JTH Roosevelt Corsicana Daily Sun 10-19-1932
PLAN TO OFFSET FORD'S ACTIVITY BY USE STICKERS WASHINGTON. Oct. 19.—(/P>— A proposal to distribute automobile windshield stickers bearing the slogan "This Ford votes for Roosevelt" to "conteracl" Henry Ford's advice to his employes to vote for President Hoover, wns announced today by Jerome T. Harriman, through the National Progressive League. "Henry Ford may be able to coerce his working men, whose wages he has several times reduced under the Hoover administration, into voting to re-elect Hoover," Harriman said, "but he can not Intimidate the Ford owners, who are much more numerous." The league said Hp.rrlman was a general circus agent whose or ganization represents all of tho traveling showmen of the coun try and that he proposed to use his contacts "in almost every county in the United States" for distribution of fhe stickers. Sun want ads brine results.