ant W/yTIIKVIM,K (ARK.) COIM1KK NEWS Unification For Army, Navy tjtpect Congress to T**« Ae*M»« Despite RftsistaMce : Jops Worship on Bombed Campus BJT~,WILLI\M F. MOMKNAMIV <UKHfc« Fress Staff Corresponrttnl) WASHINGTON, Jan. 1. (UPi — A hfch Wai Depaiimcnt. source cx- 4>res4f<t confidence Ifeday the new Confess would npprove unification of the ariwd fences In some form "despite persistent Navy opposition. | He'sald unification remnlned r,t the top of the Army's list of "Must" ifgcJation for tlie SOtfi Conijress. ranking oxer e\en iU much nought universal train IIIB program. ' This source said n merger of the services would save the government yoiis|dernble money and ••voulcl therefore fit In with economy demands of the Republican majority' 111 the new Congress.'He said it was significant that .Republican tenders! hhd a'gresd to go along with the unl- -ficatlpn of the congressional cum-' Jnittees on military and nav\l ;,i- inlrs/ ' Despite-President Truman's firm s«)>ix>rt of an Army-Navy min-Bcr. the: Navy still is opposing four basic points in the proposed unification blueprint. They are: i- 1.. Establishment of a single mlll- Ury.;department of national defense—the backbone of the |>Un. : 2. .Setting up an autonomous air force, on the same level wlll'i the Army and Navy. ; 3. '^Elimination of all naval Inrul- based. aviation except for mining and 'transport. i 4..^Cutting back the Maiitws from, their World War II expansion to a small force to serve nbouril ship dnd to guard naval bases. • ; ThJ..President has muzzled Navy opposition to his unification plan, but Uiewf Is .nothing to rjrevcnl ihe JdmlralS' from ranking' n .strong battle 'against imifientioii lieforc 'committees In the next Congress, j Tlie battle lines already are drawjj, with Navy ready lo jjlug for h council of national defense I hat ?vouW coordinate Army-Navy activities without lumping them into one lent.;." 1 The fundamental issue, according to Army sources, is the contr.-i) of From oldsters Jikc.while-haired innn al left (o youngsters pictured in foreground wilh their mother, hundreds of Christian Japone.su attended recent St. Andrews Day services on the bombed-out campus ot Tokyo's Central Theological College. This first postwar service of. rcdcdicnlion was-sponsored by the Brotherhood of Bt • £'.*.T .«;•-, Andrew In Japan. Laney Silent on State Entering Liquor Trade LITTLE ROCK. Ark.. Jan, .}. <UP> — Gov. Ben Laney lodny refused to commit himself on any proposal to pul the state or Arkansas into the wholesale liquor business. "I may have to enter the argument at :i later dale, but fiKlit nO\v I would rather not comment/' Lancy said. The governor indicated that he expected other proposals, in ad- the purse strings. The Army i;c- llevcs it can convince Congruns of a tremendous saving In the nutimiiil defense bill though unification.