The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 22, 1947 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

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Wednesday, January 22, 1947
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SIX Reclamation Act Extension Urged .;Arkansas Senators . introduce Bill to Benefit Arkansas "AVASHINCSTON. .Jan. 22.—Senators 'John J_ MoClellan and J Wil- Jlam_-Fitll)right of Arkausns have Introduced in the S?nnte a bill providing for .tlie extension of ted- *rnl reclamation laws to Arkansas. H • approved, the IJiircnii or Rc- rhmatlnn i<-byld be authorized to enter the Slate for study of its problems ' relating to irrigation, 'drainage, mimiciiJ.il and imliistrinl writer suunllcs, recreation, and fish and \vlldlife nrojincaticn rnd lend ii.s influence toward supplementing existing programs for flood control and ."team hydro-electrical power development. Among tlie principle objectives of the bill V.'cuM tc to further augment and coordinate local. State and Federal activities in the promotion of industrial development, niiri to brliiB about the fullest possible utiliv:,^ tion of lands'adaptable to agriculture or other purposes. .. The original act limited the use Of receipts from the sale and disposal of public lands In certain states and territories to the construction of irrigation works for the reclamation of arid lands, restricting such activities to 17 western slates. Arkansas remains as one of the richest states in the nation In undeveloped agricultural and mineral resources, and it is In tht national interest, that tlie trcmen'dous potentialities for development of these resources Ije implemented through the multi-purpose program of (lie Bureau of Reclamation, which may be adapted to many areas within the state. New Premier Paul Ramndicr, little known Fiv:irn Socialist leader, walks down ihn Carpeted steps of Elyscc Pnlacc in Paris after being named 1st Premier, of the Fourth Republic. (N!'A Radio-Tel ephoto.) ^~~~^^~^.^.^ — RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Wednesday & Thursday "TYPHOON" with Dorothy F.amuur News and Comcilv Proud Purp _ m,YTHEVIl,LE (AKK.) COURIER NEWS U'Jic cat thai swallowed ;iic canary couldn't haw had a more smug expression (linn docs Freckles as she poses proudly with some ol her recent lillcr of 12. Sim lives in Windsor, Out Revenue Post May Be Made Elective Office LITTLE ROCK. Ark., Jan. 2-'. cUPi—The Election Committee ot the House of Representatives S'es- U'rdny rerommcmiccl approval of a jiroposal by Russell Roberts ol F.iulkncr County to imikc Hie position of itiite revenue :oinmissloncr elective. The bill wns rend twice before BOiur; to Hie committee iiiul ivas pluccd on the cnlcndnr. Rcbrrts s:d(l he prcbcbly would ciill it (o the floor for notion todny or tomorrow. Ttie same committee recommended piiEsnye of n sc:ond proposal By Roberts setting up n IC-man private citizens' Uudyct Committee to consider all state ap;iropriulions before the opening of Ci»ch biennial session of the General Assembly. The committee .stnmncd its approval on a bill repealing Act 107 of 1045. Rep. Claude Coftelt of Denton County orlghmlly inlro- duccd I the meosure which would eliminate the state's controversial separate federal primary law. Opposing the expressed wishes of Gov. Tien Laney .the HOIIRO Resolu- ticns Cojntniltee oi>poscd u mcjtstirc calling for n study ot Uie slate school system. The resolution hi'd tjeen Intnidn^cd by Re[>. r<. L. Ciincr of Miller County. New Theater Manila's Finest Shows EVERY .NIGHT Matinee Saturday & Sunday Sai.