The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 1, 1947 · Page 6
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PAGE SIX Truman Stands PafforClapp Senate Committee Rebuffs Nominee for ' TV A Chairmanship WASHINGTON, Mar. 1.—(UP) — Undaunted by an initial senate setback. President Truman was still determined today to go down the Jine /or Gordon R. Clapp nnd David E.-'Llltenthal. Clapp's appointment as chairman of the Tennessee Valley Authority was rejected 7-5 yesterday by the Senate public Works Committee, and foes of Lilienthal saw (hh as foreshadowing defeat of his nomination lo head the Atomic Energy Commission. . The . President said at his news conference, however, thai he was still backing both men to the hilt, and Democratic leaders promised a strong floor fight to overturn (he committee's vote against C!app. Senate sources thought the vote on Clapp would have little bearing on Lillenthal's chances. They predicted that the Atomic Energy Committee would approve Lillen- Ihal's appointment by a sweeping majority. Highly jubilant over the Clapp development was Sen. Kenneth McKellar, D., Tenn.. who said it was a major victory in Ills cnni- imign against "communistic influences." • McKellar will make a further effort to cut down Lillentlial Monday when the nominee returns to the witness stand. He said he would question him at length. .McKellar nip.'.ntains (hat ' both LJlieiitJwl and clapp are unfit lo Sfirve. For weeks he hns shuttled between the two committees Introducing witnesses and evidence Which lie hoped would show they were guilty of Communist sympathies. . The senator said he was "rielicht- ed" at Clapp's rebuff and Drertlcl- ki the same fate for Lilienthal. Ke raid "anv senator reading the record of either hearing can't vote for either man." Chairman Bouike B. Hickenlooper, B., la., of the atomic committee ordered Ltlicnthal to return to the stand only a few hours after Clnpp was disapproved. CHURCH NEWS FIRST BAPTIST CIH1UCII E. C. Brown, pastor Sunday School, 9:40 a.m. Morning Worship, 10:55 a.m. Special music program by Central College Quartette of Coiuvay. Dr. B. L. Whlpple, president of the college, will e've (lie sermon. ' Training Union, 6:30 p.m. Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m. Sermon by pastor. Special music, MKST METHODIST CHURCH Allen I). Stewart, pastor Church School, 9:45 a.m. Worship Service, 10:50 a.m. Har- fry Vise of clarksvllle, Tcmi., will ' t\ng "Blessed Are They Who Are • Persecuted" by Walt Stephens. | Senior Methodist Youth Fellowship, 6:30 p.m. Intermediate Methodist Youth Fellowship, 6:30 p.m. Worship Service, 7:30 p.m. Choir practice, Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. I1KST PRESBYTERIAN (JliURCIt Harvey 'L'. Kldd, pastor Sunday school, J>:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 aJn. I Junior Choir, 6 p.m. i Supper for the young people, 6:45 j:.m. I Evening service, 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting, 7:30 p.m. Choir Rehearsal, 8:10 p.m. BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS YAKBItO METHODIST CHUKCII Kay l» Mcl<csl(Ti pastor Church School, 10 n.m. Worship Service, 7 p.m. I.AKK STKKET METHODIST CHURCH Rev. II. II. Hlcvliis, pastor Cliurcli School, 8:50 «.ill. Morning Worship, 10:50 am. Evening Wortlilp, 1:30 p.m. Melhocllst Youtli Fellowship, p.m. Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, p.m. Read Courier News Wnnt Ads. FLAT LAKE MKTIIODIST CHURCH jUuy 1,. McLesler, pastor Preaching Services, 9:30 a.m. Sunday School, 10:30 aJ>>. PROMISED l.AM> METHODIST CHURCH Kay L. 'IMcI^slcr, pastor Sundny School, 10 n.m,. Worship Service, 11 a.m. TEMPLE ISRAEL Dr. Alfred Vise, Kabbl Sunday School, 1:30 p.m. Services, 3 p.m., with i\ message from the Rnbbl, who will review Husscll Ffmney's novel ''The Mlr- f.clc of the Dells. 