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    MEDFORD Af'A'TTi TRIBUOT, MEDFORD, OREGON. FRIDliT. MARCH 30. 1934.
PAGE ELEVEN
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ON BONUS NEXT S
STEPJSJEUEFj
Victory Over President Gives j
Heart to Veterans' Bloc j
Leaders for New Attempt;
Willi New iuneniiy nan
Picture Postcard
Inventor Passes
In German Home
PASSAU, Germany, March 30.
(AP) The mnn who made it poa
itble tor vacationist to send pic
ture podtcarda to friends back
home scribbled with such expres
sions as "wish you were here" and
"X marks my room" died today.
He was Alfons Adolph, a pho
tographer, who Invented view post
cards. With a special press he
printed the Ilrst card In 1879 and
it was followed by world popu
larity. Adolph was 80 years old.
The first cards are now In the
Ofrman postal muwum.
CULINARY
RAFT . . . .
Br Eltella Dorftn, Director. Home
Service, the California Ore
con Power Company
WA8HINOTON, March 80. (fl)
Representative Byrns, the Democratic
leader, told newspapermen today It
was "entirely possible" that President
Roosevelt would ask new 'taxes to
meet expenditures caused by passage
of the Independent otllces bill over
his veto.
It was estimated by the President
In his veto message that the expen
ditures authorized by the legislation
would exceed budget estimates by
$218,000,000.
"1 do not know the President's
plans," Byrns added, "but in view
of the position he expressed in his
veto message, It Is entirely possible
that he will ask congress to provldo
additional revenue."
It was pointed out, however, that
new taxes or increased rates might
be added to the tax bill already pass
ed by the house and now pending In
the senate.
"Worst Defeat" Scouted.
Byrns laughed at Republican state
ments that President Roosevelt has
suffered the "worst defeat in recent
years" on the Independent offices
Mil.
"Whj." he asserted, "only four
years ago last June, the house passed
290 to 14 a Spanish war veterans'
pension bill over President Hoover's
veto.
"President Hoover got only 14 votes;
president Roosevelt got 78."
Bonos Drive Looms.
Now that oongresa has gone con
trary to the President on disability
compensation, leaders or the veuerans
bloc hope to push to a senate decision
the house-approved bill to pay the
$a J0O.O00.0O0 soldiers' bonus with new
currency.
nie measure Is before the senate
finance committee. Chairman Harri
son, who has been busy getting out
the new tax bill, has given no Indi
cation when the committee might
take up the bonus proposal.
The 228,OO0,OOO voted by congress
r will be felt by the treasury most
hfiavlly In the next fiscal year and
the year after.
In the current fiscal year which
ends June 30. Mr. Roosevelt has esti
mated a deficit exceeding $7,000.
000,000. A slackening rate of. emerg
ency spending, however, indicates a
deficit below estimates. J
Spending Held Down.
The administration's effort has been
to hold routine government expen
ditures within ordinary receipts. For
"the fiscal year through March 27,
this had been accomplished.
Receipts were 2,294,874,000 and
general expenditures 1,088,882,000 as
compared with year-end estimates for
these respective figures of 8,250,
S3,000 and 2,530,720,000.
If the salary Increase and veterans'
payment boost would throw routine
expenditures above receipts, it ap
parently would be by a narrow mar
gin, but would operate to unbalance
the routine government budget.
The decline In emergency spending,
however, would more than offset the
difference. Estimated to exceed 7,
000,000,000 during this fiscal year,
emergency expenditures have reach
ed only 52,785,929,000 and Just a little
over three months remains In the
flscsl period.
Balanced Budget Needed.
In the 1936 fiscal year, when most
of the 228,O00.0OO will be spent, the
President estimated a deficit of
988,133,000. In the 1936 fiscal year,
he said, "we should plan to have a
definitely balanced budget."
Treasury officials explained emerg
ency spending Is being directed on a
two-year basis and that any unex
pended portion of the 7,000,000,000
estimates for the current fiscal year
would be used In the new fiscal year.
Regardless of how far actual out
lays fall below estimates this year,
this policy still would drive to the
public debt from today's figure of
28.138.137.000 to $31,834,000,000 on
June 30, 1935.
Another element In the treasury
picture Is taxes. Budget estimates
took no account of additional reve
nue which might be obtained from
the Increase in liquor taxes which
became effective In January or the
Income tax tightening measure now
pending.
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WASHINGTON, March 30. ()
Approval of a national labor com
plaints committee for the lumber In
dustry, to settle workers' allegations
of violation of the industry's code,
was announced today by Hugh S.
Johnson, the NRA administrator.
