Independent from Long Beach, California on March 10, 1966 · Page 56
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 56

Long Beach, California
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Thursday, March 10, 1966
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P 5 Z 2 - - P 3 2 M - 5 PKESS-TELEOKAM, W«l, Mlrdl », 1N4 I ,,,,_ It..,). INDEPENDENT, TtKjn., March 10, IH» Lon 9 B«acn Did you know? HERE'S MAGIC -; This Magic Lime Pie is the perfect dessert for ; St, Patrick's Day. Made with sweetened con; densed milk, the filling does not require any ·;; cooking and is a delicate green coloring. By MILDRED K. FLANARY I, P-T H* MiHf Did you know that this week your L a n g e n d o r f baker is going to introduce you to a delicious new loaf of bread--Supbrsn? The formula for this new bread, developed in the famous Kellogg's testing kitchens, includes high protein flour, high protein milk solids, real granulated sugar and Kellogg's All-Bran. The AJl-Bran content... a cupful in each loaf ... . gives the bread its unique flavor so reminiscent of Grandma's home-made bran muffins. ' The loaf is baked in round covered pans to protect its old-fashioned goodness and then packed in modern resealable plastic bags to lock in its flavor and freshness. Because it is deliciously different, this bread makes wonderful toast and sandwiches as well as adding taste appeal to a variety of bread recipes. . ^ Topcoats Get Boost in Spring By WALTER LOGAN I raincoat people who In the for example, . Pat's Party Pie fs Easy to Prepare Borgnine Signs H O L L Y W O O D (UPI)-Ernest Borgnine has signed with Joseph E. Levine for two additional pictures following release of "The Oscar." On Tour 'v - Whether or not you give a ·[party March 17, a pie deco- ·rated with a gay green sham- ;'rpck celebrates St. Pat's Day ·'in high style. · 7-The pie is the magic kind, [·made with sweetened con- ;densed milk, without cooking. .Lime flavored, delicately col- . 'ored green, it is an eyeful as :^yell as a mouthful of deli- ;-ciousness. It is one of the ^easiest pies imaginable, too j-w. ith a baked pastry shell or a ·^cookie crumb crust, made ;;h'purs beforehand if desired : ;nd chilled in the refrigerator v: For the shamrock decora .*tion that tops the pie, reserve ·a'little of the filling and colo '.it a darker green with a few ·Jirops of food color. Then pu ' -the darker filling on the pie ii lie shape of the traditional hree-leaved clover leaf. * * * * MAGIC LIME PIE 1 crumb or baked 8-inch pastry shell 3 cups (1 15-oz. can) sweetened condensed milk z cup lime Juice 1 tsp. grated lime rind 2 eggs, separated. Few drops green food color Put sweetened condensed milk, lime juice, lime rind, egg yolks, and a few drops of vegetable color into mixing bowl his first personal appearance tour to promote "Night of the Grizzly," his new movie. STORE ANNIVERSARY Established in 1910, Thompson's of Bellflower will be observing the 5Glh anniversary with a big sale the remainder of the week, starting Thursday morning. Here are Claire Thompson, president of the big store located at 16411 Bellflower Blvd., and Bill Jolly, general merchandise manager, who will direct anniversary fetes. NEW YORK (UPI) -- That Id expression "a fine Italian and" doesn't have anything do with the Mafia. It neans a fabric is soft to the ouch, and it's one of the easons C h a r l e s Halperin liinks there is nothing like a ·pring topcoat to revive a ired Winter wardrobe. Halperin, as a leading top- oat and overcoat manufac urer, lias been waging a never-ending war with the Timely Tips What's for Sunday night upper? Why not an old-fashioned noodle pudding serve" vith creamed chicken? Slice pimiento-stuffed green olives and add to crcomec dried beef; serve with crisp toast. Add a little prepared horse radish to applesauce and sen 1 with roast pork. past IS or 20 years have put iO% of the topcoat manufacturers out of business. * * * * H!S BASIC premiss Is that raincoats look ludicrous on sunny dnys If someone is try- ng to dress up. Another thought is that a man can't possibly have as much sex ap- eal In a raincoat as he has n a