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"I think the farmer, as well as the person in town, are very concerned about that [pollution]. Nobody wants to contaminate. Nobody wants to ruin our undeground water. I think they – Nobody understands that big lake that's down there. But they like it, and they want to keep it just like it is. So, again, it's kind of an emotional issue. I don't think it should be, 'Them against us,' or anything like that. I think everybody's very interested, we just need good advice. You know, what do we do to keep from contaminating our water supply?"

Kelly Holthus on Water Contamination

   

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Pearl Harbor
Effect of the War
War to a 10-year-old
Rationing
Bomber Crash
School Consolidation
Electrification
Television
Baseball
Wartime Labor Shortage
POWs
Postwar Boom
Banking in the 40s
Cash Flow Lending Now
Importance of Irrigation
Split Brakes
Victory Gardens
DDT