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Tin can alley leads to victory. Save that tin can! Uncle Sam needs it. As vital as iron and steel to the war effort, reclaimed tin is used to make the bushings of airplane motors and machine-gun mounts, and for other war equipment. First step in preparing cans for your government is to remove both ends (or leave attached by no more than one-half inch).

Tin can alley leads to victory. Save that tin can! Uncle Sam needs it. As vital as iron and steel to the war effort, reclaimed tin is used to make the bushings of airplane motors and machine-gun mounts, and for other war equipment. First step in preparing cans for your government is to remove both ends (or leave attached by no more than one-half inch).

 
 

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