Independent from Long Beach, California on April 4, 1963 · Page 58
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 58

Long Beach, California
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Thursday, April 4, 1963
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7 1 P I 7 J . 1 J P A 7 C IMDIPINDIKT^IItt-TILICIlM *·' ' * *· * " r ° * * l*-*. iwo. Cii». nw. ttrt «, mi Sheik's Date Curry ? ****. ,,..,. ' to School Cuban IS Flavorful DlSh Fishing Fleets By MH-DRED K. FLANARY L r-T ft* tear In the Middle East blending flavors is a culinary art Sheik's Date Curry follows this tradition, being an aristocratic blend of flavors: tart lemon and the natural sweet cess of fresh dates with curry powder, cloves and onion. In America saving time is also an art Sheik's Date Curry fits right into this pat tern. It's a meatless m*m dish that takes less than half-an- hour from beginning preparation to sen-ing. 2 Upn. curry powder _ J » Upn. ground cloves 2 tspn. salt 2 onions, sliced · 2 cups water 2 tspn, grated lemonJ rind Vi cup lemon juice 2 Ibs. fresh devrineJ shrimp 2 tblspn. cornstarcb 2 tblspn. water Quarter dates crosswise. Melt butter in large skillet Stir in seasonings and onion. Soute onion 2 or 3 minutes. KEV WEST. Fla. W» -Seven Soviet ships soon win be carrying out Russian- New Realty Office Open More than 100 realtors and salesmen attended the recent ==S of 'the attractive new Cuban fishing explorations in £!**, ?.»£?.** ^«TM the Atlantic and other waters, Realty » l f 407 Vmt ^ *»*· Hivana Radio said Tuesday. The other office of Joe War- The work will be carried ren Realty is located at 6432 out under a fishing agreement Steams St, serving the Los signed Monday between Russia and Cuba. Under the pact. Russia also win aid in de- Cuba, supply it with 15 instructors and provide teaching material and scientific equipment The radio also reported ar- Altos-Ptaza area. Sales personnel at the Village office indude quickly a meal featuring!? Sheik's Data Curry, cook the'" . Krji * * b L accompanying p.prikVsea-K^ £«j *TMP« S*. 7jab- r 3 minutes, rival cf three more Soviet O M ·Jemon rind technicians -- a geologist a 1 ^ ·«·"·· Bring biochemist and an --" re- who specializes in Arthur Franco, Randy FJofson, 5»"i Brunet Esther FJofson, George Wills, Fred Blomeyer and Lola Gilman. The sales force at the Steams office consists of Har- Cart * start before serving, and let tomato juice be the appetizer.] and sherbet garnished with toasted almonds. Sheik's Date Curry 1 cup fresh California dates £ tblsp. butter or margarine . Ad ? *tes and -heat a few minutes. Serve over hot rice or noodles as desired. Makes 8 servings. IF YOU FIX THINGS, tell people who need your service in "Can an Expert" in Class- fied. Dial HE 2-5959 now. installations. manager. During the month of March, CHICAGO (UPI) --Experiments reported by the Chicago Museum of Natural History indicate the ke in Antarctica has an average thickness of more than 1'^ miles. Many central areas of Greenland and Antarctica are covered by ice almost 2 miles thick. , . . A MEDLEY Of GOODIES Fresh California dates, shrimp and onion in a curried lemon-butter sauce served over hot rice is "Sheik's Date Curry"--a meatless main dish fit for a'potentate! , Many of Needy Will Be Helped by Fun and Fashion Festival Dollars donated for tickets Beach Associates with the^entertainment foJowed by two to the gigantic Festival of cooperation of the Naval hours of dancing to the musicj NOW, TASTE THIS! Delicious Lean Meat forSANDWICHES it SALADS with EGGS In the deficalessea ease at your favorite market Fun and Fashion April 24 in' the Long Beach Arena will be] converted into health and welfare sen-ices to people of I the Long Beach area, Kenneth ; R. Davis, Community Chest * president promised. I The hours of enjoyment ticket holders for the Festival wifl receive win stretch far . beyond the . one evening's show," Davis declared. ' "Knowing that sick and homeless children, troubled , familix lonely oldsters ' benefit cannot help but give added pleasure to all who purchase tickets for the gala performance." I · « * · · . { ITEMIZING just a few of 1 the good things that the dol lars will accompish. Davis mentioned the woman long lying helpless in bed at home * who eagerly awaits each