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IM HOWEVER, STILL RELY ON OXENi AS THE LOCOMOTIVE POWER # FOR THEIR TWO-WHEELED VEHICLES. 'I SOME NATIVES HAVE "W MASTERED THE ART/ \r OF DRIVING A JEEP ' AND SOME USE AAOD-') ERN AMERICAN TRAC- „ TORS FOR FARMING...^ fy UNTIL A SHORT TIME AGO THE ' SIGHT OF AIRPIANE5 OCCASIONEDz~wr\_ GREAT AVNE FROM NATIVES.' L) " ® ^JT1^3 ON WORKDAYS THE ISLANDERS f*&*^*~^ DRESS IN A COMBINA TION OF SALVAGED GARMENTS. MOST OF THEM STILL LIVE M BAMBOO AND COCO- * ,4, NUT WOOD HUTS ' WITH THATCHED ^ “ fiOOFS.. THI RISIOENTS A»D TBEM-ASERS cut A mean ru&. however Twev PREFER TRADITIONAL NATIVE DANCES AND ARE THANKFUL FOR BE1N& ALLOWED TO LIVE ut«c«_ THEIR OWN LIVES JUST AS THEYALWAVS HAVE. IFs Pickling Time — Recipes For Corn Relish And Bread and Butter Pickles This is the time to get out the pickling kettle and give it the place of honor in the kitchen. Whether it’s corn relish or spiced cantaloupe, watermelon rind or f^tuffed cucumbers, Susan Adams > has the recipe for it in McCall’s for July: CORN RELISH 6 ears corn 1/2 lb. cucumbers 1/2 lb. white onions 1 1/2 lb. tomatoes 2 green peppers 2 sweet red peppers 3 small hot red peppers 1 small bunch celery 1 teaspoon turmeric 1 qt. vinegar 2 1/2 tablespoons salt 2 cups sugar 5 tablespoons whole light must ard seed. Use a knife, not a food chopper, to cut all vegetables. Cut corn from cob, without scraping. Peel cucumbers, onions and tomatoes; dice coarsely. Remove seeds and fiber from green and red peppers; 4 cut fine. Use inside stalks of cel * ery; cut in small pieces. Blend turmeric with small amount vine gar; add to remaining vinegar with salt and sugar, stir until dis solved. In large kettle, combine corn, cucumbers, onions, tomatoes, peppers, celery, mustard seed; add vinegar mixture. Boil 1 far., stirring frequently. Pack into 3 bot sterilized pint jars, filling to top; fasten closures at once. ^ WATERMELON RIND PICKLES 2 lb. watermelon rind 1 tablespoon lime in 4 cups water 4 cups vinegar 5 cups sugar 1 tablespoon each whole allspice and cloves Stick cinnamon Pare rind; remove all red por tion. Cut in round chunks. Soak rind in limewater 3 hrs. Drain; cover with fresh water, cook 1 1/2 hr. or until tender. Let stand in this water overnight. Drain; drop pieces into sirup made from vine gar, 1 cup water, sugar and spices. Cook gently 2 hr. Pack into ster ilized jars; seal. SPICED CANTALOUPE The cantaloupe must be under ripe. t 1 underripe cantaloupe 4 cups sugar 1 cup cider vinegar 1 teaspoon whole cloves 3 sticks cinnamon bark 1 tablespoon each cinnamon, all spice and cloves 1 lemon. Cut cantaloupe in sections; re move rind. Soak 3 hr. in salt water, t using 4 tablespoons salt to 4 cups water. Drain; rinse quickly in cold water. Combine 2 cups water .sugar, vinegar, cloves and cinnamon bark. Place cinnamon, allspice and cloves in cheesecloth bag; add. Boil 10 min.; add well drained rind; boil 10 min. Let rind stand in sirup overnight. Drain sirup from cantaloupe; boll 10 min. Add cantaloupe; thinly slice lemon; add. Cook slowly 1 hr., or until clear. Pour into sterilized pint jars; seal immediately. BREAD AND BUTTER PICKLES My grandmother used to pile these paper thin slices on home made bread spread with sweet clover butter. Now I eat them just with bread. 12 cucumbers 4 onions 1/4 cup salt 2 cups vinegar 1 cup sugar 1 tablespoon e&eh mustard seed and celery seed. 1 tablespoon ginger 1 teaspoon turmeric Soak cucumbers in cold water overnight. Cut unpeeled cucumbers into very thin slices. Sliver onions lengthwise. Cover cucumbers and onions with salt. Let stand 'l hr. Rinse quickly with cold water. Drain. In large kettle, heat vine gar with sugar, mustard seed, cel ery seed, ginger and turmeric to boiling. Add cucumbers and on ions. Quickly return to boiling point; boil exactly 3 minutes. Im mediately pack into 6 sterilized pint jars; fasten closures at once. STUFFED CUCUMBERS These are special. A little trou ble, but they don’t take too much time each day, and well worth it. 6 large long cucumbers 1 cup salt 16 cups water 1/2 tablespoon alum 1 lemon 1/2 lb. seedless raisins 4 cups sugar 2 cups vinegar 1/2 tablespoon whole cloves 1 stick cinnamon Cut 2" from ends of cucurpbers. Scoop out seed portion, leaving cavity full length of cucumbers. Replace the ends; fasten with picks, Lay cucumbers flat in stone crock. Add salt to 8 cups water; bring to boiling point. Pour over cucumbers. Cover; let stand in cool place 12 days. Drain. Rinse cucumbers in cold water; return to crock. Add alum to remaining water; pour over cucumbers. Let stand 24 hr. Drain; cover with cold water; let stand 24 hr. Finely chop lemon; mix with raisins. Fill cucumbers; fasten ends with picks. Combine sugar, vinegar, cloves and cinnamon; bring to boiling point. Pour over cucumbers. Place weight on cucumbers to hold them under vinegar mixture. Let stand over night. For the next 9 mornings pour sirup off; reheat to boiling point and pour back over pickles. Cover crock. Will keep indefinitely in their sirup. Pfc. Ed Davis Home For Visit Pfc. Edward E. Davis whose father, L. A. Davis, lives at 934 Vance Street, Roanoke Rapids, is now home on furlough. While fighting with the Timberwolf Div ision he participated in the Bel gium, Holland and German cam paigns. MUMMIES MAY BE RELICS OF ANCIENT PEOPLE Ancient bodies entombed on a mountainside near the mighty Amazon river may be last relics of a race that flourished thousands of years ago. Read of this unusual discovery in the July 22nd issue of THE AMERICAN WEEKLY Nation’s Favorite Magazine with BALTIMORE SUNDAY AMERICAN Order from your local newsdealer If anybody makes you furious, sit down and write him a note. Get it out of your system. Then tear up the note. All we know about snooty and. hateful clerks is what we see is. the papers. We haven’t met any of that kind. Mora Comfort Wearing FALSE TEETH Here to * pleasant war to overcome loose plate discomfort. FA8TEBITH. aa h improved powder, sprinkled on upper and lower plates holds them firmer so that they feet more comfortable. Mo gummy, gooey, pasty taste or feeling; It's alkaline (non-acid). Doeo not sour. Checks "plate odor" (denture breath). Get FASTEETH today at any drug atom. 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