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Willis Charges President Is Ruled By Boss Machines Declaring that President Roose velt if, ‘ now surrounded by syco phants who seek his favor, and is ruled by special interests such as corrupt city bosses and the Political Action Committee under the lead ership of alias Sidney Hillman.'1 Gov. Simeon S. Willis of Kentucky yesterday predicted a Republican victory in November. The Kentucky Governor, whose own victory last year upset Demo cratic calculations, addressed a gathering of nearly 400 at a lunch eon given by the Finance Commit tee of the Republican State Com mittee of the District of Columbia at the Mayflower Hotel. Edward F Colladay, Republican national com mitteeman. presided. Gov. Willis said the “hour of de cision is now upon America.” He said President Roosevelt has failed to solve a single problem during 12 years of administration and that Senator Truman of Mis souri, his running mate, “is the product of the Pendergast machine and no one has even suggested that he was fit to be President if that responsibility should fall upon him.** "What could be more sinister than a President dependent for his election upon such a man as Sidney Hillman," Gov. Willis asked. "Re cently Chairman Hannegan of the Democratic National Committee de nied that Mr. Roosevelt told him to clear everything with Sidney,’ but Mr. Hannegan has not denied, will not deny and cannot deny, that he did in fact clear everything with Sidney before it was put through the Democratic National Conven tion.” An honor guest with Gov. Willis was Jouett Ross Todd. Republican national committeeman for Ken tucky and chairman of the Repub lican National Finance Committee. Many Republican leaders of the city attended the luncheon and were in troduced by Mr. Colladay. Ralph W. Clark Dies; Worked at Soldiers' Home Ralph W. Clark, 78, a former sol dier and retired Soldiers’ Home em ploye, died yesterday at Soldiers Home Hospital. Mr. Clark, who lived at 4503 Burlington road, Hyattsville, Md.. served in the Army for 28 years. At the time of his retirement in 1912 he W'as a first sergeant. On his re turn to civilian life he was em ployed for 15 years as a pension clerk at Soldiers' Home. He was born in Garrettsville, Ohio. A veteran of the Spanish-Ameri can War, he belonged to the United j Spanish War Veterans, the Modern Woodmen of America and the Ma sons. He moved from the District to Hyattsville about six years ago. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Mabel K. Clark: a son. Andrew G. Clark. Washington, and one sister, Mrs. Flora Bancroft, Long View, Wash. Funeral services will be held at 10:40 am. tomorrow at Stanley Hall, Soldiers' Home. Burial will De in Soldiers' Home Cemetery. Keys Re-elected Head Of Foreman's Union By the Associated Press. DETROIT, Sept. 20.—The nation al convention of .the Foreman's As sociation of America t independent) yesterday re-elected Robert H. Keys of Detroit as president. William Vallance of Detroit was renamed first vice president, and Allen Nelson, also of Detroit, was elected second vice president, a new post created by the 91 delegates. TRANSFER COMPANY Serving the Nation's Capital for Over a Quarter Century A TRUCK FOR EVERY PURPOSE Commercial and Government Hauling by Courte ous, Efficient and Responsible Men. Hourly Truck ing Service Between Washington and Baltimore. FREIGHT HAULING FREE Truck. Hired on Centred OF ALL KINDS ESTIMATES br Heur' DoV or We«k Wathington Office Baltimore Office 2116 Fifth St. N.E. 1113 Ru.mII St. Phone Mich. 4600 Phono SAratoga 2555 STYLEPLUS DOESN’T DO THINGS DY HALVES! 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Dewey's campaign speech delivered last night in Portland’s Ice Coliseum: It is with a warm and happy feel ing that I come again to the great State of Oregon. It is a privilege to have the opportunity to thank you in person for the friendship your people have shown to me in the past and it is gratifying indeed to have been welcomed so cordially by your friendly and able Gov. Earl Snell. Four years ago when I spoke here in Portland. I pointed out the danger which I believe has now become ap parent td all—the danger of one man government in a free country. At that time Mr. Roosevelt repre sented himself as indispensable to the peace of America. Now, four years later, he seeks a fourth term, for a total of 16 years as President. In the carefully supervised words of his running-mate, Mr. Truman, “the very future of the peace and pros perity of the world depends upon his re-election in November.” Objectives of Both Parties. Peace and prosperity are, of course, the objectives of both parties. My opponent claims to be indis pensable to peace and prosperity. In i other words, he claims that the I United States and the world cannot get along without him. He has chosen thus as the issue of the cam paign. I accept the issue and I challenge it. Now let's find out what are the essential elements of that peace and prosperity we all seek. We know that victory in Europe is close at hand. Soon we shall be able to throw our full strength into the Pacific for the total crushing1 defeat of the Japanese. If we in America are to do our share in help ing to make secure the peace that; will follow victory over both Ger many and Japan, we must be a strong and united people. The first requirements for peace and prosperity are unity