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PAGE FOURTEEN THE CHARLESTON DAILY MAIL, THURSDAY EVENING, MARCH 19, VERBAL FIGHT OVER i ALTERATION IN BILL Attaches are Warned After Word is Detected; Not in When Passed , ; (.Continued From Page One") tb*t regular session as "a. source of pride for every member." " "Since you brought up the matter Ot .changes." Mr. Cummins went on. indicating Delegate Barnhart, "I am going to call attention to seme changes I caught here." Telia of Other Changes TJie Republican floor leader then recalled the house's attention to UK action of last Saturday night in passing a resolution providing for the payment of committee expenses. He said he may have been negligent in not paying for attention then, because the resolution passed unanimously unanimously during the excitement of adjournment adjournment of the regular session. He investigated subsequently, he said:, and he found that that resolution, resolution, containeel an item to pay a -witness attending a committee investigation investigation for having his clothes pressed. He also said that he found the resolution provided for the- payment payment of large sums for attorneys lees. Referring to the state police investigation, investigation, Mr. Cummins said he was told at the outset that the attorney attorney who was to act for the committee committee was to serve without pay. "I was surprised to see that this resolution resolution provided for the payment of a. pretty good sized attorney's fee." Mr. Cummins said he tock the bills which the resolution directed paid and had copies made of them. "I was told by the clerk that had charge of them that he 5ia.rt be?n directed tc change some of them. I told him that perhaps he had better not change any of them unless the house directed him to do i-o. anil h* said he would consult the proper persons." "While discussing changes, le* us be fair," Mr. Cummins went on. "The Republican side does not «t-intj tor these changes any more than you do." Probe l^ees Jisctissed Mr. Barnhart took the floor again and told the house that the bill referred referred to by Mr. Cummins for cleaning cleaning and pressing the clothes of a witness was Included in the hotel expense account of a witness summoned summoned during a committee investigation. investigation. In paying the hotel bill Mr. Barnhart said the item was excluded. excluded. He did not agree, he said, that it was a proper item. As for the attorney fee, Mr. Barn- Jiart eald that the $2,500 authorized for payment to "W. E. R. Byrne, counsel for the special committee, ·was well earned because thij attorney attorney worked day and night for two months. The ^Democratic leader then reminded reminded Mr. Cummins that the audit shows the state compensation commission commission allowed an attorney a fee of $7,000 for collecting a bill of $16,000. The budget commission recommended this fee and it is included included In the present budget, Mr. Barnhart said. Delegate John H. Campbell later took part in the debate and read for the state audit showing that the Republicans of the senate two yeais ago paid D. O. Pauley, m o i e than $5,000 for extra janitor services. He read several other items which he charged to Republican extravagance. extravagance. Provisions of Bill One of the chief provision in house bill No. 107 was that "it -shall be the duty of every commissioner of school lands to install and keep a uniform system of accounts, reports reports and records, the forms and methods thereof to be prescribed and furnished by the state auditor." Under the terms of the bill, commissioners commissioners of alcohol lands are appointed appointed In each county by the cir- cuit.court. The duties of these of- ficiaTs consist of