The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 7, 1948 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, January 7, 1948
Page 3
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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 7,1948 IK,in MARCH OF i DIMES PAGE THKEB This Advertisement made possible by the following progressive business firms of Blytheville: Smith Pontiac Co. 126 South Lilly Street Hubbard Hdwe. Co. 213 West Main Street Blytheville Motor Co. 217 South Second Street Arkansas Ice & Storage Company North 6th Street The Razorback Drive-In South Division Street Phillips Motor Co. 5th at Walnut MARCH OF DIMES rMKNTWH Itl WMTKi HUitB MARCH OF DIMES HITU KM rwmiTIMI lit IB/UTIU MUlllil FIGH MARCH OF DIMES Join ln« MARCH OF DIMES no* rot IMIMTIU ri , SSSS3S Join Ihr MARCH OF 1 DIMES Miiaiat H)o«Hiie« mi i»ii.»i t J/G//T Join ttw MARCH OF 1 DIMES FIGHT MARCH OF > DIMES m M7IQM1 rooneinoii rot iwuTitt piuirat FIGHT FIGHT BSBS FIGHT Join ifce MARCH OF [DIMES Join 'He MARCH OF DIMES Join !h« , MARCH ' OF DIMES Foster's Liquor Stores 120 West Main Street 106 North Broadway FIGHT me uniMi fwmr Join Ik* MARCH OF i DIMES j«KQ»»r 11.1. »r«t mrutmi j/z FIGH1 Join th* MARCH OF i DIMES IM Smiwi romfinwi r» imttnui MMUU THIS ISN'T CHARITY! It's Insurance for Your Own Child or Children Once each year comes this urgent appeal for help in behalf of nearly 1,000 boys and girls, men and women within the Arkansas borders. The funds raised in this campaign go to further research into the cause and cure of Infantile Paralysis (poliomyelitis), and to provide hospitalization a/id proper care for polio victims. This hospitalization includes physiotherapy treatments, hot packs, muscular exercises and medicinal care that requires professional expedience, and presents an over all ex-' pense problem that is staggering. There will be an unknown number of polio cases in Mississippi County this year... it may be your child or a neighbor's nearby. We know YOU want to have a definite part in the marvelous rehabilitative work carried out by the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis and the Arkansas State Chapter which is now meeting all demands for proper medical care and treatment of Polio victims. . This task is never completed ... increasing demands bring the need of your earnest and sympathetic response this year more than ever before ! More than 72,000 reported cases in U. S. since 1943! JOIN THE MARCH OF DIMES' JAN. 15th-30th

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