The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 13, 1946 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

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FACT SIX JBLYTHEVTM-.E (ARK..* COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 194« • OPPORTUNITY WEARS A "DISCHARGE BUTTON" 700 Reliable Men are W: Ah! to for You They are BLYTHEVILLE veterans of World War II. They have learned to respect d.sciphne and procedure. They have shown their ability to meet situations in the job they've just completed. They offer a positive opportunity for employers. These ex-servicemen represent virtually every trade and skill used in business and industry. Many are willing to begin at the bottom and work up They have just come back trained in many special skills that they can use if they can find the right jobs/Right now the UNITED STATES EMPLOYMENT SERVICE has 700 RE TURNED,VETERANS' applications in the files. Remember, . . the future business growth and Nyelfare of BLYTHEVILLE lies in their hands. With the help of you employers these men can be placed in worth-while jobs here. This is an opportunity for employers to discharge a community obligation These veterans are citizens of MISSISSIPPI COUNTY. They are the type of men which this community .needs to keep as citizens. They DO NOT WANT SPECIAL FAVORS. They DO deserve a chance to earn a living. Only you who can hire men can provide this chance. If you have a place for one man, or several men, do a service for yourself the city and an ex-serviceman . . . hire a veteran! Survey your business or organization! ACT NOW! You can get qualified veterans for your job openings. REMEMBER: "It's good business to use the USES!" United States Employment Service 119 South Second St. TELEPHONE 2881 Blytheville This "Jobs for Vets" Program Backed by the Blytheville Veterans' Advisory Committee THIS ADVERTISEMENT INSERTED AND PAID FOR BY The Following Candidates for Public Office W J Wunderlich Candidate for Slate Kcprex,n< a <ivc r for County .Judge William Berry man Candidate for Sheriff and Collector E. C. Flee man Candidate for Stale Representative QUALIFIED MEN ARE AVAILABLE AS: Airplane Mechanics Athletic Instructors Auto Mechanics Bakers Body and Fender Men Bookkeepers Cooks Diesel Mechanics Electricians Farm Hands General Office Clerks Heavy Equipm't Operators Musicians Painters Parts Clerks Pipefitters Plumbers Power Linemen Radio Repairmen Hotel Clerks Hotel, Restaur't Managers Janitors Laborers Machinists Retail Managers Rouremen Sales Clerks Salesmen Sheet Metal Workers Statisticians Stock Clerks Telephone Linemen Truck Drivers Waiters Warehousemen Welders Waitresses and scores of other occupations. I. M. Greer Candidate for Circuit, Judge "•••••«"••••••••..•...,.....,..,«...„ «..»...••«••••••••••••..... ***••••••••«•«••»•••••»•«••»•»,!,, l( ••••••••••••••••••••••••••ft.

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