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■ ?l ... _ • *.• .i-xgS . Cat . v •> 4 _ Talk about wealth! This country of ours is the richest • in the world. We’ve got plenty of resources. We’ve got plenty of money. That’s not the problem. It’s the idle money that’s holding us back. The dollars withdrawn from circula tion that aren’t working... that aren’t earning interest. We’ve got to keep our money at work ... if we want to see America prosperous. Money at work ... means men at work. It keeps factories running . . . wheels turning . . . raw ma terials pouring in. Perhaps you think your money doesn’t count. But it does count... however little it may be. The modest resources of millions of citizens add up to J» '— I a tremendous sum . . . enough to give American Industry a great big helping hand. Every dollar you keep in circulation . .. releases 5 to 10 for credit. Every dollar "withdrawn” is a slacker . . . working against your country in its time of need. Talk to the ablest business men you know. Let them point out ways to keep your dollars safe . . . where they will earn interest for you and create jobs for others. . Buy what you need. Spend in relation to your income. But keep your money where it will do your self and your country the most good ... AT WORK! That’s the way to help America Turn the Tide. This advertisement has been printed by this newspaper without cost, in an effort to bring you these important facts about idle money. CHAIRMAN Citizens Reconstruction Organisation CITIZENS RECONSTRUCTION ORGANIZATION, 400 WEST MADISON STREET, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS