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PATENT COMMISSIONER TAKES OATH—Lawrence C. Kings
land (leftL St. Louis patent attorney, shown as he was sworn in
Tuesday by Secretary of Commerce Harriman as commissioner
of patents. *—Star Staff Photo.
Reich Industry Foiled
Allied Control in '20,
Farben Trial Is Told
By Associated Press
NUERNBERG, Germany, Sept.
11.—Germany's chemical industry
"frustrated” Allied control as early
as 1920 and succeeded in thwarting
the Versailles Treaty. British Brig.
John H. Morgan testified in the trial
of the I. G. Farben chemical com
bine directors today.
Brig. Morgan was a member of
the Allied Control Commission after
World War I.
He said the chemical industry in
1914 W'as so geared that it could
wage war at 24 hours notice, adding
that without the chain of plants
which eventually grew into the FarT
ben combine, Germany would have
lost World War I by 1915.
The prosecution placed Brig. Mor
gan on the witness stand to detail
the role of Farben’s predecessor
firms in German war plans as far
back as 1914. Brig. Morgan testi
fied that the German government
after the end of World War I set
up a control council to “assist” the
Allied officers in demobilizing the
Reich’s war industry and army.
“All it did was frustrate us,” Brig.
Morgan said. “We were never able
to conduct an inspection without a
German officer accompanying us,
ostensibly for our protection. When
ever anything happened, though, he
always mysteriously disappeared.
The object of this council, we soon
found out, was not to assist but to
frustrate us.”
Brig. Morgan testified that the
1 chemical industry w'gs so com
plicated that the Allied commis
sion was unable to draw the line
between peacetime and wartime
production.
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D. C. Reciprocity Club
Plans Meeting Tonight
The Reciprocity Club of America,
Washington Section, will meet at
the Mayflower Hotel at 6:38 o’clock
tonight. A Board of Directors’
meeting is scheduled at 4 o’clock.
The club also is having a fall out
ing at the home of Frank Malice,
corresponding secretary of the club,
I near Falls Church, Va., beginning at
noon Saturday.
I not solve,” he asserted. "Even the
great Geneva conference for dis
armament later did not dare to
discuss this problem, and therefore
met in vain. The Germans always
stated we would destroy the life
of their important industries if we
would destroy the great chemical
plants.
"There is really no great differ
ence between the production of
harmless colors in peacetime and
the production of deadly poison gas.
Both products go the same way in
their fabrication up to the last,
stages. Blasting powder comes out
of the same factories.”
Large Firms' Chest Drive
To Be Headed by Kronheim
Milton S. Kronheim, president of
a wholesale liquor firm, will direct
activities among Washington firms
of 10 employes or more in the an
nual Commun
ity <5hest Fede
ration drive for
funds. The cam
paign will open
November 12.
Mr. Kronheim,
who has been
associated with
chest activities
for several years,
was chairman
of the same unit
campaign last
year. He is a
member of the
board of direct
ors Of the Legal Mr. Kronheim.
Beverage Industry, a national public
relations organization for the liquor
industry.
Edward H. Foley, jr.. assistant
i Secretary of the Treasury, will be
general chairman of the campaign.
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Vienna Philharmonic,
BrunoWalterReunited
By the Associated Press
EDINBURGH, Sept. 11.—Bruno
Walter, one of the - world's great j
symphonic conductors, has been re
united temporarily with one of the:
world’s great orchestras—the Vien
na Philharmonic—after nine years:
of separation because of his refusal;
to knuckle down to Hitler.
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Mr. Walter, who spent the war
years in the United States and was
appointed musical director of the
New York Philharmonic Society last
February, led.the Vienna orchestra
through two Beethoven symphonies
and Vaughan Williams’ “Tallis
Fantasia for Strings’’ at the Edin
burgh festival of music Tuesday
night, winning the acclaim of
critics.
“A performance of rare beauty,’
the London Times commented.
Mr. Walter, born and educated in
Berlin, headed German orchestras
t and opera companies until 1933.
! when Hitler came to power. He
: fled to Austria and became director
| of the Vienna State Opera and the
i Philharmonic—only to flee again in
1938 when Germany seized that
country with the anschluss.
So many thousands have been
crowded out of the Walter per
formances that a double program
is planned next Saturday as a finale
to the reunion.
Garden and Hobby Show
Slated in Falls Church
Falls Church's second annual
dahlia, garden and hobby show will
be held from 3 to 10:30 p.m. Satur
day at the Madison School.
Sherman M. Wells, chairman
urged gardeners to submit vegetable
I exhibits of all kinds. All exhibits
j must be in place by 1 p.m. and ex
hibitors may make more than one
entry in each class except where
otherwise noted.
An additional feature of the show
this year, Mr.-Wells said, will be a
television exhibit provided by a local
radio store, beginning at 6 p.m.
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