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January 16, 1945 - Image 6

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The Michigan Daily, 1945-01-16

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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You don't do it with hay, brother!
It costs 86,000 good hard American dollars to lay a smoke
screen on a 20-mile beachhead for a single hour.
Worth it?
What would you think if you knew your life depended on
reaching that beach without being spotted by the enemy?
You'd be mighty glad that - in this war - everything is
being done to give the American soldier the best possible

chance to live Ind win ... money no object.
You wouldn't have it otherwise, would you?
Then remember - you've got to do your part by buying
and holding War Bonds. Your dollars are needed to help lay
the smoke screen ... provide the "softening up" bombard-
ment ... flatten the deadly pill-boxes.
That's what your War Bond money does right now.
And in the future it will do still more... both for you and

for your Country. War Bonds are your safest, and smartest,
investment. In ten years, they'll bring you back four dollars
for every three you put in. And that money will mean pur-
chasing power ... for you. It'll mean jobs and a healthier
economy in America.
So buy more Bonds than you've been buying. Buy more
than you think you can afford.
They help toward a quicker Victory...and a happier peace-
time for you.

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ADAMS ANTIQUE SHOP
215 N. Fourth Ave.
ANN ARBOR BEAUTY SHOP
113 S. Main St.
CAMPUS BEAUTY SHOP
711 N. University
CHELSEA FLOWER SHOP

DIXIE SHOPS INC.
224 S. Main
FIEGEL'S MEN'S & BOYS' CLOTHING
322 S. Main
FINGERLE LUMBER CO.
617 S. 5th Ave.
FRANCISCO & BOYCE PHOTO CO.

KLINE'S DEPT. STORE
306 S. Main
LYNN'S BEAUTY SHOP
1209 S. University
MAST SHOE STORE
121 S. Main
NAGLER'S FUR SHOP

NIELSEN GREENHOUSES
1021 Maiden Ln.
OLD KENTUCKY GIFT SHOP
5426 Plymouth Rd.
THE PAINT POT
320 E. Liberty
RUTH'S BEAUTY SHOPPE

SANFORD-BLACK STUDIO
4 Kresge Bldg.
SWISS GARMENT CLEANING CO.
210 S. Fifth Ave.
TINKER & CO.
613 E. William
VAN BOVEN INC.
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