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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - July 24, 1944, Winnipeg, ManitobaWinnipeg free press monday july 24, 1944 Ripe apricots needed for Canning by june Horne we have int a toned previously the Canadian atm cot crop year is several times larger than last very poor and a Little better than the previous year s however indications Are that there will not be enough go around because of a greatly increased demand nere fore the Best advice we can give you is to Purchase Apricot for Canning at the earliest possible Opportunity. Apricots Are easily prepared for As skinning and pitting Weici 11. Is necessary or desirable with other be dispensed in the methods used for ire the same As those used j though they Are easy to can i main a really successful product s a ust remember that Only per l s ripened fruit should be con Rcd for some Peop a r h we i advisedly canned apri they were still under know to sorrow what an unsatisfactory product re Ujj Canning apricots that arc ully ripened. Not Only is the to a but the texture Rar jives much to be Desi when we Purchase desired also. A Case of it Natl m us it rarely happens that they ully ripened but they should at room temperature until desired stage of ripeness is before Canning is attempted. Canned apricots open Kettle method pro Are not peeled when they Are to be canned. Wash them and remove any stems that May still and Here to the fruit. You May leave them whole or they May be Cut in dives and the stones removed. Ii n Nat 1s halved. A possible to pack More fruit into each Jar. A medium syrup in the pro of 2 cups sugar to 3 cups a or. Combine the sugar and Vater and boil these together for five minutes. Add the whole or syrup War f p a with Syrill wipe off. The sealing surface with a r a "j13 cloth and e Lubbers Glass tops and screw tops and immediately. When con tents of jars Are Cool invert to test for leaks and any that show signs of leakage should have luxurious classics for Holiday Glamour at worthwhile savings tru Art Beauty , Roqu Icnogle Clamour Oil wave phone z6 744 True Art s or contest s value tru Art machine less wave includes shampoo and set open All Day wednesday tru Art permanent Enderton bids., Portage at Margrave across from run. John Leclark was reported missing in action according to the latest army casually list. He enlisted with the Royal Winnipeg rifles in september 1940, and went overseas in july 1341. He was awarded the British Empire medal in september 1942. Run. Magnus Sutherland has been reported missing in action according to the latest army casualty list. He enlisted with the Royal Winnipeg rifles in june 1940, and went overseas in 1942. Your clothes Are fresher and cleaner when dry cleaned at Dubois. As members of the Canadian research Institute of and cleaners a uniformity of dry cleaning is maintained at All times. For greater Economy use our Cash and carry service or Call 23 763 for pick up and delivery. 276 Hargrave St. Opp. Eaton a West door Pence of tie k it really flies when Helen gets to work. She s a Fine Little up a House in the Corner of the playroom. I serve Kellogg s Corn flakes All the she said importantly just like Mummy does. She says they re ready in 30 seconds and no pots or pans to Wash Kellogg s Corn flakes Are the Favourite ready to eat Cereal in the majority of Canadian Homes. Get some today. Made by Kellogg s i London Canada. Tents emptied reheated and packed into hot fresh sterilized jars. Store tested jars in a Cool dry place. Canned apricots hot water Bath method Wash the apricots and remove any stems. Leave whole or halve them and remove the stems. Now Blanch the fruit by placing in boil ing water Tor 30 seconds. Remove from this water immediately and pack the fruit into clean hot jars filling them to within vib Inch from the tops with boiling syrup. Make a medium syrup in the proportion 2 cups sugar to 3 cups water. Combine the sugar and water and stir to dissolve the sugar then bring to a boil and keep bailing for 5 minutes. Adjust rubbers Glass tops and screw tops and partially Seal the jars that is screw the tops on tightly and then unscrew a Bare Quarter turn. Place the jars on a rack in a Eanner containing enough warm water to come Over the tops of the jars at least 2 inches. Bring the water in the Eanner to a vigor Ous boil and keep boiling like this for 20 minutes. Remove the jars rom the Eanner at the end this Ime and Seal tightly immediately. When the contents Are cold invert to test Lor leaks. Any that show signs leakage should have the contents transferred to fresh jars and they should be reprocessed under boiling water