The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 10, 1947 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

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KU1DAV, JANUARY 10, 111-17 LUO (A!UC.) COUKIKU NKWS 11 Billions Asked For Army, Navy President's Budget Message Warns Against Unwise Economy Moves KV CH1I.KS CUI.EMAN' United press Staff Correspondent WASHINGTON, Jan. 10.—(UT) — (HFR> _. President, Truman today asked lor SI 1,25,000,000 lo run the Army and Navy. He warned tile economy-minded f Congress that any cuts below .that figure would weaken the country's iwsition in international affairs. Tiie funds would provide for an armed form of I,(i41,000 men —1.070,000 in the Army aim 571.000 in the Navy and Marine C'orps. This compares with an average strength of 2,108,000 this fiscal year. I'olnlinR out that his national defense budget for the 1948 lis- cal year, beiUnnini; next July !. is $3.470,000.000 less than for' the furrcnl fiscal year, Mr. Truman "ThoiiBli we expect Ihe united Nations to move .successfully to- v.ard n-<u'l t [ security, any c ilt in our present estiniiite for i!)48 would Immediately weaken our international position. This liit-Bc part of the budget, nt my judgment, represents a proper balance between security and economy." His words obviously were alined at those members of Congress who believe it will be nccessarv to hack at the proposed outlays for the Army and Navy to effect any sizeable economics. Mr. Truman conceded that the cost or maintaining the armed forces next year will be "high" for a peacetime year. Bui, he added: "We still have largo responsibilities siritfng out of 111 war. Military occupation in urop ant] in the, Far ast must continue. The lines of i communication and supporting |n) slallatlons for the occupation for- ce.s must bn maintained. Recruits must be trained as replacements.' Tlie President renewed his plea for unification or the armed forces ff[! said a single department of national defense is an "important step in Ihe search for cconomv and efficiency in organization and administration.'' He also reiterated his proposal for a universal tanning program adding that the armed forces have available left-over wartime equip mcitt and installations which could be used in such a program. Tiic budget estimated the War Department's needs at $6,558.000, COO in the 149R fiscal year as against SG,920.0CIO,COO In the cur rent year. Navy Department re quiremcnt.s were placed at $4,423, 000,000 as compared with $5,588, JWD this year. The remaining na Tional ' defense' requests were : - for strategic materials .stockpiles and other minor activities. Meet the Poster Girl, Nancy Drury, Who at Four Is Most Photographed Chifd of the Month in U, S. You'll see a lot of this busy IHtlc cin with [he bt K cy-.s and ice ctvam expression this month. She's Nancy urury. chose us pcsicr p.ir! for me March or Himes (am;!aU;n. lint fame lta-.nl turned her head; MU- iiitil'nlly oh-ys her older si Mcrs. ,MiUn u-em?r. below i and lto:,e;ia leit) when it's lime fir prayers and lied. wl'i'ii I'd Kel llirougli with linV Today only one muscle In Nmi- >'>''(> rliiht heel .still nefds to hi' '•trotiKthcned a 111 lie find .-.trclt'h- ''d. Ollirrulso she Is a normal, healthy young ^Irl, : >hy und quiet. Nancy Is one of live i-hllilrcii In a family ol mud- riah- financial means lull rich 111 faml'y ][fc. fjiitcc her Illness she luis IK-CM the center of the family's home lire, she amuses herself nio.st "flen by playing school in-d walks " s far as the corner will] hor older sisters when they leave for school each morning and meets (hem when they return In tile afternoon. HflivriTi limes, -,h(- "teaches" her yeiir-Dld brother. Nanry vv ii| begin |,er cnrt-cr us a |io.