Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 25, 1969 · Page 3
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AitMMt TIMB, M, April IS, W» · S MVKmVKU. AMMNMf Winners O/ Favorite Recipe Contest For 1969 Winners of the TIMES 12th annual Favorite Recipe contest include (1. to r.) James Bradley, Mrs. Wade Barren, Mrs. Elsie Colgrove, all of Fayetteville, Mrs. Bill Swafford of Winslow and Mrs. Loyce Hathcock of Fayetteville. Bradley submitted the winning recipe in the main course dishes division. His recipe was for Oriental Tea-Honey Spareribs. Mrs. Barren's winning recipe was in the party foods division. Her recipe was for Shrimp and Rice Rolls. Mrs. Colgrove took first place honors in the bread and rolls division with Golden Sesame Bread. Mrs. Swafford's Cinderella Cheese Pie took top honors in the dessert division and Mrs. Hathcock submitted the winning recipe in the salads and dressings division. Her recipe was for Pineapple Luncheon Salad. All winning recipes are featured in the TLMKS Cookbook which is included in today's paper. (TlMESphotos by Ken Good) ' Romeo To Drugs ROME (AP) -- Olivia Hussey. the British teen-ager who won stardom in "Romeo and Juliet." has been chosen for a leading part in a forthcoming film about U.S. drug addiction titled "Hot Shot." The movie will be directed by Pietro Zuffi, until now a costume and set designer. It will mark Miss Hussey's first appearance since "Romeo and Juliet." Let's Try This One Once More An error in one of the second place winning recipes in today's Cook Book was discovered after the section had already been printed. It is in the "Prune and Apricot Coffee Cake" printed on page 27 of the Cook Book, and omitted the line, "6 tablespoons melted butter or oleo." The recipe is being printed START SAVING FOR A HOME OF YOUR OWN Your Saving) Earn Mora With Our 4.75% Current Dividend Rat* Now your regular passbook and Investment tartars earn more it F«yett*vUle BnUdtag * Loan. We pay 4,75% as oar current dividend rate. Put your savings with «s now -- where they'll start to earn more. Certfflcatei can even more -- inquire abort them. FAYETTEVIILE BUILDING, and LOAN ASSOC. N. W. Arkansas' Oldest Savings Loan Association Ml N. East Are. 44MJM below for the benefit of those desiring to correct the recipe. Just clips it out and paste it over the incorrect one. SECOND PLACE WINNER PRUNE AND APRICOT COFFEE CAKE Mabel Yates 306 Huntsville St. Fayettevile, Ark. ·1i cup dried prunes : '/4 cup dried apricots ·?4 cup shortening ·15 cup sugar 2 eggs 2 cups flour 2 teaspoon baking powder ! ,2 teaspoon salt *.i cup milk 1 teaspoon vanilla extract % cup brown sugar 1 tablespoon flour 1 tablespoon ground cinnamon 6 tablespoons melted butter or oleo ',-! cup chopped walnuts Soak fruit in hot water for 5 minutes. Drain and chop fine. Cream shortening and sugar; add eggs, one at a time, beating well after e a c h addition. Sift together dry ingredients, add vanilla to creamed mixture. Fold in chopped fruit. Combine brown sugar, flour, and cinnamon. Pour one third of fruit mixture into oiled and floured 9 inch tube pan. Sprinkle with one third of brown sugar mixture and one third of melted butter. Repeat twice. Sprinkle with nuts. Bake at 350 degrees F. for 55 minutes. Cool in pan 25 minutes. Yield; e i g h t servings. St. Francis Grand Jury In Session FORREST CITY. Ark. (AP --L. E. Burch of Hughes, fort man of the St. Francis Count County Grand Jury, refuse Thursday night to say hp' many witnesses had testifie Thursday before the Gran Jury. Burch also said he did nc have any idea how long th jury, which was empanele Monday, would remain in se sion. County Judge W. B. Hami ton. Sheriff Clarence Montg mery and City Atty. Fletehe Long of Forrest City requeste that a Grand Jury be en- paneled to investigate a Marc 20 disturbance at the all-Negr Lincoln Junior High School. The dismissal of the Rev. F. Cooley. a civil rights lead who taught a seventh grac course, apparently trigger* the disturbance by about 200 the school's 900 students. It school was heavily damage during the disturbance. Burch said the Rev. M Cooley, who pleaded the Fit Amendment and refused answer questions by the Gran Jury, was not recalled Thur day. In another development, th office of John W. Walker, Little Rock lawyer, said a p tition for a restraining ordi THE BRA SHIFT AND BRA PANT SHIFT $ RUSS TOGS Shows you the way to swing into summer. They're cool, cause you don't need a bra - - [it's free and easy for an active Bummer. BUDGET FASHIONS-Streel Floor OPEN MONDAY-THURSDAY (Till 8:30 P.M. Auto Crashes Lead Suicides In Deaths Of Young People CHICAGO (AP) -- Suicide is the second greatest cause of death among college students and the third greatest among vouths of high school-age, a Harvard psychiatrist reported today. Dr. Mathew Ross, an associate professor of psychiatry at Harvard's medical school, said only automobile accidents take ,he lives of more college students than suicides. Among youths 15 to 19 years old, auto accidents and cancer are ahead of suicide. And in xlh groups. Dr. Ross said, the would probably be presented next week to U.S. District Court Judge Oren Harris. Walker's office said the petition will ask that the Grand Jury be prohibited from continuing its investigation until a suit by Walker seeking to quash the jury panel is settled. number of suicides has been ris ng. Dr. Ross set forth these find ings in a paper prepared for the 50th annual session of the Amcr ican College of Physicians. "Adolescents of college age are the highest potential suicide risk within the population," he said. 1,001) SUCCEED Dr. Ross reported that in 196(1 nearly 100,000 college students threatened suicide, one in 10 of these actually tried it and 1,000 succeeded. The suicide rate for college students is 50 per cent higher than for Americans in general of a comparable age. Dr. Ross said. "Suicide is recognizable, pre dictable and preventable." he said. A feature often round in the background of adolescents who attempted suicide. Dr. Ross did, \vas "some kind of social olation, most often a disorgan- ed home or a breakdown ol imily structure." Studies also have shown, he lid, that "other socially isolat- ig situations for the child arose ·om a sense of parental rcjoc on. a disruption of a romantic nvolvcmeiit with a hoy friend r girl friend, frequent residcn- ial shifts, and behavioral con- ict with parents." NEED TO BE LOVED Everyone has a psychological eed to" he loved. Dr. Ross said, nd running through the lives of uicide-prone youngsters is the feeling of a lo'S of love or being unloved. In s t u d y i n g attempted or threatened suicide by children and adolescents. 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