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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Union Review — 4 September 1936

nma tíStít Texas iLItlñll n Texas §j Centennial Wr %A^llrlVlw é/ Uw V IV W Centennial Section Official Organ of Galveston Labor Council, Dock and Marine Council and Affiliated Unions Endorsed by the Texas State Federation of Labor Section M* VOL. 17. No. 18. GALVESTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1936. Subscription Price $1.00 Per Year (Bias Caitei^wl CclcbratlB| BRILLIANT DECORATIVE EFFECTS ADD BEAUTY TO CENTENNIAL Plaga and banner*, murals, sculp- ture. multicolored lights, playing fountains, gaily painted light stand- ards, landscaping, all combine to fur- nish the .decorative effects of the Tex- as Centennial Exposition. The simple exposition architecture was so designed as to furnish the background for the color plentifully uaed on buildings, pylons and other parts of the world's fair. The build- ings in themselves would not /be com- plete without the decorations. Decorations are brilliant and vi- harting as they should be at a place where milions will congregate for en- tertai...

Publication Title: Union Review, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Union Review — 4 September 1936

THE UNION REVIEW FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1986. CATHOLIC BUHDOK FIRST OF ITS KHDOVEN BY CHURCH Centennial Is Only Fair At Which Sect Represented With Building. Officially invited toy Centennial au- thorities in view of iti historic role in Texas, the Catholic church re- sponded by erecting one of the most attractive buildings and by assembling one of the most interesting exhibits on the exposition grounds. By doing so the Catholic church broke a world- wide precedent, for its participation in the Texas Centennial Exposition is the first atany secular fair. The six ICatholic bishops of Texas, headed by the Most Rev. Arthur J. Drossaerts, D. D., archbishop of San Antonio and metropolitan of Texas, made the exhibit and building possible in co-operation with parishioners in all parts of the State. Bishop J. P. Lynch of Dallas, Bishop C. E. Byrne of Gal- veston, Bishop of E. B. Ledvina of Corgus Christi, Bishop A. J. Shuler of Amarillo and Bishop R. E. Luce of El Paso joined with the archbis...

Publication Title: Union Review, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Union Review — 4 September 1936

FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 4, 1936. THE UNION REVIEW TEXAS CENTENNIAL EXPOSITION j fooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooou By Garnett B. Clarke. For one hundred years our fathers and ourselves have been building the fine texture of civilization in Texas. Given a land surpassing fair the pio- neer fathers of Texas, men eager for the romantic endeavor of living, came here and staked the boundaries of an empire of vision. With their blood they traced on the glorious canopy on the new republic, the pattern of a great empire that has (been perfected by the partiotic impluse and tireless work of their descendants. Now has come the harvest season the miniature that was etched in the colony sites in the valley of the Texas rivers a century ago has become a proud canvas a thousand mile broad on which has been reproduced the full bloom of industrial, social, religious, and civic achievement. In Texas were blended the fine romance and tradition of the old south, and the full fervor of ent...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Union Review — 4 September 1936

THE UNION REVIEW FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1936. ILLITERACY VOL BE ONLY EXCUSE FOR VISITOR WHO BECOMES LOST; cmr IS PLASTERED WITH SIGNS The only vinltor who will have trouble icftting around In Dalla* dur Ing the Texa* Centennial Expogltlon will be thOHe who can't read, for the town han been well plaatered with ilicnx of every description to help mo torlata and pede tralnn alike. Police ("apt. B. B. Smith mild 500 Miens have been put up by the city alone, to way nothing of many addi- tional nlKna put up by the State High- way Department, the Dallas Hallway * Terminal Company and other agen- cleti. Aa visitor* come Into Dalla* on State highway* they will be turned Into route* that will brills' them downtown and to the expo*ltlon ground* with the leaat poHHlble delay. Hpeclal direc- tional *igna have been erected both by the police and Htate highway depart- ment*. , One-Way Mtreeta Marked. Wherever there are one-way street*, thoroughfare* clo*ed to traffic and with limited or prohibited p...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Union Review — 4 September 1936

