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__H'KUjNBSDAV, FKBKUAUY 21, 1945 Navy Secretary Submits Report Nation's Postwar Navy Must Be Kept Large, Forrestal Declares WASHINGTON, Feb. 21 (UP) — Secretary of (ho Navy Forrcstal rm s handed In his first animal report on the fleet. to President Roosevelt— :< report which tells of past action and future plans of the greatest nniiiutii alioat. Those future plans arc not de- Uilcd, but Porrestal says the United Slates must keep a big Navy nrtei- the war i 0 gm lrnn i CD lhc peace. And at the riyht time says the Navy secretary, he W lll present for Mr. Uooscvelfs consideration tlie Navy's idea of what the post-war licet should be like. As for past action, the report covers 1944 bill contains little reference to actual fishtint! done by tlie Navy. The copy made public was censored to keep information from tlie enemy. Bui In the nicnntimc, says the report, the United Stales plans to muld more ships in 1945, IUIQ and 1047, first to prepare for heavier losses as the Navy approaches Japan, and second, to maintain and increase the tremendous margin the Navy now lias, nils margin has enabled it to deal Wows at tl,e Jap- Wife Of Flier Who Died In Italy To Co Overseas Mrs. James Ney Hunt of Blv- thevillc and CarulhcrsviUa Mo -soon will go overseas to serve as staff assistant and fii-ld worker with the American Red Cross after having recently been accepted for that work thnugh. the «! i-ouis office. She will report lo Washington D- C., March 5 for n training period of I.-.TO weeks after which she will receive assignment to some combat area and will Ire outfitted find equipped for at least Hv 0 vears overseas service. She already has expressed her wish to be sent to the Italian war zone where she plans to visit ihe Brave of her husband, Lieutenant Hunt, killed in action inst ]<vbru- ai-y in that theater of war. Since the death or her husband Mrs. Hunt has divided her time Arkansas Briefs LITTLE KOCK-Burns suffered In tin explosion al his Marlanmi home Sunday have riesulttd in the death of 43-year-old James K. Cobl). The explosion resulted when C'obb used Iraclor fuel to start a lire, lie died at a Little Hock hospital Monday. I.ITT1.K HOCK—The annual convention of the Arkansas Chiropractic Association litu b«n cancelled. The association's cv- cnillvc board voted lo cancel the )!)>5 meethiB during a session at l.illle Rock Monday. The convention was to be held at Little Kock April 18(h and JStli. HELKNA—The Federal Bureau of Investigation announrr.s that six employes of Ihe United Stales government have teen arrested in connection with the theft of government-owned tools. Special Ajtcnl It, S. Suran says Ilic tools were stolen from Ilic Helena Thoiii|isciii-I{oI)Miis Field where (lie men were employed lo service planes. LITTLE KOCK.-Thc Arkansas Highway Department will receive bids March Isl for construction of some eiRhl miles of timber access mid in While and Cleburne Counties. This was announced by Highway Director .1. C. Baker. NASHVILLE — Forty-year-old Alfred I'oirell of Nashville was killed when the oil truck he was driving overturned two miles north of Nashville Monday nieht. The bi£ truck turned over four times after side-swiping another truck. CAMP ROBINSON—Col. G. C. Graliam, Camp Itobinsbu commander, announces that the 382nd Station Hospital has moved into Camp Robinson. The hospital unit has been stationed at Camp Darkclcy, Texas. The organization, commanded by Lieut. Col. finorge It. Dawson, comprises a 500-bed hospital. Gl's Bulldog Regular Passenger Aboard Bus "Chum." a bull-dog belonging to Corp. Mike Frr. former Bli-tlie- viile Army Air Field photographer, hasn't, ended his association with between her mother's norns iu Ca- nithersviile, and the Hunt heme in • Blythevllle, where she assisted Mr. Hunt in cnring for his extensive farming and ginning interests. British To See Japan Defeated Americans Assured England Won't Quit Until Job's Done WASHINGTON, Feb. 21. (Ul>> — The United States had new USMU-- nnce last nlelit tliat its ally, liri- tntn, will stand by it throuiih Ihe Pacific war. Prime Minister Cluircliill hns pledecd anew that ilritnln will throw everylhlne It has at the Japs once Germany IB beaten. Cluircliill made the promise at Alexandria. E^ypt, lust week, where lie conform! with President Roosevelt foilowiny the Big Three mcctins. The While House explained yc-s- lertlay Unit the second purity 'was necessary because Kussia | s ,i o( ,„ war with Japan, lint Washinalnn observers ray