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Kingsport News (Newspaper) - October 14, 1942, Kingsport, Tennessee .OK PAPER YOU WILL FIND DAILY ASSOCIATED PRESS WIREPHOTOS AND THE WORLDWIDE NEWS OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS, WIDE WORLD NEWS, NEA, AMERICAN NEWSPAPER ALLIANCE, AND CHICAGO TRIBUNE-NEW YORK NEWS FEATURES. NO OTHER NEWSPAPER IN THIS AREA HAS ALL THESE. Weather in brief showers in east Occasional light rain Jfirrtle chang-- in temperature. KINGSPORT NEWS 'The Paper With The Pictures" VOL. I. NO. 87. KINGSPORT, TENN., WED., OCT. 14, 1942 8 PAGES. SCENTS. Slocks Stock Issues ad- vance, but numerous favorites on- changed or lower. shares traded. shares unchanged or slightly lower. II. S. TO REQUISITION HOUSES Eight o and Japs War Workers May Be Billited RATIONED NEXT Ships Wrecked Wreckage Left From Aleutians To Solomons Isles the tropic i of the Solomon Islands to ..illy shore; of the Ifahd States farces have dealt the i Ilipuitse enemy a terrific beating Ity'iHii, and air in the last six, IdijJ, it was revealed Tuesday night' Ilree communiques gave )jjj account of American on-! at both ends of the far-' Pacific battle front: I A tuk force of U. S. cruisers Ijtd destroyers waylaid an enemy to land troop reinforce- iBertj on Guadalcanal Island in the Igctoffions Sunday night and sank let HMD-ton heavy cruiser, four Idstroyers and a S.000-ton transport. unidentified U. S. destroyer Japs Lose Ships Snj and Marine Corps torpedo i and dive bombers, chasing Ifeteing remnants of the enemy day, badly damaged at IjBUsmore cruiser and probably Total enemy ship Ifcfcr these sea and air actions i !ix ships sunk, one probably tr.i one damaged. t week, on October 9, Marine fft.7! aircraft attacked two Jap IJjitcruisers and four destroyers in Solomons, damaged both r? and shot clown three sea- H. lleamvhile the enemy's sea- plane base Fit Rekata Bay was Kfllfd by N'p.vy and Marine Corps Japs Lose Tiodaya later, October 11, Army, ffay and Marine Corps fighter Jto intercepted a four-flight at- 3! 15 Jap tvmbers and fighters Guadalcanal, forced them to ijon their hnmbs in an open M and shot down eight bombers isd Zero fighters with a loss e.'or.iy uvo V. P. planes. About the time that victory was achieved in !hc air American Huir.es ash-w on Guadalcanal chr.chir.i: the res-.ilts of their Solons Seek To Lower Draft Age House May Pass Bill This Week, Declare Leaders Eight More Nazi Planes Bagged By RAF In Malta Five Tire Limit Per Car Is Set Motorists Must Use Coupons After November 9 Washington JP James F. At least workers must be Cairo (AP) Malta's defenders bagged eight more' Nazi planes today, bring a three-day total to 47 definitely destroyed and about 50 more so badly damaged that some i probably never regained their Sicilian bases. ._ ________________ Onlv six Snitfire of the RAF were downed in this Price Administration formally an- rents of all rental property through- :a program to convert and remodel umy SIX bpiuire pilots 01 tne KAV weie downed m tniS :no.jnccd Tllesdav that motorists out the nation, commercial as well !the housing can supply enough fam- Washington (AP) The government announced Tues- day it would lease privately-owned homes and buildings to house war workers, requisitioning the structures and billet- ing the workers in them if necessary. National Housing Administrator John B. Blandford said this step would be taken in addition to the new construction program now under way because demands for war hous- ing accomodatiors could not be supplied in time through new con- struction. Blandford said all the new hous- ing which could be built by June, 1943, either through public or pri- vate resources, could not possibly care for the new workers expected to be drawn into war pro- duction centers before that time. Byrnes Moves To Extend Rent Control accomodations. he said. Byrnes director of economic stab- cared for through existing housing, Washington JP The Office of ilization, Tuesday moved to control and experience has shown that only Washington JP With speed: reminiscent of that with which it! declared war last December struggle Over the tiny Sentinel island which has wou'lTbe "tires" per'as residential.' Germany, Italy and Japan, dd x sea.borne beginning next month, and at- At his request, Rep. Steagall I Blandford said the government gress went into high gear Tuesday Marsha" Rommers u the same time disclosed that regis- (D-Ala) introduced a bill offer to lease private homes to put 18 and 19-year-old boys into j "a'> 10 erating from secret bases in the tration for gasoline ration books.izing the stabilization of all rents, [which could be converted into army uniforms were rescued Dastern would start November 9 in the 31! thus supplementing existing law additional accomodations speedily i Responding to President Roose- t-owne" p.iois iwo were rtbmtu Ivelt's fireside chat, and to an ap- Don Whitehead former Associated Press correspondent at Knoxville, Tenn., has joined the AP staff of war correspondents in the Middle East. In his first dispatch October 12, he told of the United States' growing power branching from that war theatre. Whitehead, a native of Harlan, Ky., joined the AP in Memphis, Tenn. He was jrum Knoxville to the New York staff nearly two years ago. j pea! by Secretary of War Stimson '.that it help build up "with damage minimum delay the