The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 21, 1968 · Page 51
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 51

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Thursday, November 21, 1968
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Ttr--r- - - FN12-Post& Times, Thursday, Nov. 21, 1968 WHAT DO YOU NEED FOR THE HOLIDAYS? A BROAD BREASTED W-D BRAND TUR- 'MX KFY ClO MAYRC COME TAKinicn VAUC nnki'T tnnrcT rue irnvr . . . VTAV; THEY'RE ALL HERE AND ALL PRICED LOW FOR BIG SAVINGS. WE'RE PROUD OF OUR CUSTOMERS, THEY ARE THE SMART SHOPPERS, THE ONES' WHO GO TO THE PLACE f WHArS mm A new stocking design will "make obsolete" all conventional types of women's by eliminating garter and garter gap, its manufacturer claims. Secret of new stocking is something called LTL, or Loop-the-Loop, which the knitting of loops into the top or welt replacement of conventional garters with a flat The company said it I fvsfev BlSuiQ mYA Hellish hosiery bump the in special mean clasp. expects to have production up to 12 million pairs per year, starting with January deliveries. (Burlington Industries, 1430 Broadway, N'ew York, N.Y.). Leopard, giraffe and tiger print chair pads and neck rest pillows look like the real thing and add zing to dens, dorms, and recreation rooms. The chair pads are filled with shredded latex foam and reverse to black corduroy for more formal occasions. The neck rest pillows have removable zipper covers and are shaped for watching television or reading. (R. G. Barry, 350 Fifth Ave., New York,N.Y.) Great gift ideas as well as a decorating help arecleverlyde-signed pop art lamps with natural burlap shades. The design on the shades appears to be a mirage of a beer bottle but are really only rockstone. (Pop Arts Inc., 350 Fifth Ave., New York, N.Y.) Everything a new seamstress needs is packed in a start-to-sew kit which contains 11 of the most needed sewing aids wrist pin cushion, tracing wheel and paper, marker, tape measure, thimble, seam ripper, marking chalk, pins, needles and scissors. The plastic tray that houses those notions is designed to be slipped into a drawer to keep everything in place. (M. B. Daniels & Co., 350 Fifth Ave. .New York, N.Y.) UJ nl J? ill LIMIT TWO 6 PKS. WITH $5 ORDER OR MORE EXCLUDING CIGARETTES "SV. $Ld W My AIL BRANDS f 'li V "- .4? JZfflfaj sizes .rtfHi f IV:-: A.-rw ' ' UKI liil U3 R 'liVAT.IiaU ' I fttl I MH'flll'JIM "iM CTN. v V record i house I V hr 9 lssst' OFFER J COFFEE f 1 VvS """ ' --n America's Musical Favorites faJ J I -'-:::,M'S& j4.95value ( hi tlSRirKssi IB .3 .13 .38 .59 .44 .72 .89 .79 .55 .99 1814 02. BALLARD CORN BREAD MIX 23 02. DUNCAN HINES FUDGE BROWNIE MIX 16 02. CAMPFIRE MARSHMALL0WS 46 02 HI-CALL FLAVORS DRINKS 802. LIQUID W00LITE 27 02. AERO WAX 46 02. AERO WAX 1814 02. DUNCAN HINES LAYER CAKE MIXES 3 02. CAN NO. CAPE SARDINES 5 02. A-1 SAUCE 10 02. A-1 SAUCE 1602. SNOWY BLEACH 26 02. SNOWY BLEACH 28 02. PINE SOL , 7 02. BEHOLD FURNITURE POLISH . 15 02. BLUE MIST WINDEX 100 CT. TENOERL 'AF TEA BAGS GOLD MEDAL .57 2 .45 3.99 .77 .73 $1.23 .39 414 01. BEECHNUT STRAINED BABY FOOD 6.65 8 01 HART2 MOUNTAIN DOG YUMMIES .29 12 01 JACK'S BUTTER FLAVOR COOKIES .29 UB KEEBLER CHOCOLATE FUDGE SANDWICH COOKIES .43 6 02. KITTY SALMON CAT FOOD 2.28 5 LB. WATERMAID RICE .77 5 LB MAHATMA RICE .83 ) 02. MUELLERS NOODLES .23 802. SUPER0SE SWEETENER .65 1602. SUNSHINE HYDR0X COOKIES .49 ixra Kit: sScSiof8 INSTANT Special Otter: COFFEE MAKER ,i on. 602, INSTANT F0LGERS COFFEE .87 102. ACCENT .31 414 02. ACCENT .89 10 02. ACCENT $1.79 O Q LIMIT ONE WITH $5 ORDER OR MORE EXCLUDING CIGARETTES CARNATION EVAPORATED tGo oo ZT-L Quality Of Donated