The Denison Press (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 151, Ed. 1 Saturday, December 21, 1940 Page: 2 of 4
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this plague from reaching any nearer out
Wjhat boots it if we stuy out of lend
ing them or giving them, if the term is
better, what tjiey want and need to niakt
the stand that must be made, only to find
at our failure to co ie to their aid at
I this time meant our own bloody heads <iul-
tipliedi by the millions and our proper-
ty and money far above that which we can
give now to Britain, would be exacted in
our efforts to do without Britain's aid
what we can now witji a relative smaller
support to them and their program to hold
Yes, this talking and holding back in
the name being conservative of our na-
tional debts is just another ally to the
cause of Hitler whether or not it is
intentional. Anyhow the result is the same
and that is what the fifth columnists
want of A ^erica at this particular time.
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Calling It Some Other Name
Won't Change Case
Why all this quibbling about whether
or not we shall extend credit or make a
donation outright, or call the sup-
port of money and materials to Great
Britain any name you wish—why, we are
interested to know, should we quibble and
waste time about the mater?
Action in a hurry on a large scale is
needed from us and we must recognize
Any one wjio can't see this is our life
line out there at the English channel must
not want to see it.
We Jiad best give everything to Brit-
An added analogy: "As slow as Mad-
a re Perkins in finding an alien
At last we are to eradicate from on
shores that active enewy of this country
who has done so • -iuch to injure the order-
ly piocedure of things needful to get us
ready for self-protection. What Madam
Perkins could not see, but on the other
hand protected, tjie work of the Dies com
uittee dug up and the FBI now orders
that Howard Bridges be deported.
Fines in the liquor cases in the state
for the past month are reported by the
Texas liquor board as totaling more .than, a
million dollars. With tjie position being
taken by the govern ient that road houses
witjh intoxicants may not be near the sev-
eral cantonments, we are approaching
again the same regulations that brought on
co iplete prohibition back during the last
world war. Liquor promised to be good
if it would only be allowed to come back,
but it seems the liquor board by finding
they have plenty of grief with the few wet
spots over the State of Texas.
About Our Friends
may affect the Heart
Clus (rapped in tlio ntomarh or fiillet.mny act Ilk* a
lialr-trigf«'r on Hie heart At the flrnt hIjii ot dLttrtu
binart men and uonun depend on Hell-an - '1 ablets to
fet free. No laxative but uiiide of th- fastest-
n.tlfg /incdloUiei knowu fui it dtl ludliiehtlnn. If the
FIH.KT DOfly 'loo*n't pinvo Holl-ain bHt-.'r, return
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For quick relief from itching; of eczema, pimples,
athlete's foot, scabies, rashes and other ex-
Words of encouragement this
week come from such parties as
George Hagans who says he
thinks the paper is doing a com-
munity service. Also W. S. Hib-
fonrd stops us to say he appreci-
ates the labors of the paper and
the fine things it is doing for
Denison and declares he wishes us
nl good. Also comes Oscar Kiol-
lert and declares that he thinks
the paper in doing a splendid
thing in boosting the welfare of
the town in every way. Walter
Collins says he thinks the Press
Is filling a needy place in the
Denison picture. Your paper is
getting better all the time, is the.
position of Tom Foley. And there
are others whose names we do
not at this time recall. For all of , icrnally caused skin troubles, use world-famous,
which kind words we are grateful. wW'tS
But we met one fellow at the quickly 8top8 intense Itching. 3nc trial bottle
, . iv iu i proves it, or your money back. Ask your
lodge who has been here fo*, iruggist today for D. D. D. fresckiption,
some time, who stated he did not
know such a paper as the Press
was in Denison. And did our face
Reynold* and Wife
'There is one couple in Denison
in business who work at the job
day and night and every day in
the week with the end in view of
establishing a business for them-
selves and their two sons. That
couple is Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Rey-
nolds who operate the Western
Auto Supply, Mr. Reynolds be-
ing the owner. They came to
Denison something over three
years back and started in the old
stand formerly occupied by the
old Denison Barber Supply com-;
pany, now defunct. They moved;
a few months later into the build-1
ing they now occupy as a busi-'
ness place down stairs and resi-
dence upstairs at 501 W. Main.
