The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 16, 1950 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

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Thursday, November 16, 1950
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1«, 1§» 250,000 Men Through Draff Mill by January Mobilized Nor Completely Free From Duty in Korea . . WASHINGTON, Nov. . — Although 250,000 men will hive y|||ed through the new draft mill ^T^he end of next January, mobilized reservists »r« not yet completely free from possible, duty In Korea. l!xpl«Inini this, in »rmy official u!d: '• 'The Chinese trtd Korean Reds *re not fighting on our training schedules;" and 2. Even the first 50,000 wen drafted In September have not yet completed their M weeks of btiic training. The army asked the Selective Service System yesterday to provide 40,000 Inductees in January. This It Ihe same number Chat will be "rafted in December. but is 30,000 less than (he number being Induct ed this mouth. Calls Staled Down .The calls are being scaled down some, the army said. because existing training camps are limited 111 the nuinbci oj new men they can take care of until some of thr earlier draftees have finished train '"£ and can '.->e moved out to rt- place reservists. While this training I s going on the army has had to build up the fighting units In Korea to [ulJ combat strength, and at the same time replace battle casualties which liavr already amounted to about S.OO' 1 dead and missing plus some 18.0" wounded who hove not yet returi ed to duty. Also the training- of draftees re- « es a steady buildup In thr iber of soldier-instructors. ..Ithin a month after fi^htinp brake out in Korea, the army es limited 1 it would need at leas' 2-M.OOO men by next June 30 to push that fight and to start on a long range program aimed at forestalling possible Communis' tnreats in other parts of the world The army had 591.000 men am »'omen in uniform last June. " Draft to Continue Draft calls are expected to eon- ;nue. regardless of the progress of ne Korean War. This may tnakr it possible for the army to start olschargmg rescf-fsti next summer But military necessities, the arm narns,:-.govcrn policy in both call ing upland releasing reservists' Procedure. to be 'followed [or'tu- ture mobilization 'and discharge oi resm-ists has been set up by the Army,-: Navy and Afr Force. ThpVarmy announced Oct 28 'n pDmt-'credit system to determine which reservists, already mobilized would get L he first calls tor over seas toty. This system, geiier.ill. means that younger" 'reservists witless previous combat duly will gr il. However, some reservists with sidcrable combat experience e sent overseas because they possessed badly needed SP ecialled ii ,, ' 1E5t wi!1 c °"'»><Je to get M , ahMd of younger men- who saw little or no fighting | n wor | d war two, th; army said. » THE PROBATE COURT ro« C -I'KASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY ARKANSAS IN .THE MATTER OP THE . . NOTICE OF SALE Notice is hereby S iven thit as Administratrix of the ejtale O J o P. Blakemore, deceajed, t will on the Mth day of November, l«n at 10:00 o'clock A.M., at the South dcor of the Court House at Blylhe- ville. Arkansas, offer for sale at public' auction to the highest bidder. upon a credit of three (31 months the followln.; property belonging to the estatt of the deceased: 58 sharw of the capital jtock of.Hubbard Hardware Compa- hy. Inc. purchaser »t «ald sale will be re- •affred.to -ixecute Note with approved strung to aecure the purchuc price. This the Jlst day of Octobtr, 1950. : Jennie Blalcemore, Administratrix rhe first rlrclMS slsnal acro-s the Atlantic was picked up by "ir- coni at St. Johns. Nfld., in 1901. Be» ties constitute 5r c of the total tics mid« In the U.S. Straight ficntucky ' Bourbon in all its Glory! fJ67 $ **4/5qt. M riNf. Kmicin srwen TK »i M mmi* n. •LtmrrTLLB (A*K.V OOURTEH KTC Think Qf It Men... A Gabardine Suit And Topcoat Both At The Amazing Price Of 37.95 • • Actually, You Pay Less for Both Garments than You Norm ally Pay for the Suit Alone! The Ml $20 The Topcoat 1795 Full 16-oz. Sheen Gabardine Regs.-Longs-Shorts-Stouts 32-46 Dressy Single and Double Breast Models Expertly tailored - full drape styling Brown, Tan, Blue, Gray, Green • Lustrous New Fall Gabardine • In Smart Colors of Tan/Natural & Brown • Complete Size Range - 34 to 46 • Full Cut for Comfort & Style • Precision Tailored for Goo'd Looks tmolt for Alteration* HUDSON CLEANER - CLOTHIER - TAILOR Blythevtlk, Arkansas Steele, Missouri fxfro Trousers In All Models

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