Independent from Long Beach, California on April 4, 1963 · Page 68
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f t ZI.J-!4--PI4ZS SAVE MORE ON OUR OWN BRANDS! 10-YR. OLD SINGLE FIFTH $3.83 FULL QIMRTS ,$4.88 Each, 2 /or .$9 .,,- Old tf/« lour mash vsiey «ged 'lO Icng yesn. £9 proof. Smeofli. IMPORTED SCOTCH OR CANADIAN § FIFTH _ EACH FULL QUARTS $4.99 EA. PATERSON'S BEST -- light blend of whiskies distilled and blended in Scotland. CANADIAN EMPIRE -- a rare ' blend of 100% Canadian whisliei. OLDE TYME Premium Quality Imporfei jnaS, fcept 12-01. Cai or VSDKA FIFTH EACH FULL QIMRTS $3.69 EA. CRAIG'S GIN--London dry. Distilled from 100% gram reufral spirifs. $3.99 per fifth qualify. LUBOY VODKA--Made according to the formula applying to vodkas selling up to a fifth. BOURBON KENTUCKY SUPREME MILLIE'S GALLEY ip eM ° la y Plans (Accident, Toll for Tots High Installation ' ·* FIFTH Save $1.00 Reg. $4.98 100 proof bottled-In-bond Kentuelry bourbon. Robust, rle n · b o die d, flavorful in ili* fineif bourbon fradi- f ion. A sfocV-up price! · U04I Inttrm. bilrlorr · 1111 E. Artnlc, C«nipt» · S2» W. WSB.w. L»i ko«l · 1141 IrfH M, C.rnp* ·· · IS!J« S. Artaifk, Cttfftei Mushrooms-the Wonder Dish Hcenemikers to wonder what fresh mushrooms soon find themselves wondering how they fot »tong without them? What » 'delight to find a food that is so low in calories -- only C6 to a pound -- but that is still rich in B vitamins, minerals and protein. Not only that, but fresh mushrooms can be served at any meal to make it a more interesting and more nutritious one. Preparation is a breeze-simply wipe fresh mushrooms with a damp paper towel and proceed to use in your favorite manner. Real mushroom fans eat them raw a* well as cooked with equal pleasure. Never soak mushrooms, as those precious minerals and vitamins are water soluble. If you feel you must wash them, do it quickly under a cold water spray, dry immediately on paper towelling. However you prepare fresh mushrooms, remember not to over cook. This is especially important in sauteing, as they will turn dark and rubbery if overcooked. Saute Is Not to Fry! To saute is to cook on a I heavy griddle or skillet, I with sufficient surface to I place mushrooms so that they do not touch each other, using only enough butter or butter and oil combined to prevent sticking. The skillet should be hot when the mushrooms are placed on it, but never so hot that the butter turns brown. As soon as the edges begin to brown and the centers have a cooked appearance, turn each mushroom. Lightly brown on other side. Remove from skillet, salt lightly and use as desired--in their glory alone or combined with many other dishes. The sauteing process only takes about five minutes, but properly done it is the best investment in time youll ever make for a delectable treat So stick' with your mushrooms for | 4 to 5 minutes, treat them with tender, loving care, and they wifl reward you in kind. Add sauted mushrooms to scrambled eggs just be- who used I 'ore serving, for added into io ·=i! ! ttr **t and nutrition. Sauted mushrooms ire a real glamourizer for otherwise everyday vegetables. Add to cooked string beans just before sen ing. Toss and serve piping hot. The old standby of sau- ted mushrooms as a meat accompaniment comes in for a change when \\ cup dairy sour cream, 1 tsp. chopped chives,' and '/i tsp. sweet basil are-added to mushrooms just before removing from skillet The Long teach Chapter imately 17 nfilioa American Order of DeMolay will con duct its Slst of officers Saturday at 7:30 p.m. La the Belmont Misonic Temple, 1630 E. Anaheim St Officers to be installed are: Dennis Dahlman, master councilor; John Hoehn. senior councilor; Ken Mueller, junior councilor. Past Master Coun- cilcr Marshall Saiger will pre side. A dance will follow the installation. Members of the BOSTON (UPI) -- Approx-lpen more