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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - October 29, 1946, Chester, Pennsylvania                              m m TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1916 CHESTER (PA.) TIMES CARNIVAL Russia Has Largest Army, United States is Fourth By Dick Turner Wwhinrton report on world .military strength said today that the Russian Army heads the list in size and that forces of the United States and Yugoslavia run fourth and fifth, respectively. Strength of the Russian Army was reoorted to be around three million Its peak World War II was estimated at twenty persons, strength, million. Of the four other big world powers, China was said to come next with about two million seven hundred thousand regulars. Great Britain has about one million flve hundred thou- sand. The United States one million, 100 thousand and Prance, with an estimated The report added that "one of the largest armies of today Is main- tained bv Yugoslavia, who is re- ported to'have nearly persons in her army of which ten per cent were compiled for of Internal trouble. Prance is still in the process of reorganizing her army, and Russia is reported to be increasing her military strength, but so far that Is hearsay." It was observed In the article that "Russia is said to have a potential military strength of some persons." No information is available on the Russian Air Force. Russia was reported to have had 4000 planes when the war started. That country's navy consists of only three battle- ships and smaller craft. It was said that France eventually will have men for the United Nations force: lor the army; for the air force and for the navy. She also has 1000 planes, all of which were given her are 'women." These figures that China had men in service use in forthcoming edition of the now_ service publication, "Armored Cav- alry Journal." Maj. Hal D. Steward, author of the copyrighted "Report on Armies of the authorized advance re- lease of the material. In estimating size of Russia's Army, the article said: "It is widely known that Russia maintains extreme secrecy about the strength of the Russian Army however, from information available a rough idea of the size of the Rus- sian Army can be given." It -was pointed out that both Great Britain and the United States are following the same policy of trying to. build a volunteer army of about one million men by July 1, 1347. "China, of course, is maintaining an army of large strength because by the United States. In pointing out about six million during the war, the report said it is estimated that Communist China has nearly a million men in service With Our Service Men Vaul J. Wenifcr, S son of Mr. and Mr.s. Roy Wtnger, of Bortondalc, enlisted in the Navy last March and received his training at the Great Lakes Naval Training Station. After serving as a inem- DAILY 9 FRIDAY 9, SATURDAY !o eiiiiiBUiuiiiiiiiiiwiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiniffliiniumij Stern's is everybody's housewares headquarters in seven great cities When you think of household needs, you naturally think of Stern's for Stern's complete housewares departments have 1 everything you need (at usual low prices) for a more efficient modern home. IwiiiimiiiiiwiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiwiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiNitmiiw 'WHAT THIS IS S CENT AIR MAIL'i VM if regularly "Jaywiilkcrs, light-jumpers, careless certainly envy you the vif-w' from your place, FREIHOFER'S In Wrapper... At YMV Croctr's KIDNEYS MUST REMOVE EXCESS ACIDS Help 15 of Kidney Flush Out Poisonous If yon havean of acids !n yourbTood, "your 16 of kidntv tubes may over- worked. 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He Is stationed at Fort Lewis, Wash. rfc. James G. Aiiam.s, 1828 Har- ris street, Qutnton H. llrnwn, 400 Central avenue, and Cpl. Robert Jackson, 608 Pearl place, this city, members of the 350th Regiment of the 88th Infantry Division, partici- pated in a ceremony recently at Caserta, Italy, in commemoration of the Joint occupation of the iwlnce there by American and British units comprising Allied force headquar- ters, originally organized by Gen- eral Elsenhower. The occasion was the third anniversary of the capture of Cascrta Robert F. Linden, 20, SO USN, son of Lawrence E. Linden, 9 East Rolnnd road, Pnrkslde. has been assigned to the seaplane ten- der, TJSS Salisbury Sound. Undoni who reported to the vessel from the USS LSM 280, entered Naval Ser- vice Oct. 14, 1944, and received his recruit training at the Naval Train- Ing Center, Bainbrhlge, Md. The Salisbury Sound Is now serving with the Seventh Fleet on seaplane sup- ply and maintenance duty. NEURITIS PAINS LIKE AN ELECTRIC SHOCK TO A LOCAL WOMAN Just recently a middle-aged woman of this vicinity told us that she had suffered 3 years of torture with neuritic pains. She .said sht. felt like a sharp knife was bein gouged Into her muscles, and some- times these pains would strike hci like an electric shock. She said one could hardly stand it. Today this lady is again enjoying life, and she says the change is due to taking RHU-AID Her pains are gone now. No more feeling like a knife gouged into her muscles. She is en- tirely free of her misery, thanks to this remarkable compound. RHU-AID Ls the new liquid form- ula containing three valuable medi- cal ingredients. These Three Great Medicines, all blended into one. go right to the very cause of rheu- matic and neuritic aches and pains. Miserable people soon different all over. So don't go on suffering! Prospect Park Resident Gels Gold Star Award John Sixteenth a veil u Arena lly International News llarrisldirp S. Senator .Joseph GufTcy charges that a Republican victory "will mean the end of rent control, with .soaring rents and wholesale Altnuna Attorney General .lumes II. DuiT asserts that the; Communist party "has emerged from its political mole hills" to work openly Democratic nominees. 1'ottsville John S. Rico, Democratic gubernatorial nomi- nee, says the COP majority in the General Assembly "rocie rough-shod" over o (tempts to help the worker and returning veterans Kdwanl lin outline.1; a 10-point program designed to "retain our Amer- ican way of life" ami including a fight to curb bureaucracy, in- flation and government con- trols. Hiirrisbiirg Democratic State Coiiunitti'i' names legal committees In 67 counties for the avowed purpose of assur- ing an "honest election" in November. llurrlsburi; GOT Chairman iM. Uiirvt'y Taylor claims Pittsburgh Mayor David L. Lawrence intends to scuttle Senator Gulfey to become "un- disputed Democratic boss in Pennsylvania." MTFFEY SUES TWO OVER. 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