The Paris News from Paris, Texas on October 6, 1960 · Page 20
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LET BLUEBURGEIIS be the main attraction at 'an informal supper after this weekend's football game. Each of the beef patties is topped with a generous spoonful of crumbled American cheese blended with an equal amount of butter. The topping is applied just before the patties are taken from the broiler. Remove the Blue- burgers when the cheese melts slightly. Ifs The Law In Texas Our government lias tried lo en- 1 the Slate Bar of Texas is written courage enterprise by rewarding i to inform— not to ncivise. No per- good work. It does this by protect- j son should ever apply or inter- ing a good name through a u r trademark laws. From the time the clock starts your radio until night when you switch off the electric light, you surround yours e 1 f with things which you buy by their advertised brand names. A trademark may be a word, emblem, or other device. Brick makers of old Egypt, the lamp makers of Athens, and English helmet makers used them. In a market, a trademark sets off one maker or seller's goods from those of others. You may be the first to "think up" the idea of using a given trademark to identify cer tain goods. But that alone does not give you a property right in the trademark or make you'its owner. The maker or seller who first adopts and actually uses a trademark on a line of goods, becomes its owner. The law protects ownership of trademarks. In doing so, courts will order a Jate-comer lo st o p using another's trademark. It will award damages if the owner has suffered. Why does the law dn this? First, to keep the buyer from be i n g deceived and to make sure that we, the public, get what we want. Second, to prevent piracy of the trademark and the goodwill which its owner has built up in the mark through making, selling and advertising such goods. A trademark may be a firm's most valuable asset. It stands for the firm's goodwill and good name. So choose a trademark with care. It must not be too much like any o!her trademark. j When you have chosen a word j or symbol, you must then use it j properly with the goods for it i to become valid. Once in use, I guard it. For a trademark may lose its legal safeguard if you or the public do not use it properly. To be valid a trademark need not. be registered in any state or federal agency. But registrat I o n makes protection easier to enforce and may afford other advantages. (This newsfeature, prepared by p ' et law wit!lollt ( ^c aid of an attorney who is fully advised concerning the facts involved, because a slight variance in facts may change the application of the law.) Way to Score Hit After Ball Game When the football conting e n t gathers at your house after the game, he prepared to serve a simple but satisfying meal. Y o u can be certain the gang will be ravenous after an outing! For most young people and sports-minded oldsters, few foods are more welcome than plump, juicy hamburgers. To score another "t o u c hdown," though, surprise them all with a new and fascinating approach to the All- American food-Blueburgers. To make Blueburgers, all you need do is prepare your usual good beef pailies, adding some minced onion and a little salt. Broil the patties on one side, turn, and brown them slightly on the other side. Then top each burger with a generous spoonful of crumbled American blue cheese blended with an equal amount of butter. Continue broiling just until aheese melts slightly. Serve promptly on toasted, buttered buns. That's all there is! Sharply pungent American blue cheese adds an unexpected flavor fillip that is truly delicious. Because of ils distinctive taste, you don't need a lot of spicy sauces with the burgers. The creamy, blue- marbled cheese is enough. For an "easy-do" supper feature, have the always popular trimmings