The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 16, 1949 · Page 11
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June 16, 1949

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

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THCTWDAY, M. •LYTHEVTLLE (XKK.T COURIER KEWB FACE ELEVEW Summer Dishes Need New Spice Cranberry Chutney, Rice Pilaff Featured In City Luncheon At th» recent American Spice Trade Association luncheon In New York »lv«n to food writers, the spice men showed the potentialities o( seasoning In every-day food. f The spotlight was on curry as H^rell as cranberry chutney and rice pilaff which are served with the curry. Other foods featured included: A delicious cold Sumatra soup flavored with mace; Shrimp New Orleans, In a delicious sauce including black pepper, red peppe: thyme and bay leaf; Zucchini, the Italian member of the squash family now generally available in this country, tried to a golden brown with the aid of paprika; a new ASTA summer salad, based upoi an Hawaiian recipe, using fresh fruits and a cream dressing; cinnamon and Ice cream and Ice box cookies flavored with anise seeds Appetizers including fried shrimp marinated in mustard, scallops ii garlic sauce, chili meat balls and cheese custard. A domestic whit wine was served instead of cock tails. Cranberrj- Chutney One and one-half pounds U! cans) whole cranberry sauce. '. pint vinegar. ',• pound brown sugar " t pound seedless raisins, *,i poun bleached almonds, chopped fine, teaspoon ground ginger, ',= teaspoo red pepper. To the cranberries add the gar and other ingredients, bo slowly stirring occasionally, unt the chuteny is fairly thick. Pou the mixture into hot sterile ja and seal them immediately. Rice Pilaff ^^ (Serves 6) *Cr 'One-half medium-size onion. ',-, pound Carolina or Southern rice, '; cup butter or fortified margarine, 1 quart clear consomme. Pry onion and rice in butter, stirring, until rice is well mixed and lightly browned. Add consomme, cover and let cook in moderate oven 050 degrees P.) for approximately 18 minutes. Serve immediately. If quick-cooking rice is used, proceed as aixive but bring to boil on top ol stove, turn off heat and let stand tightly covered 10 minutes. Potatoes Fried In Five Ways; Each Different Legal Right of Missouri PSC to Okay Phone Rate Increases Is Challenged JBFFZRSON CITY, June 16—W) —The Missouri Public Service Commission doesn't have the legal right to grant Southwestern Bell Telephone Company fj.100,000 in emergency rate Increases. That was 'the key to the attack yesterday against the utility's requested temporary hike in rates lor Missouri customers. The public hearing opened here yesterday. Jerome Joffee, counsel for the City of Kansas City, also declared the company didn't even show there was an emergency requiring an Im- edlate increase in rates. He said Missouri laws do not ve the utility regulating body the ght to grant emergency relief to utilities In the >tatt. REDS LOSE FACE—German railroad strikers rip down a larse portrait of Slalin in order lo turn it around, after forcing their way into the Russian-controlled railway headquarters in the U S sector of Berlin. The rampaging strikers turned all pictures of Stalin and Lenin face to the wall, (Photo by NliA-Acme siarl correspondent Al Cocking.) Negro Prowler Is Shot by Spa Officer HOT SPRINGS, Ark.. June 15. Wj—A negro prowler was shot lo death by police Lt. E. W. Roves hpre early today. He wns identified by Rove as Arcl.ie Scott, 19, of Malvorn. Howe said h" and detective Columbus Garrctt were cruising near the Sears, Roebuck warehouse on Hot Springs Creek when they saw Scott and a white man prowling the weeds near the building. Tile police lieutenant said he opened fire when Scott drew a gun. The white man escaped during the shooting. Dr. Forrest Jarre], coroner, was to hold fin inquest this afternoon. John Mohler of St. Louis, chief attorney for the utility, replied th» commission time and again has granted temporary rate Increases to utilities He estimated the emergency vale hike would