The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 16, 1947 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

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Tuesday, December 16, 1947
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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1947 Medical Center Ruling Affirmed State Officials Get Go-Ahead Signal on Re-locating College LITTLE ROCK, Aik., Dec. 16. *^ (UP)—The Arkansas Supreme court ^ yesterday upheld Hie boards ot the University of Arkansas anrt State Hospital i n their plaits to build a medical center on the hospital grounds In Little Rock. In a unanimous opinion written by Associate Justice J. S. Holt, the court ruled thai the boards have "a broad discretion in tlie discharge of their trusts and usless it is made to appear that their discretion has been abused, their actions cannot be restrained." "We find no abuse of discretion." the opinion added. The court's opinion affirmed Pu- laskl Chancery Court in dismissing a friendly plea for an injunction filed by Edward H. Lindsay, a Little Rock taxpayer. The decision gave 'the boards the green light, on erection of H 42,500.030 memorial hospital and removal of the University of Arkansas Medical School trom Its present East Little Rock location to the hospital grounds. In another ruling, the Supreme Court upheld a 1947 law creating a 12-hour work-week for uniform firemen in Arkansas cities ot the first and second class. Libel Judgment Upheld The action affirmed a Pulnsltl Chancery Court decree granting a restraining order to V. G. Throckmorton, H. E. Adams and C. M. Orif/ln, members of the Little Rock Fire Department. The request lor a restrarning order was aimed at O. L. Nalley, chief of the Little Rock Fire Department. *w Pointing out that the action had V.nothtng to do with salaries or claims for overtime, the Supreme Court said the lawmakers contemplated no purpose other than to limit to 72 hours Hie time a uniform member of the force should be required to be on duty. The Supreme Court also upheld a libel Judgment of $500 against the West Memphis News. The original charges were filed by Crlttenden County Judge Cy H. Bond following a heated political campaign last Summer. Bond had requested $10,000 damages, but was awarded $500 on a change of venue in Craighead County. Today's opinion written by Chier Justice Griffin Smith reviewed all circumstances leading up to the editorial charges made by Paul and John Coughlin, publishers of the paper. Had Charged Corruption The newspaper had charged that Bond "corrupted the county road program to his financial betterment." .Other Items alleged that. Bond was the leader of a, political "gang" whose "shameless Nazi- like violation of civil liberties . . . «.! brought a federal Investigation and jf the conviction of three persons in Crittenden County." In the lower court, John Coughlin had explained that by "corrupt" he meant using the county road fund to Bond's own advantage. He also said that charges of vote- stealing and corruption l n the county were not aimed specifically at Bond, but at a political organization of which Bond was the recognized leader. In upholding the lower court's decision, Justice Smith wrote: "Irrespective of the Impulse to accuse, under our system of government there are excesses beyond which one may not go without assuming the responsibility of compensation." He added that the newspaper made "ordinary implications" which could not be brushed aside with an explanation that no offense was Intended. And finally, the Justice wrote that truth was the only defense for charges and implications that Bond had allowed law violations in Crlttenden County. Z ronce Honors St. Lo Hero BLYTHEVrLLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Howie - House Democrats Line Up Solid Against GOP Anti-Inflation Bill Marriage Licenses The following; couples obtained man-lags licenses over the week-end In the office of Miss Elizabeth Blythe, county clerk, . W. A. Berry, Ln Center, Ky.. and Mrs. Ruth stlnnet, Barlow, Ky. Homer Shipley and Miss Oenevii Llla Hnlney, both of Manila. Harry House Harp and Miss Shirley Barham, both of Blythevllle. Approximately 35 years elapse tlonlng and wage-price control's. The Democrats therefore opposed the bill as too weak. drouth, | ncordlng to calculations. WASHINGTON, Dec. 16. (UP) — Solid Democratic opposition today defeated a Republican move to jam the OOP's anti-Inflation bill through the House anrt probably killed all hope for passage of such legislation at this special session of Congress. The Republicans attempted to rush their mild four-point program for fighting inflation through tho House by an unusual parliamentary procedure—suspension of the rules. A two-thirds affirmative vote Is required to pass a bill by this procedure. The Republicans mustered 202 votes for the bill, whereas they needed 260 to pass it. No Democrats jotcd for it. air lines. No other phase of air transport, Ramspeck said,-has been so subjected to "misinformation and outright propaganda," chiefly by railroads, steamship companies and air lines not under government jurisdiction. Ramspeck made his statements before a House post office sub--mil-! mittce which is seeking possible cc- j onomies and Improvements in the' air mail service. Last week Post Of-1 fice Department and Civil Aero-' nautlcs Board oficiais defended the present system as economical and I In the national interest. Agnlnst the bill were M Republicans, 161 Democrats and one American Labor Party members-a total of 188. The GOP bill provided for a one- year extension of export and transportation controls, waiving of tiie anti-trust laws to permit voluntary agreements for allocation of scarce materials, and a boost in the federal reserve gold reserve requirements. President Truman nad asked for the extension ot export and transportation controls. 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