day for the knock at the door and the cheerful voice that calls. "it's the Visiting Nurse, Mrs. 1 Ames.TM · · . , He tells of the liule boy whose grandmother brings him daily to a Long Beach Day Nursery. Too frail to care for a lively four-year-old aQ day and still keep house' for her son and grandson, the family is grateful that the : nursery fee can be adjusted to allow for the cost of the mother's institutional care in a sanitarium because of the . Chest help. ' Ticket d o 11 a r s allocated · fairly among Chest agencies win mean added services to hundreds of people, maybe · helping your own next door i neighbor over a rough time," ! he continued. ! · · « · j DAVIS POINTED out thai j last year 46.308 persons bene- j filed directly from one or : more of the many different ' kinds of aid offered through the family welfare and child care agencies of the Chest while 69,037 young people participated in t h e leisure time activities of the youth organizations. -Each month more people are moving here and pressure on our agencies for more and more sen-ices steadily increases as well." Davis states. "A fcQ arena on the 24th cf April will help provide some of these services so bad Jy needed." The Festival being presented by the Downtown Long Employes Associa-Jof Dick feature two hours cf Tones. ' Dale and his De! the total volume of sales' reached the half milfion mark." a record for the company. · . ftore flavors SUPPORT GOOD PUBLIC SCHOOLS KEEP GOOD MEN IN OFFICE We. of tk» Loltwoed Art*, tijen* li« tnfidacj of TED SULLIVAN INCUMBENT X for electiea to the Beard of Edacatioa ef tie Long BeocH Uiified School District on Friday, April 5 W»vort»W.*ab«rtW. tittr Vta Knar IMn. William i »urn« Councilman Un. Anteta U. facobonl Councilmwi Ccrw Kctocfctr CoufKltom I Un. CCCTO Ny«. Jr. Of» Attorney I Un. John Tadd trim t. Wsk«y *norne» Eawrt E. tvtrf. Dr. t Mrs. Kaam Hlcii IM. 1 JAn. stjnlrt Cmf - Mr. t Vn. Bob A4*m» Ur. I Un. rut F. Ornr Dr. a Rim. JULttoa Cooocr « Frmcfs F. COTKM H«-nrIutacft Attomn Eolxrt R LnnJ Dr. l««rs.WltilniI«Hln» . . XV. I »«r». G«rn Srtckrtll «r. a Mn. Frtd S»o*n fcr I A. Fitts«rili« . John «Hd Or. a Un. Juriui C Robbiitf Dr. I Mn. Albcrl tt. Wtil Mr. t Mn. Fuji WonUfiBlm JWr. Mn. Fred Ro»t Attorney IAr». Walter Bamn Ur. I Mn. Jot Jvuraii Ur. I Mn. Halcyon im Attomn i Mrs. M. Km liixlow VOTE --VOTE --VOTE -- VOTE --VOTE Ktn Httnohitt Chairman, Sutlivan for SctiooJ Board Commit?** Flavor does it! Cool, refreshing Canned Bartlelt Pears hare an unmatched juicy goodness that $atisfics the most particular tastes. Start your salad or dessert planning icith Canned Pears and yotfll create praise-irinncrs that sparkle irith temptation. Little Divided on Red China BRADENTOX.'r*- tfl Two matronly Ud^i were overheard discussing politics and world affairs while baring coffee in a Bradenton dime store. "What do you thick about Red China?* asked one. ' "Oh. I Jon't know," said · the other. "I guess it wouk look all right if you used it en a yellow table cloth." Drain 6 Canned Pear halves, reserving syrup. Dissolve t*o 3z. packages cf Royal Strawberry Getatoi using Canned Pear syrup for part cf the liquid Pour thin layer cf gelatin in bottom cf cup ring mold. When thickened, arrange Pear halves, cut side up, in bottom cf mold. Alternate with maraschino cherries, Pour cooled gelatin mixture ever the Pear hates and chill until set. Unmold on plate and garnish with fritty lettuce. Serve with your choice cf salad dressing and see tow fast this shimmering Canned Pear salad disappears. Drain 6 Canned PearTiaJves. Melt i cup butter In 9* sq. pan. Sprinkle wfth Vz cup brewn sugar and Vt tsp. einnamoa Arrange Pear halves en top. For batter, mix 1 js cups Bfequ?ck, % cup sugar, ?i cup cocoa and add 3 tbsp. soft shortening, I egg, U cup mirk, Beat 1 mln. Gradually stir in additional \j cup milk and beat % mln. Pour batter over Pears. Bake 45 to 55 mjn. in 350 degree (mod.) overt Invert at once onto serving plate; let sugar mixture run down before reaming pan. Serve warm; plain, with whipped cream or commercial sour cream. Garnish with maraschino cherries if desired. FAOnC COAST OWNED FEM SERVKC, 212 «TH AVC, SUTUC 1. WASH. gr^enCrf ttw ar Cnmtn of OHforrij, OrTJOl Cud WrJunTJH

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