KENANSVILLn, NCTTII CA"": inn" r)rp n ra prr7 i.'. t i li DD1 f Km o) uwu THE LATE FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT Appointed Frank Graham Chairman Advisory Council of Commit tee On Economic Security. Said Roosevelt: "The work of this Council and Committee led to the recommendation made by me to the Congress and the adoption by the Congress of the SOCIAL SECURITY Act of 1935." LOYALTY . . . Senator Clyde R. Hoey: "He (Senator Graham) is as loyal as any American who walks this earth." ABILITY . . . General Geo. C. Marshall: "The work Frank Graham did in Indonesia for United Nations was a diplomatic miracle." CHARACTER . . . Senator Wayne Morse: "Frank Graham is the most Christ-like man I know." WOMAN'S VIEWPOINT ... . Mrs. W. T. Bost: "I think this famous quotation can be applied to Frank Graham: 'There are some men who lift the level of the age in which they live until all men stand on higher ground.'" ' STATESMAN ... Senator Charles Tobey: "Frank Graham's Senate Speech on the Atlantic Pact was the greatest I have ever heard in the U. S. Senate." DIPLOMACY . . . Mrs. O. Max Gardner: wife of late Governor and Ambassador Gardner and sister-in-law of Senator Clyde R. Hoey: "While I have many reasons for being for Senator Graham, I shall state only one I believe that he works effectively for the, preven tion of war and the establishment of permanent world ' peace." ' tin. SCHOOLS "' LABOR VETERANS , V FARMERS V ' ' f'j'il' Frank Graham is a teacher and educator. He is A life-long champion of labor, he has consistently He was a fighting Marine In World War I, enlisting. He actively supported Governor Scott's Better well known for advocating the nine months school fought for labor's right to collective bargaining. He , after being turned down three times on account of Schools and Roads Program. Frank Graham has al- term and 12 grades for all. He has consistently fought was primarily responsible for the Workmen's Com- - poor eyes. Since being in the Senate he has champ- ways stood for the extension of rural electrification for sufficient appropriations for the public schools pensation Laws of North Carolina; was among the : ioned the cause of Veterans, fought against breaking and rural telephone service. In the U. S. Senate he . of North Carolina. first to advocate Child Labor Laws and he voted for up of the wise unification of the Veterans Adminl- has consistently voted for the present farm price , Minimum Wage Laws. stratum. -t : support program. 1W READ THIS PARTIAL LIST OF DUPLIN COUNTY CITIZENS WHO ARE ACTIVELY WORKING FOR AND SUPPORTING FRANK GRAHAM FOR THE UNITED STATES SENATE! C. E. Quinn L. H. Quinn Amos Q. Brinson W. J. Sltterson Leo Jackson J. O. Stokes Billie Lewis Ivey Bowden Vance B. Gavin Arthur Whitfield Ellis V .Vestal Reba P. Gavin Doris N. Sltterson Mrs. D. H. McKoy Sarah P. Bland Mrs. R. L. Sykes Mrs. C. B. Sltterson "Bit" Patterson Mrs. Clarence Murphy Mrs. Leo Jackson Bertha HoUlngsworth (R. E.) Roseoe Jones Pearlie Rivenbark Sprnnt Hanchey L. Rivenbark Mr. Mrs. E. J. Johnson Mr, ft Mrs. Roy Carter Mr. ft Mrs. A. C. Hall Dr. ft Mrs. John D. Robinson Mr. ft Mrs. David N Henderson Mr. ft Mrs. Harry Kramer Mr. ft Mrs. Melvin Cording Mr. ft Mrs. J. S. Blair Dr. ft Mrs. A. B, Bland Ir. ft Mrs. E. R. Aokerman Mr. A Mrs. D. B. Townsend :r. ft Mrs. W. G. Wells ""r .& Mrs. I N. Henderson ;r. ft Mrs. J. WUlard Hoffler r. ft Mrs. A. B. Bordeaux - r. ft Mrs. E. C Sanderson r. ft Mrs. James C. Gregory, r. ft Mrs. J. C. Williams . r. & Mrs. Hayden Turner D. Stokes Williams Mr. & Mrs. G. H. Blanton Mr. ft Mrs. Faison Sontherland Richard Boyce Mr. ft Mrs. McCoy Herring Mr. ft Mrs. Col well Smith Mr. ft Mrs. Walter C. Moore Mr. ft Mrs. W. B. Register Mr. ft Mrs. Robert H. Jones Miss Ida M. Johnson Mr. & Mrs. EmU James Mr. ft Mrs. Solon James Mrs. Nell Forlaw ; Mr. ft Mrs. W. H. Forlaw Robert B. Herring ' W. G. Fussell Mrs. L. B. Bmmmltt L. H. Fussell Homer Taylor Charlie J. Thomas L. M. Sanderson C. H. Pope J. N. Home R. T. Croom H. L. Pippin L. L. Potter J. E. Tucker J. A. Smith Ssm E. Pope Stacy J. Evans E. R. Pope J. P. Smith E. G. Chestnntt A. li. Brown G. Carr " J. H. Route Marvin Bradihaw M.'Carr '-, I. T. Quinn R. G. Tucker W. L. Bostte ; ,.'' 