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August 27, 1964

The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 8

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Thursday, August 27, 1964
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"the latest "newt" and prob ably alwayt haw been. So might My that there ha al ways been some way found by man lor spreading the news. But of court "published newspapers'- couldn't' appear until printing from movable types wai Invented. In Rom 2.500 years ago there wcr writers of newsletters woo furnished newt to people who lived . far from the capita). Julius Caesar, in M BC, estab lish th "Acta Diuma. daily bulletin posted In the Forum with new of government .affairs: And there were. m later times, all kinds of pott ed proclamations, news pamphlets and so on that were Intended to distribute news in one way or another But these weren't really published newspapers. The first regularly published newspaper appeared in Germany as early at ISM and was called "A visa Relation oder Zeitung.' In Prance, newspapers also started at about that time. The first regular French newspaper. -called th GaMtte," appeared in 131 under the patronage of Cardinal Richelieu. It contain ed both foreign; and home newt. Th first English newspaper was called the "Weekly Newet and was Issued m London in id. though there Jud been some single sheet publications (two-pages) with news in 1(31 , And It h possible that the first newspaper to appear in the western world was really in Belgium. It was called "Nieuwe Tydingen" and may have ap peared in Antwerp m IMS. . Ill the United States, the first newspaper to appear had an Interesting history, ft was issued FRED N. f GARRETT FUNERAL SERVICE A Reasonable, 1 Courteous.. ' v Efficient Service' at, twos wwom " V wa bats tssvca . 2334773 SSI Somerset St West im uMBimmwummmmmm ADAMS FUMIITURE ltt BAN ST. and was called "Publick Occurrences Both Forreign and Domestick." But because there was no free speech and free printing allowed in the colonies at that, (ime. it was suppressed four days after H appeared. So there was only on issue of ttt ' The first continuously published paper in the United State , was th "Boston Newt- Letter." which appeared m 1704 and was issued tor U years. The first daily newspaper lit the U.S. was th "Pennsylvania Evening Post" which became a daily in 1783. FUN TIME Th Chuckle Bra Letter from Camper: Dear Dad. Gue what I need molt. That' aright. 'Send it toon. Belt wi?shes. Your 7on, Ru??. Reply from Father: Nothing ever happens here. NO newt. Writ aNOther letter soon. Goodbye. NOw. Love, Dad. CROSS WORD PUZZLE Ellen Charron, 11, Worcester. Mass., wins s3ritannica World! Atlas for .this cross word puzzle. Make on up and send It to: "Cross Word Punle," Tell M Why, with your nam, agt. and address. ' J- - THE CTTAWA JOURNAL THURSDAY, AUOUST 37, 1964 Xcll Me v mi Q What Was the First Newspaper Published? Win tA lS-votum Britannlca Junior Incyclopedia for school and home. Send your question!, nam, age, addreu to Tcf Arc Wn7" care o TA OKauxi Journal. 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