The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on May 30, 1952 · Page 12
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 12

Baytown, Texas
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Friday, May 30, 1952
Page 12
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u* me OATIUWN r-KiUAt, WAT iv, Early Tabloid Paper Published By Girl, 12 PENFIELD, N. Y. ttU>>~ One of America's earliest papers, the Penfield Extra, was published' by 12-year-old Nellie Williams. Subtitled "Uttje Nellie'* Ut'tle Paper," the weekly publication made its first appearance in December, 1861, For a five-year period, the Extra's youthful editor set typ'e, gathered news and sold advertis- ing and at one time reached a circulation figure .of : 1,700. The newspaper dealt for the moeit part with ^local stems of the western New York State area but fditorially Nellie wrote with a national view. Particularly difficult for her" was the Civil War, in which her brother was'killed^and which she thought useless. Becavise of ' increased jnaterial costs, she was forced,to discontinue .publication in 1866. TTTnssrrj^FvT" 1 ^ +M.1J* vt- J g VJ <£ ..-M , ,,. ._. ' " & *si. ENTERPRISE, Ala. .U T .K)—. They havp a monument to a boll weevil In the main, street of this T south Alabama town. The stone statue was built to Oldest Horse "ill New Toothpastes Aid In Caring For Teeth NEW YORK <U.R>~ Dental manufacturers claim that the new and different types ot toothpaste make it easier for people to keep their teeth in good shape. One of the latest steps in the t'ield of dentifrices was taken this year with the marketing of chlorophyll .toothpastes. One manufacturer went even farther. He took an amoniated toothpaste, added chlorophyll and not only came up with action against odors and de- ' cay, but developed the formula so that it wouldn't stain clothing, ' towels; or brushes. Dentists • recommended.four distinct steps in brushing teeth. The toothpaste should cover the full length of the bristle; in the teeth should be brushed in up-and-down strokes; rinsing should be thorough; and the brush should be washed off in warm water. Hot water loosens the bristles. Pen Is Just Like Home To Chronic Offender WALKING THE PICKET LINE in front of a Ixw Angeles Western Union office has become much less arduous for this hand-holding pair of strikers. They are Mr. and Mrs. I-aurenoe C. ^Steel, who met on the /picket line, fell m love, eloped to Vegas and returned to spend • their honeymoon where they met. The shorts worn by the girls, inci- '( dentally, are intended to symbolize one of the demands of the ATTL,«Commercial Telegraphers union.—shorter hours. (International} '• Wail and Floor Furnaces. More lor Your money. Guaranteed. NO DOWN PAYMENT Centra! Systems Across From Post office Tn Old Baytown Dial 31417 Any Dog's Entitled To One Free Bite LOUISVILLE. Ky.—<UE)~- A. circuit court jury refused to award $5.055 in damages to Mrs. Lula Williams, who charged her hand was bitten in a dog fight. Mrs. Williams charged that a dog belonging to Mrs. E. C. Miller jumped a fence and bit her on the hand. Mrs. Miller said that her dog bit Mrs. Williams after the latter had hit the dog with a stick while trying to stop a. fight between her dog and Mrs. Miller's. DELAWARE, O, <U.R)~ R. E. Owens, who.has spent most of his life since 1926 in confinement, has returned r "home" to the Ohio Penitentiary at Columbus, O. Owens has been a "guest" of the Ohio penitentiary before, plus those in New Mexico, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and the Grade School Effort Beats High School NOWATA, Okla., (U.R)— A poster "ay a fourth grader, Harold Smart, on. conservation was good enough to win first place in high school competition but it didn't fare so well when it got back in the bracket where it belonged. The embarrassed judges explained Harold's poster was placed among: high'sch'ool entries by mistake and won first prize before the error was discovered. When judged against lower grade competition, it came in second. federal penitentiary at Atlanta, Ga.. not to mention numerous county jails. When he pleaded guilty here to three indictments of forgery and writing fraudulent checks, it ended Owens' six-month battle, during which he acted as his own legal counsel, to stay away from "home." He has returned there to serve three terms—two are from one to three years and the other from one to 20. Not counting the planets, the brightest star is Sirius. in the constellation Canis Major. MAALOEV- Denmark <U.R>-~Den- mark's and possibly the , world's oldest horse, Tulle, lives - at Maaloev, west of Copenhagen. Tulle, an Iceland pony mare, nas reached the venerable age of 54 years. Her owner Andreas Larsen. bought her in 190L Tulle does not work any more. The day long she grazes'on tie green pasture of Maaloev. Like a dog, she comes when her - owner calls her by name. There is no one metal which can' be said to be the most durable. Steel, an alloy of iron with small amounts of carbon, is one of the most prominent of structural metals. In resistance to corrosion, cop per is highly durable as is lead; gold, silver, and platinum. commemorate tie forced farmers to »\* than, cotton. P an For sorne 30 year had no sign O f a boll * it. . Recently a rpB , , v Baker, builUn £t foot long and placed statue.' woS—f ° n the P* woras. in profound •of the boll weevil W • done as the herald i this monument was er citizens of Enterprise ty, Alabama!" . ' little « jfodera CM, NO «•«! «II^\g< Deadline—Sew 't Mr. Car Owner, Ha^', your car officially i4 e ' Avoid last minute rush " j in today where y ou c j"" done with confidence OFFICJAI V \IQTOR V{ 6u!f Coast Motor (] 420 W.TEXAS, COVERED WITH FEATHERS and syrup and virtually no clothes at all, Fred Harper, editor of University of Southern California yearbook El Rodeo, stands in fountain where he wound up on the Los Angeles campus after some 400 students grabbed him and de-ciothed him in front of-the Theta Chi fraternity house. They didn't like his remarks in yearbook about fraternities and sororities. (International) For six 'summers, King Ranch The full meaning of that old steers approaching market age phrase "small potatoes" came have been shipped' by rail from llonie to us todav ' * loil S with th * south Texas rangeland to meadows bag of miniature, but hard-to-get 30 miles southwest of Philadelphia spuds delivered by the grocer's to be r fattened. , boy. —— —mm a^Cff Where- fftrsighi-ed planning and construction have joined t« ' Baytown its finest residential development ^ 100% G,S. LOANS orFL. (No Down. Payment To Veterans on the G.I) '' '-" DRIVE OUT AND SEE Hew Homes Priced at $9400 to $10J1 and oifering more space and more attractive features than ^ new homes costing far more mo'n«y. LAWNOELL is located in the big bend of Hwy. 145 Pelly and JEa^t Texas Avenue. Se« Mr. Plant, the & in the office OH J8riar\yood Drive QUHUC any <1ay until dark. __ f nUnH The Time To Buv.,,* .J2^?S» r?^p \c~^" ^^m^r^ HdruCtt, v;ro .r.*de n:5...or- 0 ~ :"-.£ j-.c.'U^. reils Ko.-. -an" M is; "if you arc ready and abie to give up everything else, and will study the marker and every stock' listed There as, carefully as a medical student studies anatomy, and will glue your nose to the ticker tape at the opening of every day of the year and never take it off tili night; if you can do all that, and in addition have the cool nerve of a gambler; the sixth sense of a clairvoyant and the courage of e lion — you have a Chinaman's chance." , i —Clayton. Rand, Publishers Syndicate Reprinted by special permission of the Reader's Digest, Bernard Baruch and Publishers Syndicate. -" " ' ' / """ Member Federal Reserve System , *' "tAB&ESITBANk IN" HARRIS COUNTY—OtrTSfDRTHE CITY OF HO*-STON? 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