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Before the war, Joe was studying architec-
But Joe's last sight on earth was the blind-
ing flash of a Jap grenade.
After months of hospitalization, Joe's other
wounds have healed. But his eyes are gone for
Part of his present equipment is a pair
of dark glasses, and a cane to help him feel his
Should we add a box of pencils? And let
Joe try to eke out an existence selling them
on a street corner, or begging? Or does Joe
deserve a better life than that?
To train Joe for a real job, and real place in
the America he fought for, will take money.
Lots of money. There are many Joes who
need help. For there were over a million
American casualties in the war!
The debt we owe our wounded can never
be paid in full. But what can be done, must be
done-and it's up to us.
The Victory Loan is on now. The money
you lend (at interest) by buying Victory Bonds
will help to give our men the best medical care
in the world. Artificial limbs. Education and
training, to make them self-sufficient citizens.
And the money you lend will pay you back
four dollars, at maturity of "E" Bonds, for
every three you put in. That means a comfort-
able nest egg for you-a big step toward se-
curity and comfort in years to come.
Remembering what boys like Joe have
done for you, buy Bonds to the hilt! This is
the last time you'll be asked to buy extra
Bonds*'... to say "Thanks"in a very real way
for the Victory those boys won for us!
*Following the Victory Loan, the sale of E, F,
and G U. S. Savings Bonds will continue
through regular authorized agencies and
through the Payroll Savings Plan.
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For the last time, America Buy extra
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