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M A R C H "., f ' Z DAIL.F COURIER, CONNELLSV LLE, P PACiJLJ T11KRE Scottdale Trade Board Takes Steps to Protest V n t H n e r I n t o r f Y . i t Ortlor M a n - I t i! 11 a I \\ 11 ,111 I H a i l Plans Legal Attack on Late Ainbaqsacio ^s Will WILL SEEK TO HAVE IT STAYED -,f OT i D \ I , I Mai i U " ( i t . t , n i l Mie po-*-, hi I v o OIIP e t it · IK i n l i i s ' r i r s t'i" t I ·'on P i p e t r«u i d r i nm ic'lod lo c in i 11' "·rat o n ^ loc \ n t v t · ,id "i 1^11 i Ue , v ' un ll eP (o l i t n p t i w d i n ( i c i n u p i p e 1,0 I d 01 I 1 1C v 1^. c p i o o k n e t e i v i e l i e l eaM \ U UOT t rom Mi Ma.' ^ ( as' l i n i ( run r i n\ "" N e v\ i i l l i IE; a ' t c n on e d n p " s in 11. d i n i t f r as( to t h p I u t dt' r m e r r a l to I lu i n d i l e r. 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M a r c h " A i l . i e i \ Stan M u t a n t m o i n i n i ; DC fie 'd a i i i p p ' f and h i s v\ I N h ' h bit au n t . i i d r i t h t i n a s a t f s u l t o t I I P I I I K a t l i c k p in t h r - n s m a l l s l o i p U ( p l a a in in « i t h an l i o n pipe s m l i ( n l \ i n t t H b\ Queen of Michigan Carnival However famous it may be for its peaches during the Summer Months, this Michigan city n the heart of fhe famous ftuit country is of the opinion that it can a/so boast of its W'nter peaches. 'Jere M one c/ ·/he latter, recently crowned licen of the n-'ual Winter Carnival. S l ie is Miss EIOIS9 I Campbell. il ir«rr*ju I na.l V FREE SPEECH BUT NO RIOTS ORDER OF NEW YORK MAYOR Iron Pipe Rate Increase; olice TJci i l j lo Soo T h a t ( mm u n i ' t s K o p p \ \ i t l i i n l;(tn Tomorrow. T|HEY PROMISE 'BIGGEST" DAY Intense !an p » l l r v no i H i t s w o u l d bt t h e C o m m u n i ^ t H \s hMi a t then u s u a l j o n l / H, I T n l t e d PrO"rt M \\ \ ( ) H K . 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' of Ll U j K i r t v in A n H T i i a T h e \ n i o u t a t t o i u ot t h f p a i t \ is« iul st i t c i n i M i t s in-t) t nt i h c n d n o d o l it M a t t l n \\ ' V S t U Mcr^-prt s (lent of the V i i u r K u n Fxlerati-tn of Iabo, Wio i o t e n t l chargml Hint M o t n o w Hiin In bacl ol the N o w V o r k ' t s h a d a n opportunity \ett*rda} o ^ t ^ a de nioiHitr.itkm f pollc b t r t n f t h -\\htn a force f .'0 foot polioewn, six rnounttMl, six in armored HH tor vUt's ftti-l Blx In the riot »\ iKoa ·equipped w i t h t e a r gat txiniln a m i u l v n i a c h l n e j'unt, mobt- 11. e l at ( i v H a l l w h e n it w.is re] M ) r l * i ! t h a i .1 d e U u h m r iit of Commun ists p l a n t u d lo m v iU i meetini, of tlu 1 -oaiV ot Md'-rmr-n POLAND HAS MAN "GONE NATURAL" H j t l n l t r d Prfirn SV \FvSA~W M-ir b " A man -nho hsi» K HI n i t u i I h i beon lt.sr'\ red n i n j - in t i n \\od ti HU U i i h i l o v I f s 1 ( ' v ],, o n i p l e l e U t o i r e d v, nh 'ia i I f-^ K ' M n i k f d lu t h t » s u n s n i o r i n d \ v / \ n s lnd("! n t 1 w i n t e r !!