The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 1, 1949 · Page 11
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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1949 Rural Telephone Plans Discussed Caution Exercised In Developing New Federal Aid Program LITTLE ROCK, Dec. 1. </P) — Present and prospective opernlora approached with optimistic caution yesterday the problem ol expanded rural telephone service in Arkansas. Claude Erwln, Newport attorney, Described for t meeting of some 100 persons, organization ol the mst company In Arkansas to apply lor allocation ol territory under n i new act granting federal assistance * in expansion of rural plioue faclli- BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Cro * n ties. Erwln said that between BO and per cent ol the persons his public service corporation was able to contract wanted Hie service It plans "> offer in the Tuckerman-Swiflon area. He said "the pioneering Ihc Hmal Electrification Administration did IJ paying off In the field of rural telephones." The meeting was called by Governor McMath after Congress authorized long time 1 low-Interest loans for rural telephone development as an amendment to the already existing REA program. S. A. Lane, Russeltville. president of the Arkansas fndcpendent Telephone Association, urged those who plan to seek loans under the new program "to be sure of what you are doing." SUM Must l)u .Selling Job He said It would be necessary "lo do a selling job," as some per sons have gotten a distorted Idea of the low rales they hope to have under the new program. Questions of Lane and oV.iers In- llcated they believe that In cases oJ recession subscribers would discontinue telephone service sooner than electricity. L. E. Latin. St. Louis, vice president of the Southwestern Dell Telephone Company, said that Southwestern rural subscribers hart grown .from a tola] of 766 in 1930 and 3.245 »MII 1945. to a present total of 16.761. In answer to a question as to whether the service was paying for itself of being carried on at the expense of urban service he said "I have a feeling that it is not paying for il.self. but have no figures to support this belief." Charles C. Wine, chairman ol the Arkansas Public Service Commission, presided at the meeting. Wilh pork inlccs dropping' because of a plentiful supply, look lor special recipes to add to the Cluistinns season celebration. Roast crown of pork, Iroin the new "Rector's Naughty '30s Cookbook, is a bountiful affair. It's one ot 400 recipe. 1 ; hi the book collected tioin celebrities of that fabulous era o! Lillian Russell, Diamond Jim bnuiy, Anna Held and Jim Coructi. Crown of J'nrk (Serves 6) Have a l-|K>und loin of poiv trinv mcd and formed into a crown, being sure that each chop bone is covered wilh larding pork. Also secure paper frills for each chop bone. Fill crown with a delicious rit:c stuffing mnde as follows: to 2 rii|xs plain boiled m-e add 1-2 cup finely minced s;reui piippi-r, i iim-ly minced pimiento, a slight gritting of onion and 1-2 teaspoon sane. Mix well and moisten will) 3 tabl(>.-|Kxm.s melted biulet. Put crown in rousting pan, fill cavity svith prepared rice, cover with a piece of buttered paper and .soar ill hot oven 1450 degrees I'M 20 minutes. Reduce iicat to moderate ARMS AID CHIEF-MaJ.-Cien. L. I.. Lcmriitzcr, nhove, heading the Defense Deuai tmcnl's new "ollice of military assistance." will have the responsibility of shipping aims to Europe under Hie milil.-iry assistance program. Navy Veteran Wounds Self; Admits Killing Wife GRAND RAPIDS. Mich.. Dec. I ....nuvt.1. ILCUIII.U iiL'm. LU miHji'iaiu ^1'—A distracted young Navy vet(350 degrees F.) until crown is cook- eran seriously wounded himself with ed, about 2'i to 3 hours, busting n pistn] yesterday anil then ad- froin lime to time. Clean larding ' milled to police he killed his 17- pork from bones and dnws each | year-old wife, chop witli ius paper frill. ' ~" You might put this bonk on your Christmas list. It has humor, nos- The ' J ~- wrl yomh. Lunation Angle. Jr, found in his stripped flown im tile edge of town. Police ialj>ia, good entiti" and a lo' ol old- ' c ' alllc ' f ' o 1 his whereabouts when hr '--••• phoned liis father, head of the lo- Meat Pie Debut Seen in Recipe Giving Variety PAGE ELEVEN , fa-shioiied nhotos of o'.Hoi- atul U.-.SK '• ' (h!>nrci nis father, hrad of the lo troubled times I Veterans Admmi.stniiion offiei I'nrL, <-|,,,,,« u rv,.,. n , r.v, ! „ MrS : A "? 1 ? was . . sl ' ot . lo "=«< k Chops With Crciini Gravy (AlluiV 2 cluips per seivinsf Choose [xjri; I'hops nboui l-incii thick. To ',i cup cracker imal aclii 1 teaspoon poultry seasiminq, 1-t Leaspoon poultry .•casoniii". 