Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on March 20, 1952 · Page 11
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 11

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 20, 1952
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NMTHwttT ARKANSAS TIMM. Choice Recipts By CECILY BKWN8TONE Jellied Pineapple 'And Cucumber Salad ; Ingredients: 1 package lime gelatin, IH-'cups hot pale dry ginger alei one 9-ounce can pin«7 apple pieces; juice of 1 lemon,- U cup cider vinegar, 1 teaspoon, salt, % cup diced cucumber, water cress, salad dressing. 1 · ·-.'· Method: Dissolve gelatin -"'.in ginger ale; 'stir in syrup" from can of pineapple, lemon juice, vinegar, an* salt. Chill until consistency of unbeaten egg white. Fold in pineapple pieces and cucumber. Pour into individual molds that have been rinsed in cold water. Chill until set.. .Unmold on water cress. Serve with, salad dressing. Makes 6 servings. Raisin .Butterscotch Pudding Ingredients: 1 cup sifted flour, 2 teaspoons baking powder, U teaspoon salt, H cup sugar, 2/3 cup seedless raisins (rinsed. in hot water and drained), .% teaspoon grated lemon rincl, % cup milk, 1 tablespoon butter or margarine (melted), ?i cup firmly packed brown sugar, 1 tablespoon lemon juice, IVi cups hot water. Method: : Sift together flour, baking poWder, salt, and sugar. Add raisins, M teaspoon of the lemon rind, milk and butter; mix well. Spread . in . greased 8x8x2- inch pan. Sprinkle brown sugar over batter. Mix lemon juice, remaining '/. .teaspoon .lemon rind and hot water and pour over brown sugar and batter. Bake in moderate (350 F.) overi 40 to 45 minutes. S e r v e warm with whipped cream. There will be a c'akelike layer at the top of the pudding and a thick butterscotch sauce on .the bottom. Makes 8 to 10 servings. Applesauce Crumb P.udding 'Ingredients: 2 tablespoons butter or margarine, 1 cup stale (dry but riot hard) nut' cake crumbs (firmly packed), 1 cup sweetened applesauce. % cup cream, 2 teaspoons confectioners sugar, few drons vanilla. Method: Melt butter or margarine in a skillet over low heat; add cake crumbs and mix well; remove from heat. Sprinkle a little more than half the cake crumbs in the bottom of two individual heat-resistant glass 6-inch pie plates; - spoon applesauce pver crumbs; sprinkle with remaining crumbs. Bake in very Hot (450 f.) oven until just hot through, 7 to 8 minutes. Whip cream with sugar and vanilla and serve on top of warm puddings. Makes 2 large servings. California Tuna Sala^ Ingredients: % cup ripe oliVes, 2 hard-cooked eggs, one 614- or 7- ounce can luna, i cup ui-t-u celery, 2 tablespoons' diced green pepper, \, 'cup mayonnaise, 2 teaspoons cider vinegar, U teaspoon salt, freshly-ground pepper., (to taste); 1 teaspoon finely grated onion, salad greens. Method: Gut olives from pits into large pieces; dice eggs. Flake tuna coarsely over olives and esgs; add celery and green pepper. Mix mayonnaise with vinegar, salt, freshly-ground pepper and onion; pour over sajad mixture, and mix lightly. . .Serve on crisp salad greens. Makes 4 small servings. Creamy Roquefort Spread Ingredients: % pound (1 cup firmly-packed) Roquefort cheese, V4 pound cream cheese, % cup commercially prepared thick sour cream. . . ' .. Method: Have Roquefort and cream cheese at room temperature. Put in · mixing bowl and mash together with a fork; beat in sour wearri w.ith fork or spoon. Force through fine sieve to make National Police Rese New Army, Ready T( Enemy Threatens Atta Camp Obihiro, Hokkaido, Japan -(flj-Japan's National Police Reserve--the core: of Nippon's next army-- may *o°h move two more divisions' to -flus. big island, the closest-' to Soviet^ Russia. .:One division oPthl ilO,COO-m»n police .