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It established a rationing system after the attack on Pearl Harbor on 7 December. The work of issuing ration books and exchanging used stamps for certificates was handled by some 5, local ration boards of mostly volunteer workers selected by local officials. Many levels of rationing went into effect. Some items, such as sugar, were distributed evenly based on the number of people in a household.
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Other items, like gasoline or fuel oil, were rationed only to those who could justify a need. Restaurant owners and other merchants were accorded more availability, but had to collect ration stamps to restock their supplies.
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In exchange for used ration stamps, ration boards delivered certificates to restaurants and merchants to authorize procurement of more products. Each ration stamp had a generic drawing of an airplane, gun, tank, aircraft carrier, ear of wheat, fruit, etc. Some stamps also had alphabetic lettering. The kind and amount of rationed commodities were not specified on most of the stamps and were not defined until later when local newspapers published, for example, that beginning on a specified date, one airplane stamp was required in addition to cash to buy one pair of shoes and one stamp number 30 from ration book four was required to buy 5 pounds 2.
The commodity amounts changed from time to time depending on availability. Red stamps were used to ration meat and butter, and blue stamps were used to ration processed foods. To enable making change for ration stamps, the government issued "red point" tokens to be given in change for red stamps, and "blue point" tokens in change for blue stamps.
The red and blue tokens were about the size of dimes 16 millimetres 0. There was a black market in stamps. To prevent this, the OPA ordered vendors not to accept stamps that they themselves did not tear out of books.
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Buyers, however, circumvented this by saying sometimes accurately, as the books were not well-made that the stamps had "fallen out. Most rationing restrictions ended in August of except for sugar rationing, which lasted until in some parts of the country. Tires were the first item to be rationed by the OPA, which ordered the temporary end of sales on 11 December while it created 7, unpaid, volunteer three-person tire ration boards around the country. By 5 January the boards were ready. Each received a monthly allotment of tires based on the number of local vehicle registrations, and allocated them to applicants based on OPA rules.
Although synthetic rubber had been invented before the war, it had been unable to compete with natural rubber commercially, so the US did not have enough manufacturing capacity at the start of the war to make synthetic rubber.
Throughout the war, rationing of gasoline was motivated by a desire to conserve rubber as much as by a desire to conserve gasoline. The War Production Board WPB ordered the temporary end of all civilian automobile sales on 1 January , leaving dealers with one half million unsold cars. Ration boards grew in size as they began evaluating automobile sales in February only certain professions, such as doctors and clergymen, qualified to purchase the remaining inventory of new automobiles , typewriters in March, and bicycles in May.