natty topcoat. He has injected the sex approach into his advertisements -- a stunning blonde ywJtiV. /c\ // mtv b« \\ // ""I "· V\ // tht snaps \» y O f things f to came R if you've it nut thit 1 goi uus i \k *"« / $§, backbont £ curls against t h e manly shoulders of her escort whlli wondering if she is In lov» with, him or his topcoat. The cos!, of course, has a fin* hand. Halpcrin took over the Barry Wall Company back in 1944 at a time when topcoat sales had fallen as much as 30%. He attributes his su'c- cess largely to his own ignorance -- he didn't know -it was a dying business and kept injecting style. Have your sweets : and your figure, too Oon'l wait until you're this shape. Just cut Uo\\n on sugar-- me Ril-S\\eci instead! You can enjoy foods a? sweet as you like without adding a single calorie. Iho Ril-5v»cct in beverages, on fruit, cereal nnd in cooking. Carry Hil-Swcct Effervescent Tablets in pocket or purse. Use Ril-Suect Liquid on table and in cooking. Hnsy, economical to uic. Quality pnJbcti of Plvugh, Inc. Ril-Sweet Good Student Receives Help RUSSELL, Kan. (UPI) -- j Adolph Boehler, 79 year-old native of Germany who used to hand coins to youngsters HOLLYWOOD (UPI)--Clint hethought Reserving, hasjeft (Cheyenne) Walker will make a portion of his modest estate to a student aid fund. Boehler's $5,000 fund will go to promising Russell High School graduates who seek Higher education. Boehler carried a roll of change in daily visits to town to give to deserving pupils, and made a point of studying school honor rolls. He saw that those on the honor list were remembered. QUICK! Convenient! GOOD! Just heat and serva over rice, noodles or as a casserole! Stir until mixture well blended and thick. Pour into cooled pastry shell or cookie crumb^crust. Decorate as suggested, or cover with meringue and brown in'oven. ,f raji NEW PUNCH IDEA ' Cool green punch made f r o m pre-sweetened -- lemon-lime instant soft drink mix and lime sher- -' bet will bring SI. Patrick's Day greetings to .,'' friends large or small. Serve it with crisp, crink- .-;·- ly-topped cookies made from lemon instant pud- :·' ding. .'O. ^Here's Goocf Punch IMade of Drink Mix white'n bright flavor-saver bag w " A * * ' ^^^^" 4 *" Really Works! . 1 / ,,,' ' ' ' - - / ' " * "\ "* * "* "~ » T* * * / A". Nothing's prettier, nor easi- Ter to fix than a punch from '·pre-sweetened lemon-lime in- ^stant soft drink mix, ginger · ale .and lime sherbet. This ^sparkling green color com- :"bination is ideal for St. Pat- yjck's Day. y~ Strawberry i n s t a n t soft ^drinli mix and raspberry sher- rbet would make a graduation -party punch; orange instant :soft drink mix with orange rsherbet could herald a birth- Tday. Any of the six flavors ol ·pre-sweetend soft drink mix icould be combined with pine-'apple sherbet. ·' v a t * X FRirrr FIZZ PUNCH ."- 1 envelope pre-sweetend '",' lemon-lime instant soft School Buses Costly Service ·'-'· FRANKFORT, Ky. Ml "Nearly 400,000 Kentuck, ^·youngsters--60% of its schoo '^children-- use buses to go t ·^school. Next to teacher sal 'Caries and buildings, pup: ^transportation is the larges : ; aaucational expenditure. --^m',,"'M- r ^» ^ / "«4^-' ' f \ \y± . #v ,/ f drink mix 1 quart water and ice 1 bottle (1 qt.) low-calorie ginger ale, chilled 1 pint lime sherbet Dissolve soft drink mix in vater and ice. Add ginger ale nd serve immediately in iunch cups, adding a scoop if sherbet to each cup. Makes , quarts or 16 servings, 4 lunces each. LEMON PUDDIN' COOKIES 2 cups sifted all-purpose flour % tsp. baking soda Dash of salt % cup vegetable shortening 1 cup sugar 2 packages (3% oz. each) lemon Instant pudding 3 eggs, slightly beaten Sift flour with soda and salt. Cream shortening. Add sugar and p u d d i n g mix; cream until light and fluffy. Add eggs and mix thoroughly. Then add flour mixture and beat thoroughly until well blended. Drop from tea spoon onto greased baking sheets, about 2/i inches apart. Bake at 375 degrees for 8 to 10 minutes. Makes about 6 dozen cookies. j- ,;., ne-ujwH.,, ^ 3#ffc# f ; · SSfcfctf'.: -i

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