y AMERICA WON’T LET YOU DOWN
Blasted out of the sky in the battle for the Philippines,
he waits in shark-infested waters—alone. Surely they’ll
send out rescue planes—surely they’ll find him! Boy,
what he wouldn't give for another crack at those Japs!
For the chance to finish the fight.
He knows the war isn't over yet—not by a long shot.
But do the folks back home know that, he wonders?
Are they still working hard for victory—still buying
bonds, and hanging onto the bonds they buy? Hang
ing on for dear life, as he is now?
Ask yourself these questions before you tell him
not to worry—that of course America won't let him
down. Ask them again when you start to cash in a
War Bond you don't absolutely need to redeem —
when more and more equipment is needed to finish
the fight. [Ships, tanks, planes — lots of planes. Like
B-29's, costing $600,000 in War Bonds each. Or like
KEEP FAITH WITH OUR FIGHTERS-Buy War Bonds for Keeps
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The Patent Button Company
Raytric Knitting Mill
Somma Tool Company
Scovill Manufacturing Company
Thinsheet Metals Company
United States Rubber Company
Waterbury Buckle Company
Waterbury Companies, Inc.
The United States Time Corporation
Waterbury Rolling Mills, Inc.
Waterbury Tool, Division of Vickers, Ine.
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babe s United Tyre Factory
Polymetric Manufacturing Co.
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