The Alto Herald (Alto, Tex.), No. 39, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 12, 1953 Page: 2 of 10

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THE ALTO HERALD
A Leader n south Cherokee Coun'.. s:r.ce ISM.
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ONLY WELL KNOWN
AUTOMOBILES NOW
BEING ADVERT!SED
HIE ALTO HERALD. ALTO. ^A^CH
the
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En: red as
Cherokee C ^
cond class matter in 1896 at the post office in
Texas under th^ act of Congress of March 3. 188*
Alto.
IT'S THE LAW
ihr
Ze:^e. publisher of
T '^es. carri d'h^fol
;n his column. "Percuss
:\iss;.':is*rt.'C'C!T.y'
-.her day a high school boy
ver one of the old issues of
,ts H noticed anautomo-
{or Hupmobile 'What in
rid is a Hupmobile'.
he
Pubhshefi every Thur- lav at Alto. Texas.
Frank L. Weimar and Son. Editors and Owners.
DIFFERENCE BETWEEN PATENT
AND COPYRIGHT EXPLAINED
Alert observers tretuenth notice
latsome goods or articls ate
oatented, whereas other seemingly
tmilar Items are cop^r.^ht-.d. The
Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputation question according!^ ^
of any person, firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of, a. copvright.
the Herald will be gladly corrected upon its being brought to the atten^.t^a ^ ^
cfjhe_Publ!shers. . "^*17',,'to discoveries that promote Jackrabbit. Auburn
Obituaries. Cards of Thanks and all like matter that ts not news will be ^hile copyrights relat-; , ^ Cord. Chand.
charged for at two cents a word in advance. . .. .. r,r niher works that ' ' ^Hunme)-
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Be"
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Th
looist
The
bile
the
I' There are many cars no longer
*bein ' r mufactured. of which the
pt-CM r.t younger g neration has
never heard. Just for the fun of it.
how many such can you name
Here is a list I made up with a
couple of friends the other day tn-
Idouhtedlv there nr.' many other-.
' Let me kttow of any additions you
car. make to the following list:
Apperson Jackrabbit
!n A!to Wednesdays 1:00 to 5 p.
DR A.NASHHOGUE
m.
ONE DAY
PHONE 185 Our
OPTOMETRIST
COMPLETE FRAME SELECTION
REPAIR SERVICE ON MOST BROKEN ^ ;
AND FRAMES
Of
AND FRAMES
Hamilton's Jfwtlry Store ALTO.-:,
„ Time s
he nam-
Advertisement rates furnished on reques
FARMER HIED
ON POTATO
LAW VIOLATION
jler. Chalmers. Dort, 5ssex. Huptw-
'bile. Locomobile. Maxwell. Merer.
Me .'. M<«w. Mormon. Oakland. Pre-
mier. Rambler. Stanley Steamer.
An Angelina County farmer faces Commis.-ioner of Agricuture
action for alleged violation of the
etate sweet potato quarantine law,
records of District Clerk James R.
Griggs show.d Thursday.
Joe Dykes of Zavalla faces court
action initiated by W T. Morris,
inspector of the state department of
agriculture, in Second district
court.
The action is in the form of a
petition seeking a temporary re-
straining order from District Judge
H. T. Brown prohibiting Mr. Dykes
from planting. selling, or giving
that promote
useful arts, while copyrights relatt
to writings or other works
promote knowledge in any field.
" Patents are granted to inventors
awav slips and vines from his pota- on new and useful articles of manu- )
to bed alleged to be located within facturc. compositions of ^',',ste.in.--Knight. Stutz Bearcat. Tex-
one mile of an area infsted with methods and processes, ornamentai Wills.Kt Claire,
sweet potato bollwcevil during the designs of articles of manufacture
past 12 months. ! and certain type, of plants.
In the original petition, agricul- Copyrights are granted to
ture officials allege that the Zavalla authors, ^mposers or artists on
farm r has not registered with the ^orks such as books, which inclu !es
not only bound volumes, but also
pamphlets, 1 aftet? and even single
sheets), periodicals, speeches, plays,
musical compositions, phonograph
records, works of art. maps, photo-
HAVE YOUR HOSPITAL B!LLS PAH? ph^
By The
INSURANCE CO.
NO RED TAPE: NO WAITING PERIODS
For further information, clip this coupon, fill out anj -,]
Coy L. Smith, Texas Bank and Trust Co. Bldg.
JacksonviMt. Texas
1AME — — '
^nnUKSS ; —
iependab
vith oxy
mratus.
For ye
erved tl
They reli
C.L.
4ND
for a
permit and "failed to secure pota-
toes from sources and under con-
ditions approved by state quaran-
tine officials." ,
These omissions ar alleged to be graphs and motion pictures
in violation of an order effective
August 1. 1947. issued by the state
commissioner under authority grant-
I ed by statue.—Lufkin Xe-.vs.
; What most workers need, despite
their protests, is somebody to sir
over them and make them work.
