U.S. At War: Unpopularity Contest

The long July days, with the fish jumping and the beaches cool, made the hard lot of the OPA inspector that much harder. Up & down the land, OPAsters found themselves as unpopular as prohibition agents once were.

> In Colorado, two inspectors dressed as fishermen visited Gunnison, checked up on the automobiles at trout streams, made the mistake of leaving their own car unguarded while they ate in a Gunnison restaurant. They departed with 1) severe intestinal disturbances presumably caused by doped food, 2) an automobile damaged ($200 worth) by sugar dropped in the gas tank.

> In Connecticut, the Rev....

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