-Sun. 1 p.m. Cont. Bhow1n» CHICK THEATRE "Where Happiness Costs So Little" WEEKDATB Boi Olfice Opens 6:45 p.m. Bh«w oUrts 7:tt p.m. Wednesday & Thursday "And Then There Were None" Vilh TVaUcr Husloii and I.ois llaywarc Sertal: "Korro's Black Whip" Last Chapter Also, Short Wednesday & Thursday 'The Cockeyed Miracle" with Kcnu.in ^Vynii. rrank .Margin Also Slmrls Open 6:30 p.m.; Show SUi-U 7 ;.n Wednesday & Thursday "CASANOVA BROWN' •with <!;lry Coo)icr, Teresa WriKht A'C'VS ot (he Day and siiorls Lover's Message Brings First News of Missing Army Plane SHANGHAI, Jan, 22. (UP) found a way today where th<! plnnes of lour nations failed and the world leanied that a U. S. Ar- i.v ulnne. missing since Saturday, liiui made a forced landlin; 1UU miles North ol Canton. Thirteen Americans were ie plane, an Army Graves Rcijls- .latlon Service Transport, ami all vcre presumed safe In the village if LIcnplnjtUiiiK. The plane disfip- K'arcd Saturday en route from afiniiKlial lo CiiiHon with Army iupplie.s, Cupid drew a lonu 'oow when .Varrant Officer Harry Fair, Los \iigeles. Calif., decided to use the 3hinc.sc Idem-arm .system. Jim )>!•> nr.s.sano to Kllie Shernmn. his fi- ii-.cee In SIiaiiRliiil, tnaiiituoil 10 -uivivo the rJijors of oriental com- mrnications. "Hello Darllni;." it snl<i. "plane mafic forred ]«miliif>, but I'm sale nut well. Miss you very much. Will ;aule from Canton. Ixivo, Harry." Hie ;iie.«:igc iirnved wiiiic Ainer- cnn. British, French and Chinese 'li.ncs were searching the entire ;anton-Shai-,Bl]ai nrca. fair's mcssaiic was dated Jan. 21, !ncli<jallni> that lie couldn't find telegrnpii station for several days Love after the landlni;. if the plane's pi"•» lot. sent any mcssases, they still arc on tlie way, Po« liainpcrcu the air search. U. fa. Army bombers Irom Okinawa Joined Uio seitrchcrs yestcrtia" i>ut were iimible lo locale the missint transport, " ™ Those iiljoanv were Pair, of the Grave:, Ileglstratlon Service- five American crewmen, a Chiiicsc- Amcrlean crew chief, ami s| x uiii- neFc-Amcrlcnii soldier* .on leave irom the Ameilcan section of rxc- L-iitivi: (truce) Jieatiquarlers In Pi c p- Cupt. M. F. Kelly, an American operations officer, said a nlinc from the 332nd Troop carrier I Kqiiiidron would tic sent to the site 1 of the forced landing as soon tne weather clears. Tecn-Agers Rob Store MEMPHIS. Tenn., Jan. 22--(UP> -Youthful bandits staged (mother .siv;ccssful holdup here last nli-hl police rcjiorlcd toduy, when Dave teen-age ijoys took more than $50 at uunpolnl from a !ic|iior store i^ Read Courier News Want Adn. Capone Rallies From Illness, Doctor Reports MIAMI BEACH, Fla., Jan. ?/,. (U.I'J —Scarfaec Al Cnpone. fabulous JtJng of crime <turjng tlio prohibition era, "rallied out of his coma" early today, his physician reported, Dr. Kenneth Phillips, capones personal doctor, came from the former underwork! czar's isl.um retreat about B:30 a. m. (EST) and sajd Capone "Is having a natural slec|>." ca|(on e will lie able to lake nourishment when he wakes up, Phillips said. However, the,, physician IndkH- c<l ilml it would he several iHys before 'apone could be conskiMvci out of daiit;nr. Phillips, who speot most of ihe niglil beside Caponrs bed with liis wife. Mae Capone. and tlielr small son, Alphon'O, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 22, 1947'• I/ways rely m thk great rub for to relieve coughs — ttMmi muttin RUBON EDSilSIO Jr., left for his office an said he would not re-enter the walled es- tatc except for routine calls or unless there was an emergency, Thus, It appeared that the who survived thr Chicago a $50,000 pr;cc on ills head, luri once again cheated death. 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