The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 15, 1947 · Page 4
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>AGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER II, 1947 U.S. Corporation Helped Germany Farbcn Trial Reveals Huge Firm A id to* NaxJ Cause for 11 Battle Front of the 'Cold War' Moves West BY E. G' VAUCXB United Fr«n Staff Correspondent NUERNBERG. Oct. 15. (UP) —An American wnr crimes tribunal received evidence today lh»t a U. S. (wrporation vrai net up by I. G. Ktr- ben in midtown New York *s in intelligence tg«ncy and A#rvr<i thi German government jmccetsfully for 11 pre-war years, U. S. proseciuors read into the records of (he trial of Pwben directors the evidence about Ohem- cyco, Inc., which was MtablUhed by Farbeh In 1930 In swanky. offlc«i «l 521 Fifth Avenue. New York. The story of Chemnyco W(ut told In a department of Justice report dated Aug. 10, 19-H.f The report concluded that the corporation's •ucceu "may have resulted from the fact that our country did not ace fit to «r*ct defenses." The report pointed out that if Germany *ver hail invaded th« United States, its Army would hare had maps ot oil fields, power circuits, shore lines, harbors, and even one entitled "Approaches to the Panama Canal." Through the services of Chrmny- fo. according to the evidence, Arr\er- Ican industries, chambers of commerce, and even government agencies unwittingly supplied the Germans with facts and figures about the United States Regarding the information from chambers of commerce, the ^—-011. *aid: "Perhaps the most useful to Germany were plant location reports. Chemnyco would let It be known from time to time that Farbon was Interested in selecting certain plant locations in the U. S. for exploitation of its numerous processes. Got Much Data Kn-e "Consequently, and at no expense to Chemnyco, chambers of commerce of stales, caiui'.ie.s nnd communities, as well as other .sources, flooded Chemnyco with information and material about their regions, eager at I IIP prospect of attracting new, industry. "These reports contain exlromc- ly ' detailed information regarding the location of transportation facilities, --power supply, and natural resources and are exactly the type which the allied military government for occupied territories "Is try- Ing to obtain for its own used with respect to German communities." Chemnyco was described ns hnv- ing completely AmcricaniTed itself. All the chief personnel applied for American citizenship. AH but two got it. Chemnyco was set up, according to the evidence, by Max llgner, one of the defendants here, as a "U S. and Tr an. 1 ! At Ian tic Service Corps." It \vas run by his brother 'Rudolf. The corporation operated \rnti Dec. 7, 1941—Pearl Harbor day — .delivering messages through the usi of numerous mail drops and falsi addresses, the report said. The Justice Department accoun said Chemnyco transmitted to Ger mans "tons of material." ranpin from samples of newly discovcrc chemicals to photographs, blue prints and detailed descriptions whole industrial developments, The corporation had a c\ shave during an anti-trust luves tlgatfon in July, 1939, according I the evidence. The night before in vestigators were due, RucioLt I Eg ner ordered Chemnyco's files clear Still Camera Shy labor hoi been cold toCommuniiU w>to poll only 10 to IS per c«nl cl votei. naliont arc better oil thon m^it lorm<( because people f« butlffd down to ing hold t<x recovery, nUatcd on . won«r«, wk* k«v« t«dmo* f«liciH. Two Small Boys Admit ">»tailment ot Train JCOKOMO. Tnd,, Oct.. 16. (U.P.) —Two elglil-yenr-old boys admitted oday that they dropped t railroad spike In an open switch, de- allliiK a Pennsylvania streamliner al« yesterday and Injuring five Arsons. Police said (he two boys admitted In preliminary questioning that they placed the spike between the rail* ot in unlocked switch. They were hrought In for questioning after an imldenlllod resident reported he MW them play- In? near the switch. The passenger train struck the open switch shortly ater pulllns nut of I he Kokomo station. The locomotive and tender ripped un 300 feet of rails and Jack-s-nifcil. dragging the first five ears of the rlBhl-car streamliner Irom the track. h.v party in Franct and «nl)rone v dynamic ffoqram and d«fJNitr flooh, trance'l bad Konomic plight otf»n leitile ground 101 Communnin. forty per cent of people i up poit Com muni iti and are vti-R*d but Moscow ho re wti- pe! to o and win Ihcin DC Gpipcri pnl thrfwrout R«d memberi IBS' 1 TraublcnmVcri iccont violent drive to return got sclbacl. Premier von tript? vole of confidence. But Communisli, vilJi ncnrly 2.250,000 memberi, ore a majoi party and seizure ol Italy f, a major goal ol new Cominlcin olfcniivc. Like Trance ond Italy, Greece is a major objective in Moicow-mspiied driv* to Communiri Europe. Red-supported guerrillai icek to overthrow government. WjrVi Greece in Moscow's fold, Turkey