give the utility about six per cent return on its Investment, enough to meet a recent $2,300.000 Increase in *nae costs in Missouri and to cover big operating cost rises. James E. Crowe, representing the city of St. Louis, told the commission the requested rate hike would be paid for largely by St. Ixiuls— at least 35 per cent. There were a do/.en Missouri cities Joined together today to fight the emergency rate hike. Outstanding Pictures To Be on Exhibition FAYETTEVILLE, Ark., June 15. i.r,—Nine of the outstanding news pictures of 1M» will be exhibited U the University of Arkansas dur- ng the Arkansas Press Association Seminar wTuch opens' her* tomorrow. The pictures were selected in a national contest of which the University of Missouri school of Journalism wu a co-sponsor. A SUBSTITUTE FO« MEAT k MACARONI -SPAGHETTI A PUKI »&O NOOPLit M \\ Listen to Auto-Lite'i SUSPENSE Every Thursday Evening WREC8-.00 JOHN MILES MILLER CO. Distributor of Auto-Lite Spark Plugs NOTICE TO CREDITORS pursuant to Section 1 of A 2m of 1945. notice Is hereby given that Letters of Administration the Estate of Raymond English deceased, were issued to the under signed by the Judge of the Probate Court of Mississippi County, in th State of Arkansas, on the 10th day of May 1949. Al! persons having claims against said estate arc therefore notified to exhibit t-ie same to the undersigned, properly authentlcati. within six months from da.e ot first publication of this notice or they shall be precluded from any benefit in said estate. Leone English, Lynn, Arkansas. D. Leonard Ungo, Attorney. Walnut Hidge, Arkansas, Maybe It takes » farmer's wife to fry potatoes properly. Well, there are five proper ways, according to "Successful Farming." And here they are—all different, all good. 1. French-fried: Cut pared raw potatoes into narrow, lengthwise strips with a Icnile or gadget especially for this purpose. Soak in cold water one hour before frying. Drain the strips thoroughly be- »twten towels. Heat deep fat to 370 degrees F. Fry a few potatoes at a time' until they are golden brown. Then place on absorbent paper to drain. Just before serv- ine. fry them again in 390 degrees r'fat until crisp and brown. Drain on absorbent paper. Sprinkle with salt. 2. Country Style: Slice raw potatoes one-eighth inch thick. For one quart of potatoes, heat two tablespoons of bacon drippings in a heavy pan. Add sliced potatoes to hot fat. Season with salt and pepper, chopped or thinly sliced onion or chives may be added. If desired. Fry the potatoes over low heat until slices are brown and crisp. Then turn and fry slowly on the other side. Do not cover. Serve at once. 3. Hash-brown: Place diced, boiled potatoes in frying pan with a small amount of hot fat. Add daub of .paprika for a rich, golden brown. Do not stir. Turn once— when they are brown and crusty on the bottom side. 4. I.yonnaUe: Fry one-fourth cup chopped onion in one-fouurth cup of bacon drippings or fat unti yellow. Add one quart diced cooked potatoes. Season to taste Brown on both sides. Add choppet parsley and mix. Serve at once. 5. O'Brien: Brown six cups diced, raw potatoes in deep fat. Brown separately one-fourth cvip onion, two tablespoons green pcp- Butterflies on a Bat NEW ORLEANS.—George Berg, who has a collection of 15.000 butterflies, says he caught most of the insects by getting them drunk. He .sets out rotting fruit for bait, the fruit Juices ferment, ana the butterflies that drink It get too tipsy to fly awny. per. Add potatoes to onion and pepper. Seasoti. Stir in two tablespoons of pimiento and parsley. CLOTHES ARE EXPENSIVE MAKE YOURS LAST find * S«f*r . X *>« not coo».',„ SODIUM HYPO- CHLORITE or ony other chomul *•» "My "rat" Md w**k*n th* fabric of your OoA« .. HUNK * • Si Uo*d< «h*» •* not » •ny fabric H»» w«»«f it MK ml no* h*rm. Wise Shoppers Know Where to guy- CORN Arizona QUICK TO MONEY-SAVING I Luttrell's Meats Are Better! We are proud to announce that J. I). Lunsford has been placed in charge «f ouv meat department. 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