The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 20, 1944 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, November 20, 1944
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MONDAY, NOVEMBER 20, «LYTHEV1LI,E; (ARK.) 'OOUKIKK ™ ' ,; •• •- ,• <•'••":<•: f;. 1 '•;•••-. ;• 1 HERE can be no victorjMintil-.thc.-final battle is won. Tlierc can be;no •victorious homecomings until the last shot is5 fireid'.hncl the last enemy sutTcndcrs. : •'= It costs billions of dollars a month to fight Japan. A mountain of new-type equipment is needed for the battle of the Pacific. And that's why the 6th War Loan Drive is just as important --perhaps wore imfior fan t — than any previous war loan drive. You knbw all the personal advantages of buying war bonds: $4 back for every $3 you invest in 10 years; security for your future; . afight against dangerous in flation. Bitt over and above-these personal interests! is the great patriotic need for everyone to get behind the fight to lick Japan. Yes, there's a long, tough war still ahead of us. Our soldiers haven't stopped fighting-DON'T-You! Buy at leant one extra $100 War Bond In the 6th War Loan Drive. Buy more if you poS- sibly can. Remember, the job in the Pacific is still tcrrific-kccp on buying War Bonds until final victory is won! ', t This Message Contributed to the 6th War Loan Effort by

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