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February 27, 1943 - Image 6

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The Michigan Daily, 1943-02-27

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EAT, DRINK and BEMERRY...

have a good timc-you're not out behind a
gun with the ground trembling beneath you.
You're not on a battleship with death scream-
ing out of the sky all around you.
You're not in a trench, knee-deep in mud,
with a thousand rifle and machine-gun barrels
waiting for you.
Have a good time!
Order yourself a swell dinner tonight. A little
turtle soup with sherry to start, then a filet
mignon. And top it off with a coupe aux marrons.
Stock up on suits-there's going to be a
shortage. Use all the tricks you can think of to
get more than three gallons of gas a week for
yc :ar so you can go joy-riding on Sunday.
Gamble for a little more at bridge. Spend
your money like water. Inflation's here-bring

it on faster. What do you care if the world
goes to pot?
Eat, drink and be merry . . . and then try
looking yourself in the face in a mirror.
Mister, this is your war as well as the soldiers'
war. And if you think "life as usual" is doing
your bit . . . if you think that "getting by" is
awful patriotic . . then take yourself into a
dark room and think things over.
Ask yourself what you're doing to help win
this fracas. And ask yourself what more you
can do. And do it!
Above all, ask yourself if you're really buy-
ing enough War Bonds. And then buy more.

And if you can't find enough patriotic rCasons
to put 10% of your income into them, then
try these very personal reasons on yourself:
o .. War Bonds give you a systematic means
of saving money. Systematically is the only
way anybody ever saves.
2. War Bonds pay you 2.9% interest at
maturity-higher interest than any
other Government security being offered
today.
10 3. War Bonds will provide you with a
grand backlog for all the good things
tie post-war world will bring.
And if those reasons aren't enough, well-
why do you want to stay in thiS country anyuay?

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Hutzel's
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Quarry Drug
Radio & Record Shop

Rentschler's Studio
Robert's Hat Shop
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Slater's Bookstore
Swift's Drug Store
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Van Buren Shop
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