PAGE ten BLYTHEVTI.LE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THUKSDAY, JTJtfE 23, 1949 fig Insurance Refund Due GIs VA Will Di«bun« $2,SOO,000,000 in Half of 1950 WASHINGTON, June 23. (,PI — ifh* WggeM checks In the forthcoming Insurance dividend payment. probably will RO to young veterans. the Veterans Administration said today. ; Veterans who converted their policies into any of the six types ot permanent insurance also are likely to hurvest proportionately larc- er dividends than (heir comrades who retained ''term" insurance. . Veterans administrator Carl R. !Gray Jr.. has ordered payment during the first six months of 1S50 of a special J2. 800.000,000 dividend on 20000,000 National Service Life Insurance policies held by 16.500,000 World War II veterans. A VA spokesman said younger veterans will collect the larger dividends because they have had a comparatively low mortality rate. Owners of converted policies probably will collect more because of the higher premiums they have paid, although a uart of the increased premium builds up as sav- Fruit Goes In Cake For Cold Dessert Here's nn easy dessert with a caterer's appearance: Ambrosia Ice Bajc Cake (6 s*rvinfft) Two cups orange sections, free from membrane. '-; cup sugar, 1 cup shredded coconut, .sponge cake, •>k cup cream, whipped. Arrange layers of orange sections hi howl and sprinkle each layer with sugar and coconut. Chill 15 minutes. Meanwhile, line a refrigerator tray with slices of sponge cake cut l i-lnch thick. Drain Juice ins*. The .spokesman sairi Ihe vptcians agency -still is working on the dividend pay scale, and has not vet indicated whether it will release details of the scale when it Ls completed. The lowest dividend check, he said, wiU be to owners of polities of $1.000 that have L>een in effed only three momlis, The ' highest payments wit! be on maximum- amount policies of $10,00(1 that have been in effect for the full -.eight years. Policies acquired since Jan. 1 1948 are not eligible for the specia 1 dividend. Don't Miss This SALE! CROFT'S SKELLY STATION "Where Old Friends Meet New Friends" Saturday, Sunday & Monday Wash, Grease and Oil Change $*195 Better Service—Less Money 40 Cigarets with Gas. 600 x 76 Tire and Tube Better Service—Less Money ..'1 '13" FREE P!*«s« Bring Coupon (or Fr« Package Of Cigarets FREE CROFT'S SKELLY STATION Ark-Mo Slate Line Bill Bristow—Earl Noble— Herschel Croft Leftover Ham Can Be Converted Into Tasty Dishes With Appeal 39 rnlnulis. Ham balls In rice rlnf put leftover ham to work. Here's a top-quality recipe for using leftover ham or canned luncheon meat: Ham Balls in Rice Rt«r (4*6 Servings) - Two cups ground cooked ham, about 12 ounces, V.- cup tine dry bread crurngs, 1 egg, beaten, \'-> cup milk, 2 teaspoons prepared mustard, 1 Leasiwon Worcestershire sauce, 1 teaspoon kitchen bouquet, one 3-onnce can broiled mushrooms. 1 tablespoon com-.starch, 2 tablespoons vinegar, 1-4 cup .sugar, 1-4 teaspoon salt, '/, cup dry white wine or water. Put enough cooked ham or luncheon meat through food chopper lo make 2 cups. Add bread chumbs, epg, mIlk, prop,!rcri jnu.itard and Worcestershire sauce to ham. Mix from orange mixture and pour over cake, Place tray in freezing compartment of refrifjerator. set control for a low .speed and chill 4 hours. Cut in squares to serve. This peach Bavarian cream Is also easy and good. Peach Bavarian Cream (R servings One package nr-mse or \fcmon- flavored gelatin, 2 tablespoons sugar, dash salt, 1 cup hot water. 1 cup canned peach juice, !-j cup cream, whi pped. I to 1' i c ups crushed i drained peacrfes. 2 or 3 drops al| mond extract. Di.s-solve gelatin, sugar and salt in i hot water. Add peach Juice. Chill until slightly thickened, then fold in whipping cteam, Combine peaches and flavoring, Fold into gelatin mixture. Turn into individual molds. Chill until firm. Unmotrf. Garnish together thoroughly and shape Into 16 small balls.. Place ham balls in shallow baking pan and brush balls lightly with kitchen bouquet. Bake In moderate over f350 degrees F.) until lightly browned, about 30 minutes. Meanwhile, combine In smal saucepan the contents of can o mushrooms, cornstarch, vinegar sugar, salt and w me or water. Bring to boil over moderate heat, stirrin constantly. Pour sauce over har balls and continue baking for J minutes. Serve in rice ring, or ove hot .cooked noodles, garnished with ting watercress bouquets. <i Speaking of watercress, try thL unusually delightful omelet: Potato Watercress Omelet M-tf Servings) One cup leftover mashed potatoes !i teaspoon salt. \'- teaspoon dr mustard. J i cup milk. 4 eggs, sep aratecS, *'•, bunch watercress, tablespoons. butter. ' Place potatoes in mixing bow! Arid salt, mustard, milk and eg yolks. Mix together thoroughly wit kitchen fork. Cut watercress stem in Id-Inch lengths and coarsely cu the leaves. Fold watercress into th potato mixture. Beat egg..white until stiff bin not dry and fol in ' the potato-watercress mixture Meanwhile, melt butter in 8-inc frying pan over moderate he 1 Place omelet mixture in pan a let cook until lightly browned v, the bottom, about 10 minutes. Plac under pre-heated broiler until th top is tightly brow»ecl and the ecu ter firm. Cut In wedge-shaped pieces aiiri serve immediately. Garnish with short-cut sprays ot watercress. 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