. If i keep that Promise i will have to retire when i get Home i will take some leave so i can get acquainted Wilh my grandchildren and son he said he thought about escape from the moment i was illness kept him from trying it during inc first year he said. He once Star cd saving dried fish for his flight hut fell ill again the Day before he planned to try a break. He said there were three or Lour guards with him it All times and

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