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June 9, 1949

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

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THURSDAY, JUNE t, 1949 HouseCommiflee Whittles Budget $10,000,000 for Work On New Senate Office Not Appropriated WASHINGTON. June »— (IP,— The House Appropriations Committee refused yesterday to approve $10,000.000 for work on a new Senate jBice building but said the Senat- W may buy new swivel chairs and refrigerators. The committee also decided that House members can get along without 2,000 new desk lamps, but should have new carpets for their offices Completing a $62,200,705 hill to finance the legislative estahlish- ment for the 12 months starting July i, the commute refused, too. to approve a requested $1.500 appropriation for plped-ln soft music for the Ubrary of Congress. Luther Evans, the labrarinn. said hft wanted the music in the library card division because music "increases the productiveness of the staff" in ceriain rountine operations. Gofs !» Hous« Saying "no." the committee commented that If it let the library have music other government departments would want it also, and first thing you knew the govern- merit's music bill would be terrific. The bill Ls to come up for House debate today. Despite the cut ordered by the committee, the bill's total is 5686,114 more than Congress voted for its own and related operations for the current fiscal year. It is $11.697,479 under the total BLTTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER KEWS recommended man's budget. in President Tru- Almost all of the budget cut was due to removal JM.000,000 for of a request continuation alannlng and a start on construct^n of a new Senate office building. The House Committee said that If the Senate really wants the new building now, the Senate can put the money back in the bill. Unprocessed Uranium Not War Material, Military Court Says FRANKFURT. Germany. June 9 — (ft—A U.S. Military Government Court ruled yesterday that uranium in Its natural state Is not necessarily a war material, and acquitted riine Germans on charges of posses- »inK a 2300-gram block of it Cabout 91 ounces). Uranium in Its processed form Is used in making atomic bombs. Judge Fred G. Cohn of Raleigh, N.C.. Mid that if uranium in its natural state was a war material then the same would be true of *11 materials that could be used for making weapons. "If the element uranium is deemed to be a war material, there must be legislation to that, effect," he said. The nine defendants had admitted attempting to sell the uranium block to n-u.S. Army agent, and .based their defense entirely on the contention that uranium is not s^war material. I|P The block had been used in nuclear fission experiments at the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute in Wuerl- temburg. The block In (ruestion was found by a. child playing near the stream ia passed through several hands before reaching the nine men. Salmon Steaks Plentiful Now For Easy Menu Begin the week with a few special recipes in mind, it will make menu planning easier. BnUed Salmon Sinks with NuUard Sauce To prepare fish: Dry steaks thoroughly. Brush generously with melted butter and season with salt, pepper ami a sprinkle of paprika. Place on greased broiler, brown evenly on both side*. Cook until tenner. Use wide spatula or pancake turner to turn steaks. Serve with Muslard Sauce. Mustard Saure (Make sanproximatriy P,i cup* Tw : o tablespoons butter, 2 table- siwons flour, 1 cup milk. V4 teaspoon salt. 1-8 teaspoon pepper, teaspoon dry mustard. 2 tablespoons finely chopped dill pickle 'or sweet pickle). 1 diced liard- cookeri esg. dash paprika. Melt butter in saucepan. Remove from fire and add flour. Stir unti blended. Add milk gradually, stirring constantly until smooth. Cook until thickened, stirring constantly Add remaining ingredients anr heat 1 to 2 minutes longer, stirring Vcgftable-Beef Soup (Serves 4) Two pounds beef shank. 2 tablespoons drippings. 