The Detroit News-Herald (Detroit, Tex.), Vol. 9, No. 8, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 21, 1936 Page: 4 of 4
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spend mt other moo*? earned .some of th-Lr rights. privileges . ent? will be benefited if th
bv them. t and benefits restored to them , Urmei $ are given fair threat
Tike oili that <**.- enacted in-, and greater protection from the nent.
to Law to pay the veterans in- greedy and powerful. President Ruosevelt
volved the mme principle that j , r —_____. It has been mv privilege am
I advocated in my campaign ' >n«*frw t<> U • pleasure to cooperate with ou
for congress in 19t2&. In my j 19 rws“ great leuder. the Honorabl
platform. I advocated dating; The privilege has been af- Franklin D. Roosevelt, Presid
these certificates ISIS instead^: fordrd me - to speak in many ent of the United States, in hi
of 1925. In all my speeches I j sections of the nation, In fact, efforts for relief, reform am
disclosed that if the certificates; without interferring with my recovery. It was known tha
were dated as of the time the; congressional duties. I have vis-j mistakes in the administratioi
services were rendered and a i itprf every state in the union of relief would be made, but
fair rate of interest allowed.: most of the principal cities, j subscribe to the views of ou
each veteran would be entitled' where I discussed'questions of President who said if a mistak
Wright Patman Announces
For Re-Election to Congress
By WILL BOGEBS
TJEOPUE jjet awful funny about
* their food acmetimea. They get
all kinds of fads, like eating raw
wheat sad weeds and aucli. Some
people that eat in restaurants won't
tr.ct for their support in the
past. In return for this honor j
I have rendered the,Very best;
aenrke that I was capable of;
tendering. A member of Ce»4
gress who properly represents!
his constituents is considered;
more efficient and effective for
the people he represents with l
Tuber 1, 1931. So thoroughly, with others having opposing people of this country have
did I succeed in selling this to i views. I believe that I am en-! ne\ er had a bi tter fyiend in
the country that the law that titled to a fair share of the the White House than Pvesid-
was finaHv written recognized : ervdit for selling the people of ent Roosevelt.
touch a bite till they’ve had a pint
of hot water, and others do all sorti
of queer things for their health.
One guy , due:
In Booth Ti
No Master Rot the People
\Ty record has encouraged;
that we the active opposition of holders
geth-jof special privilege and the;
reedy. It makes me feel good, j
mvever. to realize that £ have
upon j known no master hut the peo-
a town, was sore because he order-
ad liver and b.acon and nobody
brought it. As he was looking
around he saw a customer at a
tabie behind him going through
funny muttons-. He wee one of these
food and health nuts,, and he was
doing exercises purtly unilqr the
by placing the date October I. no ela-s. group or section can
1931 in the law as the time be prosperous alone
th amount was due the vet-J. mUst ail be prosper
erans. The first bill on this-; t-r or th< re will be ___ ___
I subject that was introduced &*.[ prosperity: that the twenty-six | h.c
: the House of Representatives, miUion people dependent
' was .introduced by me on Mav ■ agriculture must have good"!
f 2$. 292SK I spent thousands i prices for what they produce or
| of dollars of my funds in this j they cannot buy and puy a fair
campaign, ‘knowing that it was price for what is manufactur-
a just cause and.that such pay-, ed by the thirty-six million peo-
ment would help all the people j pie engaged in manufacturing
as well as the veterans. | and mechanical pursuits or pur-
This was a campaign prom- chase the services of the eleven
ise of major importance that! million people in the business
of traia portation and commun-
ication or patronize the eight-
een million peopel dependent up-
table, and partly out in the aisle.
Tha one that was waiting for
liver and bacon says, “What’s tl»*
Joke, kid ?”
“No joka at all. I do this for
So the first guy started jumping
up on the table and kicking tha.
“Here, What’s the matter?” yell-
ed the manager, coming running
"Nothing at all,” he says, “only
I’m doing this for my liver and
(American Haws Featurai, Luc.!
MAY 30 - - STA
the office. It Is my hope that ■
the record I have made will!
