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PART III - SEARCHING FOR HELP
CHAPTER 3 - THE CHAMBER WAS EMPTY ...

We were flying over the Atlantic in a fast, modern plane. It was a rather rough flight and I showed Catherine what to do in case of airsickness. She was annoyed, exclaimed that she loved the flight. Lonci, on the other hand, felt extremely ill.
Meanwhile, my neighbor, a well-dressed American lady, was sleeping happily. Obviously a seasoned traveler, she had put on slippers for the evening and had a black kerchief over her eyes. While she slept, one of her arms fell over my shoulder. Soon her head followed. Very carefully, to avoid awakening her, I turned back to Lonci. She was awake and smiled, which by the way, was the only time she smiled on the long Atlantic crossing. Whispering, she said, "This is a good omen."
Soon, however, the plane dipped jerkily into an air pocket, and the young lady stirred and turned in the other direction. We spoke to her later during the flight. She was Inez Robb, a well-known columnist on her way back from the Austrian border. I had the pleasure of reading her articles later on and appreciated her good words for the Hungarian cause.
Before long we were arriving. The gigantic city of New York unfolded for us and in a few minutes we landed at Idlewild.
The reception was heart-warming. The smiling faces of old friends dissolved any feeling of strangeness in those first minutes in America. Anna Kethly greeted me warmly, and I was especially happy to see the faces of former city colleagues in the welcoming party. I was introduced to several distinguished people including a former ambassador, Angier Biddle Duke, President

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