Business: First Punishment

The first priority violator to be caught (TIME, Oct. 20) received its punishment last week. The victim: Chicago's Central Pattern and Foundry Co., found guilty of using its priority rating to buy illegally 6,075 Ib. of aluminum scrap from Milwaukee Scrap Metal Co., 19,530 Ib. from Brodey Brothers; and of illegally selling for non-defense uses 2,739 Ib. of aluminum to Farnsworth Telephone & Radio Co. (jukebox castings), 8,787 Ib. to 0. D. Jennings Co. (coin machines), 17,199 Ib. to Mills Novelty Co. (coin machines), 5,613 Ib. to Haywood Wakefield Co. (railroad-coach seat parts), 3,962 Ib. to Eastman Kodak Co. (Kodak parts),...

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