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April 22, 1944 - Image 6

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The Michigan Daily, 1944-04-22

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IF I had known that some Americans would be using
pockets to hold all the extra money they're making these
days,I never would have invented them.

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pOCKETs are good places to keep hands warm
Pockets are good places to hold keys .. and loose
change for carfare and newspapers.
But pockets are no place -for any kind of muoney
except actual expense money these days.
The place-the only place-for money above living
expenses is in War Bonds.
Bonds buy bullets for soldiers.
Bonds buy security for your 01(1 age.

Bonds buy education for your kids.
Bonds buy things you'll need later--that you can't
buy now.
Bonds buy peace of mind -knowing that your
money is in the fight.
Reach into the pocket I invented. Tfake out all that
extra cash. Invest it in interest-bearing War Bonds.
You'll make me very happy if you do.
You'll be happy too.

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ALEXANDER DRUG STORE
727 North University
ANN ARBOR FUEL CO.
214 East Madison
CALINS-.JfFTCHEFRfDRUG ~CO.

MARSHALL'S DRUG STORE
235 South State
MAYFAIR SHOP
116 South Main
PECKS. DlRUG S'TORE

COLLINS SHOPPE
600 East Liberty
CRA/NDELL DRUG STORE
1 102 Broadway
Intl KATTIArrHol I hYWA , te CANk

FI EGEL'S MEN'S & BOYS' CLOTH ING
322 South Main
HELEN PO LHEMUS HAT SHOP
324 South State

STAE B & DRAY
309 South Main
STEEB'S MARKET
551 South Division

L. A. TOWNLEY GROCERY
1123 South University
A. H. TURNER, GROCERY
702 Dewey
VAN ROVEN. INC.

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