meet with the approval of the
- My Record Has Favored
1. Adequate old age pensions.
Our aged people have contrib-
uted greatly to the building of
our country and the creation
of its wealth in time of peace;
received* L. L. B. degree. Cumb- vvas carried out 100 per cent:
erland University. 1915; assist- involving billions of dollars. ’Ve'
ant to prosecuting: attorney of won because we had the right
Cass County. 1916-17; United side and succeeded in reaching| on distribution. Farmers were
States Army. 1917-19; married the people with the truth. f never able to get lower inter-j
they have" font children—all When I first entered congress‘tits and ' other aid which gave;
h>y»; served four years as a £ wa5 convinced that the then! them additional purchasing,
member of the Texas Legislat- secretary of the Treasury, An- power until th<-* people in the:
ure; district attorney^ for 5 drew W. Mellon, was the great-' cities and the non-farming sec-
year- of the ftt.uh .judicial d;st- est' enemy of farmers, wage firms' were -old on the theory i
riot of Texas; elected to the. earners and poor and unfortun-j that they themselves would bei
Seventy-first Congress and the _ ute people. of any man in our. helped by helping the farmer^,
succeeding Congresses; is a nation; that his policies were, This sound dix.-trir.ei have per-i
Baptist; thirty-second degree causing monopolies to Be creat-' spnally carried in o every -fate j
Scottish _Rite Ma-on: member ed for his own profit, causing and never a speech did I make’
of the American Legion. tfie independent business, and <-j- that r did not impress upon the
Disabled American Veterans of pecially the small banks of the audience fhat this nation can-j
the World War. although not country, to be crushed out of, not prosper unless the farmers
■privileged to serve overseas existence; and that he was il- are prosperous. I have taken j
during the war by reason of a legally holding the position, r advantage of every opportune v ;
service - connected disability, commented impeachment pro- that afforded me the priv’lege j
and an honorary memoer of the e edings against him, which re- of carrying this message \o the J
Veterans- of Foreign Wars. suited in driving him^ from of- people of this great nation in,
-- : ' ’ ' fice. The charges were arnly the hope that even gr ater hen-;
notes ♦currency) against the sustained by, proof before a efit-. including a policy of cost
Drooertv and earning power of congressional committee. I con- of production plus a fair pro-1
Wood For Sale
Heater wood, all lengths, and
stove wood,—Gto. Hollingsworth.
Midway, Detroit, Rt. 2
MASSAGE YOUR AGE
A WAY... WITH THIS
generously draw upon its na-
tional wealth for their benefit.
2. Good prices to farmers
and good wages to workers.
3. Refinancing and financing
form and home loans at a low*
rate of interest over a long per-
iod of time In order to encour-
age home ownershfp and reduce
4. Guaranty of bank, depos-
its. . , i
5. Sound constitutional mon-
ey instead of Wall Street Sue-
How To Reduce
Rub Gently Upward Toward tho Heart
as Blood in Veins Flows That Way
Moisten the skin ... rub in a deb
of Pompeian Message Cream, un-
til the cream roils out.. .'and with
it come afl the pore impurities,
leaving the skin fresh-and young
as a baby'sl This great aid to skin
health, made by a company with
nearly half a century of experi-
ence behind it, is absolutely indfc-
pensable to the man or woman
who values youth and good looks.
FRfcE sample will be sent on re-
quest. Just send your name and
Many people buve become despondent
because they have been led to believe
that there ia no 'remedy that will reduce
swollen vein's and bunches.
-If you will get a two-ounce original
bottle of Moone’s Emerald Oil (full
streugrni at any first-duns drujf store
and apply It night and morning aa
directed you should quickly notice aa
improvement. Continue to apply Emer-
ald Oil until the reins and bunches are
Moone’s Emerald Oil ia a harmless.
yet most powerful penetrator and two
ounce* Inst a very long time. Indeed,
so powerful ia Emerald Oil that old
chronic sores and ulcers are often en-
tirely healed. It has brought much com-
fort to worried people all over the
For generous sample send 10 cente
I silver or stamps) to cover cost—moil-
ing—packing to Dept. A.M.. Interne-
tionoi Loboaxieries, Inc.. Rochester. N. T
The POMPEIAN Co.
5. Concentration orf wealth;
and power. One New York hank
has directorship- In more than
4.04)0 of” the largest mamifac- j
tuning, industrial . and utility
concerns , in America, whone
businesses reach into every j
eounty and village. Another
large* New York bank ha.- more
than 2.000 such directorships.
One of the greatest menace? to ,
the happiness and prosperity of.
our people Is the enormous in-
fluence exerted "by a few peo-!
pie through concentration of
wealth and paver.
Payment of Past Due Debt |
I have been given greater
credit than any other person
for the World War veterans j
collecting their adjusted ser-'
vice certrfiactes now instead of
in 2945. I am glad to report
to tiie veterans in the district
that I have the honor to re-
present that I have been in-
strumental In getting them
their money this year instead
cf permitting the reamfmhi of
their certificates being eaten
urp by the payment of compound
interest between now and 1945.
It m of great satisfaction to
me to know that these pay-
ments wiTT relieve much suffer-
mg and distress and will bring
Are Your Assurance of
TT isn’t necessary to say much to people who come In to
X nuke an actual Inspection of the new 1936 Kelvinator.
It represents value that chey can see for themselves 1
Take temperature, fur instance. There’s no need to
guess about it. Kelvinator’s unique Built-in Thermometer
shows exactly how cold It is . .. gives absolute assurance
of safe, dependable, unvarying protection.
Then there’s ecor* my of operation. Kelvinator pro-
vides a wcitjpn Certificate of Low Cost of Operation that
tells tn advance that current consumption will be low.
Important, too, is the service you can expect from a
refrigerator. Kelvinator gives you a signed assurance of
dependability, the manufacturers* Five Year Protection
«med tt. The government oon-
fe»sed the debt to them. We
finally succeed'd m getting it
paid like the government pay*
af! of its debts. The veterans
have a right to spend It m the
|\AUSlC ■ qqSSIP romance
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The Detroit News-Herald (Detroit, Tex.), Vol. 9, No. 8, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 21, 1936, newspaper, May 21, 1936; Detroit, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth901854/m1/4/: accessed November 14, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Red River County Public Library.