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Ilse Koch was whisked from an American prison to a German one today to face her own country men's judgment of her deeds as the infamous mistress of Buchenwald Fears of American authorities that some of the 4.000 Jews in nearby displaced persons camps would stage a demonstration failed to materialize. The transfer from the American wlr crimes prison here to the Aichach women's pris on was carried out without in cident. Ilse, wife of the now-dead, Buchenwald commandant, was un happy about her forthcoming trial. Worst Day of Her Life. Col. Walter R. Graham, of St. Paul, Minn., director of the L berg prison, quoted her as s "It's the worst day of m> That is because I am being turned over to the German police." Ilse, 42, completed a four-year j I term in the American prison, j Originally she was sentenced to life on charges growing out of a j reign of cruelty at the Buchen wald concentration camp. Later Gen. Lucius D. Clay. United States military governor, cut the term. German ' authorities plan to complete her case late this year and to bring her to trial at Augs burg early in 1950. They have charged her on five major counts, one of which involves the wanton shooting of 24 Jewish inmatefc of Buchenwald in 1941. It is probable filso that the charge that she made lamp shades Ait of the tattooed skins of Buchenwald prisoners will be aired again at the German trial. She denied the charge during her trial before a United States military court. Refuses Comment on Son. She refused to talk to reporters today about her son, born in prison two years ago. The boy was turned over to a welfare agency. Ilse took a brief look at the sky USE KOCH Turned over to German authorities. —AP Wirephoto. « •**< as she walked into the Landsberg prison courtyard. She was flanked by a matron and the prison pro vost marshal. Noticing a semicircle of photo graphers. she said: ‘Children, children, you must be awfully poor if you must take pictures of me to r make a living.” She stood thin-lipped in the prison courtyard while Dr. Hans Ilkow read a formal order advising her she now was under arrest by the Germans. Then she was hus tled into a small green panel truck. Dulles, Jessup to Get Honorary Degrees Senator Dulles, Republican, of New York, and Dr. Philip G. Jes sup. United States Ambassador at large, will be among the recipients of honorary degrees at Lafayette College. Easton, Pa., during found ers' day ceremonies next Saturday, the college announced yesterday. Honorary degrees also will be awarded to Capt. James T. Reside, USN, of 2012 Glenn Ross road. Sil ver Spring, and Eli Swavely, 5437 Connecticut avenue N.W., former head of the Army and Navy Prep School. tmtf If siHm changes when flying, nliwd with A ■ Helps ti contrtl organs il balance, fliitls Hit ntrus ADAM A. WESCHLER & SON, Auctioneers-Appraisers BANKRUPTCY AND ESTATE SALE 0< A’ew and Used Household FIRNITURE MODERN GE REFRIGERATOR—HOTPOINT WASHER AND IRONER—ORIENTAL AND _DOMESTIC RUGS—MODERN GAS RANGE—LINEN, ETC. Also FORD “1019" SEDAN CHEVROLET “88“ SEDAN AUTOMOBILE SERVICE EQUIPMENT By Order Trustee in Bankrupted and Executor. 10 A M. Bv order Samuel M. Greenbaum and Robert I. Rudolph Trustees in Bank rupted. Porter t. Mattox. Committee ot Janet P. Maddon also known as Janet P. Mattox. Dan Piter. Executor estate Isaac Price; Storupe Companies and other Consignors BY AUCTION AT WESCHLER' S, 905 E ST. N.W. TOMORROW commencing 9.S0 AM. continuing until mid-afternoon New furniture includes: High grade mahogany dining and hedroom groups, upholstered sofas, living room groups and lounge chairs, tables, mirrors, breakfast groups, etc., modern General Electric refrigerator,'Hotpoint washer and ironer, kneeholr desks; dining, dinette, living and bedroom groups; Oriental and domestic scatter and room-site rtfgs, ehests of drawers, dressers, twin and double beds, sterilised innerspring and felt mattresses, sofa and studio beds., marble pedestals, table and floor lamps, kitchen and utility cabinets, radios, etc. jSong for U. N. Week To Have Premiere Here “Song of the Four Freedoms,” written by David Rose, composer conductor, for observance of United Nations Week beginning today, will be given its premiere performance Thursday at Loew’s Capitol Theater. October 24 has been proclaimed United Nations Day by the Dis trict Commissioners. "Song of the Four Freedoms” will highlight the Capitol's special stage show dur ing the week, conducted by Sam Jack Kaufman. Lyrics are by Alan Zee of the New York Capitol Theater. — ■ ■ Highway Research Unit To Meet Here Dec. 13 The 29th annual meeting of the Highway Research Board will be held from December 13 through December 16 at the National Academy of Sciences building, 2101 Constitution avenue N.W., it has been announced. Roy C. Crum, director of the board, said meeting schedules and program information of the 78 committees of the board will be listed later. Of 29 producing potash mines in Germany, 19 now are in the Rus sian zone. * ^ ^ * I * * I * * ^ * * * * * * *| | $ar.45 , » J t# per gal. * | SI .65 4 £ M per qt. * $ OUTSIDE WHITE and } t STANDARD COLORS J * * Painters' Department: 2328 Champlain St. N.W. When you talk about VALVE-IN-HEAD you’re talking *' about The Power that made Buick Famous i IF you want to know what’s “the newest thing” in automobile engines, look at the Buick engine pictured here, and you’ll see the words “valve-in-head.” But it happens that this isn’t new with Buick. As a matter of fact, the valve-in-head engine was invented back in 1902-U. S. Patent No. 771095 —and immediately, Buick adopted the principle, which became the first in a long string of “Buick firsts.” Not everyone went for the idea — then. In spite of the fact that this engine “breathes” more freely—gets fuel in and exhaust gases out more fuel-and every maker of internal combustion airplane engines adopted the valve-in-head principle. And more recently—with the hope that higher-octane fuels will become available for motor cars-'-a lot of auto motive engine designers are taking a new look at the valve-in-head idea. But just for the record, we’d like to point out that Buick got there first. And ever since, Buick has gone steadily ahead, building up a name as “valve-in-headquarters.” Buick engineers reshaped pistons to put Fireball wallop in these engines: They stepped up compression ratios as fast as better fuels came along. So perhaps you’ll want to remember, when you hear the term “valve-in - head,” that this is the type of power that made Buick famous. If others want to climb on the band wagon, we say “more power to them”— and no pun is intended. But Buick has been doing more with valve-in-head right from the start. And — we might add — it stands to reason that Buick is not through making this type of engine better and better. easily—others hung onto their pet ideas. . Then came the airplane, with its need for maximum power from every drop of • . 0 i , ~ YOU» KiY TO G#EA7Ef VALUE j * . - X X T”"* WNPy 1 TAyLOf~ ** M,,W0ft- •v»* Me"A”' ,v,";n»- S££ am* ff£4i? M8g.V «»* Jgg.\»g.V8 FIREBALL FI X-FOK-ALC every Thursday on Television STANLEY H. HORNER, INC. 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