The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 3, 1950 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, October 3, 1950
Page 7
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BLYTHEYILLE (ARK,) OOUTIIWI HBW» 'DO Symbol to Push Defense Goods Ahead of Civil Needs Corp* >fft-A4«vff»g Cab/*' VOftT UOMUOUTH, fc. J., Oei. I. •>—* military fi«M wlrt that can * laid at »pe*d* "up to ]20 miles »n hoi* ku been ui«! tucctwiully )»kes. cli»«,, «rid other obstacle* By STEItl.lNG r. GKCEN «• WASHINGTON, pet. 3. (&t r- A •Imple. Ironclad priority system was imposed on industry today' us • bottleneck-buster for the 130,000,000,000-a-year defense program. With this action, the National Production'Authority <NPA) tell It had provided lh« basic kit of tools nteded U> keep the defense production drive In Wgh gear desplt* pros- mfiin shortages. / •• : ^ single priority rating—Idenll- (itd by the ijrnbol "DO," for "defense order"—will give military contracts let by the armed forces or the Atomic Energy Commission the right of way In any defense plant. The NPA regulation, announced bi Administrator.William H. Harrison last night; reoulres every company to accept "DO" orders and make delivery on time. Civilian »orlc must be sidetracked If neces- urjv 'Officials said thjy knew of no delays on munitions work thus far. But shortages of steel, copper, alum- •inum and other vital materials arc expected to develop as the arms • prosri-m nicks lin sp»ed. DefenM Clven Flrtl Call "Our national defense effort has • lint call on the nation's resources.' .Harrison said in announcing the priority order. _,- « A manufacturer who receives ."DO" contract may serve the rating on his suppliers, to .obtain parts rav materials and accessories: and the subcontractors In turn may use It on their suppliers. , Companies which 'already hole military orders are expected to fl<k,d the Pentagon with'. request, .lor the rating In the next few days •Imply because it will Insure then against any future, breakdown ii the flow of materials. . ^ Tool-Kit Inclusion* > The production tool-kit now in '•••' M, Delens» 'loan guarantees, unde which producers may apply to fed eral reserve bank? 1 or branches to trie funds needed'to .awing* big con tract*, expand plants or buy new equipment. .Government Insurance ef these loans is provided. . ~ I. An inventory control order, b*rring the hoarding of key material* beyond normal, minimum working supplies. ,;3. Today's "NFA regulation No. I," giving the military top claim on Materials and plant capacity. , ' '4. A slowly emerging allocation '•jfatwn, under which-NPA will earmark eertaim tonnages of 'scarce materials for vital defense pro- ffami- • " ''• • * - Synthetic Rubber AHoc*iioo* tender the l*«t program, 11 lias been disclosed, NPA shortly will be- fin parceling but synthetic rubber to tire maker*, without, however, ("rde'rlng : the rationing "'of tire* to ' consumers. J '- -" ^ ' -- • • •. Also/ the Internal* -CotnVnerce Commission (• oonmiHlnc with' NPA "on the-anoeartoh'^Sf r st*«l -'ifo^'the building ot rattroad freight ear*, In Korea, th« Army Mrrwal Oorp* im\ounc«d her* yesterday.. . The wlr* wu developed at ilgntl corp* Uboratoridi her*. It can b« laid by airplane, or bT tulonaUc dispenser» flr»d Jrom a buoolu or rifle, , It can thu« b« run quickly ever and tlimlnatii Hi* r*?», laborious proe*a> ot laying wir* toy h*n4 V" motor vehicle, v . -,\ Mott- of tt>4 field torn grown In th* United Stales today Is of the yellow varieties; a couple .of .a«o- ades ago nearly half of It waj white. f«-*e««o*i M*yor BO6TOM, Oct. t. (AP)— Vorour Bo»t<m Mayor Jolin T, F)t*«»rald, > tXir.ociuUe l*ad*r for mor« than half a century, died list night in hi* Hotel Beltevu* «uit«. He wu COTTON LATE! PRICES GOOD! We Are Heavily Stocked and Must Unload! '. •"'.'