Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 7, 1952 · Page 17
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February 7, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 17

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MOHHWBT AMCANSAS TIMtS, fayMMvin*, Arfcamat, Thundcy, February 7, 1*S Governor Of Ida Issues Threat To Press Will Decline To Give News To Miami Herald Tallahassee, Fla. -UP)- The Miami ' Herald . Wednesday called a threat to cut off "from Capito news "another in a long series o attacks" on the Florida-press by Gov. Fuller Warren's administration. George Beebe, the Herald's act- ig manager, said the paper woulc continue to print a t r u t h f u l report of state government activities "regardless of what action the governor may see fit to take." Beebe replied to a letter to the editor of the Herald from W a r - ren's press secretary, Loyal Compton, in which Compton .said Herald Columnist John Kilgore falsely wrote that the governor "fancies himself a ( capital L sort of DOCTORS SAY: ~ · t In Siif and Toite" ST.JosEfiT ·ASPIRIN* . ; FOR CHILDREN: EVERYTHING IN PLUMBING and SUPfLIES FAYETTEVILLE IRON and METAL CO. GOVERNMENT AVE. /2 GALLON Vanilla Ice Cream 64c Holland Bros, locker Plant 'liberal." 1 Compton 'said the governor ar those authorized to speak for hi would decline to five any fu (her information to Kilgore or tl Miami Herald if they "publi: one more lie *vbout Govern Warren and ..refuse to correct retract such lie upon being a vised in writing that it is a lie.' Compton said the step "will I taken regretfully and reluctantly Warren and Compton have ofte objected to reports in the Hera and other Florida papers, si nearly every Capitol reporter hi received letters complaining abou choice of words in dispatche about the governor and his ad ministration. Kilgore sa"id he ha no comment on Compton's lette Choke Recipes By, CECILY BROWNSTONB Carrot And Ripe Olive Meat Loaf Ingredients: '.4 pound groun ·ound or chuck beef, J egg \i cu nilk, 34 teaspoon salt,' 'A tea jnoon pepper, Vi teaspoon paprika h cup finely grated carrot) finnb packed), 2 tablespoons finely fjrat cd onion (pulp and juice), W cup inely diced celery, Vi cup rip tlives, paprika. Method: In medium-sized mix- ng bov.'i put beef, egg, milk, salt vpper, paprika, carrot, onion, and elery. Cut olives from pits ii arge pieces (there should be abou 4; cup pitted olive pieces) and dd. With fingers mix-,ingiedienls horoughly. With fork or spoon lack into greased small loat pan about 7 1 ,kx.3Ux2 inches measured jc.ross lop); sprinkle top gener- usly with paprika. Bake in mod- rale (375F.) oven 45 rninutcs Mlow to stand on top of range 5 minutes so loaf will absorb ome of juices that have come to op; t u r n out on waxed paper hen t u r n onto serving platter so rowned top shows; serve with any uices not absorbed. Makes 4 small ·rvings. PLAN TO BUILD 8» Our MlierllL Get Our Price*. Try Our SerTht. DYKE LUMBER CO. 301 81. Chail« Quick Spinach With Mushroom Sauce Ingredients: '/4 cup water, ',4 teaspoon sail, one 14-ounce package quick-frozen chopped spinach, one lO'.i-oiince condensed cream of mi'shroom soup, 1 teaspoon finely grated onion (plump and juice), freshly-ground pepper. Method: Put water and salt in heavy saucepan wide enough to hold frozen block of spinach; bring to a boil. Add spinach and turn frequently with a fork, break- WHO FIXES RADIOS? 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Currant Muffins Ingredients: .Hi cups sifted flour, 3 teaspoons baking powder -teaspoon salt, 14 cup butter or margarine, Vi cup sugar, ] egg H cup milk,- ^i cup currants (rinsed in hot water and thoroughly drained). Method: Sift flour, baking powder, ind salt together.. Cream shortening and sugar; add egg and beat thoroughly. Add sifted dry ingredient*, milk, and currants and stir with spoon only until dry ingredients are moistened. Spoon j medium-sized greased m u f f i n pans, filling them about 2/3 full. Bake in hot (425F.) oven 15 minutes or until toothpick inserted in center comes out clean. Serve at once. 'Makes 10 to 12 medium nuffins. Fish'Fillets With Caper Sauce Ingredients: 4 to 5 fish fillets, )ulter or margarine, paprika, 1 cup hot medium white sauce well-seasoned), 2 tablespoons caters. Method: Arrange fillets, flesh side up, in broiling p a n ; dot with vjtler fend sprinkle 'vith paprika, iroil, without turning, aboul 10 n-.inutes or until fish flakes eas- ly and is cooked through. Have vhitc sauce very hot and stir "apcrs i n t o it. Transfer fish fillels n dinner plates with two wide ;patulas and pour sauce over hem: dust w i t h paprika. Makes to 5 servings. Orange Whip Ingr?dienls: '/a cup cold water, envelope untlavored gelatin, U|* boiling hot water, I teaspoon [rated orange rind, 1 i-up strnin- 'd orange juice, 3 tablespoons trained lemon juice. 2/3 cup ugar. Method: In a medium-sized l i x i n g bov.'i pour cold water; prinkle gelatin over surface of ·ater and let slanrl several m i n les to soften, Add boiling water nci stir u n t i l gelatin is Ihorough- dissolved. Stir in oranpn r i n d , ranj?e juice, lemon j u i r c and ugar u n t i l sugar is dissolved. h i l l in refrigerator until m i x ire begins to set. r.emove and hip with rotary beater for a i n u t e or two until quite foamy, urn a generous h a l f cupful of i l x t u r e into each of 5 serving ishes and chill again u n t i l set. chopped Swiss cheese. 3 tablespoons liquid from sweet picklps. 2 tablespoons mayonnaise, R slices bread, butter or margarine (softened). ' Method: Put smoked tongue and ' Swiss cheese through fine blade of food chopper so as to make the V4 cup of each called for. Mix with sweet pickle liquid and mayonnaise. Spread 14 cup of the f i i l - ln on each of 4 bread slices; top .with remaining bread and pres: down. Spread lop side of sand-' wiches with softened b'Mter and put under preheated broiler ;mli! toasled a light golden-brown; t u r n . spread other side of sandwiches with butler and toast. Cut each [ sandwich in 4 triangles and serve ' at once. \ Skeletons found in n o r t h e r n Alaska prove t h a t musk oxen ranged there less than 150 years ago. j Much nf the agriculture of Uiwrr Californi;i is l i m i t e d to irrigated ii'duns in the nurth. In very cold wmther It Is d i f f i cult If not impossible to m a k e * snowball. Trench scifntists m a i n t a i n n ' year-round weather station on the ! Greenland icecap. The assessed valuation of Manhattan property in New, York City I in 1950-51 was $8,291,241/100. ' Starts Sunday OZARK YOU CAN'T FOOL A VALENTINE COOKIE! rilled Tongue And Cheese Sandwiches Ingredients: Vi cup finely chop- ed smoked tongue, Vz cup finely . d "The fhiesf entertainment money cati buy . . . an evening at the MOVIES*^ __ _ SATURDAY 1:10 . 3:20 . StJS - 7i30 · S:30 UARK FRIDAY i Slnjinj, Dincioj :--· of the Old V7sstl Mftii GAYNOR Dennis DAY Dal. 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