would be encircled by Communist.dominated countries, endangering Near Cast. With revival of the communist International, representing Reds of nine Euro[>en nations who Rim ullle the Mnrshnl] Finn, the USSR opened Us campaign to win western Europe for coinniunisin. Having owed up" the eastein European nations ici-uss-luiU'liud .shndlue) the Reds will concentrate on Pi-ance and <tly, without lessening their efforts to mmslonn sirule^ically-locatcd Greece into a Soviet satellite. rkansas Real Estate Men Blect State Officers EUREKA SPRINGS. Ark.. Oct. . (UP! — H. P. HadlieW of UUIe ock has been elected pvcslrtent the Arknnsfi" Real Estate Asso- atlon. He will lie assisted by H. Utley ot Fiiycttevillc as vice resident, and Tom McDonnell of ttie Rock us secretary treasurer. Before winding up their'annual onvcntlon to establish a real es- te seminar on tile University of rkansas campus. And they acr-"(l o assist in giving the Institu: \ n really library worth 1200. Memphians Accused In Auto Theft Ring PITTSBURGH, Oct. 15. (UP) — WaiviiiK a henring, Vernon Jack Neely. Pittsburgh, was scheduled to be returned to Memphis, Tcnn., today to face charges in an automobile theft ring. Neely. one of five men Indicted In Memphis last week, surrender?.! voluntarily to federal authoritios last night, and posted $5.COO bond. Agents of the Federal Bureau 'if Investigation sfiid the^ group .st.!l? cars lii-re, changed the motor numbers and drove them to Mempln.-, for resnlo. The others indicfcd were Nicl'.o- las n. Cliance. Wilkinsburq. Pn.; his brother. Vincent, 31. Pittsburgh; John Monroe Butler, 23, Pittsbui^.n, aurt Joe F. Ryals, a Memphis us»ti car dealer. flighty Fast Relief For COUGHS«< CHESTCOLDS E • UION Bus Fore Increased I.rri'l.K HOCK, Ark., Oct. 15. (UPJ — Little Hock nnd North I Little Hock bus riders were to begin ' today paying the same fare for j rides on either side of the. Arkansas River ami for UHcr-clty service. I The cfiurtliziUion of fares at seven ' ccnl.s followed action by the North Liltlc Rock City Council grant- Ing permission tor rm increase of one cent In North Little Rock rates. The rnt e differential between Inn adjacent cities hart complicated traveling between the cities. A out. Hundreds ol documents wern troynd. The net resulL wns tlmt Igncr pi ended guilty to obstrnct- ng. Justice and paid R tine of $1,- OOO. 1 Marriage Licenses » Thp following couple ohLnincti ft ! ma fringe Ucenso yeslnrriay nt. the j office of Miss EUxsibelh Blyihe, • county clerk: I Churley Parker nnd Miss Dawn r Roach, both of Manila. IN IOTTLIS AND AT FOUNTAINS • 4.v ^J?tpti-Colu Company, Lonf Itland City, A'. }'. rrRnc'hised^Bt>lller: I'epsi-Cola ,Boltiins C(». of Klythevilte LAY-AWAY DAYS $1 DO WN • §1 WEEK Your deposit now will hold any article in our lay-Away Vaults until Christmas Time GreU Garbo, whos« cam«r«- shynes« m«kes her one of th« world's least-photographed-per- •onalities, was caught by th« camera in London's Trafalgar Square with an unidentified companion, but not before sht used her hat to hide her face. LIKE GOLDEN BROWN FRIED FOOD THAT'S DIGESTIBLE TOO? \ IT £ All VEGETABLE Ladies' beautiful, nationally-famous wakh v/itK melal bond in matching color. GUARD'S JEWELRY STORE Men'* iporls \votch wilh shock-proof, moisture- reiistonl movement. Illumined diol, iwcep iec- ond-hond. avmgs event Silverplale tableware, Wentworth .pattern, mirror finished, 1ST, nickel silver base. Ry the piece 15c up Watch for Our Circular on your doorstep , , , listing additional savings at this big event! Prices Good All This Week! Nickel-plated steel leitclien- ware; potato masher, spoons. cake turner, fork, handM helper . . . IScca Round PYREX Cake Dish, S : :J in. diameter, 2 in. high. Pyrrx Utility Dish—lOli in. long, 6'.: in. wide. 1 in. high. Covered PYRE3C CABSER- OLE. IVi qt. utility pie plate cover. 45c GO SOcea 75cea Makes furniture shine! Use it tn restore your oil mops, and on all wood finishes. 16 oz. Only 9e Shiny new Swedish design, 8'a oz. tumblers. Crystal glass, square bottom. Suitable for everyday use. 3 for lOc Save time, effort, and money! Use Snow Bird self polishing wax; dries hard in 20 minutes. Large 16 oz. size 29c Non-run Children's Rayon Panties; \vith satin stupe, elastic waist. Sizes B-10. Choose from 6 different stylet of rattles in novelty shape*. Comes with teething ring. 7'i in. Scrub Brush with 1 in. bristles. Choose Tampico or • tiffer palmyra brush. 39cpr lOcea 15cee '-- ^" Women's ^^ Cotton Anklets 15c Choose from 4 cay colors in plastic compacts. For loo£e powrtrr. In reo*. blue, preen or black. Pond s Cold Cream, Cleansing Cream. Foundation Cream— ft]] in the popular small Riw. Keep your shoes shincd a. lime with Griffin A-B-C wax. A little applied to your shoes each day will make them last lonter. 9c ea lOcea lOc Don't Miss This Big Sale! BEN FRANKLIN ( O C A t 1 r OWNfO- N/>''OVa

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