-.ti°f ^Irl" In a few days. Her face will look oul from llunuuul-. »f billboards and display cards "cross tlie country. And Nancy hcr- •'>«'l| «lll come lo New York where J-hi- will otfleiitlly O|>L>II the campaign, visit other polio victims and ''von be (he center ot attcnllou 'at a fii^liloii show. PAGE SETB5 tmttlcc today uitnnlmouMy i,p- new ambussartor to Great Britain. ' United tivt.Miiy, to b,-Jliie ji'llbn's "nslliv"n°' 'vi'.""^ 8 ")"' Yl'i'c^chkf Ol> " 1C VN BewMy'owue»;- : .'-'f By NEA Service NEW YORK. .Jan. 1(1 iNlv'Ai. Nancy Drury, a fottr-vcai'-old c-ur- ly-liEtired blonde u-ith oft. nlnwing brown eyes. Is uoi"R t be the most Bridge Builders Show Speed on Memphis Span MMPIirS. Tcnn., Jan. 10. UJPi - —Work on part o! llic new Mississippi Hiver bridge at Memphis is proceeding no well, contractors McrrlLt-Chapinnu and Scott. Inc.. repotted today thai if prevent pro- Krcss is continued completion .ihould come by May 1. five months iihwtcl of schedule. Construction of seven mail piers iind the iilHilinfut on the Tennessee bhifr should be completed bv that date. Meantime, the MeirpfUs ami Arkansas .Bri(li:r Commission bus not taken «ny action on ncu- bids'for consU'ijcl.imi of the Memphis ap- jiroiirlire nor for the superstructure 1 . K;irlicr bids were rejected as ttjo hii:h. l'!u:ncs oi tlie snowy eyret, before the days cf bird protection -sold (or ton:- times their weight in liolel. NOW at— Liberty Cash Grocery fops with everything! there iin'l a meet 0' on lici/r ot fh- dny thai can't !i» qi.«-n a :;'J 30 I'Uiin Donuls int Dozen Sujrared Donuls Dozen Gla/cci or Frosted Jin^' Dozen 40 Kubblr^l ilh gpts \ mr% >l| pict tied up far her trip t" Ihe big cil.v "here sltc'tl takr part iti ccreniu nie.'. ^••tEaar^agUBigLttmi photographed child in Americu Hits month. Nancy is photogenic enough. Of thrnsands of youngsters throutjh- intt the country, she has been .selected as the "poster yirl" for the National 1!M7 Mureh of Dimes campaign futid to rnlf:e money for infantilL- paralysis. ' ) Polio was a vital part of Nancy's life long before she became the "ixjsti'r girl." Even at her r % ? she reini-mbeVii vividly the lone months rfic spent learnlitj; l o reuse tortured muscles. Two years ago last .summer rian- ' cy became ill. slowly at fir.sl, her li'K stiffened; she fell and could- nt get up; a"l at once her entire . body seemed painfully rigid. By the time the doctor reached her, she couldn't bend her head enough ; to take a drink or water. ' Fo r the first three weeks of her tuny -viep.e. shn was quarantined in the special polio ward at Louisville's Genera] Hospital. Gradually the lott" processes of rc-cdiuat- ing Nancy's muscles had its cf- Irct. Her own (rlencllincss and cooperative spirit "contributed to her recovery. Nancy entered into the spirit of the treatment so much, her nvoth- Tlicre' |>iclLirt< t" Iran- nf paralysis In r Nancv rliitnh]|; t<tward cuticia. Ilitt. shn si 111 gpU k'al lhera|>y Ire.ilJiH'til.^ Irnm Irene \V. Scha|>(-r ^l)l'l'^^^ ^ ). Senate Committee Ohayr, Two Major Appointments WASiUNCiTON, Jan. 1(1 -<UI') 'hc Senate IMielisn lid il Inns NERVOUS On 'CERTAIN DAYS' of Monllil WORLD'S GREATEST NEGRO IN PERSON SAVOY THEATRE Ash Si. m.vihoville. Art. Fri. 9 p.m., Sot. 8 & 10 p.m. JAN. 10-11 "*. i ifiriri...... er says, that "she'd doll •hot pucks' and 'phyr.lral therapy' CARLOAD ELECTROLUX REFRIGERATORS JUST RECEIVED! COMBINATION KEROSENE — ELECTRIC OPPORTUNITY BUY V/aifing for a new refrigerator hasn't been easy for most of us . . . but it isn't necessary any longer. Here ot Dixieland we have a whole carload of those new Elcctrolux combination kerosene- electric refrigerators. They'll go fast since they're adaptable to cither farm or to the city, so hurry up and get yours now! i k ' ••• i i i i i ' . uncn nn\r'., r.,^ 11* ".n Oi 1 -'^;*n Mfon end tovy lo cii;rT'. TI,. C v'•'v'l •* 11 L* *•'t rnf, '.'.\\.\r. D SE ELLIS POOLE, Owner and Manager Highway 01 North at Holland, Missouri SELLING! 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