The Alto Herald (Alto, Tex.), No. 44, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 19, 1951 Page: 5 of 12
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THE ALTO HERALD. ALTO. TEXAS
APRIL 19, ]95],
i for wM# 1
''' the time
that he ]eft her in possession of at]
^ this property, and a small crop; also
! she owned some land in another
State, from which she sold some
timber; and that Hiil was indicted
less than two months after he
On appeal the higher
At the suggestion of Gregg Buck-
a)aw. H. ofMobilc. Ahtbama^ post-
master Genera] Jes.M. Donaldson
has issued instructions tttat hereafter
I all rubber stamps purchased by the
"This testimony shows that wife ' ' '"i'c sent by air
was not destitute, as the law re- word'"vi')" ! / ) f.
quires, at the time the husband left ti,.^y uni',eces;;!!7 "
her, or at any time up to the date of
the trial. The evidence is not suf- "Let's see," saidlhc bank teller to
ficient to prove his guilt." The case the "'ft'. "thin is to be a joint ac-
was reversed and dismissed. j count, isn't it'.'"
T"t' !ti, d.
IUs wife; memorized the Bible
' Y. [ndion
Lra ; raced
jYour entire home comes alive with attractive home lighting! Furnish-
} 4ngs bloom. Gloomy corners fade away. Your precious eyes get new
protection as you read a book or sew a fine seam.
There's really nothing to "light conditioning" your home. !t's
nerely using a combination of the right tamp bulbs in the right
nps in the right places.
Your dealer has the new lamps for all purposes—both decorative
^nd for better seeing. Ask him or us for suggestions on how to make
Pyour home even more attractive with better planned lighting.
Ughting !t the Most tmportant Use for Yovr
tow Cost Hettrk $erv):e
pfo<€<-hon nyatn*[ by p<M.
't! fnyinfs u«at<; o/
take protection your first thought when you buy motor '"1
Our car. Make sure the oil does not contain any "5th ( olumnist
tx and petroleum jelly—those non-labricating substances that
*n water-thin in heat.
You can be sure by buying Sinclair Opaline Motor Oil.
)aline is freed of wax and petroleum jelly by an extra refining
ocess. It protects your engine on the hottest day. And it lastR
long it saves you money. Play safe and save money. Ask y out
^-arby Sinclair Dealer for Sinclair Opaline Motor Oil.
H.Jeter & Son
Phone 81 Alto, Texas
^ Y.—American In-
(!\* w York state as
. years ago. instead of
y' '-'s ago as previously
according to the New
i<!K science service.
The announceinent' said hunting
a'.'< nslung Indies were living in
,." s'.'.'e a)),;t,tS.ooo B.C.. around
'nc tttin- the urcnt pyramids on the
built. The announcement
" <s t!'o described as one that
The new findings were made by
'' 'erttists of t]^, schQQ] for nuclear
stiifltes at the University of Chicago
and resulted from measuring the
amount of radioactivity remaining
tn samples of charcoal excavated
from the fireplaces and cremation
Ptts of the oldest-known Indian Vil-
lages in the state. The measure-
ment showed that the trees from
which the charcoal came had died
between 4,950 and 5,380 years ago.
New Method Used
The studies were based on an
earlier finding that the "bombard-
ment" of the atmosphere by cos-
mic rays created a natural radio-
active form of carbon which is a
part of the carbon dioxide in the
air taken in by plants and animals.
As long as these plants and animals
are alive, this radioactive carbon
is replenished, so that the amount
in the body remains constant.
When the organism dies, no ad-
ditional radioactive carbon is ac-
cumulated, and that which is pres-
ent in the body begins to disinte-
grate at a constant rate. After 5.720
year), the evidence of this radio-
active carbon is only one-half as
strong as it is at the time of death.
With the aid of special instru-
ments, scientists at Chicago Univer-
sity's nuclear studies school have
been able to determine the amount
of evidence of radioactive carbon
in the remains of formerly living
things such as charcoal, mummy
cloth, basketry and seashells. Estab-
lishment of a ratio of this radioac-
tive evidence to the amount present
in the living body makes it possible
to determine how long ago the liv-
ing thing actually died.
Samples of charcoal taken from
fireplaces found in the village sites
of the oldest-known Indian groups
in the state and similar samples
from cremation pits used by the
first Indians to become acquainted
with agriculture were sent to the
These earliest-known "New York-
ers" were bands of nomadic hunt-
ing and fishing people, according
to the state science service. Later,
their descendants acquired a knowl-
edge of agriculture and the art of
pottery making. Their mode of life
became more complex, finally to
be inherited by the historic Indian
tribes of the state.
We Have Assembled a Fresh New Stock Of
Src^ Room SM%^ies
Acceptable In Every Respect To Your
Just leave your prescription with us, or ask your doctor to phone
it in. They will be handled and compounded by a careful, ef-
ficient pharmacist at all times.
"Where Service and Courtesy Awaits You"
Phone 261 A!to, Texas
Resolve to guard their health. Own your own
sick room supplies. Keep a well stocked med-
icine cabinet from our large stock of supplies.
We have a Registered Pharmacist on duty at
a!! times. Come in to see us.
AHen Drug Store
MRS. COY MAE ALLEN, Prop
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Average American Spend!
More on Auto Than Rent
CHICAGO, 11!. - The average
American bread - winner spends
more money on the family car each
year than he does on rent.
That may be one reason so many
people have trouble balancing the
But Dean Keefer, head of the
safety engineering department of
Lumbermens Mutual Casualty com-
pany, reports that there are at
least two ways to save money on
your car operation.
One good way is to watch the
speed of your driving. On a thou-
sand mile trip, he says, you can
save $12.22 by averaging 45 miles
an hour instead of 53. You can save
$19.36 by driving 35 miles an hour
instead of 55. Lower per mile gas
consumption is the reason.
Keefer's other money-saving rec-
ommendation is to make repairs
prompt'y. He says it can be very
expensive in the long run to post-
pone them. Faulty brakes, bad
steering gear, etc. getv ;rsethe
longer thev are reglected, he points
out. and by not f.xing them prompt-
ly vou are not only increasing your
eventual repair bill, you are also
inviting a costly accident.
R. E. A Commercial and Retidentia! Lighting
Complete Stock Of
! ) LIGHT FIXTURES ^ ELECTRIC MOTORS ^ WIRING DEVICES
"I Don't Do A!! <.f The Electrical Work.
I Do Only The Best'
YOUNG mGH SCHOOL STUDENT
NOW ON FOOTBALL TEAM
Modern Ciassroont Seating
P!an Put* Damper on Prank:
DALLAS. Texas-It's going to be
tough for mischievous Johnny to get
by with any pranks in the modern
School designers have discovered
that the best seating arrangement
piaces the teacher at the rear of the
room, behind th<. pupiis who face
the chalkboard i' front, says R L.
Biesele. Jr.. head of the deportment
of electrical engineering at Southern
The main objective of this ar-
rangement is to give every pupil a
fair break and eliminate "areas of
high brightness in the visual field,"
Professor Biesele pointed out tn a
report to Libbey Owens-Ford Glass
It has another advantage, how-
ever It makes for better discipline,
since pupils don't know whether
teacher is looking or not.
After several years of research
Professor Biesele determined that
desks should be set in curves, rath-
er than in straight l.nes. for best
distribution of dayhght through larg-
er windows. . — —
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F. L. Weimar & Son. The Alto Herald (Alto, Tex.), No. 44, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 19, 1951, newspaper, April 19, 1951; Alto, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth215181/m1/5/?q=yaqui: accessed March 28, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Stella Hill Memorial Library.