finest army the congressional leaders. disclosed plans to rush to House j from the sea. Only a few ties have been suffered and prop casual-! So OD5ervers concluded tonight; states where gasoline is now unra-, which authorizes only the control and with a minimum use of critical j .that the renewed onslaughts on: tioned. i of rents for housing in defense materials; (2) are located in dis- was described as! i Malta was still another attempt' _ n. i i areas ,vn that- and use the Every car owner in these states to remove that menace and use the ot Junkers 88 shorter Mediterranean supply route will be entitled, as in the rationed: Byrnes in a statement issued which were heavily escort-! by German and Italian fighters i between Sicily and Tripoli. passage this week Dv iianan iigriiers The intcnsified-Axis'aerial ,i ering the draft age from 20 years tions around Malta were accompa- plemental ratlons Wl11 be to 18 Announcing plans for hearings Wednesday and Thursday and a House vote Friday, .'or explosives, reports said tonight. fay and Rome radjo re. The island has been used so skil- j ports that the British are massing fully to impede the flow of supplies i forces for a n..-w attack in Egypt. to North.. Africa' that. the.. Axis. -At the same time-tbe-German- tricts within reasonable transpor- tation distance of war plants and where conversion is permissible un- 2Rnn rnilp? Tier lessinau reports from many i der zoning laws, fhan Eugallons per that landlords were demand- Vacant housM and those with a E rentais for grocery amount of unused space will restaurants and other types favored. Blandford said, n Inf'al hoards It had Some these increases, he :addjng that voluntary leasing would been disclosed that actual said' would amount to over P" be pushed to the limit, but 'if this, -ir the 31 states wouM be-'cent and would add greatly to the does not vield a. sufficient amount >cost of of necessary lioiisih'g' on "time, wa -R shall be forced to recommend the I Census Bu- compulsory use of available private, ;au reported Tuesday a survey through billeting, com- i ---------Radford Pulaski Va requisitioning kept out of combat until they have heavy attacks by the "Pink Ele-1 intended to pinch j rubber committee to save the rub- tfie week of September'revealed i'ar devices." had at least 12 months of training.' phant" lor.g-range bombers of the.the Axis forces in North Africa heron existing tires. Chairman May (D., Ky.) of the I cently diverted its shipping further Paris radio renewed ef- House military committee said the eastward where and Cretan forts to convince the French that legislation to be considered would, ports were used. I an Anglo-American assault on the j Nation-wide gasoline rationing i reau r rted uesd a provide that teen-age soldiers be i But there the Axis ships ran into French African empire is immi-i was recommended by the Baruch Southern Bloc Loses Poll Tax Fight In House phant" lor.g-range On the Senate side, Chairman United States Army Air forces both east and west. Reynolds (D., N. C.) of the military----------------------------------------------------------------------------- affairs committee said he agreed with President Roosevelt that low-, ering of the draft age was in-' evitab'.e. Although Reynolds at i first estimated that Senate hear- j might take four or five weeks.; he later expressed hope that action j might be obtained much sooner.! For his part, he said, he was ready j to vote tomorrow. Some senators, notably Var.den- German Attacks On Huge Volga City Dies Down Again r.g tires. vacancy rate in housing of1 Henderson said issuance of ration 3 j per cent books would be contingent on these The surve'y made at the request! two-provisions: :of the National Housing Agency, car owner must swear the rental vacancy rate in has no more than five tires. two communities was 0.7 per 2-He must agree to periodic in- centi the remaining 0.5 per cent vacancies were listed as not, for rent. spection of his tires. These provisions also will be ex- i tended to the east, i those 17 states, motor Although ists will noti b'erg (R., said there was j considerable "public anxiety" over attacks onl the Stalingrad front died down again Tuesday and the Soviet mid-! Caucasus and along the Black Sea. In contrast to the low vacancy tne report said, a substantial have to register again for gasoline number of the occupied dwellings books. They will be asked to room for additional units were Washington JP A 'reports that the army might be j night communique said Red up to ten to thirteen had recaptured a street; measure men and exprcsssed hope that the given up the previous day and i ply data the number of tires they own. Procedure Outlined Cartridge Plant Workers Vote To End Strike Alton, 111 to a not occupied to a capacity of 'precedent-making directive issued by the War Labor Board, striking an workers of the sprawling Western persons a room. By filling these units to T assume we're going to pass centering around the issues of the consultation with his military and u fh'n istricted to local engagements. The .northwest front, betw---- with Rep. Colmer (D., Mi.s.) assai -1 the sooner we get it on the statute said ono unit of elite and Leningrad, where the Germans '-ions after they receive the BAMBONE'S MEDITATIONS By Alley CLOCKS A HOUR EfVHAlD 0' Su'N, FuT M080JJY
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