The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 23, 1947 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 23, 1947
Page 8
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?AOB TWELVE BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, OCTOBER' 23, 1947 War on Waste (Sins Momentum ( HouMwivM Join ,; Campaign to Cut { Nation's Food Bill i •MTOk'S NOTE: Th« fo'lnw- h« i»««l»l 'mts**K* to hoUM- *win» «t th« rood titiuUon »»« 'vrittni k? Ike F«od and Markrti MM*r «f KCA Service, who I* 'MM «f Ike m«>i widely printed ***i MtlurUtK in Amrrica. ' By GAYNOR MADDOX , I - NRA SUff WriUr i Th*r«'« • war on. Do you re- •llw ttuir It's a war with two tronU: on oc.«, w< ue fighting •fftinftt runaway food 'prices here it home; on th« other, we »r« fighting against starvation In western Eurof* this winter. Pood 1* th* ammunition on both front* ol frl» new war. Your kitchen 'haa kecomt th« rir»t line of defense. Ttt» President's recent pis* for a self-rationing program wasn't Ju»t anotiicr jpemh. 1» was a c»H to arms by the Conmiaiuler- ju-Ohlef of UK Armed Forces, It va* a tall to every man ami vmtan and ohlld to mobilise lood. So today, when you go out to buy food for your husband's dinner—or foon for your children's lunch—when you get to the grocery store, stop a minute ami InoV it thoe« k>av« of bread heaped ] up twtort you. Study those Pegs In his wire basket. Walt a minute before you t«U the clerk piect or meat you want. Aero* each of those items oi food should be written — DON'T •WASTE ME a you love your chlld- Mni — I am part o/ the anununl- I tton In tti< war against war — 11 am a factor in keeping ptace in El)rop»l DONT WASTE ME — buy only what you must have -- the refit cen be used lo ateuriy the tottering " European governments that favor a democratic way of life. If they fall, then communism sweeps nearer and nrnrer to our. homes and \vnr Is threatened. And war — whether sooner or later —means that your sons, those kitts who will be coming in from school In a lew hours, will ho lorn from their peaceful lives and plunged into the most terrible war mankind will ever know. Let's stop k now There's still time. That's what should be written w bold letters across every loaf of bread, every egg and every pound of ^meat In your stores today. TOMORROW'S MENU BREAKFAST: stewed dried apricots and prunes, ready-to-eat cereal, breadcrumb griddle cakes, butter or fortified margarine, syrup, cclfe, milk. LUNCHKOtf: Sweet potato pat- lie* with leftovev me&t, enriched bread, butter or fortified margarine, raw cabbage and >»isl« salad, seedless and concor grapes, lea, milk. PINNER: Fried flllels of haddock, lonialo and gi^en pepper sauce, parsley boiled potatoes, onions au grftttn, raw carrot sticks, enriched bread, butter or fortified margarine, apple brown Belty, light cream or whole milk, coffee, milk. Bowls 'Em Over Nurse Sought in Theft Of $90,000 from Doctor ST. pErnai-SBUBG, MR., Oct. M. (UP)-J>. Abe Gross, W-ycar-ohl retired surgeon from Hartford, Conn., today reported WO.OOO In casU, Jewels ind Mourltlcs mlMlng from Ills safely daixwit box;, Police b«t!<uv. » search for Dr. ro.**' ^-year-old personal nurse, Irene X. NiclKin, who said lie Iiad Ue*n mljkslrig with his »uUxr.c*ile sine* Tuesday. A baiil: cimodlan said tha nurse Jiad visited Dr. Qrt*i" safely dejx)- sIt box th« »anie da)'. jury was told (hut when Olowe crashed his mic'< Into n tronl-yaru playpen and killed II-month-old Vincent Wnllaee, he (1) hart no operator's license, t"J) drove under the influence of liquor. (3) carried V i firearms, and (.) was driving in 1 Ihe wrong direction on a one-way street. ! Peonuts Provide Protein to Help Housewives With Meatless Days To stabilize your food budget aud also to conform with meatless Tuesday, use prolom-opli peanuts in the main dinner, dish; They have not only a hitfh, protein, content, but are also rich In B vitamins. When you cut tlqwn on meat, JiU'h in B vitamins, yon should use more of other foods which contain them. They are needed lor appetite, nerve health and prevention of fatigue. I'eauul King; Mold Two cups .steamed rice (leftover rice may be usedi, ^ cup salted peanuts (coarsely ground), 1 cup milk, 1 cggj 1 teaspoon salt. If desired, 1 teaspoon paprika, >A tea- .spoon Worcestershire sauce, 1 tea spoon onion Juice. Mix steamed rice and ground pcanub. Arrange in buttered ring mold. Mix milk, egg, salt, paprika, onion Juice and Worcestershire sauce. Pour over rice and peanut mixture, Bake in a moderate oven ("360 degrees F.) for 30 mlnule«. Serve wllh Rlfuved ca_rroU In center. Garnish with parsley and rfpe olives. ( Ch«c«« and Feanul I*o«r Two tablespoons chopped onion, 1 tablespoon butter, 