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August 25, 1944 - Image 10

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY RAY

FRIDAY.

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H ANS is a German. Four years ago, he felt the way
many of uis feel today. He thought the war was
ais good as won.
He had reason to think so. Far more reason than
we have. France wais-his, England was bloody after
Dunkerque. The German Army seemed invincible.
But the war wasn't almost over. And now it is our
armies that are on the march. It is our bombers blast-
ing German cities. Victory is in our grasp. It's up to
us to see that we don't let it slip through our' fingers
the way Hans did.

Miost of us know that this 'is the m ilitary crisis of
tis ward-the time when our fighting men Must giv-e
everything they have, not once in a while but hour
after hour-day after day.
But this alone is not enough. The lives oif brave men
are not enough. Money is ieeded too.
For this is the financial crisis of the war just as
surely as it is the military crisis. Millions of doi-
lars' worth of c uipmnbnt is being dcestroyed in
battles The nmoney to replace it must come from
us, and-come quckly.

If every last one of us here at home will try to snatch
the con.stant, day-to-day drive of the mere w'ho fight
our battles, we'll raise that money.
The way to do it is to put every cent we can possibly
invest into -U.S. War ]Bonds. Not some of use All of
us. Not once in a while during a drive, but regularly
*..every pay day.
Can we do the job, that Hans coauldn't do?. Can
we- -oli tarily- keep making sacrifices when Vic-
tory seems just around the corner? The answer is
up to. you.

And here-r ,e 5 more rer,-,-fNr buyin-,
Extnr War Bonds!
1. Wo~r Bands are the best, the safest investmer~i
in the world!
2. War Bonds ,return you $4 for every $3in
10 years.
3. War Bonds help kceep prices down. s
4. War Bonds will help win the Peace by lncrea!.,
ing purchasing power after the War.
5, War Bonds mean education for your children; 1
security for you, funds for retirement.

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