The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 10, 1946 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, July 10, 1946
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JULY 10, 19-16 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Actress Aided Goering Crime Bribes Collected From Relatives of Men Held Prisoners. NUERNBERG. July 10. (UP1 — Mue - eyed Emmy Plump bw- shapely ; ' u -ucss who \yns married to Huriniuui Goering in 1P35. was described today ns his Eo-bi'tnciMi in tlic extortion of :> fortune in bribes from concemni- Uon camp victims or their kin. InfoiiiKHion I ell into the hamU of Allied investluntovs recently Ilihl "is wife kept books in Qucring'.s extortion racket. One of them said today uml Uiu bribes he collected IHit him nl the liciul of his class, "from the Tripoli pirates to the Chicago gangsters." Mrs. Ciomiig. according to the new information, personally lele- phoncrt (lie relatives of prisoners in conccntrallon camps to tell them that their bribes had been accepted a »d (he victims would be released in due course. Investigators said that through this shady dealing in blood ;nnney the No. 2 Nazi and his wife uar- nered a fortune, she kept most of I he jewels and a scattering of such trinkets us t^oLci ciyurcl cases which were accepted in trade for the lives of those Goering himself helped throw behind the. wire. • SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON Jesus and Supreme Loyalty to God Scrljlture: K 2M-G; Joshua Ciil.liOV, in \vry ' I). II. I!y WILLIAM !!. Years HBO, trave 1 luul n casual and \vry friendly meeting with a. 'ei'.uv.'-tr'nveler. an Episcopalian ininis'.er. Wo t.ilkeil al;oul various Ihim.w, and In the course of our conversation lie rpoke ol what he called "easy religions." Wlien lie referred specifically lo Methodists, I was boUi surprise-:! and amused, for I luul In a very .strict Metliod;.-;t home in which we didn'i dance, play cards, attend theaters, or do a hundred other thing.; that even Methodists do today. And \ve were inclined lo think ol our K;Mseoi)u- lian friends and ncisUibor-i, who Old Luke 14:25-27 I'arl of life free from (lie presence of cod and the obligation lo serve Him, In this. Jesus fulfilled the law and the prophets. He gave His followers no formnl tasks and set up ino artificial observances or dulK'.-i. He demanded no allegiance to Him. [self, except in (he same way mat He gave allegiance to the Rillirr. grown "I | urn He instMcd upon loyalty (o the Truth. There is no half-way place in Christianity, nnd that is why so many professing Christians never find either ease or happiness in their religion, it is In the lives Seven of Ship's Crew Admit Misconduct NEW YOHK. July 10. till')—A j Coast Guiird he.irlnit officer reserved Judgment today on seven ere 1 * members of the Liberty shl^i AdJ liehan who have pleadixl guilty to misconduct during the vessel's 1)1- •/uti'V n-nionlh voyage aroimd ihe world. The seven, all from California, (ace possible revocation of their sailing certificates. They pleaded Biillly at a coast Guard hearing to charges o[ misconduct In refusing to sail the Ada Hehan from the port of Sue/, last No\vn. „ LI. Cmdr. Raphael McKciizk, heiu'lni; officer, found another member of I he crew guilty In nb- Engineer Sees Few Benefits From 'Pick Plan' WEST MEME'HIS. Ark.. Juiy 10. I UP)—The pick plan for conquering the Missouri River Basin will not remove the danger of Mississippi Kiver floods as far South as Memphis, Col. B. M. Harloe. chief U the ^cmpllis District Engineers, said today. Harloe pointed cut that during the severe 1937 flood, when 1.903.0(13 cubic feet of v:ater passed Mem- nhis eacli second, only 160.000 ol ^thc volume came out of the Mississippi River. "V/c are a tonr; way from I Sic reservoir and dams, and that distance makes it almost impossible to operate them for our benefit, Harloe said. PAGE SEVEN offered n 0 «*- pl»n»tl<Hi ot their uctlons, bul 11 »«s understood lliey resenlpd rep- rlniKiids by (he vessel's skipper. 1'hey could low their wmn«n's cer- "lllcates, b« susptnUed or b« placed Jn probation. Tlie Ada Rrhan put out. from San Francisco list Summer for i two w«k voyage to New Orleans. II was dlv*rtetl bj- the WBJ- Shlp- |)1"({ Administration imd went on <n 11-nionlli Odyssey dnrit>K which II bcomc •mingled in a mine flniil !