Humboldt Standard, July 27, 1953, Page 3

Humboldt Standard

July 27, 1953

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Humboldt Standard (Newspaper) - July 27, 1953, Eureka, California .KUMEOIDT STANDARD- Monday. July 27. 1953. Pago 2 The first radio network bruncl- cast took place January 4. 1023 with WEAF, New York, linked t. WHAC, Boston. I Just Time Now To Avoid Tlir Rush. SFP Fudcm Mr. T.V. HO. J.I i JUIM .f U.TUR A good many people feel that heaven is a far, faraway place only for a very few of the .saintly and the pious. Have you ever felt that way? That somehow, it just isn't the place for you Actually. absolute opposite Is true: hravcn is n very real nna tancible place, find It is yours for the asking! But this docs not in any way mitigate another im- portant truth: nn matter how "faintly" you apparently may be- come, you can never reach heaven by your own goodness! This Is due to the dimple fact that there is a law which you and everyone else in this world have broken: the Ten Com- mandments. These Command- given' by God Himself (Exodus arc Ills law of conduct for this world. Any- thing we have done that is out of harmony with thli law nf God is uln and, obviously, no "siiner" can ever enter God's paradise. the Bible says, "is tho transgression of the law." I John Wa are nho told that "all have finned." Ro- w Warning a and the "wages of sin" iieternal death, tho i situation doesn't look too trood for nny of us, docs it? But in this very same statement of warninff we arc civen n thrill- ins promise: "The Rift of God is eternal life through Jesui Christ our Lord." Romans This Is exactly what the gospel stnry Is all about! 1. God has a standard of conduct for us which cannot be annulled. 2. The pen- alty of that law is eternal death. 3. We have all broken tho law and thus must pay the penalty or find Someone who will sava us from it. Thus, 4, tho the "cood news" cf salvation, can be re- duced to one simple statement: hath redeemed us from the curse cf the Galatians Hnw has He done this? Ilv abolishing the law? No. for then there would tip nothing to transgress, and thus no sin from which we need to Itc saved! He has redeemed us by taking the "curse" of that law, death, upon He gave His life for and thus we arc saved, by His grace, from the penalty .of a broken law. Soma believe that because faith In Christ saves us from the pen- alty of the law, faith also annuls tho law itselfl But saint and tinner are both bound by the snme law. The sinner Is a sinner because he breaks that law. The grace of Christ can com- pensate for his transgression, but a the law Is still r. there. If ho breaks It acain, ho is a condemmed sinner ngaln. We do not do with the latv of the land because it requires the grace cf tho governor himself to annul the penalty. The Tery fact that we need the savins grace of Jesus proves more than anything else that there Is a law against which we have transgressed, and which cannot be done away. Tha't Is why Paul said: "Do we then make void the law through faith? God forhld: yea, we es- tablish the law." Romans j These Commandments will be cherished by those who, through i faith in Jesus, are counted to "enter in through tha cafes" Into eternity. Revelation Heaven li not illusory and tin- attainable. It it the most real cf all realities 'and may be won by "whosoever will." But it may be well to study those Command- ments more frequently. Exodus See nlso James How To Live Forever.) Thli li Mo. 5 el o wilii. tilling brltflr el Itii bdiffi ond hopes cl of your Jtitnth.doir Aduntilt niighbon end frUndt. CUP THIS COUPON THt IASIIST and molt htlo- tul to a lotlililng Bibly by howling it up around the gaming tables in the casino. To the "If you were a little paler you'd look like one of the own ere." To an aged couple: "I hot you're celebrating your Golden Divorce." To a group counting their money: "You shouldn't have brought It with you because you're not taking It home." Tower of TV The power of TV has brought Milton Bcrlc, Gale Storm, Herb Shriner and, next month, Red Buttons to the plush Las Vegas hotels. But It wasn't In the role of Little Margie that Gnle launch- ed a storm of calls for tables at the Thunderblrd after the word got around. She steps right out of char- acter and Into a sparkling spe- cial material singing routine. I'm nn Old-Fashioned Girl tells of her career in the movies, of operas to westerns, and then it's: "They can have their Cinerama, And Ignore this third dimension, Television Is here to stay." A delightful surprise on the same show with Skclton is year-old Anna Maria Alberghct- li, who lenps from grand opera lo an oomphy "Your Chcatin' Heart." Anna Maria's option at Paramount bounced when the sttidio switched affections to Rosemary Clooncy as its but there's still Jlenty of Anna Maria's hair. Spike Jones, Introducing one of us mad musicians for a solo nt he Flamingo: "He worked with Horace Heidt Until he turned professional." )on E.Armstrong Wins Promotion WITH THE 2D INFANTRY DIV. IN KOREA Don E. Arm- trons. 21, son of Mr. and Mrs. MacDougal Armstrong, 198 E. 3th street, Arcata, Calif., was re- cently promoted to private first class with the 2d Infantry Divl- lon in Korea. Private First Class Armstrong, holder of the UN and Korean Scr- ice Ribbons, Li a wlreman with !d Battalion headquarters of the 18th Regiment. He entered the Army In October 1052 and arriv- ed in Korea last April. A graduate of 'Arcata Union Ugh School, he was employed by he Arcata Truck and Equipment Company. The Infantry Division is most'noted for the capture of 'Heartbreak Ridge" in October 951 and for disloging the Reds rom "Old Baldy" last summer. SP Begins Piggy Sack Service SAN FRANCISCO (U.P.) The Southern Pacific Railroad an- nounced today It is Instituting a 'piggy back" operation to expe- dite freight shipments between he San Francisco bay area, and s Angeles. W. W. Hale, vice president In charge of system freight traffic, said truck trailers will be mount- ed on specially fitted flat cars. The flat cars will then be coupled nto the Southern Pacific fast overnight freight trains between San Francisco and Los Angeles. Pacific Motor Trucking Com- pany, SP's trucking affiliate, will ieliver the trailers to the trains. ?MT trucks will also remove them at their destination and drive .hem to .the conslgnee'i place of susiness. I PHONE HI.1-31TO noons OPEN CMS NOW PLAYING IT'S A STEAL1 What Fun, Love and Laffsl f WtttT RODNEY DOORS OPEN NOW AT REGULAR PRICES All The Sweep And Spectacle- Of The Great Novel r m HDAHL MEDINA Overheard In of the casi- nos: "So I took the and ran it up to live reroes." -'Mil PHONE 14 DOORS OPEN NOW PLAYING Anthony OUMH-Kurt IQlSflUR Plus: Onle. Nelson A Orch. "That's My Pop" Cartoon "FlesU Froljcg" A World Newt TOMORROW NIGHT P. SPECIAL SNEAK PREVIEW We can't li-ll the Title but here's a Tin one of the 10 Bast, it's from M.G.M., In technicolor and you'll love GATES OPEN P. M. SHOW STARTS DUSK ENDS TONITE! PLUS- ROD CAMERON "The JUNGLE" TUESDAY Only Per Car COMPANION HIT1 BETTY GRABIE DAN DAILEY also Color Cartoon I I DOORS OPEN ACIUAUY FIIMID UNDO THt 1IG tOPI DONT MISS THIS GREAT MOTION PICTURE littr Ctntl HUTTON-WIDE. CtiirttM Oontlir nESTON-UMOUR Qorit lutt ;

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