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November 18, 1945 - Image 8

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The Michigan Daily, 1945-11-18

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He hasn't forgotten.
We haven't forgotten, either, soldier.
Not you -or the hundreds of thousands of
other veterans who ;have sweated and bled and
given their hands, legs, eyes, minds-eyes, and
their lives-while we sat at home, cheering.
ON OCTOBER 29TH, the last-and the most
important-Bond drive yet made in this war
begins . .. the great Victory Loan.
Secretary of the Treasury Vinson has directed
a message to every firm in this city-just as he did

to u-ask ingfor co-operaxon In this--your chance
to say thanks to the boys who won this war.
He is asking labor and management, working
together, to contribute once more, as they have
done so successfully in the past, to the achieve-
ment of E Bond goals.
The only way this can be accomplished is
by accepting a definito ot -0-nd then meet-
ing it. Both the men and women on pay-
rolls and the plants themselves should accept
these quotas.
The great Victory Loan will help provide cash

for many purposes.
It will help raise the money to get our boys
home. It will help raise the money to give them
their mustering-out pay and veterans benefits-.
educational and all the rest.
It will help pay for war goods already used
and take care of contract terminations.
Most important, it will do everything
money can do to help patch up the broken
bodies and lives of men like this.
For this is the loan with a heart. Of all loans

in this war, it is the most human. It pays for heal-
in instead of killing-mercy instead of pain.
Can any businessman look a Victory Bond
salesman in the eye and say the Victory Loan is
less important than the others-or that he can-
not pledge his firm to meet the quota which the
Treasury asks him to accept?
W1 think not. And so we here sign our names
in plodge that we accept our quota and will do
everything in our power to meet it.
We kiw we can count on other Americans
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