The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 6, 1948 · Page 14
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 14

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 6, 1948
Page 14
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' PAGE JK)(JRTEE« BLmiEVTLLE (ARK.)' .COURIER NEWS Seasonal Buying Aids Housewives Food Expert Urges Fruits for Nutrition And for Economy Following the wheel of the seasons Is one smart way to economize on the fnitt,course of a nutritionally adequate breakfast Hint Includes fruit, cereal, milk, bread and butter. The limes when Nature is most generous' "with the fruits of the orchards, vines and bushes are usually the times when prices are lowest. Strawberries In June—apples from September through November—melons in August—blueberries, blackberries, raspberries all in duo sea-' son—these give you cues for economy in the first course of a thrifty breakfast. Winter waxes Ilirlfty wilh'.the citrus fruits at peak of season, and there's many a special among canned frulls and juices that's worth watching for and Inking advantage of at your local store, Keep an open mind when you market for a thrifty first course for the morning meal. You can slip .savings Into your market basket by watching for the abundant .specials, mirroring Mother Nature In the menus you plan. It's wise to remember a nutrition note or tu'o when marketing for fruit. Citrus fruit or juice, tomato juice, strawberries, and cantaloupes In season arc PSIK*- cially rich in vifamiu-C. It. is good • nutrition sense lo have a fruit rich in vitamin C £or breakfast to insure ; an adequate daily Intnkc. When you ; serve fruits that are not rich In this vitamin, do have a care that ihere Is a liberal amount of this facLor present at other meals during the day. ' Right- hundsome combinations can be achieved wlien the fruit nnd cereal are combined occasionally In one .scrvirijT. A Ixnvl of corn flake.'! ringed with whole fresh strawberries Is as pretty a preview of summer as you might find. A dollop of , applesauce spicy with cinnamon atop a hot cereal Is delicious doings > lor breakfast. Farina tupped with cooked dried apricots Is a sunny start for breakfast. Look forward to ' bran flakes with a little mound ot blueberries to top them off. A very picturesque way to serve berries' and ready-to-eat cereal tosx'thcr Is to put the cereal In the bowl, making a depression in the cereal at one side of bowl and topping this with berries so that the cereal bowl presents one-half lopped with berries, the other with cereal. i Union Head Asks Defeat! Of Congressmen. W/io | Okayed Tatt-Hartley Act ATLANTA, da., May 0, (UPt — Harvey w Brown, president of the. international association of machinists, yesterday called for the defeat of every member of Coivess who voted for the Taft-HarUey Act. Brown, spoke here last night nt the sixtieth anniversary celebration . of the founding In Atlanta of the International Association of Machinists. He said the faults of the Wagner Act. which the Tuft-Hartley Act replaced, were largely in Its administration. Jn place of Congressmen who voted fcr the Taft-Hartley measure, Brown said organized labor wants men "who will vote for measures which bring the greatest good to the greatest number." Officers and delegates were to attend an unveiling today of a bust commemorating Thomas William Talbot, of Atlantic founder of the union In 1898. PSC Sets Hearing Date For 4 APL Applications LITTLE ROCK, May 6. (UP) — The Arkansas Public Service Commission yesterday set May 19 to hear four applications filed by the Arkansas Power and Light Company. " The firm sought permission to add a 60,000-kilowatt extension to its Cecil, Lynch steam-electric station in North Little Rock at a cost of 86,800,000. Other projects include an electric transmission line from Danville to Hiisscllvllle costing $350,- New Frosting Requires'No Skill Wallace Says Taylor's Fine Spells Demos' Ruin I'F.OIUA. III., May u. <U1 J >—Henry A. Wallace said yesterday the sentencing of his third-par'.y running mate. sen. Glen Taylor of Idaho, nl nirin'hmham, Ala., "maki'.s cerralu the destruction of the Democratic Paily." Wallace, wound up an Intensive lour of tin: .Midwest here TJTURSnAY, MAY «, 194« . A«w,"^v?. c t:™," ocliert Day cake wjih -" " is "" t nag By (inyitttr Maildo.v MIA Slaff Writer There's n new in.sumt front hit; for producing a rroamy .smooth cuke