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Belgium's Socialists
Refuse to Take Part
In 3-Party Coalition
Bv the Associated Press
BRUSSELS. Belgium. Aug. fi —
The Socialist Party, second largest
in the country, said tonight it
would not enter a three-party co
alition government.
The announcement came after
leaders of the three chief parties—
Social Christians. Socialists and
Liberals—had failed to break a
42-day cabinet crisis caused by a
deadlock over the question of the
return of King Leopold III to the
throne.
“It would be useless to form a
coalition government as long as
agreement is not reached on the
royal question," a Socialist an
nouncement said.
Spaak May Re Forced Out.
Refusal of the Socialists to join
a coalition would mean that Paul
Henri Spaak. veteran foreign
minister, would be out.
The Socialists told Premier
Designate Gaston Eyskens. Social
Christian, they would not "agree
to pursue negotiations any far
ther."
As a consequence threat of an
other Parliament breakup and new
elections hung over the nation.
Mr. Eyskens said he made a
desperate effort to form a three
party coalition government, but
in spite of endless negotiations
“there has been no progress.”
Leopold sent a message from
his residence in Switzerland yes
terday, saying the question of his
future rests with Parliament and
that body alone should decide
whether he should be restored to
the throne. Some politicians have
suggested a referendum. Leopold
agreed to the principle of a ref
erendum, but said it should only
be a guide for Parliament.
Under Regency Since 1944.
Mr. Eyskens said the Socialists
and Liberals were opposed to the
King's views on a referendum. The
premier-designate's party is pro
Leopold.
Belgium has been under a re
gency since 1944. Prince Charles,
brother of Leopold, was elected re
gent. In 1945 Parliament voted to
continue the regency and bar Leo
pold's return without parliamen
tary consent. Leopold, who sur
rendered to the invading Nazis in
May. 1940, has not lived in Bel
gium since the war.
Aides Deny Franco
Met With Accident
By Associated Press
SAN SEBASTIAN. Spain. Aug.
8.—Personal aides of Generalis
simo Francisco Franco today
denied all reports that the Span- j
ish leader had met with some sort
of an accident.
They said he is in fine shape
and had ordered his private yacht
Azor to stand ready again to take,
him on his daily fishing trip. Gen.
Franco has gone fishing every day
since he began his vacation here
July 29, they said.
There had been rumors that
Gen. Franco had been the victim
of an assassination attempt: met
with an accident at sea; fallen
overboard; got seasick.
All these were branded as purely
rumors by the Foreign Ministery
spokesman.
Gen. Franco's personal aides
said his yacht sailed a little fur
ther out to sea for yesterday's
fishing and took longer to return
to shore. It returned after mid
night.
They said the Spanish leader
caught six big fish in the Bay of
Biscay yesterday, all salmon and
each weighing more than 120
pounds.
Col. Compton Will Preach
At Fort Myer Today
Lt. Col. Earl D. Compton, chief
of the Planning and Training
Division. Office of the Army Chief
of Chaplains, will be the guest
preacher at the Fort Myer chapel
at 10:45 a.m. Protestant services
today. He will be the first of the
visiting chaplains from all the
armed forces to participate in
this month's chapel services, offi
cials announced yesterday.
A week from today, Lt. Col.
Joel M. Wareing. assistant per
sonnel officer, Office of the Army
Chief of Chaplains, will deliver
the sermon. On August 21, Capt.
Stanton W. Salisbury, assistant
director of the Chaplains’ Divi
sion, Bureau of Naval Personnel,
Navy Department, will be the
guest speaker.
Lt. Col. Palmer P. Pierce, chief
of the Plans and Training
Branch. Office of Chief of Air
Force Chaplains, will occupy the
pulpit on August 28.
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Nurse Role Transcends War,
International Congress Is Told
By Jessie Font Evans
In a two-way air journey by
Military Air Transport, Capt, Nel
lie Jane De Witt, ^rector of the
Nurse Corps, United States Navy,
has just re
turned with
Col. Mary G.
Phillips, chief
of the Army
Nursing Serv
ice. from a
visit to service
hosp i t a 1 s in
Germany and
Italy,, and from
attendance at
the lLth Con
gress of the
Internat i o n a 1
Council of r»»* w,“
Nurses held in Stockholm.
Capt. De Witt and Col. Phillips
were the representatives of our
Army and Navy Nursing Corps at
this, the meeting of the oldest in
ternational association of profes
sional women in the world, which
was attended by over 4.500 nurses
assembled from 35 countries. A
fact-finding, standard-making, co
ordinating, non-political non-sec
tarian body, relating to nursing
education and nursing service
founded in 1899 by an English
woman, Mrs. Bedford Fenwick,
with the assistance of nursing col
leagues from all over the world,
its first congress was held in Buf
falo in 1901.
“The general trend of the dis
cussions was not so much the part
nurses might play in future wars,
but how the general welfare of
mankind might be served,” Capt.