for from 5 to 7 minutes. Store tested jars in a Cool dry place. Canned apricots oven canned the apricots Are prepared packed in jars covered with syrup and the jars partially sealed exactly As Given for Canning by the hot water Bath method. Now set the prepared jars on a rack in a oven 250 Deg. Of and process for 75 minutes. If the jars Are placed in a shallow pan containing a Little water when oven processed any syrup that is lost from the jars will fall into the pan and be dissolved rather than falling onto the baffle plate and burning. At the end the processing time remove the jars from the oven and tighten the seals immediately. Test jars for leaks when cold by invert ing them. Store tested jars in a Cool dry place1. To name committee for physical fitness appointment of personnel to the proposed Manitoba committee of National physical fitness will be made some time within the next two or three weeks. Hon. Ivan Schultz minister 01 health and Public welfare announced monday. Or. Schultz said organization of the committee and naming of the personnel would be made As soon As the present course for teachers in National physical fitness now under Way at Gimli is completed. R. Comans. Director National physical fitness for Mani Toba will be chairman the Mani Toba committee while representatives the different organizations interested in physical fitness will be members. The present plan is to have a Small executive committee and a larger body As an advisory or. Schultz said. Plans now Are being formed and will be submitted to the committee As to the initial Steps that should be taken to implement the programme but no definite decision will be made until members of the Council and the executive committee have had the Opportunity of studying the pro gramme and making recommendations. It is hoped the committee will be thoroughly representative of the or. Schultz said he hoped that major John Eisenhardt. National director of the physical fitness pro gramme would be Able to attend the first meeting of the advisory Council. J. Wolo Zub charged with armed robbery arrested originally for a breach of the liquor act James Wolo Zub formerly of port Arthur appeared before magistrate a. C. Campbell in City police court monday morn Gin charged with armed robbery. The later charge was Laid while Wolo Zub was in custody after police had connected him with the sunday hold up of a Winnipeg taxi Driver. The Case was remanded until july .31. Christina Simpson alias Arnold arrested with Wolo Zub on the liquor charge was fined with the alternative of two months imprison ment. The charge against Wolo Zub on this count was stayed. The taxi Driver. William Horo Shuk of d3i College Avenue was held up in his cab sunday morning by two men. One alleged to be Wolo Zub. The other a juvenile after he had driven them to the Corner of Henry Avenue and Street from the Seymour hotel. Horo Zub is alleged to have pointed a gun at Horoshuk and ordered him to hand Over the Money totalling about the two then ran off. The juvenile was arrested later on in the Day sunday and will appear in juvenile court while Wolo Zub will face trial in City police court. His arrest on liquor charge was also made sunday. Third Tramway strike threatens in Montreal Montreal july 24. A third strike of Tram Way employees in a year with the additional possibility that if the strike takes place it will continue for several weeks was alarming this City s teeming population today. For the second time within the last few weeks a special Board of conciliation headed by or. Justice o. L. . Met today with Walter a. Merrill representing the company and Frank Scott an offi Cial of the Canadian brotherhood of railway employees. The Crux of the dispute is a closed shop agreement demanded by Tho Union. The Board of conciliation in its majority report a few weeks ago recommended a maintenance 01 membership clause instead of the closed shop but this was rejected by the Union. M. L. Sheridan is charged with purse snatching Murray Lloyd Sheridan former Toronto resident charged with purse snatching in Winnipeg Over the week end was remanded until tuesday when he appeared before magistrate a. C. Campbell in City police court monday morning. The dark haired Young Man is accused of grading a purse from one of two women walking along Kennedy Street near government House late saturday night. Two unidentified soldiers in the Vicinity gave Chase and captured the Man within a few minutes. While run Ning he had thrown away the purse after first pocketing its s22 contents it later showed police where it had been thrown. Sats chinese general shot London july 24. Ger Man . Broadcast reported