Half the members will be nomina
ted by the code authority, and the
other half by President Roosevelt, on
recommenedatlon of the KRA labor
advisory board.
An administration member of the
code authority will serve on the com
mittee with no vote, but the power
to veto its actions pending review by
Johnson.
Seven regional committees of twD
to six members will be established.
The national committee for the
present will have six members, though
It may later be enlarged to eignt.
Johnson has authorized the nation
al lumber manufacturer's association,
industry code authority, to settle la
bor complaints and trade practice
disputes.
EASTEB MENU
Blossom time. In all its glory U
here this year, making Saster more
beautiful than ever. Surely, the
most casual of
persons must re-!
pond to the
wonder of this
particular season,
Easter of 1634.
Certainly, many
women are being
V'f&J Inspired to dress
their tables In
oorespond
lng pastel
shades of blend
ing colors to de
light the ejres of
guests even before they taste equally
pleasing food symphonies.
One of the most striking window!
pictures In the recent "Spring Open-t
lng" displays presented just such si
table. A soft pink satin a am as k
cloth was used and, with it, deli
cate white ehlna and clear crystal
glassware. Very light blue tapers.
three at each end, and a basket or
spring flowers for the center, seemed
to be made Just for that table, and
the whole was a vision of spring
loveliness. I'm sure it would be easy
to conform to a rigid diet if one
were seated at such a table now and
then.
EASTEft LUNCHEON
Ora.ns Soud
Btuffed Lamb Chops, New Potatoes,
Asparagus, Tomato, and
Frown Cheese Salad
Refrigerator Holla Sweet Butter
Easter Egg Meringues
Coffee t
Orantce Soup
Six Servings
8 oranges.
1 lemon.
3 cups water. -
teaspoon lemon rind.
1 cup sugar,
8 egg yolks.
1 tablespoon . nutter.
Strain the fruit juices, add the
grated rind and sugar. Beat the
yolks and add the melted butter
lowly. Pour the water and Juices
onto t,he beaten eggs and cook In a
double boiler until smooth. Chill and
serve in cups. Decorate with grated
orange rind, nutmeg or a dash of
whipped cream.
Tracker Stuffing for Lamb Chops
i cup milk.
1 tablespoon butter.
4 pound crackers.
Salt to taste.
1 teaspoon minced onion,
a tablespoons rolnced celery.
It teaspoon pepper.
1 teaspoon sugar.
Heat the milk until butter is melt
ed, add crumbled crackers, celery,
onion and seasonings. Pill "pocket"
in chops but do not crowd the stuff
ing or It will be heavy. Brown on
both sides then add cup of water
and bake until done about 30 min
utes at 350 degrees.
Tomato and Frown Cheese Salad
ft ounces cream cheese.
3 tablespoons mayonnaise.
firm, red tomatoes.
Paprika.
Cream the cheese and season with
the mayonnaise and paprika. Pack
one inch deep and two and a half
inches wide so as to fit in the open
ings cut In t,he tomatoes. Dip the
tomatoes in boiltng water, then Into
cold water and remove the skins.
Turn stem end down and cut three
times, once in the center and half
way down each side. Cut wedtje
shaped pieces of the frown cheese
and force into these cuts, shaping
the edges to conform to the curve j
of the tomatoes. Chlil thoroughly!
and serve on crisp lettuce leaf with
French dressing.
Refrigerator Rolls
I cake compressed yeast.
y cup lukewarm water.
1 quart milk, scalded and then
cooled o lwtewarm.
1 cup mashed potatoes.
1 cup sugar.
1 cup shortening.
314 quarts flour.
3 teaspoons baking powder.
1 teaspoon soda.
14 teaspoon salt.
Dissolve yeast in water, add milk,
potatoes, sugar and shortening. Sift
one quart of the flour with baking
powder, soda and salt and add to the
first mixture. Cover and let rise in
warm place (not hot) until bubbles
form about one hour. Add remain
ing flour until stiff dough Is formed
then knead until smooth. Place in
greased bowl and cover with wsxed
paper to use when desired. (This
will keep four days so may be pre
pared ahead at your convenience).
Easter Egg Meringues
6 egg w.hltes.
3 cups granulated sugar.
1 teaspoon vanilla.
1 teaspoon vinegar.
Beat the whites to a stiff, dry
froth, add the sugar a little at a
time and beat; add the vanilla and
vinegar carefully.
Shape on waxed paper In half-egg
forms and bake at 250 degrees until
thoroughly done but not too brown
about 60 minutes. To serve, place
two together and fill with ice cream.
Brown cocoanut may be used for the
"nest."