-reserve already is here; Two more would mean nearly half the'. reserve's "strength' was. 'deployed to meet any thrust by the Communists from the north. Officially, the force still is a their leaders consider themselves Japan's : army. The Fourth Regiment is ' stationed at Camp Obihiro, a former Japanese air base. It is commanded by Supt. 1st Class Fusakichi Fueda. His title 'corresponds to a .U. S. colonel. " Police troopers are trained by American advisers. They use U. S. Army-type equipment and operate under full military ' procedures. Some equipment was supplied by the Americans but mainly it ; is of Japanese manufacture to U. S. Army specifications. The Fourth Regiment is fully motorized. It. has 'ritodern communications. Mobility and poor' communications werr two major weaknesses of the old Imperial Army. . The men are- warmly clad in U. S. Army-rtype olive drab dress uniforms or. twill .fatigues. They underscore their feeling that they are an. army by using military ranks. They say 'captain and major instead of inspector first class and senior inspector. Morale It Good Morale' is high. The rigid discipline and regimentation o f . the old "Imperial Army is gone. The men' joke andrgripe -- just asithey do in. the U.'.S. Army. They have respect, not j-fear',' for their officers. ·'? '.--. . Police reserve service is by voluntary enlistment and. the type of met! accepted has-been exceptionally high. All are senior high school graduates, selected .fqr general, intelligence in' addition- to aptitude far-military life. ' · - ; · ' · ' '.':'·· .^English words- have crept 'into the reserve's work-a-day talk and all communications are written in Romaji Japanese, which uses the 26-lctter Roman alpha'jct instead of the old Japanese 1 form. This .makes available a common language in time of possible joint operations.- . \ · , .- . '· Sgt. Kigoro" Setida, 20, a spokesman for. six.- troopers stationed here, said his'' outfit is ready to fight in defense of Japan but not under any other command. smooth/ Chill in 'refrigerator 'jfa firm before serving.;-:.'. Makes '-i,2 cups spread. :·"' '' - '. ' - Mixe'd Salad Bowl Ingredients: 2 cups m i x e d salad greens (torn in small pieces and packed down somewhat into measuring cup), 1 medium-sized cucumber, 1 medium-sized carrot, 1 tablespoon olive oil, 1 teaspoon tarragon vinegar, V, teaspoon salt, 1 small clove garlic, .freshly- ground pepper (to taste). Method.; Put salad greens in salad bowl. Wash and dry cucumber; pare off part of skin stripe-fashion,, then -score cucumber with sharp tines o( fork;' slice thin and add to greens. Pare carrot and then, using , razor-like vegetable parer, cut into long thin flat strips and add to salad bowl: Push -vegetables'.. In --bowl.':.!!!- one side; to other side 'add olive oil; vinegar,, salt 'and pepper; .put garlic clove through press and add; mix these dressing ingredients together well at side of bowl with fork, before tossing them thoroughly with 'vegetables. Serve at once. Makes 3 servings. Onlylf WITtf you All DAY "We are paid by the Japanese people and - it's our. responsibility to. fight--but not under foreign command," Senda said. VWe : know where we stand. Twp years : ago'-when we. joined .the' reserves we didn't know whether we were going to be policemen or soldiers, Now, we know we are go- ihg to defend bur country.