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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 2 November 1940

^5 AT., NOV. 1st, 1940 .... ■n. TUB UEN1SON riUBHS COURTS i ii lEiiNlH UiMKICi COUlti K. Al. CAHTJSU, JUliUK N<(w Suit Filed Ex parte: 'Application of Churles T. Biggerstaff for remov- bl of disabilities of minority. Claude Nealon vs. Dorotha Nelson, divorce. Cnei Disposed Of Ola M. Hunter vs. Common- wealth Casualty ana' Insurance company et al, suit on policy; agreed judgment for plaintiff for 1472.50. FllTY-NINTH DIST. COURT TOM SUGGS, JUDGE Ni,w Suit* Filed Raymond 0. Sihaw vs. Travel- ers Insurance company, debt on policy. Audrey Mayner vs. Turner L. Mayner, divorce. GRAYSON COUNTY UOURT JAKE J. I.OY, JUDGE Probate Docket Sam Burton hafl applied for temporary guardianship of Viola Burton. Marriage Licenses T. G. Thompson and Eulu Mays Lam'bueen, Whitewright. Robert E. Brennan and Mrs. Mabel Walton Parker, Denison. Douglas Roy Lee and Evelyn Vance Powers, Denison. T. L. Monroe and May Belle Copeland, S'heman. Automobile Registration* H. L. Stout, Sherman, Chev- rolet sedan. J...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 2 November 1940

PAGE FOUR THE DENISON PRESS sat., nov. 2nd, i<>4< SOCIETY NOTES Phon* Tout Soolaty News To >04* Adrienne Kalmbach Honored With Birthday Party DENISON THEATRES THIS WEEK i RIALTO Sunday, Monday and Tuesday— will meet in circles Monday af- ternoon, and meeting places will be announced Sunday morning;. w Three circles will meet Monday, Moon 0ver Burma- wlth Dorothy and the fourth Thursday. ' Lamour, Robert Preston and Pres- Young Women's Auxiliary will t0IL Foster. meet at the church at C:30 Tues- Wednesday, Thursday— F!ow- Adrlenne Kalmbach, daughter of Mr. and Mrs- George Kalm- bach, 1.131 W Main, was j}°no"' . evening with Miss Lucile J®* Gold, John Garfield, Prances ed with a birthday party Thura-t °"y 8, ^ Luciie (L'.y, on the occasion of her ninth birthday by her mother, who in- ■\ ited a group of her classmates tu help her celebrate. Halloween symbols were used to decorate the house, Halloween favors were given, games were played and all the guests came dressed is co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 4 November 1940

WEATHER DENISON AND VIC1NTTY Cloudy and cooler today and Tuesday THE BENISON PUBLISHED DAILY &XCR*T SUNDAY YOUR HOMETOWNEp UK 1LY NEWSPAPKH 5c PER MONTH REPRESENTATIVE OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS MONDAY, NOV, 4t*i, 1940 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 7—NO. 114 Axis Powers Openly Critical Of War Handling Huge Ballot For Voters A ballot measuing nearly two, election. Of the candidates, most feet square bearing the space for are listed under the democratic the candidates of five parties and| ticket at the left of the ballot. Hitler To Ask Peace? for independent markings will be presented to vuters in Tuesday's 16 EVERDAY DENISON By LOUIS ANDERSON Bury! Baty, the pass slingingest youngster Paris high has seen in ^«^/ears, put on the shelf by an in- Jfeury in the Texarkana game last Friday, will miss the Bonhi on test this week, but will be ready for the Sherman game Nov. 15 . The Denison-Gainesville game will be played Nov. 11 at 8 p. ni in Gainesville. Will a special tr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 4 November 1940

MONDAY, NOV, 4tji, THE DENISON PRESS vage two THE DENISON PRESS Kst&bllahed in IMC Telephone No. I0« Of tie* of Publication «®7 W. Mai* Issued Daily Except Sunday National advertising representative Inland Newiw ?aper Representatives, Inc., Wrifley Building,sClii HgO. 111. JJi j Dedicated to cleau and responsive governnieo } vo individual and civic integrity; to individual an<" civic commercial progress. MOX NUMBERS, Care Deniaon Preas will be civ i dv«i tiserR desiring blind addr< SUBSCRIPTION KATES One W fvk i 10* vJcu1 Month lie l'hree Months till advance) 80c Bix Months (in advance) k $1.76 One Year (in advance) $3.60 CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from peraoni having telephone listed In their own name and up- on igreeing to remit when bill <1>. presented. 10 per :«nt will be added on unpaid private account# iXter 30 days from date of firat insertion. CLOSING HOUR: Copy received by V a. ta will tie published the tame day. CANCELLATIONS must be received by 10 a ai...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 4 November 1940

