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FIRST PRIMARY, MAY, 27th.
THIS IS A RECORD OF WHICH ALL HAYWOOD CITIZENS CAN WELL BE PROUD!
MR. SMITH HAS CALLED FOR A SECOND TRY AND HAS
CONTINUED TO USE TACTICS OF MUD -SLINGING AND
Frank Graham Still Refuses To Enter Into a Mud-slinging Contest and Is Still Running
On His Own Positive Program To Represent All The People In a FAIR AND HONEST
Nq Man Has Ever Been So Loved and Respected and Accomplished So;Much Iri So Short
a Time As FRANK GRAHAM In The 14 Months That He Has Been Our Senator!
Don't be misled by malicious gossip and slander - Be honest with yourself as to
which man, GRAHAM or Smith can better serve the interests of you and your
family, in the UNITED STATES SENATE
A MAN OF THE PEOPLE AND FOR THE PEOPLE
Let's Stay On The Right Side And Do It Again Haywood!
Be Sur And Listen To The Last Victory Round - Up Friday, June 23 at 8 P. M. Over Radio
EXERCISE YOUR RIGHT-CAST YOUR BALLOT IN THE PRIMARY SATURDAY!
Paid Political Advertisement. Committee For GRAHAM FOR SENATOR, R. L. Prevost, Sr., Chair.
Look At he Record
Frank Graham is a teacher and educator. He is
well known for advocating the nine months school
term and 12 grades for all. He has consistently
fought for sufficient appropriations for the public
schools of North Carolina.
A life-long champion of labor, he has consist
ently fought for labor's right to collective bargain
ing. He was primarily responsible for the Work
men's Compensation Laws of North Carolina; was
among the first to advocate Child Labor Laws
and he voted for .Minimum Wage Laws.
He was a fighting Marine in World War I, en
listing after being turned down three times on ac
count of poor eyes. Since being in the Senate he
has championed the cause of Veterans. Fought
against breaking up of the wise Unification of
the Veterans Administration.
He actively supported Governor Scott's Better
Schools and Roads Program. Frank Graham has
always stood for the extension of rural electrifica
tion and rural telephone service. In the U. S.
Senate he has consistently voted, for the present
farm price support program. '
I7hen These Four Groups
Are Prosperous, M Urns of
Business lire Prosperous.