The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 65, No. 182, Ed. 1 Sunday, September 30, 1956 Page: 2 of 12
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The El Reno (Okla.) Daily Tribune
Sunday, September 30, 1956
Refugees Gape At Abundance Of U. S. Meals
NEW YORK, Sept. 29-4P'-”Do
I HAVE to eat like this in Pitts-
burgh?” a young woman asked.
She made the inquiry after eat-
ing a breakfast of grapefruit, oat-
meal, strawberries in cream, bacon
and eggs, three slices of buttered
toast and jam and two sweet rolls.
This was more than the girl oft-
en had eaten in a single day at
home in Poland.
She was one of 1,250 European
refugees brought to New York re-
cently aboard the USNS General
Langfitt. which is operated by the
Intergovernmental Committee for
••I’ll look like a horse in three
7:00 P. M.
C. L. Everett and Dale Walker,
418 West Wade — Phone 787
months," the girl said after down-
ing her breakfast. "Besides, who
can afford it?”
Her neighbor, an old man from
Soviet-controlled East Germany,
was happier about his fare.
"Let me look like a horse,” he
said. “Let me even look like an
elephant. You know what I’ve been
eating near Leipzig? Potatoes, po-
tatoes, potatoes — they’re coming
out of my ears.”
A little girl observed that Amer-
icans must be rich, to be able to
eat so well. Everyday aboard ship
was like Christmas to her.
Despite assurances by ICEM of-
ficials that most Americans are
well fed, the immigrants appeared
to be doubtful. They ate as though
each meal might be their last.
Eating full meals is just one of
the introductions to the United
States refugees receive aboard the
Langfitt, which has brought more
than 17.000 Europeans to the new
world in only a little more than a
Other steps are taken to orient
the new Americans to their new
On every 10-day voyage, Lang-
fitt staff members conduct pro-
grams of lectures, films and lan-
TOP TEN XiBliWs
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2. Casual Look __ Six Teens
3. Brown-Eyed Handsome Man Chuck Berry
4. Friendly Persuasion— ----- Four Aces
5. Green Door Jim Lowe
6. True Love Bing Crosby/Grace Kelly
7. You'll Never Know----- - Platters
8. Yamma Yamma Pretty Mama Richard Berry
9. I Can't Love You Enough Laverne Baker
10. Race With the Devil Gene Vincent
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guage classes. Three days before
sailing from Bremmerhaven, the
travelers undergo a final briefing
outside Bremen. They attend a
farewell dance on their last night
in Europe and then board the ship.
Extras Not Needed
Women, young children and the
aged are assigned to private cab-
ins. Others sleep in large dormi-
tories. There are several lounges
for reading, chatting or playing
games. The ship’s library is well
stocked, mainly with books in Ger-
man. Deck chairs are available for
Illustrated lectures on American
life are given by members of the
Council on Student Travel. They
discuss travel, industry, social se-
curity, wages, unemployment in-
surance and American history.
Courses in English are conducted
and nuxaerous questions are an
i*ii«I \Thou ruiu/D from “How V’AX
swered. -They range from “How can
I lose my foreign accent?” to
"What’s the chief industry of Ida-
What little pocket money the
refugees have, they can spend in
the ship’s store on cigarettes,
toilet articles, shirts, trousers and
food—and at prices well below
those charged in Europe.
The travelers do not really need
extra food. They get plenty of
corn flakes, hotcakes and syrup,
roast meat, fish, salads, cake and
ice cream served to them in the
Oranges and apples are placed
on tables alter dinner each night,
and passengers take these for be-
tween meals snacks.
On many occasions, stewards
have to remind refugees they need
not take uneaten portions of food
to their cabins. They are told they
will get just the same or just as
good fare at the next meal.
Look and Learn
1. Who was the last king of
2. What two large European ri-
j vers rise in Switzerland?
3. Which three elements are most
, important in fertilizers?
4. How many quarts are there in
importance was indi- one barrel?
I 1. Umberto, the son of Victor
it, the first time he has taken a Emmanuel. He was king for a
| plane since World war II. He pre- ! short time after his father’s ab-
! fers land travel. dication, and before the formation
Khrushchev’s visit to Yugoslavia, °* lta*‘an Republic,
billed as a “vacation,” was be-
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cated by the fact that Tito flew to
2. The Rhine and Rhone Rivers.
a| a vacation, was be- 3 Njtrogen, phosphorous, and
lieved to have centered on the issue potassium.
