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Ma Foster provides housing on her "girls," Bella, Chloe and Kitty. Currently the 3 in residence are missing. Ma makes a deal that is big it. She also goes to the newspaper that is local the local police don't act on her worries. She does catch the attention of the detective that is out-of-work the newest editor associated with regional newspaper and finally the town itself.
The central character is Henrietta, who was named after the city under consideration, Henryetta, Oklahoma. Henrietta includes a great deal choosing her these times, she has relocated towards the big town, OKC, OK and landed employment utilizing the t.v that is local. place. Although this doesn't assist your journalistic job, it does get her in the center of news and activities regarding the time. The players that are usual Henryetta are Wynona Sue, Henrietta's hairdresser mom movie stars in a "reality" show, see later. Her spouse, Professor LeHough, a
expert is bald from a surprise shaving. Rodney, Henrietta's boyfriend,
man buddy and overall friend that is best is taken and tugged by Henrietta and her immediate boss Miss Peg. Harold Mixon, the dog owner and editor emeritus of this local weekly paper, just lately put on line is wanting to have a pleasant and peaceful Labor Day weekend with his buddies at the Overseas Order of Odd Fellows (I.O.O.F.).
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Newspaper headlines are comparable in nature to titles of a book or other works and games, slogans and brief expressions which have been refused copyright protection. Into the full situation of IceTV Pty Ltd v Nine Network Australia Pty Ltd  HCA 14, the tall Court held that no copyright can subsist in a programme title alone. The Courts have based their reasons behind refusing copyright security to works that are such of this foundation that they're too short (see Francis Day & Hunter Ltd v Twentieth Century Fox Corp Ltd (194) AC 112) or alternatively that titles of papers, tracks, magazines, books, single words and marketing slogans lack adequate originality to attract copyright security.
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