The Seminole Sentinel (Seminole, Tex.), Vol. 46, No. 35, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 30, 1953 Page: 3 of 28
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Grapefruit Gives You A Great Lift
Texas farmers and ranchmen,
surveying their parched, brown
. ./rarth and gaunt cattle, can very
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their future prospects. The
situation Is bad — but not hope-
Cattle owners must carefully
consider their long-range plans.
If you rush stock to market
which could be held, you may be
cutting your Income unnecessari-
A larger part of our cattle
back-log has been wiped out
through gulck marketing than
many persons realize. Over 3 Mi
million more cattle and calves
were slaughtered during the first
six months of 1953 than at the
same time last year. In many
cases, even the foundation herds
of cattlemen have been cut dras
tlcally or eliminated entirely.
There Is always the danger of
going too far. Although the ex<
tremely favored prices of the
last few years may not return
soon, measures are being put
into effect which should add
some strength to the market and
encourage conservation of our
Some relief is on the way In
the form of drouth hay pur
chases, reduced railroad fares
for transportation of necessary
It takes just a few minutes to
make this handy grit, or oyster shell
self feeder for poultry. All you need
is a nail keg and a tin can. Saw
three inches off the bottom end of
one stave of the keg for the outlet.
Then, use a one-pound coffee can for
the feed trough. Cut this down the
seam—then back alonp the bottom
three Inches. Then bfnd the sides
out to form "wings." Finally, shape
the scoop-like bottom of the can so
It fits into the keg opening, tack the
"wings" to the keg, and you have a
fadder, and loans. Cottonseed
pellets and meal is expected to
sell to needy stock farmers at
emergency prices of $35 a ton,
corn at $1 a bushel, wheat at
$1.10 and oats at 50 cents.
In addition, all efforts are
towards quick and effective sale
of beef through consumer ad'
vertising campaigns, government
purchases and foreign exports,
it seems likely that supplies of
beef will continue high the next
few years but that there will
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OPPOSITE N. E. CORNER SQUARE
ATLAS TIRES, TUBES
WASHING & LUBRICATION
Florida la a nlco place to go when It starts L _
can't go south, you can enjoy Florida's big juicy grapefruit now being
shipped to almost every section of the country.
Here are four ways to serve vitamin C-ricn grapefruit halves—all of
them i ' ~
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membrane. Do not cut; around entire outer edge of fruit. Here's how to
do the four variations shown:
Broiled Grapefruit: Sprinkle grapefruit half with 1 tablespoon sugar
and a dash of cinnamon, mace or nutmeg, if desired; dot with 1 teaspoon
butter. Place grapefruit on broiler rack 3 Indies from heat. Broil slowly
15 to 20 minutes or until grapefruit is slightly brown and heated through.
Grapefruit may also be unked in a moderately hot oven (400°F.) 15 to
20 minutes. Servo hot.
Grapefruit With Grape Garnish: SHco seedless grapes in half. Arrange
7 or 8 halves in center of grapefruit to represent bunch of grapes as
Grapefruit With Cranberry Garnish! Cut Blice of cranberry jelly with
small star shaped cookie cutter. Place cranberry star In center of
Grapefruit Salad Bowl: Follow directions for preparing grapefruit
halves. Remove sections from half) reserve. Cut out membrane remain-
ing In shell to make "Salad Bowl." Combine grapefruit sections with
diccd celery and chicken, shrimp or tuna. Moisten with mayonnaise.
Heflll shells with salad and garnish with watercress.
stting cool, but even if you
likely be very little increase In
herd sizes. The long range effect
is expected to help stabilize the
The Blocker's chief problem
will be indetermintng what part
of his herd to seel and what to
keep for continued production.
Growers in the hard-hit areas
should try to hold on to as many
cattle as it is economically feasi-
ble to feed. Those with good pas-
tures, principally in East Texas,
may find this a good time to
buy a few more head, depending
on the size and condition of their
Farm and ranch people have
demonstrated their mettle In
only for the type of aid and re-
lief which could eventually pay
back. With this kind of determi-
nation behind it, our cattle mar-
ket will regain Its solid footing.
No J in sales: more Tcxanj use Esso Extra than any
other premium gasoline; every day 65,000 Tcxans
fill up with Esso Extra.
No.1 in anti-knock performance:
Esso Extra has an extra high octane rating.
No J in power: you'll notice the extra power in
Esso Extra at every traffic light, on every mile
of highway driving.
No. 1 for quick starting: summer, winter, any
season of the year, your motor starts extra quick
when you use Esso Extra.
No. 1 for economy: users says Esso Extra gives
them extra gasoline mileage.
. . . and Esso Extra contains a patented solvent
oil that dissolves the gummy substances which
collect soot and carbon under valves; ic keeps
your engine extra clean.