LOCAL VOICE OF THE AMERICAN FEDERATION OF LABOR 3P Cl)e ICition 5\cview Official Organ of Galveston Labor Council, Dock and Marine Council and Affiliated Unions Endorsed by the Texas State Federation of Labor Official Organ of Ilia Galveston Labor Council and Building Trades VOL 17, No. 18. GALVESTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1936. Subscription Price $1.50 Per Veer Labor Day 1936 By WILLIAM GREEN President, American Federation of Labor. Labor Day 1936 records a year of new achievements and new problems which progress has developed. During the year unions have increased in membership. The trend toward business recov- ery is unmistakable. The administration of the Social Security Act is in process of organization while the Judiciary threatens to nullify our efforts to assure workers rights by legislation. The Social Se- curity Act is a recognition of Society's responsibility for providing security from another source than property ownership. There are many who have no opportunity t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Union Review — 4 September 1936

THE UNION REVIEW FRIDAY, SEPEMBER 4, 1936. Union Review Dl love, Honor ond Obey ]0 Published E*ery Friday ilornlm at tlT Tremont gtr—t Pfrono >0 TtM*t ** Second-Cl Mail Matter. M. R. SHAY Publlahw The publiahcr reservas the right to reject or revoke advertising contracts at any time. Copy of this paper will be sent to the advertiser. Communication of interest to Trade Unionists arc solicited. They should be briefly written, on but one side of the paper, and must reach this office MM later than Thursday afternoon of each week. The right of revision or rejection is reserved by the publisher. Names must be signed to items (not published, if so requested), as a guarantee of good faith. We do not hold ourselves responsible for the views or opinions of cor- respondents. Subscribers who change their addresses, or fail to get their paper, should immediately notify this office, giving both new and old addresses and the name of the organization with which they are connected. NOTICE TO THE ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Union Review — 4 September 1936

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1936. THE UNION REVIEW ROSTER OF GALVESTON LABOR ORGANIZATIONS With Time and Place of Meetings. The publication of this paper is made possible by the advertising of merchants who appreciate the trade of members of organized la- bor, and our readers can show their appreciation to our advertisers by patronizing them and mentioning The Union Review. LEGAL NOTICES. OFFICERS OP AMERICAN FEDERATION OF LABOR A. F. of L. Blag.. Washington. D. C. President William Green Secretary-Treasurer—Frank Morrison 1st Vice President. _....Frank Dufty 2nd Vice President T. A. Itlckert Third Vice President Matthew Woll 4th Vice President John Coefield 6th Vtce PreBideut—Arthur O. Whurton Gth Vice President.... John N. Weber 7th Vice President.. U. M. Butjantzet 8th Vice Presldent-üeorge M. Hurrlson th Vice President Daniel J. Tobui 10th Vice President—Win. L. Hutcheson 11th Vice President W. 1). Mahon 12th Vice President Felix H. Knight Uth Vice President Uavtd Dublnsfcy 14th Vice P...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Union Review — 4 September 1936

THE UNION REVIEW FRIDAY, SBPEMBER 4, 1986. for Over Forty Years this store hag maintained friendly relationship with Organized Labor; and now, on the occasion of the 55th Anniversary being celebrated in honor of LABOR DAY Eiband 's offer their best wishes for continued success in You'll find your friends at Eibands 1937 <jOHCHCHÍHeHjHCH)HOH!H¡HCHCH(HCHWCH!HOH¡HOHOHOHCHOH(HCH!HCHOHOKHOHCH(H!HCHCHCHjHOHOH{HCHCHCH!H(HÍH!HCH> LABOR DAY GREETINGS SERVICE ELECTRIC COMPANY VICTOR FORMAN, Sole Owner Expert Electrical Work at Reasonable Prices 1728 Avenue Mi/2 Phone 8979 0CH¡HOH(HCHCHOHCHOHíHCH3HÍHOHCHOHCH¡HOHOH¡HCH¡rtHOHÍHCHOH¡HWHOHÍHCHCHOHCHCHCHCHOHCHCKHCHOHCHCHMHCWÍ INLAND CITY WOOD WORKING CO. Dan McBride, Jr., Pres.-Treas. 1801 Mechanic St. Phone 2622 BHCHOHCHCHJHCHÍHOHOHOHÍH¡HWH5H6HCHOHCHWHCHJHCHCHCHCHCHOHWH6HCHCHCHCHCHCH¡H¡H3HCHCHCHCHCHCHCHCH¡H¡HCI BOENING 8 YOUR QUALITY BAKERY PHONE 102 WE DELIVER OWCHCHCH)HCHCHCHOH¡H¡HCH¡HCHCH¡HCHCHCHCHCf<HCH5H!H¡HCHOHCH)HCHÍHCHCHOH5HCHCHCH...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Union Review — 4 September 1936

