Independent from Long Beach, California on April 5, 1963 · Page 37
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 37

Publication:
Location:
Long Beach, California
Issue Date:
Friday, April 5, 1963
Page:
Page 37
Start Free Trial
Cancel

MEDICINE AND YOU Altitude Is Culprit " in Pulmonary Cases ByBENZLVSER · M**ul-Sevici tear · · Children living in high and the drug digitalis and altitudes can develop pul- after they moved to lower tnonary hypertension--high ' blood pressure of the artery between the heart and lungs. Three-in-One Salad a Treat "a condition that can lead t o h e a r t .'trouble. ^·Two Den- "yer doctors report II ins t a n c e s of pulmonar y hypertensio n among chil- ZIXSER drea living in LeadviHe and .Climax, Colo, towns more than 10,000 feet above sea leveL ' · T h e 11 youngsters were 6 weeks to 6 y e a r s old. Their most common symptoms: cough, shortness of breath, bluish-colored skin and fainting spells. Two of the children later died. The others improved aher treatment with oxygen altitudes. . Drs. G. H. Khouiy and C. R. Hawes of Children's Hospital. Denver, reporting in Journal of Pediatrics. say that children removed from a high altitude often I m p r o v e spontaneously without drugs. In most cases they can safely return to high altitudes after several yean, the doctors say. Meanwhile, the High Altitudes Research Institute of r?ma_ Peru, has studied 32 healthy children. 1 to 14 years old, bom and living in towns 14,900 and 14,200 feet above sea leveL The institute's finding, reported in American Journal of Cardiology: mild pulmonary hypertension. The condition was more pronounced in those under 5. However, there was no evidence of sickness a m o n g t h e s e youngsters. ;· Let's Explore Your Mind LET PEOPLE SOLVE THEIR OWN PROBLEMS / GOOD n SAP n V By SYLVANUS AND EVELYN DUVALL r~ 1. Let people solve their : own problems. *· Good Bad G o o d sometimes, bad 'CLUBS Variefy in '.. COfly Vr QGK friendly, effective assist-,, A i » ·£· ance. This relieves the 1 Activities often. It's right to feel that each person should work through his own problms as far as he can. But it's wrong to refuse help to a person who needs your assistance with some practical problem. Difficulties on the job, in school, with money, or in finding suitable housing often can be relieved by I . MONDAY ... Sewing and Social Club .of Anna Etheridge Tent 58, iDUV, will meet at 10 am. in Veterans Memorial Building. Luncheon at 11:30 am. .will be followed by a busi- .'cess session at 12:30 p.m. NeKe FouDc presides. TUESDAY ,. Long Beach C h a p t e r , ·DAR, will meet for a lunch, ton and program at noon in the home of Mrs. Ellis J. Mclntosh, US Argonne Ave. Miss Violet Sell. librarian, will review a book on American Indians. Mrs. John S. Moffet, regent, win report on the recent state confer- 'ence. WEDNESDAY i Belmont Shore Chapter [359. OES, wiH honor past ·matrons and patrons at 8 pjn. meeting in Belmont Shore Temple, 1630 E. Anaheim St. Edna Puckett and Bin Mayo preside. · · · · Long Beach Chapter, Gold Star Mothers of America, meet at 1 p-m. in Han 2 of Veterans Memorial Building. troubled person of his emotional pressure so that he is better able to deal with his life. The best policy is -- help |im help himself. 2. Can a great man ever find happiness? Yes. Numerous studies in social psychology show that he can never find it the way he so often depends upon, that is, by his achievements. A loving family that he neither exploits nor spoils by indulgence; a group of real friends whom he does not seek either to impress or to use; a basic sense of his own worth, not because of what he has achieved, but because of the kind of person he has become -- these are his possibilities for happiness. By MILDRED K. FLANARY t r f r** tcur . A party-in-a-irsJd--that's Magic Mountain Salad! First the towtmds--golden potato souffle salad, gay with pimiento-stuffed olives and crunchy red Spanish peanuts. Next the highlands--spicy deviled ham aspic with cucumber slices for crisp accent AM then the summit-sunny pineapple and bright cherries in a creamy cheese snow cap. For the dressing there's Mountain M I s t- French, with just a touch of peanut butter richness to flatter all the flavors. Leftover portions of any salads may be chilled in individual molds 'for party extras or later use. It's even fun to pick up the peanut theme again with a basket of crispy peanut butter cracker-sandwiches. Serve your favorite beverage, and it's a party! MAGIC MOUNTAIN SALAD (In three plateaus) Prepare the following three yala^g^ chiH 'Tntn firm in separate oblong, square or round molds of graduated sizes; place one