An outstanding gasoline
at regular price
HUMBLE MOTOR FUEL
Just as Humble Esso Extra is the quality
leader among premium gasolines, con-
tinuously improved Humble Motor Fuel
is an outstanding gasoline at regular
price ... Whichever you use — premium
grade or regular — fill up under the
Humble sign in your niigliiiwhood. Tkt
Humble trade mark ii your guarantee of
£n/oy your cart
Let your neighbor under the Humble sign fill your tank
with Esso Extra and discover for yourself that Esso Extra
is the No. 1 gasoline in Texas — first in sales among pre-
mium gasolines because it's first in quality.
I was born an American; I
live an American; I shall dlo
an American; and I Intend to
perform the duties Incumbent
upon me in that character to the
end of my career I mean to do
this with absolute disregard of
personal consequences. What are
the personal consequences?
What Is the indivdual man, with
all the good or evil that may
betide him, In comparison with
the good or evil which may be-
fall a great country, and In the
midst of great transactions
which concern that country fate?
Let the consequences be what
they will, I am careless. No mail
can suffer too much, and no
man can fall too soon, If he
suffer, or if he fAll, in the de-
fense of the liberties and con-
stitution of his country,
Task Force 77 launched its
first attacks against the Com-
munists July 3, 1950, from the
attack cruiser USS Valley Forge
marking the first time that car
rier-based jot aircraft were used
Q I'm a World War II veteran
back on active duty and my
National Service Life Insurance
policy Is under waiver, Will I
get my Insurance dividends all
A — No. National Service Life
Insurance policies do not imrti-
clpute In dividends during the
|x>riod when i such premium
waiver Is In effect,
Q -Will my service at the U. S.
Military Academy at West Point
count on my entitlement for Ko-
rean GI Bill training?
A — No. The time you spent
us a cadet at West I'olnt does
not count toward your entitle-
ment for training under the
Korean GI Bill. The same rule
applies to those who attended
the II. S. Navy Academy In
Annapolis and the U. S. Coast
Guard Academy In New Ix>n
Q—I am a disabled World War
II veteran, and I've just finished
Public Law 16 training. Will VA
now find me a job?
A — The law does not give VA
rcs|K>nstbility for finding cm
ployment for disabled veterans.
However, If you wish VA will
refer you to an appropriate
State of Federal employment
agency for this purpose.
Q — What happens if a Korean
veteran doesn't apply for GI
term insurance within 120 days
after his separation from ser-
vice. Is there any chance of his
getting it after that time?
A — No. Under the law you
must apply and pay your first
premium within 120 days after
I THK SEMINOLE SENTINEL
THURSDAY, ULY 30, 1953
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RECIPK OF THE WEEK
Mi Cup grape, orange or tan-
2 Tablespoons lemon juice
1 Cup Mashed ripe bananas
VSi Cup chopped nuts
Combine marshmallows and 2
tablespoons of fruit juice. Heat
slowly until marshmallows melt.
Mix until smooth and fluffy.
Mash bananas and beat until
fluffy. Fold remaining fruit Into
marshmallow mixture. Add nuts.
Place in freezing tray in refri-
gerator until firm. Serves 4 to 6.
Let's Eat This One For Today
Honey Dew Melon Slices
Coddled Eggs, Bacon
Broiled Meat Patties, Barbecue
Mashed Potatoes, Peas and
yon leave the service. If you
wait longer than that, your
chances of getting the insur
anee are gone for good.
Cucumber and Celery Salad
Bread, Butter or Margarine
Frozen Delight*, Refrigerator
Milk, Iced Tea
Potato Salad, Escalloped Egg
Assorted Fresh Fruit
1. Plan to use the broiler during
3hot days. It is a cool and con-
venient way to prepare foods.
2. Keep a roll of refrigerator
cookies on hand. Bake only the
number needed for one day. This
makes possible freshly baked
cookies on a moment's notice.
d BSPIBDBBll market!
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Harsh Drugs for
Avoid Intestinal Upset! Get Relief This
Gentle Vegetable Laxative Way!
For constipation, »«ivr take harsh drugs.
They cause brutal cramps and griping,
disrupt normal bowel action, make re-
peated doses seem needed.
Get sun but gentle relief when you
irte temporarily constipated. Take Dr.
Caldwell's Senna Laxative contained in
Syrup Pepsin. No salts, no harsh drugs.
Dr. Caldwell's contains an extract of
Senna, one of the finest natural vegetable
laxatives known to medicine.
Dr, Caldwell's Senna Laxative tastes
good, gives gentle, comfortable, satis-
fying relief for every member of the
family. Helps you get "on schedule"
without repeated doses, Even relieves
stomach sourness that constipation
Buy Dr. Caldwell's 300 size today.
Money back if not satisfied. Mail bottle
to Box 280. New York la. N. Y.
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Malone, Sam, Jr. The Seminole Sentinel (Seminole, Tex.), Vol. 46, No. 35, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 30, 1953, newspaper, July 30, 1953; Seminole, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth411101/m1/3/: accessed June 17, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Gaines County Library.