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April 08, 1944 - Image 6

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The Michigan Daily, 1944-04-08

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At the top of every

War

Bond you

buy are these words:

/

"The United States promises to pay.0

Those

may not sound,

like
the

such

brave

words.

But

1ict/falli/

they are

hope of the

world!

T HEY ARE a promise by the country to its citizens, but also
a promise by the citizens to the country and to the people
of the world; a promise that obligations recognized and accepted
will be paid in full.
The millions of us who buy those Bonds, do proudly
and solemnly promise:
that partial victory shall not breed the kind of
weakening over-confidence which can rob us of complete

ble knowledge that they are small when set
sacrifices of our men who-are fighting;

beside the

o . . that we will not turn our backs on the rest of
the world after victory is won; but will reach out the hand
of friendship, and assume our proper share of responsi-
bility in seeing that freedom, equality, and orderly justice
become possible for all people, everywhere;
o.that neither our own fighting men nor any of
our allies shall be let down in any way whatsoever now,

victory;
that unity shall
differences;

or in the

hard-fighting

days to come, or in the peace

rise above

all squabbles, and

that will follow victory;#
. .a.that we, the people, will dig into our pockets,
purses, and savings to make the success of the War Bond
program a symbol of our determination.

... that this war shall be fought through to a
with all that we have and all that we are;
. . . that the sacrifices of today, and the larger
fices of tomorrow, shall be accepted willingly, in the

finish

sacri-
hum-

These things we subscribe to.
lieve in. These things we promise.

These things we be-

'R

BO

DS

to Have and to, Hold

ANN STREET GROCERY
929 E. Ann
BROADWAY MARKET
1027 8roadway

DEY STUDIO
332 S. State
ELIZABETH DILLON SHOPPE
309 S. State
FREEMAN & CO. FOOD MARKET
709 Packard

DANIEL C. HAAS
Choice Groceries
114 W. Liberty
HUME MARKET
810 Brown
HUTZEL

JEFFERSON GROCERY
411 East Jefferson
E. O. LOVELAND
2505 Dexter

MINER STREET GROCERY
614 Miner
F. J. MUEHLIG FUNERAL
CHAPEL INC.
South 4th Ave.

STRICKLAND BROS. GROCERS

STUHLMANN & GODFREY
Upholsterers
1818 Packard Rd.

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