disposing of lands ·which have been forfeited for taxes. returns from which are for the benefit benefit of the schools. The bill as originally drawn w o u l d have, given the state auditor entire entire supervision over the forms and accountings the commissioners were to make. The house also amended th« bill by inserting a phrase that would require require school land commissioners to make accountings each year of school lands under their supervision. NEW YORK MILLIONAIK E RECEIVES NEW YACHT motor yacht Alva, uilt at Kiel, Germany, fo r W i l l i a m K. Vandcrbilt, of New York, is .shown in a photo made during a recent trial trip. The craft is 2 IJO feet long:, 40 feet in beam and has a speed of 16 knots an hour. HOUSE BUDGET BILL CHANGED, ADOPTED Senate Amendments Attached to Measure; Send it Back for Concurrence (Continued From Page One) budget bill by Wednesday of last week, the extension t h e n being until until March 19. Deadlock in Open Passage by the house Wednesday Wednesday of Its budget bill, carrying reductions reductions in departmental items approximating- approximating- $ 3 , 5 0 0 , 0 0 0 , instead of acting: on the senate bill which was passed and sent to it last week, succeeded in bringing the deadlock Into the open. This action by the house started the deadlock, with each house having having passed and referred to the other other its own bill, leading each body free to charge the other with the d u t y of starting further action. When the house convened Thursday Thursday morning, it was the feeling among leaders that the senate would receive the house budsret bill at the afternoon session and start work at once. House members apparently apparently pa-id no heed to r e p o r t s that the senate might send its bill to the finance committee w h e r e the house last week sent the senate bill. The house completed its work on its budget bill and passed it about 12:15 o'clock Wednesday. The b i l l was ordered reported over to the senate, but when that body convened convened at 2 o'clock. President M. Z. White said that it had not been received. received. He asserted that it was being printed and would not reach the senate until Thursday. ]cniocmts In .Majority Looking over the senate chamber. chamber. Mr. W h i t e observed t h e r e were m a n y absentees. He ordered the clerk to call the roll and only 20 of the 30 senators responded to their name:?. Nine of those present were Republicans and 11 were Democrats. President W h i t e instructed instructed the senate clerk to send telegrams to all absentees ordering ordering t h e m to be present on Thursday. Thursday. After the senate a d j o u r n e d , tt became became k n o w n t o t h e Democrats t h a t t h e y had let slip an o p p o r t u n i t y to pass the budget bill in the senate over the protest of R e p u b l i c a n s who, because of the absentees, we rein rein the minority. President White. however, had told the senate t h a t the bill had not come from the house, but was being printed. Some of the Democrats Democrats of the house said the c o n t r a r y was true, as the bill had been sent over earlier in the day to the senate senate clerk. However. it did not m a k e its appearance in the s ? n n t e . CHEFS FIND ERRORS IN COOLIDGE RECIPE N13W YO.KK, March 19 ( A P ) . -]\Ir. -]\Ir. Coolidge's expertne.s.s as a m a k e r of hot c h o c o l a t e was challenged, challenged, today by sumo p r o m i n e n t chefs. In a magazine a r t i c l e the f o r m e r President's recipe was q u o t e d . T h e c h e f s h a v e f o u n d f o u r c u l i n a r y errors in his m e t h o d . The chefs i n c l u d e Oscar of the W a l d o r f Astoria, Astoria, and i - h e f s of the R i t z C a r 1 t o n. Savoy-Plasm, S h e r r y