The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 28, 1947 · Page 14
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PAGE FOURTEEN HLYTHIOVILLK (AUK.) COUKIHR NKWS THURSDAY, AUGUST £8, 1047 FarbeaOificials' War Trial Starts 24 Cartel Executives „ Charged With Making World War II Possible BY JO THOMPSON (United Frrss Staff Correspondent) NUREMBERG, Au«. 23. (UP)—The United Stales opened the war crimes trial of 24 I. G. Faiben officials yesterday with a charge that they we're the master builders of Adolf Hitler's army and \vere largely responsible for the Second World War. "These are the men who made the war possible, and they did it because they warned to conquer," Brls. Gen. Telfcrd Taylor, chief prosecutor, told tlie American tribunal hearing the trial. ' The executive, of the vast FAv combine went en trial in the courtroom where Hermann Gcering and the other Nazi government leaders were convicted. It was tiie first major test of war criminality in the field of industry. They were indicted last May 3 oil charges of planning, preparation, initiation and waging of wars of aggression and invasions of other countries; rcbbcry and sl>o:;ation; slavery and mass murder; membership in the criminal SS police organization; and conspiracy to commit crimes against peace. Taylor, in opening the case,'branded the topdogs of the worldwide industrial cartel as "magicians who made the fantasies ol Mehi Kamv>£ come (rue." "They were the guardians of the state secrets of the Third Reich." he toki the court. "They were the master builders of the Wehrmacht. They knew every detail of the intricate' and enormous engine of warfare! and watched its growth with the pride of architects. Called Industrial I'lumlercrs "They knew thai the engine was going to be used, and they planned to use it themselves. Europe is dot- led with the mines and factories which they coveted, and for each step in the march of conquest there was a program of industrial plunder which was put into prompt and ruthless execution.'' Their contributions toward the creation and sparking of the Wehr- macht stemmed from bottomless vanity and insatiable ambition which spurred them on to aggression, Taylor charged. fHc said the trial was no act o! vengeance but an "inescapable am solemn duty to test the conduct o: these men by the ;;amc laws aiK commandments which they dare< disapow. "The crimps with which these inn are" charged wore not committed ii u rage or under the stress or sud den temptation. They were not slip or lapses of otherwise wcll-orderei men. "One does not build a stupendou war machine in a fit of passion no an Auschwitz factory during a pass ing spasm of brulality." The reference was to the Ails;]! wltz concentration camp, ivhcr Farhen had a branch factory, synthetic rubber plant where th slave labar was subjected to atroci tics which caused a turnover o! 30 per cent in a year. Taylor traced the history of Par ben from a modest start as a dj works to a global combine. He sai the first major step of the officia was to help put Hitler in powe They then made big contributioi to the Nazis, he said, began build ing stockpiles of synthetic and gasoline, and training the factory hands -in defense against gas attacks and air raids. Converted to Espionage 'After the 1936 Nurenbcrg rally of the Nszis, at which Hitler announced P- four-year plan to make Germany self sufficient, in critical war materials, Taylor suid, the Farbcn outposts abroad were converted more and more to espionage and Lovely Sight, Isn't It? .„ -m; m "' Eleanor Says James Farley Wronged FDR KAW YORK. Ana. 28. (UP)MMrs. Klciinor Roosevelt, denied today that she ever told James A. Farley, former clialrnian of the Democratic Pally, tlial the ]atc President HOC.SP- velt found it difficult to relax "u'i'.li people who aren't liis social equals." In her question and answer col- iimrt in Hie Ladies Home Journal Mrs. Hoosevell said. "The statement rouhl never have been inadc l)y me, .siuv I never had hail sucii y ill.S." The former lirs", lady suld Faricy was "not the person 1 though' him." and criticised the one-tltiK po.stnia.ster Bt'iieml :or allegedly ut- Itnvliit; liis imtobiogrnphy to lie .l \vntu,n by Walter Tiohati o! I he Chien^o Tfibuntr. The bant:, en- titlcrl "Why 1 Broke Witli Roose- lelt," wn.s published serially in Co!- FHA Allocation Of $8,327,000 Made to Arkansas l,riTI,B HOCK. Aug. 28. (UP) — Siiiiu 1 S? 327.0CO has boon allocated by the F.irmcis Home Administration for 10VM8 fiscal year loans and iiL-Airnnfc of Joans in Arkan fas, according to iitate PHA Director J. V. Highlit). IlighUII said Hint $589.2ia wos pro. vick-d for insurance up to 00 It cent of mortgages noaotintcd by private lenders for purchase of essentials for ercj) production. Mode! Jet Plane iier's \faga7,ine. •Mrs. Hot;.sf?velt sixki .she was surprised- that Farley should place em phasis on "purely .society questions' al a lime when jiuw policies OLT social questions wort- inosL imjJor- tunt. 1 Un/itllng]y, In .some way, I ficcni to have hurt both 'Mr. and Mrs. Fuiley," Mrs. Roosevelt .said, "but 1 It-el ! never treated thum any differently from any other member ot the cabinet." It takes off wilh a roar and trails on orange streak of flame —but Ralph Koss of Columbia, S. C., doesn't claim supersonic ,spcc<t tor his )cl powered model plane, lie displayed it at In- tenuilkjiKil Model Piano meet itt Detroit. But it's not snow, and :L doesn't ofTcr much' relief from l'ic heat wave (or these three Ctucagoaus. The white, (UuTy slull hlaukclinr, this street is nothing but soapsuds that hacked up from a clogged scwcr. Trying to make "so^p bulls" arc, left to right, Alice; Fi^li:-;-, Claudia.IIcmbiK antl Ch^rltiUo ]Mc.