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iliD TO LOOM bine* May Topple Under Dissension Over Plan ned Money Reforms By RALPH E. HEINZEN jleJ P»rss Staff Correspondent Nov. !>. (l*P>—Threat j (-a; t crisis which may top "pi, r Kduard Delayer's -I'm!: «»n Saturday develop ed last night when several mini? ters objected to the new financial reform proposals of Finance Min ister Paul Reynaud. The broad lines of Reynaud' proposed decrees, including "balance sheet" of the nation' economic and financial ills, wer discussed by the new finance min ister and the premier in confer ence during the day. It was understood that Deia dier, seeking to stave off a gov ernmental crisis, had decided t» give Reyaud until Saturday t< , find a means of compromisinj with the opposition within tin cabinet. Deladier's power to "rule b3 decree" granted him by parlia ment, expire at midnight nexi Tuesday and the cazinet at it rr~ ,;-.ESAME mI:; t nw wen^ - . M£-tMATl t sN N V.AS GRtA^ I WOULDN'T THINK Of GO!*<j| ANY PLACE ELSE/ IT'S THE" FINEST MIAT MARKET IVE SEEN YET — NUT ONLY IS THE I "EAT BeTTER but so arc ,i THE VALUES /> She'j referring to \ HATCH'S MARKET SPECIALS FOR THE WEEK-END ;00D WESTERN BEEF SI EAKS %z 18 ib. JUMP or IMF ROAST Tb 15 MB PACKAGE CHITTERLINGS 20 FRESH FISH AND OYSTERS Hatch's Market Seventh Ave., at Depot — Phone 940 1! s ■M V' si s BY MRS. GAYNOR MADDOX >'£A Service SU2 Writer IT won't be long now! Thanks * giving dinner isn't very far jff. Let's begin to look a« gala recipes for the great American tribal feast. Enthusiasm remains the same but our idea of Thanksgiving menus has turned a little toward the lighter side. De.^rts need not be a hundredweight. So read these two modem specialties with lighter desserts in view. Sugarplum Moid (Serves 4 to 6) One package cherry-flavored gelatin, 1 pint hot water, glazed apricot?, prunes and pineapple. Dissolve gelatin in. hot water. Turn into mold. Chill until firm. Unmold. Garnish with glazed fruit. Serve with whipped cream. For giazed fruit, prepare thick sugar syrup of 1 cup sugar, 3-4 cup water, and 1 tablespoon light corn syrup; boil 2 minutes. Sim mer half-rings of canned pineap ple, then soaked, dried apricots and seeded prunes, in syrup 20 minutes or until glazed. Cool. Glaze only a few fruits at a time and do not allow syrup to boil hard. Steamed Thanksgiving Pudding (Serves 10) Two cups sifted cake flour, 2 teaspoons baking powder, 1-2 tea spoon soda, 1-4 teaspoon salt, 1-3 cup butter or other shortening, T-2 cup sugar, 1 egg, well beaten, 2 squares unsweetened chocolate, melted, 1 cup milk. Sift flour once, measure, add baking powder, soda, and salt, and sift together three tunes Tomorrow's Menu BREAKFAST: Grapefruit and orange juice, mixed hot cereal, dated muffins, coffee, milk. LUNCHEON: Cream of on ion soup, Melba toast, mixed vegetable salad, hot ginger bread, tea, milk. DINNER: Grape cup. fried chicken, cream gravy, mashed potatoes, spinach timbales, ro maine salad, sugarplumimold, coffee, milk. ■ ~ ■ Cream butter, add sugar gradu ally, and cream together thor oughly. Add egg and chocolate, beating until smooth. Add flour alternately with milk, a small amount at a time, beating well after each addition. Turn intc greased mold, filling two-third: full, cover tightly and steam S hours.. Serve hot with hard sau« or Autumn Sunshine Sauce. Gar nish with whipped cream, if de sired. Autumn Sunshine Sauce (1 1-3 