to Day from banking China that Gen. Yang a Olin commander of the second banking army of the chinese puppet government had been shot and kilted by terrorists in a Shanghai Street. The assassins were said to be members of a chunking organization. Jews Rome give thanks Rome july 24 a four thou Sand jews and Many ranking Mili tary authorities participated today in the first jewish thanksgiving service in captured Rome. The ser Page Kins vice was in the grand synagogue on the Banks of the tiber. Cows go fast use or. Schou a Zino Poda and forget you have they in stantly Stop pain Ful shoe friction lift pressure and quickly gently remove corns. Cost but b Tritsc. Sold everywhere. Lino pads run. Harold Allum has been reported killed in action according to the latest army casualty list. He joined the Winnipeg rifles at Souris in March 1041. Two Brothers Are in the army Harvey who is with the r.c.o.c., and Frederick. May act to prevent horse disease spread the Manitoba department agriculture is considering the advisability of inaugurating another vaccinating Campaign following re port of an outbreak of sleeping sickness among horses in the port age la Prairie District which claimed five victims. Hon. D. L. Camp Bell minister of agriculture announced monday. The epidemic has abated during recent years with Only isolated cases being reported at intervals but the Portage outbreak is claim ing the close attention govern ment officials. They Are inclined to believe the present outbreak May be due to laxity Farmers who failed to have their animals vaccinated an Delhey believe the comparative Freedom from sleeping sickness during the past few years As a direct result of preventive measures. D. C. Coleman predicts Rush to the Rockies when wartime restrictions were lifted visitors would go by the thou Sands to the Rockies predicted d. C. Coloman chairman and presi Dent Canadian Pacific railway while in Winnipeg monday. Or. Coleman opened the Regina exhibition and made an inspection of the Banff and Lake Louise resorts. He is at the Royal Alexandra hotel and will leave for the East tues Day evening. was accompanied West by w. A. Mather vice presi Dent in charge of Western lines and s. L. Cork both of Winnipeg. Furriers Are to get week s Holiday with pay by a decision reached with the regional War labor Board belonging to the International fur and leather workers Union will receive a week s Holiday with pay Leo Roussin Union business agent said on monday. This is the first time in the history of Winnipeg s fur Industry that plants will close for a week to give the employees a vacation or. Houssin said. This week the Neaman fur co. Ltd., in the free press bulding is closed and the other Union plants will close next week. Fire in Barracks Medicine hat alia., july 24. Cup estimated at Between and was caused by fire which swept through two Large Barrack blocks inside the prisoner of War compound in the prison Camp near Here sunday. Jiffy Crochet is the design of this Scarf and mat set Laura Wheeler washed by hand finished perfectly True and straight exactly to size. From a pair launderers dyers cleaners antidote to sweltering weather fresh Lemon Ade is the cold drink that builds health. A Ink it helps com Bat fatigue for Lemons ate an excellent source of daily needed Vitamin c. And of course the finest Juiciest Lemons Are pattern 801 this Scarf and mat set in bold Jiffy Crochet is decorative Ana has Many uses. The double strand of string up fast. Rich Crochet that takes Little in time or Money. Pattern 091 contains directions for scarfs Mats stitches list of materials to obtain this pattern Send Coupon and 20 cents not in to the Art needlework department Winnipeg free press. Orders May be subject to de Lay but will be filled As quickly As possible. 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Should i break up our Home try to find happiness without him or should i stick it out in spite of the dread i have for continuing this Way i think your husband is a lilt is confused at this stage As Many Hus bands yearn for Freedom. For fresh love for Romance without recrimination and for lost spontaneity. In simple English they be made n bargain and they want to Chuck it. Now i want to ask you a question and that is. Whether or not and to what extent you Are listening to the promptings Dat Ole Debbie Pride. In this Tittle crisis. I m making this suggestion because i want your actions really to be your own not to be palmed off on you from a furtive source. If you follow it i think you la stick around until the gentleman jecs what he s losing. I Don t think hell quit. 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