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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, July 2, 1952
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', July 1, IMS "I ·'·'I :..·) THE BEST FOR LESS PRICES GOOD WHM50AY Through SATURDAY WE WILL BE CLOSED Friday, July 4 \k Gallon WARD'S Ice Cream 67c Upton Tea 1/4 Ib... 27c SALMON . .. --i ·'-I YILLOW ION RET Spinach 2 a." 29t New Phonetk Alphabet Not Meeting With Widespread Acceptance, Confusion The Result BT FLOYD CAUI,, JR. i Should t plane bear the designa- | 1! years and millions of dollars to Thrnugh one of those hureau- i 'ion 143-R, the pilot would j change its flags and lifnals. cralir snafus so common to Wash-' identify himself as "One four- Lined up against adoption j iiiKtoiv these days, a solid wave of | confusion has engulfed the avia- thre« roger." Under the old nystem, United lion industry, the armed forces · States Air Force--USAF--became ami nlher UKCTS of two-way radio. Th* trouble lies in adoption by lh» Civil Aeronautics Atlminlslra- lion nnd the Air Force of a new phonetic alphabet which rnuld · rajtily confuse even Buz Sawyer! and Steve Canyon. Uncle SuKsr Able Fox. Using the new system It becomes Union Sierra Alpha Foxtrot--longer and morr easily misunderstood. For years the old familiar Able- Bakcr-Charlie routine has been in use by civilian airroen and The phonetic alphabet is widely j members of the urmed forces. The used by civilian fliers and by both : new alphabet, designed to aid airmen and ground forces of the j foreigner^ who have trouble wth armed forces. For inslance, in j English, starts out with Alpha- spelling out the name "Texas" to l Bravo-Coca. ensure good radio reception, t h e ] The new alphabet hat met with °' j the new alphabet are the Air Line Pilots Association, Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association, Flying Farmer*, National Aviation Trade Association, International federation of Air Line Pilots, and the American Legion Aviation Committee, among others. Dreams Dp Alphabet The new idea was developed by the International Civil Aviation Hurt's Poaches H.. IVJ C«n 25' Organization, which is composed lions and towers use both alpha- of civil aviation authorities in the j bets depending on which the pilot various countries. The ICAO said | they are in communication with it dreamed up the alphabet be- j uses. ,. . . - cause many foreign fliers are un- Cnnfualon rredlrtt* radioman--using iho old alphabet '· powerful opposition from the na- I able to pronounce the predom- The Air Force, unlike the Navy, --would say "Tare easy xray sble : Hon's pilot groups and from the i inantly Anglo-Saxon words in the j adopted the new system yester- *' """" " ' . . . . . . ^^ This seems certain to cau.^c wordi in "o", Is questioned by Raymond Ellis, manager of the Fayettevllle Flying Service and Drake Field. '"If a foreigner is unable to pronounce "fox" in the present alphabet, how can hr hone *n do better on "foxtrot"? Ellii asks. Ellis says Ihe new alphabet was adopted by the federal gnvernmcn over the bitter protests of the nation's civilian airmen and the aviation industry. Civil aviation had no voice at all in the decision," he said. The alphabet was adopted by i the CAA April I. but so far hasn't stuck. Ellis says that pilots find the new system, in which many words sound alike, highly'confus- ing and are relying on the old familiar system. CAA radio sta- Mirin* Corpt, of count, will, liki the Navy, ut« the preltnt lyrtim. In "simplifying" th« pnttnt alphabet, the ICAO tubetihited longer and more ebscur* words for the short, mostly ·ne-sylla- hle words now in use. For example. J in the old phonetic alphabet was repreunted by -UK" Now it is "jullett." Kilo-- nronnunced key-Io--ha* replaced king, and william for W hu become whiskey. One confusing word Is Quebec, standing for Q. which must be pronounced kay-beck at though It represented K. Many of the words end in 0. These are bravo, echo, ilo, metro, romeo. tanfo, and co:a--which is pronounced coco. The general effect given by a pilot usini the new alphabet--frequently used when radio eondi- inns make hearing difficult--is hat of a man speaking Spanish with a poor accent. Not white, not wheat, not rjt, ut a flavor blend of ill thrw-- unfe'i Roman Meal unto. 11-lMf CASA GRANADA Vienna Sausige 15c CHERRIES For Pies 19c KLEENEX 300 size 19c JACK SPRAT Beef Gravy Con . . 