U.S. At War: YOU'RE ALMOST BEHIND THE PLOW

Here, in John Bull's tight little isle, where every available hand and bit of soil is producing food, U.S. and British troops are planting a cabbage patch. U.S. soldiers not yet abroad need not grin — they may soon be doing the same. Last week President Roosevelt said he did not see why troops in this country could not be furloughed to help out on labor-stripped farms.

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