The Denison Press (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 20, No. 12, Ed. 1 Friday, September 17, 1948 Page: 3 of 4
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THE DENISON PRESS, DENISON, TEXAS
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1948
Burrowes, the “suburban edition"
editor—and he tried to keep from
giinning but couldn’t.
H'e had been doing the barking.
I grinned, too. It’s quite a re-
lief to know that your imagination
not playing tricks on you.
A boy showed such marked in-
difference to his duties that his
employer said, “1 regret to do so
but I must discharge you." The
youth pleaded, “Mr. Brown, please
don’t do that. This is my first
job and if I am fired from nr*y first
job, it will handicap me all
through my life.” So at last the
employer said, "All right; go back
to work.” The boy said, “You
mean I’m not fired?” “That’s
right,” was the reply. “Then,"
said the youth, “I resigr*"
A noted criminal lawyer of New
York City declared that he had
saved over 50 persons from the
electric chair, yet not one had
ever sent him a Christmas card.
“Ritzy,” a modern slang term, I Epicure comes from a school of
comes from the Ritz Hotels, known philosophy founded by Epicurus in
for their fashionabieness.
the 4th century, B. C.
Food prepared au gratin is| Kublai Kahn was the oriental
cooked in grated cheese until j ruler at the time Marco Polo first
brown. | visited the East.
When I was on the staff of the
Fort Worth Star-Telegram, there
was a dog show and I was assigned
to write it up. For three days, I
was out there in the big, barn-like
exhibit hall where there were 200
dogs and they barked and barked
all day long.
After three days of that, I was
back in the newspaper office writ-
ing the closing account of the
show when I heard, or thought I
heard, a bark. I assumed it was
imagination and kept on writing.
In a moment, 1 heard another
Had listening to all I hat bark-
ing for those three days so worked
on my nerve tiiat I was “hearing
things?” I looked guardedly about
the office to see if unyone else
had noticed such a sound but all
were busy and I was just lowering
my head to the typewriter when
my glance caught the eye of Mark
For a Fine Time
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On Air Force Day, September 18, the Air Force is
making a special effort to meet you and your family. There
will be “Open House” at Air Force Bases Aerial demon-
•trations. Public exhibits. Many other things that will
Air Force Day will be the Air Force way of saying,
“It’» your Air Force! Get to know
it better 1” Be sure to attend Air
Force exhibits, “Open House,”
and demonstrations on Air Force
Day, September 18.
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That’s how long it takes sound to travel a mile—
a scant five seconds! Your Air Force today ha*
experimental planes that are designed to equal
or surpass the speed of sound.
They’re not being talked about, but they’re
being tested and flown. And there are other air-
craft, still on the drafting boards or in process of
construction, designed for even more outstanding
Air Force research is something that goes on
constantly, on drafting boards, in metallurgical
laboratories, in wind tunnels. It produces star-
tling new aerodynamic designs, new fuels, more
efficient jet engines.
Ever since the days of the Wright brothers,
American ingenuity has applied itself to the task
of making—and keeping—this nation first in the
air. Today this genius for aviation research and
development is focused and given direction l>»
the Air Force.
On Air Force Day, September 18, visit loop
Air Force exhibits and get a glimpse of the pro;; -
ress that is being made in swifter, safer flight.
Talk to the eager young men who make up
America's modern Air Force. And remember how
much depends on their skill. Our national secu-
rity and the peace of the world are guarded by
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Anderson, LeRoy M. The Denison Press (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 20, No. 12, Ed. 1 Friday, September 17, 1948, newspaper, September 17, 1948; Denison, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth526808/m1/3/: accessed February 23, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.