Vineyard Gazette
The setting up of tire-rationing boards in Island towns this week brings the war yet nearer to the Vineyard.
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Rationing
Vineyard Gazette
The Civilian Defense organization of Oak Bluffs, headed by Dr. Francis C.
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Blackouts
Vineyard Gazette
Announcement has been made of the acquisition of 683 acres of land on the state reservation near West Tisbury by the federal government for an air field.
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Naval Auxiliary Air Facility
Martha's Vineyard Airport
Vineyard Gazette
Statistics released last night by Arthur B.
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Rationing
Vineyard Gazette
Edgartown, its ears unconsciously expectant of the crash of bombs, had a thrilling experience Monday morn­ing when the quiet June air was blasted by what sounded like nothing less than a fleet of
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PT Boats
Vineyard Gazette
Martha’s Vineyard is going to see soldiers, and many of them, during the next two or three weeks.  
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Vineyard Gazette
After eighty-four consecutive years of existence the Dukes County Agricultural fair will be discontinued, for this year at least.
Agricultural Fair
Martha's Vineyard Agricultural Society
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Vineyard Gazette
The Naushon, pride of the Island Fleet of steamers, yesterday took her last look at the Island which she has served since she was built in 1929.
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Naushon
Steamships and Ferries
Vineyard Gazette
One of three PT boat of the United States Navy, leaving Edgartown har­bor yesterday afternoon, dropped a live depth charge loaded with TNT in the outer harbor and the charge failed to explode.
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PT Boats
Edgartown selectmen
Vineyard Gazette
The steamer New Bedford of the New Bedford, Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket Steamboat Line, is being requisitioned by the government as of noon today.
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Steamships and Ferries
Vineyard Gazette
Edgartown was invaded at about supper time last Friday by a force whose numbers are not accurately known, but which many believe to have been large as the year-round popu
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Vineyard Gazette
Four men of the Engineer Amphibian Command lost their lives in the boiling and racing currents in back of Skiff's Island, off the South Shore of the Vineyard, before dayl
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