The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 3, 1948 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 3, 1948
Page 2
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BLYTHKVILLK (ARK.) COUKi*« MJKWB THUMDAY, JUKI «, German Dodors Pay for Crimes DM Oa GoHwn far inrtal Experiments Germany, June I. —(UP)— Seven Nail doctors convicted of atrocious experimentation am prisoner! went to their deaths juttrday on the twin cafiowt used IB tb« 1M« Nuernberg eieeutl(*>, of the topflight German war crim- Karl • Brandt, peraonal physician of Adolf Hitler and the most notorious of the group, was arrogant and defiant a* he mounted (rx steps of tbe gibbet atthe dark gray stone prison where Hitler himself one* served time. All protested Innocence, and mouthed an Injustice. Each was allowed a few last words. One, Joachim Mrugowsky, cried: "I die as a German sentenced by a brutal enemy. Germany will ris« again." They were taken singly to the open courtyard where the twin gal- !owc stood. Their hands were tied behind their backs, and guards flanked them as they approached the IS steps leading up to the noose. The condemned men wore black shirts and trousers, without belU, suspenders or shoe laces,' Elocution, last One Hour BKh separate job look about 10 minutes. The overall time was one hour and two minutes. Convicted at Nuernberg last August alter an eight-month trlnl, they appealed without success to the U. S. military government lor I clemency and petitioned the U. S. 1 om * upreme Court for a review of their C8-&C- Gen. Lucius I>. Clay, American occupation commander, upheld the 'US. tribunal that sentenced them and the supreme court refused Jurisdiction. • In addition to Brandt, those •xecuted were Wolfram Sievers di- US. Ships Ply Mediterranean ToXeepPeace WASHINaTON, June 1. (UP) — The U. 6. Naval Foro* in Uve Mediterranean la fully manned and ready (or action. Its mtsalon la to be ready to evacuate U. 6. occupation force*, if necessary, and to out oc a "show of force" that will deter other nations !rom give action. That information was given to a closed session of the House Naval Appropriations Subcommittee several week* ago by Adm. Ixxjis E. Denfeld, chief of naval operations. His testimony waa released today. "The reason we have this force of one carrier, three crul«ra and 10 destroyers in the Mediterranean," h« said,'"us to be available In the event that our occupation forces have to evacuate. "We hav* In Europe, occupation forces in Germany, in Trieste- w« have missions in Greece and in Turkey; and these ships are there not only to be available to evacuate these personnel in case ol emergency but also u a show of force to prevent any nation from talcing any action which they might lake it our ships were not present there.' Russian Envoy Consults Molotov On Lend-Lease NEW YORK, June- S. (UP) — Alexander Panyushldn, Russian ambassador to tbe United Slates, left ^aOuardla Airport today en mute to Moscow for confutation with Foreign Minister V. M. Molotov on end-lease questions. Punyushkln, speaking- through an nterpreter, said the question of the ships lent to Riusla by the United Stales wotild be one o( :he general subject* of his discussions. The Russians, he said, "not only believe In peace but we do and will do everything possible to maintain peace. "First we need all She governments to understand that peace is very Important for all peopla*," he said, - • Asked what la considered the main difficultly between the United Stales and the Soviet Union, he Haiti: "You understand what the difficulties are. You all read the notes of Ambassador Smith and the answer of Molotov." Regarding the success of the Marshall Plan In Western Eurojw, I'nnyushkln aald, "the future will show us." sUcht SWe W Ship "Starboard" means "steer»lde," or the right side of a ship, because the steering oar on Norse and medieval vessels was placed on the side near Ilia stern, according U> the JEncy- clopedia Brltannlca, Pie or cake li easier to cut If the knlft Is Ilrst dipped in boiling water. Czech Communist Shot Just Prior to flection PRAGUE, June 3. —J(UP)— A Moacow-lralned member of the "Inner circle," which rules the Czech Communist Party, was shot to death'Just before the elections, authoritative sources said yester- Augustln Sram, *1. who trained Czech partisans In Moscow during the was, waa slain Thursday night, these sources said. It was the tlrsl major political slaying In Czechoslovakia since the war. A gunman was said to have gone to Sram's. home, called him to the door, and told him: "The brothers REDUCED THIS WEIK rector of a research institute whlc»i collected Jewish skeletons tor "research"- Karl Genhardt, Htmmlers's personal physician; Rudolph Brandt, no relation to Karl, a personal administrative 'assistant, to Himmler; Joachim Mr ug owsk y, ehief ol the SS Hygienic Institute; Viktor Brack, a colonel in the SS Medical Corps; and Waldemar Hp- ven, chief physician in the notor- iou* Buchenwald . concentration C *Evldence introduced at their trlnl eonvlcted them of inhuman and death dealing experiments on tn- matea of Nail concentration camps. Grand Jury Investigate* Report of Horse Meat Used in School Lunches HOUSTON, Tex., June S—(UP! . ^A county grand Jury sought to-'. day .to 'learn whether Houston school children have been eating horse meat .all semester, send you greetings." Then he fired several allots, kill- Ing Srsm, it was said. 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