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Junk Needed for War, 1942
JUNK NEEDED FOR WAR
(Men in box) "What's it good for?"
"Guns, tanks, and maybe part of a plane"
In the barnyards and gullies of farms and in the basements
and attics of homes is a lot of Junk which is doing no good
where it is, but which is needed at once to help
smash the Japs and Nazis.
Scrap iron and steel, for example.
LOCAL SALVAGE COMMITTEE
Lee Harrison, Chairman, Phones: 19 and 720
Old News Stories
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