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MARCH 25, 1943

Ham­burg’s Com­mu­nity Honor Roll was un­veiled and ded­i­cated at an im­pres­sive cer­e­mony held in Ar­mory Hall, North Third Street, last Sun­day af­ter­noon.

Ra­tioning of meats, but­ter and other ed­i­ble fats and oils, cheese and canned fish will be in­au­gu­rated in the United States on Mon­day; just four weeks af­ter the na­tion’s thirty mil­lion housewives be­gan buy­ing canned goods and other pro­cessed foods on the point sys­tem. No con­sumer regis­tra­tion will be nec­es­sary as the Red Stamps in War Ra­tion Book Two will be used.

John B. Smith, chair­man of the Ro­tary Club meet­ing last week, had Mrs. Mar­garet Mem­mert, of the State Depart­ment of La­bor and In­dus­try, and Sgt. Har­vey L. Fis­ter, who was home on fur­lough from Hawaii as his speak­ers.

PFC Earl W. Krommes son of Mr. and Mrs. Moses D. Krommes, of Ham­burg R1, has in­formed his par­ent so his safe ar­rival I Africa.

“Yan­kee Doo­dle Dandy” star­ring Jimmy Cag­ney and Joan Les­lie will be fea­tured March 27 at the Strand.

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