children between the ages of I and 21 will be injured, maimed or lulled in accidents in 195X ] The Children's H o s p i t a l Medical Center made t h i s estimate a f t e r a year-long study of accidents involving j] children. The Center also found: --That about 15 mfflioa w,i these accidents are a voidable. IJ --That accidents, the No. 5, cause of death ia children' in 1900, are DOW the No. 1|] dren are hungry or t i r e d , when mother is ill or pregnant, when a child's environ-] parents. ch3- ment suddenly chiagts, and when children are ia the care of people other t h a n their DeMolay Mothers Club' are cause. hostesses for the evening. | --That accidents win hap-1 Amistad to View \ Movie REDONDO BEACH--Films on Mexico win be shown »t tonight's meeting of AmisUd Y Ayudi Hub, at 340 Kuhn Drive, Manhattan Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kuhn will s«rve as host for the 8 pjn. meeting. The club's membership is open to persons interested in the Spanish language. Meetings serve as social gatherings with "friendship and aid" as theme, Mrs. Charlotte Strutzel, of Palos Verdes, president, explained. Members gather clothing 1 and other goods for distribution among persons Irving in border towns. The current p r o j e c t helps residents.of Tecate, lower California. IOWA PORK SHOPS Sets Talk on Flowers I SAN PEDRO -- A talk by, Merrill Grow oa flowers for the home win be featured at] the Monday meeting of the, Reading Section of the Ameri-| can Association of University Women, San Pedro chapter. Miss L o u i s e Mansfield. 1455 Sunnyside Terrace, wiH be hostess for the 9u50 a.m. meeting. New officers of the AAIAV are Maes. Glenn Theye, president, Roger G r i g g s and James H. Richardson, vice presidents; Kenneth F. Pea-', geot, secretary and Verner E.: Swenson, treasurer. A joint installation ceremony with the Palos Verdes-Rollmg HHls brarxh will be conducted I June 1 with Dr. Margaret Fagia, state president, installing officer. Expansion Abroerd NEW YORK (UPI-Newsweek raagarine reports VS. firms increased capital spending abroad try $251 million during the third quarter of ,1562. Ose-Doy Service fiat Skiff Leiirfry Repairs end AHtraHeit bLUE nil zirru (ecctifil DyeTig Knit tlocl'itg Leafier Specialist "Only a Few Minutes From Your Home C L E A N E R Y 1250 ORANGE Special Cash Carry Prices |Spce!ab Good Thm Sat, April 6 BAR M BONEUSS. FULLY COOKED CHECK THIS PRICE! EXTRA FLAVORFUL CORNED BEEF ROUND FARMER JOHN SLICED BACON · ^ ^3s^ YES! WE CUT, WRAP DELIVER AT NO EXTRA CHARGE SwHt's Premium Protea Sides and pearler Beet for Your Freezer. BELMONT VILLAGE MARKET HAIOID SimtS. Owt.r Casfom Meats--C«t To Order 202 COVINA BELMONT SHORE 433-8593 Free Pcrliag Across Tie Sf reef IHours: 9-6 Deity -- Closed Sunday SWIFTS PROTEN BONELESS STEW MEAT (Details of money-saving offer on pack at your food store now) Ocean Spray Cranberry Sauce · , (Whole berry or jellied)' There'are'so'many wonderful ways to'use'crarv berry sauces that we want to introduce you to them with a whopping 20« saving.^ Buy'the'two-can pack at your favorite'food store, Mai! the labels, either from this pack, or any 2 Ocean Spray sauce labels to Ocean Spray, Box 3-B, Mount Vemon 10, N.Y. Include your return address. s Well send you a coupon worthlSO* on your.next"purchase.of two 11b: cans of Ocean Spray sauce. TRY THIS HAM GLAZE RECIPE I. Mix one can jettisd cranberry sauce (beaten fill saucy) or Whole berry cranberry sauce with 16 cup brown sugar (parked). Spoon over scored clcve-stucfded ham the last half hour of baking. Heat extra sauce to serve with sficed hant WITH TURKEY WHOLE BERRY SAUCE ON PANCAKES WITH CH!CKEN4N-A-BASKET WITH FROZEN DINNER WITH PORK CHOPS CRANBERRY GELATIN SALAD WHOLE BERRY SAUCE ON ICECREAM WITH ANY COLO CUTS HEIGHTEN THE FLAVOR, BRIGHTEN THE PLATE WITH OCEAN SPRAY

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