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July 30, 1943 - Image 6

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Michigan Daily, 1943-07-30

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FRIDAY, JULY 38, 1943







FOR THOSE WHO FALL and freeze on the
lime-covered floors of the cattle carsr
that carry them to German labor camps--
there is no other choice.
For the litle children of Tepelini and
Salonika and Athens who wait with swollen
stomachs for the food ship that never arrive,
there is nothing else to do - but wait.
For the Russian peasant with no choice
but to barn -his home before the Nazis

reached'it; for the Chinese of Nanking who
suffered the terrorism of the Jap; for all of
those in nameless graves and numberless
cells - for all of them - there was no
second chance, no other choice.
But for you - a choice still remains. For
yon -- among all the peoples of the world,
the road to freedom is still clear.
Never before have we been able to meas-
4 ure the price of freedom for ourselves and

our children in such tangible terms. Will
you help to kecp the road to freedom open?
Will you invest - all you can - in War
It's not so much to ask. Many of us are
making more money than we have for years.
The things we'd like to buy with that
money are scarce--or unavailable. So, we're
asked to loan money at good interest-$4

for every $3 when the Bonds mature. Money
to help pay for the war-keep prices down
-provide peacetime jobs and peacetime
goods and a generally decent world for all
of us when the war is won.
Chances are you're already in the Payroll
Savings Plan-buying War Bonds-doing
your bit. But don't stop there. Raise your
sights! Do your best!

This ad subscribed to by the following patriotic merchants and individuals

Allenel Hotel
Ann Arbor Bank
Ann Arbor Cleaning and Supply Co.
Ann Arbor Trust Co.
Ball and Thrasher
Bill Sawyer and Band

Broadway Market
Campus Shop
Chter Roberts Gift Shop
Collins Shop
Eibler Jewelers
Elizabeth Dillon Shop
Follctt's Michigan Book Store
Fox Text and Awning-Co.
George's Place
Glen-Ann Shop
Hooglin Pie Shop
Holland Furnace Co.

Hutzel and Co., Plumbers
Kay-J ay'Shop
K i (er's Hatchery
Kline's Department Store
Kurtis Exterminator Co.
Mr. Paul R. Kempf
(Staebler & Kempf Oil Co.)
Mr. Warren F. Cook
.. Much lg Dry Goods
Poniac Varnish Co,
Prospect Market
Rechl's Cash Grocery

Remington Rand Inc.
/Schlanderer & Sons, Jewelers
Sears Roebuck & Co.
Slater's Book Store
State Savings Bank
The Van Buren Shoppe
Tinker & Co., Tailors
Ulrich's Book Store
Van Akkeren Knit Shop
Victor Allmendinger,
Piano Tuner and Technicion
Wahr's Book Store
Weave-Bac Repair Shop
White-Haines Optical Co.

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