War ration book five


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    Not used. Motivational statements: "Check OPA ceiling prices - everytime you buy", "Rationing protects your fair share", "Buy no-point ... low-point foods", "If prices go up your dollars will buy less", "Never pay more than OPA ceiling prices", "Food fights for freedom - share and play square", "Report overcharges to your ration board", "Always pay ration stamps for rationed goods", "WITH THESE RATION STAMPS YOU GET YOUR FAIR SHARE, and leave a fair share for others. War and its effects leave civilians less food and goods than we would like to buy. Rationing is a means of dividing civilian supplies so that each of us gets a fair portion. Do your part toward making rationing work. Always pay your ration points in full."
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