The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 21, 1950 · Page 7
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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, I960 BLYTHEVTLLE (ARTC.V COURIER NEWS PAGE SEVEN" Dr. Kurt Schuschnigg Tells Lawyers About Totalitarian Methods •By ARTHUR L~. EDSON | Does h< nlaii TO stay here? WASHINGTON, Sept, 21. (/!>) — "My wife and I have applied (or The thin-faced, gray-haired man our first,, citizenship papers." said talked about justice. i the one-time chancellor of Austria, ' No totalitarian government can' And he smiled, at If he were very lucreed. Prof. Kurl Schusehnigg of pleased. ,,'fit, Louis University told the Amer- W«n Bar Association convention yesterday, unless the Judges are corrupted first. Writer Is Polio Victim NEW YORK, Sept. 21. <*•)--Rich- ! Show Undergoes Minor Operation He spoke calmly, matter of factly. Like any college professor. Yet— (On March 11, 19381 Dr. Kurt Von _ r Schuschnigg, Chancellor Austria, a rd B. Lauterbacl-ir 36?"foreign" eor- walked to the radio microphone, respondent, author and editor, died For four years he had tried to hold yesterday of polio at Willard Part- Austria out of Hitler's greedy grasp, er Hospital. The chancellor said: I Lauterbach was a former senior ("And so I take leave of the Aus- editor of Life magazine and was its trlon people with a German word chief correspondent in Russia where uf farewell which I utter from the lie covered the war from the Bus- depths of my heart: 'Gott Schuetze slan front In 1942 and '43. He work- OesteiTeich!'" God protect Austria!) ed for the;N'ew York star in 1948-49. Prof. Schuschnigg told the law-1 — yers that Europeans loyal to their leaders before Hitler began to overrun Eurnpe "had to atone for their former loyalty" tn the years until the Nazis were crushed. He continued: Prison Cell for All LUTON, England, Sept. 21. (/P»— 'Then the, wheel turned once Playwright George Bernard Shaw more, prisons and similar Insttln- today underwent a .second major tloiis changed their inmates and opeiaUon al the hospital «her« he'. their wards, and so It is easily to has" been recovering from a brok- be explained that nowadays in cen- en thigh, the British Press Asso- tral Europe it became almost a! elation reported, mailer of good and normal personal | The agency said the new sur- record to have at least been once gery was designed to relieve a imorisoned because of high treason bladder and kidney condition which —because it proves that one had began to trouble the 94-year-old been loyal to an established socialo- j Irish-born dramatist, after he was logical order." ,- ' j first operated on lor a'fractured (No one in the democracies kuew, thigh. vhat had happened to SchuschnlggI Shciw broke his thigh In a fall <fjf 1938. There were reports tliat his in .his garden, feautiful fiancee, Countess Vera| After .the thigh was operated on Fugger von Bibenhausen, visited; Sept. 11 Shaw was pronounced In him daily in prison. -Later there good condition. However, the blad- was a report they had been married by proxy. .<Bi4t officially—as 'was true of so • many others swallowed, up by the German war machine—there was silence.) | How can totalitarianism exist?' How does It become' Imposed .so completely on a people? Prof. Schuschnigg said: "When judges are widely removed In a'purge because of their former affiliation, out of racial or confessional reasons; when they ire-sup' posed to decide, civil and criminal • cases not according to law but to: what was called 'the healthy sentt- i ; ment of the perception of the peo: pie.' and when the total Corruption 1 of the judiciary Is completed, then I and only then will modern totalitarianism ... be able to paralyze the mind of. the people." • (Th« report went out: Schusch- nigg la dead. Yet h« wasn't dead. Somehow not only he, but also his ; *1fe, survived. They were liberated ^Sby the American armies.) ™ Lawyers and reports went up to Schuschnigg-when he had completed his talk. Yes, he likes it in St. Louie. He teaches European history and government. Getting along tine, thanks. tier condition shortly afterward caused his physicians some concern Korea has more than 100 useable off-shore anchorages. 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