Labor Day Olje ICnion 5\eview \ Labor Day Section Official Organ of Galveston Labor Council, Dock and Marine Council and Affiliated Unions Endorsed by the Texas State Federation of Labor Section VOL. 17, No. 18. GALVESTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1936. Subscription Price $1.00 Per Year labor day message By FRANK MORRISON Secretary-Treasurer, American Federation of Labor. In this Presidential election year national interest is focused an on political activities. It is timely to draw attention to the political policy of tthe American Federation of Labor. The formation of the American Federation of Labor developed out of the desire of workers to model an organization on principles which experience proved best suited to their needs. The immediate objective was to organize work- ers and to affiliate them to the Union of their trade and calling to en- able them to carry on collective bargaining relations with their em- ployers for the purpose of negotiating agreements, regulating wage...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Union Review — 4 September 1936

mmmmmhMIí Vi I 1 K i ■ I 1 I Labor Day Section THE UNION REVIEW OOOOtt HOHeHeHeHOHOMoooooooooooooooooooooooMHWOOMMHOweHMHOHOHoi Our Golden 1 Jubilee Celebrating 50 Years of Value Giving to the Nation. Shop at SEARS and Save Sears Roebuck & Co. 23rd and Ave. G Galveston gHjHOHCHiHiHCHíHCHCHCHWHCHOHCHiHirtHiHKHiHOHOHCHJHOHOHüHCHOHCHíHCHCHiHCHOHíHíHCHKHiHíHCHCHCHCHíHíHS oooooo«oooooo«<H oooooooo«ooooo oooo<HCHCH0HCH0WH0Hm0Ha«HCH0H0H0H Our Buyers are building values to satisfy the working people We Guarantee Satisfaction With Every Sale. KRESS Stores ÍCHCH6HOHCH6HOHÜH¡HÍHOH{HOHCH¡H¡HCH¡HKH3HCHCH>OOO<HCW<HCH&-6OO0HCHCHCHCHCHOHOHCHCHOHCH¡H¡H¡H¡HCÍ OOOOíHCHíHCHCHíHíHíHíHMHCHlHCHKHiHíHyííHío^HCHCHíwCHCHíHOHCHWHCHCHOHíHCHíHCHCHOHlHCHíHíHiHlí FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1938. 5 PIANOS — VI0TR0LAS — RECORDS SHEET MUSIC I h I l c O RADIOS Galveston Piano Co. THE MUSIC HOUSE COMPLETE 2015 Market St. Phone 693 leaners WORK Phones LABOR DAY GREETINGS FROM Mcdonough iron works 2609-...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Union Review — 4 September 1936

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1986. & a Tv M - ^,1 ' .. \<s-. I a THE UNION REVIEW Labolr Day Section Are You Coming to Galveston for Labor Day? GALVESTON, where the da.VN are too short for biiNincwi, and the nights too short for pleas- ure. GALVESTON, the "Treasure Island of the American Riviera extends to yon a most cordial invitation to spend Labor Day and join with other thousands of union men and their families in celebrating Labor Day. ¡ Fine hotels line the promenade atop the great seawall that extends for miles along the blue waters of the Gulf of Mexico. Yon can find the place that best suits your taste and pocketbook. Golf, Tennis, Fishing, Boating, Horse Back Biding, Bicycling, and Dining and Dancing are all recreations to suit the tastes of each visitor. Galveston is noted for its fine restaurants, where freshly caught sea foods is served daily. There are many other points of interest to be visited on a sight-seeing tour—come to beautiful Galveston, Down-by-the-Sea. LABOR ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Union Review — 4 September 1936

Labor Day Section THE UNION REVIEW FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1936. Greetings to_ Martin Edward Shay, to Organized Labor and Visitors Gov. James Y. Allied Governor of Texas Hon. James J. Mansfield Congressman The following Individuals, Firms and Organizations through their Liberal Support have contributed materially with their Co-opera- tion in making this "Labor Day" an outstanding Galveston event Ctark W. Thompson Geo. Seal y F. W. Parker H. Kempner R. Lee Kempner Fred W. Catterall Capt. W. L. Farnsworth Capt. E. Goudge Drs. Aves & Delaney Nathan's 2217 Avenue E Phone 3313 Jesse Johnson 5303 Avenue R Phone 7942 Sunseri Banana Co. 2016 Avenue B Phone 58 Robt. Zapp & Co. 2304 Avenue B Phone 625 Heyman Notion Co. 2111 Avenue B Phone 3143 Wald Transfer & Storage Co. 112 25th Street Phone 2300 Dellanera Candy & Cigar Co. 2118 Avenue B Phone 905 Judge J. C. Canty Tenth District Court Judge C. G. Dibrell Fifty-Sixth District Court Judge E. B. II olma i) County Judge Judge John ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Union Review — 4 September 1936