Foods High Food available in the Donated Foods Program are equal in quality to those available to most consumers, says Mary Todd, Extension Home Economics Agent. Some of the foods, like cereal and dairy products are obtained through the price-support program. Others, like canned meat, vegetables and other products are bought with funds available under the surplus removal program. The Consumer and Marketing Service of the U.S. Department of Agriculture makes sure that these foods are the best value for the money by standardizing and checking their quality and choosing them for good food value. First, marketing specialists familiar with each food draw up standards and the food inspectors see that the product meets these standards. These specialists base standards on grades of quality already established for many products sold commercially. If no grades are established for a product. C&MS uses military standards, or develops new ones, basing them on what is available to the public, explains Miss Todd. The quality of instant mashed potatoes in the Donated Foods Program, for example, is based on military standards. Vitamins A and C are added to boost the nutritive value. C&MS inspectors test the flakes or granules for such items as allowable amounts of moisture, sulfur dioxide (a color preservative), and reducing sugars. The flakes or granules must also be an acceptable color and free from peel and dark spots. Finally, the cooked mashed potatoes must pass inspection for color, texture, flavor and odor. Standards for flour were developed after C&MS tested 200 samples of commercial flours. Specifications are kept up-to-date by routine checks of the qality of flours on the market. C&MS runs standard laboratory tests to determine the protein content, baking and keep qualities, thickening power, and evidence of proper milling. USDA food inspectors continuously inspect peanut butter during the processing. It must consist of at least 90 percent peanuts the remainder is salt, sugar and stabilizers. Split peas are bought on the basis of official U.S. grades and are inspected at the milling plant. One of the grade requirements is that the peas must be fairly uniform in size so that they cook in the same length of time. Labels display attractively the good quality and nutritious food inside. Labels are already appearing on donated food packages and will soon be on all 22 foods. 12 !4 02. PILLSBURY CREAMY FUDGE. MILK CHOC. DUTCH CHOC. OR CREAMY VANILLA FROSTING. .37 2 LB DEER PARK ELITE COOKIES .99 16 02 THRIFTY MAID LIMA BEANS 3 ,49 24 02. SWEET SUE CHICKEN S DUMPLINGS .49 15 02, FAULTLESS SPRAY , ' ' STARCH -45 GALLON ARROW BLEACH .39 5 02. REG ORPINE DISINFECTANT LYSOL .49 "T DETAILS IN STORE 100' To miK. your Ho-Ho - lidy littl. h.ppur, th. GrMD Gi.nt will und you $2.00 to h.lp pay for your turKty wh.n you Mnd him 1 5 l.bolf from Grn Gi.nt c.nnd vtg.-(bin along with a (ptcial ordr form. Gat datail. and official antry cartiAcata at tha Graan Giant Di-play fn our itora. 0Z. ft C? : iliSJ 1 ""j" . TSho ho holidayv TURKEYj I A I 29 0Z. THRIFTY MAID j BARTLETT PEARS I MARGARINE 1 16 0Z. THRIFTY MAID CRANBERRY SAUCE CIIDCDDDIlin MCni minr ourtnnnHnu u.o.u.h. unMUC LARGE EGGS LIMIT TWO DDL WITM 15. ORDER OR MORE EZCLOOINfi CIGARETTES J"s $ uiti ri nmni rnron m tlvmur rncdfl Mnnmn iivii vii f"r PUMPKIN PIE 1 4. 32 r if a 1 j 1T1T1I Lyr r v. v. v FR02EN AST0R 10 02. BR0C0LLI SPEARS 4.88 7x THnlHY MAID M ICE MILK , gal . 39 10 02. BRILLIANT FR02EN PRE C00KE0 SHRIMP .99 32 02 FR02EN BIRDS EYE COOL WHIP .49 02. FR02EN BOOTH (TRY IT IN YOUR TURKEY STUFFING) OYSTERS .89 I ' ' -

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