U.S. coffee drinkers thirsty for a second cup
were told last week by Franklin Roosevelt that they could have it.
Added he: soon there would be more sugar to put in it, too. On top of
this, Harold L. Ickes promised that civilian motorists in the East
would get more gasoline soon.
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