55c TOPMOST Apple Souce No.2ccml9c Kiwi Lieut. Francis A. Humphreys, left, Fayetteville, Ark., Sabrejet pilot. Is shown receiving the Air Medal from Col. Francis S. Ganrcski. IJeuu-nant Humphreys, who has been in Korea since November 1951, is (assigned to a Kabrrjct wing whose mission is to protect United ' Nations fighter iKJinhers against Communist interceptors. In accomplishing that mission, Ihc 511(1 has shot rtown 90 Red Miit-I5s. Lieu- · tenant Humphreys is a lf(4H graduate of the University. His parents. ' Mr. ami Mrs. Frank A, Humphreys, live at 403 North College Avenue, Fa.vettevilk 1 . Folgir's Lb. .. Coffee 79c FROZEN SNOW CROP Orange Juke 6oL,2for.. 29 BREEZE WASHM6 POWDtt, Ift. toi 2k MIS. TUCKQTS 3-ft. CM . . . LEMONS, fez. . . 40 LETTUCE, Ib 19 WHITE SEEDLESS GRAPES, Ib. . . 32 FRYEftS, FRESH 49 SWIFT DRY BEEF '/4-lb.pkg. . . . CORN KING BACON Lb 39c Ground Beef Lb. . .. 59c Character Cast Announced For University Play De Morco, Gwaltney And Louise Bonner Will Be Starred Francis GwHltney, Norman De, Marco, and Louise Bonner will play the lends In "The While Headed Boy," a three-act IrUh comedy by Lennox Robinson made famous hy the Abbey Theater In Dublin. Ireland, which will open i at the University Fine Arts Center ! Theater for a four-day run July 9. De Marcu in mawix* 1 '' of Ihe Fin* Arl* Center, and assist»nt professor of speech. Before roininji in the University be played In a number nf professional com pan Is* in New England »nd New York. He played the roll of the traveler in Charles Morrow Wilson's "Acres of Sky." Gwaltney was at one time af f (Hated with FnyeUevillc High School and i* now an instructor it Arkansas Tech in RuK.iPl.vHle. He will play the title roll of "The White Haired Boy." Aunt Ellen, considered by critics to be one of the most mitstfinding thnr.'irlciT' in the modern theater, will be portrayed by Louise tton- ner. Miss Bonner h.ts worked under the author. Lennox Ilobinsoii, when he was guest Instructor from the Abbey Theater in Dublin. She has played leadinR roles at tht University theater at the University of North Carolina where she worked under Paul Green, · noted playwright. V. L. Baker will direct the play. Scenery and costumes will be designed hy Prestnn Magruder. Other members of the cast are: Lucy ThlbauU. Scott; William Wilson, Little Rock; Frieda Hendon, Rocky Comfort, Mo.; Margaret Matthews, Conway; Nina, White. El Dorado; Robert Wcstea- ?on, Flint, Mich.; Marlin Kinman, FayetteviHc; Marion CUborne, Helena; Eileen Sexton. Ml. Juda; and Mabel Gordon, Fordyce. The boxoffice for *ale.of tickets will open July 3. mint flavoring. Pour into hot sterilized jars; seal at oner. Makes about is pints. Sour Cream Cocktail Sauce Ingredients: »i teaspoon prepared mustard, 2 tablespoons chili sauce, ia cup commcrcially-pre- oareri sour cream, salt and freshly-ground pepper. Method: In small bow! blond! mustard and chili sauce; stir in sour cream and salt and pepper to taste. Makes enough sauce for 4 shrimp cocktails, using about iwund of ihrimp. Oatmeal Macaroons ingredients; 1 % cups sifted flour, .1 teaspoon baking soda, teaspoon salt, 3 cups regular l cup homog- shortening, l cup brown (firmly-packed), 1 cup have anything at all to do .with I s widrly used.' it, explaining that would takewhlch seems to consist larKely of WITH THESE Serve a Swift's Premium RED LABEL Fully Cooked HAM They arc cooked ready to eat just as they are -- nothing else need be done to them. Ib. 79c half ham the center of your WE WILL BE CLOSED the 4th large) freestone peaches, 3fc pound* (U6 large) red plums, 8 Mi cups lect or cane rugar, 2 teaspoons ground mace, H teaspoon; mint flavoring. Method; Wash fruits; scald, peel, and pit peaches; out plums i from pits. Put each fruit through,! coarse knife or food grimier;' measure ft cups of fruit and juice of each. Mix fruits, sugar, and »pic* in large preserving ket-j Declare Your Independence from a Hot tie, stirring lo mix in sugar. Bring to a rollinif boll on high heal; Stove ''Over the Fourth"! turn heat to medium high; cook jam, stirring occasionally, until two thick heavy drops run together off clean metal spoon {220K.)