The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 15, 1944 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Thursday, June 15, 1944
Page 6
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BIZ COURIER THURSDAY, JUNE .15; 1944' WiTH KNEE-CftP BROKEN and cartilage torn out, Sgt. Nicholas Miller, SHRflPNEL SHATTERED the knee of Pvt. oCPaterson, N.J., rescued two. comraijes imilcr, fire at El Guitar, Africa. For this heroic exploit he w.-irs the Silver Star. Hasn't lie go through life with a bjwcial kg brace. lie done enough? No, he's buying War Bonds right along! Are ) ou? urges you to huy more Bonds Thomas DcllaroBga,TrciUnn,N.J. Itcuiust A ; m^ AN UNLUCKY SHRAPNaTRAGMEHT HIT BY SHELL BUBST iu Sid! r , kg smashed; %S$if kdgcd - in P V '- Irwin Levinson'a captured Ly Ceniiam; carried tiro days in a WITH HIS LEFT LEG TWO INCHES shorter than hi 3 right, Pvt. Bernard Hcidemann, of Chicago, >vill go limping through life. He slopped a German bullet in Sicily, but that hasn't stopped him from During \YarBouJs, Don't let anything stop you from buy jag morel ' • ' ' when you go home to your family, think of J. Jhe men who will never go home . . . who gave their lives that you might live. And think of lite men who gave their ej-es, arms, legs iu Jhe fight for freedom. A« you sit at home, knowing that in more than two yews of war not a single enemy plane hqa threatened your life . . . think of the meu who have made thnt security possible. And then, if you don't delwmSne N to do yonr full share iu the 5th War Loan Drive, iheu maybe m appeal can reach your heart. Fourllmei America has asked you to do something exl« to help smash Hitler and Tojo. And you have responded generously— magnificently. Now you nre (wked to do more ihnii you've ever done before. Now, ns our fighting men slor/n (lie bloody 'battlefields of Europe and Ihe South Pacific, we must back them up ns never before. This is the showdown! Show that you care—flint these thousands of brave "Purple Hearts" have not made their sacrifice in vain. Right now—today— invest in EXTRA Wnr Bonds —the biggest amount you can—§100, $200, §500. Some must invest thousands of dollars to put this crucial drive over the top. All must invest to the limit of their ability. It's for Iiivnsioul It's for Yic« toryl It's for the security of your owu future. COULD YWUWLE ArTE^ lOSlHG .your right eye from a shrapnel-ballet, and having a compound fracliire of your, left leg? Sgt. Carl Funk, of Cincinnati, ran not only souk, lint is going to carry oh in a munitions factory. It's uj) to ,;yoit now.' Biiy War Bonds 1 FOR YOUR FUTURE WETH LOAM tie JtiiM/- BUY MORE THAN BEFORE DURING this drive you mny. lie visited by a volunteer War Bond ivorkcr. Open your door and your licnrt to him. Let Lim cxplnin the various U. S. Govern* men) Bonds available. They ore the safest Investments In the vorlii. Dny them and keep them ... and you can fcec the future with confidence. This advertisement contributed to the Fjtth War Loan Drive by Furniture Co. and Hubbard Hardware Co,

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