The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 3, 1947 · Page 16
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 16

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 3, 1947
Page 16
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PAGE SIXTEEN Nazi Executioner Sentenced to Die Former Commander •Of Extermination Camp Tells of Loyulty • WARSAW, April 3. (Uf) — Rudolf Hocss, former commander of the Nazi "extermination" camp at Auschwitz, today wns sentenced to death by hanging for Ills pan In the slaying of 4,00'fl.OOO persons during the Hitler regime. The 47-year-oIri former S. S. officer took the sentencing \vith the same calm he displayed during the 15-day trial. He said his wife and children, somewhere In Germany. might mourn him. but lh:if "if T . had been ordered to gas and Imrn my wife and f^'c children I would have dnnc it, of course. I would have killed myself, 100." iBefore the sentencing asked how it felt lo run der plant producing corpses." Unperturbed by the lion, he stood at attention and -said. In precise German, "It was not 4,000,000— it was only 2,003,000." HoQfs wis dressed in a neat, but worn Wclr.inacht uniform wlili nil insignia removed, Hobbies Help Teen-Age Girls Senate Commttee To Combat Self- Consciousness * ejects pPr ?P° sal barring Filibuster ocss was a "mur- 4,000.000 BLYTIIEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TJIUHSDAY, APRIL 3, 1047 WASHINGTON, April 3. <UP» — i '1'lic .Senate; Rules Committee ycs- i lerday rejected, 0 to 5, i, proposal . Unit the Senate bar future flll- ; busters, Jiut it did recommend, unanimously, that the Semite, eliminate ciidlwi debate on amciiUInu Hie j jomnal. ' | Thu Journal Is the official rec-' onl of Semite proceedings. Amending It has been n favorite ladle in many u filibuster. I'AT^CIA TKAVKKS: MoMiIcs help. Chinese Planes Fire on Relief Ship; Injure 2 .SHANGHAI, April 3. (UP) Chinese Government planer, bombed | slid ma,t'hinc-gunncHl an UNRRAj relief ship at Shihkhhuo yester-l day,, seriously wounding the British 1 captain and two other crew mem-j toers. The Chinese Relief and Relir.bil-j itation Office said an unidentified U. S. warship was r.sked to rush' -medical aid'to the UST Wans)icn| 'in Shihkhiuso. William Lee was reported critically wounded Slid Chief Mate William HiiininB, m Canadian, seriously hurl. The- third wounded mini, a quartermas- tor. was not Identified. | TJJfRRA said the attack was the sttaond on dn UNHRA ship nil Shihkhiuso by government within n week despite official as-1 Biirances llmt the attacks would MY ALICIA HAHT NKA Stuff Writer Variety Is the spice of conversation and [he Iccn-ager who pa.ste.s that rule in her hat will never find herself left on ihc fringes of a party. No matter ho T , tF.lcntcd a girl may be in music or art. If her tnl- ent Is her one aiKl only topic of conversation she'll yield the spotlight to Hie less-gifted u'.rl conversation sparkles with her'live- ly enthusiasm for a wide range of activities. That's [lie candid opinion of 19- year-olc) Patricia Travers, who is celcunitinK her tenth year as a. concert violinist anil is n shining example of the successful combination or great talent and a well- rounded personality. But Patricia works hard to avoid becoming too Intense about herself. Ins tend of letting her music absorb her completely, i>atrlcla counterbalances il by UxlulKlni; In a variety of hobbles, she sews pntch- 'Work quills, mends furniture, rigs out miniature .s»illti|< .ships, raises chickens and trades [ijjurlnes iron) her early American yiass collce- Hafoy bottles arc given to grown men In some psychiatric, treatments to make, them recall Instances of babyhood which weigh on tlicir subconscious. lion with her friends in Clifton, N. J- i Even If you never expect to be I able lo boast abnut ;1 talent, holn | bles have a healthy way of curbing any tendencies lo become too M-lf-nbsorbcct, Patricia thinks. The trick o; initklnc liubbles work for you lo broiiden your point of view says Patricia, Is" to work at thnm "not once a week, but every day." Arsenal Cuts Payroll FINK ni.UF'7, Al'K., Aiiril 3. lUI't I'itie Jlluff Ar.'enrt!. no\v on .. no\v stand-by basis, will icilu c a , plcycs by i'Plircjtiiuate'y cne-tlnrd by July 1. it was annov)Si:rcl by arsenal offii'ialf; todiiy. Tin- move is beir.t: ma<!e as a ivsult of con.ic.- sional economy orders. RAY WORTHINGTON Tune In rradeiillal Program Kuncla; at 4 p.m. «ver WREC Serving This Hn-llon for Zl Vean 115 Ho. 3rd Blythevllle, Ark. stop. 11.10 other relief ships en loule lo the inrt were ordered lo put in at Tientsin and Chefoo. Come To: U-DO-IT LAUNDRY With Those Dirty Clothes Open 7 a. 111. Clnse K-'M p. m. Tuesday anil Thursday NijiliLs Open Till 9 o'Ctork 323 North 2nd St. SPRING SALE OF Garden Tools! IIuy Nuw! 'Jake ailvanlayc ul \Vanls spring sale of jjaruYn tools. 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Hero's a value you cannot 11 ford to miss. D FUR Phone 409 401 W. Main t±rH««-

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