X X e l h e r l a n d , New Y o r k e r . P e n n s y l v v a n i a , M e A l p i n . St. M o r i In and .Roosevelt hotels. The Cooiitljcre errors. .say t h e chefs, were: He doesn't m a k e a paste of m e l t e t j c h o c o l a t e arid sugar first. He s h o u l d . l i e uses milk ami water. Seven c h e f s say he s h o u l d use m i l k o n l y and two say only w a t e r , lie d o e s n ' t use v a n i l l a . O n e c h e f said i t w a s v e r y necessary. He doesn't s t r a i n the f i n i s h e d d r i n k t o b e sure a l l t h e l u m p s are o u t . Two chefs say lie o u g h t t o . NEW TYPE OF RAIL COACH IS DESIGNED Modeled After Rain Drop, Car May Help to Rejuvenate Passenger Hauling FEDERAL CHARGE IS FACED FOR_CAR THEFT Three Youths are Held for Taking Auto Here Three C h a r test on y o u t h s , c h a r g e d w i t h violating t h e n a t i o n a l motor vehicle t h e f t act by t r a n s p o r t i n g a stolen a u t o m o b i l e to Tennessee h a v e Staats hospital, where t h e y were t r e a t e d for i n j u r i e s received i n .111 a c c i d e n t near C l e m t e n i n r e c e n t l y , have r e t u r n e d t o t h e i r h o m e a t \Vt-lf \Vt-lf o r d . --Police T h u r s d a y reported t h e t h e f t o f t h e f o l l o w i n g a u t o m o b i l e : C h e v r o l e t c o u p e , m o t o r N'o. 1A1)4;"- 791. "West V i r g i n i a license No. l l i ' i 3 3 4 6 . l i 3 0 model, tureen, p r o p e r t y of A. Fisher, of 1 S 4 7 C l a y a v e n u e . --K. P. B u s h of H u n t m i r t o n is a 3»cst a t t h e H o l i e y h o t e l . -- M r . and Mrs. \V. C. I.,an i n e r t , of Kast R a i n e l l e are v i s i t o r s in C h a r l e s - t o n . ---S. O. K i i K x a r d of C.assaway arrived arrived i n C h a r l e s t o n T h u r s d a y . ·--Mr. am! Mrs. .?. A. K ' - e d of Kast R a i n e l K - a r e .mtesjs a t I h e H o i ley ley hotel. ---IS. K. W o r r e l l of 11 l i n t in.uton is a visitor in C h a r l e s t o n . -- H. H i l l ot' . M i l t o n a r r i v e d in C h a r l e s t o n T h u r s d a y . -- M r s . .1. .!. C o l c m a n . of s t o p Xo. T. I H m l i a r l i n e , i s a p a t i e n t a t t h e H t a a t e h o s p i t a l . w h ' - n - :-he w a s t r e a t e d T h u r s d a y for a 1'r;; et n red rib. .-aid t o h a v e h f - n r e c e i v e r ) w h e n s h e f e l l f r o m t h e d o o r s t e p of h e r h o m e . -- W i l l i a m K i e i i l e r , o f I J i ^ ' l e y ave- n u e , is a p n i i c . - n i at. the S i a a t s hos- p i t a l . FORMER SWIMMING STAR TO STAY OUT ! Martha Norelius Wright Says I She is Through \ T O R O N T O . O u t . . .March 1!) (,\ I'M ! -- M a r t h a . .Vorelius W r i g h t , f o r m e r [ l o n g d i s t a n c e s w i m m i n t r s t a r o f t h e I U n i t e d States, has d e f i n i t e l y an| an| n o u n c e d h e r r e i i r e m e n t f r o m c o u i - 1 p e t i t i v e s w i m m i n u . i "Xo, I ' l l not be e n t e r i n g any more ; m a r a t h o n s ever.'* she said w h e n ' a s k e d i f s h e p l a n n e d t o e n t e r t h e i W r i . u l e y s w i m m i n g m a r a t h o n t h i s s u m m e r . "I'm a r e t i r e d a t h l e t e . ; The n e x t e n t r y f r o m t h i s f a m i l y w i l l ; he Dia ne." i .Diane is t.he " - n i o n t h s - o h l c i a u g h I I t.er of the f o r m e r M i s s X o r e l i u s a n d ,loe W r i g h t , J r . , O*ina! ia n o a r s m a n . T h e y were m a r r i e d a t W h i t e Sulp Sulp h u r Springs, W. Ya. PITTSBURGH.