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Secretary Wallace boosts president's suggestion for rural security loans. Washington, D.C., July 12. Secretary of Agriculture Henry Wallace told the Senate Banking and Currency Committee today that the president's suggestion for loans totaling $600,000,000 for rural security projects is prudent and economic policy. He said there are 42,000 new tenant farmers each year, and 'if we continue to refuse aid to these needy families, many of them will inevitably drift in to the cities in an effort to get some kind of help there. The cost of supporting them on relief obviously will [be far greater than] the sum necessary to help them [get a new start on the land']
Secretary Wallace boosts president's suggestion for rural security loans. Washington, D.C., July 12. Secretary of Agriculture Henry Wallace told the Senate Banking and Currency Committee today that the president's suggestion for loans totaling $600,000,000 for rural security projects is prudent and economic policy. He said there are 42,000 new tenant farmers each year, and 'if we continue to refuse aid to these needy families, many of them will inevitably drift in to the cities in an effort to get some kind of help there. The cost of supporting them on relief obviously will be far greater than the sum necessary to help them get a new start on the land'
Price control. Anti-inflation window display. The "Wise Old Owl" display not only boosts sales in this drugstore, but stresses cooperation between government and merchant to control prices of items essential to the war effort. The "Save Your Money" theme is a clever merchandising angle informing the customer that ceiling prices vary in different stores