The Denison Press (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 67, Ed. 1 Wednesday, September 8, 1937 Page: 2 of 4
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What Labor Day Showed About
Lewis And Green
There is such a vast difference be-
tween the speeches made on Labor day by
John Lewis, head of the CIO faction, and
Wm. Green, head of the AF of L that even
the most cursory observor will see that I
Mr. Lewis is the kind of leader whoj will1
soon wreck his movement.
For the other man, Mr. Careen, it is
easy to see that he is the type not too am-
bitious for* himself nor is he trying to
swing a movement as a club to beat some
one over the head as Mr. Lews threatens
Mr. Green recognizes he has the in-
terest of the movement as such, and would
not hazard its welfare by taking a posi-
tion of dictatorship and holding it up as
a weapon to destroy all who might throw
themselves in his or the movement's way.
Mr. Green's attitude is that of a man
who believes in the cause he represents
as being its own best argument, and is
willing for its case to be pleaded in the
courts of human relations.
On the other hand Lewis takes an ar-
bitrary position about everything concern-
ing labor and would be the driver of men,
business, and even presidents.
Mr. Green has not torn off any more
shingles than he could cover during the
same day and has kept his house from get-
That can not be said of Lewis—he
does not know the value of such strategy.
He is not a strategist, he is a man mad for
power and leadership and once his plans
go haywire, he loses control of himself and
Labor day showed the whole thing up
to the people who are observing.
"The boom for Garner for President
is premature," declared Tom Miller of
Austin Monday. There will be many who
do not agree with Mr. Miller on the ground
that the people who do not go so
strong for the new deal are looking about
for a Democrat who may be able to save
the situation at the next election. It will
take just such a man as Mr. Garner to
turn the trick. Who started this third term
talk? Isn't it a little premature also?
Counteracting that is of importance, it
would seem, hence the boost for Garner.
LOOK ON THIS PAGE FOR YOUR DAILY WANTS
The "Room# to Rent" and
"Board and Lodging" col-
umns will bring you desir-
able people—and rooms ad-
vertised generally rent with-
in 3 days.
THE DENISON PRESS
INTERESTING BITS ABOUT
We don't know whose busine«
it is, but some one ought to make
it theirs. We refer to that bog
hole on Chamdler avenue between
Gandy and Sears streets which
has been there for several weeks
now. Some ironical fellow ha*
stuck up a small stick and fas-
tened a red flag on it. Just what
it is all aboui and why the Ion-
wait to fix it up, we don't know,
but something should be done
pbout it. Speaking about doinflt
something about things, a walk
up any one of the alleys in the
residence section will reveal that
not two pel' cent of the alleyways
Exquisite Beauty In
Brown suede buckle pump with
red trim. Has a 19.8 Conti-
nental Keel. . . one of the
season's smartest crea-
N tions designed to fit
your foot perfectly.
Black Gabardine with black lus-
tre kid trim 19.8 Continemt-
N, al heel, gore pump. In
keeping with the new
season this is a high
. - - J*
Black Gabardine with black
patent trim. Gore pump with
19.8 heel. A popular style
pump that you will enjoy
wearing. Too you'll
enjoy its good looks
,* tar brand'
Brown suede with red cedar
suede trim. 15.8 Cuban cov-
ered heel. A dainty little
shoe that is comfortable
and good looking.
These may lye had in either
black or brown. A stitch-
down oxford with 11-8
leather heel. This make"
a dandy school oxford
too. It is neat and
A trim-tred health shoe in
brown suede with brown
calf trim. This is a high
quality shoe that will
help the arches of
your foot to be-
^ No. 7022
UBl a heel latch shoe. Multi-color
in brown, evergreen and rust
ri, • suede. Side gore pump
with 19-8 Continental
heel. (A snug fitting
shoe that looks
,* neat, wears well.
Hck of resdiences are in a half
way decent jsanttaity condition
Ihe alleys are a fright and some-
thing should be done about them
Again, burning trash in the al-
leys in the down town area m
something that should be stop
ped. There are several cases of
this offense and action should be
taken by the fire marshall at
cnce before we have a disastrous
"When a fellow looks at hu
children as they come in for ga-
therings like some of the families
of Denison during Labor Day, he
begins to realize time ig passing
on his hands," declared Verne
W. Murray when a certain citizen
told him how many of his children
fat down at the table for the
noon meal Monday. "I know what
it means just from seeing my
own tots grow. It seems no time
since they were babies in arms. I
realize I am getting older."
Speaking of families, Mac New-
som has the idea that a fellow
to have his children bless the home
while he is a young man, Is the
better way for a couple to bring
up children. Mac says then by
the time he is middle age, he will
nave reared a family and he will
still be able to carry on at the
ta«k of building up a business.
6 p. m. NBC—One Man's
Family, WDAF WOAI WMAQ K
PRC WHO WFAA WLW KOA W
KY WSM KfOO. CBS—Caval-
cade of Music, KRLD KSL WHAS
WWL WBT KMOC WBBM.
6:30. NBC—Wayne King's or-
chestra, WMAQ WOAI WDAF K
PRC WHO WFAA. CBS—Ken
Murray, KTSA KRLD KOMA K
TRH KM OX WHAS WBBM KS
L WBT WWL.
7.. CBS—Frank Parker, KRLD
KOMA KWKH KGKO WHAS WB
BM KMOX KTRH. NBC—Town
Hall Tonight, WHO WDAF WMA
Q KPRC WFAA WOAI WLW
7:30. CBS—Jessica Dragon-
ette, KRLD KOMA KTSA WHAB
WBBM KMOX KTRH.
