Stroud Journal Advert March 1928
VOTE FIRST FOR
No 21 on the Ballot Paper
Sanderson fought the Spider Lane Scheme Secured the Villa Type of Council Housing Fought the high Gas and Electric Charges Alone secured the intervention of the Ministry of Health respecting the impure and inadequate Water Supply
Fought for Modern Low-rented Houses Fought for a Conference to deal with Unemployment
Only secured the Sanitary, Covered Dust Cart,
Opposed the Group System of Voting
C.H. SANDERSON, Kendrick St., Stroud
A FEW PERTINENT QUESTIONS
Are the Rates at the same level with the Increased Assessments?
Who fought for and who bitterly opposed the Water Supply being dealt with.
Has the last three years shown Freedom of Voting under the Group System?
Is more New Blood on the Council badly needed?