cups) One-quarter cup brown sugar firmly packed, 1 egg yolk, un beaten, dash of salt, 1 egg white unbeaten, 1-4 cup cream, whip ped, 1-2 teaspoon vanilla. Sift sugar. Add 1-2 of sugai to egg yolk and beat until light Add salt to egg white and beal until foamy throughout. Add re maining sugar, 1 tablespoon at a time, beating after each addition until sugar-is blended; then beat until stiff. Combine egg yolk and egg white mixtures. Fold in whiDDed cream and vanilla. meeting: Saturday must come to some decision on a racovery pro gram. Either the ministers will ap prove the Kaynaud program or nis opponents will resign, a move which probably would provoke the resignation of the entire cabi net. Deladier, realizing that a cabi net crisis or overthrow at the present crucial stage of negotia tions on a general plant of Euro pean appeasm^nt would have ser ious consequences, struggled to find a basis of compromise. Throughout the remainder of the week Reynaud will meet indivi dually with the ministers, discuss ing the reforms us they affect each governmental department. The chief difficulty, it was learned, arose because of Key naud's intention to decree a change in the 40-hour work week law to provide for its expansion to 45 and 48 hours. Several ministers argued that such a step would precipitate fresh labor troubles. G.O.P;~MAKESllEAVY INROADS IN NORTH (Continued from page one) shop of popular reaction to the 1937-38 depression and continued unemployment, or as a swing away from the more advanced of DIXIE MILK 8 small or 4 tall cans 23l SCOCO or JEWEL SHORTENING 8-lb carton ROSE ROYAL FLOUR 24-lb bat; 5r MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE l-lb can 25' MEATS Western Roiled Rib I0AST 25c Western Beef Sirloin iTEAK 22c mall VELNERS 17'k resh Pork JVER 17'ic resh Native •ORK ROAST 22c pring AMB LEGS 25c «BHS-SIIIU,10" SILVER NIP wards' EVAfOSAIED Ml If smMratso OlIiHtOJK J k. 25' Br II MO With Pork and 1-Ib Cc (jJUiu Tomato Sauce can J PRODUCE Large Heads LETTUCE 2 for15c GRAPEFRU,T L 10c ORANGES 2 *.25c Tokay GRAPES 2 ib. 13c Head CAULIFLOWER 10c Italian CHESTNUTS 15c ^ldorf 2115' C' cake w 4 rolls 1? ^HTWATER farms dozen 35' ;0RNED OR I BEEF 2cans35' 10 bibg 48' Cranberry Sauce 2 17-oz. cans 25' Stokley Kidney Beans No. 2 can 10' SPAGHETTI OR 2 7-oz. D pkgs. w SOHY DUKE'S 2hts. 25 4?1 jar POTTED MEAT 3 en' 1(T QUAKER 0 llA lb ID L pkgs. °L\IE STORES WILL BE CLOSED ALL DAY FRIDAY, ARMISTICE DAY In U. S. to Show Her Drawings Planning a "one-man" show of her portrait drawings, Honor Earl, daughter of Lord Frederick \ Herbert Maughm, Lord High Chancellor of the British Em pire, is shown arrjvlrp in New York New Deal and rcor^anizational | policies. But there was no conclusive proof that President Roosevelt's j personal popularity had been jolt-! ed below the majority level, i Neither did the polling answer the j question: Will conditions ppr-! suade Mr. Koosevelt to run for a| third term? CALIFORNIA TURNS DOWN PENSION PUN •"SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 9.