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June 26, 1963

The Progress-Index from Petersburg, Virginia · Page 10

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The Progress-Index i
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Petersburg, Virginia
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Wednesday, June 26, 1963
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STREET SCENE--A shapely Paris model s t r o l l s coolly down the avenue, displaying a new beach ·wear creation f o r f a s h i o n photographers. Thin strips of fabric can be seen dangling from the brief bodice. 1O The Progrcii-lndex, Wednesday, Jun« 26, 1963 Non-Fattening Summer Foods By GAYNOR MADDOX Newspaper Enterprise Assn. Q--Are the fresh fruits anc vegetables now in the marke high in calories? A--Definitely not. Nutritionist in the U.S. Department of Agri culture give this calorie count for fruits and vegetables (unless an other portion size is specified calories are for a half-cup portion served without added fat, sugar or sauce): 10 to 15 calories--cabbage, snap beans, greens, cauliflower, celery mushrooms, green peppers, kraut 20 to 25 c a l o r i e s--summer squash, asparagus, carrots, turnips, tomato juice. 30 to 40 calories --B r u s s e 1 s spouts, cantaloupe, onions, berries, cherries, raw pineapple, 1 peach. 50 calories--3 apricots, 2 large plums, 1 medium orange. Q--How can I keep milk fresh? A--Keep milk cool, keep milk clean, keep milk out of strong light. Store it in a covered container in the refrigerator as soon as possible. Remove milk from the refrigerator only when it is used, and replace immediately after use. At room temperatures milk will develop off-flavors and odors in 4 to 5 hours. Keep fresh and old milk in separate containers. Pouring milk from container to container increases the possibility of contamination. Mix fresh and old milk only at the time of use. Milk in glass bottles should not be allowed to stand in sunlight. If milk delivered to the home cannot be stored immediately, pro\ade an insulated box with a lid for temporary storage. Remove it to the refrigerator as promptly as possible. LITTLES L.IZ ·\ i ,u«*--^ -x*»--*» -- ·· Some people's ide« of rough- Ing it is having to walk from the far side of the parking lot to the office. CLEAN 21 SLACKS 16 SWEATERS --or- 3 Pr, DRAPES Etc. For .00 En Our Coin Operated Dry Cleaning Machines SUDS your DUDS Walnut Hit! Plaza Dial 733-0650 £ s ^x m "/ .*. 1$ f s .*.*' . y .** ...*·* J| l *f*V*- ./ y* \ £*** ^ SAFEWAY Superb SIRLOIN STEAK i.-TMi USDA CHOICE Ivory 1234-07. pkg. 31 ]/2-oz. 201/2-oz. pk.g. With 24-oz. Dinnerwore pkg. 20-oz. pkg. 85° 35' 35' SOAP FLAKES IVORY SHOW £5. Pk9 SOAP POWDER DUZ DETERGENT OXYDOL DETERGENT TIDE DETERGENT .. DREFT DETERGENT DASH DETERGENT CHEER DETERGENT 53 ;t oz 83= LAVA SOAP sS ulc - * cokes 35* fl\ir fllAII Household 16-oz. 1PIC SPAN Cleoner pkg pkg 173/i-oz. Germaseptic ------------------ pkg. SAFEWAY SALE PRICED ) us DA CHOICE SAFEWAY m^H JH^^H^ m iRvL or ROAST BONELESS TOP or BOTTOM Ib. SAFEWAY GUARANTEED Flavor-Holding Pacfeag POUND SAFEWAY Superb PORTE EAKS ROAST STEAK 79 SAFEWAY BOLOGNA ALL MEAT 2 i 89' | HYGRADE · COOKED SLICED BEEF 4 '-.-. $1 Pkgi. · DUTCH MILL CHEESE 33 American, Pimtnit ·f Swist SLICED 8-01. pkg. Luscious Arizona SIZE 36 PRICE HALF LUCERNE FLAVORS KRAFT VflVEETA PAPER NAPKINS WHOLE GALLON CREAM CORN *"" 6i '" FIG BARS ,',7, IIPPY RELISH H ' t D " e ' Hjmburg«r STUFFED OilYES STUFFED OLIVES Regular Cooked Scollops . 69* Halibut Steaks ...* 59* CANTALOUPES for 79 WATERMELONS RED RIPE WHOLE CUT Ib. 5c 79- Red Plums lb . 29 C Red Radishes ..3 c .,it°b; gi Green Peppers , 4 f e r 2 5 e Spring Onions 3 buneh .,25 59 Thete prictt dr« effective until clot* of buiintu Saturday, Jun* 29, 1963 except product p r 1 c t i which are lubjecf to daily market changei. We re- ter/e the right fo limit quantities. SAFEWAY CREAM PIES CocoHinuK Lemon or Strawberry -ox. Orange Juict Baby Li mas I i-ei. 55c 3\r M 10-01. ilum pu«!ity..._. ^ pkj. Bl-«lr * lO-oi. (Of Prtmlum puillly ^ pkgi. ·»· Broicoli CauHflow«r 9u . Ilrr S9c SAFEWAY FRESH BAKERY TREATS! MRS. WRIGHT'S CINNAMON or MRS. WRIGHT'S APPLESAUCE CAKE R«g. 20-oi. ring 39- RUM BUNS SKYLARK · WHOLE WHEAT BREAD SLICED Re*. 25c lo.f 19