Monday, nov. 4th. 1940 TUB DENI30W rRHHU "Wb,. PAGE THRBB COURTS i less, a minor. Marriage Licenses J. E. Blakey and Daisy Creag- er, Whitewright route 1. I ll'TEENTIt DISTRICT COUK It. M. CAUTEll. JUDOK N^jw Suit Filed Olilian Hallcy vs. Willie B. Ilaley, divorce granted. Lloyd Brown vs. Haael Brown, divorce granted. FIFTY-NINTH DIST. COURT TOM SUGGS, JUDGE Now Suit* Filed Ed Starks vs. Mary Stacks, di- vorce. Loie 'Daugherty vs. N. II Daugherty, divorce. Divorce Granted Stuart J. Williams vs. Marguer- Chevrolet coupe itt Hanky Williams, divolce grant-j W. H. Hancock, Whitewright, ed. , Fold coupe. i H. B. Gore, Denison, Chevro GRAYSON COUNTY COURT iet sedan. JAKE J. l OY, JUDGE ' Lester Williamson, Denison, Probate Docket 1 p0rd sedan. > Touise Alexander has applied A. \y. Lonjr, Denison, Chevro- for temporary administration of jet ge(jan the estate of "Mildred LaFay "Hark- h. P. Donigan, Whitewripcht, Automobile Registration* H. L. 'Miller, Sherman, Ponti- ac sedan. Ben W. Nev...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 4 November 1940

Pagk fouk THE DENISON PRESS Monday, nov. 4th. id40 SOCIETY NOTES Phoii« Society Newt Talented Charmer Vocalist And Violinist In Concert Recital Sun. A delighted audience packed the ball room of the Hotel Deni- :;on Sunday afternoon and heard one of the mo t beautiful programs ever rendered here, by yo\ing ar- tists, when Mrs. B. B. I'yle, voice instructor, presented one of her pupils Miss Melba June Welch, in concert recital, assisted liy Mrs. •Be Saunders Brent, violinist. ?lios Welch is the daughter of 'Mr. i.nd Mrs. Barney Welch of Josephine, and gave every evi- dence in her performance yester- day of a future outstanding musical career. Mrs. Brent is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Saunders of Bonham and displayed an unusual understand- ing of her art. Mis.- Welch's program was •welll 'balanced ,and she exhibited a •Marvelous linguist ability, singing in five languages, during the program- She sang Italian, Vronch, German, Spanish and Latin, as well as' in English. Her voice, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 5 November 1940

V 0 WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Cooler and cloudy today and Wednesday PRESS PUBLISHED DAILY tXCSfT 31/NO AY YOUR HOMEXJWNEp DlAILY NEWSPAPER 6c PER MONTH REPRESENTATIVE OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS TUESDAY. NOV. 5t*i, 1940 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 7—NO. 114 1 ' ■■■ Close Race Predicted As Americans Go To Polls GREEKS MOVE INTO ALBANIA; KORITZA IS SHELLED EVERDAY DENISON Uy LOUIS ANDERSON r >" One fellow here tells that you can get Willkie and 3 to 1 for the presidential race today II you wish. So far the bettor has no takers and won't at twice the odds. Not in the solid south, any- way . . . Dale Looper, former Denisonian, is visiting here this week. He's with the Govt, radio service in New Mexico ... A huge man walked into the barber shop of Erwin Stapleton recently^ to get a shine. Addressing all in the place, he asked: "Who's going to win the presidential election?" None answered him and after a long pause, the guy broke out with "I see this is a democratic p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 5 November 1940

<?AGE TWO THE DEN1SON PRESS THE DENKON PRESS CttAjblUh d tn 1811 Telephone No. >00 Office of Publication <187 W. ' Hud econoni&ts believe that the chain busi- 1 ness |has about reached its peak and is def- initely on the downward trend. Chain newspapers are in the same class and are also on the decline financial- ly and otherwise, tjhe people preferring the home paper in nearly a hundred eases last Iwued Daily Except Sunday (year chain publications closed down for National advertising: representative Inland Neww lack of sufficient financial patronage or Krii'PrWnUt<VM- ,nC" Wr5*Uy BUild,DK,^j|they punhased competitive papers in the same city and closed P.. them down after Dedicated to clean and rcsp-ouaive governmen j * . «o individual and civic Integrity; to individual am' seeing the handwriting Oil tile wall It tliej tujc commercial progrcss. . di(} not do S()mething about it. BOX NUMBERS, Care Deniaon Fr«u will b* W< i -pj fact ^at chain affairs have seen wJver...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 5 November 1940

