CIVIL FRONT: Something To Do

From millions of U.S. kitchens, attics, cellars, industrial nooks & crannies poured millions of pots & pans, kettles, hair curlers, meat cutters, ice-cream dippers, anything and everything made of aluminum. Just how much usable aluminum-for-defense was collected will not be known until the mountains of donated scrap are melted down. (None of it can be used in defense industry, but this scrap will release virgin aluminum that can be so used.) But long before the last pot had clattered into the last community bin, the drive had shown what happens when the...

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