The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 26, 1934 · Page 3
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SATURDAY. MAY 26, 1934 3L,Y1'HEV1LLE, (AEK.) COUBUiR NEWS "Coldest Woman" in Hot Denial Called akcvr, acid vegetables lire canned by the | pressure method. If you want (o\ Invest In a pressure cooker you, will Pnd il « pajlnj Investment j because the cooker can be used for 1 many cooking purpssr-s In addition lo canning. The government Bureau of Home Economics uu- vlsos thin such vegetables us corn, beans and peas and asparagus be i-nnneil only l:y the pressuie mcth- cd. No other method will develop u teuiiK-raune high enough lo In,sur:> destruction of harmful bacteria and s|wres in lliesc vegetii- •• bk-s. To (.'an <'urii Choose corn which is young anil icndct. "in llio milk" Ihe grower calls it. Be sure llmt il is nol allowed lo hmi In the husk tiller gathering . Cut corn from cob, add boiling ualcr lo cover and trlnj lo boiling p-jint. Boil Ihree minutes and stir In '2 teaL|WOi>s lemon juice lor i-ach pint of corn. Fill prepared Jars to within one-half inch from th; lop. Add I teaspoon .salt ami 1 uaspoon sugar lo each pint' ji'.r, hull seal and process 'i 1-2 hours in hcl-water balli cunncr or lor HO minuies at 15 pounds pressure in steam pressure cuokcr. | Remove from hot walcr at the end of prcc:ssiUB period and fln- r.resiurc ccckcr turn oiil heat tin- I ih-j "cold.'.-,-, wcman in J-lmlywsod." Elissn Landi, fitia beauty, j^, scutiii;;. Cool tiuickly. In the i| suing for divorce, regards the title as an unjubl stigma. Slie dor cooker at the end of the proc- \t- '.i j.lu- clios-.- .1 lo-mil's life because of her "high rjganl for the c;-;ing period and lei siand until I s>-j cnnract." afiw her huslmnd. John Cecil Lawrence. London Victim of Militia Gas Attack .Utarm-y, refused to gu to I]o!lyv,c-od lo reside, fearing h? would la ilHi) clMcunly as "Mi-. Eiissi Landi." She charges mental cruelly l-'iij asking freedom from Lawrence. Speed Spells Success in llie Canning of Vegetables It iccdiililc-raiimnj; is or- your tlnouglioul the can. Dense inix- hrusrhold t:r«i£T.-iin, voii'Ll find iu-jturcs packed coltl in jars arc unite v;i!u.i!:lr liiuls in llie :irlirle lietow, irnpossicic lo heal lo llu; center — Ihc fourlli in :i s-.'iics ul six on ' of Ihc can by ordinary aiethods of liuinc-ranriinr subjects. I canning. Consequently tills foot! j FIV MAISV K. DAG UK I is i;ol heated lo a temperature' .M-:A Snvle-c- Stan" Wrilcr jhigh enough to destioy all living Nnlhin; tan excel liome-canrii'il orgniiU-ms and spoilage .is certain vi-;;i l;<b!us Ircsh from the home! to occur, lli-nce. all these wiirn- i gauge hn.s reached zero. Then re| move cans and finish sealing. '"" | Ilc:ms (Orccn) i" i WiW.Ii teans and remove strings I nnd ends just, as you would for iccokiiij; for the table. Cut into diamonds or lenve tiny ones whole. Pul inlo boiling water lo cover and boil hard for five minutes. Pack loosely in hot jur.s, adding svaler in which they were -cooked lo cover. Ellr in 1 lcas|>oon lemon juice and add 1-2 ,tcnspoon salt to each pint jar. Half seal. Process in hot-water bath 1 1-2 hours Process 40 minutes ul 15 pounds >eniKot WiU Have Eight Cawunf Centeri CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo.—Frank .Vilks, In chiigo of Garden rdl«f or I'emlscol County, lias nniiuunc- d there will be nl least elulil aiming centers nl convenient x>lnis over the county (or canning hLS Harden and other food' tuffs [or dill nnd whiter con- umutlun. Ho said tin; cvnUTK ,ould begin operation July I, with ietnonstratlons at e*ch place- In annlnu mc-llwxls. These canning plants \vlll bo lo- •ulwl nt Cottonwuod Point. Coot- ii, Steele, Holland, Curuthcrsvllle. 'iiiicoln, Brags City, uiul possibly iiij'll. W»rdell. mid Blnnley. Our- len meetings are being held over [ he county, InUructliiK xiirdcti owncis how to cultivate foodstuffs, I Did urging iiiii|)!e production for 'urntly use. Bully for the Ladies! l>re.ssure In sleam pressure cooker. Lima Iltans only young, tender One iide of his face almost lorn nway when he was slruck squarely mi the head by a 'gasshcll. Orvllle Kane, railway fireman, is shown here as he was led from ihe scene of Ihc savage riot .at the Electric Auto-Lite plant- Kane's sight could be saved. in Toledo, Jlc was "a Revival of Industry Shows Lack of Skilled Labor SCRANTON, Pa. <UI>)—An In-' crease In the tempo ol Industrial • activity has revealed & dettlh of skilled labor In many lines, regional directors of the Interim-' llonal Correspondence Schools re-' port lo officials of llie school hurc. "One of the unexpected remits of the depression years.' Ralph E. Weeks, president of the schools, said, "is that now when an Industry urgently nectta highly skilled men, (t llnds In many cases there arc not a sufficient number lo fill the demand. "Many of the older men Imve died and others have moved In an effort to secure ]obs. As a result, O. Doctors doubted thm,| lt has become a real problem to bystander, walchlng