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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 14

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PAGE FOURTEEN BUTTTEVTIXE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1949 "• President Cites Peace Progress Truman Declares World Accord Nearer Than 3 Years Ago 1 WASHINGTON, June 2. i,f> President Truman .said yesterday he thinks "We fire closer lo world } peace now than at any time in the la.st three years." The President gave (hat opinion in an informal talk to former war correspondents who covered the Normandy Invasion. It came while he was discussing his hopes for eventual world peace. The* correspondents called at the WhitP. Housp to get started on an anniversary trip back to Europe lo report what progress Iva.s been made In the five years since the June 6, 1M4 landings. Chatting with tiic re-porters in the sunbathed iwr carden of the White House, the President reminisced: "I wish I could have been there for D-Day. "I tried to be but General Marshall sain I was too damned old." He recalled to the coiTespondcnt.s that he wint to see Marshall, then chief of staff, «f(er the first drift act He was 56 at the time and General Marshall told liim the war was for younger men. The correspondents thereupon Invited Mr. Truman to make the trip with them tomorrow. He said he would like to "But I've sot to "lay here and work." About three rio7.cn eon'e.s)>onrients appeared at the White House. They will be Joined Sji New York and in . Europe by oUu'vs. Included In the < group are throe Associated Press ! (lien. Ed Ball, now chief of AP's! Nashville bureau; Hal Bo.vle. AP j columnist; and Peter J. Carroll. I photographer, of Boston.' Hollywood Continued from I'age 8 when y»u should have been leaving it: But Ed rail taKc it, too. Visit in? pupsu have had their retaliatory licks. Humphrey Bos art told Archie: "I've evpr rien red many killings In my movie career, hut this is ihr first time I've watched a guy hump off a language." When Aichie told Gertrude j Lawreme that he was her new • Noel Cnu'ard, .she replied; "you're; half right." ! He once urged Sophie Tucker to 1 Food Authorities Term Meat Care 'A Major Concern' Since meat Is a major item In foo<l buying* the importance of its proper ''are In the kitchen Ls emphasized by Reba Staggs. well known home economist. She especially calls attention to hotnenuikers who habitually slip their meat pnckflfiea in the refrigerator straight from Paper wraivprnfis froivi arowuci fresh meat should be removed lirst. points out AILSS Suggs. The nieut should ;ihen be placed on a plate or in a .shallow pan. It is left uncovered or covered lightly with wax paper to allow for a little drying Top Grade Butter Plentiful; Wise Shopper Checks Top jzrarte butter Is In plentiful j .supply now, You .should have no ! trouble in getting U, if you buy U. j S, graded butter and know what ! the graded mean, Price is not a ! sure guide to quality—a (act too | nmny of us do not realize. I Today's shopper who buys sanl- 1 tary packaged butler cannot taste it fir.st chock on quality, as our ; urnndmothers used to do before buying by the crock or in bulk. But she can have an even more reliable guide lo quality than her own taste test II she buys U. S. graded butter. Immediately fn the meal comnrt- i meiVt or in the coldest part ol the] refrigerator. A cold, dry location, but not j necesssarity the coldest part of the" refrigerator, i.s the best for .smoked j meats such as ham or bacon, says | this home economist. And /hen [ cooking bacon, hornemakers should Inke out of the rerigcrator only the amount lhey'1] be usinp. since room make a picture with him. Said he. "Sophie, Hollywood is calling you." She replied: "If you make the picture, I can hear what they're calling me." grader of the U. S. Department of Agriculture who Is & highly trained expert on Judging butter quality. Without that "U. S." a grade or temperatures do not keep bacon at its best. Cooked meats and leftovers, she .says, .should be slired In the refrigerator tightly covered. The covering is needed to help keep the meat from drying- out. score on the packtge does not nec- esurlly mean tint the quality meet*'the requirements of t 0. S. gride. The highest grade under U. S. standards is (J. S. Grade AA or 93 score butter which Is tops in quality and has a fine, highly pleasing flavor. Ranking next is U. S, grade A or 12 score, which Is good quality butter with a pleaMng llavor. Both of these U. S. grades can be depended on as delicious when warm or cold. They will be ax appetising when served as a sauce for hot- cooked vegetables or melted on waffles u when spread on a slice of bread. (J. S. Grade 90 score Is satisfactory table butter but lack some of the finer characteristics of the two top grades. Flavor and aroma are so important In butter that U. S. graders check these characteristics first, and all must have keen senses of taste and smell and special train- Ing for this job. U. S. graders also carefully examine the butter for body, color and salt before giving it an official grade. Honey Is plentiful as well as good butter For a good spread for griddle cakes and for after school snacks, try blending them. Honrr Butter: Cream 'i cup butter. Add !', to VI cup honey gradually, creaming mixture well aftei each addition of honey. NOTICE OF ACCOUNT* OT KXECUTOB8 AND AIIMINI8TKATOKS FILED Notice 1* hereby given that during the month of May, IMC the following account* of Bucutort and Administrators have been filed for settlement and confirmation In the Probate Court for the Chickasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas and that such accounts with their respective filing dates are u follows: No. 1181. Estate of Mamie Gill Brister, deceased. Final report of Vernice M. Brister, Administrator filed May 5. 1M0. No. 170S. Estate of Mary E. Mid- dteton, deceased. Final report ol Thomas Middleton, Administrator filed May IT, 1M«. No. 1MB. Estate, of L. R. Matthews, deceased. Pinal report of Ellen Young Matthews, Executrix filed May 24, 1M0. No. 1»U. Estate of Joseph Horner. deceased. Final report of A. J. Homer, Executor filed May 24. IMS. AH persons Interested In the settlement of any of the above estates a«* warned to file exceptions thereto, H any have they on or before the sixtieth day following the filing of the respectlre accounts falling which they will be barred forever from excepting to the accounts. . Witne.ss my hand and seal afi such Clerk and th« «*«] of Mid Court thi. the 1*1 da» of June, 1M«. ELIZABETH BLTTBX (Probate ClerW By Stell* Cain, Deputy SPECIAL ON ATTIC FANS • 30" Fan $65, • 36" Fan $75 • 42" Fan $85 Shut Metal Work of All Kinds FRANK SIMMONS TIN SHOP 117 South Broadway Phone 2651 BILL HOLLAND. WINS GRUELING INDIANAPOLIS RACE tfM21 MILES PER HOUR TIRES! 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