The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 31, 1936 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, October 31, 1936
Page 6
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snc BI,YTIIEVILLB (ARK.) .COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1938 Mississippi County Must Not Fail President Roosevelt Few residents of Mississippi • comity question the benefits which the Roosevelt administration has brought them. Many have already responded liberally'to the-appeal for funds lo'finance I he President's re-election,campaign. The hatlle is .nearly over and it appears- thai it has been won. But I here are two reasons \yhy those wlio have not contributed to the campaign fund should do so, even at this late hour. In the first place the money is badly needed. The Democratic party lias received few large contributions from men of great wealth. It has had to rely upon farmers and small business men to supply it with the means lo meet an opposition campaign hacked by the limit less financial resources of those who sought ihe President's defeat. When the bills are all in the party will be faced with a serious deficit. • In the second place it should be a point of .honor for each of us to do his part in behalf of an administration that has been our friend in time of need. Have yon done your part? Have yon written your name on the Roosevelt Roll of Honor? It is loo late for the county campaign fund committee lo make further personal calls for contributions. Bui it is not too late for each citizen of this county, upon his own initiative, to do his pan. If you have not yet given to the Democratic •Campaign Fund, or if'you feel that your original contribution was not in proportion to the benefits yon have enjoyed under the Roosevelt administration, mail or deliver your check to either of the undersigned. DEMOCRATIC CAMPAIGN FUND A. F. BARHAM, Chairman Osoeola District C. II. WILSON, Chairman Cluckasawha District

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