The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 30, 1947 · Page 15
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 15

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 30, 1947
Page 15
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 80, 1B4T Surprise Pumpkin Pie Delights BLTTHEVTLLB (ARK.)' OoUHTER NEWS A-Bomb Expert for U.S. Thinks It Will Take Russians Many Years to Perfect Own Missiles By WILLIAM P. MeMENAMIN United Frees *taff Correspondent WASHINGTON, Oct. »0. <U.P.)-MaJ. Oen. Leslie R. Grove*, a top atom bomb »»pert, said today the Ruaalan* would need 15 to 30 years to d«velop an atonic bomb U lh*y did It in secr*cy and without aid from' th« United Mat**. Britain, or Switierland. Orom beaded th* Manhattan Enftneer District which developed during the war. He now heads Navy and Air producing new weapons, that the Htujtmu might never achieve It. Grove* uld any nation that trie,! to make an atomic bonib would hn'e to devote ill bwt aclentifio brains and x great deal of Us wealth and Industrial effort to Hie task He pointed to the tremendous amount of money spent by the United Btatex. The general said lie silll fell that the Uniled Slates could keep ahead of any olher nation in the world provided the "rule*" wero the mine lor nil. (xplaltK Si-cmy Ruin Ho explained lliat by Iho "rul*»" he meant lliis: That i[ one nation !£ *££? ES it"* *•"**"« aurlns the »«• » e »<>*• ««M» h«d lecreey. nnd ( we did not, U tn« Joint Special Weapons Commltlee of Hie Army, Navy and Air m| S>"< *H ulioad of » 3 because It Fore*, which haa th* top-aeeret Job o( if the Russian* work on their*— BaaaBUBpfe with ciPOM aBleafc ahiriii far Thankathriiic .dessert. By GAY.VOR MADMOX NBA Staff Writer Here's one for' the book of good living. It's a new variation of pumpkin pie. Surprise Pumpkin |'ie OniBt: 1 cup jl/ted flour, '-i tea- •poon baking powder, '-i tca*|XX)n lalt, l!3 cup iltorieiilng, ? to 3 ttblespoons ice water. Filling: 1-4 cups canned pumpkin. 1 cup evaporated milk. \ eup brown sugar, >; te.ispooii salt « leaspoon ginger, i teaspoon cinnamon, '/I leaspoon nut::: , . 1 tablespoons buuer, 2 eggs, i cup mincemeat. Garnish; 0 slices American I cheese. ' Cra'st: Sift together flour, baking powder and '.i teaspoon salt. Cut In shortening with fork or pastry blender until it is siz e of peaj. Add Ice water a little at a time, mixing only enough to hold ingredients together. Plice dough on lightly floured board and roll to about 's inch thickness. Lin e a ten-inch heat- resistant e'ass crinkle edge pie plate. Allow pastry to extend about Menu Suggtitioru: BREAKFAST: SUwed prunes, re»tly-'to-eat cereal, raisin toa«l, bultor or fortified margarine, softer, milk. Ij'JKCHEON: Pea and tomato soup, chopped leftover lettuce and margarine sandwiches, fresh jiear stuffed with cottage cheese, tea. milk. DINNER: Tomato juice, poached fillet of sole, savory sauce, hashed brown potatoes, canned peas, enriched bread, butter or fortified margarine, chicory sal- nd. Surprise Pumpkin Pie with cheese, coffee, milk. atomic project without i*er*cy and with a great daal 0 J help from the United State*, Britain and SwlUer- land, Orovei aald In an c*clu*lv* interview, they probably would be able to produce an atomic bomb m five to .even year», more probably seven. Precbibn IoatnuM*ta Needed But they certainly are getting no help from the United States, ha added, and it therefor* will probably lake them the longer period. He »aid he Included Switierlaaid and Britain In th« utlmate because they manufacture precision machinery that would be vitally necet- sary if tlie Russians were to auc- cccd In making the bomb. Groves recalled hU 'statement >a congressional committees in December 1*45—that 'n» foreign nation can make the bomb in less than five to seven years even with help Ironi the United Statei. He said he had not changed his opinion. He further indicated that the 15-50 year period he estimated It would take to produce the bomb might find out something that American