The Rusk Cherokeean (Rusk, Tex.), Vol. 15, No. 16, Ed. 1 Friday, October 21, 1932 Page: 4 of 6
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MAN WHO WOULD BE i
MUSSOLINI OP AMERICA
Chicago, Oct. 9—America's would
be Mussolini barked orders Saturday
to bis growing army of Khaki shirts
an army he believes wi'l win many
an important battle on the economic
His name is Smith. He's black-
haired, quick tongued and quick-
fisted. At 35 he has fought in a lot
of wars and under twp flags.From
his newly established office on the
3rd floor of a Loan office building
this American Hit!er predicted Sat-
unlay the triumph of his khaki shirt
ed legions the defeat of Hoover and
a new deal for Washington.
National headquarters of the Kha-
ki# of America, Inc., have just been
established here. National Command-
er Art J. Smith, formerly of the U,
S. cavalry, the infantry, the nation-
al guard of Missouri, the marine
corps and Villa's Mexican insurgents
not to mention the B. E. F., is in
We will be organized in every
state in the Union by the middle of
We will beat Hoover so bad he'll
be sorry he ran again.
We will engineer a new deal for
the boys who have no jobs.
We will pass the bonus bill and dis-
tribute some new money in this coun-
So says Commander Smith. He
spoke belligerently, scattering exple-
tives through sentences. jMen in blue
trench caps a.:d khaki sh'rts kept hob- j
bling in on canes and crutches to get I
fresh supplies of the eight page news-J
paper. Khaki Shirts, that iSome 75]
men are selling on the streets at 10 i
cents a copy. The salesman gets 5 i
cents for each paper hp sells, the.
other nickle goes to the organiza-,
People will tell yi.-u that this is aj
racket, Commander Smith said. But
it's not, because th( re is no easy
money coming in. Each man who
joins pays$l, if he's got it. Three-
fourths of that doilar poes to the
state group, two bits comes to us. We
pay our expenses oat of that fund,
plus what we take in from the news-
Smith, who ran away to join thej
cavalry when he was 14, and who
climaxed his adventures by leading-^
a Kansas City detachment toward:
Washington during the bonus cru-j
sade said he got the idea for his Kha-;
ki Shirts from Mussoli'.i and Hitler.!
We are a political outfit, he ex-
plained, and we don't care who knows!
it. We take any man ov'er 18, whethei' j
he is a soldier or not. We have aux-!
iliaries for the women and we have
got a Junior Khaki Shirts for the
boys. We have got 3,(ft)0,000 mem
bers and we will ha re a lot more.
Those from Texaikara who attend-
ed the funeral of Judge Samuel P.
Willson here Monday vere; Judge
and Mrs. Richard B. levy, Judges,
Geo. W. Johnson, J. Q. Mahaffey, R. |
V. Hollingsworth, L. Rosebourogh,
Will Hankness, William Hodges, Gro-
ver Seilars and Mr.:, Garner.
Those from Henderson: Judges, J.
W. McDavid, Chas. Brockfield and R-1
T. Brown. Vernon McDavid, Victor I
H. Smith, Norman West, C. V. Dow-
dy and Will Futch.
Judge W. J. Townsend of Lufkin
and Mr. and Mrs. Miller Dial of For-
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Gregg have as
their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Gee
KEEP THE HOME TOWN
DOLLAR CIRCULATING AT
J. H. MOSELEY
Thirty two years experience in
OFFICui OVER MUSELFY'8 DRUJ
Practice in AH Courts
Office over P &M.Bink
When we repair flsft
tires we do not use Cold
Patches. Ail punctured
tires are Vulcanized at
no extra cost.
A Special Price on
Lube Oil. as low as 35c
per gallon. Extra Good
Oil at 15c per quart.
■'/V-fivfft' 'Is- '■
6 and 8
Of the six layers (8 j
layers In 6.00 and 6.50 i
sizes) of Supertwist
Cord under the Path-
finder tread, two do not
run from bead to bead
—they are really cord
"breaker strips" anJ
that's what we call
AS LOW AS
'j Many other tires sell at higher prices. But
I the Goodyear Pathfinder gives such fine per-
formance that it has become
J, ONE OF THE 5 LARGEST
f SELLING TIRES in the world!
Because Goodyear buiU'a
the most tires by millions
last month) Goodyear can
f;ive the most value. You
get the benefit here PLUS
OUR EXPERT TIRF, SEli-
C.i. ii "" -ices
Look at These Features
Husky, handsome, heavy,
I 11 T: s.
30x3'/> CI Rft
;v £, n j
4 * — -J
v # T: *
AS LOW AS
Cctiter Traction Safety.
Built with Supertwist
Cord—Good year patent.
Pull Oversize in all di-
Goodyear name and
hot>s* n«D on sfi'ewall.
GuRntfittod for life by
world's larg#at rubber
comp n .
In s «*7
way — n
MIU.IONS llloRE peoi.li.
• ny '«o'hIt +**' Tiros.
30x3l/2 Keg. ci.
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f Haveyou ridden on Goodyear
Alnviisel l ire*—big super-
•oft cushion*) Demonstra-
( tion* (r««.
your old tlr«5 for new
Goodyear A11 -Who thcrs.
Slippery driving day* ahe«<i:
Better be ready.
writs entire life.
White Texaco Gas as
low as 12c per gallon.
Fire Chief gasoline 17c
Batteries as low as
We carry Parts, and
Service any make of
Try The FIRE CHIEF Gas.
We Have Gas as Low as 12c
F or res t & W illiams
Authorized Ford Sales and Service-
The Big Filling Station on the Corner
It Costs No More to Ride on Goodyears
I. 1 .'■k«ws
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The Rusk Cherokeean (Rusk, Tex.), Vol. 15, No. 16, Ed. 1 Friday, October 21, 1932, newspaper, October 21, 1932; Rusk, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth291562/m1/4/: accessed May 25, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Singletary Memorial Library.