• '"'•'"•"''' ' " • :.•.' .' . '< • • •, " ' Prices are advancing, but we are actually GUTTING PRICES! This may sound foolish to you but WE ARE OVERSTOCKED! FREE WRKCK VICTIM—Anthony Gordon, 39, of Chicago, wlne«s in pain as he L-s lilted from his wrecked nuto alter a crash on Highway 13 north of Marshfield, Wis. Gordon suffered shattered legs »rwl a broken wrist. His wife and two sons and another passenger wert aUo in< jured. The Gordons were returning from Thorp, Wis,, where thcjr attended the lunera! of a relative Jdlled in an auto accident. (AP Photo). Two Injured In Rail Crash PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 3. (ypj—A Reading Railroad spokesman said two crewmen were slightly injured tonight when one Baltimore <t Ohio freight train crashed into the rear of another B&O freight near Belle Meade, N. J. 1 The Reading spokesman said both trains were traveling from New York to Philadelphia on Reading tracks. The leading train was switching from track one to another and was struck trom the rear by the second freight before, it could complete th# switching operation. Arkansas Death Toll Reaches 6 The car shortage showed up when Korea-bound supplies began moving In Volume to-Pacific co»st port*. However, ICC said no priorities on freigfTt' ! or J passenger'transportation »pac« lar«'planned. 1 . CHI VI* Oct. 2-7,1950 B? the ArkaruaA 1 violent death loll tn tie week begun last Saturday has enched at lea^t ftx. A 45-year-old Mountain Home nan. Pete Kaslnger, was killed lien an automobile In which he •AS riding went out of ^control ind verturned on Highway 5 between fountain Home and the Arkansa*- VlissouTr Line MondayV Two com- >anlon.s wer« hurt; a third was un- njured. That wa» th« fourth tra((ic ta- ality of the week. There also has been a homicid* and an apparent iilctde. eniune « : Sour Mash is the Key to the abundant flavor of Old Fitzgerald . , . expreedy m«de for thoee who scorn the blandnew of modem {>re«ur*- cooked "wliiskie*™ in favor of the hearty of authentic Kentucky bourbon. BOB WILLS and His Texas Playboys playing fot all 12 <K/«O P«f/o:mofK«« FITZGERALD HOLLYWOOD THft Moon Distributing Co. l.lttte lUek, ST1TIIl-WtlH« DISTUtltT M. i m.. ii iV,, BEAUTIFUL 5-PIECE GROUP Specially Priced, As Shown 69 95 Heavy, spring filled, upholstered arms, good upholstery STUDIO COUCH - - - - 49.95 Vanity, bed and chest 3-PC. BEDROOM SUITE - 29.95 l-plece Bonnlewood POSTER BED SUITE - - - 69.95 4-pc. extra large vanity, bed, chest or chifforobe BLOND BEDROOM SUITE-99.95 Fine quality 50 4b. : COTTON MATTRESS - - - 9.95 Sleepytime . INNERSPRING MATTRESS 19.95 Simmons IRON BEDS - - - - - - 8.85 Roll-A-Woy BED AND MATTRESS - - 27.95 Spring Filled, Tapestry Upholstered ROCKERS - - - -; - 6.95 Extra fin* ipring filUd, R«y*n V«l*yr ROCKERS .- - - - - 9.95 Valour or Tapestry, Well built PLATFORM ROCKER - - 14.95 4 chroma chain, large whit* •nam*l. Ixt. TabU BREAKFAST SUITE - - - 29.95 Chronic Table & Chairs, any color 5 pc. BREAKFAST SUITE - - - 49.95 Fine size, built by Marsh KITCHEN CABINET - - - 39.95 5 burner Kero-Gas , OIL RANGE i - - - - 39.95 Florence-Table top OIL RANGE - - - - 99.95 Full Size, 6 eyes, worming closet COAL RANGE - - - - 49.95 Ho. 816 4-eye cast iron COOK STOVE - - - - 19.95 Polished top, 6 eye, all porcelain BALANCED RANGE - - • 69.95 All Used Furniture Must Go! Make Us an Offer! In our fine furniture department, we cannot quote prices on all of these Items, but again we say WE ARE HOT RAISING OUR PRICES IN THE FACE OF HEAVY WHOLESALE ADVANCES . . . however WE WILL REDUCE OUR PRICES FOR CASH! If our prices arc not right, tell us! WE MUST UNLOAD! HUBBARD & SON Furniture Phone 4409 BlythevilU

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