FALL RUG FESTIVAL
FIRST LADY ROTC — Janet
Marshall, 19-year-old junior at
George Washington University
in the nation’s capital, is the
first woman ROTC cadet. She
was sworn in under the Wom-
en’s Air Force Program for
About Home Folks
Russell A. McClain, 115 North
Barker, left Saturday for Des
Moines, Iowa, where he will attend
the International convention of
Christian churches Sept. 28-Oct. 3.
Mrs. Roy Christy and son, Da-
vid, 815 South Roberts, visited Fri-
day with her sisters, Mrs. L. D.
Thomas and family and Mrs. J.
G. Welch, in Oklahoma City. The
condition of Mrs. Welch, who re
of state relations.
The talks were continuing in the
Crimea with other top-level Soviet
Radio Moscow reported details of
a banquet last night and listed the
guests. They included Soviet Presi-
dent Kliment E. Voroshilov, and
the Soviet secret police chief, Gen-
eral Ivan A, Serov.
The range of topics was believed
to be broad. But Draskovic said
"special emphasis” was placed on
relations between the Yugoslav and
Soviet Communist parties and the
The most striking of his replies
to questions were those in which
he accented Yugoslavia's right and
determination to work out its own
affairs both as they pertain to com-
munism and to relations with for-
Tito is reported dissatisfied with
the slow progress of "de-Staliniza-
tion” in Russia. And the Soviets are
reported worried over Tito's desire
to maintain friendly relations with
both east and west.
FULL TIME JOB
LAWTON, Sept. 29
By 4-H Members
New officers of St. Joseph’s 4-H
; club have been elected. Named as
president, was Mary Cletus Novo-
sad; vice president, David Smith;
secretary, Jennie Lea Wencel; song
leader, Margaret Ann Smith;
pianist, Theresa Anne Menz, and
game leader, Timothy Joseph Bos-
Project leaders named were Miss
Mary Walsh and Joseph G. Ketter.
1 Club Parents elected were Mrs. Al-
bert Menz and Sam Novosad.
New members enroled were
j Carol Don McAfee, Jimmy Ross,
Ronnie Klepper, John Morrison,
Larry Pellar, Mike Bosler and Judy
St. Joseph's 4-H club meets the
I fourth Tuesday of every month.
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city s 14 remaining Bremen were
eentlv underwent major surgery at 17 , , . , - „ . .
J ‘on a 24-hour duty today following
the McBride bone and joint clinic, the dismissal 0f 19 other firefighters
is reported as satisfactory.
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Eagle of
Shawnee are weekend guests of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L.
Line at Yukon.
Mrs. Sam Timberlake, 1203
South Macomb, is the weekend
guest of Miss Ruth Scales at Chick-
for union activities. Mayor C. R.
Ellsworth was reportedly interview-
ing applicants to replace the 19 who
were dismissed after refusing to
withdrawal from the International
Association of Firefighters.
Mr. and Mrs. John D. Hall, 120
South Barker, returned Friday
evening from Long Beach, Calif.,
where they spent the summer.
Mrs. Byrum Kroutil and son,
Tommy of Yukon were guests Sat-
urday in the home of her moth-
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JUST A TOW
SPOKANE, Wash. —OP)— Deputy
Sheriff Robert Rooney rushed to
the scene when a tourist reported
a hand grenade was in the stove
of his motel room. Rooney evacuat-
ed the motel unit and gently re-
moved the grenade. It was a toy,
but Rooney said it was "a good
thing nobody behind me yelled
Attending the Oklahoma state
fair Friday at the fairgrounds in
Oklahoma City were Mr. and Mrs.
Melvin Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. ;
E. H. McComas and sons, Philip
and Kenneth, Mrs. Herbert A. Von-
Tungeln and children, Penney, j
Amanda and Mike, Mrs. Marvin
Thompson and children, Susan,
Anne and Mike, Miss Adele Kast-
ner, Don Crump, Mrs. Glen E.
Morse and her daughter, Mrs.
Floyd Reed and daughter, Linnca,
of Shawnee, Mrs. Bill Alexander
and son, Jerry, Mrs. Joseph F.
Bandies, Mrs. A. Francis Porta and
daughters, Kay and Carol Lee, Judy
Davis. Nan Flippen, Kathryn Kiker
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Dyer, Ray J. The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 65, No. 182, Ed. 1 Sunday, September 30, 1956, newspaper, September 30, 1956; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc920573/m1/2/: accessed September 20, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.