- Furniture is a Sound Investment in Comfort! Floor Lamps — Table Lamps Ihnerspring Mattresses — Box Springs Alvin Hardy Furniture Co. 113 Kasl Main Phone 2.W2 All Ovr Kmnloyru »r« W&r Veteran*. Well- * - kj> >. _; -, jHere I Am! ,V«,"fresh as n daisy is the only w.iy .our cleaning can be properly t^rjnecl '. . '. once you've tried it you'll ^ngree, Boonc Cleaning is imexcclle.l. Call 3738 BOONE CLEANERS dition to one ^nnouncetl la'.st week by Sen. E. j. Butler, of Forrest City, lo lind their way into the House or Senate. Duller said last week he would introduce n measure ullon'tng the slate lo tuke over (tie six wholesale liquor licenses now in effect in Aikansas. The international balloon race lor the Gordon Bennett trophy i ;i the oldest of aviation contests. Change In Location A. T. WILSON Fu' Market (formerly located in Gainrs Grocery) Now npi-r:i(hi|r in I Up Grear Grocery Store 212 K. Main SI. Flume 2581 Ynnr patronage fs nprtrcclnl.ft>.l . . . . Our policy Is to (tlvc you Hie bral In service find Kntlsfnclion. CALL ON US— lor 'Track Service and Parts Triok wrvice? You bet we can tak*" C4td of you. That's tight down our alley.' Parts? We t?» a big stock pi genuina temataDnal Paris. Stop in. and ««11 iaka one oi you. CALL ON DELTA For Your International -,: . Truck Repairs! ii, '- •• t_ Delta Implements,- Inc. •V "^^ '*£-*'. IT**. 2*4 $|. p Kon- M3 AN 'too We suggest a Complete Brake Inspection — RIGHT NOW! LOY EICH Chevrolet Co. Eisenhower May Run for President WASHINGTON, Jilll. 1, (UP)-Tho Times-Horfucl said today in a copy] Julilrcl di.spiUcrh Uuit Gen. tt'ifih! V). icisoiiliowe]- Is repoi'tccl o hftve told friends recenUj 1 lljat e would run fur President "If the irof:!r of the country want r.ie," Tin 1 Army's chief of utaff \vas rcpoiti'd by Ihc Times-Herald to have made tlio Matcmnnl during Inforinu! talks while on n fishing trip off Miami cliirinfj the Christ- nm-s holidays. Klsenhrnver pvescntly Is at Pi alt General Hospital. Carol Gables, Flu for n physical tlicek-n;). In locent press eonfereiices before he lt>ft for Florida, Elsen- hower told new.sinen here under questioning that he could not dls- cus.s Ihr presidency. He said he considered it disloyal to President Tntmim to discuss it while lie remained chief of staff. Reel. White am! Blue l)iiltoiis*itrK- Ins "Ike for Piesldcnf recently have sippeitreil In Washington but their source has not been found Ttic Tlrnes-Henild said that although tho General never 1ms given any indication of his party fcet- I»K.S, il was pointed out that Sen Ai'tjMirJ3!i|)ppr, R., Kan., "had come WKONKSDAY, JAXUAKV 1, HM7 "'There sire some people In the liepiftlican party who are not s»t- j t.vftol with De«'cy or Taft, ulid I some In the Democratic Party who j do not Iccl that they can win ' with Tiuinan,'" ' Mobile Radio-Telephone Used to Speed News MEMPHIS, Tenn., Jan. 1. lUPi — The tiKblle ladlo-telephone, for ncwsk'atherint; from a moving aiito- incbile, will b3 installed by the Men-.3his C3inmer:ittl Appcul some-1 time in mid-January, It was nn-1 nounce<L today. ' The Commercial Appeal said It CALL "j everything in "INSURANCE" UNITED INSURANCE AQENCY, ' Over Ouard Jewelry sj»i« A F. DJETRICH, Mgr. FARM DITCHES DITCH BANK LEVELING PRIVATE ROADS OR ANY., Finest Quality Pork & Beef Cuts FRESH VEGETABLES FRESH FRUIT will be Tound ul PICKARD'S Phone 2043 1044 Chickasawba CHAMBLIN SALES CO. STUDEBAKER Sales — Service We Km- and Sell (JOOn USKD CARS Kill Chamblin — l.t-x Ch.unlilin Railroad & Ash Sts. Tlionc 219.5 Be Sure! INSURE With The FIRST NATIONAL INSURANCE AGENCY 108 North S_econf! DIAL 2311 For Complete Protection CHAS. HITTNEK No