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November 08, 1945 - Image 6

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The Michigan Daily, 1945-11-08

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Painted by Harold Anderson-Courtesy of American Oil'Company

T HE
Strf

cheers
eets. BU

die away and ticker-tape is gone from -the
it the grateful heart knows that the time to

If we don't show our gra'titude now by making the Victory
Loan the greatest bond drive success, we may be doing our-
selves, as well as our veterans, a harm as grievous as defeat.
If we run hog-wild with our money now, and unloose inflation

say thanks is just

beginning.

It knows

Victory

wasn't

given to us. It was paid
the lives of our boys.

for with the

hearts, the hopes and

on the land, the word

"Victory"

will mock us

to the end of

These we can never pay back.

But we can put a down-

payment on the future they anguished for. We can invest in

the tomorrows of those who come home.

We can pay for

our days.
Americans know this. We'll need no whooping or parades
to lure us to bond windows. We won't need movie-star kisses
or pleas from empty-sleeved heroes. But, in gratitude and with
humble thanks to those who brought us peace, we'll use our

the care of the

hundreds

of thousands now fighting

grimmest battles in service hospitals.

We can give

their
our
care

government the means of taking care of those who took
of our freedom.

money to buy a bright future for our boys and

for ourselves.

The
ti f P! i4! 9 ii

4m

"

fighting

-A

c

-in

gratitude

to our

men and

women

for a debt

we

can

never

repay

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