8. NBC—Hit Parade, WLW W
DAF WOAI WMAQ KPRC WSM
WHO WFAA KVOO. CBS—Gang
Busters, KRLD KOMA KTSA W
HAS WBBM KTRH KMOX KW
KH KSL KGKO.
8:30. CBS—Cabinet Series, W
ACO KGKO WBBM WBT KOMA
WWL KTRH. Lovely, Lady, KR
9. NBC—Amos 'n Andy, WLW
KOA WDAF WOAI WMAQ KPR
C WFAA KVOO. CBS—Poetic
Melodies, KRLD KOMA KTSA W
HAS WBBM KMOX KTRH KSL
9:30. NBC—Russ Morgan's oiv
chestin, WHO WKY WDAF WSM
WMAQ. CBS—Roger Pryor's or-
chestra, KRLD WBT KNOW K
WKH WACO KGKO KOMA KTR
H. Orchestra, KRLD WBT KNO
W KWKH WACO KGKO KOMA
KTRH. Orchestra, WFAA.
10. NBC—Paul Whiteman's or-
chestra, WKY WBAP WDAF WE
NR. CBS—Ted FioRlto's orches-
tra, KRLD KGKO WHAS KTRH
KWKH WACO WBT.
10:30. CBS—Gershwin Mem-
orial, WBT KRLD WHAS KWKH
WBBM KTSA WACO KGKO KN
OW KOMA. CBS—Andy Kirk's
orchestra, WOAI WDAF KPRC
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WHO WENR. Orchestra, WBAP.
11. CBS—Memorial Concert,
KWKH WHAS KTSA WBBM K
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C—Don Fernando's orchestra, WS
M WENR KOA WLW WOAI WK
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And t«tcn (Au«m
News Quiz Column
m — •
1.—Samuel Johnon, 18th cen-
tury poet and crtiic.
2.—More than 179.
I 3.—TCU and All-American
quarterback of 1936 starred in
the college all-stars game Mon-
day against the Chicago Bears.
I 4.—A replica of the historic
i. 5.—They stated that the Jack-
were several weeks ahead of the
Lions in physicl condition.
6.—Miss Pauline Notgrass.
7.—Discharges follow in the
paths of their predecessors in
rapid succession. .
1 8(.—Rock Mountain kjuarlries,
300 miles west of Denver.
1 9.—Fossilized in a diatromite
deposit near Lomoc, Calif.
Vodka, a Russian distilled 11-
quir, is known in some parts of
America as "Forty-Rod".
'For Colds - - Salicylate
■That's what modern doctors say.
That's what Alka-Seltser Is. In-
stead of being administered In .
itwo disagreeable doses, Alka-Seltzer
'furnishes this medication In one
Ilf you ever used any tiling mere ef-
fective th- n Alka-Seltzcr for Acid
Indigestion, Headache, Muscular,
Rheumatic ai. ' Sciatic Pains, we
will refund the money you paid for
your first package.
Tour druggist sails Alka-Seltzer.
60S W. Main 8t.
W. F. WEAVER
624 W. Main Phons 27i>
FOR LIFE, FIRE
WINDSTORM AND HAIL,
AND AUTO LOANS SEE
J. V. CONATSER
Pho. 173 115 S. Burnett
Drive Safely—Wot CurUuly
THINGS THAT NEVER HAPPEN
Very often >• you grew
older your digetti vc «y t-
tem becomet deficient
and your blood can not
get the proper nourish-
ment. You feel littlest
•nd worn out. Try
a single bottle ot
famous old Hos-
tetter's. Its stimu-
lating nerbs and
roots'quickly help in
revitalizing the diges-
tive glands. At drug
WH/YI l-CL SIR.
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Bus iness and Professional
Directory of Denison
Draughon'i practical Business Collage t
J. W. Adamson, Eroprietor
One month's salary pays for entire course
MORRISON'S BARBER SHOP
Where you get first class
Sanitary Barber Serylce
Two Barbers to Serve You
ODA STEWART H. M. MORRISON
605 W. MAIN
BARBER. AMD BEAUTY SHOP
Improve you looks In comfort
COOL " — OLEAN
409 W. Mala
Phone 714 for Beauty Appointments
029 W. Main
YELLOW FRONT STORE
New and Used Clothing
—We buy all kinds of Used Clothing—
See McManus when you want to
Buy Anything S'ell Anything
204 W. MAIN
Damp Wash 16 pounds ... 49a
QuiH? 6 for $1.00
Laundry Work At Sensible Prices
Phone 888 619 Shepherd
DR. B. R. BUSBY
Complete Optical Service *
814% W. Main St. Phone 83
SPECIAL FINANCING OFFER
( On Bird Roofing
Have your roof fixed with Bird Roofing,
your house painted and repaired and have
it all included in one bill with payments
Spread over a 6 month to 8 year period.
See ug for details.
DENISON SASH and DOOR CO.
422 W. WOODARD
Buy And Save
• 2B to 50 per cent
A complete line of New and Used Pall
Clothing and Shoes for Men, Women
J. C. REECE
Musical Instruments Jewelry
206 W. Main
DENTIST ~~ '
8 A. M. to 8 P. M.
DR. P. L. CHASTAIN
418 W. Main Denison
For EXPEfiT RADIO SERVICE at Lowest
Prices. All repairs guaranteed 90 Days.
DENISON RADIO SERVICE
411 W. Main
Better Radio Repairing
RCA Tubes Motorola radios
Western Auto Associate Store
Radio and Bicycle Service
Good Penn. Oil Davis DoLuxe Tires
FRFE Ci anltcftse and Tire Service
B01 W. Main
10c per person
118 N. Rusk Phone 264
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