—J (UP)—California voters appar ently rejected the "ham and egg" Top Middleweight Although his opponent was s highly-rated favorite to win Solly Krieger, above, of New York, crossed up "wise" flghl fans, trimmed A1 Hostak of Seat tle, and won the middleweighl I championship crown at Seattle. Wash. Krieger won the decisior after forcing rough, tough fight ins in nearjv all the 15 rounds Palmolire 3 for |8c Small Super Suds (red box 3 for 27c L&rfe Super Suds (red box) — 2 for 40c Small Super Suds (blue box) 3 for 25c Large Super Suds (blue box) 2 for 43c (Gets clothes "Hospital Clean") Octagon Soap (giant) 6 for 25c Octagon Soap (small) 10 for 23c Octagon Powder (large) 6 for 25c Octagon Powder (small) 10 for 23c Octagon Toilet 4 for 19c Octagon Cleanser 2 for 9c Octagon Chips 2 for 18c Octagon Granulated 2 for 18c Crystal White Soap 3 for 14c Burckmyer Groc. I I Phone 468-J I Hitler Newspaper Says Roosevelt Is War Propagandist Hopes U. S. Statesmen to "Soften Remarks" Af ter Election RERUN. Nov. 9. (UP)—Chan cellor Adolf Hitler's Voelkischer Beobachter today attacked Presi dent Roosevelt as a propagandist for war. The newspaper also referred to Sumner Welles, undersecretary of state, as echoing "high-sounding phrases" which come from the White House. The Voelkischer Beobachter saw recent speeches by the presi dent and Welles, criticizing dic tatorships, as part of the Ameri can political campaign and hoped that now the elections are over American statesmen will soften their remarks. Citing Foreign Minister Joach im Von Ribbentrop's recent as sertions that governments of the doniecratic nations, instead of curbing war propaganda are pension plan which was designed to pay every unemployed person over 50 years old $30 every Thursday. The tabulation of 7124 of the 12,172 precincts gave: For pen sion plan, 328,703; against, 418, 552. I pourinp "oil into the flames," The Voelkischer lipobachter, central organ of the Nazi party, said: "Why not admit the most im port figure on this battlefield of evil spirits is President Uoose velt?" The newspaper believed that yesterday's American elections afforded Mr. Hoosevelt an excuse "again to expound his question able doctrine that the authoritian states are 'the cultivating force' of war while the nice democracies uf course are peacefully inclined. "We have repeatedly rejected these platitudes, which, inciden tally. omit the tact that the Unit ed States is to blame for the con ditions which arose from the Treaty of Versailles." INJURIES FATAL WEST PALM BEACH, Fla., Nov. y. (UP)—Clyde V. McLen don, 21, of Sasser, Ga., died at a hospital here yesterday of injuries he received in an automobile ac cident at C'lewiston Monday. SMAKT MONEY KNOWS WHERE TO ,/m GO AFTER \ READING THE APS IN THIS NEWSPAPER, J A V P A V 629 FIFTH AVE. W. Plenty Parking Space Look 011 Back Page of Both Asheville Paper* Friday for Big Ad. SUGAR 10 it. 43c JEWEL 8 * 75c WITH A DOLLAR PURCHASE OF OTHER MERCHANDISE BREAD 4c FLOUR «59c BROOMS, each 19c TOMATOES, can __ 6c VANILLA WAFERS, 2 lb. 25c LARGE IVORY, 2 bai-« 17c MEAL, 10 lb» _ 19c CHEESE lb 17c FATBACK ib 10c Brookfield SAUSAGE, lb __ 19c 1 HAMS, half or whole, Ib . 23c ' BANANAS, 4 lb» 17c j ORANGES, do*. 10c GRAPEFRUIT, «ach 3c CLOSkD ARMISTICE DAY IN RESPECT OF OUR BOYS Hendersonville A. & P. Stores Will Close All Day Friday, November 11th SUPER MARKETS Sixth Avenut and Main Street FRUIT CAKE INGREDIENTS Glace Cherries or Pineapple, 1-2 lb. pkg. . . . 23c Lemon or Orange Peal, three 3-oz. pkgs. .. . 25c COCOANUT, Rajah, lb. pkg 19c WHITE RAISINS, pkg 10c CURRANTS, Rajah, pkg 11c RAISINS, Delmonte, 3 pkgs 25c PECANS, shelled, 7 oz. pkg 23c WALNUTS, shelled, lb 53c Fresh Green BEANS ,b 5c Nice Sixe Florida ORANGES 125c CRAN BERRIES ib 17c HEAD LETTUCE hi 15c 12 lbs. 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