COMMUNISTS: No Hard Feelings

Seven weeks after Communist Gerhart Eisler sneaked out of the U.S. as a stowaway, his wife Brunhilde, 37, set off in style last week to join him in the Soviet sector of Berlin. Because she was being deported (for overstaying her visitor's permit), the U.S. Government had to lay out $468.09 for her airline ticket. Even so, she was feeling a little miffed.

"I think I was treated unfairly," she said, and blamed her six-week detention on Ellis Island on a plot "to get even with my husband." But, she added magnanimously, "I...

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