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The Market Basket
My Th© Banai at Bcsto BtAwnaHan. I s. Department es A*riewlt*r* a*4 Um m-a. Pr.-«Mtal> «*— °* **• Hl<.\K in the low .cost dikt .1 r-s a tooth. w« !!i.>rr -ugar per person th«, n in the world. . , , ir.d >j«ar b»-. ts we man»- - : vast quantities and , . ''-vexa’, million tons every M r.a aa: other times, no doubt » .i o• at jwffu at CtirlttiMi. people like a sweet d es.se r . „v. «>r perhaps a peppermin ■a • i'P off the meal J Thi > a feeling of saUxfacUor fir>h If you reverse that order v*-..* and eat sugar or c*n<ty be ,: hr w*-rn meals, you will find f less of other needed trgradually sacrificing ener . .. .-a” k for the long run. , oumnon experiences lllix»- u and the buses of sugar 5 :r- says the Bureau of Home - " •' of the U. S Department • ."lltvire -s \a.uable as fuel food, and • ivor but it Is not a buikknf j _ protective food This Is tru« jt- and beet sugar alike - i sugar frcm either source, i> "srbohydrate and contains tv . r.n minerals no vitamins. Mo brown sugar, and cane si rut 1 .d vaiue because the> u. . n n. . f th. aat substance -'.istar cu’e than refined sugar of any kind however, dull the •' :• foods of greater nutrt*v. Sugar should not be a’.lower .iuo tnese in the diet. There ’. r.utritjon specialists’ advic» r .-: t! sweets before meals. A r. -ugar was a .usury food an** a .pit- could afford to use it ii .-r s cautions .ls to ihe manner ol a a unnecessary But sugar in m mis has become very cheap GREETINGS i ? • & W. ;i*-.* rrinin<l.-<l at I hi* happy yulotult* season of our ® i-.mt r«*lHTion*»)iip with our patrons in the past year. W w>h you iniat heartily a Merry ("hrirstma.s atul a 1! ;■:»\ Prosperous NV\v Vear.f TURNER'S MARKET £ 4r Mt Henderson, N. C. We | 5 wish you J the Merriest | ( Christmas of | i Aijpl your life... a * 3 3 a ji You who have been dealing” regu * 3 larly with us and have learned W the sincerity of our desire to pro- 2$ : W ) mote the enjoyment of life and of \ all whom wje serve .will know in g v advance that we are grateful to jjs W you for mutual pleasure of our 2? W ■ 1 .usinesa transactions and that we M , are wanting you to have the Mer- M riest Christmas of your life and a S New Year of serenity and joy. 3 w 1 Brookside Dairy Farm | i a? 4 Henderson, N. C. 4 W 9 *** me conaume. , n the United Stwte. “w. toa mmn »to—toe wu.* Z 2S'*’ “ >»e now w *y we consume it -he ref ore becomes an Important diet iry question. Th# sugar ordinarily taken in coff*„ *? ***• wlth or In deeeert. and -¥* sugar contained in w added to uita U serving a useful purpoee »s in energy food, not overbalancing •ther foods. An occasional sweet after °* n P»oee of dessert Increases IW calories without disadvantage to individual who is active. oU r . ndulgence in sweets however may »uae digestive disturbance because of be concentration of the sugar. In a •strictsd diet too much sugar may malnutrition by crowding ou' waantial nutritive values found LT «ber foeds. The* Bureau of Home economics Includes J pounds of sugar n its suggested low-cost weekly mar tet list for a family of five. For the 'amity using that market list a4di ional sugar could be had only if gome nore valuable food was omitted. A LOW COST CHRISTMAS MENU Breakfast HaU an orange (Orange juice for youngest child) Corn cakes—Molasses Ccffev (adults) -Milk (children) D»«ner Roast fowl or roast fresh ham-- Cranberry sauce Hominy Spinach turnip greens itoamed pudding—Brown sugar sauce Coffee Milk for children kuppar Croa mos tomato soup IN-anut butter sandwiches Christinas sweets Milk for all HENDERSON, (14. C.,) DAILY DISPATCH FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23, IMU FOOD & MARKET PAGE REQIPgg Aa Inexpensive CMke 2 cupa brown sugar 2 oupa prater 4 tablespoon* fat l box seeded raisins 1 tan spoon cinnamon 1-4 teaspoon cloves 1 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon baking soda 2 eups flour 2 teaspoons baking powder 1 cup nut meals cut in small plecp-i 'not ground) Put tbo brown sugar and water in a guocptQ with the fat add the raisins cinnamon, eloves. and salt. Boil about 5 minutes and set away to cool. Sift th# remaining dry ingredients iatp the mixture and add the nuts sprinkled with flour. Pour Into a tuba pan greased and lined with greas ed paper. Bake In a veiy moderate oven for about 1 1-2 hours, or until