De Witt told me. "With the ex
ception pf the isolated and war
devastated countries, where it is
necessary for nurses to regain
what was destroyed, the problems
of nurses seemed to be about the'
same everywhere, as are the needs
for progress in nursing care,” she
said. “There was also a con
sensus among the representatives
and delegates, as to the over-all
need for an auxiliary group to be
designated as practical nurses,
aide*, or by whatever treminology
seems most suitable." Capt. De
Witt emphasized the usefulness of
our Navy's hospital corpsmen in
this connection.
Tribute Taid to Miss tioodncn.
Daisy C. Bridges, the British
representative in the congress and
one of its principal speakers, re
ferred to the debt the nursing
profession owes to Miss Annie
Goodrich, an early crusader to lift
nursing from the level of an ap
prenticeship to a profession, the
founder of the Army School of
Nursing and. until her recent re
tirement, dean of the Yale School
of Nursing. Tribute also was
paid to another American nurse,
who was one of its guests of honor,
Miss Mary M. Roberts, who, after
28 years, is retiring from the
editorship of the American Jour
nal of Nursing.
Of general interest was the
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nurses in attedance, for the trans
portation of wounded from remote
areas to hospitals," Capt. De Witt
commented. Ambulance coaches,
some 25 in all, were featured by
the Swedish State Railways.
These had served, with nurses in
attendance, some 2,500 ill persons
during the last year.
Many courtesies were extended
the visitors by the Swedish Nurses'
Association. A concert was given
by the famous Stockholm Boys'
Choir of 100. Noteworthy, too,
were the colorful folk dances and
a pageant entitled, the "Progress
of Nursing."
Coffee is almost a national
drink, so eeneral is its use. There
are usually two breakfasts in
Stockholm, thf> early one, con
sisting of “kaffe" served with
some type of excellent Swedish
pastry, and a later midmorning
one, much more substantial, with
kaffe served again. The smorg
asbord, bountiful, inviting and
calorie-adding is a prefeature of
all other meals.
Other Views and Customs.
A "bar" does not mean a place
where liquor is available but one
where milk and inexpensive meals
are served. All the Swedish
banks accept American dollars
and Swiss francs for exchange
purposes. Cocktails are seldom
served before dinner in the Amer
ican fashion, but. with wine, have
a place on the menu. A tardy
guest for a meal might be ex
cused the first time but never
would be invited again after a
second offense. At the conclusion
of a meal, a guest is expected to
thank his host and hostess by
shaking hands with them, as the
expressions of pleasure are voiced.
Fellow "MAT" plane pas
sengers on the outward journey,
were Constance Bennett, Sterling
Holloway, the comedian, and the
father-and-daughter team, Gene
and June Lockhart, and other
members of the cast of the USO
show, "John Loves Mary."
Capt. De Witt expressed great
pride in the setup of the Amer
ican service hospitals she visited.
"It is almost impossible to realize
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similar are .they in equipment and
service to those in the United
States, except that our Govern
ment makes a point of using
screened auxiliary helpers and
supplements the staff with foreign
experts, whenever there is need,”
she contented.
Among the United States mili
tary hospitals visited by Capt. De
Witt and Col. Philips were the
97th General, at Frankfurt, for
merly the last word in a German
Air Force Hospital, and built un
der the Hitler regimp. Others
were the 98th in Munich, the
279th in the American sector of
Berlin and a smaller hospital in
Trieste, Italy, once used as an
Italian military establishment.
In the Trieste hospital a group
of American sailor patients greet
er Capt. De Witt with, "Gee whiz!
Here comes a U. S. A. woman Navy
captain in the good old blues!
What next? Orders home, may
be!"
Born in Pennsylvania and
trained at Stamford <Conn.) Hos
pital, Nellie Jane De Witt is a
graduate of the Navy nurses'
dietetic-training course at George
Washington University. She has
attained the highest nursing post
within the United States Navy and
stresses the opportunities which
a nursing career with the armed
services, or its Reserve corps, offers
to public-spirited young women
who like to see the world. “A well
trained Nurses’ Reserve Corps is a
strong asset in any preparedness
program and United States Navy
nurse recruiting has taken an up
ward swing since the American
Nurses’ Association has taken an
active part in its procurement
program,” she said.
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QFPRFTARIM Strayer College ol Secretarial Training
MMvIlM I ItHlItiJ Thirteenth and F Streets. NA. 1746
Open nil the summer, dny and evening. Students may enroll as beginners In
shorthand and typewriting, for review or refresher training, or for dictation and
Evontng^ourseo—New classes the first and third Mondays of each month.
Day Coorses—Fall term classes begin September 14 and 19. Ask for Secretarial
Registration ofReo open dally and on Monday, Wednesday and Friday oronlngs.
SPEECH-PERSONALITY £!*“*?>*!
ME 2299 (Air-Conffttioned)
For Men, Women. Teen-agers: PUBLIC SPEAKING. DICTION. VOIC
MAR. CORRECTIVE SPEECH. CONFIDENCE. POISE. CONSTRUCTIVE 1
MANNERS, CONVERSATION ENROLL NOW. Approved for Veterang. .
person or telephone ME. 2299. Open S»turd*ys 10 to 2. 18th BoMMif

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