Tuesday, nov. qul. 1940 TUB DENJS0N HUSS3 c# COURTS I II IEENIII DISTRICT COIIKi It. 11 CAHT1SU. JUIXJK Nqfw Suit Filed Dora Bayes vs. 'A. E. Bayes, di- vorce. FIFTY-NINTH D1ST. COURT TOM SUGGS, JUDGE Nnw SniI■ Filed Gracie M. Austin vs. Liberty Mutual Insurance company, dam- ages, appealing from a decision of the industrial accident board. OHAYSON COUNTY COURT JAKE J. 1,0Y, JUDGE Complaints Filed W. E. Berry, swindling. Beer Docket W. P. Crenshaw of Sherman has filed an application to retail beer at Winnie's Place one-half miles north of Bells. Realty Trknil'ori Arnold Nesbitt to J. T. Kitch- ens, 50 by 50 feet in the C. B liodges survey $1 and other con- siderations not exceeding $500, Oct. 29, 1040. II. C. 'Hollowell to Willie Moore, lot 1 block 17, Miller's second addition to Denisot^..$,10 and oth- er considerations not exceeding $500, Aug. 14, 1940. Charles Courtney et ux to J. D. Bryan, lot 7, block 59, Miller's second addition to Denison, $2,- 000, Oct. 30, 1940. Sumner D. B...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 5 November 1940

Pagh fouh 930$ ■ THE DENISON PRESS TUESDAY, NOV. 6nh, 1940 SOCIETY NOTES Phonn Your SoeUty N«w* Luncheon Precedes Business Meeting Mildred Brigham Of Waples Society Bride Of P. l>anforth led devotional. Mrs. Ed Burch is chairman Of D rcas Daughters ana' they met with Mrs. Pans/ Parsons. Ten were presenv- Mrs. Lela Perry led devotional. A 12 o'clock lunchon preceded the regular business and program of the Waples Memorial Society of Christian service in the Edu- cational 'building Monday. Chrysanhemunu and dahlias ft domed the room, where shocks of corn, pumpkins, ivy and per- simmon branches were used for decoration. The luncheon tables were decorated with autumn leaves, red berries, nuts and bowls of fruit. Mrs- Paul Wilson . was chairman of lun-cheon ar- rangements and members of Cir- ||<-le 5, headed by Mrs. Lee West arranged the decorations. 'Mrs. George Morgan, pastl president of the Society, conduct- ed the business meeting in the absence of th president, Mrs. Arthur Fran...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 6 November 1940

WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Cloudy and warmer today and Thursday THE DENIS PUBLISHED DAILY KXCBTT SUNDAY YOUR HOME-OWNEJP IMILY NEWSPAPER. S6c PER MONTH REPRESENTATIVE OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS WED,. NOV. 6th. 1940 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 7—NO. 115 F. D. R. Reelected; Leaders Make Plea For Unity « EVERDAY DENISON Hy LOUIS ANDERSON Cecil Wilburn, Denison high backfield star, turned in his uni- form Tuesday afternoon . . Greatest personal shock: a Deni- son taxi driver actually waited until we could get across an inter- section with our car. . . Repub- licans can now claim they are im- proving—Willkie made a much better showing than AI Landon did in 1936 . . . And now that the election has been determined, let's forget the political bitterness that developed and stand as one, the American way. Fight a good fight, but when defeated, smile, shake the other guy's hand and start working with him 100 per cent . . . Mrs. Mary Lou Cox, so- clety editor of the Press for ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 6 November 1940

Y THE DENKsON PRESS KaUblUhad In 1 I Telephone No, !«• Office of Publication fl#7 W. Issued Daily Except Sunday National advertising representative Inland Neww ?aper Representative*, Inc., Wri*ley Building/ Chi !ftsro. ill. Dedicated to clean and rtupunaive giiverbuieu ; .<> individual and civic integrity; to Individual atir civic commercial progrea*. KS, Care Deniaou Praia will ka (it* i ntlvurci.'ers deairing blind addr* SUBSCRIPTION KATES .hie VVetk .... i •J*ie Month —A l'hree Mouth* \in advance) Bix Months (in advance) One Year (in advance) ltt tic 90r $1.71 - I3-B0 CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from pernbm having telephone listed in thoir own name and up on l^reuing to remit when bill <li. presented. 10 per -vnt will be added on unpaid private account* iftor 30 days from date of firat lnaerttoE. CLOSING HOUR: Copy received by V a. m. wil be published the name day. CANCELLATIONS must be received by 10 a nc iq order to avoid publication in current iasue. .UiCuRS; The D...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 6 November 1940