This applies
too.
to newspaper
editors notches
adapts
HERE
S!GN
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WHEN FUSES BLOW O
(a!) Your
Eiectrician...
Maybe There's
Danger Ahead!
Blown out fuses mean that
you have OVERLOADED
WIRING — and that's bad.
The fuse is the "safety valve"
of your electric system. It
protects your home and your
electrical appliances.
If your fuses blow out often,
we suggest that you get in
touch with your electrician
and have him check your
wiring. It's the smart thing
to do.
M SUM YOUR
HOMtHAS—
A HMt
M0U6H
HWttt
MMAMH
Some articles are different for an
untrained observ.r to classify.
Printed forms are an example of
such an article.
If the form is a card or sheet
having a peculiar shape or physical
structure (such as perforations or
:n certain positions) that
;i card or sheet for a par-
ticular use. so it amounts to a new
article of manufacture, the card or
sheet would constitute a subject for
j coverage by patent rather than by
^copyright.
!f the same or another card or
sh.et bears graphic matter such as
a written text, a compilation of
figures or of other data, a chart, or
a diagram, the graphic matter (as
distinguished from the card or sheet
itself) would be subject to coverage
by copyright rath r than by patent.
I The function of a patent or
copyright is to give its owner the
right to exclude all others from
infringing the patent or copyright—
that is, from practicing the inven-
tion or copying the copyrighted ma-
terial. Patnts give protection
against any infringer who makes,
uses or sells the invention, re-
gardless of whether he actually
knew of the patent. Copyrights, on
th ' other hand, give protection only
agamsta copyist and not against
one who independently does the
same thing.
A patent runs for seventeen
years and cannot be ren wed. A
copyright runs twenty-eight years
and may be renewed once for an
additional period of twenty-eight
, years.
An inv ntor or author may him-
i self apply for a patent or copy- ^
right. However, only persons trained
in such work should prepare and ^
! prosecute the necessary applica- j
tions, since it often happ ns that an
unskilled person, because of his'
lack of knowledge of the law and
procedure, will do irreparable dam-
age to the rights to which th: in-
ventor or author was originally en-
titled. Sometimes rights are for-
feited completely through the mis-
take of such unskilled persons.
NOT SO FUNNY
Tacoma. Wash.—Two teen-age
bays, who opened a fire hos.. in
Lincoln High School and caused
S5.000 damages were ordered to
spend the next year working to pay
for their "fun." The judge, in
placing the boys on probation,
ordered them to work for one hour
each school day. eight hours each
Saturday and school holidays and
} during alt vacations—their earnings
are to be turned over to the school.
an. Ye'.ic. Sinton. Wills-St. Claire,
i Will.^-Kntght. White St amer. ;
^ Man*.' of those cars were selling
'big the wa>'. before the first
Worid War. Many, for example, far
out-old the 1917 Chevrolet, and in
fact sold all they could make. So
they quit adv rtising But Chevrolet
didn't stop advertising, and today
Chtvr 'let sells more cars than any
other That proves the saying. "Stop
adverting, and be forgotten."
Marsha!! Bynum
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR
Every church thinks it has the
true ]; .:h to Heaven, and n* re than
one might.
3X-Mr. /
quipped
.iovingv
jtLufki!
irtmoi
inedeil
R. E. A Commercial and Residential Light ^ ^
Comptete Stock Of ^
FtXTrHES * ELM TKK MOTORS * WTR!XGM\l ,ii, fiH
"I .nn't n« At <<f The Eiectricat Work. ^
[DoOntyThfHfst" oucan
3 a job
PHOMt H4 J
ALTO. Tt'm ,.2^
xcator by
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JUST EXACTLY
What The Doctor Ordere
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We carry a complete hue of Drugs. Sundries, Ampules, CnemK trk<bl<
Patent Medicines, Pharmaceuticais and a complete line of sick n " j
supplies. cvt Whi
You are invited to visit our store and inspect our prescriptionLufki
partment which you will find under the strict supervision of Cht- ^ j
A. Gipson.
"Where Service And Courtesy Awaits You"
BOYD'S PHARMACY
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PHONE 261
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Meets second Monda}
night in each month
Specia] meetings eacb
Tuesday night for worit
in the first three de-
grees, All members should attend
} Visiting brothers invited.
JACK NfCAK. Sec'y.
PHONE
OXYGEN
EQUIPPED
AMBULANCE
SERVICE
24 HOUR SERVICE
S TRtBLING
FUNERAL HOME
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Here is sty!e that is setting the trend for
tomorrow, not fottowing yesterday's tad.
^ou see it in the iow and rakish hood ...
the wide cuned windshie)d...the spacious
travet-ptanned interior. Today's freshest
styie is distinctive))' !)odge.
Power PacteJ Beoof/ \
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PEARMAN MOTOR COMPAN?
Phone t88 AHo, Texas
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F. L. Weimar & Son. The Alto Herald (Alto, Tex.), No. 39, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 12, 1953, newspaper, March 12, 1953; Alto, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth215278/m1/2/ocr/: accessed April 25, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Stella Hill Memorial Library.

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