such as potato chips, pickles and olives. With a molded salad and frosted cake, made ahead of time, of course, this after-the-game meal will be a pleasure for you as well as your guests. Cookies and Milk Are Delicious Combination Milk and cookies make a be- together until light and fluffy. Add sailing combinalion, espetnal 1 y when the cookies are made with oolmcal and brown sugar, deliciously dotted with lemon chips. Fill (he jar with these crisp, delicious cookies, and fill the gl a ss with sweet, fresh milk- LEMON CHIP OATMEAL COOKIES 2-3 cup sifted flour % teaspoon double-acting bak i ng powder 14 teaspoon salt 1 cup quick-cooking rolled oats li cup shortening "2 cup sugar ','4 cup firmly packed brown sugar 1 egg 1 cup (6 ounces) lemon chips 1 teaspoon vanilla Combine sifted flour with baking powder and salt and sift together. Add rolled oats and m i x well. Cream shortening until soft. Add sugars gradually and cream egg and blend. Add dry ingre- icnts gradually, mixing thoroughly. Then add lemon chips and vanilla. Mix well. Drop by teaspoonfuls onto un- greased baking sheet. Press with a fork. Bake in a moderate o v en (350 degrees F.) for about 10 minutes. Allow cookies lo stand on baking sheet about V4 minute. Then remove and cool on cake rack, Makes about 4 dozen. For a thicker cooky do not press with a fork; bake 12 to 14 minutes. Cleopatra's Needle, an obelisk in New York's Central Park, dates back to 15 centuries before Christ and is said to have been gazed upon by Moses. It was presented 10 New York City in 1877 by Egypt. Young Turnesas Win BRIARCLIFF MANOR, N. Y. (ft— The three younger Turnesa brothers, Willie, Jim and Doug, turned back Phil, Joe and Mike, older brothers of the famous golfing family, 2 up in a charity match at the Briar Hall Country Club. Best medal score was shot by Mike, Knollwood C. C. pro. Strong Starter PHILADELPHIA Uf> W — When Art Mahaffey won his first five I960 decisions with the Phils it brought lo mind his 1950 start with Williamsport, Pa., in the Eastern League. The 22-year-old Cincinnati native won his first eight decisions with Williamsport. He ihen was promoted (o Buffalo and. compiled an 05 record there. TALL GLASSES OF MILK ARE COOL TREAT , . .: crisp cookies make good accompaniment GET YOUR COPY OF I Grew Boys by Nancy Palmer Poteet AT The Paris News OR Cawthon's MUSSELMAN'S APPLE SAUCE s Oil for the BfSJ '•'~ - Ma fc we chan RED BUD PINEAPPLE 46-Or. Can J 46-Or. ^ ^\ u ice...«=•• 29 C RED BUD Pears'^-' 25 C RED BUD BROKEN Sliced 303 Pineapple Can RED BUD CREAM GOLDEN 303 CORN Can McCORMICK More and more families are making this happy discovery — a change to CARDINAL is a change for the best . . . for the best quality foods . . . the best variety . . .the best values... the best service. So, why don't you get THE BEST OF EVERYTHING? Why don't you, too, CHANGE TO CARDINAL — TODAY ! You'll be glad you did when you see how much more enjoyable and economical if is to shop here for oil your favorite foods! SAMUELS / MOHAWK COOKED 23 15 c c GERBER'S BABY FOODS GERBER'S BABY MEATS CANS Can 29 24 C C PICNICSs'1 79 SAMUELS MOHAWK BACON ss 99< TENDER VEAL ucoRMicK ' •' AT* 11T i rff T ^N BLACK PEPPER «-39<S CuTLETS ' 79 ' McCORMICK CENTER CUTS CURED PURE VANILLA js 5 9'lPorkchops •* 89 Mi MI mm HOT 1 MADE WITH MRS. BAIRD'S HOT DOG BUNS AND NEWSOM'S FRANKS— EACH DONALD DUCK FROZEN Orange Juice NO. 1 GRADE WHITE ONIONS NO. 1 GRADE RED 12-0*. . . Can 39 POTATOES ^ 490 CHICKEN OF SEA Chunk REG. TUNA 31 SAVE ALL C Graded REG. TUNA CAN 15 VIGO DOG FOOD «" 10 c PILLSBURY—ALL KINDS CAKE MIXES 4 OLEO FOR FARM-DALE VEGETABLE MARS FRESH CANDY MILKY WAY SNICKERS MUSKETEERS 6 PACK 25 3 MINUTE OATMEAL Regular Box ... 22 COMET LONG GRAIN RICE 2 B LOB X 45' FAULTLESS STARCH Boxes CABELL'S PURE Ice Cream 2003 LAMAR PARIS, TEXAS Vz Gal. 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