Waiting! No Delay! In Arkansas - Missouri Tennessee - Mississippi 4% LOANS On Good Business and Residential Property in Towns of Over 2500 MONEY PAID ON DAY OF APPL/CATJON IF TITLE IS SATISFACTORY Call or Write FLORIDA REAL ESTATE LOAN COMPANY ANDREW J. FLORIDA, Vice-Pi-esideiit PHONF, 210 Mississippi County Bank Building Osceola, Arkansas Everything You Need! \Vl.on you're in clonbl as lo where you should look for someltmi" for Ihe home or car, h-f our well-slocked store . . . yoii'lllin,] many things y0ll W an( rif.!H at yoiir riiiKti- lips. iXm't waste time just "si Blan Heath Auto & Home Supply Phone 828 419 West Main St. EXCAVATION 8. J.COHEN Contractor LYNCH BLDG. BLYTHEVILLE ARK. CONCRETE BUILDING BLOCKS A?so CULVERTS VI Im:u's up 111 -IX llli<ln>K We ore Dealers for Where Your Flowers Are—You Are! One call to us will ai'range lo bi'.vc your remembrances .sent, not just ni.co ' but rni ' 1K ' nth arl(!1- month.' Ask about tiiis plan ^ FLOWER SHOP F.T.I). Service e Deliver Anywhere IMI iai •_• . ere _1":_ 491 Mrs ' 3 M - (Mac) Williams, owner Gloiu-oo BI.1-. TIRE HEADQUARTERS WHY WE CHOSE THE THREF BEST TIRES Day Ion Tliorobreds arc dated I ires imd fruiii-anteud ioi- lii-a of tiro ilself. Llooiiyoar—-'Wore people i-ido on flood- year Uro.s and tubes than any other kind. Hood Tires arc good tires, ask us iibout the new Hood Ouslom-ni.ilt .100. We Mount FREE—Every Tiro We Sell s Batteries ami Battery Service. ° Wa.slihiK ami lllliric.l tiiij;. 0 Slamlanl Esso Cns 4iul Oils. AUTO SERVICE Second and Ash Si.s. MARR'S I'hont 2(il1 FELIX A. CARNEY City Radio Repair Radios and Appliances 320 E. Main St. ph one 2407 THE FAMOUS WATERPROOFING Osceola Tile & Culvert Co. Phone 691 OSCEOLA, ARK. WANTED Used Cars and Trucks WE BUY—SELL—OR TRADE The Top Dollar Paid in C-A-S-H NO DELAY — NO KEl) TAI'K We Now Have A Few Nice Onej For Sale or Trade BOB WILSON AOTQ SM.ES Cur. FrunUin mirl Levels and Lines Surveying DRAG LINE FARM DITCHES Wm. R, Overton -- county surveyor Serving This Area 40 Years riioiu- Kveninirs t— Moat House. IJijr I, ;i ke or Wtiic % )!ox 8<l, Roselaml, Ark. WASH TUBBS Offer 1 SEI., V.K. \ IT FITS J.W NEEDS tXKCTW' VAN SCHEKUES. \ A'lO I'M HSRE TO N\*KE rtER. THE COUNTESS \AN OFFER MO 5M*E PERSON RECENTIS BOUGHT COUU> A*,-0(tt> 7ft TUHN POWW SOMt ?ROPERTV /• IERMINEP TO OWN/ Xo 'S,? ' ,<i I.KSMK 1 POUST IF SHE PJMP >< CEilT OVER Jt95,000 FORK SOUNDS 1.1KB 1 SOLD IT TO YOUTy atiT m-EH- WHV, TUKT'S CREftT! /NOT EX.XCTLV VJE CAN ClOSE Th' PEAL M LIBER.TV WITHOUT WIPING FOR KER. WR.rA'KEE! Vdb'RE i\ BUSV A\XN AND SO AW I • HERE'S »I35'OOO lHC«n! COUNT IT AND LET'S SET THIS OVER WITH! RED RYDER R3UT MCVCEE IS FORCED 12 TO SHW<£ HIS HSAiO A Crcetl-. Guv H V KURD rT ARM AN ALLEY OOP Tn Case Yon Cumc In I,ale »Y ('ALLEY OOP, PREHISTORIC MAM " BROUGHT INTO THE MODERN TIMES BV OR. WONMUG'S TIME MACHINE NOW SERVES THE EMINENT PHVStCIST AS A TIMEv TRAVELER/ H A M1JN OOOLA. OUR HERO'S PREHI&T6RLC GIRL-FRltND CURRENTLY, OUR ~ HERO, POSING AS A COW COUNTRY BftD-MAN, AIDS IN TH= HOLD UP OF THE GCWV GULCH STAGE...1N THE , HOPE OF F1NSING THE HIDING PLACE OF THE S8O.OOO LOOT...A MYSTERS' SINCE IO76 ~t.TI\._C.'^ l-i KEEP MOVIN'.BOYS. / t.i, WE'VE GOT ft. . 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