SCREW magazine was founded by Al Goldstein in 1968. Goldstein proudly labeled his sex review 'The World's Greatest Newspaper." The paper limped along until it finally shut down in 2004. Goldstein's bad luck and tragic fall from porn publishing superstardom have made tabloid fodder -- more even than when he was still publishing.
SCREW is thirty. Happy Birthday SCREW! And high ho, Al. I probably won't make it to the Big Apple this year, but I want you to know that our good ol' days of yore are ne'er forgotten, and that except for GayToday, SCREW is, as its masthead so modestly boasts, "The World's Greatest Newspaper."
10 June 1907, Chicago Daily Tribune, pg. 8:
THE TRIBUNE is 60 years old today. From a small sheet in an obscure western town it has grown to be the chief newspaper in a great metropolis and to deserve the title "the world's greatest newspaper."
Word Mark THE WORLD'S GREATEST NEWSPAPER
Goods and Services IC 016. US 038. G & S: NEWSPAPERS. FIRST USE: 18930000. FIRST USE IN COMMERCE: 18930000
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Serial Number 71053238
Filing Date December 12, 1910
Current Filing Basis 1A
Original Filing Basis 1A
Registration Number 0081645
Registration Date April 25, 1911
Owner (REGISTRANT) TRIBUNE COMPANY, THE CORPORATION ILLINOIS 143 DEARBORN STREET CHICAGO ILLINOIS
(LAST LISTED OWNER) CHICAGO TRIBUNE COMPANY CORPORATION ASSIGNEE OF ILLINOIS 435 N. MICHIGAN AVENUE CHICAGO ILLINOIS 60611
Assignment Recorded ASSIGNMENT RECORDED
Attorney of Record MICHAEL A. PARKS
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Affidavit Text SECT 12C. SECT 15. SECTION 8(10-YR) 20011016.
Renewal 4TH RENEWAL 20011016
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