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:3Y YOU S:-I0UU5 VOTE FQR: BILL UMSTEAD
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He has worked in behalf of North Carolina farmers for
more than twenty years. He was born and raised oh a
farm. He was a dirt farmer until he was twenty-one
years of age. - ' ', "
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In 1933 he went to Congress and served three terms in
the House and two years as United States Senator.
While a Member of Congress Bill Umstead Worked and
'! 1. The Soil Conservation Service.
2. The Production Marketing Administration
: (Triple A).
3. The Farm Home Administration (Farm Tenant
4. The Rural Electrification Act
5. The Production Credit Associations.
6. The Control Program.
7. Agrculture Research.
; NORTH CAROLINA'S CONGRESSMAN, "FARMER BOB". DOUGH
TON, CHAIRMAN OF THE WAYS AND MEANS COMMITTEE IN
CONGRESS HAS ENDORSED BILL UMSTEAD AND PRAISES HIS
RECORD IN CONGRESS IN BEHALF OF THE FARMER. MR.
DOUGHTON SAYS THAT NORTH CAROLINA NEEDS BDLL UM
STEAD FOR GOVERNOR. ' m
DR. HUGH BENNETT, RETIRED ADMINSTRATOR AND THE FATHER OF THE
SOIL CONSERVATION SERVICE, ADDS HIS WHOLEHEARTED SUPPORT TO THE
LIST OF FARM LEADERS SUPPORTING WILLIAM B. UMSTEAD FOR GOVERN
OR AND HE SAYS:
.William B. Umstead is one' of the best friends that the Soil Con
servation Service has ever had. I consider William B. Umstead one
of the great Statesmen of our time and a tried and true friend of
Mr. Umstead Has Publicly Declared That He Is
Definitely Opposed To New Or Higher Taxes
He favors a bond issue if funds are not available elsewhereto provide adequate school facilities for all the
children of our State, and to MAINTAIN SBGEEGATION IN OUR PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM as REQUIRED
by the OONSTTTUTION of NORTH CAROLINA. ' . '
' He favors the entire program of the UNITED FORCES FOR EDUCATION within the limits of available rev
V pV enue, which calls for redaction mteac services and supplies.
He has made no rash promises which can not be carried out without endangering the economy of the State
Government ' . v .
, - If elected to serve the people of North Carolina, as their Governor, he will not attempt to dictate or personally
, V select his successor to the office. - "
mW W YOU VOTE ON MAY 3U
Foi BiM Umstead With This Record Or For Mr. Olive
: " s' Who Has pone Nothing For The . Farmers
(IF. MR. OLIVE HAS A RECORD OF AID TO FARMERS. WE WILL: GLADLY HAVE IT PUBLISHED
AND PAY FOR PUBLICATION.) .
TIUS AD COjjmUBUXED BY UMSTEAD FOR GOVERNOR COMMITTEE
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ROBERT, POLLOWELL and J. 7. WARD, (Managers
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