The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 14, 1947 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 14, 1947
Page 4
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^•' : PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, MAY M, 1047 Pity Concerns Plan Expansions Improvements to Cost ^ $23,000,000 Outlined To State Commission LITTLE .May 14. <UV) — Vast exiianslon programs throughout Arkansas were planned loilnv by at least three major firms. Tlfey were oui'.Med before thi? Arkansas Pbblic Service Commission yesterday. •'The plans included r. SSX.CW.OCO jBipiovcment and >xpansiOii layout bj- the Arkansas Power mill Light Co.: a $700,000 program for the Cap- Hal City Transportation Co.; and a Five Americans Survive Plane Crash in Africa DA« £S SALAAM. Tanpanyjkn Territory/May 14. (UP)--A rescue plane ,,. took' off from Salisbury, Soulheni I*"'""" •Rhodesia, today to pick up Col. Cheslcy G. Peterson and four oUier Americans stranded I" Hie African bush country after the forced landing of their plane. The rescue plane, a small engincd transport, was cxpeetci Southern Tanganyika, tcforc nl fall. The World War II figlitcr U. S. Gotten *o Compete In Walker Cop Matches I ST. ANDREWS. Scotland, May 14. (UP)—America's hopes for victory hi ilie forthcoming Walker Cup golf matches soared today when two of the team's crack com— who were sidelined with injuries, indicated lh<!7. would be ready to meet Great Britain's ranking amateurs on Friday. The two players were Smiley Quick of I.os Angeles and hand,,,. n some Dick Chapman of I'inehurst. N. C. Quick had been idle, after Injuring Ills fool on a rusty nail and chnpman was bedded with In- to ^1 Quick borrowed team-mate Bud by radio thai liiey were iminj »486,000 program bjr tnc General Waterworks Corporation in 15 Arkansas cities. - A. P. and L.'s plans were revealed in an exhibit filed with the Pub- lie Service Commission. niong with j 1 a request for permission to Issue j „.„.„_ $11,000,000 In first movtaage Loncls. the money to llnance lliu rehal.Ui- He said his foot "still feels tender," but. signified he would be Chapman, who returned to acl.lon lem°m &XS""""""" ^ S^lSSS. Wn^-ST nn "ukn m,e,'adv is c,n,n t wxro day of practice, ta.ald he sllll three i»«-lotions by I he- Clcnr-ral felt "a lltllc swiniy," but indicat- W^fnvorks corpornilo.1, t'.so of ed he also would be ready lo play re .llcti yesterday. The Ann, tomorrow. operate w.ueiwm-ks in ID Francis Oulmet. non-playing cap- , Arkansas Cities .incliulisii} Arkadol- lain ot the U. S. team, said lie con- Tlie commission took tne apphca-' ., p jnfc muff B.UcwiUo and El templated no changes in me 011- Uon,under advisement follcwins an J3 0 ,' a ',i 0 ni. s t asked ior autiiorily to einal line-up for the llth Walke altcrnoon henring. . ; 5( . u $300i oob in 5 per cent, )>rcferr«l. Cup renewal. **.* ,;/nie utillly firm's over-all, plan stock. It also' requested Authority) called for spending 512,330.000 thlsjto sell S22.0UO worth of trust bonds Mid $10,80-1.000 in 194S, chiefly: M nl to sell up to M.OOO shares of expansion o( Its eiectrio common slock at 1101 .less than 5G.CoO for Ihe ..jjystcm. Action on a request by the transportation firm to bori'ow $700.000 was'postpbned by t'ae comn;isi:<in pending Ihc Tiling of aJiiitl'ina! exhibits. The company proposed ' With Trailer Camp FINDLAY, O.. May H. (UP) — Workers swcpl. up broken window 5 anu oilier debris today leit by a tornadic like wind whlcit vhipped through Ihls Northern Ohio city yesterday causing damage vs- limatort'at $150,000. . j Only one eprson was injured seriously, but 20 others were-treated Ior minor injuries. All of those hurt were residents of a trailer camp Just East of t'nc city limits where 42 of the 45 trailers were demolished. The storm dipped into the trailer camp shortly after 4 p.m. after sweeping a path three-quarters ot a mile wide through the'business district from the Southwest. Roofs were blown from homes, gar:u;cs blown down, and windows smashed In Hie path ot the storm. Tlie central portion of the city was without, electricity last night as linemen worked to repair nO'V- cr lines ilial had blown down. per share. The firm said (hat procwds from Its multiple transaction! would ba used to finance expansion of ils system, amoiuiltiiB to $4f!6,'.!il') hi Av- Taxpaycrs Rush to Beat Thursday Deadline rj'ITI.R HOCK, May 14. (Ul'l — Rome 15 employes of the state income tax division wort- deluded with work today as AiKansans poun-d Income lax returns inin the office to beat the Thursilrty miriniishl. deadline. ' ' | Walter Maxey, dircctov of the rti-1 vision, would not estimate how much' money has been collected to date or how many returns have' been I filed. Last year, approximately 30.000 persons filed rotuins. Maxey attributed the increased amount of work to a revision of the income tax law by ilio oGth' General Assembly. 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