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USO Need Still Exists, Emil Schram Declares The truce in Korea has not cut down the need for USO centers, either in Korea or at home, Emil Schram, president of the United Services Organiza tion, said yesterday. Mr. Schram, speaking at a luncheon of the National Capital Area USO Committee in the National Press Club, said it is more important now than ever to maintain “the touch of home” the centers provide for service men. “With the cessation of hostili ties,” he added, it is hard to keep up the interest in the USO. But they are more important today than ever before. Trial of Bramblett Postponed to Dec. 2 The trial of Representative Bramblett, Republican, of Cali fornia, on payroll padding charges, originally scheduled to begin yesterday, has been post poned until December 2, pend ing argument on motions attack ing the indictment. The motions will be heard be fore Judge F. Dickinson Letts in the U. S. District Court for the District of Columbia on Friday. Defense Attorney Edward Ben nett Williams will contend that certain of the 18 counts in the indictment should be thrown out under a three-year statute of limitations. Last week Judge Letts rejected an attack on the indictment based on the fact that prospective grand jurors erroneously were barred because they vote elsewhere. Fort Davis Citizens Back Bridge at Jones Point The Fort Davts Citizens’ Asso ciation last night came out in favor of the proposed Jones Point Bridge, provided the ex penses of construction be pro rated among the Federal Gov ernment, Maryland, Virginia and the District. “We’re going to be paying for a bridge whether we want it or not,” said William Duvall, a member. “So let’s try to get one that will do the Southeast sec tion some good.” He pointed out that a bridge spanning the Potomac between Jones Point in Alexandria and the Blue Plains area would shunt heavy through truck traf fic away from the heart of the city. He termed the present traffic setup a “national dis grace.” The association met in the Ryl an d Methodist Church, Branch avenue and S street S.E. COAL 'blue coal 7 (riffith (ONSUMERS ME. 8-4840 More Air Strength May Reduce Ground Forces in Europe The United States may even tually put more air power in Europe and pull out some of its ground troops there. Secretary of Defense Wilson dropped this hint at a news conference yesterday. The Na tion’s growing arsenal of new weapons will contribute to this possibility “in the long run,” he added. He did not define “long run.” Asked about the possibility of withdrawing troops, Mr. Wilson replied cryptically “Whether we take our load in airpower or in ground power is a thing that has to be worked out.” Asked About Tank Division. “It would be a great mistake if the people of our country got into a rut on decisions that have been made in the past,” he added. A reporter called the Secre tary’s attention to a ( published report from Europe that the United States has discarded “a plan” to send another armored division to Europe. “I don’t think they need an other armored division over there from this country,” he commended, but added there had never been a firm plan to send one, although it had been discussed. At no time would Mr. Wilson say definitely whether the United States has present plans to reduce its force, in Europe. There are now the ' equivalent of six divisions there. However, it was recalled that Mr. Wilson had commented at a previous news conference that “We have too many people overseas” and that his deputy, Roger M. Kyes, told reporters after a 30-day inspection trip there were “soft spots” that could be eliminated. Goals Being Reappraised. 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