a toothpick comes out dry. floMwscolcl Droy 2 cups brown sugar S-t cup top milk. 1-8 teaspoon salt. 801 l the sugar milk and salt until the candy forms a soft ball when tried in cold water. Remove from the fire and leave undisturbed until cool Then sti and beat with a spoon until creamy. Drop onto waxed paper with 4 teaspoon. ( Steamed Budding 1-2 cup finely chopped beef suet • 2 to 3 ounces) 1 cup brown sugar 1 cup finely ground carrots 1 cup finely ground raw potato 1 cup raisins 1 cup sift ad flour 2 teaspoons baking powder > 3-4 teaspoon salt 1-2 cinnamon 1-2 teaspoon nutmeg Mix the suet and brown sugar thoi oughly. Add the carot. potato, and raisins. Sift the dry ingredients and stir into the first mixture until well blended Fill 6or 7 greased custard cups about lure e-fourths full, cover lightly to keep the puddings dry. and steam about 1 1-2 hours Or steam in one large mold for 2 hours Serve with any desired sauce, such as ha sauce <or foamy sauce, or brown sugar . sauce. identical —But Give Us Beer! HI j I ! i One of the crusaders In tba "Beer Before Xmas” drive. Representative William 1. Sirovich of New York. Is shown as he depionst rated to House solona that milk and beer are almost identical—chemically Rep. Siro* vieh pointed out that it ia necessary for a person to drink 18 bottles of beer to eaual the amount of alcohol in one "snifter** «f hard liauor- I OUR WISH i s g ft « d p Our Christmas wish is that we may re- g IS ceive a fair measure of the good things of g Christmas, that our friends may receive 3 |r in abundance. We have learned to get a |f slot of pleasure out of serving others. Your g satisfaction must come first. jf 4T 4# H 3 ft We’ll dedicate the New Year to M ft *2 2 your service. g 1 WESTER'S | ft 3 % ■ i Advertise For Results RALEIGH MAY TURN FOR CITY MANAGER Sentiment Smodld e r i n g Long Time Has Finally Come Into the Open ST J C. U4«Mt NM|.|. Raleigh, Dec. d 3 in fa vor of the city manager system of government for Raleigh, which has been simmering under the surface for months, hae at last come otu into the open with the announcement that the Junior Chamber of Comment here has decided to make the city manager form of government its major ob jective this year. Indications are that this organisation will reveeive much cooperation from many othar organ isations in the city gpd that its de cision has struck a popular chord. The last few city administrations here in Raleigh have not been vary satisfactory to many people. Two i years ago the people voted out an ad '• ministration that had been in a long ; time and voted in a reform ticket. ! But there has been a good deal of dis ; cord in tne ranks of the pew admin : istralion and with the exception of ! some improvements here and there. the reforms which many of the peo , pie expected have not materialized £oon alter the present city adminis tration went into office, a movement was itrrted to recall one of the com- Mia-loners. | Because of the lack of harmony among the present commissioners and i the dissatisfaction on the part of | many people here with the manner in ' which the city government has been ! conducted, the sentiment has been i plowing steadily in favor of the miina , gerial form of government. SALES TAX REBATE IDEA REGARDED AS SMOOTH LOBBYING (Continued rrocn Page One.) i ■ , provide additional revenue for nroes gary purposes without resort to a genargl «»ire t%x and that the revenqe from a selected commodities or ap- ( called “luxury" tax would be entirely , madequa’e But tnasK general sales lax advp calag know that they are going to have a much harder time to force a general sale* tax through the Gen eral Assembly than they will adnyt and that they Will need the support of every House and Senate member they can get. it is agreed here. They also know that unless they can show the House and Senate members thpt ■*h» ir individual counties will benefit In tne way or another from a gen eral sales tax tl. ai , t M ili be still harder to gel their support- For thepe sales tax advooatee know very w*H what those who have uiregdy studied the situation know that a sales tgx will oost the average person and the bulk of the people more than th* pre sent 15 canLs ad valorem State tgx pn property. They know that sooner or later the members or the General Assembly will be given the real fig ures and that these figures