The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 6, 1944 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Tuesday, June 6, 1944
Page 8
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PACE 'EIGHT E (AUK,) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, JUNK C, 1!M<1 "VL^THEREVER your invasion forces are fight- W ing—at sea, in the air, on the ground — they're working together'for victoiy. They knoNv that they must depend on each other, for only by coordinated teamwork will they win through to final victory in the earliest possible time. The Fifth War Loan starts next week. It's going to take teamwork—a lot of it—to put this drive over the top. For we've got a job to do. As the tempo of invasion rises every one of us must mobilize for support of our fighting men. In every city, town and hamlet men and women like your- self, have banded together as war bond Volunteer Workers, giving their time to taking your subscriptions for bonds. Support them'. Give them ' the kind of teamwork our boys are giving to each other on the fighting fronts! ! When your Volunteer Worker calls, double your war bond subscription. It's their job to- help raise $16 billions of money for victory during this Fifth drive, $6 billions from individuals like yourself. • Make up your mind to welcome your Victory Volunteer with a friendly smile and an open checkbook—remembering that it's teamwork that does it! I HERE'S WHAT UNCLE SAM OFFERS YOU IN THE FIFTH WAR LOAN The "basket" of securities to be sold under the direction of (he St.ite War Finance Committees during the Fifth War Loan consists of eight individual issues. These issues are designed to fit the investment needs of every person with money to invest. THE OFFERING INCLUDES: it Series E, F and G Savings Bonds •k Series C Savings Nates * 2Vs% Bonds of 1965-70 * 2% Bonds of 1952-54 * l'/4% Notes, Series B - 1947 * 7 /a% Certificates of Indebtedness This Advertisement Contributed to the War Effort by 'ER BERNARD ALLEN, Manager "Water Is Your Cheapest Commodity!"

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