The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 12, 1944 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, June 12, 1944
Page 3
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MONDAY,' JUNE -12, BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Invasion barges, tanks,, field guns cost thousands upon thousands of dollars. Invasion demands more and ever more fighting equipment to insure Victory. The money must come from every patriotic-American at home. BOOST YOUR RLEDjGE As America faces its "Zero Hour", our armed forces march uiifliuchi ingly forward. They are ready to die if need be. And now, on the home front comes the,command—back up our fighting riien with the-blggcst War loan of all. This is the "Zero Hour" Drive. Our duty is clear ... If you arc on the payroll savings plan, buy extm bonds in this drive. •'•' P, AS America goes all out for invasion— your dollars must join the fight, loo! No matter how much you have done— you must do more! It is a solemn duty for every American to buy MORE r Bonds during the 5th\VAR LOAN DRIVE-to keep the attack I going—to help safeguard your country and your own boys in the i j fight. The job is big—you've got to dig! It's a question of simple arithmetic: War costs more today than ever—and during invasion, the demands for supplies reach their peak. A iicavy bomber costs about $250,000. A 155 mm. howitzer costs $23,000. Fighter planes cost $50,000. t i -.• If you buy War Bonds regularly at your bank or .Post Oflicc, double your War Bond investment. But, whatever you do, whoever you are, ask yourself this question: "What have.Idpnc today that some mother's son should die for rne tonight? "Then buy your extra SlOO-or $200-pr $300 Bond.'- It's for Victory! WELCOME THE VICTORY VOLUNTEERS . when they come to tell you about War Bonds tfe/ltiact/- BUYlORE TtHHHEFlE This Advertisement Contributed to the War Effort by Arkmo Power Corporation

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