The Denison Press (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 66, Ed. 1 Friday, September 12, 1941 Page: 2 of 4
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THE DENISON PRESS
-FRIDAY, SBPT. 12th, W41
THE DENISON PRESS
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The Sex Angle io Giving
Providing rcereation for thq boys
who. will be stationed at the airport near
this city, along with those who may be
employed in the NY A machine shop when
those two projects are completed and thv
boys located here, is southing that car-
ries wiih it not only positive recreational
ai-tivites, but also something of a program
of heath protection.
That, the army life and sex diseases
go too near hand in hand is a fact and
1 his calls for scVne kind of a specialized
program which can not be overlooked.
Raids on girls and rooming houses,
and fat police dockets will not meet the
situations. It never has and it never
will. Neither will a segregated district
meet the situniton. There must be and
is a better way lo handle a situation
which is here and which seems to be with
us regardless of how much we frown at it.
We have the boys here at our own in
vitation We built the air school with
the idea of furnishing a place for them
to train. They come to us with all the
appetencies and impulses of young men—
the same that all youth has and always
Merely looking to giving them a few
wholesome activities to enjoy is not going
to be sufficient to car* for their best in-
We have the slogan of "Keep Them
Flying," "Keep them marching" and so
on. But men with social diseases are
easily thrown out of action.
When tha boys meet }in camp life
also there will be plenty of girls of ques-
tionable reputation hanging around.
There always have. How to handle this
situation is something that has engaged
the attention of men for years. We shall
have to cope with it and our program of
recreation, should embrace it as part of
Down at San Antonio where they
have had for years to contend with this
J problem, it is believed they have worked
n solution that will keep the boys in phys-
ical shape to the maximum point and also
reduce the health '.hazards and costs in-
volved in the old system of raids, arrests
nnd fines impesed on girls.
That did not stop the spread of dis-
eases so other steps .were taken by San
Antonio and today they report the new
way of handling a hard problem is work-
ing wonders. It is worth looking into
>>v Denison officials.
DM "DImmmI Jim" Have
Stomach or Wear Pains?
It la hardly likely that Diamond Jim
Brady could have eaten bo vora-
ciously If he suffered after-eating
pains. 8ufferers who have to pay
the penalty of stomach or ulcer
pains, Indigestion, gas pains, heart-
burn, burning sensation, bloat and
other conditions caused by excess
acid should try a 25c bo* of Udga
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Excess acids, poisons and wastes In rout
blood are removed chiefly by your kidneys.
Vhanki to a Doctor"* prescription eallsd
Mentfaco. thousands now palliate terrible re-
curring attacks or choking, gasping, coueh-
Ins, wnaerlng Bronchial Astnma by hel
nature remove thick excess mucus. No d
_ _ ha InlnpliollR Jlist
blood are removed chiefly by your kidneys.
Oettlnc up Nights, Burning Passages, Back-
ache, swollen Ankles, Nervousness. Rheu-
matic Pains, Dlulness. Circles Under *y« .
and feeling worn out. often* are caused by
non-organic and non-systemic Kidney and
Bladder troubles. Usually In such cases, the
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helping the Kidneys flush out excess acids
and wastes. And this cleansing, purifying
Kidney action, In Just a day or so, may eas-
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better than in years. A printed guarantee
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unless you ore completely satisfied. You nave
everything to gain and nothing to lose under
this posltlva money back guarantee so get
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A letter from a Texas editor of iong
4>t« i ^'i|ng '^says (of the efforts of thos«
trying to seek free pubicity that is nothing
short of a racket. He says of those
working for our Uncle Sam "We are be-
ing eternally called on to publicize every
tiling from Triple A down to the whyo
I nnd wherefores of raising babies." Any-
' one who will step into the editor's office
any morning an he opens his mail will see
the truthfulness of this statement.
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About Our Friends
Boys Re-entering Civic Life
Those of the boys who have
for the hou.se for cooking dinner,
I was ready to round up the cow.!.
There were no good roads. They
did not even talk about them. Not
one of these modern things of
'non-essential' type could be found
on the farm, nor in the small
towns. But we got along mid
I had a good time."
Well, the Judge had his •nen:-
been in ike army and are to ories stirred by the articles and
return to civic life and >ntei | we " bet a t0°kie that !>e thinks
again the business activities I of thoes days with more Ple ™'lt
may find it rather a difficult | memories lhatl ^ da>'s of h,s
matter for them to do so. Not wh°'e
only from the standpoint of t'ind- Then we had no alphabetical or-j
ing employment u little off, tut Ionizations to think and plan for|
also because of the fact many w'll us- N'° farmer of gov-,
find their places filled by women' eminent relief and the boys on th-
and girls That was the ca:-e in I tai' n comM not walk out and get |
the last war and we have no. j on relief' Their relief wfus ir,l
been able to get over that. VV.th their own *ney Koner-
this additional group of men new always had plenty to eat and
looking it may be harder still to' "'ear whether tVy had any
*et jobs. Also there are those' 'o086 change around or not.
of the boys who will find the old I A miin could let his own )udK"
job and life and general setting ment be his Kuide in the amount
highly distasteful. They have he should plant while both the ;
formed a different viewpoint and tenant and landlord looked on '.he
will no longer be content to se,-| government as something to be
tie down as they were before be-| supported and not something lo
ing called to the service. Som*? support them.
of our boys who are umonir the The small community schools
draftees and who will be must:)- were intact arid the churches of
ed out in the above-age limit luw the rural ere.i were not suffering
recently passed, will come back fur, for lack of attendance since the
a viait but that may be all. They ( people did not have the fast mov-
tvill never be the same which is ! 'nK cars and Paved highways
one. of the penalties, or fruits of | t0 lure thenl t0 *he ,areGr centers
war t'mc-s. | and town relief agencies had not
I depopulated the rural sections to
Along the News Beat j where the school could not mil.iter
"Your article the other day enough pupils to open books.
about how we lived on the farm Hut this is the price of pros-
some years back and had no trou- res.4 or is it progress?
hie in the way of having to ruti ———— —_____
down on "non-essentials" started j
me reflecting on my days on the
farm," declared Jugde E. A
"I was not bothered ahou*
whit was not essential—bless your
soul it was all essential with us.
1 got up at 4 in the morning. wont:
ou< and fed the stock Ihv I
t'.ark and was r ncfy for the field I
by the time the sun began to peek
over the hills. I was so well
trained in feeding the stock that!
J could without any lights to aid.
me, throw the corn into the right]
bin every click. >
"I gave the horses eight yen">|
ench, shucking it from the bin audi
throwing it into the trough, with
my eyes half open, while F yawned |
and longed for the day when I;
would not have to get up so <-arly. |
The horses fed, the hogs slopped,
the water drawn and brought up
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Anderson, LeRoy M. The Denison Press (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 66, Ed. 1 Friday, September 12, 1941, newspaper, September 12, 1941; Denison, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth328335/m1/2/: accessed January 24, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.