in our Government and strength and unity : among our people. Is r fourth term indispensible to that? 12 Years of Disunity. The plain fact is that for 12 straight years, the New Deal has given this country a continuous demonstration of quarreling, dissen sion and disunity. It has set group! against group, race against race, and class against class. Under this administration, business and labor have been set against each other and labor's own house became di vided. | vve have listened without sur cease to the shrill, abusive tirades of Mr. Ickes. We have heard Vica President Wallace recklessly de nouncing unspecified Americans as Fascists. We have been treated , daily to blow-by-blow accounts of (innumerable feuds within the New Deal itself. You will recall the long quarrel between the Vice Presi ; dent and the Secretary of Com merce in which they publicly called each other -‘obstructionist" and! j "liar.” , Then, there was the long series 1 ; of quarrels within the War Pro- i > duction Board—quarrels we now' know to have been promoted bv the iNew Dealers who have at length; t succeeded in taking it over. ’ This j running feud recently culminated in 1 the resignation of several top offi cials of the WPB while the head of the board was shipped off to China by Mr. Roosevelt himself. Quarreling and Bickering. I do not believe in that quarrel ing, bickering kind of government— an administration which cannot unite its own house even in war can never unite the Nation for the tre : mendous peace tasks ahead of us. I We must have the strength of unity within our Government and among our people if we are to con tribute to the building of a lasting peace. As a first step to that end we must have a Government in which the lines of responsibility are clearly laid down. We must have the kind of an administration that inspires team-! work and devotion to the service of the country. I propose that we in-! stall that kind of administration next January 20. The one indispensable thing to achieving this teamwork and devo tion, this unity in Government we have so long lacked, is a change from the indispensable man. With that new unity in our Govern ment, we will achieve the unity among our people so essential to the peace and prosperity of America and of the world. Now there is a second thing that is essential to achieving our agreed objective of peace and prosperity. That essential thing is joint, har monious action between the Presi dent and the Congress. Is a fourth term indispensable to that? Joint Action Needed. The steps we take in these critical years ahead must have the joint support of the Congress and the President. Can any such joint ac tion and harmonious relationship be achieved under this administra tion? It is a matter of common knowl edge that the New Deal has con tinuously sought for 12 years to bring the Congress of the United Slates into popular disrepute. At a result, no bill which this adminis tration can propose to Congress it today received with anything lest than suspicion. The Nation is now reaping the bitter fruit of executive arrogance toward the elected repre sentatives of the people. We need only recall the recent episode when Mr. Roosevelt vetoed the tax bill. On Washington’s birthday he sent to the Congress a veto message so savage and unjust that even the long-suffering and subservient Senator Barkley, Dem ocratic majority leader, rebelled. You remember the moving and im passioned speech that Senator Bark ley made. You remember how, pro voked beyond endurance, he rose in the Senate to denounce the words of the veto message of Mr. Roose velt as “more clever than honest” and as “a calculated and deliberate assault on the legislative integrity of every member of Congress.” You remember how the other Sen ators, regardless of party, rose as one man to cheer this declaration of independence by Senator Bark ley, and the members of the House, regardless of party, crowded into the Senate chamber to shake Mr. Bark ley's hand. Example of Long Trend. But this dramatic episode was only an example of a long contin ued trend. There exists today a hopeless division amounting to open warfare between the Congress and the President. We cannot enter this critical period ahead with a Chief Executive at war with Con gress. It is a part of the job of a President to work in harmony with Congress just as it is part of the job of a Governor to work in har mony with the legislature. I can speak with feeling on that pvint. I have worked closely with the legis lature of my own State. We have had many difficult problems to work out. But we have never found it impossible to reach agreement when we sat down together to discuss these problems. If we cannot agree at the first meeting we meet again, and often sit together far into the night talking the whole thing over and eventually reaching a meeting of minds. If we have learned any lesson from watching the rise of Fascism else where in the world, surely we should have learned the need for strength ening. not undermining representa tive government. My opponent has demonstrated that he cannot work with the pres ent Democratic Congress. How in the name of the future of our coun try can he be expected to get along with the Republican Congress which will certainly be elected this fall? We need in this country an ad ministration that wants to work with the elected representatives of the people