Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 21, 1952 · Page 10
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 21, 1952
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IfeteransNow lailable /Education And ,'Tro'jning Helps ^trf U. S. Provisions hWashington-* /f) - Eligible,vet is can. be paid government I/its for education and train(fertile Korean. GI Bill, yesterdn;'.. elevens AJ'.ilhistratlon l i week igj that ao.ill- lot ' ucn benefits were Its 67 regional offices ould be completed without f g until this wrek. However Y specifies that the VA can- y -allowances for training or lion for «iji period that be* tfert AuguW-10,- 1 VA figures there have been -·1,900,000 veterans o( mill- iry service sine* June 27, 1950. Any veteran with M Jlays active service since that date, who wai discharged under conditions other than dishonorable, to eligible for the education and training benefit*. The beneflti rang* from $110 a month for veterans In full time educational coUrMa and 170 for on-the-Job trainees to as much as $1110 a month for veterans with more than one dependent who are taking full - time educational nurses. Choice Recipes i OtCttJt MOWNITONS Skilfcf B«ef Ingredient*: i UMMpoont fat, cup (1 ntydlum-flte) thin itrlpf onion, 2/3 to K cup (1 madlum alie) thin stripei frten pepper, pound lean ground beef, one ounce can (1-cup) tomato tauce, teaspoon salt, dash of pepper, ttupoon Worcestershire aauce, 1 t"js|X)ons cider vinegar, gratec ;-M*lt fat. in large deep · onion, and greei in It. Add beef and break fork until it loses Its red 'Add tomato sauce, salt, pep- Worctittrshire tauce, am vinegar; stir well and cook low heat until very hot la Individual portions with cheese. Maket 4 to 6 terv- milk powder, flour, atlt and nut mtt over water. B«*t with rotary blunder uqUl Jiart Wended. Cook over gently boiling water, stirrlni contUntly, until sllihty thlckennf. Add chttt* and stir until It melts. Remove from hot. Beat egg yolks until thick and pale-colored; ttlr a little at the hot mixture into the j-olks. Return to remainder of hot cheese mixture; stir until blended. With clean beater, beat eg* whiles until stiff. Fold Into cheese mixture. Pour over corn In baking di:h. Bake In slow (300 F.) oven until puffed and golden- brown, about I'/4 hours. Makes 0 servings. Heavenly Parfait Dessert! Ingredients: 1 cup cooked prunes Ingredients: 1 cup c o o k e c prunes, 1 cup apricot nectar, ! package lemon-flavored gelatin, 1 pint vanilla let cream, sllverec roasted unblancntd almonds (If desired). Method: Cut prunes from pits into tmall piece*; drain well. Heat nectar to boiling and dissolve 'gelatin In U. Add Ice cream by big spoonfuls, stirring with a spoon or whisk until it melts. Chill In refrigerator until very thick and almoat set. Swirl in prunes. Pour nto tall parfait glasses. Top with circlet of almonds (if used). Chill until firm, about 30 minutes. Makei « tervlngs. Chili Avocado Spread Ingredients; 1 avocado, 1 tablespoon minced canned green chill pepper, 1 tablespoon minced sour ilckle, H cup finely diced celery, i teaspoon garlic salt, A teaspoon salt, 1 teaspoon lemon Juice, '.i teaspoon paprika. Method: Cut avocado into halves engthwlae and remove teed and ·kin. Fore* through fine sieve. illx with remaining Ingredients. Jae at t spread for potato chlpt. Makes about 1 1/1 cups. Youne i uang Jonn , towni Pa ., nome ,,, t n , lht without even a final wave from blue-eyed Breda O'Sulllvan, his Irish pen-pal who found his name and auuTMi in a bottle. Dingle, Ireland - m - Frank I Breda, In fact, harvested oats on » H a ) Leaves Ireland Without Pen-Pal her mother 1 ! farm while Frank climbed aboard the bus for Tralee. No one else came to ice him off either, not even the Dingle folk who hoped that a romance would cap the couple'i six yean of letter writing. Frank flew to i re i and weeks ago to meet the younl lecn he had knowi , on!y through letters that ttarteq lhe da $he found the bottle V ith hi, name and address on thi Dinf!le ihore Frank had thrown l he MUe mtr . disappointed man, indeed" as h« rode away last night in the rear of the bus. board from the troopship on which he was returning from World War II army service in Europe. A week after his arrival, both flatly denied there was any ro- Many animals CTlst In different mance. But one of the local folk | stages in sexual and non-sexual said that Frank "looked a very forms. _e-Glozed led Apples tediemJ: H cup aeedleu Watte,'5 medium-size baking «p- plea, 4 cup sugar, ft cup water, 1 tajyuon grated orange rind, 14 cupfftange Jiilw', dash of salt, 1 ^ebl*soocm butter or margarln» Wfcthod: Rinse : -ralsltai and draifi. Waih applet and part upper ahlrd of each. Remove cores. PliA applet In baking-pan and fill i ore cavltlei with raisins. Mix tern; ining Ingredients and heat to brili ig; pour over applet. Bake in mod irate f75 · F.) oven about 1 houl or until applet an tender. Basv applet often with lyrup In pan.^AVhen tender* remove apples to serving dishes; boll tynip until thickened and spoon over apples., Maket S lervings. Cor 3! Sauce In redients: l cup mayonnaise or mi yohnaise-type salnd dressing, 1/3 ;jp chill sauce, 2 tablespoons vln«||ir, H teaspoon salt, tt tea- spool sugar, freshly-irround pepper tto taste), H teaspoon onion ·alt. : . . , . Method: Stir all ingredients tp- gethd · and serve with chilled boiled sh aboul Imps on Ralad greens. Makes 1V4 cups sauce. Gol en Corn Puff IB| -ediehU: cups whole- kernj corn (canned or cut from eobt fcf cooked fresh corn). 1H cups ; n'ater, t tablespoons nonfat dry I Hlk. 4 tablespoons flour, 1 teasp on salt, dash of nutmeg. '. pounl shredded Swiss process cheese,'! ein (separated). Metlfod: Plan corn in bottom of "ihtlTJ greased « x 12 x 2-inch bakingldlsh. Tour water in top of 3oublejx(ler; sprinkle nonfat dry Kilb CUM, tajwes Two Art fed Winston-Salem, N. C. -(/P)- A young woman doctor stabbed her three-year-old daughter to death, wounded her two other children, and then sought lo end her own life with poison early today. Detective Lt. J, 11. Bowles said Dr. Norms Holt, 27, pediatrician, stabbed her young daughter, Vickie, through the heart with a needle-sharp pair of scissors, killing her Instantly. She then turned on Ann, four, and jabbed the scissors into the child's breast. Next, said Bowles, lhe y o u n g mother Inflicted a serious stomach wound upon her 11-month-old son, Larry. Bowles said th% mother, the wife of Dr.. L. B«vei ly