The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 14, 1947 · Page 3
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1947 New Fight Bared In Hospital Probe Investigators at War With Each Other Over Sites for New Units LITTLE ROCK. Ark., Feb. 14 (U.P.)—The joint Senate anci House Committee Investigating Die Stale Hospital for Nervous' Diseases went into continuous session here today, after nil open break between committee members was emcmced yesterday on tile Senate "Yt- "he upheaval came yesterday over approval of a $2,000,000 construction program for the hospital, wlilch would provide for eight new buildings al the Benton unit ana only two at the Little Rock hospital. The building plans were part or a report submitted by Sen. Ernest Maner of Hot Springs, i ,, chairman of the investleatinr; " sl of ' J0f group. i latc O. Ma Sen. o. Lawrence Blaekwell of dor to Britain Pine Bluff opened fire with tho ""' " " ., SUCll a "rn«>-*.,. "i lead to tho cvciitun of the Little Rock _ termed Manor's report "ennncd." Th e Senate, sitting as a commlt- lei> of tile whole, gave n "do pass" vole to the appropriation despite Hlackwell's efforts to delay Ihe vote. later, however, a S^nr.te bloc headed by Sen. Ellis Pagen ot Little Rock succeeded in pushing through an amendment that would kill that portion of the construction, fund appropriation bill speeifyini: that the building for tubercular patients be at Benton. Sen. Maner stoutly defended Ills report, which was filed in botJi Houses, although not read. He told the upper chamber that all committee members except and Home Buyers' Complaints Investigated MEMPHIS, Tenn., Feb. 14. (UP) —Veterans' complaints that they were required to make side payments In purchasing homes were being investigated today by the Office of Temporary Controls. OTC officials said 12 veterans claimed they were forced to make side payments which Increased prices of homes they purchased above established FHA ceilings. Four Eliminated As Appointees To British Court WASHINGTON, Feb. 14.—CUP)— President Truman has removed :| four prominent names from the ' "" "' 'We successors to the Gardner as ambasfa- n. -, _ ...- „.„. ,„„. T1 'e President told his news con- cbiiige that such a program would fcrencc yesterday that he had not abandonment 'decided who will get the post but unit, and !ie| he said It would not be Secretary of the Navy James Forrestal, Army Chief of staff den. Dwlght D. Eisenhower, Undersecretary of State William L. Clayton, or Reparations Director Edwin w. Pauley. Mr. Truman also said: 1. It was up to Congress to work out details for establishment of' a "standby" synthetic rubber industry. He asked Congress last week to set up such an Industry so the United States would not be caught short of rubber l n any future war. 2. There was no difference between "Jeffersonian Democracy* i and "Jacksonlan Democracy and memers except Inncuwuii oac an one other had been advised I ^ llcl 'Sfore no political significance of the report, and he added that they were not told of it because he "considered them prejudiced." Jews Get Blame For Sinking of Two Small Ships JERUSALEM, Feb. H.-l(UP) — Explosives believed planted by rubber-suited "frogmen" divers of the Il-fiun 7.vai Lcinni organization sank one government vessel in Haifa harbor today and damaged another. The British garrison. at Haifa in the fact that Democratic lund- ralsing dinners will be called "Jefferson Day Dinners" instead of "Jackson day dinners" as In the past. The president said the name was changed because the dinners this year will be held In April (Jefferson's birlh month) instead of in January, the month Jackson's victory at New Orleans in 1812. Icelandic Bride Finds Scranton Too Cold SCRANTON, Pa. (UP)—Jakobina Thordorsdottlr, bride - to - be or Reykjavik, Iceland, rinds it difficult getting acclimated In Scranton, the winters are too cold here, " struniT around the port area. - — ... -..j^^^n, . _ «• illCSUIIU she says. Jakobina arrived licrc to be married to Sam Nurdelln, n formeV soldier whom she met in Iceland during the war. When tho thermometer dropped sharply, she observed: "Iceland was never like this!" BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.>: COURIER NEWS LEGISLATURE Continued from rage 1. and found them scrambling in both houses to regroup their lor- ces. Bombshell Dropped The . bombshell, which created consternation In what appeared 10 be routine consideration of the bills in the house of representatives, came in the form of a Ben- ate motion to withdraw Senate Hill 112 from the House. The. bill, described as the key to Gov. Laney's program, was approved the lirst of the week by the Senate, alonj with the oilier administration bills. The motion to withdraw tho bill was Introduced quietly by Sen. George Freeman of pznrk anil halt carried on a voice vote before ud- mlnlslration leaders awoke to tue fact that it was the governor's bill. Then, In n frantic effort to recoup, Sen, J. Lee Bearden, chairman of the Senate Committee on Revenue and Taxation, moved to reconsider the Senate action. This move brought on the first filibuster of the session, as Senators J. E. Smith of Key no and NOTICE -Notice is hereby ijiven lhat the undersigned will within the lime fixed by law apply to the Commissioner of Revenues of the State of Arkansas for a permit to sell beer et retail at 17CO Hnrman St., Bly- thevllle, Arkansas, Mississippi County. The undersigned states that he is a citizen of Arkansas, of good moral character, that he has never •been convicted of a felony or other crime Involving moral turptiludc; that no license to sell beer by the undersigned has been revoked within five years last past; and that the undersigned has never been convicted of violating the laws of this state, or any other state, relating to the sale of alcoholic liquors. THOMAS Y. CHIU Subscribed and sworn to 'before me this 12th day of Feb.. 1947. Mrs. Marshall Blackard. (SEAL) Notary Public My Commission expires March fl 1949. Brady pryor of Ft. Smith attempted lo block reconsideration. Meanwhile, over in the Hous<, Speaker Roy Rlules hud refused to recognize Kie messenger from Ihe Senate bearing the re-call message and iv filibuster quickly got under way In the lower house. Simultaneously, .with the completion of Senator Smith's lengthy speech in the Senate, niales rccog- nUed the upper body's messenger, who asked recall of the bill. House Keeps Bill Tills was the signal for a motion bp Hep, Dick Wright of Olar* County thai the House refuse to give up the measure. This motion finally curried. During discussion of the motion spjuker Klalcs came nutter the fire of Rep. w. F. Reclor of Fu- laski county for his refusal to recognize the messenger. "fin going to support the governor's program," Hector said, "but I don't want it shoved clown my throat." Various other representatives rallied to Rlitles' support and the speaker assured Rector lhal ho was not attempting to discriminate. Earlier In discussion of the bills Rep. llcaitsill Ragon of Sebastian County, leading the opposition, quoted a message which Gov. Land; had given to the W5 legislature, stating that the stnblllz.ition plan "will obviate the necessity lor new taxes." Riigon attacked the propose:! one-cent hike m cigarette tax ana the 5li-cfnt a gallon boost in liquor levins as means of Inviting "Ijoottegeing of both cigarettes ana liquor." 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