lids does not eliminate the possibility that, iinssia will some day join the Unlit ayainst the Japanese. Although President Roosevelt's whereabouts were not known lust nijjhl, Churchill and Foreign Secretary Eden made their lirst 1111- pcnrmico In l>arlJament yesterday since the Crimea confcreiicc Tliev were greeted with loud and prolonged applause. Commons will de- hale on the conference next week BLYTIITOLE COUHIER NEWS the army Just because his masler has shipped to another field. Now a re-ii!eril of Blythevllle, where h c lives with Mike's moth- er-ln- ««-, "chnm" strolls down to the Airways BUS station eachuiorn- . He spends the rest of the day vis- Ing acquaintances in the Px and fie mess hall, (hen trots over lo H| C n bU V loi> for hls " ric bnck lo Blythevllle e.ich evening. TERM1NIX TERMINATES TERMITES Don't rely on makeshift methods of termite control. I.ct Ihe world's largest termite control organization protect you against costly damage. Free inspections on request. BRUCE TERMIN1X CO. Licensee of E. L. Bruce Co MEMPHIS SINCE 1927 Election Suit Advanced, Set For Submission _ LITTLE UOCK, Feb. 21, <UP>- Dii' Slute Supreme Court Monday ndvanceil aiul set for siibuiKslon next Monday the dectiun contest Mill, filed by Sum Wusscll, misiie- i-ossiu! cniidlitiue for mayor in last Mill's election. The tribunal in mlninehif mid ordering the M ,u \ if f wf n om ._ I'Hlfil Ilic objections of Jacl; Holt, altornoy representiiiB Dan Sprh-k, (he .successful cinidld.ite. 'Hie court i;nvo no reason for Its action. iiM-Tlt. boatou by nil voli-s for the nomination, seeks lo <nicsf!on tin' Ipmimy of „ number of votes CUM tor his opponent. '11'c suit was started in iho Pn- aski circuit Court wliero (he lire- sldtiijr jiiclui.' tvlusxl t(i nccept (ho U-Mlmniiy of a prliieliml wltnefs for WtiKsell mid r.-tcrnd tl'.c case to the hlKlicr court. Cantthersvillc Soldier Hold Prisoner By Nazis CAHUTilKttSVIM.K Mo.. Fob 20 —Pvl. llr-i-uian Ore™, listed us missing In acltun since Nov. 20 now Is revealed lo bo a prisoner "of war In Germany, according lo n mc.ss- apc ivci'ivi'd lust wee);' by Ills will-, formerly of CanitlicrjiviDe. but who now Is employed in SI. Louis. A postcard dated Dec. 21, 1D4-I, I'M l>wlni;.n Gorinnn prisoner of Wl jr I'limp address, hus bocn rc- «'i«'d by Mrs, cireen from hcrhus. " ! »Hl, Iu which hi. told hev he still «ns unfilled lo the hospital but »«s "doing fine." A ronm-i- employee of Ihe Homo "I * (las Cumininy, I'rivulcGreen «"s tudncled Into the Army hi '>1»H ol last year, ami went nver- ''i "" " lf """'y "" ll u» Sept. GIANTS STUDYING DATTiS NKW YORK - John V. Mara, D I'SldflU O f ,[,(, Nl , w y<)1 , k c . lu|l(s «l Ihu Niilional Football Lcnulie, Is »'tiilylii B dates available next full wioiv coii.sldwhif Idling u>,, I'ronUyn Timers piny In Yankee •Stadium, WAHNINO 1 'lie Clisiii-cry Cinirl, ChU-lta sawlia IHslrid, Mississippi County. Arkansas.. •>• I 1 '. llralon, I'liilnim, vs - No. 0010 t'l 1 Anna Healon, Defeiidiuit The defendont, Sue Annii Healon, s hereby warned to appear wltliln i nny day.v In 'the court named In ihe caiillou hereof mul answer t complaint of the plalutill J K ji.> ton. IJalod Ihls 20 day ot l-'eb,, loir, JIAUVIiY MORRIS, del u. C. Meadows, Ally, for 1'K. -. F. C(io|ier, Ally, nd l.item. February W, !!<15 (cnu .if the Ciiiin- wry Comt for Ihe Clilrkasawba l)l s - Irlct ot Mississippi Comity, Arknn- sus In Ihe fullowliiK inmiiTii to-Hit• No, IfiSO I'liuil Settlement ot \V I, lloren, Administrator ol J A ij.u-.' din, Kstnle. No. 15'iu Hnnl Kitllleiui'nl u f \\ \\ llolden, Atliiilni.sli'iitor of Cieoii-e l.yle, Kslnle, No. I:M(| riiml Keltletnent of \vin- nle Pierce, fiiiiirdbn DI .limmie 1'lerce. No. M.|!> l-'lnnl SelHenii'iU of Rally O. Klllotl, (iuardlun of Cliarlnile A. AiliLins. No, irioa Annual iti'|,»it ,,f j,. I-'ni'i', CUuudliin of lli'tly i, ))(', No. ISL'U Final Keltlciiiiiiii oi'Vvi'-' cy A. WrlRht. (.iiiiirdlnn ol Molly Ann Indium No. 1192 MM! and l'i, M \ Airiiuiit ol la-il Kiel-man, Kxeculoi-ol Kslide (if Ollie K, I-'Iccnian, Deceased No. !, r )7-l Account Current of OIIU'c W. Mike, AdmhiistriUrlx of isitilc of C.aljrlel Mike, Jr.. Deceased, All pnr|le.i Inlcrested In tha ntove matters will hereby take notice Unit Kc'ttlcmeiils are on lilc in tlie Courtly and Probate Clerk's Office «nd ure subject to Inspection by nny In- Ineslcil pnrllrs. ^Daled Ilils aoih clay of Fcbm.iry, T. W. I'OTJ'Hn, F KI:TTM;MI;NT ADMlMSTHATOItS, CUAIll) ANS AND CllKATOUS. 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