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Prul Thompson Here's a stimulus to keep on digging when war garden enthusiasm wears off a bit! For Albert Brunswick, fourteen, grew $122.40 worth of lettuce and tomatoes in a 30 by 90 patch of Cincinnati backyard and had a bully time doing it

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In fact the farm horse's days are numbered, for the tractor is the man-of-all-work on American farms nowadays. It can plow, harrow, seed and cultivate, do all the heavy hauling, and even entertain the summer boarders by a hay ride

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Central News War has its picturesque and pleasant phases. The Gleanersby Millet repeated in the fields of northern France, where a couple of Canadian Tommies are strengthening the entente cordialeand incidentally helping finish of the harvesting

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© International Film THE WAR IN NEW YORK War against food shortage, against high prices, and even against starvation. Sure I was in the food riots,said one old woman typical of the East Side army of women who bombarded the New York City Hall to beg for food. The wcy prices is, the kids ain't had a square meal in our house for a month. It's funny that if a couple of us was to go off sailin' on a ship three thousand miles away the Gover'ment would get awful excited about any one botherin' us, but thousands of us can be starvin' right here in New York and the Gover' ment never bats an eye.At the right is "Sweet Marie: Marie Ganz, labor organizer and leader in the food riots

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