The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 20, 1947 · Page 17
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 17

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 20, 1947
Page 17
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER tO, 194T , BLITHEVILLH (ARKJ COURIER NEWS PACT \Arkansas University Chemist Develops Brand New Low-Cost {Food of High Nutritional Value FAYETTEVILLE, Ark., Nov. 20< -A hungry world may soon benefit I from a new low-cost dairy food I product developed In the research laboratories of the University of | Arkansas. The new product, which has a I protein content approximating that of lean beef, was develoiwd by Dr. narnett Sure, Internationally known | nutritional chemist o! the Univer- . College of Agriculture, Presl- I tft Lewis Webster Jones said ii> ihe announcement. The new •«"«?««' House That Wasn't TAere Taxed Nevertheless KEBNB, N. H. (UP)— For the past SO years, the Klngsbury Menufnc- lurlng Co. has been paying taxes on a house that did not exist. In 1927, the company planned to build two houses on Uiurel Street »nil then built only. one. But the concern failed to notify Keene lax I food is made up largely of dried milk product, supplemented with | food yeast and other Ingredients. Because of Its low cost of pro- I ducllon and great nutritional value, tlic new product is particularly adapted to many uses—including Institutional use In. cafeterias and 1 .school lunches programs; and it Is 1 believed to have great possibilities for use in the government's food conservation program and for shipment lor overseas relief, President | Jones slated. Tlie new food product has al| ready been served in test meals to more than 300 persons—Including | among others, dieticians and children—and 'it has been found to be both pleasing to the taste and satisfying, it was said. Plans arc now under way to serve a test meal to number of high government officials in Washington. D. C.. (luring the early part of this month. Takes 1'lace of The new-food does not contain either meat or eggs, but It can be used in any recipe calling for ground meat—such as croquettes or loaves, smbined with spaghetti or vegc- |(S. product is suitable for both canning and freezing, tests at the University show, and Us production on a commercial scale would not be difficult. The University of Arkansas Research Foundation, a non-profit organization recently formed by the University, is handling the business details connected with the new product. A patent has been appliec for. and neKotiations are now undci way with commercial food packini companies which have expressei interest In manufacturing rights of the new dairy food. Test meals are- now being arranged for represcnta-' lives of Interested firms. May Be on Market Soon The new food product Is not yet available for distribution, but it is believed that once the manufacturing arrangements are worked out the food can be made available tor distribution to the public within a relatively short time, It was announced. Dr. Sure, who developed the ne'.v food product, lias gained International recognition as a nutritional chemist for the research work he has carried on since he joined the staff of the University's College of Agriculture and Agricultural Experiment Station in 1920. Among his major accomplishments was the independent discovery of Vitamin E. He is the author of many technical articles and bulletins on nutritional subjects, and in recent years he was selected to participate in the writing of a new textbook jajr use in medical schools of the' <TO«ltry. He is also the author of two books on nutrition, which were written in non-technical language for the general public. Many of his writings have been translated into foreign languages. Recently, company officials t discovered It ami demanded a (ebate of between $700 and 11000, Truman May Attend Dedication of Park WASHINGTON, Nov. 2». (UP) — President Truman may go lo Florida «»rly in December to intend dedl- t itlon ceremonlet of the Evergl«d« National Park. > A delegation of Florida Congress members, headed by Sens. Claude Pepper and Spess«rd