2 quarts cold water, salt .pepper. 1-4 cup barley. 2 medium onions, sliced, 4 celery outside stalks, cut up, 5 medium potatoes, sliced, 1 cup cabbage, shredded. 2 cups canned tomatoes. Cut meat from bone In serving size pieces and brown in drippings Cover meat and bone with cold salted water and simmer until tender. Remove meal and bone from broth. Cool and skim off fat. Bring broth to a boil, add barley, ant when it boils again, add all vegetables except tomatoes. Cook until vegetables are tender add tomatoes and reheai. While vegetables cook, brown meat agaii slowly in drippings to give added flavor and color. Serve meat in bowl of hot vegetable soup. If you buy a soup bane such a-.shin of beef, ask the dealer to saw (lie bone in pieces. You get the fill flavor of the bone marrow in th soup this way. Slow cooking brings out the flavor and enriches th soup with gelatin, from the bon and connective tissues of the meat Cook the meat and bones the da before you make soup. When th stock cools, the fat can belifted off Chocolate Coke Certain to Make Hit As Fathers' Day Dinner Table Treat 'Hex' Slayer's Last Attempt to £ scape Noose Is Blocked WALLA WALLA, Wash.. June 9 (>Pj—Jake Bird's latest, and possibly his last, maneuver to beat the noose has been denied by a federal court judge. A new execution date—his fourth •—will soon be set. The 46-year-old Negro was convicted of murdering Mrs. Bertha Kludt in Tacoma in 1947. Her daughter was also slain. At the time of his conviction Bird pronounced a hex on those responsible for his conviction. Since then live persons connected with the case have died. Police officials who have questioned Bird since his conviction said he admitted knowledge of or ^implication la 44 slayings throughput the country. " It was through these confessions —and the Investigations which followed—and through a highly skillful series of legal maneuvers that Biid gained previous stays of execution. Chief Judge William Denman of the Ninth U. S. District Court of Appeals rejected the convicted ax- slayer's latest appeal. for hearing Denman held with three previous courts that there was no basis for Bird's complaint police had beaten a confession from him. PACK RVX A rkct cbocelaU cake with his name on II spells for D»d on Father's Uaj. Plain American Dish Dressed Up by Seronne Certainly, fried eggs are a plai American dish. But now come along Ann Seranne with a littl book called The Art of Egg Cook try. In it, she lists these ways o dressing up plain fried eggs: Serve fried eggs with French fried onion rings and flat sansagt. Serve fried eggs on fried slice of ham and garnish with small sauteed rmishroom caps. Serve fried eggs with corn fritters. Serve fried eggs with sweetbreads which have been dipped in egg and crumbs and fried in butter. Serve fried eggs with fried fillet of flounder dipped in batter and crisp bacon Serve fried egps with a little thickened gravy on top of the yolk and accompanied by chicken livers cooked in sherry. Served fried epgs with ' pan- broiled ham slices and pinapple slices. The Art of Egg Cookery also goes in for scrambled eggs—but In a somewhat dressy manner. Ho*' about Father's Day? The sure-lire answer in most American homes is always "a rich chocolate cake." But what about the rest of Dad's own Father's Day dinner? Well, to that question there are positive answers, loo. Here's a list of foods men generally rate as "best"—slenk roast beef, potatoes, corn, lima beans, beef-steak tomatoes, sweet onions. Men like peace and quiet, too. How about having a little conference with the rest of the family before his dinner. Agree to postpone all arsurnems, demands and general confusion until the next day. As to the cake, here's one with Dad" all over it. created exclusively for this column by cake experts of Swift & Co. Home Economics Laboratories, Father's Day Cake Preparation: Have all ingredients at room temperature. Preheat oven to 375 degrees p. Line bottoms of 2 heartshaped pans with waxed paper. Ingredients: One-half cup shortening. 