Plain Ice Cream
(Custard)
3 cups milk.
3 tablespoons cornstaroh.
3-3 cup sugar.
8 egg yolks.
3 teaspoons vanilla.
1 cup heavy whipping cream.
Scald milk In double boiler. Com
bine sugar and cornstarch and add to
hot milk, stirring until smooth. Beat
egg yolks slightly and add a little
of the hot custard until well blend
ed, then pour ltno the whole custard
and stir well, cooking until it thick
ens. Cool slightly and add vanilla.
Pour Into freezing trays and chill
until quite thick. (About one hour).
Remove and fold in the whipped
cream. Return and complete freez
ing quickly.
Lemon Wafer
3-3 cup shortening.
1 cup sugar .
3 cups flour.
3 eggs.
1-3 sup milk.
S teaspoons baking powder.
ij teaspoon salt.
Grated rind of 1 lemon.
Cream shortening with sugar,
beaten eggs and grated rind.
flour with baking powder and salt
then add alternately with milk. Chill
thoroughly. Roll thin and cut in
desired shapes. Place one-half a
randled cherry In center of each wa
fer and bake at 350 degrees until a
delicate brown.
add
Sift
Members of the fermlngton, Utah,
bridge club declare they are unable
to remember a single tiff between
players during lta 18-year existence.
Meetings are held twice a week.
L PIT
KEEN INTEREST IN PLAN
FOR DIAMOND JUBILEE
CENTRAL POINT. March 30 (Sp! )
Enthusiasm is growing for active par
ticipation In Oregon's Diamond Jubi
lee celebration in Med ford next June.
Ottlwms of this community are an
ticipating one of the most successful,
celebrations ever held In the Pacific,
Northwest and are making plana to
cooperate In as many ways as pos
slble. i
Interest Is especially Increasing In
the big parade scheduled for Friday
of Jubilee week, when different cities
and communities of the state will be
represented by floats. Central Point,
itself, being one of the pioneer set
tlements of Oregon, will undoubtedly
plaos an entry In the parade to re
flect the part It played In the early
settlement of southern Oregon.
A number of ptoneem have m.vdo
their homes here for many yesrs and
have watched the developme.it of
southern Oregon from the day of
Indian campflrcs Into one of the
leading sections of the west. Local
meetings are to be called soon to
discuss further cooperative plans.
PINEHUR3T, S. C, March 30.
Henry Plcard, youthful Charleston, S.
C., professional, Thursday won the 32d
annual north and south open golf
championship with a 73 -hole total of
338.
4
Mors than 501.000 fish were planted
In streams in northern California by
members of the Mt. Ralston fish
planting club.
RUNDOWN, NERVOUS
PortUnd, Ore., 'I had a
cough juid was all run
down In hralth, had no ip
pttit and was nervous And
nWpltsj, I wan miciaJ!e
for two month." said Ken
Denwinii of 33 Mason St.
"I look Dr. Pierre's (.oWeo
Medical Discovery and felt
like s different man."
Sold by all dnieeists.
Write Dr. Pierce's Clinic, Buffalo. K. Y
for free medical advice.
New taStfts rts., Hnoirl $1.00. Largs
lire. tabs, or liquid. $1.35. " Do Our Part.
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YEARS THEN CEREAL
BROUGHT RELIEF
Kellogg's All-Bran Corrected
His Constipation
If you are troubled by common
constipation, read this letter:
"Just a word in appreciation of
what your Aix-Bban lias done for
my health. For years, I had been
dopine myself with pills and other
dopes for constipation.
"I decided to try Kellogg's All
Bran. Now I am in (rood health,
and haven't taken a drop of medi
cine for six months.' Thos. F.
Little, Bfi4 E. Wheeling St, Lan
caster, Ohio.
Headaches, loss of appetite and
energy, sleeplessness any one of
these may be caused by common
constipation. Yet this condition can
be corrected, usually, by eating a
delicious cereal.
Tests show Kelloee's All-Bran
provides "bulk" and vitamin B to
nelp promote rcsrularity. AU-Bran
also furnishes iron for the blood.
The "bulk" in All-Bran is much
like that in leafy vegetables. How
much safer than patent medicines!
Two tablespoonfuls of All-Bran
daily are usually sufficient. Chronic
cases, with each meal.
If seriously ill, see your doctor.
All-Bran makes no claim to be a
"cure-all."
Serve as a cereal or use in cook.
Inp. At all irrocers in the red-and-Ereen
package. Get AI-L-Bran, ard
not . nart-hran product. Made by
Kellogg in Ba'.Ua Creek.
