The Rule Review (Rule, Tex.), Vol. 60, No. 33, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 5, 1967 Page: 2 of 4
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THE RULE REVIEW,
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NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
APPLY FOR LOCAL LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIV-
EN that it is the intention of
the Commissioners Court of
Haskell County, Texas, to ap-
ply to the 60th Legislature of
Texas, at its Regular Session
at Austin, Texas, in January,
1967, to enact a law providing
for the creation, establishment,
maintenance and operation of
a hospital district, as autho-
rized by Section 9, Article IX,
of the constitution of Texas;
such district to embrace all of
Haskell County, except that
portion of said County now em-
braced within the Stamford
Notice is hereby given that a
meeting of the STOCKHOLD-
ERS of THE FARMERS NAT-
IONAL BANK of Rule, Texas
will be held in the office of
said Bank in the city of Rule
State of Texas, on the second
Tuesday of January A. D. 1967,
the same being the 10th day of
said month, said meeting to be
for purpose of electing a board
of Directors for said bank and
the transaction of such other
business that may properly
come before said meeting.
Morris Neal, Exec V. P.
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— Editor And Publisher
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Pamper Your Budget
Make a rib-sticking omelet
after the manner of the Chinese
dv using 2 cups of cooked rice
•vith 1 cup of grated cheese and
3 eggs. Seasonings include salt,
pepper, paprika and dry mus-
What about a thick soup lik <
bean chowder, cream of con-
soup or an oxtail and vegetafcl.
variety? Served with thick slice
of homebaked bread and butte,
and fruit, this gives an econom
Stuff vegetables with mea .
and rice mixtures, using leftovei
roast. Moisten with tomato soup,
sparked with herbs. Good vege •
tables for stuffing include; green
peppers, eggplant and tom aloe.-
Food budget stretching
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cornbrean batter and baker,
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frankfu: cut c'?gonally intc-
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La"a- . s hr: viy, too. Make
it with , round turkey giblets
to i rovid-' meaty flavor.
1 J i
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■ diced leftover
cream of mush-
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1 ■'?, c ■ rlcu milk
1, t spoon salt
1 1/2 :s crashed potato
2 tablespoons shredded
American cheese, if de-
Combine turkey, soup,
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cup potato chips in bottom of
1-quart casserole. Four over
these the turkey mixture.
Cover with remaining potato
chips. Top with cheese and a
dash of paprika. Bake in a
moderate (350 ° F.) oven 20
to 25 minutes.
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in the Kitchen
by W.W. Bauer, M.D.
Censuitant, National Dairy Council
FATS/ fATTY FOODS AND FATTIES
People are still being fooled
by the old chestnut, "Which is
heavier, a ton of feathers or a
ton of lead?” They are also be.
ing confused by loose and inaccu-
rate use of common terms like
. . . well, for example:
If someone mentions fattening
foods, you nod wisely and think
of fat meat, sugar, sweets,
starches, potatoes, bread, cooking
oils, chocolate and so on, but...
When somebody calls you
Tatty’, you rise in indignation,
| particularly when the description
is uncomfortably accurate . . k.
So, when people speak of fats
... do you really know what fats
are, and what their place is in
Four Food Groups
There are four basic food
groups, for convenience in every-
day diet planning. But in scien-
tific nutrition the necessary nu-
trients are listed as proteins,
carbohydrates, fats, minerals and
vitamins, and water. All are es-
sential in a good diet such as is
more or less instinctively enjoyed
by normal people, based on the
foodstuffs most readily avaFable
to them. So now let’s look at fats,
fatty foods, and fatties.
Fats are compounds of fatty
acids and glycerols (glycerine-
like compounds). They are the
richest source of calories in
small bulk, supplying nine to the
gram. Some fats, like the fish-
liver oils, are rich in essential
vitamins A and D, which dissolve
in fatty solvents. Milk is regu.
larly reinforced with vitamin D
to provide the 400 I. U. (Inter-
national Units) recommended by
the Food and Nutrition Board, for
infants and. children.
There are a few vegetables—
soybeans, olives, avocados, and
corn—which yield oil and cook-
ing fats or are eaten in their
natural or cooked state. Whether
they will put fat on YOU depends
simply on how much you eat of
each. It is foolish, unnecessary
and harmful to cut such foods out
of the diet, since some of them*
bear vitamins and others consist;
of compounds of fatty acids which i
are required for good nutrition.
No One Food “Fattening”
So much for so-called fatty;
fpods. The term ‘fattening’ is:
properly applied only to the diet;
as a whole, never to any one;
food. The fattening diet is one;
which supplies more calories than'
the person’s energy output can;
burn up, no matter what foods
contribute to the surplus. Foods!
which contain many calories in;
small bulk may need to be lim-i
ited more than those which sup-!
ply few calories in large bulk.:
The individual, too, influences the
tendency to gain or not to gain.
A rabbit might get fat on let-
tuce; a human being couldn’t eat
enough to do likewise. There are
differences among individuals of
the same species as well as
among different species. ,
And what about fatties? Well,
if you eat too much and don’t get;
off your seat and on your feet
enough, that’s liable to be YOU.
1. Well known
2. Adjust by
4. She raised
6. So. African
15. Dollar bill
14. One kind
21. Man from
24. Oak nut
36. Was in
43. City in
Pill Cracks And
Handles like putty. Hardens like wood.
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Richards, Alton M. The Rule Review (Rule, Tex.), Vol. 60, No. 33, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 5, 1967, newspaper, January 5, 1967; Rule, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth982431/m1/2/: accessed November 14, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Stamford Carnegie Library.