· i 1 - n t i i e i \ i 11 i p p n c i in a of nu'1-v.iii i oni!' i in al ii T\ - t'f o 114 i n t M t l i " "u K if t u t ! i f I w l i o i oiii i f h i k i n d i i ^ ^Vlverton AI r r h I/.ulie- l i Ribio n i°s o' OTuiifb o' dod V l l l I I K - ' t ,l' ) luTl ' Mj I Irtlon () H o a r n of S n d i l o "in I'r.'Iiv ' 11 n 11 i r J o h n Chris nrr uf M u ^ f 5p^nt t h uo' k- id w ' t i h 1 !tii! hrvr' "^T and M S f i , i n f ' si^ -af-i. M o u n t P!e.i-?a it t t' « rs S i t u r d a v \! 11 n ( l . v r k of -it i r I i i n e t 10rt I n vl u t u' \ i M ^ t o n ( ' i ' ' , f i t h i n v.«pk 10. r M \ i r of i K ' t r n i l \l i it H n,n M i f r l o i i \ i - , i t T r t t i.' WH k P«-a-l ( i n i i r / is \ i M u t i J T friond" in I v c r t o n In ^e \rti The KITCHEN CABINET efJ) 1»30, % \ i » t e r j " e w a p a p o r L n l o n ) From N a t y r i s i-tinln w h t r v n r link y o u B t i i k f l T e n t h o r t i n thmiiB.ne3th, b r » » k » t h r rli iin a l i l i * --Pop* GOOD SAUCES A w p i l m n d seasonpd, w i l l ·sauce?, smooth nlrrdjr add iniuh to n n j dish of ini'iit or \ f f ; o tallies. O f t e n good · w h i t e KPU(f for h f o u n d n t l o n roay lie uqed w i t h chopped h a i d cooked f K S, lobster, or cooked mushrooms, pais I c j , or various other flavor f o o d - , to rankc n most t a s t y sauce O n i o n Gain e--Melt three t u b l e - spoorifnH of j u t t o r , add four table- spoonfnU of f o u r , and t w o of llnely chopped onie ns Coolc until light b r o w n , then add one-half c u p f u l o£ good s-toclc, s ' l i i ing constantly. M i r one tf»spoonfiil e?nch of mtgiir, made mustard, and t a i r n g o n vinegar; add w h i l e - the fcau'e Is boiling. German Sa ice.--Put three tablc- spoonfuti of UuUev Into a sruiccpun ^ I t h a sprig of parsloy finely chopped, add four good si/ed tomatoea with ueedn r e m o v e d , 01 tho e q u h a l r n t of canned t o m a t o feoastm with salt and pppppr, add onn ImfT ctipfu' of water and b i l n s to tne boiling [lolnt. Serve with roufct uiouts. Dutch S a u c e -- P u t the yolks of two eggs w i t h foui tabienpoonftils of butter, one hulf ci p f u l oC water, snlt and nutmeg to ieasin, and mix thotoughly. Do not boll, but simmer u n t i l thick, over hot w a t " i J'.euio^o from the fire, add a t iblespoonful of lemon juice and sen e with fish or calves' head. Horseradish Sauce--Mir two tnblc spoonfuls of so't white bread with the same a m o u n t of grated horseradish, co\er with two tablespoonfuU of oi earn, and let soak ttnee 'lours. Rub through a s i e v e , add a teaspoonful of sugar, season \ v i l h salt and add enough \ i n e R n r lo make Hie sauce the c o n s i s t e n c y of u e n i n . Ihls sauce will Kctp se\ 01 al d i j s M a i t r e d' H o t e l Sauce--Cream t w o tablespoonm! 1 ? if b u t t e r and add one tub!is[)CHinlul o 1 choppenl pamley, half a tcavsHMnifnl o' salt, the same of pepper and add s l n \ l v one tnblespoonful of lemon j u i c e ' I b i s w i l l keep some t i m e in a inol place. 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