and that knows how to do it. We can get such an administration only by getting a new Chief Execu tive. Jobs for All Essential. There is a third thing that is essential to achieving our agreed objective of world peace and pros perity. This absolute essential is a strong and vigorous America with Jobs for all. Is a fourth term in dispensable to that? Once again let's look at the record. When this administration took office in 1933, the depression was already more than three years old. By 1934 that depression had lasted longer than any other in the previ ous 100 years of American history. Yet, there were then 12,000,000 un employed in the United States. By 1940. after the New Deal had been in office a full seven years, it had enjoyed unprecedented "power, it had spent $58,000,000,000 and there were still 10,000.000 unemployed. My opponent had succeeded only in the incredible accomplishment of making a depression last nearly 11 years, twice as long as any depres sion in the previous century. Under the New Deal, we had to have a war to get jobs. » What is the use of going back to the methods of the New Deal which failed so completely for seven years? We need a whole new ap proach to the relationship between the Government of the United States and its people. I will introduce the new ap proach on the radio from San Praptisco on Thursday night of this week. I shall present the philos ophy by which I believe we can achieve our two great goals for America, freedom and security for all. New Approach Needed. Meanwhile it is entirely clear that we need a new approach to the problem of the operation of our Government. We need to revise and radically reduce the unnecessary burdens and handicaps placed by Government upon the job-making machinery of our economic system. We need to revise our present tax policies which now deter every kind of business enterprise which makes jobs. We need a drastic change in Government policies which now in cite labor disputes and place handi caps upon responsible labor leaders in their work. Some of these changes I outlined at Seattle last night. We need above all, a government I RENEW! I 3 Our direct-reduction home loan helps you Ijj 3 achieve your goal of debt-free home years jP* ahead of slower, more costly mortgage ||| plans. No renewal costs is a major economy, Jy plus the fact that interest reduces monthly. | J j which believes in the future of the American people. These then are three elements essential to achieving our agreed ob jective of peace and prosperity in America and in the world, if we are to have unity we obviously need a new administration to bring it about, if we are to have harmony between the President and Con gress, if we are to have a strong and vigorous America with Johs for all, then we need a new administra tion to bring it about. L^t's have no more of this pre tense about indispensable men. There are no indispensable men. If our Republic, after 150 years of self government, is dependent upon the endless continuance of one man in office then the hopes which ani mated the men who fought for the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution have indeed come to nothing. T« Be Work of Many. The peace and prosperity of America and of the world can never depend on one man. The American people know that peace will be the work of many, | many people all over the world for many years. We must build a structure of peace which our peo ple and all people will support not merely this year—or the next four I years but for 25, 50, and many more ; years to come. * It is for these reasons that I have taken unprecedented steps to put the present conferences at Dum barton Oaks on a nonpartisan basis It is my hope—my earnest hope— that in this we have laid the sound groundwork for a future American foreign policy which will always be nonpartisan, regardless of the parti in or out of power. Now what will come after these conferences? Tentative agreements will be reached. Then each of the members of the conferences will go back to his own govrnment for dis cussion of points of agreement and the solution of points of disagree ment. Then we hope that the other na tions of the world will be invited to conferences at the earliest pos sible moment. For there will be no peace unless it is a just peace in which the small and the weak participate as well as the great and the mighty. Common Understanding. The diplomats of these nations al so will work long and hard. Then they, too, will report to their gov ernments. Through that process w-ill come the sound, common un derstanding on which we move to ward a strong, a just and a lasting peace. That is the way to build a lasting peace. In this method there is no indispensable man. The peace we seek must not hang by the slender thread of personal acquaintance of any two or three men. The pages TAX ACCOUNTANT Port time er monthly basil, books • started, kept port time. -Toko ad vantage of latest tax laws, de cisions, opinions. Tax avoidance is legal and savings can be effected by proper planning. Reasonable. * PHONE ORdwoy 2074 I INSURED Safely I for your SAVINGS ACCOUNTS INSURED up to $5,000.00 y the I Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corp. Lamp Sun Invesinenis Now Accepted cam ami BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATION 6940 Wisconsin A v*. Chevy Chase. Mi. 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