The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 31, 1941 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

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Monday, March 31, 1941
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TWO BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, MARCH 31,-1941 YESTERDAY! TODAY! TOMORROW'. Asa candidate for the office of mayor of Blytheville, I want to call the attention of the people of Blytheville to the following figures: 302 3,167 6,447 10,098 10,652 In 1900 Blytheville's population was In 1910 Blytheville's population was In 1920 Blytheville's population was In 1930 Blytheville's population was In 1940 Blytheville's population was In 1950 Blytheville's population will be ????? Between 1930 and 1940 Blytheville's proud progress was stopped. In that ten year period we barely topped the population figure of 1930. The population of Blytheville in 1950 is a matter of concern to all of us but just as important asa population increase is the progress of our city generally! What will Blytheville be in 1950 in a business sense; industrially in sanitary improvements; in civic beauty; and in opportunities for all of us. WHAT DOES THIS HAVE TO DO WJTH THE MAYOR'S RACE? The progress of Blytheville in the next ten years depends upon the leadership chosen now and maintained during that period. If we expect to forge ahead, as we should, in the future, it will be necessary that we place in the mayor's office men of proven business ability with vision to grasp the opportunities at hand . . . men who will not be hampered by political ties when selecting city employees to enforce traffic regulations, sanitary laws, and other ordinances fearlessly and impartially- I ask you, as voters, which candidate for the office of mayor will be MOST LIKELY TO TAKE THE STRONG INITIATIVE REQUIRED to remedy existing conditions so that Blytheville will be a better, more up-to- date and wholesome city in which to live, I WANT TO BE MAYOR OF BLYTHEVILLE because this is my home town. I am a part of Blytheville and Blytheville is apart of me, and, I am proud to tell the world about it. I want to devote two years of my time making this a bigger and better "home town." I have one promise to make to you: If you see fit to vote for me I will endeavor to get you one hundred cents of value for every dollar spent. There will be no iavoiites. A real effort will be made to get our city clean and to keep it that way. Traffic adjustments will be made that will be of benefit to all of us. All affairs of the city will be operated in such a manner that Blytheville will benefit therefrom. GO TO THE POLLS TOMOR VOTE FOR JMSTRATIQN

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