The Denison Press (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 132, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 7, 1938 Page: 2 of 4
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THE DENT80N PRESS
WED., DEC. 7th, 1938
THE DENISON PRESS
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liberty of the individual and the right to
pursue happiness, even though there are
numerous minority groups among us, as a
matter of fact most of us have not sounded
the depths of what it means to enjoy this
country and its native blessings and privi-
It is only when we are shocked by such
things as are now going on in Germany, di-
rected by those in authority, that we begin
to check up on our precious heritage.
Only in part even now, as a matter of
fact, can most of us appreciate the real
depths of our blessings. We can not, until
• we have tasted some of the bitters of the
minorities in actual experiences, know the
dullness of the meaning of the liberty
wherewith we have been set free.
It is a worthy tribute, however, that
we pay our sense of appreciation of the
Help the Helpless
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.... $2.00 -ights that others have when we are stir-
•ed deeply by the atrocities to which the-
minorities in Germany are forced to bow
that we raise our voice against It and take
steps to try and bring succor to them.
What matters it if our willingness to
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after 30 day? from date of first insertion. J help those in distress is branded by liltlei
as partisan steps in this country against
him? We suppose the same position
would have been taken by those thieves
vho robbed the "certain man" who travel-
ed to Jericho regarding the Samaritan who
poured on the oil and set the wounded man
on his beast.
Ptons such as are being taken by men
like Karl Hoblitzelle are typical of the
American heart. Not only should we show
our appreciative patronage, but we should
alio leave an offering extra to match the
splendid effort of the theatre corporation
of which Mr. Hoblitzelle is the managing
There is an abysmal difference be-
tween men like Hoblitzelle and Hitler.
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Thank God, We Have No
Hitler To Curse Us
While Americans talk glibly about
OTHER EDITOR'S THOUGHTS
rant even the lifting of an eye
TRUE CHRISTMAS SPIRIT Santa iClaus shattered because brow. But when Kahn meets Kshn
Here, ps well as throughout the Santa Claus passad aim by. That t is preceded by some preliminar
land Christmas will be an enjoy- *s a s.tuatibn that will exist in jes jn h0pe or fearj as the cas'.
many l-onies Decem ber 2i> un ess may ^at relationship exist'.,
those able to make it otherwise do Gordon Kahn is a product o'
something about it. New Yo„k newspaperin!r. A na
Fortunately Greenville does tiye f Goth h *
not have a large number of „ .. TT . ' , _ . . ^
homes where Santa Claus will not U.mbla U"lverslty sch°o1 of Journ'
y isit, but there are a few. They al sm and then worked for year;
u, uiuc.o csn be made just ai happy as a reP°rter and re-write man on
Christmas time all because of a those Where plenty exists if the Ne™ York, pap.®r®- ,
difference in financial status. E3- >'eal Cfoirstmas spirit, that of giv- When asked if he had ever done
oecially does it seem unfair whera is demonstrated by those who anything big as a New York re-
1 are fortunate. porter, he replied:
Every Greenvillite financially "Well,I once spooned Damon
r.ble should make it a point to Rnnyon on an execution story at
play Santa Claus to some neeJy Sin™ S'ng."
family th's Christmas. It gives one Chance brought him a career a«
a wonderful feeling of satisfac- a screen writer am, he has ^
t-n—Greenville Banner. , writ n(r fof picture> nQw fQr gev_
INTERESTING RfTS ABOUT | "T sold a s^ort storv to a rns<r.
Iaz'ne «<nd the sfory was bonsrht bv
a studio," he said. "The s'ndjo
sont for me to de^plon it. * f'e"
able season but there will be many
homes wherein sadness will be
more poignant than usual because
Somehow it doesn't appear quite
fair for there to be joy in soma
homes and sorrow in others it
children are involved.
! Not hi n ? tears Che heart strings
more forcibly than the picture nf
a disappointed child who tearfully
scans an empty stocking on
Christmas morning, his faith in
"T\e W'"ked Flea." columnist
for the Ardmore Dailv Ar-'rnnv* •,
obser"es that with all "this fed-
eral money f'oati->g around it
would be a g~and dea to
b"iM a "ew auditovt.
um." On which subtest there
is a great deal of d''ffere""e :i
opinion. Sor"°*:m s pities wWwt
them are "lad to he u^ahlp ' >
grant certain groups some pla-e
in which +1 ihe'r meet-
ing-. This world is mo'-insr ?o
f «t ®nd conditions in forei-ri
enimtries nVnr— drastically
, ' ♦* « V>«cj V nrr)
p.wa" from any given country for that other stories just followed in
a period of a few years assumes
a Treat deal when they would go
(•bout no-w Ic+ur'ng. on su-iV sub-
'p_ts as "Tho Truth 4hn"t Hit'er's
G^rmanv." Something like a son
cf the late Fev. J. W. Hill who
cprved a Denison church. The
"~uriT fellow v'sited for a few
f'p"s in the Indian Territory ei'fl
"ot h!" first frlimrre of that ccun-
*rv. but that did not deter him
f-oni asunv'n? to deliver a talk cri
"Mnnnprs and Customs of >he
'wpriVnn Ind'ans." Later in life
1-" '-"'rVo.1 at his nerve.
land of prepense—Hollywood—the
wrest of jewels is a person who
thinks his job is a "pushover" and
who makes no implied claims of
Such a person is screen writer
HOLLYWOOD (UP)—In the Gordon Kahn. But first a word
By ALEXANDER K\HM
By Jack Patton
even hate iaickey
m0use m p0peve
24-Hour Ambulance Service
Phone l-OO—229 W. Candy
P. D. Q. Delivery
WE DELIVER ANYTHING
or Deliveries, 10c
"ho. 68 518 W. Main
Watchea, Clock*. Ring*
and spectuale repairing. If
a watch is properly cleaned,
it must be stripped down to
3D to 48 pieces, cleaned,
rinsed, dried, polished and
oiled correctly to prevent
The low rent district en-
ables us to give lower prices.