2',i cups sifted cake flour. l*i cups sugar. I'l teaspoons soda. 1 teaspoon salt. ] teaspoon vanilla, I'l cups sour milk or buttermilk. 2 squares melted chocolate. 2 eggs. Step I: Place shortenirjR in bowl. Sift together flour, sugar, soda, and salt into bowl .Arid Vanilla and 1 cup of the sour initk. Beat 2 minutes on medium speed of electric mixer, or by hand using ISO strokes per minxite. Throughout mixing time keep batter scraped from sides and bottom with rubber scraper. Scrape bowl and beaters. Step 2: Add melted chocolate, eggs and remaining sour milk and beat for 2 additional minutes. Scrape bowl and beaters. Pour equal amounts of batter into cake pans. Bake in moderate oven (375 degrees FJ for 30 minutes or until done. Cool. 968 BLYTHEVILLE CAB 501 East Main Jack 0/menl-Richard Pujrh &> NOW For Immediate Delivery FERTILIZER Ammonium Nitrate Blyttieville Fertilizer Corporation P«rTon F. 0. B. Plant I We suggest that you fill your re- ^ | quirements now while the material *p South Highway 61 Phont 3105 H'inj. Cream li cup shortening vvitli •?; teaspoon sail and 1 teaspoon vanilla. Add 2 cups sifted crmfectionei's 1 sugar and 2 tablespoons milk. Reserve a little (or letleiins and decoration. Stir 2 Mjuares (2 ounces) melted unsweetened chocolate into remaining icing Adri additional milk if necessary to make a soft creamy mixture Fill and ice cake with chocolate Use white icing for "Dad" and the frill around tile edge, or reverse tising white icing for cake and chocolate lor lettering. America's first colored glass was made by Evert Duycking of New Amsterdam, on Manhattan. Finds Cure for Blues! PIANO TUNING The world's finest — done with Hie famous STHOBO- CONN and EXCLUSIVE to Ihis territory. Enjoy a perfectly tuned piano once, RADIO REPAIR on every make and model done bv a GOVERNMENT UCENSKD radio-telephone operator with every job GUARANTEED RIGHT. MUSIC SUPPLIES Everything from the finest pianos lo the smallest parts RADIOS — SHEET MUSIC —RECORDS—JUST ANYTHING IN MUSIC. Music Store 107 E. Main Tel. 811 fife, "Mondays alu-ays gavt me tho«e washday blues till i changed to Isrw Perk Soap,' 1 says Mrs. Harvey Chap- mnn. 7750 Indiana Ave., Dearborn, Mich. "But bclk»t me, Perk makes a (treat, big, glorious difference. A diflcrcnce I myself can see in my dazzling white sheets atxl shirts. And Perk saves me real money, loo. because Perk saves up to one-third on soap." Take a tip from Mrs. Chipman and see the nay Perk gets whites Tfally while and removes Ikkciy-splk. Try Perk today! Venetian Blind* of Such clean Venetian blinds! Oust skids right off Flexa- lum, it's so Mtin-wnoothl This aluminum bendc for quick brush-ups, »nap> b*ck into perfect shape! Lighter, easier to operate. And Uw beauty last*! Plastic 6nufc won't chip or crack. Finn- lum is fireproof, rail-proof. Kealher-proof. Cnslom-madt only. Con* choose from beautiful colors . -. bring window me«»- urements. So inexpensive! Custom - made only. Com* choose frnm beautiful colon ...ask Tor .estimate wilhoal obligation. BUILDERS' SUPPLY CO. Inc. \V II. Pease J. WiLsun Hrnry So. 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New Fresh GREEN ONIONS Crisp NEW RADISHES Pickling Si/.e FRESH BEETS Bch 10' And, in addition, we have a complete selection of other economically priced fresh vegetables including new pole beans; fomafocs, squash, lettuce, new potatoes, green cabbage, and many others. Slop in today. CHIFFON FLAKES 2 lor the price oi 1 31c Pit or Carnation MILK 4 tall cans 41 c Jack Sprat Orange Juice 46 oz. can 35c Dei Mar, Plain OLEO Lb.20c All delicious flavors JELLG 3 for 19c Pride of Illinois Fancy all-Green ASPARAGUS No. 2 can 19c Creole Maid OKRA No. 2 can 19c Red Robe Turnip Greens 2 No. 21 cans 25c American Lady Golden Cream Style CORN 2 No. 2cans35c Del Haven SWEET PEAS No. 2 can 14c Jack Sprat APRICOT PRESERVES 2 12-oz. Jars 39c Sare-a-Day or Del Haven BLEACH Qt.l3c Pillsbury FLOUR 10 Ibs 95c Jack Sprat MEAL 10 Ibs 59c Bulk RICE Ibs 49c

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