1-4 :ea.spoon sail and 1-8 teaspoon pi-p- Genera/ E. C. Robertson Retires as Commander Of Guard Artillery Unit LITTLE ROCK, Dec. 1. tip,— Brig. Gen. ElRan C. Robertson of Marl• nnn, who hris served 44 years In the military service of the. nation retired yesterday as commander'of artillery for the 33th National Cuard Division. A veteran at both world wars General Robertson served with the Arkansas National Guard in the Aleutians during World Wa II. His retirement from active duty »s commander of the Arkansas- louiaiani Guard Division artillery was innounced by Governor .McMath. A successor will be named later by Brig. Gen. Earl T. nicks, slute • rijiitant general. ] Tuesday night and left in a snow- j bank near their apartment,. : For some lime Anale had coni plained of migraine headaches. He and his v,-;fe l.enore were reconciled only a few days a|io after a _„ , There shonlii be about 1 : until ^ravy reaches boiling |H>mt, t:il)le- [ Pour around chops. HERE'S YOUR FAVORITE SWEET CORN TALL IN FLAVOR...TEMPTING IN TASTE Gen uin e COUNTRY GENTLEMAN Cream Style White The Favorite in Dixieland for 72 year$ So easy to prepjrc . it's &\ttnt\y cooked. It's wliolciojne and nourishing— wonricrful for corn (rhtcrs, Corn puddings, chowifers. Oci Pride of Illinois-Cream Style \X r hiie Swcei Corn at your grocer's today. THE ILLINOIS CANNING CO. Hoopeston, Illinois | (fucker* f>/S*mwiJo«u oJ Arc Kidney flttns) NICKE Auzzia Henry • Grocery Manager 309 North 6th Hiway 61 Joe Strickland • Meat Market Manager Nickels In Your Pocket Ar These Prices Tender Made Smoked PICNIC HAMS , S3' Armour S(ar, Swifl I'Vcmiuin, .Sunrise SLICED BACON ,„ 55 Delicious for winter meals STICK CHILI „ 49 I-ean, full-of-f!avor SALT MEAT „. 35 C Good quality, tender BEEF ROAST Ib 43 Fresh, all meal GROUND BEEF ,37 Homemade, pure PORKSAUSAGE ,„ 35 Fresh, lean PORK CHOPS ,45 BEEF LOIN STEAK , 69 Sugar Cured Rind on SLICED BACON ,43 Kirm, Pure HOG LARD 4,,55 The fines! s l''rtsh, Krispy ,, 25 1 ' JJoniino Pine 10,, Ji^' . sv [,bs. OJ 3 Tall OCc Cuns 03 F'rcsh, 25 Hi. sack COnH MEAL 98 L Fines! ([tialily Oxydol, Super Suds Hunt's PEACHES Fresh, firm, green CABBAGE Juicy Florida ORANGES .... Golden I{i|ie BANANAS Fresh, juicv GRAPES It) 10 C ....... 25' 2 ,can 18 C It , 3 C 5,'i 25 C ,„. 12 C A small investment whic'li RHT.S 'if! i-cLunis f\t the dinner lablp is I lie meat* pie. Serve this old time! favorite ns Grandmother uscrl to | make it or use one of die follow- t iny siiggc.stlons to yive It a sllftht- ' ly different dress. To mnke n Rone! meat pie fDlitij-, Hour input cubes brown In hnt tut in n skillet, uilil water or broth, cover, nnd sftn- tnci until tender, 1 ",i to 2 hour.« Then dress up the pie '-\ one of the following ways. 1. Chci'.-ie his- I'liil meal |ilp—Add a can of con- '. denied chicken soup In the meat thicken, and pour into « greiisrd casserole. Cut out sin^ll hiscuU circles from the dough nude by mixing g nl ted chce.se and milk with i pretiared biscuit mix. Rake in n | hot oven (451) degrees F.I for au ! tninntcs or until bi.sctiiLs me brown. 2. SiJk-y itiiMl pie—Add some, dii'ed j salami, chojipcd onion, and cooked | carrots to the tluekened H<mJd anil meat. Pour into an unbaked pic shell. Top with latticed pastry fillips and bake in n hot oven (451 degrees! P.) 30 to 40 minutes. During the I scries ol bitter quarrels. Tl;cy hail • been mnrried 11 months. i "STRONG MAN" Uen Pnl Chung-hsi, above, crnetged as Ctitnn's new "strnng man," with the partial retirement o[ acting preside ot IA Tsung-jcn bctrjmse of ill health l\ii, jailed the "White fr'ox" by the Kcds. re- |)oj|cdJy commands over 200,000 b:ikui^ thru 1 , jioiu' i>ouilloii Mi the .slits Lo keep the; fining i if necessary. ¥g?:r?:r% f7T"S»7P^ JWT^-Tj STATE YES...ALL OVER TOWN! FINEST, REDDEST, BIGGEST DELICIOUS APPLES Oh Boy, They're Tops This Fall! d 6000 FOR YOU I IN FACT, FINE FOODS COST LESS AT MAYS' SUPER STORE PLENTY OF FREE PARKING SPACE... EASY SHOPPING Tender Delicious PICNIC iu ra at 29c Tender Cut CHUCK 49c Finest PURE 59c Flavorful 39c Lean, meaty a at 39c Pure vegetable shortening CRISCQ - a fi ai 6 fc 1.70 Old .I COFFEE Alnxweli Utilise COFFEE •'"(jitter's COFFEE :Man!i;illan COFFEE Sunnv Alorn COFFEE IGA Deluxe COFFEE All popular bin mis CIGARETS 1 LI). Till 1 Lh. Tin ] Lh. Tin 1 LI). Tin ,... 3 Lh. 1 Lh. Tin . . Carton 79 C 79 l 79 C 69 C $171 69 C ?-JS9 Red Ripe Tall or Small Cans PET MIL! case 5.55 No. 288 size, large, juicy ORANGE: 25c Look What 7c Will Buy Bush No. 31 1 can Pork & Beans Hunt's 311 Can Tomato Sauce Each Lindii, No. 2 Can PINEAPPLE Lihhys or Del Alonlc PUMPKIN .; Sunshine CRACKERS Flavor Kisl CRACKERS IMllshury. <) 07.. pks;s. PIE CRUST MIX Plain or self rising, good IGA FLOUR 25 r ,> 2'/, LI). Si/.c REXJELLY 23 C Ih I1( 2 I()1 26 C 2? 35 C 51S6 33 C IGA SUPER MARKET 421 So. 21st., Highway 18 Slytheville, Ark.

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