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Our State Needs A Business Executive
The State Has Such An Executive in the PERSON of
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AND VOTE FOR LEE GRAVELY. Ho is an energetic
businessman-farmer of fifty and is available next Janu
ary to head North Carolina's largest Enterprise.
Neighbors and associates offer highest testimonials as to
eharacter ami ability. Promises employer and employee
that he will apply the same sound methods to this office
that has brought him success in private endeavors.
Citizens interested in procuring his services are asked to
place an (X) before the name of LEE GRAVELY, Dem
ocratic candidate for Governor on Saturday, May 25th.
"It will be iiiv purpose as (Jovernor lo give llie Slate an
effieient business administration in wliieli one hundred
<?<'11 Is of benefit shall he derived from every lax dollar
spent. This statement is taken Irom bravely s original
annoiineenienl. 1 '?
It pays to have a business man and a business plan in
government. LEE (IIlAVEkY is eapalde and will, il giv
en the opportunity, give North (.arolina a business ad
ministration. LEE CiRAVELVs reeord stands out above
all the other candidate.* and lie will represent all the peo
ple all the time. | \
The Man Qualified to Fill the Import tan t Position
LEE GRAVELY SAYS: "North Carolina is a big business in which you and 1 are partners.
-J-will handle the taxpayers' money as you would handle your own. T will provide old-age
pensions and aid for dependent children. I am opposed to the sales tax and its nictho d
collection. If elected, I shall try to provide new markets and uses for farm products A?"
gether with improved farm-to-market roads. We should have more adequate facilities fo.'*.
the care of sick and infirm, f favor a retirement fund for state employees and am against
a diversion of highway funds.?I also favor the expansion of our school system, especially
vocational education. Last and above all. I endorse President Roosevelt's administration
and its objectives. ?