L. Holland, visited the President lodty to renew the Invitation. White House Pre« Secrelary Charles Q. Ross said Ihtd the President has the Invitation "under consideration," and it was possible that Mr. Truman may be able to take a lew days lo attend tlhc ceremonies scheduled to be held oh Dec. 6. Among those who called on the President with Pepper and Holland were Sen. J. Howard McGrath, D,, Put apple through Blinder or cliop fine, Cream margarine and sugar until light. Stir in fruits, vanilla, then flour mixed with luice* and soda alternately with water. Stir only imlil Ingredients are well blended. Turn Into deep square pan. greased, lined with waxed paper and paper greased. Bake in mode- rat* oven (350 degrees F.) one hour. Turn out at once. Cool. Frost with plain hard sauce frosting. Decorate with "ribbons" of frosting colored red and spray ol holly made of leaves and stcm.s cut from citron. Add ibis lomato-cheese pie recipe to your lile of meatless treats: Broiled Tomnto-t'hff»e Pie (Serves 4-S) R. I., chairman of the Democratic National Committee, and Heps. J. lardln Peterson. Dwight L. Rogers, and George A. SmatluM'.v and Emory Price, a]l Florida Democrats. Collect Christmas Recipes Now .A Christmas cake with rtd ribbon of frosting ana edible holly spray. BY GAYNOK MADDOX NEA Staff Writer It's time 10 start collecting recipes for Christmas. Here's a gay suggestion—a cake that looks as though it 'were wrapped in white paper and tied with red ribbon and a holly spray. Christmas Package Cake (Yield, D\9x2-lj2 In. cake) Two and one-quarter cups chopped raw apple, 3;4 cup fortified margarine.. 1-V2 cups sugar. 3;4 cup raisins, chopped, 3 ; 4 cup dates cut lip, 1-1,2 tea-spoons vanilla, 3 cups siflcd flout, 1-1[2 teaspoons cinnamon, 1-V|2 teaspoons nutmeg, 3 teaspoons soda, 3|-1 cup water. One teaspoon sail, J|4 eup whole wheat cereal. 2-l>2 cups boiling water, 3 onions, finely chopped, 1-1 [2 cups turatcd American chi'osc 13» IKHindi, 1 No. 2-irj cnn tomatoes, 34 teaspoon •nit. 1^ teaspoon pep- iwr, 1|4 tfnspoon Worcestershire sauce. Add silt »nd who)* wheat cereal lo rapidly boiling w»t«r. Slir about 5 minutes or until thickened. smile onions lightly In a little- butter ur fortified margarine. Add to cereal with 12 cup Kruled cheese; cook 20 minutes longer. Line B-lncli pio 4«/ck rellti from HEADACHE lfl with cereal mMim, B«fc« In moderate ovrn (SftO degrees F.) 16 ninulc.'i or until browned, Drain lomittocs will, Season wllli mil, |>o)>l>or iitul Woici'slilre .iktico; lilnco In lie shell. Covor with reinnLnlnK 1 :u|) of fsrtted cheeM; *bro»'ii uiulcr the broiler (iboul 10 minutes). WEAK cranky Wry mmtiT? Ar* jolt troubled by dUlroti of it-mule functional periodic dlnturb- niici-*'/ Dow tills mivfc* you teal to \\" a ' hlgh-'tninx, iim'nnj—at «uch tliur.iV TH»U BO try I.yillrv E. I'lllk- iiiiiii a v«««t*ul« compound lo ri)licv« avn-h fiymi>toiuil riiikhtm'* com- F oimd 19 mmlo laprcfalty for women I nisi) tins wlml Duclon onll • HOmarliU) tOlllorfTeoU Any dninalaro. HYDW E. 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Pour Inio d*«p pi« pan lined with unb*k*d pAKrf* Hake 19 mlii., ih«n r*duc« h*at to »low (325* F.) «nd Uk» 40 miiu, o^ until firm. : Note: 2 ] /4 t*«*p. pumpkin pi* ffAat' can re pi act the above ipicrt^ For SWM* Potato Pie, »ub*tuuta for the pumpkin fr«ihly cooked or cnnticd iw*et potato** or fams, put clirotigh a ilcve; r*iiuc* brown vugar tr> '^ cup, omit moUiacj and add Z iabl«jp. mtlttd butter or margarin*. r For Squuh Pic, follow reap* for Pumpkin Pi*, (iibttttuHnf winc«r squaib, cKocoufKlf for the pumpkin. >•«. wai Per Milk, can 13c Gold Medal— 10 I,b. I'kg. Flour 99c Spices, pkg. . . lOc No. 2'/, Can , Pumpkin ..... 18c FLORIDA ORANGES FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT 8 OZ. PACKAGE FRESH DATES YORK APPLES RED EMPEROR GRAPES Ib m«sh b«g 10 Ib mesh bag ... 2 Ibs. 39 45 C 23 e 19 C HOX DELICIOUS APPLES JUMBO BLEACHED CELERY GARDEN FRESH RADISHES ICEBERG HEADS LETTUCE YOUNG AND TENDER SPINACH PINK MEAT 51 S17,K GRAPEFRUIT RED TRIUMPH—10 Lbs. J9c POTATOES M « 2 Ibs. 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