The Denison Press (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 189, Ed. 1 Friday, February 13, 1942 Page: 2 of 4
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THE DENISON PRESS
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LeROY M. ANDERSON Editoi
LeR/DY M. ANDERSON, Jr. Mechanical Sop't
National advertising representative Inland News-
paper Representatives, Inc., Wrigley Building, Chi-
wnifth, shottid it make up its mind to do
so, could cause this country untold trage-
dy aaid offer a v«ry pronounced threat of
g-iir.ing n foothold.
With Japan in charge of Singapore,
which seems imminent, and with then
1 taving almost unopposed success at er.tcn
mg a country when they so elect, they,
made drunk on their sizeable victories,
may choose to try and invade this coun-
ty- . • i
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Shon'td tney so try, they
may not have e very elaborate success of.
it. but it is not at all past them to under-
take just that thing. None of us want to
see them evqn try it, but who can tell that
it is out of the question, or who can
guess just how far they might come to-
ward such a thing?
Anyhow, witft the situation so critical
and with the greatest need now being
that of our men staying on the defense
jobs, to have them walking out as they
are i did Thursday, and with additional threats
a,< of strikes and walkouts, it is time to pass
legislation of the kind proposed this week
by Paul McNutt, head of the) man power
loard in n memorandum should an appeal
to the workers fail.
Any erroneous statement reflecting upon tho
character or reputation of any persons will be
gladly corrected if brought to tbe attention of tli*
publishers. The Denison Press assumes no respon-
sibility for error in advertising insertions beyond
the price of the advertisement.
Give Worker8 Same Law
as the Draftee i
It is not very pleasant reading that
the average man of us gets when he sees
streaming headlines telling of continua-
tion of walkouts and strikes in plants ded-
icated to turing out war material.
Especially io this so when the very
tack of this nation is at the wall and
frees a dire thrent of being bombed, if not
invaded by a very real and daring enemy,
The proposed measure is understood
to place the same kind of authority over
the man power as is now over the boys
if the draft ages. If they .can draft sol-
diers then dral't the worker to furnish
•he tools of war. Why any distinction?
Right now the reason for our being so
*ar behind is that we do not have the in-
struments of warfare. Millions of Chin-
ese readv for action to stave off the Japs
await our anns. Our own forces await our
arms and ships and planes.
Meanwhile we are losing outpost after
outpost to the Zaps while prolongation of
the war is the corollary. By all means
we should hava the same conscription or
draft law for Ihe worker as we do the
toldier. Therj must be no difference.
Wins given by the Senate Bunkinx
Committue on Februury 5. The
law, which will become operative
when the Administrator takon the
oath of office, empowers the Of- —
fice of Price Administration to , The Press is authorised to un-
set price ceilings over all com- nounce the following candidates
modities and to impose maximum f°r office subject to the Grayson
rents in defense areas. Special county primary election, July 25,
treatment is provided for agricul- 1042:
tural commodities and any such COUNTY JUDGE:
ceilings must have the prior ap- JAKE J- LOY
proval of the Secretary of Agri- _
culture 1 CITY ELECTION
Secretary Wickard and Admin- .. . , . or1
„ , . , , ,i The Press is authorized to an-
imator Henderson made a ioint 1 " , -ondid ites
public statement declaring that "ounce the fol K - M.ption
they intend to spare no effort to for election in the city election
prevent inflation and "are in com- ^uisisinNrR.
plete agreement as to Objectives C'™ *™^™v
to be achieved." CARI, FLANNE.RY
A flood of price actions mark- r> A TT F
ed the week. OPA set maximum t\ f\ * a-«
prices at wholesale amT retail ov- Contract rates will be give-
er new passenger automobiles upon application. Legal rate*
and gave dealers th* right to add 3ne cent per word oer insertion
on a monthly charge to cover the i Time lc per worn
expense of holulngf cars for eli- 3 Times 2c per word
gible purchasers under the ration- <5 Times 3c per word
ing plan. I Minimum charge is tor 12 wnr
Price ceilings were spread over^(Fo^on*£"*^"^^
many items of direct interest to
the consuming public, including
petroleum and petroleum prod-
ucts, tea, cotton bed sheets and
pillowcases, women's Nylon hose
and domestic washing machines
Other important commodities |
ftor which maximum prices were ,
set are: Soy bean oil, Western Hibdon 8 Watch 3no*
pine lumber, Southern hardwood For Better Watch Repairing
lumber, scrap rubbe, rayon waste, 42g w. Main St. Deniaon. Tex
and mercury (quicksilver).
Revisions of existing schedules ■
[also were numerous, amendments
being announced for by-product
(foundry and blast-furnace coke.
401 W WOODARD
We * .ite ii old line .•ompani«B
that pay all losses promptly.
Re.. Phone 22
Lacej's Ins. Agency
ASA M. PEARSON
325« W. Main PKo. 20#
DO IT NOW!
See Grayson County
Abstract and Real
Estate Company for
Kraft Bldg. Phone 883
FHBE TO NEW CITIZENS if
Denison: A valuable bookie',
will be (riven by the Denison
WELCOME BUREAU to all
vho will send in their nam-
and address to the Bureau at
f,30 West Crawford street,
R. W. Pinkston
• USE OUR
tor purchase a!