-,'Any enemy aggression . find us ready." Senda is a former warrant offi- ir in .the Imperial Navy Air Force. He participated in the World War II Philippines campaign, mostly on anti-submarine, patrols. Republicans In Benton County Convention Names tes To Two v GOP Gatherings : . . - · ' , B y - B O B ' PEARMAN Bentonville - (Special) - "There are enough neoublicans in Benton County so that we should be able to find a suitable man to fill 'about every office," Sam E. Trostle, chairman of. the county Republican Committee told some BO party-members in the Legion Hut nefe--Iast night. ' . . . However,-the question of just how many-- any--Republicans will seek county posts next fall remains, unanswered. The convcn-. lion.-decided, to hold up the selection-'of the' Executive Committee until more meetings are held and the party is better organized in the county. The Executive Committee approves candidates on a county level. Officials felt that the committee would be seated arid "approve some asnirants within the next two weeks. Trostle urged the organization of township committees. Trostle, a Siloam Springs dairyman, " was selected as county chairman'of the county committee for his third straight year. .Tim Reed of Siloam Springs was elected vice chairman and W. 0. Burns, Siloam Springs city treasurer, was again chosen secretary- treasurer. Burns is also the state committeeman from B e n t o n County. j.Reea;,._a young Siloam Springs "ijusiri«s" r: man, aslced- :: for more young'men i n - t h e Benton County Republican organization. T h e oosslbility of Betting Little Rock Mayor Pratt Rcmmel to organize a Young Republicans Committee In Benton County was discussed. ' Claude M. Williams of Rogers, .state delegate at large, announced that Beninn County Republican? are expected to raise $1.601.76 of the party'V $80,000 quota for Arkansas. ; The county's 24 delegates to the state arid Ihird congressional district conventions were named. The same delegates will serve at both conventions. Pulaski County leadi- the slate with 48 delegates. Benton and.Sebastian counties have 24 delegates each, the second highest in the state. Delegates are: Mrs. Delia Johnson, Mrs. Lloyd Cole, Claude M. 'Newman, and H. R. Shanks, all of Sulphur Springs: Homer. Bynum. Jessie Couch. Jim Reed, W. O. Burns. S. E. Trostle, A. L. Martin, and Mayor Hogg, of Siloam Springs; Ernest Alfrcy, Roy Cunningham, John Sharp, and Mrs. Jessie Gilstrao. of Bentonville; Claude M. Williams, · Mrs. .Teffa Scott, W. L. Hinlpn. - Claude E. Riley. 'E. B. Hatfield, and George H. Mills, of Rogers; A. L. Allum of Gravetto: Fred Evans of Maysville, and Robert Beaver of Gentry. . ' It has been several. years since the Republicans have entered a candidate on the county ticket Benlon Counly voters favored Dewcy over Rooscvc'j in 1!)44, and Dewey polled 2,911 votes to 3,281 for Truman in 1948. S i l o a m Springs does have a Republican mayor and other city officials.- Keel tip with the HIM*--read V T'MES daily. WANTED! COLGATE COUPONS MING ntf/H W! THEY'RE VALUABLE! T O Y O U A N O US J s-., .v»*'. BOUQUET 3? 19c £ 9c Wllh C«np«ll JL* 14 Q'CJf rk Armour's Sfror TOILET SOAP .Urgent Lotion 5 C Bar SALAD DRESSING Jar TOMATOES NO. 2 CAN 1 cans 31c COUNTRY POWDERED OR BROWN 10 Box BEANS GREAT NORTHERN OR PINTO 4 Ibs. 49c See What lOc Buys At IGA IGA Brand CUT GREEN BEANS PORK BEANS SAUERKRAUT IGA SALT STRONGHEART DOG FOOD KIDNEY BEANS A VAN CAMP RED BEANS CRANBERRY SAUCE FRENCH'S MUSTARD TANGERINE JUICE No. 1 Can No. 303 Can No. .103 Can 26-«. Box 1£K t-oi. Can Lot. Can Ocoan 7-oi. Spray Can 6-01. Jar No. 2 Can 10* or Sour Lima Beans Cream Corn Corn Meal CHOICE TASTY J«t LMk «t thii wm«»f«i t* lit Fresh Dressed Fryers, Ib. 49c CUDAHY'S READY TO EAT PICNIC HAMS, Ib .. . . 39c FIRST CUT PORK CHOPS, Ib ... 49c WILSON'S CORN KING SLICED BACON, Ib . . 37c KRAFT'S SLICED . AMERICAN CHEESE, Ib. 59c Radishes, 3 bunches . . lOc Large Grapefruit, 3 for. 25c BELL PEPPERS, Ib . . . . . 15e CONSUMER'S STORE No. 1 S. 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