WED.. NOV. 6th. 1940 THE DEN1S0N PRESS PAGE THfUBE I* <9 COURTS I ll'TEEN'l H DISTRICT COUKi H. M. CAUT1SU, JUDGE Ntfw Suit Filed Beuluh Cantrell vs. Sen burn Cantrell, divorce. Clarence V. Green vs. Aline Green, divorce. R. B. Burner, Sherman, Chev- rolet coach. UUAYSON COUNTY COUItl' JAKIO J. I.OY. JllDGK Probate Docket 'Carrie Kennemer has been ap- pointed administrator of the es- tate ol' C. R. Kennemer, deceased. Marriage Licenses Stuart John Williams and Eth- el Leontine Jones, Sherman. Automobile RegUtration* C. M- Yeager, Whitesboro, Chevrolet coach. R. W. Cundiff, Sherman, Olds- lno'bile coach. Y. R. George, How, Ford truck. Realty Transfers 0. A. Cloer et ux to United States of America, 68.04 acres in the Allen Carter survey, $4,210, Nov. 2, 1940. E. C. Looney «t ux to Ran- dolph Bryant, 109-07 acres in the east half, section; 28, university leagues 1, 11, 15 i.nd 10, $4,087, Nov. 2, 1940. J. E. Nichols et ux to H. J. Coleman et ux, 60 ucres in the William Creager surve...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 6 November 1940

PAGE FOUR THE DENISON PRESS WED., NOV. 6th, 1940 SOCIETY NOTES Phone Newt High School Home Room Officers Are Announced Today Denison high school's 32 home viioi'n- elected their officers yes- terday and are being announced tod y by K. K. Rogers, 'principal. 1 he list follows : Hoom 301'—Miss Arnold, teahcer—President, Betty Jo Blakemore; Vice president, Gene Bergluno; Secretary- treasurer, Edward Arndt. Home Room 30>5—Teacher Mi's. Byers. I'res*—Charles Oowell; Vice. pres.—Nancy Casey; Sec.-Treas., Marion Coonrod. Room 307, Miss Jenkins, teach- er—Pre.?., B. C. iDelbano; Vice Pies., Christine Garner; Secy Trias.. Betty Dennis. Room 309, Mr. Cunningham,] teacher—Pres., Clarke Hieroni imis; Vice-Pres., J. W. Hughesjl Seoy-Treaa., Peggy Hess. Room 311, Miss Leecraft, teach- er-- I'hm., Patti McDaniel; Vice- Pres.,* Mildred McEver; Secy- Treas., Jean Marshall. Room 313, Mr. Bryant, teach- er- Pres., Caleb Moss; Vice-Pres. O. B McKinney; S'ecy.-Treas., (timilla Payton. , Room 304, Mr....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 7 November 1940

WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Partly cloudy, warmer today, Friday THE DENISON PRESS PUBLISHED DAILY EXCSPT SI WO AY YOUR HOME-OWN E| DAILY NEWSPAPER 4 S5c PER MONTH REPRESENTATIVE OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS THURS., NOV. 7th, 1940 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 7—NO. 116 Greeks Claim Albanian City Of Koritza To Fall EVERDAY DENISON Hy LOUIS ANDERSON *Britain May JGet More Aid I j Best laugh of the day conies from Kansas City where a fellow i awful angry at the telegraph people for a very good reason. On a recent vacation he promised his girl he'd write her regularly, then sent a telegram that arrived: "Having a wonderful time, wish you were her." . . . Mary Boland the "screwball" film actress, is in a serious condition in a Cali- fornia hospital after a car wreck late last night . . . Principal E. E. Rogers of DHS has received a let- ter from Sunset Principal W. T. White thanking Denison for the cordial welcome the city gave the Dallasites on their recent visit here . . ....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 7 November 1940

W • -fa. ■ '";TH PAGE TWO ® V l"P:: rf ■; ■" . -V/- THE DENISON PRESS rlURS., THE DENtSON PRESS Est&bllahed In 1919 Telephone No. 109 Office of Publication SOT W. Mai* tnm Issued Daily Except Sunday National advertising representative Inland New n paper Representatives, Inc., WrifUy Building Chi •«jfo. Ill Dedicated to clean and responsive goveri.uien I «o individual and civic integrity; to individual am' rivic commercial progrets. BOX NUMBERS, Care Deniaon Pr«u will be riv' i advertiser* deairing blind ad drew« . SUBSCRIPTION SATES One Weds J«ie Month — l'hree Month* «in advance) Six Months (in advance) |1.76 One Year (in advance* 1 13.50 1* lie yt>o CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from peraoni having telephone listed in their own name and up- on tgreeing: to remit when bill i«. presented. 10 per :snt will be added on unpaid private account# ftor SO days from date of first Insertion CLOSING HOUR: Copy received by if a be published the same day. rill in CANCELLATIONS must be r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 7 November 1940

