Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 29, 1952 · Page 8
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

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Thursday, May 29, 1952
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·il AMCANSAI TUMI, Thursday, May W, 1952 ! Customer Lack Hits Britain's Foreign Trade New Devaluation Of Pound Seen As Result Of Crisis By SAM DAWSON New York-(jP)-John BuI1'« m ! trouble again. Added to his all but j chronic shortages of ((old and dol- ll Ian, ii a shortage of customers !; And, ai usual, Uncle Sam is likely j to get Involved ; Germany is taking some of Eng; lind't customers away. So Is Ja:; pan. And the United States is buy- j| Ing fewer British goods this year, t; America cut off some of its flnan- .: eial aid to England last year, and Congress is engaged rliiht now In ·": (nipping off portions of the new : | foreign aid bill. ; ; The pound sterling .bowed some :| Improvement early thli year when · the Churchill government put a ."{ new austerity program Into effect. .j But Brltaln'i foreign trade took a ·· turn for the worie. And now there -I are new rumors of a fresh dovalu- :j »llon of the pound. , Some even suggest It might be ·et loose to «(ek its own Jerei. The British government denle. any devaluation plans -- at government! always do. Market BklHtoh The New York sterling market Is skittish. The British are also rumored to be considered waiving this year's Interest payment of 8(1,000,000 dollars on the 3 3-4 billion dollar loan the United States made her In ]»46. ' But, above all, Britain would like to be able lo use for economic support more of whoever U. S. (id Is to be allotted this year. She wants a smaller portion of the total earmarked as military aid. The U. S. Military Security Agency has given England $350,000,000 for defense-supporting aid (as contrasting to military aid). But she wants more so she could buy cotton and grains -- which American farmers would like to ·ell her--and gasoline, coal, in steel. Hanging fire In Congress ·ome MOO.000,000 which the U. administration thinks BriUI Ihould have In the coming yea No wonder the ald-i!s«hlng mood of Congress has the British jittery Bpe*1t Dnfttt ·7 CECILT MOWNSTONI i? r ^, h A a J vl 1 ,TM 1 *'":'. comM "!Leaves Estate To Farm Owner Pink And White Ring Cookies Ingredients: iu cups sifted flour, Vi cup nonfat dry milk, 2 teaspoons baking powder, U teasp*on salt, V4 cup shortening, 1 cup sugar, l egg, '/i teaspoon almond flavoring, 1 tablespoon water. I to 10 drops red food color- Ing. Method: Sift together flour, nonfat dry milk, baking powder, and salt. Cream shortening n n d j sugar. Beat in egg well with almond flavoring and water. With mixing spoon blend In flour mixture; dough may be stiff to blend. Divide In hnlf. Blend red food coloring Into one half dough. Wrap each half separately In waxed paper and put in refrigerator for at least 14 hour or until firm enough lo roll. Roll out each half between two sheets of waxed pa- er into about 8 by 16-inch ob- ong. Remove top sheets of waxed japcr from both oblongs. Place link layer of dough, top side down, on white layer; remove sheet of waxed paper now on top. Cut layers in half lengthwise. .Roll each half lengthwise In jellyroll fashion, making each roll about 1M inches n diameter; remove waxed paper while rolling. Chill |t least 15 nutfs or until firm 1 enough to slice easily. Cut each roll Into about 14-Inch slices. Pl«cc on un- greased baking sheet about 1 Inch apart; bake In moderate (375 F.) oven until edges ire delicately browned, about 10 minutes. Remove at once to rack lo cool. Makes about 6 dozen cookies. Ripe Olive Relish Salad Ingredients: \ cup ripe olives, 2 avocados, shredded salad greens, French dressing, V4 cup sweet pickle relish, 1 cup cubed orange, mayonnaise, paprika. Method: Cut olives from pits Into large pieces. Cut each avocado lengthwise, Into three equal portions and remove seed and skin, Drest salad greens with Trench dressing and place a mound on each salad plate. Place in avocado third on each. Mix olives, pickle relish, end orange with enough mayonnaise to moisten. Arrange over acovado sections consistency -- about 5 minutes. Stir often as sauce cools. Add brandy flavoring.and chill. Serve over Apricot Whip;; makes enough sauce for-8 serving*. IHea At Age 114 :;od, N. Y.-OT-Doath of Mrs. Jenkins, one-time Nccro 'lave, at the age of 114 was Fairfleld, Callf.-(/P)-For 18 years Mrs. Ella Cord showed up at the A. R. Gonzales fruit ranch here about the first of May. She worked as a fruit thinner until the end of June, then moved on ally came from Idaho. Three "weeks ago she became ill. Gonzales took her to the Solano County Hospital. There, alone and despondent, she hanged herself. In her will, found in her meager effects, the itinerant farm worker left her entire estate to near Gonzales. Attorneys said it probably would amount to $25,000 to $50,000. nounccd yesterday by Nassau I'" t e thousands of other transient County health officials, who said farm workers. Little was known she died April 27. about her except that she origin- Some authorities contend that j the most stable difference between j the so-called races of mankind is j not skin color but hair form. IB Ik* TIMES--It PIT. American Samoa is about 900 j miles south of the Equator and just east of the international dnte line. BEEF STEW STRAWBERRIES ARE HERE! M A K E JAM AND JELLY WITH SURE-JELL* PECTIN TODAY! ·A Mfanl frait IMCM pnAwtl l'f Britain report, that In April h :t export! dropped by $(4,000,000 :: from March, while she wai able t · S cut her imports by only $22,000, .