Holt; 33, an eye specialist, had recently been under :he care of a psychiatrist. AtorNsitg Success, (iftolics Up Lot Angelet-(P)-The advertis- :ng rprogram of the Knights of Columbus hat been so successful he national convention has voted o increase next year's appropria- lon from $500,000 to $790,000. Supreme Advocate Luke E. Hart old the delegates yesterday that. nore than a million Inquiries have bien received as a result of the ids and that 94,723 have been enrolled for Catholic Instruction by mail. In 1951 over 83 million watermelons were raised and consum- d In the United States. BUHJNN6 AND While Asbwl« Mint N*. 1 A Com?!*!* Job $11.11 P.r S Cabinet »4 MUlwnk. LOT KINZM $$l Wall It Phoni 1011 OW? Get Pep, Vim Witt Inw, Calchm, Wturin B, . - rM.v»k.*(im-«u(,*i- hauitwt. Tbka O*tr*t. CnatoJn* tonic titled iiwdtd ifitr *-- by tmdM UcUn* Iron; itlui C»t- cium, \ t t t m t n n t . TlwuMint* DOW t*rl peppy, r*Ht rountn-, C«t Oiirct Toiila TiblfU TOl)AV. Triol UH roetilltiM. *)f HAVi: M«S-|;Y-- f « n«u- Ur SI Id .!;.· only nf. ;-or .,rll ttcja MV I nil lit U nt vrr i*opul«r. m«Mr-MViit| "Ht*i**y n it* At til dtui «tort*'ln Pcyctttvillc. Fayelttvlllt «nd ftcd Crou Drufj Store No. 1 SOUTH SIDE SQUARE "Air Conditioned for Shopping Comfort" NABISCO VANILLA WAFERS Box 22c CONSUMER'S SUPER WE GUARANTEE YOU LOWEST FOOD PRICES IN TOWN Ask About Our Credit And Delivery System ALL PRICES GOOD AT PUBLIX IGA MARKET _ SPRINGDALE FRUITS and VEGETABLES ~ " FRESH GREEN CABBAGE 2 Ik 15c CALIFORNIA ORANGES 4 dozen 93c CALIFORNIA SUNKIST LEMONS Doz. 39c THOMPSON SEEDLESS GRAPES Ib. 19c F R E E 2-Lb. Bog Gold Medal Flour with Purchase of ARMOUR'S SHORTENING 3-lb. Ctn. 59c Store No. 2 300 W. DICKSON Plenty Parking Open Until 9 P.M. NORTHERN TISSUE 3rolls25c Peaches Apricots Sardines Treet Ook Hill Halves in Heavy Syrup 4 ^ Forgo Brand Light Syrup Large 2 can $100 29" P«ked Flat in 5il Can Armour's 12-ox. M«ar Can ARMOUR'S VIENNA Sausage CAN 6 39 19 IGA OR CRYSTAL -- NEW PACK CHERRIES No. 2 Can WASHING POWDER ARMOUR'S Pip Feet 'f 35c ARMOUR'S DIAL SOAP. 2 bars 37c POWDERED OR BROWN SUGAR, Ib. box lOc KERR JAR LIDS... pkg. lOc GERBER'S Baby Food, Trend ARMOUR'S |J A 1 A CHOPPED II A fVl Puddings Salmon Loro « OO Boxet V7 ROYAL BRAND Northern Gem or Seamack Large Can Pkgt. Tall Can 49' 19* 39* GIANT TIDE Box 69c GIANT OXYDOL . . . . Box 69c P.G. JOY Btl. 29c Potted Meat Catsup Armour's Cans 27* Brooks Lorge Tobaseo Bott(e IGA Deli jxe COFFEE Drip, Regular or r\ u | vtr j led Vacuum Packed '' L ^ Can CONSUMER'S "EXTRA SAVINGS" COUPON CONSUMER'S EXTRA SAVINGS" COUPON PABSTETT PASTEURIZED ADMIRATION WITH THIS COUPON WITH THIS COUPON · NCNrCS · PISHINC · OUTINGS "EXTRA SAV| NGS » COUPON 0000 QUALITY BROOM ONLY WITH TH,s COUPON FRESH MEATY NECK BONES Ib. 15c MORREL'S SLICED BACON lb.45c SWANSON'S CHICKEN BACKS Mb. box 35c SHORT SHANK PICNIC HAMS lb.43c CUDAHY GEM BACON SQUARES ib. 29c Gold Medal FLOUR 5-pound Bag 49c 25 pound Bog $1.79 TRELLIS PEAS GREEN Gl PEAS GREEN GIANT 303 Can 8-oz. Can 10C lOc IGA Dietetic Foods "WATER PACKED" PEACHES APRICOTS PEARS ?37 FRUIT COCKTAIL CONSUMER'S "EXTRA SAVINGS" COUPON GOL DMEDAL FLOUR 10 , L :, 79c WITH THIS COUPON

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