upon the other, mountain-style. OR refrigerate in layers in one large mold. OR mold and serve salads separately. PEANUT POTATO SOUFFLE (The lowlands) I envelope unflavored gelatine \\ cup cold water 1 3-ounce package lemon-flavored gelatine «l tsp. salt 2 tblsp. vinegar lYi cups hot water 2 cups cooked diced cold potatoes Hi tsp. salt 1 tblsp. minced onion 3 tblsp. chopped pimento-stuffed olives ' YJ tsp. celery seed Pepper to taste . Yi cup mayonnaise or I salad dressing ! cup Spanish red- skinned peanuts Soften unflavored gelatine in cold water. Dissolve lemon gelatine, Yt teaspoon salt, vinegar and softened unflavored gelatine in very hot water. Chill until partially congealed, i Meanwhile toss together lightly the potatoes, l'/j teaspoons salt, onion, olives," celery salt and pepper to taste. Fold . in mayonnaise and peanuts. Turn chined gelatine mixture into a deep bowl and whip with rotary egg beater until smooth and fluffy. Fold in potato mixture. Pour into 5-cup mold or individual molds. Chill overnight or until very firm. Unmold on sen-ing plate. Garnish with parsley or chickory sprays.! SPICY HAM AND CUCUMBER SALAD (The highlands) \Yi envelopes cnflavored gelatine I cup cold water *i cop beef bouillon or tary egg beater until well blended. Chill cnti] partially congealed. Whip with rgg beater until Huffy. Fold in well-drained pineapple, cher- 1 INDEPENDENT-- Pig* B-3 ries *M peanuts. Pour Into'" 1 " »"* «"*· *"·* * Wt *** 1 -quart molds. mold or individual Chill overnight or until very firm. UnnyJd on crisp lettuce or watercress. I li MAGIC MOl/NMlN SALAD A delightful party meal all in one graceful mold! That will be your description of this M a g i c Mountain Salad. Golden Peanut Potato Souffle forms the lowlands. Spicy Ham and Cucumber Aspic brings you to the highlands. Pineapple Cherry Gelatine is the snow cap. And Mountain Mist (French dressing with a hint of peanut butter) flatters them alL--{Photo courtesy National Peanut Council) consomme 2 (l'/j oz.) cans deviled ham 1 tblsp lemon juice 1 tip. horseradish \'t tsp. frated onion Yt tsp. salt \'i cay crunchy peanut butter 1 tsp. Worcestershire sauce 3 drops Tabasco * i cup diced cucumber Cucumber slices, not peeled (optional) Soften gelatine in cold water. Heat bouillon or consomme; add softened gelatine: stir until dissolved. Add remaining ingredients except sliced cucumbers. Mix well. Pour into .4-cup mold or individual molds. If you wish to decorate mold with sliced cucumbers, chin salad until thickened but not firm. Slip in cucumber slices close to flat sides of mold. Now Open! For the Ladies! irhrrr? For Children! irhrrr? For the Family! irfcrrr? For Everyone! irhrrr? It's Beautiful! for your next Banquet or Luncheon iptcioliztng i Beautifully Redecorated Facilities CONVENIENT LOCATION -AMU* PA1K1NS 240 Ei OCEAN" BLVD. :HE-7-2201 . Carpeting Music! irhrrr? Why at [B eautiful Billiards 2 inn E. i».ir. r.sr. mvv. 11 Besutiful Brunswick Pool Tables 2 Beautiful Brunswick Snooker Tables YKTT THE MOST BEAUTIFUL POOL BOOM D» THE WOKLD Op» S F.M. la 1 AJt La£«l ... £173 Up Now lor butractienl PINE AT BROADWAY LONG BEACH YOUXG CALIFORN1AN SHOP A luxurious dicron polyester fabric with the loot of fine silk crepe specially loomed for never before wrinkle resistance and drip-dry care. Here, in a shell overblouse with fly-awiy Chill over night or until very firm. Unmold on crisp salad greens. Makes 6 servings. PLNEAPPLE CHERRY GELATINE (The snow cap) 1 J-ounce package pineapple-flavored gelatine 1 cup crushed pineapple, drained 1'i cups hot liquid (drained pineapple juice and boiling water) 2 tsp. lemon juice 1 3-ounce package cream cheese, softened \' t cup mayonnaise or salad dressing ' y j cup maraschino cher ries, sliced i cup finely chopped peanuts In a bowl dissolve pineapple gelatine and salt in combined hot water and pineapple juice. Add lemon juice, cream cheese and mayonnaise Whip with ro- CoBYenjen* Aoteport Porting eat tie Lincoln Pork Garage [126 W. BROADWAY LONG BEACH RED CROSS SHOE STORE... From our new Spring collection, left to right: TAMPA. Blick or bone soft crushed calf, blick patent! J.99 LORELEI. Blick patent/calf trim, or white calf. 14.99 SOXATA. Bone calf/tan trim, or black patent. 13-99 MFAMI. Bone or white crushed calf. 12.99 DOWJSTOWN ...NOW 4 YEARS OLD!!! Conic in and celebrate with us! Pick up a free entry blank, enter your name and address, and you could win a pair of Red Cross Shoes! Drawings on Friday, Saturday and Monday. Winners will be notified. SJORE HOURS: 9:30 TO £30 P.M.--MONDAY1AND FRIDAY 9:3XLTO 9:00 P.M. PHONE HE 6-9841

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free