scientists did not know. Orovivs said lie lias been contlit- tent In his public utterances on the subject but thM h!i ponltlon ha* been confuted by some writers, He said his statement tliat Uie world has a five-year period of "graoe" In which to come. to an agreement on ntonilo control was based on (lie utmost conservatism. Ha added that U was necessary to be conservstlw for obvious ransom. No one, Graves snlcl, can be "absolutely certain" 'how., lone the United slates can bo free from atomic Htlsck but can only hazard an educated guoss. droves snld It will be a matter of "decades" before atomic power Is nvnllnble for propulsion of rockets nnd alr|)lani>5. He lliu oplnliiM (hat Office Training OHind To CtVi/ioru by Army " PAGE "Isn't something llmt can be done In Jive or 10 years". Civilians may now go to officer candidate school with no obligation to remain in the service if they fall tb get a commission, staff Sergt, r»n 0. B*al. in charit of y. s. Army and Air Force recrutt- IIIB here said today. Bgt. Seal, acting'on .recent In- sliucllcnj from rourth Army Headquarters, said, "If. Is not «*n- ei-ajly known that civilian!, with or without prior military service, mn >' "l>Ply for enhance to officer ntso expressed I candidate school If they are SOW atomic power I >' eit " of »8« »»d under 28." the yolk of the second egg. Remove pumpkin mixture from heit and atlr In beaten egg. Beat the Inch beyond' top edge of pie remaining whiW until It la stiff plate. Tuck pastry under so that and fold into pumpkin mixture it just comes to top of pie plate ] Spread mincement In pastry ll'n- and press pastry Into flutes on pie ed pie plate. Pour pumpkin filling ?*'•?;• ~ u- i on top of mincemeat. Bake In hot Pilling: combine pumpkin, eva- oven (425 degrees p) and continue pointed milk, brown sugar, salt,! baking for 10 minutes Lower tem- Slngcr, cinamon, nutmeg and butter j perature to 325 degrees F and m n saucepan. Cook over low dl-; continue baking far 30 imlnutes reel lieat until the butter is melted.' Garnish with cheese cut In the Beat together one whole egg and. .shape of pumpkins. ENTER NOW! \ Admiration's ,000.00 MY FAVORITE GROCER" CONTEST! Your "Feworit. o'rocer" may be the little it or* .round th. eorn*r-or a huge Su P er-Mqrk*» on a busy fhoroughfare-just tell why in fifty words or lesj. 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You may tend .1 many entries as yeu wish but each entry must b« accompanied by ane of these: The Mammy pittura (er label) from on Admiration Ceffee package er |ar-*r the strip that unwinds from an Admiration vacuum can. Anyone is eligible I* enter extept employe*! ef th* Dunton Coffee Company, thtir advertising agency and thtk families. Alf entries bocome the praporty ef the Duncon Coffee Company -none <on be relurned-and th* decisien of the judges will b* final. The contoit b« e ins September 2»th and ends midnight, N*v*m- b«r lath. Waikly c*nt*tl winners will b* selected from entries received b.forj midnight latur- day ef each week. All entries pestmorked later than midnight N*v*mb*r 1* will nat b* can- udered. AH winners will be notified. A list ef the winner* will b* sent to ell conttitanH requesting one ond tending a s*lf-«ddr«Md stamped envelop*. DUNCAr^COfftf COMMtfV -ROASIftS Also "Application may be made for the ni-my officer candidate school which starts «very thr*e weeks at *wt Rlley, Kansas, or for th* Air FV>rc« officer candidate President Truman naka* i . grbnac* to Ar^ncton Oenvrtary today to attaa4 IM l_ burial of th* ftrat World WtT dead brought back to the capital.' r ^ ; , :> •ervicea conducted 'by' Protestant and Jewtah « will befln at U aJB. / UD*T>. ,Tbe- Presldent will not ipaak, attendtoc only as the Itader of the nation for whom the aoldien, sailors and marines died oreraeas. Read Courier New* Want Ada, Rend Courier New* Want Adi. Baker's 4 oz. Can Large 20 30 Size Ib. 19c 25 Ibs. / COCOANUT PRUNES TOMATO JUKE ORANGE JUKE Adamt 46 oz. 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