The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 1, 1948 · Page 13
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 13

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 1, 1948
Page 13
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THURSDAY, JULY 1, 1948 BLYTHF.VILl.K (ARK.) COURIER NKWS Rice Diet Aids Blood Pressure Doctors Prescribing Have Noted Relief In Just Four Days Debut of Bananas Seen in Summer Main Dish Salads All old-fashioned song has made famous the rose of summer asv sign ot (lie lading season. Bin \vhat is the first SIRU ol .summer? Perhaps the one the homemakor knows best, is wnen the family firsi sius clown to a salad meal n sure Doctors no* are using a simple i J>! *"°' "" mncl '; rice diet to obtain wonderful re- \ ^"™* bright and beautiful suits in the treatment of hlsh. lralcu '' hes onon to the summit J blood pressure I s^ad maker. Here are foods of cv- In some cases marked relief has I 015 ' tm<l " 11d color some for appc- ,1 cup sliced or diced ripc bananas' ' , ,„,,„ ^.,, 1 tizer salads, some for side-dish sal- ! (1 to 2 bananas) ' ads, some (or luncheon sn\ftds. some I for the nmln meal salad. Pick a fresh) 1'v cup.s flaked salmon l v> cup diced celeiy 2 tbsps. fiiK'ly chopped pickles l '* tot\si>s, sitli 1 tb,sp, prepared mustard 1 ibsp. mayonnaise Salad gicem * r;jx! baiianus . . , yellow peel Ileckcd with brown. Combine baimims nt\d pineapple, Add salmon, celery, pickles mut sail. Add musUud and mayonnaise. M:x lightly. Serve on a crisp lettuce c or %vUli other sfllad Ri'oens, Ma 4 to 6 servings. PAGE TH»TEEK, Hanani Chicken Sit lad NOTICK OF PROBATE WUJ. Notice IA hereby Kivcn Dial 111'.' Last will and Teslament o( Josephine Wcit vn.s probated In com- } inon form by the Piolwte Cowl of \ Mississippi County, on Hie IS day i ol June, 1943. ' j An R|>)x>til irom such probiuc can b<' effected only by lillns * petition, staling Ihe grounds on such nppeal, with this court within six 1C) niomlis from Die clulc o( this notice. Witness my hand and seal this IS day o( June, 1MB. EW2AHETH fll/VTHK iSk'AL) Clerk or said Court Arlluir S Harrison, Attorney. been obtained In however, some patients must be kept on this rice diet for a number o( months. The majority of patients have been effectively relieved b«vc greatly benefited. f-A&i, or food, pick a color, pick somcthin;; different for your salnd making. How about, the tropical banatV.i nccenrdscase and high rcatl5 ' *' ith a , ( ' lcn<ll >- 5iaUllc l ° al - XSood pressure now vaift as the nn- most a " s sal!!d combination you lion's Number One Killer. It is es- ca " " am< ' or scl ' vc? pecially significant and encourag-l Well do you know Ihe amiahlj ing that this simpe rice diet is ] way of the bannna in Irir.l cu|)s, most effective in the treatment o( fruit salads and side-dish salads. the most serious and fatal form of | But Inve yon made banana's a.s- "hypcrtcnsion," persistent high (juaiiitance in tlie mai blood pressure. ........ _.,..... The rice diet treatment of high blood pressure was developed- by Dr. Walter Kempner of the Duke University School of Medicine. Durham, N. O. Other physic-:,ns aso have made '* cup diced pineapple (canned (rcsh) 1'v cups diced cooked chicken '- cup diced celery • 1-4 cup sliced or chopped olives 1 1 '•_• (cusps, salt 2 tusps. mayonnaise I yellow peel ' ripe biumim* . . flecked with brown. Combine bananas ana pineapple. Add chicken, celery, olives, salt and mi'youiuuse. Mix lightly. Serve with crisp lettuce. Make* 4 to 6 servings. notable contributions to this import- dish salad. the kind you'll be serving as the heart of a summer salad meal? B.i- nana is ready, willing and able to lend its nutritious properties. u.s creamy mellow texture, its "everybody like.s it" flavor to the hearty mam dish .salarts you sevvc on hot Bang Up Values . - to cut picnic costs class. Kan;ina Salmon Salad I cup diced ripe bananas" a to, 2 tailp.nns) '; cup dice<l pineapple icaiinecl or ant development and now the rice diet treatment ot high blood pros-. sure is widely used by doctors I throughout the nation. I The pnttani should eat from 6 to 10 ounces (dry-weight) of white | total up to 2.000 daily, come froml rice--boiled or steamed, unsalted the sr.jar. fresh fruit and fresh every day. [ruit j^ces. In addition, frviits should | Various modifications of this rice be eaten daily. All fruits can be j diet have been developed by doctors! eaten except dates, nuts and avo- for the treatment of less severe | cados. The patient must not eat ] cases of high blond pressure. In | canned, dried or preserved fruits, 1 these diets white rice, of course, is or fruit derivatives, to which any : the basic food but certain other substance other than sugar has j foods are permitted in addition to ^pcn added. | fresh fruit, fresh fruit juices and. ^^ White or brown sugar may be sugar. 1 In all cases, this rice diet—like -- ._. all other diets—should be taken at no salt, no fat. tj, e direction and under the su- The only beverage permitted is pcrvision of a physician, fresh fruit juice. All fresh fruit ; It is significant that rice, which juices ate allowed—but tomato and for centuries has been Ihe princt- vegctable juices are forbidden. 'pal source of food energy for so Specifically, Dr. Kempner's rice j many of the world's millions, now diet for the treatment of high blood | is destined to serve humanity also pressure consists exclusively of white ; in the relief of a major, dangerous rice, fresh fruit, fresh fruit juices, I disease—high blood pressure. »nd sugar—nothing else. 1 Rice, indeed, is a product for The rice provides 900 to 1,500 cal- I which all the world can be deeply cries daily. Additional calories, to' thankful. eaten without restriction. The patient is allowed no water, AND FOR THAT SPECIAL Delicious COOKED HAMS MEAT VALUES Fresh GROUND BEEF 55 Chuck or Thick Kih BEEF ROAST ,,54 Sliced "A" Grarle BACON n pene Us«l as ejected, Purex is £'.ii:i:i*.eed safe as oi£-:-i.T ai\i dollars when, .is your v.'is \\~i\fi unroni Titi; owdizea fabrics- the> - triy rn^di tog woa. Avoid this b>' using Purnc. Home-grown HENS and FRYERS Salad Dressing KROGER EMBASSY 32-01. 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