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April 03, 1918 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1918-04-03

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TILE M\ ICHIGAN DAILY

Announcing

the

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O N SATURDAY, A:
will offer for pu
bonds, constituting the
exempt from all taxes,
$5,000.00 par value of

6th, the United States Government
subscription $3,000,000,000 4 1-4%
Liberty Loan. These bonds will be

except the tax ob incomes
the bonds.

in excess of

It is expected that every individual will buy of
these bonds in proportion to his income and
ability to do so, as it is the desire of the Govern-
ment to bring every man, woman and child into
partnership with the nation in financing this

war.

These bonds must be purchased out of current
earnings or future savings to be most effective,
as every dollar in the banks should be held liquid
and available for the aid of industry in carrying
out its progra mof war production.
It is realized, however, that in popularizing this
loan dependence must be made, for large sub-
scriptions, on our ;corporations. Fully 80 per
cent in amount of subscriptions to the first and
second Liberty loans came from this source.

The corporations of this city and county have
proved their loyalty beyond question, and an es-
pecial appeal is made to them at this time to
reach prompt decision regarding their subscrip-
tion, so that Ann Arbor can again distinguish-it-
self by leading the country in meeting it quota.
The drive for the sale of these bonds by our local
organization will begin promptly on Monday
morning, April 8. Be prepared to place your
subscription at once.. Every day saved by Ann
Arbor in reaching its quota will act as an added
inspiration to the nation and place Michigan's
star one degree higher before the wo ld.
We know your action will be prompted by your
loyalty and a full appreciation of the position
this nation occupies. The appeal from this com-
mittee, therefore, is for promptness in making
your subscription.

War Preparedness Board

For Ann Arbor and Washtenaw County

Headquarters: Y.-M. C. A.

Phone 2715

GENERAL BOARD
HARRY DOUGLAS #
GEO. W. MILLEN
WM. B. HATCH a

Ann Arbor
Ann Arbor
Ypsilanti

This space paid for by
G. H. WILD COMPANY
HALLER & FULLER
THE MICHIGAN DAILY

ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT
FRANK POCH
ORGANIZATION BOARD
R. 0. BONISTEELE

CITY CHAIRMAN
CHAS. L. BROOKS

}'ake }Vichigan the First to Subscribe

Her Quot

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