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It's perfectly disgusting to be envious of
. those disgustingly perfect things only
scads of money can buy. But here's one
solace. EveryonA can have the very best
of coffee. Did you know that? Hills Bros.
Coffee is made of the very finest green
coffees obtainable, roasted to perfection
, by an exclusive process. Yet here's the
welcome news about this notable coffee.
Its rich flavor is so much more abundant,
, actually, the cost per cup is i t more (in
many cases, even less) than "bargain coun
ter" coffees. The taste is so much better;
and the economy is better, too, with Hills
Bros. Coffee. Order some today.
MAIN and HOLLY
FREE DELIVERY
ON QUANTITY ORDERS
SPECIALS for
SATURDAYand MONDAY
HAMS
!,
Cr'i' w Htih i.
Watch our prioo
Swift's Premium
AU excess fat removed
iSftS TjTlJ ! Ml- Imt VoiM to "WRjpij
You wiH want to secure them at SAFEWAY . . . because ,JSS5J
l-r we are specialising in them both this week. Mild Eastern
2Jfi Sugar Cured Hams oherry red flesh . . . and egg I SJjf&f
Llf large and snow-white, Just right for coloring. tkikiiJ
, EGGS . . d.15c 1
" I FRB8H EXTRAS IK CARTONS 11
All white for coloring. 1 1
Fresh Mediums . doz. 11c El
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SPECIALS FOR YOUR EASTER DINNER
Fruits for Salad
Newhalls.
2 cans
25c
Peas
Del Monte Early 1
Crarden,. No. 2 oan I 5JU
Cherries
Marasco, Maraschino Q
style. 8 os. bottle OU
Walnuts
Local. Soft shell
Lb.
17 c
Olives
Highland. 4Qf
Med. No. 10 can r0
Butter
Safeway Fresh
Creamery.
Lb.
24c
j iMiffc,
EASTER SPECIALS
A large assortment of
Rabbits Fryers Hens
Fresh Dressed I BOILING BEEF
HENS L
Each 55c
FRESH CRABS mm HAM
2 for 35c 2 slices 15c
r ijiuihju ,
New Potatoes
The rlRht Mm for ctraming. Q
New Peas
Full Podl. riMh.
2
Potatoes ,-n
50tbs. U V"
Asparagus c
lol, Cut Fi-Mh Kr'ty Mornln. 1 ?1 C
2 US. I W
25
13
Coffee . . . 3 lbs. 57c
Airway, Freshly Roasted.
Lb. 20
Tl Dressing . . quart 29c
i, I Best Foods Home Style. Something new I
In a new type Mason jar. 17 C
m
Candy
General Food
In cellophane,
6 and 8 os. pkg.
Each
10c
Syrup
Mftx-i-mum, a real
maple blend. Qt. jar
35c
Jell-Well
S Flavors to Choose J 1
from. Pkg. 4V2C
Sanka
Drink Sanka Coffee A A ft
and sleeps Lb. HHU
r.
soup
Van Camps
Assorted.
Can
7c
Bran Flakes
Posts, Nut Like
Flavor Pkg.
10c
Pan Crust
Pure Vegetable
Shortening. Q lb. can
73c
Oats
Quakci
Quick cook'g. 9 lb. bag
Quaker Good Luck.
Sialyl
Euttr brfnltfmt It mora Inferntlnr
CUBAN WOS
14 enp muu( 1 teupoon i
mnt etioppM onion
ers
Conk the ni(e mft with the
onion for five mlnutn, itlrrlns ocre
lonntijr. Beit the H until llht,
nI1 iMMinlng If neeited, end pour
Into the pen with the meet. Cook
lion I r, rtlrrlnx eonilintlr until f
are thick end criwmr. Sfrte with or
on buttered tonst. flmei 4 to S,
drpendlnf on appetite,
For aid In household problem,
menu planning, or ipeclal reel pea,
aend In jour requett with ilt
addreMed, itamped envelope to Julia
Ie Wright, director, Homemakera
Bureau, Safeway Stored. Inc., Box 600,
Oakland, California,
Chocolate
Y, lb. oake
Baker's Premium. Ol
Pretzels
N.B.O.'s Pre
Salty goodness, yi lb.
N.B.O.'s Pretzelettes. 4ft
Devileu Meat
Llbby's, for a quick tf
lunch. No. yiaui Ww
Sugar
Pure Cane,
13 lb
69c
Baking Powder
K. 0. World 1QA
famous,
25 os.
Ginger Ale
12 os. bottle
Pale Face. 101n
Soap
White King
Laundry.
0 bars
23c
XL
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