Nazi prisoner of Oyster Bay released
Says Aide U.S. Sent Saved Nazi-HeldGIs Nazi-HeldGIs Nazi-HeldGIs i Oyster Bay, June 13 "We would St.,ihflv starved and gone nuts if It ex-! ex-! hadn't been for that," declared Sgt. John ft. Beres of this community who has just returned from a German German prison camp. He was referring to the services supplied by the war prisoners aid agencies of the New York National War Fund and the For- Red Cross Mor-1 Mor-1 One of his cherished possessions 'is a wartime diary in which he re corded his daily experiences and menus he planned to enjoy when he got home. scholar-1 scholar-1 He told of orchestras organized, activi-jof activi-jof football and baseball leagues boxing programs and art classes in the prison camp that were made possible through equipment re ceived from the United States, Men who never took the time to i read books before, he said, read out- everything that came to camp. They had a 3,000-book 3,000-book 3,000-book library.