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March 06, 1920 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1920-03-06

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Ii,
FoodDrafts
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
is selling food. drafts under thee plan submitted by Herbert
Hoover, Chairman of the American Relief Administration.
American Relief Warehouses established in Warsawi,
Hamhurg, Vienna, Budapest and Prague, are now being
stocked with the following commodities: Flour, bacon,
beans; canned milk, corned beef, lard and cottonseed oil.
These food drafts may be purchased in denominations of
ten and fifty dollars by customers desiring to help individuals
in Poland, Germany, Austria, Hungary and Czecho-Slovakia.
The purchaser receives a food draft to be mailed to the
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person he desires to assist in one of the above named coun-
tries who will be entitled to receive on presentation of this
food draft at the nearest central warehouse the food ,desig-
nated in the draft. "There are two ten and two fifty dollar food
drafts designated to meet Christian requirements and Jew-
ish requirements.
This plan has the approval of our State Department and
that of each of the foreign countries concerned.
The European Governments will hold all contents of Am-
erican Relief Warehouses free from requisition and will as-
sist in transportation of all foods. Should any profit accrue
from the operations, it will be turned over to .the Children's
Fund. Those desiring to contribute to the General Relief of
any of the countries namted without designating any individ--

ual may purchase a draft and we will forward it to the Re-
lief Administration.
This is a constructive relief measure without the uneco-
nomical methods of sending food packages from here with-
out any assurance that they will ever reach their destination.
We are selling Foreign Exchange now on all Europe except Russia.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, $600,000.00
Northwest Corner Main and Huron Streets
and
707 North University Avenue

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