M. K. JONES
A Summary of
Day by Dav
have 28 stamps, each entitling the ' and tubes without delay. New
^ holder to buy about 3-4 of a | passengers cars will be released
pound a week. The enormous at once to holders of A-l-j, or
Sugar hoarders will have
tamps torn out of their ration
■ooks to cover their hoards and
lence, will be unable to buy more
,ugar until their stocks are used
ip, according to a preview of the
National Life and Accident
m■ M Insurance Co.
barrels and drums, relaying rails, 0r(linary an(j industrial Insuranc* |
builders' hardware and inse"t —
screen cloth, old rags, kapok, fats
and oils, cocoa, pepper, paper-
board and waslepaper.
Textile price ceilings were
changed importantly with detail-
ed amendments announced for
combed cotton yarn carded cot-
ton yarn, fine cotton goods, card-
ed grey and colored yarn cotton
vruiuni/ — i __ ^ |
|P. O. Bo* 335 Denison, Tex. I plnn PfllPS
of relief from
tis aches or
ed grey ana coiorea yarn capsules railed
goods, and wool and wool tops and often bringwel-
OPA will discuss price stabili
zation with manufacturers of oil
field equipment and and Red
Cedar shngles at meetings in the
YourDruggiat has SULPHOK APS
come relief in
to Sulphur de-
daily cost. Mon-
ey back if no
relief after 30
Koi our patriotic ^Americans.
Get yours now and float
DAY PHONE 824
NIGHT l-HONE 1404-J
EVERY Day MORE THAN
200 Red-blooded Americans
Enlist in the . . .
( . ......
This la the Marine*' emblem
MAKE IT YOURS
YOU, TOO, may become a part of
the pride of the military service
Clip and mill tills ceupoa TODAY
In The World
U. S. Marine
Officer In Charge,
I I'ostoltlce liliitfo Denison, Texas.
Without obligation,•please send me complete In-
formation concerning the UNITED STATES MARINE
CORPS. I am between the agea oi 17 and 30.
Street and Number
(May k P+Art M I Ml H4
job of registering the country's
entire population will make use
of public schools and teachers
and will begin as soon as the
printing job—the world's largest
—is finished and the task of dis-
tributing the books to every
schoolhouse in the land accomp-
Two more rationing announce-
ments came from the Office of
Price. Administration as the
week closed. Plans are being
higher, preference ratings, prime
contractors for Army and Navy,
and public health and safety
officials who can prove to OPA
that their need is immediate and
cannot wait until February 26,
when general rationing is sched-
uled to begin.
Price# ■ |
The Senate had before it for
confirmation President Roose-
velt's appointment of Leon Hen-
fives a (ouch ol utiv
that toft, tender skfe
•f youth. , I
worked out to give emergency ra- derson to be Price Administrator L
.... , i i J — 41.- ««... r>«;„a Prtnfrnl 1 *
tion certificates to truck and bus
'Ugar rationing plan announced fleet operators so that long-haul
. Saturday. The sugar books will j vehicles can replace blown tires
under the new Price Control j
Bill passed last week. Unani- j
mous approval of Mr. Henderson
Anything from a
Get our priccs
on Superior Printing
607 Main Street
Most WOMEN of
At This Time—
If this period in a woman's life causes
you to get easily excited, cranky,
NERVOUS, blue at times, suffer
weakness, dizziness, hot flashes, dls-
tress of "irregularities"—
Try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vi
. . eft
Compound — made especially for
icomen to relieve distress due to this
functional disturbance. Pinkham's
Compound helps build up resistance
against annoying symptoms of "mid-
dle age." Famous lor over 60 years,
IF YOU have ever used Alka-
Seltzer for Acid Indigestion.
Heartburn, Sour Stomach or
Gas In Stomach, you know how
«ood it is. If you have not, why
don't you try It?
Tou don't need to wait until you
have an upaet itomach before you
take Alka-Seltzer. Try it for pain
relief the next time you have a
Headache, Cold, SlmpMtliiM
" r fatigue, "Mo
|or Muscular fains. You
will And it pleasant to take and
unusually prompt and effective in
You will like Its tangy, refresh-
ing flavor and you will like still
better, the prompt results It brings.
. Alka-Seltzer tastes more like
sparkling mineral spring water
than like medicine.
Oet Alka-Seltzer at your
drug store In handy pack-
ages for home use or get a
(lass of Alka-
Seltzer at your *-1
drug store soda
Alka - Seltzer
Swinging forward... gaining power on
electric pouer ... Anicrita is really rollin'. •.
hitting her victory stride with men out in
front and kilowatts backing them up! Back of
your boy and his fighting mates are America's
famed assembly lines, powered by electricity
pouring from giant generators over vast net-
works of transmission lines planned and built
by privately own:d electric utilities. ^
Faster production... bigger production,..
more production demands mote and more
electric power. It's here... 'r.irin' to go!...
more electric power than all America's
enemies put together! %
There is comfort now in the strength and
cfficicncy of America's privately owned elec-
tric utilities...comfort for all whose boys
are in service... for everyone now sacrific-
ing for America's victory ... comfort in
America's war-time power supremacy, made
possible by the peacetime foresight of her
privately owned electric utilities.
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Anderson, LeRoy M. The Denison Press (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 189, Ed. 1 Friday, February 13, 1942, newspaper, February 13, 1942; Denison, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth328414/m1/2/: accessed August 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.