wil show that the non-consuming corporations are about the only one that will bene fit rrom a general sales tax. So it was evidently decided to dan gle this bait of a rebate of 20 per cent of the collections from a grnral sales tax to be sent hack to the coun ties before the eyes of the members of the General Assembly, in the hope | of winning additional support for tjie general sales tax plan. For if there is anything members of the General As-1 seuibly are more avid for than any thing else it is i>tat« money for coun- 1 tv purposes. The average members of the General Assembly seems to think of the coun'y and the State as two entirely separata units, instead of an entity, and to take the position that the more he can ge for the county at the expense of the State, Hie better off Ui«. county will be. He dues not liitlize that the people of the Stqte foot the bill in the etui, regardless .of whether the tax is levied by tne coun ty or by the State. Hence ihe hope ' of some emtio money for < »>«• counties from a stnes tax levied t*v the Stale ; should be counted upon to win strong i support from many members of the ' General Assembly. On the basis of figures compiled by the State Department of Revenue and i the Slate Tax cm miss ion two years 1 PENDER’S | 1 Completing The Feast \ £ 4 Ocean Spray Pure Strained 4? _ru I Cranberry Sauce 12-oz. Can 15? 1 ft a$ & ■ j " - 1 - - 1 rr ■ " 4 Hillsdale Tender 4? ft | Asparagus Tips Square Can p s ________ p I NUTS DPF#ncy 1 i| Brazil, lb. i7c Lima Beans 2 No. 2 Cans 1 ! ft Mixed, lb, 17c ——— ■ ■■■'■■■ - ..■ *■>- —■, .y g Almond*, lb. 21c Stokolen’. 2? jj| Walnut*, lb. 25c n l • . _ 1 'ft 'I S 1 W . OI rumpkin Urge Can 10* g I Fruit Cake Libby s Cru * hed p 1 Lb. Tin 3<h Pineapple 2 n».2 Cans f | b. P. Blend Libby’* Perfect Blend | I Coffee FmitForSaladNo.l Can 19* | ft IK Libby’s Sfidad or Seedless I o.; r~J7~~~ Raisins 3 Packages 25* f —i——a■—■»——i—— "■ i- i— I n —■—-«W Bread Spani,hQue * n | | Large Loaf Q^ veS 0”* Jar | I Holiday Mixed Sweet Mixed J 1 Candy Pickles Quart Jar 21* | i Pender’* Layer Phillip’* Tomato or Vegetable p I Cake b». SOUP Can 5* | ago. whan (he INI Genera) | wge foruddering the general sqles tax., it was shown that a $9,000,040 general | sales tax would cost 91 counties more' than would a 30 cents property tax. These figures showed that » go aenu i tax on 80 per aent or the determined I values In the counties would yield about $8,792,147 while a 1 per cent general sales tax would yield about |9JX)O,4Oa Now it ip hf*** 1 ‘hat • $ per cant sales tax would probably not yield more than $8,000,000. The only would p*y tow under the sales tax than under the 30 cents pro perty lax were Buncombe. Duchaa. ForsytM Gaston. Graham. Gtfilford Mecklenburg New Hanover and Ro wan. But on the basis of the present 15 cents tax, moat of these counties ere excluded. Then* is no doubt that a two per cent general sales tax would cost ev„-.y county more than the present 15 cants property tax with the excep tion of three or four counties, accord ing to those who have been studying I We Give You the Best | m *2s 4gr Throughout the days of the past year it has been our pleasure to give you the best jjg ■M service of which we are capable. We shall W maintain the same high standard during the year that is soon to turn us a new page, jg gj And now at Christmas time we pass to 29 you best qf our wishes for all the good W jjjj things it will take to make you supremely 5 happy. i Sanitary Market | 6 Henderson, N. C. PAGE SEVEN th< matter, gltliough the actual fig prgts have not been prepared. But the principal factor in the path of auv lebate to tm from any possible general »ulu> * >x is the futility of having any surplus m dis tribute back to the counties It ia agretri that if a general suits tax is enacted it will have to be at l*-Mt 2 per cent on gross sales and prob ably Incomes as well, in urdor u> ) teld the tl/ffiftpflrt to IIOJJOO.UUO needed by the State to balance the Slate bud get. It is u?»o ugiced that a general sale* ax of S per cent would be too heavy and would be Ukely to destroy busineee and industry and thus kill the goose that U expected to lay the golden eggs- Hence i« the final analysis the re bate plan is regarded as being noth ing more than rainbow being used by the sales tax advocates in an effort to gain support for a plan they know will not work.