--From a drop of w a t e r may come the s o l u t i o n to one ot" t h e most d i f f i c u l t problems that has been p u z z l i n g the railroads arid -short l i n e s these years. The problem problem bus been how to forestall the g r o w i n g c o m p e t i t i o n of motor ve- h i c l e s and p i p e lines. The w a t e r drop, it is believed, w i l l l e a d t h e r a i l r o a d s a n d electric I n t e l - u r b a n lines to a r e v i v a l of a speedy, yet h i g h l y e c o n o m i c a l , service, service, by w h i c h T h e y hope to regain t h e p a t r o n a g e t h e y h a v e been losing losing t o the. n e w e s t forms of trans- p o r t a t i o n . F o r f r o m t h i s s i m p l e w a t e r drop has c o m e a f o r m of s t r e a m l i n e d car t h a t l e n d s i t s e l f t o hijili speeds a t m u c h l o w e r h o r s e p o w e r t h a n h a s been v e t j m r e d t o r u n present types of ears. The idea has been tested a n d a p p l i e d t o models i n w i n d t u n n n e l s by Dr. U s e a r O. Tietjens, German, German, a e r o d y n a m i c , e n g i n e e r , at the \\~est inu'hous.e R e s e a r c h L a b o r a t o - ries here. 1.5y s h a p i n g a model car a l m o s t like a, d r o p of w a t e r , Dr. T i e t j e n s h a s c a l c u l a t e d t h r o u g h h i s w i n d t u n n e l tests t h a t a n a c t u a l f u l l - s i z e replica o f i t c o u l d t r a v e l Sl 7niles a n h o u r w i t h o n l y 1 4 0 horsepower, w h i l e , t h e p r e s e n t t y p e o f c a r a t t h a t .speed r e q u i r e s L'Sti h o r s e p o w e r . A c c o r d i n g to T i e t j e n s , it is w i n d r e s i s t a n c e t h a t d e m a n d s most of. t h e p o w e r n e e d e d t o r u n t h e , c a r a t h i u h speeds. W h e n t h e p r e s e n t t y p e of e l e c t r i c passenger car is m o v i n g · I D m i l * s a n h o u r , w i n d resistance is a l m o s t ,"o per c e n t of the t o t a l i e s i s i a n c e , ( l i e rest consisting of u i c c h a n i . - a l f rid i o n . W h e n t h e car's s p e e d i s p u s h e d u p t o s « i i i i i l - c s a n h o u r , h o w e v e r , t h e v i ' i u i ! r e s i s t a n c e l:a.s b e c o m e n i o r . . t h a n 7 ," p"r c e n t of the t o t a l . T h e s a m e i s t r u e o f t r a i n s , says T j i - i j e n s , w h o s s m g c s l s t h a t huii; t r a i n s c o u l d e a s i l y a c q u i r e a s t r e a m line, line, s h a p e a s a i t e n t i r e u n i t , f r o m l o c o m o t i v e s t o o b s e r v a t i o n car. O n l y t h e f r o n t a n d t h e r e a r w o u l d have l'i h s h a p e d to c o n f o r m t o t h e w a t e r - d r o p r i esiu n . T h e g r e a t e r T h e speed w a n t e d , t'no m o r e i m p o r t a n t becomes s t r e a m l i n i n g . ; i ' - i - i . r d i n g t o t h e s e f i n d i n g s . Slt)e«» :tu- r-iilr-.ja.ds a r e d i - r e c t i n g t h ' - i r effori.,^ t o w a r d g r e a t e r speeds-, i n t h e i r c o m p e t i t i o n w i t h t h e h i g h w a y s a n d p i p e lines, a n e w s t y l o i;i h i t ; h speed cars a n d t r a i n s i s e x p e c t e d t o a p p e a r soon. T h i s w a t e r - d r o p style-. D r . Tietjens Tietjens says, w i l l a d d not. o n l y t o -speed but to e f f i c i e n c y a n d -economy or" opt opt - r a t . i o n . OIL PRODUCERS TO GATHER MARCH 30 Will Remain in Capital for Conference April 9 O K L A H O M A C I T Y , M a r c h 1 0 ( A f 1 ) . - -- K e p r e s e n t . ' i l i v e . s o f t h e n i t p r o d u c i n g s l a t e s w i l l m e e t i n Wash- i n g t o n M a r c h :0, a s ( i r i g i n a l l y p l a n n e d , t o f l i s i - u s s p e t r o l e u m i m ports, ports, d o m e s t i c p r o r a t i o n a n d o t h e r vagary in every great There pace. --far he is is gatherings hostess. seeks functions. furnished "How have their without just things almost

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  2. 19 Mar 1931, Thu,
  3. Page 14

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