U.S. At War: War Time Two-Time

The perennial gripe of the farmer against clocks which show anything but "God's Time" threatened, last week, to play hob with war production. Farmers protested against dark, early morning risings, said their cows were even more upset. A word to State legislatures was sufficient to set the rebellion rumbling. Georgia seceded from the nation's War Time schedule fortnight ago, turned clocks back an hour. Michigan set Feb. 15 for a shift back to Central Time, permitted cities to continue on War Time. Last week Ohio rushed a similar bill through both houses. Kansas and Oklahoma debated the change. The farm belt...

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