The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 24, 1944 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

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PAGE T.WELVJ3 E Bond Sales Short Of Goal Drive In Arkansas Lags By $5,000,000, Committee Reveals Sales of E series in War Bonds li the Filth War Loan drive In Arkansas arc still nearly $5,000,000 slion of the $21,000,000 quota In that series/ It V/HS understood this week bj the State War Finance .Committee which urged intensified attention sales ol the E Bond. While Arkansas has rung up ti flue record in overbuying on (lie over-all slate quota, sales of the people's 1 bond nre still lagging. National reports as of July 14 showed that Arkansas ranked 21th in the nation In sales of the E Bond. The southern states surrounding Arkansas have larger 'percentages ol E sales than Arkansas with one exception, Louisiana, which iins (he same percentage, it was pointed out bi 1 W. W. Campbell, chairman of the State War Finance Committee. Each county organization is urged to determine how much of its E Bond quota remains to be sold, acquaint the county residents with the total and urge enough buying to bring sales up to the quota. Several counties have reported meeting E quotas and others have assured slate officers that the E quota will be met. "Every individual realizes that the success of the Fifth War Loan drive 5s not complete unless the E quota is met," Mr. Campbell said. "The E Bond Is one of the most important financial Issues America has ever had. For It is the fighting E Bond In the hands of the buyer that defeats any possibility of inflation, that keeps munitions in the hands of the fighting men, find thereby strikes a double barrelled blow at the Axis." "I believe that nil of you will agree that we cannot truthfully claim credit for n completely successful Fifth War Loan drive "in Arkansas until all classes ol the quo- tas )mvc been met, and esi>ccin)l that of the E liond scries. Wit 'his in mind, each county is tirgc< to reacqualnt Its residents with th vital necessity of extended E Bone purchases to meet county and slat, Itiotas In that group." More Measures To Be Placed On Election Ballot LITTLE ItOCK, July 2i. (UP)— Secretary of State C. G. Hall an nounces he lias approved jictltion. tor three more proposed ln!tlat«c icts and four pro|>osed amend aienls, and that they will be placed on the November general electloi Near FULBRIGHT TONIGHT July 24 OVER KLRA 8:00 P. M. •V' SPEAKING FROM JORDAN STADIUM PINE BLUFF. Jap Cabinetmaker | Gen. Kutilaki KOJEO, above, 6-1- i year-old governor-general of i Korea, has, 'with Adml. Mitsu' rnasa Yonai, been charged with [ forming a new Japanese cabi- • net. He was long an advocate of ', friendly relations with U. S. 1 and Great Britain. Bill Fulfarighf has a vital message for you fo remember when YOU go fo tlie polls tomorrow. LISTEN IN TONIGHT VOTE TOMORROW ilFulbright for U. S. SENATOR Fulbrigkt Campaign Comniiffo« Political Advertisement RUNNING ON A RECORD THAT DESERVES A SECOND TERM! Experienced ond Qualified to Serve As LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR A Faithful Public Servant Has Earned A 2nd Term! ENDORSED! + By Home ——" l X Folks ballot. ' , • Proposed amendments include: Stabilizing the StnU; Game nnd ™h Commission nml vest In II additional powers: Allow conn lies W vote for n tax for BLYTHEVILLE <AHK.) COURIER NEWS vole without paying n poll tax- nnd a proposed amendment to provide four-year terms for governor nnd lieutenant governor, Amotij; the proposed acts Is one revenues to go largely for teachers' salaries. Tile other two proposed acts would forbid belltnir on horse and cVig races. .And set up a stale . . hospital system. r ,i , S , 1 , )1 "' loi>sl >' been approved for U.e bnllot. It would outlaw the closet! sj.op and check-off of union clues. MONDAY, JULY 24, 1044 t- r rom Arkansas Central Leader, \v<s these years of public service "BEX" SHAVER has rendered to the people an honest and honorable administration of their affairs which reflects credit upon himself arid upon the many people who favored him with their vole." SECOND HIGHEST OFFICE IN THE STATE deserves QUALIFIED GOVERNOR by reputation and Record ot Service Vote Tuesday <-«t For A 2nd Term for J. L "BEX" SHAVER LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR Air Field Worker Killed STUTTGART, Ark., July 24 (UP) —Twenty-six yenr old William C, Prine was killed Instantly when he was struck by a truck while working at the Stuttgart Army Air Field Friday Pilnc was a civilian employe of (he iiost engineers. He Is survived by his wife, n son. two brothers and four sisters. News Warn AOt. On July 25th Is Assured M, ; , fc. SIMS has recovered for the taxpayers more than $2,000,000.00 of state and county funds This recovery was mode possible by his lami ini-ily willi details of government and his aggressive courage in protection ol the taxpayers. SIMS has prepared or helped to prepare more major legislation than any man in Arkansas In addition to appropriation and other bills dealing M'illj finances, his adyjce and assistance has been invaluable in preparation of measures dealing with a ll phases .of state and county government. o C/e» n W.n SIMS has been commended by the state papers for outstanding ability Sims outstanding ability has won commendation of the state's leading newspapers. The Arkansas Gazelle, the Arkansas Democrat, the Fort Smith Southwest American and many others, have frequently found occasion to praise his outstanding public service. SIMS is the ONLY Candidate Pledged to a workable plan of state tax reduction He is pledged to reduce expenses for our state government which have been increasing steadily for years and will apply the savings to decreasing the tax burden of the people of the MS IS, ^ Is the ONLY Candidate Qualified by Actual Training and Ixperience to Administer the $44,000000 Busin fct *•*« to SIMS has served under seven governors K*u h*s served under MV#M govwHow. X« fc »ww« ot the Mistakes that «Mk of them m<h ««4 OM avoid repeating ikon. ]fc k j«t M •wwr« of the good that M «h accowplidwd utd Jawwi kow to Hi<x*p«*4« Mid improve M H fe •*"'. t . ' A. • ""•. SIMS bids citatkms from the U. S. Treasury Sima holds several citations from the United States Treasury department for his capable work as chairman of the State Capitol division of four War Loan Drives. He also hag taken an active part itv Community Cheat, Red Crow and other civic activities, and has been widely acclaimed by civic leaders fer kig p«tieipa«on M *he*« worthy causes. Be Sure fo Vote > - * •'•• , H vet m«*ff*d k wwr, wjor th« jwiyfcw ol *« b*»o*. It fe th« p&trio«« dvtr «t oMo«i M how« to eicer«M« that e, wh«h k and Siek dying today to protect your right to oast a ballot. Can you do less than take advantage of the privilege they are giving their lives to protect? SIMS has the endorsement of leading papers Knw hM iUto presa M wndliato f«r goversor. Th« Ashley County L«ad*r, the H«k»a World, the Amity Owl a»d •therg <rf tk« itate'g iwding papers, both l»r«e him M our n««t SIMS is endorsed by business men Sims has been endorsed as a candidate for governor by business people of Phillips, Ashley, Union and other counties. They know his program i« souad and that he has the training aitd ability to put H kite Help Make It a Landslide for ? J. Brvan SIMS our Next GOVERNOR 1

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