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CHE PIOUA MIAMI COUNTY'S FIFTH WAR LOAN DRIVE QUOTA $5,045,000, W.F.G, HEADS DISCLOSE Miami Counllans arc expected to 2 per cent treasury bonds due In rake $5,045,000 In Die Fifth War i 1954 and 2 per cent treasury bonds Loan drive June 12 to July 3 Inclu - 'duc in 1970, the latter four all be - slve, according to War Finance Com - : Ing acceptable for bank loan collat This is 5791,000 more than the I goal In the Fourth War Jan whenj this county exceeded the quota of) 54,254,030. ! In the Fifth War Loan drive, the "E" bond quota has been set at, $1,004,000, exactly the same amount1 set - as the goal In the previous Karl bond campaign, i Under the direction of J. L. Black ot Plqua and George Hayner of Troy, co - chairman of Miami County War Finance Committee, plans are already being outlined by the committee for the coming drive. Treasury department officials have notified the Miami County WFC leaders that the Fifth War Loan campaign will be the most Important of all drives, coming at what may be considered the mail crucial period period or the war. They urged that no effort be spared to insure success in the campaign here. Ail types of honds will count in this campaign, Chairmen Black and Hayner said, the more popular of are me cj lu - year Done Min ¬ ing from $25 to $1000; F - 12 year bonds from 525 to 51000 and G 12 - year bonds which are purchased at $100 value and draw 214 per cent Interest per annum. In addition, purchases may be made in treasury savings tax notes by individuals, firms and corporations; corporations; 1i per cent treasury certifi cates 01 niucotcancss; iy, per cent treasury notes due March 15, 1047 GERALD APPLE IS BLUFFTON REPORTS DERR IS SLIGHTLY IMPROVED MONDAY William Derr, 30, of 6 Rundle ave - le, Piqua was still in a critical condition at the City Hospital at Bluffton today, suffering from Injuries Injuries received when.the car he was driving overturned at Beaverdam early Saturday morning. Officials at the Bluffton hosDltal said his condition was somewhat i proved today though he was not entirely out ol danger. - nccoromg to nonce here. Dcrr was driving the car of C. O. McMurav. local tailor, which it Is alleged that Lrr stole irom tne rear of the McMurav McMurav tailor shop Friday niehl. The owner heard the car start un and ran to the rear of his shop to see the auto slow down in back, of Mors cafe where Clifford Knapp, also of Piqua. entered the car. The Lima News Sunday said that Dcrr lost control of the car when he attempted to make a right hand turn on tne Dixie highway Beaverdam, a village 10 miles from Lima. The car, it is rccortcd was badly damaged, as it overturned several times in the crash. Deir suffered a severe gash on

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  1. The Piqua Daily Call,
  2. 15 May 1944, Mon,
  3. Page 8

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