troops | train qualified skilled help." and strikers battle In Ihe street. •are not li) break the skin nor c much water by weight. Add Ihe long straight, "lap" root. Dropl teaspoon lemon juice and 1-2 tea' ' i;;irtlrn but vou must keep iti mind that slogan "im hour fiom garden to can" and work rajiidly. Yo;i niusl have perfect vegct.i- l;l:::. perfect sterilization of equipment nnd product and be willing 1» take tiiue.lo be meticulous in Inllowini; directions if you would \yy succcssful iti ihp cannin ron-r.cki vegetables. ings about non-acid vegetables. Steps ir rrrpnriuf To prcixuc vegetables lor can- niiia. they iire first washed and thoroughly cbaned. They Use j fresh licans. .Shell and wash. Cook in toiling walcr to cover for live' minuies. Stir in 1 teaspoon lemon juice lor each pint and pack loosely in jars. Add witter in which they. were cooked In cover. Add 1-2 leaspoon sail to each, half then prepared as for immcdiale use. water is added to cover them and they arc heated to the boiling of | point and cooked about three mill-] utcs. "Lemon juice is stirred into! into a ketrte of boiih* waU=r ,UH, ^^^^ .^ier "" d cold wat "and "*£!? Pack "»<>' * ' *•» - » *»»* '"in hoi sterilized jars, adding. 1-2 teaspoon sail, 1 lcas;x)on sugar in steam pressure cooker. If you can in quart jars Increase Thr cold-pack mi'tho:! which v.e all h:!ihd as I he olrl-faUii an improvement over ;iicii open-ketUe has by Ihe hat-pack seal and procc-ss in hot-water bath two hours. Process in steam pressure cooker al 15 pounds pressure lor one hour. Beets Can a few jars of small beets the vegetable and then, with a clip, the hot mixture is dipped into hot, sterilized jars, rubbers and covers adjusted and the product- yivc !hc !uv; rciirlts. Vcsctabl:si is ready lor the final processing an- pre-ccofccd P few minutes IK-'period. Glass jars are half sealed Irrr packhi', i" jar., and thry i:rs| l)eforc processing lint tin cans are packed hoi. This pro-cookisi^' nol• complvlcly fealed before pulling inly shrinks llie vegetable biil illin.tlie canner. irakes lor a ur.:fi-.rm (emiK-raliirc l.-;inon-juice is nnl added if non known us "baby bests" for 5(>ecial occasions. They require no dicing or slicing and arc most delicious and attractive (or serving. Larger be diced necessary cut in ready for bcels rhould quarlcn, its serving. Wash bC2ls thoroughly using vegetable brush. Cut off. tops IcaV- - Ing about two inches of-slctn. Takt pressure cooker. Half seal ami pro-1 cess two hours in prc-heatcd oveii| at 275 degrees F., 1 1-4 hours In i hoi waler bath and 40 minutes, in | pressure cooker al 15 pounds prcs-; ing. by NK\T: Tomaln Canning. Greens Wash of All Klmls 'ji ' 'llic Chinese use ihe rcmorn.j or sucking fish, for catching lur-1 lies. A sslrini; is attached to the ' tail cf ll:c fish and U Is released In the walcr. "When il atltichcs It- grccns thoroughly. Sieiuu telf lo a untie by means of the or cook in walcr which clings" lo .section cup on lap of 1U head, the leave:: until willed. Pack Inanely i fisherman pulls both up. in Jin's, lidding walcr in wh'ictv, ' (hey were cooked to cover. Be «urc| The Young Men's Christian Aslo "ruck greens loosely and ucU'rociaiion was founded jn London plenty-of water, nib rule is tall; In 184-s. • " I p»niih girls, who've done »ll the cheering at the bull light* in the post, fetl that they'd like n little flBhtuij lor a change. One of sevv ral society girls from Seville who »howed prowess a* toreadors 1» pictured above showing her ring teclmlque, , T ,one Veteran Adjourns G. A. R. Peit Sine Die .•rrESTONE, Minn. (UJ 1 )— On: ray-haired okl man recently «d- ourned sine die the Simon Mix >06t No. 95 of the'Grand Arm) >f Oie Republic after 60 years. Commander W. B. Brown has been the only member present at annual meetings since u lew years ago when he announced his In- ttntlon of keeping the post active until It rounded out » full hal century. The other living member of th post, James Hendrtn of Wood stock, h»s been unable to attend for some years. Hence, Oom mander Brown In full regalia met with hlmsell, called th meetings to order, transaclce whatever business was at hand and adjourned. The first of this month, the commander, who,, will be 80 In June, fulfilled hlV promise ' and adjourned the pott forever at lU iftlcth meeting. :.;_' FOR SALE Laredo Soybeans $1.75 Per Bushel L,R. Matthews Gin Company Yarbro "I do not advise any woman to try to be President, until she has gained experience in minor offices. ... Every woman in public life will be watched' far more carefully than a man," —-sa^s Mrs. MRS. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT .ROOSEVE-LITi First Lady of the Land, in a Series of Intimate, Informative Articles i "IT'S UP; rro THE WOMEN Here are Mr*. Roosevelt's opinions on Divorce, Marriage, Careers for Women, Children, Home Life, Job* —and Grandmothers. Every word written by herself—coming to you daily* Starting Monday in Courier News

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