'I-' A. Q. Smith '3 ; O. D. Drew, Jr. V Shelton Batts : f'r R. H. Best f h. B. Hnie V , r Robert Frederick W. E. Fussell Dr. J. W. Strsughan M. R. Oates Frank Lee C. D. Lee P. G. Adams J. B. Stroud Frank Casteen James H. C. Hill C.T.Ellis - F. F. Matthews Rodolph Harper Harvey Harper' Johnnie Harper Willie Harper Jim H. Byrd Major W. Sutton Durham Grady . Robert - Grady Mr. ft Mrs. Egbert Grady Floyd Smith's Dempsey Smith- i Thad Kornegay H. D. Maxwell Mrs. Sadie Maxwell Jamie Sontherland Blanchard Sontherland Mr. ft Mrs. Charlie E, Brewer wiiuam carter Pan! Lee ' C;?''". M. B. Holt Ben Frank Outlaw Mrs. Annie M. OnUaw ' Marvin Stroud' Rv. L. C. Prater . . Earl Smith - ' - Mr. ft Mrs. O. S. Thlgpen Mr. ft Mrs. Archie Lanier Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Thlgpen Hampton Baker , Mr. ft Mrs. Jesse F. Brinson Mr. ft Mrs. WUlard D. Brown Mr. ft Mrs. Warren A. Thomas Don Williams , . , - r --1 A Socialist NO! A Communist NO! REMARKS OF DR. JOHN D. ROBINSON, BEFORE A "GRA HAM FOR SENATE" GROUP ON MAT 9, 1950, AT THE COURTHOUSE IN DUPLIN COUNTY: "Perhaps I have known Frank Graham longer than anyone here. When we were boys both of us visited at Garland In the home of his uncle, so I hsve known him sis long as I have known anyone. As a boy be was endeared to mo for Ms kindness and considerations for the feelings of all In contact with him. I fol lowed his career through college, although w did not attend, the same schools. After college he entered the teaching pro fession and I studied medicine. , , ',,..;,V'rff"t.-v ' ' "Soon afterwards, World War I came along and Frank entered the Marino Corps and I the Medical Corps attached to the Air Corps. After the War we came back to North Carolina; Dr. Gra-1 ham first ss professor of History and later as President of the University of North Carolina. I returned to Wallace for general practice of medicine. As early as his Inaugural address, when lav stalled as President of the University, Dr. Graham spoke firmly and strongly against Nssism, Fascism, .Communism and any thing leading to dictatorship and curtailment of the Individual freedoms. In all this time I have never known him to say erl write anything tending to show that he changed his mind n these subjects. . , " Dr. Graham Is perhaps the most conscientious and Christian genUeman ever to represent the State of North Carolina or any other state in the United States Senate. He (s not only Senator for North Carolina, but for the whole United States." H. A. Kennedy Mrs. Mattie Brads haw Freeman Edwards Sam Bass ' R. BVThornley John Warren ' C D. Preeythe Jesse Grice . - Herman Berwick B. C Sellers N. A. Sloan James A. Lambert ' John T. Albrltton Bruce Griee James G. Dickson Ray Smith Ralph W. Wallace Raymond Wallace Paul Grady Mr. ft Mrs. P. E. Thlgpen, Jr. Mr. ft Mrs. Clyde McDoweU Mrs. Maude Simpson Murphy Simpson , Hubert Simpson Mrs. Louella T. Smith Herman Smith - Luther Pickett -Walter M. Thlgpen - Delbert Batto Mrs. Beraloo L. Thlgpen " W. G. Jones , h ' Stokely p. Bostie - W. G. Jones, Jr.- Mrs. Loubelle Williams ' - Rlohard F Williams Raleigh Lanier 8. W. Greshsm J.- D. Sandlin I J. Sandlin, Jr. Eldrldge M. Thlgpen Ralph Thlfpeni Mrs. Mavis B. Thlgpen Earl T3?c?en Mrs. Lis Q. Thlgpen' Cor; "n E. T" ' "en Mrs. C. L. Davis J. W. Smith James Albertson Chesley WilRams. Carr Smith James Miller Ash Miller Norwood MiUer Neal Smith '- John B. Rhodes L. C. Miller . A. H. MiUer Wells Thomas E. B. Bishop ' - , Mrs. Walter Rhodes . ' Mrs." J. H. Sanderson John R. Brinson Gorman Brinson Graham Sontherland - Freeman R. Raynor Ralph Pickett ' , Gordon B. Thlgpen : Dossle Lanier Mrs. A. R. Wood " Margaret W. Oakley - LB. Brown - fM Mr. ft Mrs. Wyatt Hunter Mr. ft Mrs. H. M. Lanier Joe E. Sloan ' J. D, Sloan ' Mr. ft Mrs. Harrel Bryan EUls Hstcher . Bertie Hstcher ' ,. Hugh Hunter ' ' - . Peachle Hunter Mr. ft Mrs. Roswell Sholsr James O. Finer ... . ' , R. D. Sloan - Nettle Sloan ' ' Mrs. Edmond Brinson C. D. Sloan Oliver Sloan . Mr. ft Mrs. G. C. Sloan P. T. Fountain . ' F&nond Erlnson '; ;- .' . W. B. Wsrd Jack J. Lanier Hunter Heath, MD. ! Mrs. T. F. Sanderson Mrs. J. L. Quinn -L. Eugene Quinn Mr. ft Mrs; WUUam DaU McAllen Brown Myrtle Landen G. F. Landen . , O. J. Register G. E. Pickett Sam Bostie ' Jay Sloan Z. J. Jones ' H. B. Brown , ' , Sudie F. Bryan L. T. Fountain " ,' R. N. Jones ' W. C. Brown S. I. Fountain ' ,. Lloyd Padrlck " , L. N. Lanier, Jr. " " Edgar EnglUh. ' C. R. Lanier J, H. DaU Robert R. DaU W. E. Maready Mrs. Elmo Maready Mr. ft Mrs. E. f .Wnaley J. M. Smith ( ., . M. Lanier ' Robert F. Maready , . Eneas Lanier Joe Raynor t Exunt James r , J. R. Kelly ' Graham B. Hanchey John W. Holilngsworth Frank Caveaaugh E. R. Penny ! ,fj, - u , Jim Penny '; Anfr Penny . , ; r.i. Kt' t x
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