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Wife of AP Man
Tells of Soldiers'
Reaction to 'Baby'
By Barbara Brines
Associated Priss War Correspondent
WITH UNITED STATES
TROOPS IN KOREA, Nov. 21.—
A woman should go to war.
It can make her feel 10 tp 12
years younger. And she can come
away feeling pleasantly spoiled.
A woman is an oddity—and ap
parently a pleasant one—to the
Barbara Brines is the wife of Bussell
Brines, chief of the Associated Press
bureau in Tokyo, who now is on a visit
in the United States.
foot soldier going up to the front.
She may look like a potato sack
tied in the middle. But if she
wears bright lipstick and a big
smile, the wolf calls and whistles
from 18 and 20-year-old men will
make her feel like a real life pin
up girl. '
But there is another side of it,
too. Instead of making her feel
10 years younger, war can make
her feel 60 years older.
She rides in a Jeep slithering at
5 miles an hour through a mud
sheathed road. It’s lined on both
sides by infantrymen. She can
tell they are weary by the way
their backs are bent.
She feels ashamed riding in the
jeep while they slog along on foot.
She hunches her shoulders and
pulls down her helmet. Her jeep
gathers speed as it leaves the in
fantry behind and she sits upright
again. The jeep takes her to a
town which has just been knocked
out by artillery and air strikes.
She is comforted by the thought
there is no enemy alive here—un
less he could live in hell.
With this thought in mind, she
decides to look her womanly best
when sne passes the infantry
again on the return trip. She.
redoes her lips, pushes off her
helmet and lets her hair blow in
the breeze.
This time the infantrymen see
her, all right. And she knows it.
At first they don’t believe it.
Then smiles break the crusts of
dirt around the corners of their
mouths. The whistle and wise
crack—real American style.
“Hey, a woman! And she’s a
woman! And she’s white, too.”
“Say, baby, what were you do
ing up there, anyway? Trying to
get killed or something?”
“Hey, baby, wanta share my
dinner with me?” calls another,
waving a can of beans. ^Hey,
New Mexico Seeking
Cause of Prison Riot
(y the Associated Pratt
SANTA PE, N. Mex., Nov. 21.—
Authorities today sought the came
of a State prison riot which in
jured six guards, none seriously,
and wrecked two offices and the
prison canteen.
Warden Howell Gage said the
hour-long-uprising behind the New
Mexico Penitentiary wills yester
day may have been connected with
one prisoner “who was out of
line.”
He added that attempts to es
cape and rebellion at alleged mis
treatment definitely were not
reasons for the riot.
About 100 convicts armed with
razors, knives, crude blackjacks,
chains and pieces of pipe roved
through the prison, overwhelming
guards in the exercise yard, ad
ministrative office, canteen, laun
dry and tailor shop.
Prison guards and two dozen
heavily armed State and city po
lice quelled the convicts without
firing a shot. They used several
tear gas bombs.
Mexican Consul Bernardo Blanco
and his secretary were visiting the
prison when the rioting started.
They were trapped in a guard
house. Mr. Blanco escaped in
jury but his secretary. Jorge L.
Castillo, was hit by bricks and fly
ing glass.
Mr. Blanco said: “The men told
me they ‘had to do it’ because of
bad treatment.”
700 U. S. Troops Added
To Berlin Garrison
By the Associated Press
BERLIN, Nov. 21.—Seven hun
dred American troops will be
transferred here from West Ger
many this week to strengthen the
Berlin garrison, it was learned to
day.
The GIs are the first battalion
of the 6th Infantry Regiment.
Two hundred other troops of
the regiment arrived last week.
MRS. BARBARA BRINES.
—AP Wirephoto.
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