\l!Js!,cr. ropugaiuln. He saitl Farbpn worked out a maze '. more than 2,OOD cartel agreements, s every move mncie in con.suHiUion •kth the Nazi government and deigned to strengthen the technical csition of Germany \vhile slowing own research abroad, purticulurly i the United States. The indictment had charged thiit lirongh iu cartel arrangements ""aib^n retarded the production vithin the United Suites of .synthe- ic rubber, magnesium, synthetic 111- rogen, tetrnzene, atabrlne and sul- i\ drugs. , "The greatest impact upon tin ibflLiy of the pcacc-lovins nation.". ft I he world to defend themselves vas Parben's prewar activities designed to weaken the United States as an ;irscn:i! of • democracy," the indictment said. 'Amoni: the ctcfctuhvnt.s were Hermann Schmltz, chairman of ihc? managing board of directors and director of the B:mk of International Settlements; Gcor^ Von SflniHztcr, director of Far ben',; domestic and foreign sales; C.ul Knuich, chairman of the supervisory board cf directors and Herman Ooeriny's spfcinl consultant on chemical product ion: Heinnch Hocnlein. chief of chemical research; VYiltf Tor Mecr. fitic' of the technical committee who was charged personally with the 1 production of poison £as; Otto Ambros. chief of the chemical warfare committee for (ho Ministry ol Armaments ami manager of the Auschwitz plant. SURE,PEPSI-EVERYTHING'S COSTING MORE THESE, PAYS. POOP'S UP 92% - HOUSE FURNISHINGS 66%- CLOTHES66%- EVERVTWINGS UP- BUT YOU STILL GET A PEPSI "COLA FORONILV^ANOUMCE/ RiSHT/ IN 5P1T6 OF INCREASED COSTS PEPSI-COLA IS ONLY 6^ FOR THE 816 12-OUMCE BOTTLE. IT'S STILL YOUR BEST BUY/ Step Hi •f «ff / l^f^' it Will' ^^ li WWMU 0 ! •j^ : ABSTRACTS Of TfTL€ REAL ESTATE < LOANS TERRY ABSTMT* REALTY CO: BLYTHEVILLE ARK. 8 oz'A'Grade All White Duck 9' and 7i' Be mis Bag Co. COTTON PICK SACKS ACTION'S what you Vinii£lit, sir — nnd J~\- .smoothly siitislyint; :iclion's what we're prepared to give you \vhcn you drive a Buick. Whether it is spanking new or has thousands ot miles of faithful service on it, there's nothing like Huick care and Hnick "savvy" to keep your f?uick baby delivering right up to the hilt. We know what your Buick e:ni do — so we know when it's at its ticst. We ean split a second into lunuli edlhs to get the liming of your I-'irehall engine right on the nose — sensitive, Uuick-appvovcd. bubble glass gauges help align your wheels to keep steering true and taut, and finger-lip responsive. When time finally docs take ils (oil, we have genuine Buiek-cnginecrcd parts wilh which to make replacements. H it's just a case of n well-timed ear spotting what to do to keep your car in ihe pink, we have mechanics who are Buick specialists and who know your Buick baby from the inside out. ll's a grand car you've got there, so why risk missing out on all it can deliver by giving it just ordinary service? Treat il (o real Buick care, made up ol Buick savvy, lUiiek tools, Buick pavts — and get all the happiness and satisfaction you should he gelling from it. L Are You Planning to Move? We offer you this piece of cc|tiipmenl designed for safe trnnaporliition in all typos of woaUiur. Ample Kurnilure puds and oilier equipment to insure siife handling. 24-Hour Service on Notice BOTTOMS UP! It's time (o Kct ih:tl Fall iviinl- robc out and prepare ycurself For the future. Check your shoes; ining them in for new soli's or heels, cleaning or dyeing. HALTER'S Quality Shoe Shop LANGSTON-WROTEN Walnut and Broadway Telephone 555 For Electric Work Call 2397 BOB'S Electric Shop • Farm Wt'ring O House Wiring ® Motor Repairs • Appliance Installation 500 N. Fifth St. BIyth«viJ!e, Ark. Plumbing For Sale Halh tubs, Closets, Lavatories, <iO" inch all-metal Acid- Resistiiiff Cii'nnet Sinks with double drain board. Automatic Oil and Electric Water Healers. Also Septic Tanks. All Pipe & Fittings necessary to install your complete bathroom. Osburn's Plumbing & Heating 1920 West Main St. Phone 875 ATTENTION GINNERS Let us supply you with all your gin needs! We Feature B. F. Goodrich Belting ZV2 -WEST MArW ; ST. PHONE 2O IS FOR SALE Concrete Building Blocks Aquella Water Proofing Paint 12 -48 inch CONCRETE CULVERTS plain or reinforced Osceo!a Tile and CULVERT CO. We Deliver Phone 691 If blue Monday plagues you on Sunday, call 474-475 NU-VVA LAUNDRY CLEANERS M* KMl M&lCVRy StW/Ct ALWAYS S££ yCVR Still & Young Motor Co. 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