Junkers Leave Graveyard

“In the 60-day campaign for a 100 per cent turnover of inventories on hand May 1, auto graveyards in Scioto county started with 4228 cars on hand and sent 388 junkers to steel mills, providing enough scrap for 1,462 2000-pound aerial bombs or 14,460 .50-caliber machine guns, it was announced Saturday by Edgar J Arnstine, district chief of WPB’s auto graveyard section.1

  1. Junkers Leave Graveyard. (1942, July 26). Portsmouth Times, p. 4.