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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 23

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Palm Beach Post. Thurs.. Novenfber U, 1968 Bll DRAGNET Nixon Selects Reliable 'Liaison Man' fBTI WTYOUI u l l happened :o be Wilfred McNeil in 1944. It was McNeil who asked that Lincoln be appointed to succeed him as Assistant Secretary of Defense in 1959. Lincoln became a vice president of Litton Industries and president of one of its subsidiaries, the Monroe Calculating Machine Company, In 1961. He joined the law firm of Meyer, Kissel, Matz & Seward In 14, then switched to the Nixon firm two years later. He likes to travel and take pictures. Miss Colby said, and he also likes to dig In his garden at him home In Short Hills, N.J. 7 DM I TONIGHT Yjl ministration when Lincoln succeeded his friend, Wilfred J. McNeil, as Assistant Secretary of Defense and controller of the Defense Department. They were not "palsy-wal-sy" in those years, one ac-acquaintance of Lincoln recalled today. But in later years they were thrown together more closely. In 1966, after a period of industry, Lincoln Joined the New York law firm of Nixon, Mudge, Rose, Guthrie, Alexander & Mitchell. There, working together on clients' cases and other business, they came to know each other better. Lincoln learned much about the working of Nixon's mind. Lincoln was in the Defense from Columbia University in KM. He was married In 1938 to Helen C. Benz. They have two children, Carol Ann, now Mrs. Gary J. Concors of Wilmington, Del., and Franklin Benjamin Lincoln III an enlisted man in the navy. Lincoln began his career with the New York law firm of Sullivan & Cromwell in 1934. He and two other lawyers founded their own firm, Lund-, gren, Lincoln & McDaniel, in 1941. Lincoln held various military jobs during World War II, including a period as a naval officer. He resigned his commission to become civilian counsel to tie fiscal director of the Navy Department who Department only long enough to prepare Eisenhower's last defense budget, out he did impress his Pentagon colleagues as being a man who works well with people. His secretary In the Nixon !iw firm. Miss Lorraine Corby, has noticed that he insists on dealing directly with large numbers of people, no matter how busy he Is. He answers or returns all telephone calls and Instructs Miss Corby, "Don't screen me." "He doesn't want to be cut off from reality," she said. Franklin Lincoln was born Jan. 18, 1KW, to Franklin Benjamin and Anna Ellensberg Lincoln. He took a bachelor's degree from Colgate University in 1931 and a law degree (C) NEW YQRK TIMES NEWSSERVICE WASHINGTON - President elect Nixon must have known thousands of persons in the Kisenhower administration. When he chose a man to serve as his liaison with the Johnson administration and direct the transition between governments, he selecled not a famous or Influential figure of the 1950's but a man who was almost obscure in Eisenhower Washington. He is Franklin Benjamin Lincoln Jr., a successful New York lawyer and businessman who, like many such men, participates in government as a civic duty. Of all the reasons Nixon might have had for choosing Lincoln to handle the delicate task of representing him in Lyndon Johnson's White House, one is seen here as most important. The Presi-' elect has great confidence in him. A person who knows both men put it this way: "There Is nothing about Mr. Lincoln that he would have to worry about." Lincoln Is described by one associate as "analytical and not inclined to rash judgments." In other words, he is the kind of man Richard Nixon would feel at ease with. The two men were briefly acquainted during the last two years of the Eisenhower ad .i.nr-il .mi .. 1 1 1 Pueblo Move Awaits Nixon, Some South Koreans Think thjusksgiviek SALE 5 ter, who were captured by the North Koreans in May, 1963 after their craft had inadvertently flown over the armistice line, were freed exactly one year later. They were Capt. Ben W. Stutts and Capt. Charleton W. Voltz. North Korea released them only after the top U.S. military official here apologized for the "act of espionage" and gave assurances against any repetition of such an act. When the prospects for the early release of the Pueblo crew became dim in the spring, many observers thought that the North Koreans would hold the Americans for at least a year, as was done In the case of the helicopter pilots. Maj. Gen. Gilbert H. Wood (C) Npw York Tim Newsservice SEOUL, South Korea, South Korean observers believe the North Koreans will wait until the new American president, Richard M. Nixon, takes office in January before making any new move for the release of the 82 captive crewmen of the Intelligence ship Pueblo. That view is shared by some United States military officers at the headquarters of the United Nations command and United States forces in Korea. They say January will be a crucial month for the Americans who are eager to go home from the Communist detention camp where they have been held since last January. It was recalled here that two crewmen of an American helicop ward, the top U.S. negotiator in the secret talks at Panmun-jom with the North Koreans on the Pueblo has extended for "several months" his normal six-month tour of duty as senior delegate of the United Nations Command military armistice commission. His term was to have expired at the end of October. 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