1 ' FIUST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE F. W. Nash, pastor Sunday School, 0:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Young People's meeting, 7:15 p.m. Evening Worship, B o'clock, p.m. Wednesday prayer services, 7:30 LILLY STKKET HAPTIST CIIUKCH D. I), nlcilsoe, pastor Sunday School, 9:40 a.m. Morning Worship, 10:65 a.m. Trnlnlng Union, 6:30 p.ia, Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m. IMMANUKL HAITIST CHURCH A. nl. Houston, pastor Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Training Union, 1 p.m. Evening Service, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday night prayer service, pjn. GATEWAY TAI1EKNACLE llotvurd street Rev. L. C. Uorah, pastor Church Service, 0:45 a.m. Evening Worship, 7:30 a.m. Church Service, Wednesday and Friday, 7:30 p.'U. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH K. S. Dalril, pastor Bible School. g:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 10:50 a.m. Evening Training for all age groups, 6:30 p.m. Evening worship, 7:30 p.m. ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHUKCII L.C. Ranisey, pastor Sunday School, «:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Christ Ambassador services p.m. Children's church, 6:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service, 7:30 pm CHURCH 07 CBRIHr E. W. Stovall, putor Sunday School, 9:60 am Worship Service, 10:5o am Evening Service, 8 p.m, NUMBER NINE IMPTIST C/IUHCn Howard ||. King, n*alar Sunday School, 9:45 i m Morning Worship, 11 a m ' Training Union, 7 prn ' ' Evening Worship, 8pm Wcdno/id«y, prayer meeting, 8 6:30 FULL GOSPEL TABKRNACLK D. U. Harmon, pastor ' School, ii-i; a.m Morning Worship, it a.in. Young People, 6'4=i pin. Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m. CHURCH' OF THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION Rev. B. Francis McDevltt, pastor Rev. I'aul ISujarski, assistant pasloi Sunday Masses 7:30 and 10:30 p.m. Weekday Masses. 8 p.m. 1'ILGKIM LUTHERAN CIIUUCII Robert Jaeger, pastor Sunday School, 10 a.m worship service, 11 alii WEDNESDAY Lcnlen service, 7:45 p.m. "Cula- pl'as, the Religious Reformist" will l>e the topic. ST. STEPHEN'S EPISCOPAL CJIUHCif Sixth and Walnut Sunday School, fl : 3o o'clock Holy Communion, a o'clock'with the Rev. R. Blanc! Mitchell of Little Rock as Celebrant. CHIUSTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES ninnaii's clubhouse, 1415 w. Main "Christ Jesus",- Is the subject of the Lesson-Sermon which will be read In nil Churches rmd Societies •M the Church at Christ, Scientist Sunday. ' The Golden Text is: "Unto us a child Is born, unto u s n son Is given: and the government shall be upon his shoulder: and his name Khali be called Wonderful, Counsellor, The mighty God, The Everlasting rather, The Prince of J " SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 1047 "If you think tie's pleased with himself tonight vou should see h,m on the nights when he answers alf tho'questio s ahead of the contestants!" STAR1S REUEVING ALL « COtO MISERIES-IN JUST 6 SECONDS) >!rt r»n.oi;». prejcriiiliori'-ly^e 6CU-. '."""-"I'"''" «li=f from cold mlsori™. C Uon: Tuko only as ilirootcd. PREPARATIONS TABIETS OR LIQUID •T.»d« Mirk u«. Local & Long Distance Moving OouiMtut Halp ma lammuM. Ale- UUttal; limited Oontikct Baalim and Mile. S«r»lc«l. Ooma BnrTlco k atorua do. l>kon« 2801 XXXII OTS o£ people got air-sick. It i : .didn't meim--anything. It 'Couldn't, Cassic thought. ; 1 Reno wns crowded and the tiny .'room in the hotel was sliiffy and | overheated. The wild reckless al- >mosphere of the ^vhole town made ; her feet slightly ill. And she hnled .the chilly-eyed lawyer Mike had : contacted for her. : Cassie had never before known what loneliness was. Not real loneliness. It was part of the air -?!l c _ b reathed. Every breath hurt. .It ached'in her chest and stayed in sort of a lump in her throat. •,.