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4. IM6. THE UNION REVIEW Labor Day Section Dedicated to a Man and His Worker Mr. M. E. Shay We Congratulate You^¿- I am glad to pay a tribute of praise to Mr. M. E. Shay on the occasion of completing forty years of fruitful membership in the Labor Union of Gal- veston; and, seventeen years of wise and prudent watchfulness over the columns of "Union Review." There is no section of our social life that should command more of our respect than the men and women who class under the title of "Laborers." They are really the back-bone of our civil life; they have burdens to bear, they have rights to de- mand, oftentimes; they have injustice, frequently, to fight against. ..They need help, which acknowl- edges the worth of their position; sympathy that is in no sense patronizing; honor and respect, be- cause honesty and industry and truthfulness dwell with them. Attitudes such as described above, have always been that of Mr. M. E. Shay dealing with labor, and society, of wh...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Union Review — 4 September 1936

r J Labor Day Section < inOOWHClOOOOqOODOOOOdBOOODOaOM Greeting* to Organized Labor and M. E. Shay, Editor P. J. Bellew THE UNION REVIEW FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, MM. i \ É The Working Man's Friend REAL ESTATE — INSURANCE Phone 516 Guaranty Building LABOR DAY GREETINGS E. W. DRÉWA Contractor for PLASTERING AND CEMENT WORK 3227 Avenue Q Phone 3881 WORK DA Y AMD WORK WEEK AWAGES - GttATER PURCHASING POWER FRAZER CAFE 310 23rd Street LABOR DAY GREETINGS FROM DIXIE SHOE SHOP WORK CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED JOE C. GANGI. Prop. 614 list Street PHONE 4651 CM s Dine and Dance AND ENJOY LABOR DAY AT THE Texas Alamo GOOD POOD . . . DELIGHTFULLY COOL FINE MUSIC . . . No Cover Charge 2327 Ave. F Phone 47 «HCHCHMHWKt* P O tMOIKHKKKHKHWKHMMHMOCHftOMHOHCHOM jMOHCHOH(HOH9HeKKHiH>OHOHMHM<KHK>OlMOfKHH(HKKKfSHCKKH9HeHOHOH90 j¡H{HOHCHOHOHOH!HOHCHCHOHOHCHCHOHOH!HOHOHCHOHOHíHCHCHOHOHCHOW6HOH6HCHOHOHOH6HCH6HOH)H!H!HOH!H!HCHCHCH!Wi 0<hChKhKKhChChWHCHKh>i><hCH><h><hCh><hCh...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Union Review — 4 September 1936

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1936. THE UNION REVIEW «eoaMOMHOHMHOHMttMHCWOOeaHHOH ^^ Style - Quality - Price standards of good merchandise combined with Careful, Courteous Service makes shopping a pleasure at McBrides •0OflH&WCHCHOHOHOHÍH¡HCHOH>O0l><H¡HW<KH><HCH&HCH3<H)HCKKKH>O<H3<H!HWHCH¡KH¡KHOHCH!H5l LABOR DAY GREETINGS Security National Fire Insurance Company GALVESTON, TEXAS QOMHOHCH9HCHOHÍHOHOHMHMMHÍHCH¡HCHHH¡H¡H}OÍ}<KKKHHKH>£H>{HMH¡H¡H¡H¡H¡H¡H¡HHH¡H¡H¡I <HOHCHOHOHW<HOH5HOHCHCHJHÍH(HCHCHCH¡H¡HS<KHCHCKKKH><KKHKKH¡H¡H><H><KH><KHKH¡HJH¡H¡H& PATRONIZE A HOME-OWNED STORE Your Corner Red and White Stores Always a Large Stock to Pick From A FRESH SUPPLY OF VEGETABLES AND MEATS TO SELECT FROM 50O0<HSH¡HOH&O0OOOO0O0í3HCH¡rtHCH¡H><H><H¡H><H!H><H¡H¡H¡HHH¡H5HCH¡HCH¡H5HCH¡H¡H!H¡H#Ó OOOCHWHOHOHCHCHKHMHCH¡HWOO0<KH>0HCH>0<KKH«KKKH><HKH><KH>ÍMHWHWH¡HCHC $ lí 5 La...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Union Review — 4 September 1936

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