They have added to their stock
until it is one of the.largest of its
kind. It is a case where a couple
works hand in hand and succeed j
in a case where obstacles theyj
have met and overcome would ^
have discouraged a less indoml-.
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AT LAST DISqOVF,REP!
J. Edgar Hoover, head of the
Federal Bureau of Investigation
has discovered that Howard
Bridges is a Communist and alien
enemy. Mr. Hoover has done a
remarkable job as head of the F
BI. But, there are some things
he proibalbly could have told us if
he hadn't been restrained by the
Department of Labor—Madame
Perkins in charge.
Bridges should have been de-
ported from this country long,
long ago. But Madame Perkins'
department held up deportation
proceedings, despite the fact that
an alien was keeping maritime
operations on the Pacific Coast.
in turmoil all the time. Bridges is;
an alien citizen—<Mr. Hoover now
says rather belatedly that he is a
Communist. He should have made
the announcement a long time
ago. He knew it.
Bridges has been successful in
tying up shipping operation on the
Pacific Coast for years, and re-
cently his activities have interfer-
ed in large measure with Ameri-
ca's defense program.
And all the time he has been
conducting his operations under
the protectorate of "Ma" Perkins
and the Department of Labor,
that they appreciate it from Deni-
son and community.
Along the News 'Beat
More Christmas cards from
01 the species was more 'armful
(as an Englishman would say)
than the male. . . .And the angel
| of protection must have had a fin-
ger on the shoulder of Patrolman
friends and today's mail brings Gradyg 0.Shie)ds and ghoved ™
them from President Edward
McShain Watts of Texas Chris-
tian University, Southwest Print-
ers' Forum, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert
Harrison, of the East Texas
Chamber of Commerce, Dr. and
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Anything from a
over out of the path of death
when that car in which he was
i iding was crushed like an egg-
shell in the hands of some monster
Frankenstein. . . .That foggy
morning Friday made us think we
Bridges would long ago have been "K^in lived on the banks of the
sent back to his native land—-he Ohio. Still a number of autoists
never was an American citizen. | 'lere drove without lights on and
America's foreign policy, under j a^' as if noting hindered vi-
Secretary Hull, has been right all ( s'on ^or a whole city block. . . .
the way. But this is still a free ; ^ ou ean give a man a car, t>ut it
country, and there is still freedom; seems you can't give him the nec-
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of speech. And so The Herald
feels that it may voice the opin-
ion that the conduct of the De-
partment of Labor is the worst in
all history—and that it is only ex-
ceeded .by the conduct of the Na-
tional Labor Relations Board.
But there is one thing about a
democracy. Its people are slow to
action ibut fair in their thinking,
and ultimately inexorable in their
They are tired of such things
as an informed FBI finally decid-
ing that Howard Bridges should be
deported as an alien—when they| "city" hospital
knew it all the time. They are
tired of a "Department of Labor
headed by a woman who doesn't
know a thing about it. And they
are tired of being told by a CIO
controlled National Labor Rela-
tions Board what they shall and
shan't do, whether they be em-
ployer or employe.
It takes a long time to get
around to it in a democracy, but
we eventually do.—Greenville
essary gray matter of judgment to
make him act sane when he gets
under the steering wheel. As C. C.
Odle puts it, some fellows have
good judgment and exercise safe-
ty precautions while on their feet
but when they get in the_ driver's
seat of an automobile, all sense
of carefulness seems to depart. .
. .Out at the City hospital two
of the city force is laid up—Grady
O'Shields, local patrolman, and C.
C. Hicks, City secretary, and a
son of one of the patrolman, Louis
Winchester. Really looks like a
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