-.. And the worst of it was that it -was Parker she longed for. Parker with his thin brown face, and his strong hands, and his brown eyes. But it was useless to think of Parker. Useless to want him now Too lata. Four .weeks crept by. Mika wired her he was coming the 27th. That was the day before Thanksg.ving. She had to make up her mind v.'hat to do about Mike. Funny .how she had always imagined Mike to be the only love—the one real love of her life. She was fond , 9 1 him - His gayety and recklessness were attractive—they would be to any woman. But there was no depth to the feeling she had for him. It had no roots at all. An adolescent dream—was all Ilia', it had ever been, a dream she had clung to through her marriage like a glittering bauble clutched in a child's hand. And now it seemed to be all that was left * * » YHE day Mike was due, she put on a now black dress and a three-strand pearl choker necklace and the crazy new black hnl thatl;:!:ja like the leaning tower of Pisa, anc lots of make-up. She inci r...n si the airport She was glad to see Mike. She would have been glad to see anyone who could dispel in the least the cold feeling she had of being ~,o alone. Mike took her In his arms at once and; kissed her soundly, and she kissed him bncjc. There was a flash then ami she heard one reporter say to another, "That's Parker Hamilton's wife— you know—that new radio show in the East that's making such a hit She's gut here for the brush-off." They got into the taxi, and Mike turned and looked at her, his blue eyes examining her face shrewdly. "For Pete's sake, baby!" he said. "What's happened to you? Are you sick?" She shook her head. "I've been so lonesome I could have screamed. Every night the same thing over and over, lying awake, thinking and no one to talk to." He held her hand and stared at her. "Cassie, you're lying to me." "No, Mike. I haven't felt too good, but—" "You look physically ill to me." Her mouth trembled, and he pulled her against him und told the driver to drive somewhere, anywhere. "Now come on, baby," he said "let's have it." Cassie began to cry, fumbling in her purse for n handkerchief. There's nothing to tell." "All right, if you're goinf to bawl, we'll stop somewhere and have a drink first." The small cafe at the edge of town where the driver took them miraculously wasn't crowded. Mike led her to a small table in the corner. They sat on the same Side of the booth and Mike kept his arm around her. Pretty soon sipping a Manhattan, she quit shivering. _ "It's just like I told you before I left, baby, from now on it's you and me. That means you can unload any trouble OD me, no matter what it if." "Well, I—' Ujivcu't been feeling so hot." "That's wnat t thought. Why didn't you wire me? Have you been to the doctor? Cassie, you look like a ghost!" "Mike, I—I might as well tell you and get it over with. You aren't going to like it a bit." Mike looked at her and she could toll in ati instant that he knew. "You're going lo have u baby. That's it, isn't it?" • * t * JT was funny—Mike saying it in that gentle way. There didn't used to be any patience or gentleness in him, Cassic thought crnzily. "I found it out after I got here —for sure I mean." She twisted her handkerchief in her h.-.iuls. Mike gulped the rest of his tirink and signalled the waitress for two more. "Well, I guess that doesn't make any difference, does it? If that's what's worrying you, baby. I never counted on anything like that, but as long as it's you and me from now on—nothing else matters—not even that." "No, Mike. I've—chnnged my mind." "About me or about the divorce?" "Not about the divorce—about marrying you," she said quietly. Mike picked up the cherry from an empty glass and twirled it by its stem, "t guess maybe you're still in love with Parker, alter all. Is thai it?" He was trying hard lo keep his voice casual hut she could sec that his face was very white. "Yes," she agreed reluctantly, "I guess that's it." "I suppose you've heard every broadcast since you've been out here, and uawlcd yourself to sleep every night." "I'm going nhcnd with the divorce," she told him. "But we're alt washed up—you and me." "Oh Mike—I'm so sorry. 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