2 tablespoons water, 1 cup salted peanuts, finely chopped, 1 cup grated cheese, 2 tablespoons lemon Juice, 1 cup (Ine bread crumbs, '-4 cup milk, salt, If desired, pepper. • Cook chopped onion until ten Congressmen, Predict Chinese Commie Victory Unlets U.S. Gives Aid NEW ORLEANS, Oct. ». (UP) — Two Congressional Armed Service CommiUeemcn predicted here today that, Chinese Nationalists Y'°u!d bow to Communist forces noon unless the \>. S. gives material aid to the Chiang Kai-Shek government. They were Reps. F. Edward Hebert, D., La., and William E. Hess. ,H., Ohio, who have just returned from a tour pi Japan, China and Faclflo Installations. The Congressmen agreed that this country should pull out of Korea "according to the Russian proposal" and turn the whole Korean der In bulter and water. Mix all ' other ingredients, Add sail and pepper as desired, pour Into a buttered baking dish and bake lor 20 to 30 minutes in a preheated ' moderate oven (300 to 350 de- 1 grees Hardware Mutual Insurance Company of Minnesota I,nij!C Dividend Savings Ix>« Net Cost Protection For Service W. L. TAMKE 408 E. Diivl 1'hnne 4127 St., P. O. Box 431 Blytheville, Ark. situation over to the United Nation*. They said Chiang Kai-Shek told Ilieni ttiat if his Nationalists .were disarmed It wouldn't be by the Russians or Communisl.s, but "by our friend and ally, America." City Radio •Service- Dial 2407 For Kxptrt Repalri J24 Kast Main •!. Felix A. Carney t._. (Little Janie Toepfor, (wo, .„ , Icy in Detroit's! only - .. —. ,,iijcie so inc yonnt'- sters. two t o seven, is Die light weijjlil ball of Ihree-and-one- nalf pounds. The pins and alley are regulation size. |one down the .. (Tol-K-Tot League, concession made !o ihYyomiij'- Bronx Fox Hunt Routs Liquor Store Customers NEW YORK, Oct.23. (UP)—A foxhunt, complete with pack of baying "hounds, was singed last, vilght In the heavily populated 'Bronx. ' The lox was brought to bay In a liquor store,.behind a case of bourbon whiskey. Two customers j wcve In the store whe.iv the fox.dashed in, pursued by dogs and people. The customers disappeared down H near- Jbjr subway. * Police turned the fox over to the ,Bfonx Zoo. Officials there -said he ' had not escaped from the «oo. Guilt; Ml All County : HABR1SBURO, Pa. (UP) —Coll- iVictlin of Jackson Allen Clowe, on ••n ' involuntary manslaughter {•barge came hi a hurry after the Another Cake Hit Of the Month! Presented Again Through Popular Demand SENORITA - - 69c Two Smooth Layers Covered in Thick Coffee Rum Icing ON SALE SATURDAY ONLY.' Telephone Your Order — Dial 2073 HART'S BAKERY CASE" YOU* LOOKING FOR VALUES - We've got them by the CASE Hart's, Wonder or Tayitee Gibb's Tomato 46 oz. Can CRANBERRIES - - - lb.39? Home Dressed FRYERS HENS COUNTRY STYLE PORK SAUSAGE ,59 u3r PURE BEEF GROUND MEAT I Nl B'-Sl HUNTER'S THRIFTY BACON Sliced 'A A" HAliY BEEF CHUCK ROAST ,,49 "Armour's 6 Small or 3 Tall ^EVAPORATED MILK 37$ Libt»y's]l Oz. Can CHILI CON CARNE 19c ! Maxwell House. *r EE STABLE SYRUP |8cfc«»M»y No. 2 Sieve ENLISH PEAS Vl ,,,52'. 49 28' Florida Grown TOMATOES ,,,19 e Texas 150 Si/e HAVEL I'Yesh Honduras COCCNbYS M ' ,,, 14 You'll Find Tomorro w'i Prices Today City Super Market •109 E. Main St. We Deliver Phone 2668 SHOT \VEIJ, MARSHM ALLOWS ,,, 10 ALI, FLAVORS ROYAL PUDDING ,,,15 3 TALI, OR (i SMALL PET MILK 37 Johnny Pigmon Says HUNT'S I'KKLKI) NO. 2V, CAN APRICOTS 25 EAGLE BRAND SWEETENED CONDENSED MILK 27 M OX UOTTLE DATSUP 19 IIY POWER 303 CAN fAMALES "It's Red Feather time again folks . . . time to di): down and G 1 V E lo the Community i Fund. Let's do it in a bitf way thi? year!" VIENNA SAUSAGE Can 15 AAIIOU1CAN SARDINES can 15 I'OTTKU MEAT MEATS 90 1 for MM Ar.L I'OflJLAR ItRANDS CIGARETTES Car u m SUNMA1D 15 W t'ACKAGB RAISINS 20 BOR1)KN'S DJMK URAND CONDENSED MILK LOG CAH1N SYRUP Bonelesi Rolled RIB ROAST - ib 75c 24 Can Case Red Top Ale $3.65 12 Can Case Red Top Ale $2.00 Alpen Brau Griesedieck Goldcrest "51" case $2.99 Edelweiss "Less Than 7c per Bottle" case $1.49 1 22 NO. > CAN PORK&F'AMS 10 (JKKAT NORTHKUN BERNS ........,,u, ">o-roi'N'n CAN PMRELARD $ 3 7 Small Good Grade T-Bone Steak ib.7Sc KKKSH CRISPY :\ ETTlif'^ L&liy^k- GARDEN l.-.'i.S m* WHITE Head .hunch 12 C in c IW Best Grade Chuck Roast - ib 49c Ends ond Pieces BACON - - - ib 39c Try Our Ready to Eat Hams CALH'OKNIA —ML _ EiLL PEPPERS FRESH FLORIDA ... 1,1,. * 2 ..,., 15 C ,,, 19 e HiMBO PASCAL CELERY 8 u lk 15 (JAKDKN FUKSH / RADOTES buncK 5 ARTICHOKES ^ 15 C FULL-0-M1LK SOCONUTS U.W KKKSH OREKN ONIONS hunch V (JRBBN HAUD HEAOS CABBAGE IH 4i PORTO RICAN SWEET YAMS , lhs 25 Liberty Cash Grocery Low Prices Everyday

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