Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current, April 29, 1943, Page 6, Image 6

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    6 Heppner Gazette Times, April 29, 1943
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Wake Up, Americans . . .Your Country's Most Fateful Hour Is lean
THE hour when the final die is cast, when de
cisive victory hangs in the balance. The hour
which will decide the future of you and your
children ... a future of joyous freedom or a future
of endless serfdom.
Yes, it is ten minutes to midnight. And when
the first stroke of that fateful hour begins to
sound, it will be too late to throw your weight
into the fight.
The time to do that is NOW.
Now, when your dollars can keep the produc
tion lines humming. Noiv, when your dollars can
buy the ranks and guns and planes and ships our
soldiers need to fight a winning war . . . the only
kind of a war we can afford to fight. Noiv, while
there are still ten minutes before midnight.
.Your country is asking you to lend your dollars
in greater amount than ever before. It is asking
for 13 billions of dollars extra this month ... 13
billions for the weapons of war to make sure that
it is our side which dictates the peace.
If we do not win, the money you fail to lend
now will be worse than useless to you. If we win,
as we must, the money you lend now will be re
turned with interest ... for you to spend on the
good things of life ... for you to enjoy in a free
and safe world.
So dig down, Americans. Answer the challenge
by buying War Loan securities this month with
every idle dollar you have except what you need
for the barest necessities of life.
Don't wait for the War Loan Volunteer. Beat
the gun by going to your bank, investment dealer,
broker, Post Office, or bond booth today.
Have your money in your fist . . . the fist that
can deliver the knockout blow to the Axis. Buc
hurry . .
For it is ten minutes to midniglu . . ,Vi
The hour that can strike the knell of doom or
the blessed song of freedom.
Your dollars can call the tune.
iThsre are Seven different types
of U. S. Government Securities
choose the ones best suited for you:
United States War Savings Bonos series Ej
The perfect investment for individual and
family savings. Gives you back $4 for every
$5 when the Bond matures. Designed espe
cially for the smaller investor. Dated 1st day
of month in which payment is received)
Interest: 2.9 a year if held to maturity!
Denominations: $25, $50, $100, $500tf
$ 1000. Redemption: any time 60 days after
issue date. Price: 75 of maturity value;
2V2 Treasury Bonds of 1964-1969: Readily
marketable, acceptable as bank collateral
these Bonds are ideal investments for trust
, funds, estates and individuals; A special;
feature provides that they may be redeemed
at par and accrued interest for the purpose
of satisfying Federal estate taxes; Dated
April 15. 1943; due June 15, 1969.Denom
inatioris: $500, $1000, $5000, $10,000
$100,000 and $1,000,000; Redemption
Not callable till June 1 5, 1964; thereafter at
par and accrued interest on any interest
' date at 4 months' notice; Price: par and
accrued interest;
Other Securities: Series C" Tax Notes; Tift!
Certificates of Indebtedness; 2 Treasury
Bonds of 1950-1952; United States Saving
Bonds Series "F"; United States Savings!
BorfUs Series "G.".
Lexington Oil Co-operative Morrow County Grain Growers
First National Bank of Portland, Heppner Branch
Heppner Lumber Company