HUNGARY: Old Premier, New Salutes

While the Rumanian Parliament last week interested itself in uniforms (see above), in Hungary legislators were concerned not only with uniforms but salutes. In Budapest eight years ago fashionable

Magyars spoke English with what they thought was an American accent, wined and danced to jazz bands in the Café New York, Café Boston or Café Philadelphia, and affected U. S. business suits and hornrimmed glasses. Today single-breasted coats with peak lapels have given way to snappy uniforms and shiny boots, and when the newly elected Kepviselohdz (Chamber of Deputies) convened last week in its wing of the six acres of...

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