-{ 000. Her reserve of gold and dol · lin (which wai $4.000,000,000 in ; mid-lWO) wai down to l 3-4 bll : lion dollar. IMa April and only { all(htl.T above the low point o September, 1849, when she alash ed her pound from $4.03 to $2.80 Her trade with the U. S. is fall. Inn oil. in the first two month, ol this year .he bought $154,000,000 worth from the United State* ant ·old ui $70,000,000 worth of foods and raw material.. · British textile men are reported expecting a drop of nearly a third In their sales in this country this year. Fewer of almost al British roods, except Scotch whts- key, are expected to come to thele ihores. The sweet potato plant belongs to the same family as the morn- jni llory. Strawberries are here! Sprinkle with paprika iboul *. serving!. Makes Crisp Waffles With Strawberry Butter Sauce Ingredient!: M tup butter, 2 cups (about) sifted confectioners' sugar, l teaspoon vanilla, dash of salt, H cup .lightly mashed fresh strawberrlei. Method: Beat butter until fluffy and light. Gradually beat In sugar, vanilla, and silt. Fold In strawberries. (Amount of sugar needed will vary with juiciness of berries.) Chill until ready to serve. Serve over crisp hot waffles. Makes about IS cups sauce. Fish Fillets~w7th Pimiento Sauce Ingredients: 4 thin fish fillets (choose size suitable for Individual servings), M lemon, salt, freshly-ground pepper, paprika, 1 cup medium white sauce",--2 tablespoons finely diced pimiento, thin strips pimiento. Method: Preheat broiler at high- eat heat for 10 minutes. Arrange fish fillets, skin-side down, on aluminum foil-covered broiler pan; do not use rack. Sprinkle fillet: with lemon Juice, salt, pepper and paprika. Turn heat to moderate and broil fillets about 2 inches rom source of heat 10 to 12 minutes or until fish flakes easily with fork; do not turn. Meanwhile heat white sauce and stir In diced ilmiento. Remove fillets with wide spatula and serve with sauce pooned over center of each serving; garnish with pimiento strips. Makes 4 servings. : rench Cocoa Bolls Ingredients: % cup cocoa, 1 3/4 cups confectioners' sugar, 1 cup walnut or pecan meats, cup un- weetened condensed milk, 1 ablespoon vanilla. Method: Mix M cup of the cocoa ind H4 cups of the confectioners' iugar. Shop nut meats and add. Mix In sweetened condensed milk nd vanilla. Shape into balls. Mix emainlng sugar and cocoa and oil balls in it. Makes 3 dozen. :osy Custard Sauce Ingredients: One-hall 3 H-oz. package vanilla pudding. Hi cups -Ilk, brandy flavoring (to taste). Method: Put pudding powder nto saucepan. Gradually add milk, tirring until smooth a f t e r each ddltion. Cook anfl stir over mod- CONSUM STORE No. 1 S. Side Square Phone 94 S U P E R MARKETS PRICES ALSO GOOD AT PUBLICS IGA MARKET, SPRINGDALE STORE No. 2 300 W. Dixon Phone 240 Cut Green Beans No. 1 can 5 Powdered or Brown SUGAR PRUNE JUICE Pound Box Sunsweet Quart 10 C 25 C 2 tall cans 15c !GA DOG HOUSE Dog Food . . . Chase Sanborn Instant Coffee .. 4-oi. jar 45c; 8-oz. jar 89c IGA Deluxe ' Coffee Ib.can 80c Pet or Carnation Milk 2 tall cans 27c Lipton Tea . . y*-lb. pkg 34c large 14-oz. bottle 13c . . ' . , . can 5c Royal Guest Catsup , Baxter . Potted Meat Sarah Spinach No.2canlOc Borden's' Cheese Spread . . . . glass 19c Park Lane Sandwich Spread . . . pint 19c 2-lb. box 69c 25-lb. bag $1.59. Cheese Food Golden Nugget Flour . . . Grove Brand Tomatoes . 2 No. 2 cans 31 c Gold Nugget Flour 10-lb. bag 79c Clabber Girl Baking Powder, 2-lb. can 29c 3-lb. ctn. 59c 10-lb. bag 89c Mrs. Tucker's Shortening . . Pure Cane Sugar Borden's Biscuits can lOc Chef Luncheon Meat . . 12-oz. can 35c Hershey's Cocoa . . Ib.can 49c PEN-JELL OR Spaghetti Hominy SURE JELL . . . . . . pkg. lOc VAN CAMP'S MACKEREL tall can 15c REGULAR 38c KOTEX box 25c *^m§*^ 2 Del Monte Grapefruit Juice 46-oz. can 17c Madison Salad Dressing . . . . qt. 39c Salad Bowl Salad Dressing . . . . qt. 45c Cove Oysters ; can 35c Wesson--Salad Oil Pint 29c Franco American in Rich Sauce IGA Fancy White 3 Cans No. 2 Cans 25 ICED MILK Ice Cream. . ?-gal.59c SNOW CROP Sweet Peas.. pkg. 27c Orange Juice. 2 for 29c Brussel Sprouts.. 39c Broccoli 34c IGA Enriched Flour . . . IGA Home Style Flour . . . . Poke Salad Greens . . . Sno-Drift 25-lb. bag $1.79 50-lb. bag $3.49 . No. 2 can 12* Shortening . . 3-lb. can 69 ALUMINUM FOIL JHEESE IATSUP ORK- Gerber's Baby Food . Herihey't Cocoa . . J.ergen'i Lotion Soap . . . 3 cans 25* 1 2-lb. can 25 Kraft Velveeta Del Monte 2 25-ft. Roll Ib. Box Large 14 Ox. No. 2'i Cant bar 5 35' 79* 17' 25' 1ft Only Large Box Matches 5 C - Armour's Crescent Ib. SLICED BACON 29 Fresh Dressed FRYERS -53 Fresh Lean Ib. GROUND BEEF 59 Sugar Cured Ib. BACON SORS. 29 *·

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