>e«r 'l-rlpoll, took on IlirtT women •Uowawnys nnd found itself currying a vixilcK-drinking baboon which havoc »uh dlsclplln*. of Ihe slate tomorrow appearances al the beauty pageant at I'aranoiild. Tonight he will address mcmhi'rs of the Knslerii Arkansas Youni: Men's Club, .sponsors of Ihe beauty contest who ate lioldlDK their annual convention at 1'aragould. Thursday nlghl, hnncy will, crown the brauly queen and lead Ihe Kfttrul .march ,il a hall fpllir.vlnij the coronation. Miss'Leslie »»j: >on, of Lake VllliiBc, last year's •row with Ihrctt queen, will nccompnny the Kovernor 'Miss Arknns:is" in (\ te grnnd march. , 1*11 rn u/inl fl I Pearl Harbor Probe Report Faces Delays WASHINGTON, July 10. (UP) — The Congressional Pearl Harbor InvestioatiiUi Coinmitlee was granl_ ed until July 10 to file its report when the Hou. ( ;c^tuclay concuiTccl in a Senate re-solutlbn'-exteiirting .'the original date from next Thursday. Tiie House also approved a Sen- ntc measure granting the committee an additional S'25,000 Lo complete its work. Rep. Robert. P. Rich, R.. Pa...protested thru "that's mi awful much there Is In the point of >'iew. There nre. of course, easy-going people in all denominations, just' as in all denominations there arc eaincst souls whose religion is 'he supreme and dominating thing >" their lives. True Christianity is not an easy religion. Jesus never offered His disciples ease or pleasure. He offered them joy. He bade them In a very dark •-our to be of goorl cheer, lie spoke f rich rewards of service in the Kingdom of Heaven. But He always spoke of sacrifice, nf losing 1!nl ^ leaving certain things which in the eyes cf the world were greatly be desired. In contrast. %tesu:; spoke of the Kingdom as a pearl nf "real price, which one should be veiling to sell everything to buy. 'he late C. Sylvester Home, famous minister of WhUefield's Tabernacle, in London. England, one? wrote a book under the title, "The Life That Is Easy." It was the Christian life of which he was writing, but he was writing of it from the standpoint of Ihe Christian who had accepted the lull obligations of the Christian waj nnd the disciplines ol the Christian life. The case that he wrote of was the ease or mastery, through long and intimate fellowship will the Master. The distinctive thing about the religion of (he Jews, from carl> times, was the insistence in:on the supreme demands of a righteous God. Clear and plain was the corn^ mnndmcnt, "Thau shall have no other gods before Me." Holiness was the law ol life, and there was Laney to Attend Beauty Pageant' In Paragould Urn,K HOOK. Ark., July 10. iut'1—Cior. Ben Laney will extend Ills "non political" lour of Arkansas into Oie North«ster» corner Farm Lands For Sale! Locutions in Northeusl Arkansas and Southeast Missouri. All sizes Tracts—10 acres up. On (Jooct Itroails. School IIUH and mull roatc. I'ower lino. Good ImildiiiKS. C. E. GOLLADAY Hiincho Ilotol llayti, Mo. Millers or m«ltcrii ' of whole whcal ]>roducts buy hnlf or more of New York state's wheat crop. Baby Chicks, All Summer Heavy breeds, 3 to 30 days old. Prices reasonable. Qood supply feedn nnd poultry supplies. North 4th at Elevator Feed Store. ConrKf Join th« Refrigerator lit (o ^Wtrk ' anr«« Fully Cuar»nl«*dl -' BLYTHEVILLE SALES CO. (Where CMIIMT to N«t » Htmnji l» e. Main St. < MM* MU lot o[ money for only eight days.' Rep. Jere cooper. D.. Tenn.. ex plained that most of tile monc: had already been spent by the committee. HOW'S YOUR We Give I to 2 Days Service on any Make. We'll Make It Work! Fred Callihan Phone 2642 We Call For and Deliver Authorized Motorola Radio Sales'ami Service IDS South First St., ll FLIT'S INSURANCE Di», 2311 | For Complete Protection • ACCIDENT & HEALTH • HOSPITALIZATION " • FIRE • AUTOMOBILE • LIABILITY • BDHGIABY • PLATE GLASS •TORNADO • SDRETY BONDS • AVIATION FIRST {NATIONAL 1 INSURANCE AGENCY 108N. 2nd CJIAS. BlliNER The self-cleaning OPE N C E N T E R keeps lugs open ;il holh ends. Gives each lug an entering edge to start the bile. So, (he whole lug dies down deeper, gels more grip. Ask any neighbor now using SmT-Gvins. He'll confirm what tests prove . . . You get up to 22% more work with less fuel whcp you use Goodyear Sure-Grip Tractor Tires. DELIA IMPLEMENTS, Inc. KIRBY DRUG STORES MAIN AT SECOND — BROAD WAY-DIVISION !l DR. LYONS 25' TOOTH POWDER . . 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