THURS., NOV. 7t}i, 1940 THE DENIS0W PRESS PAGE THjREK COURTS I li lUENTH DISTRICT COUKi It. M. CAUTlfiU, JUDUt Divorce Granted Albert Smith vs. Lula Smith, di- vorce granted. Cases Disposed Of George F. King et ux us. United Transport, Inc., damages. The plaintiff took a non-suit in the cast Tuesday after two days of testimony. Suit had been brought for $50,000 damages in connec- tion with the death Dec. 20, 1039, of Wullaee King, 15-year-old son of the plaintiff, in a truck colli- sion on highway 14 in Dalla? county. fifty-ninth dist. court / TOM SUGGS, JUDGE Now Suits Filed a. L. lO'Shiekls vs. Texas and Pacific Railroad company and'the Sherman Compress and Ware- house company, damages. The plaintiff asks $500 for damage* and loss of rental value on three lots he owns on East Mulberry near the Sherman compress, al- legedly caused by the flooding of rainwater onto his property fol- lowing construction of a ditch last spring. Realty Transfer* P. Regans to W. B. Teague, lot 8. block ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 7 November 1940

Attending PTA Convention ol' the I'eaibody P. T I ed littlle things, and then asked if I we today can ut'l'ord to trample | God's law under foot. ! The lecture tonight will be the evan- Mem A. who left this morning to at-J "The Two Covenants," tvnd the Parent Teachers Associa- gelist stated- tion convention in Dallas were:j <jh# old-fashioned sing at 7:110, 'Mrs. Ed Cottrell, Mrs. Joe l'in- preceding the lecture, will foe Richard 'Allen, Mrs., augmented tonight by Mrs. Dorris dale, M L, W. Pike, and Mrs. Hughes. Voting on resolutions and leg- islation came before the con- vention this morning in a busy session culminating with addres- ses l>y Mrs. M. A. Taylor and Joe R. Humphrey, superintendent of 1 tiip Temple schools. 250 attended n luncheon today at the Baker Hotel, this being the hiistc di-trict. Mrs. M. A. Tay- lor, Bonhnm, the national repre- sent alive an 1 a past president of second district, as well as of the Texas congress, spoke on high- llirhts for second district...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 8 November 1940

1 ..ir.'-.vV-;* '>9*0?*%f «W Vr, •'• •* WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Cloudy, possible raini today and Saturday THE DENISON PRESS PUBLISHED E&ULY EXCEPT SlflNftAV YOUR HOMETOWN Ep DAILY NEWSPAPER 86c PER MONTH REPRESENTATIVE OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS FRIDAY, NOV. 8th. 1940 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 7—NO. 117 Nazis Claim British Atlantic Convoy Destroyed ICKES TO QUIT; FLAYS U. S. PRESS K £ t J B W.ASflSMGTON, Nov. 8—Sec- retary of the Interior Harold L. Ickes, who has been actively cam- paigning for the re-election of President Roosevelt for the last month and who was one of the or- iginal third-term advocates, today hud announced that he had ten- dered hist resignation to the presi- ent. Ickes is the first of the cabi- net members to tender h's resig- nation, as is customary after a presidential election. Ickes said he had taken this ac- tion to give the president a free hand in selecting his cabinet for the next four years. At. the same time, the Secretary...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 8 November 1940

page two THE DENISON PRESS FRIDAY, 1NOV. 8th, 1940 THE DENISON PRESS Established hi 19S« Telephone No. >0« Office of Publication 697 W. M :a Issued Daily Except Sunday National advertising representative Inland News. i>a|ier lli*prf*entat|ve>s. Inc.. Wrifley Building," Cbi * £<>, (11. Dedicated to clean and reiponslve guvertiuien ; <o individual and civic Integrity; to Individual anr civic commercial progress. MUX NUMBERS, Care Denison Pt«m vfll be fhr< | *<lverti-ers desiring blind addressee. SUBSCRIPTION KATES )ii* Weiik ... . One Montti . Three Months \in advance) Six Months (in advance) One Year (in advance) It* lie BOc $1.76 tS.6<' CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceplable from person# hr.ving telephone listed in tbeir own name and up jn iifteeiriic to remit whoti bill ii presented. Id per :etu will be added on unpaid private account, if tar 30 days from date of first Insertion. CLOSING HOUR: Copy received by V & u . be published the same day. CANCELLATIONS ...

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