---about 4!i minutes. Remove from heat; skim. Stir in j tempting salads. Potato Salad, Ib. 49c From our kitchen Choice Recipes By CEUI.Y BROWNSTONF Spiced Chilled Beet Soup IiiRffdirnts: One 31-nunrr jar We Reserve the Right to Limit Quantities MISSION STREET GROCERY 121 MISSION PHONI117 2 tablespoon* commercially-prepared tartar jsauce, 1 teaspnon cider vinegar, 'i teaspoon 53It. freshly-prnund pepper (to taste), horsfht (hret smip), 2 bay leaves, 'paprika, snlnrl preens, black nlives. I teaspoon finely grit ted onion: Method: Remove stem end from (juice and pulp), 1 teaspoon; tomatoes with small sharp knife; Worcestershire sauce. j *ut each in half vertically. Jle- Meihod; To ?oup add hay j move heart from tomato halves leaves, onion, and Worcestershireianrt scoop out seeds. Sprinkle with siuire; chill o\ernlRht. Remove j.«alt and place cut side down to hay lenvps and serve cold. Makes'drain. Put egv* thnrneh riepr or 4 to K servings, mash fine; mix in tartar sauce, vinegar, J i ioasponn salt and pepper. Stuff tomato halves with PRR mixture; sprinkle with paprika. Serve on salad greens with quick rolled oats, mixed ^^.iWSSLv-.nmTi^ P |ate Qnd surround it with cool, U cup broken tecan nutmeats 'A cup ralslht (rinsed and chopped). Method: Sift tojether flour, bflkina; nod a, and salt; stir .in rolled oats. Beat shortening, stiKar, eitRs, and vaniila together thoroughly; Rtir in well rolled oats mixture, pecans and raisins. Drop level tablespoonfuls of dough on creased cookie sheet, [ about 1 Inch apart; press fist i fork keeping rounded shape i Rnrnn finH Tnmntn Bake in moderate (SSOF.) oven : UU( (JM ur lu I UFIIU I U 12 to is minutes. Cool about z j A r p Alwnvt n Pnvnritp I minutes before removing to cool-| rNre / ' W U y b U rOVUrlie . inn rack. Makes 5',4 dozen. _ Swift s Piemium Egg-Stuffed Tomoto Halves Ingredients: S medium tomatoes, snlt, 4 hard-cooked eRKS, | i-\ A s~ s**. k i BACON Save 6c BACON . si?.ed:Swift's Sweet Rasher AUDMNEtQUALirrMEAT! Strawberry Refrigerator Cake Our I.S-nnnrf r«n ( 1 's nips) suTolflirH rnndpn!ed j milk, ! 4 nip Irinon juire, l cup .^ticrri slniu-ltrrlfs, 2 'Rfi whiles, ·J1 \;iinll;t v a f o r s . Mrthod: Illond . cmdi-HM-H milk Jind lointm JUKT. Stir until inix- luie Ihirkons; add ,«;tm\vl»pi iir»s. , H*»Ht fk'K whiles unlll Miff anil 1 fnld in, I.inr narrow ohloiiR pntt 'with wnxod pupor; cover with 'slrnwlwrry mixture. Arid Inyrr nf' viinilln wjifrT5, Hltrrnntinjr in this w«\ unlll strjnvhriry mi \turr is J usfrt hut finish inR with )«yfi nf ' wafer.*. Chill in rrfnjrrnitnr fi ! hours or tonnfr. To nn -vf, iurn ' nut on miMlt pluttrr «nrt rnrffulty | u-»xM pjipr r. Cut In · trvt n* IF nr with whipprrt I rmm. Mukn I black olives. Makes s jervlnes.: usiiu 2 tomato halve« for ench. n* l»r(ff pythnns of .10 frrt. FRYERS Ib. 55c Ib. 43c Swift's Premium FRANKS Ib 55c Swift's Oriole Large or Small FRANKS Ib. 45c . Ib. 53c That excellent Shopping Center Quality. Cut up, ready to fry. MARSHMALLOWS 2 pkgs. 29c Gray Shopping C*ntn «E OF THE WEEK Fralt ··varian , t*H WH Driiin and r*mert chfrriri from fruit cocktail. Savt juict and add fnonnh wa»r to mak 1 '/i curl. Hm juitr 10 bmlin|. Add nlttin and lalt and itir until diiwlvti. Whtn cool, itir in milk. Chill until llifhtlr thicker than unbtann ·«« whitt. Duo with vtgfta- M. oil a mold holding 4 euftt. Whip chilled tilatin miirur* with bcitrr until (luBr. F'ld in fruit. Chill until nrm and t»adr lo Krv». Turn our and (amiih with ctwrrin. Makn 4 ftt-innt. Ptoch And Red Plum Jam Ik pound* (· (MM hi ml SM Us Abort Our Eaiy Paymtnt Flan en (U-Modfliit* Your HMM, luiWiii N*w GOKM, Chicktn H»UM ·r Milk ··mi, «tc. CHAM LMhtf (i. 17. WM Hfk, Ark Golden Ripe BANANAS ORANGES LEMONS Thompson Seedless or Cardinal GRAPES lb.37c A plate of frosty cold grapes on the table is always welcome South American Fruit Ib. 15c Doz. 15c Doz. 49c . Make up a pitcher full of orange and lemon juice to beat the heat Bing Cherries BeB a± Ib. 29c tO*THi n MEATS I

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