See us for special prices on
complete overhaul job.
.. Every Job Guaranteed ..
207 S. Austin
wmm i ii i ■ ■ ii ■IIIII ii ■tiiiiiiiiiwa—
One Day Service Reasonable Prices
Fulce Mattress Factory
419 N. Houston
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From the Dallas Dispatch-Journal
"I write newspaper stories. Doz-
ens of them. When a studio wants
a yarn w th a newspaper back-
ground, they call on me. And my
heroes are all reporters.'
Kahn says his newspaper train-
ing has been invaluable to him in
screen writing through having
taught him prec sion and brevity.
In answer to the question, "Is
screen writing hard?" he replied:
"It's a cinch. Just be entirely
logical, a little clever and try to
Vrget that you are hack writin;
and you'll get along f.ne." ,
Crippled Brace Maker Aids
Thousands of Youngsters
J r ~
"' Rer. L N. Demy tayn
I have found nothing b tkt
past 20 years that can take th*
place of Dr. Mile* Anti-Pain
Pill*. They are a tun relief foe
Sufferers from Headachy
Neuralgia, Toothache, Backache
Sciatica, Rheumatism, Lumbaga,
Neuritis, Muscular Pains, Peri-
odic Pains, write that they have
used Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pilla
with better resultr *han they had
even hoped for. *
Countlew Americdh hotua
wives would no mora think
of keeping house withoot .De.
Miles Anti-Pale Pills than wltiw-
out flour or sugar. Keep a pack-
age in your medicine cabinet and
save yourself needless suffering
At Drug Stor n—~ic and fLDO
* * ■
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Sale of Unclaimed Goods
We, the Waters Furniture store,
203 W. Main street, Denison, Tex-
as, will sell, after December 1, the
furniture belonging to one B. H.
Horner, for a sum equivalent to
the storage and other expenses
charged to same.
J. E. MEADOR, DDS.
110 N. BURNETT
First Door North Security Bldg.
for sale or t^ade
Clean 1938 Macrazinei Prefarred
119 W. Main
W. F. WEAVER
524 W. MAIN PHONE 272
506 W. MAIN
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For Christmas Purchase*
M. K. JONES
DR. J. B. WHITE
Announces removal of his
office to 211 Security Bldg.
Res. Phone 1620
SEE US FOR
Oane Hot Water Heatei*.
And Wall Heaters
Quick Repair Service
E. V \N. HOESEN
Ill N. Fannin Pho. 132i
B. J. LINDSAY
THE INSURANCE MAN
—W I N T E R I Z E—
It's Time For COLD WEATHER LUBRICATION
Big SavingsT Top Quality!
! Radiator Repairs United Motors Service
J Wrecker Service Open Day and Night
GATE CITY GARAGE
: 209 S. Rusk Phone 817
EAT • . . whore the food u of
the beat . . . where ..you ..will
find the greatest variety on the
menu . • • where the service
is always proimpt and efficient.
Across from Rialto Theatre
'Quality Food Served Clean"
OPEN ALL NIGHT
If it's an out-of-town
WE HAVE IT!
A complete line of maga-
zines and newspapers.
Union Station Open 11 p. m.
Painting & Papering
802 S. Houston
RCA RADIO TUBES
Service AM Makes
408 S. Mirick Pho 261
If It Is
Than Yon Ne*d
• WELDING SHOP
114 South Austin
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RE L I A B L IT
"A Sure Start for Every Car"
GUARANTEED UP TO 30 MONTHS
SPECIAL Battery Recharging . . . 39c ■
STAR TIRE STORE
LOUIS J. RIOCHAT, Owner
309 W. Woodard Phone 676
Fresh dressed fine chickens,
for those extra meals.
Everybody Likes Chicken
211 S. Austin
Honestly, Monty, I don't see
who3 keeps women from freezing
this kind of weather.
Ah - Ah, Mr. Merlin,
you're not supposed
to see that!
■> s.s.ii. s . i, rri
Louis German, prince of brace makers, once a cripple himself, is
shown here working at his labor of love—making braces in his shop at I !
'he Texas Scottioh Rite Hospital for Crippled Children to provide relief 1 '
and corrected limba for the lit tie patients In the institution. Kor almost !
15 years he has toiled thus, having manufactured and kept in repair |
■or* than 7,000 bracaa far crippled youngster*. y
Try Your Skill!
Shoot For Prizes
5 Practise Shots 10c
15 Practice Shots 25c
Week'y High Score Prize
206 W. MAIN
A Bigger Bundle
16 lb. Damp Wash
Quilts 6 for
4 regulation alleys for sport
and tournament play.
Get a Membership Card
\CbK WINTER OUTFITS, to be smart, must be
fresh looking and presentable. Depend on our reno-
vating service regularly—we keep garments smart!
16 Lb. Minimum
.Per additional lb. .
Clothes washed, starched
and dried; flat work iron-
ed. Per lb..., 6c
Wearinjr clothes' washto.
dried, .starched and iron-
ed, lb. 18c. Flatwork
weighed separately and
finished, lb. Sc.
Clothes washed and
dried, flat work ironed,
With any service adver-
tised here for only 10c
Quiltg and Blankets
Washed, 5 for $1.00. All
wool comforts and blankets
1AU N DERFRS * DRY CLEANERS* DYEfySJ
WBStJ NAtlONAl CLEANERS I DVEKS 7.^ nioJtT-n,
N2 I6 W. WOODARD ST. • 7A<W«7I67I7 • PENISON.TEX.
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