topping. It conn's in .sintubfrry, vanilla and chocolate flavors an'l should enTOnra^e even the youngest cooks to turn oui a brautifiiliy dec- | orated cake for Mother's Day. For a pink cake to gladden Mother's heart, use this frosting: One 4 l-2-uuncc packuge inslant strawberry frosting;, 1 tnbli'.spixin maraschino cherries, chopped tine, 3 teaspoons maraschino cherry Juice. Empty contonl.s of one package of instiint Mrawbtiiy irailin^ into a small m.xinc bowi. Add cherries and cherry juice. Hlir witli a s])o<m until iliorouiihly blcruleci. Spread on cake or cup cakc.s with a knife, Cuke or cnp cakes must br cool. Trace cut the letters of givttiiiK with n toothpick ami then (ill in with frosting in a c mitni.sliji£ coin: 1 , squeezed from a pastry tube: or fisc nuts or hard candies to outline the salutation to the gjural of honor. Ilniipy l)ay Cake One cup plus 2 tnulcsjwons sifted cake Hour. 1 1-4 tcmpotms uombi- nation baking powder, 1-2 teaspoon salt, 1-4 cup sliorlcnini;. 3-4 cup sugar. 1 CUB, unbeaten, milk "with butter, margarine or lard. use 1-2 cup milk: with vegetable or any other shortening, use 1-2 cup phis 1 tablespoon milki, 1-2 teaspoon vaniHa. Sifl (lour once, measure. ; U 1d bilking powder and salt, and sift together Hirce limi'S. Cream shortening, ricltl .sugar gnulually and cream together until light. and Jhif- fy. Add cgc, and beat, very thorout-h- ly. Add flour, altenuitely with milk. a small amount ni. ;i time, beating after eacli ndditiou until KDIOO.'JI. Atlantic Coast Carrier Plans to Suspend All- Work if Strike Called WILMINGTON, N. C., May 6. (UP) -- The Atlantic Coast Line fVillroad will suspend all Its operations In the six states it serves If locomotive- engineers and firemen i strike next Tuesday, President O. ! McD. Davis said yesterday, Diivis said the ACL, would stop Tuesday night. He heads into j passenger, freight, mall, express 'and Southern stutes next. | other .services, making nearly 23,000 At a press conference, Wallace told reporters that he would refuse to speak to Southern audiences which were seureyali'd racially. "I say that the sentencing of Glen Taylor makes certain the destruction of the Democrati lr '"'< Par -w ! iar 'a^ Jn 1 , J ' C ?" <:ln > in l and still stand for Jim i emplojes idle. '• The railroad serve.? Virginia, North Carolina, south Carolina, Alabama, Georgia and Florida with Crow. "Cllcn Taylor was not violating .1 iniy law; he was upholding the basic 5,571 miles o/ line. Us trains connect Ne w York City with Florida. Davis said notices were belli:; sent in accordance with the ACL'<> agreement with Us organized em- ployes. H« said the AOL would tie affected by tin walkout called for 8 a.m. May II by the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and the Brotherhood of Locomotive I'ircuun and Kngbiomcn. The Switchmen's Union of North America, which also joined the strike call, does not ren- I resent any ACL employes, l>avjs I said. FLAVOR-PROTECTED IN CELLOPHANE WRAP "' th « 'of tlic United states. i—the constitution Add vanilla. Turn Into a deep 0- jnch layer pan or a 9x9x2-inc>i square pan which has been lined on Ijolfum M'itn p»|)er, then areas- oil. Uuke in moderate oven 1315 dc- fjroiM F.I 25 minutes or until done. This batter may also be Iraked a.s <-ii|) I'.ike.s. B.'.ki- cup cakes 15 :u 20 minute.*. Makes about I dozen mediuLn size cnp cukc.s. RLCEUND RlCEfctte lowest cost I energy \ ^) jf%^x\ f 0 odI; T^fSK 000; H 17-mile line In Pulaskl County costing SliO.OOO; and n 101,000- valt transmission line from Newport, to Brinkley at a cost nt $1,335,000. ' The commission set June 9 to lictir an application of the City of Huntsville for permission to buy I the city water company. ( A GRAPETTE The lush, ripe flavor... The delightful aroma... The soft carbonalion... Energy-rich dextrose... Quick-dull boiile... Arkansas Klcc (irowprs Co-Dp. Assn. Slullcart, Arkansas Smoked IS EVEN BETTER WHEN YOU CHOOSE from BRAND TESTKITCHEN T0 TOOK SMOKl:.) m:f ; P TONGUE rlt^C lon^lic m f,ui:e Inrlr f ^ i Point. Rca^ccltwt ,,,d co^,w'"" !l ";""' »'»"•'•. Brin* to boilmg "' " >fl "S to un [j| tender: COOKING ICIIIOVU Sho* Leathers The Calf.cow, horse, goat, seal l»l6T and kangaroo provide the materials tor different styles of men's shoes. Skins ot various reptiles nnd /ishes are useil in women's styles. Read Courier News Want Ads. 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