Independent from Long Beach, California on May 23, 1957 · Page 61
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3--P 8 24--P 1 i--ro £ i r i INDIMNDtNT.ntU-miOIAM it*l.,M«rll, 1*17 Milk Will'Add Abundance of Right-Food. Nutrients Milk Is « 'round the clock food, versatile In lu use In meals or for between meal and evening innckti. It may be served In many refreshing ami tempting ways and In addition will ndd an abundance of essential food nutrients to the dally diet. At home or nway from home It adds a sparkle to meals. Children and adults need mljk dally In quantities of three to four or more cups for children and at least two cups for adults. From early morning until bedtime cold refreshing milk Is a favorite beverage of all ages. Milk may also be Included In nearly nil forms of cooked foods Ihat grace the family table. For breakfast, used In cooked cereals or with ready-to-cat cereals: In pancakes, waffles or French toast; and (at poaching eggs, milk should be on hand In every homo to start the day on a sound nutrition basis. For other meals throughout the day milk may be Included In creamed soups, creamed sauces, souffles, casserole dishes, salads, and In desserts. It Is the ilngle 'most complete food, and one of the least expensive In proportion to Its food values. Try these recipes to add variety and assure good nutritious meals throughout the day. MILK ruuiT siinun 1 cup crushed strawberries and JuiCfl ni|i tinmen Julrn cup Innnn Juice. l '/i cup migar Few grain* salt 1 quart chilled mlllc Combine chilled Ingredients and beat with rotary healer. Pour Into cold glass and serve. Makes 4 to fc servings. CKEAMKD HAM, CAULIKLOU'KK !J cup butter ',, cu| flour !i tea*|Hm milt lluuli iir pepper 2 eiip nillli 1 cup dleed rooked smoked liutt, ham or Cmiudlan hawn 1 medium »lz«l cauliflower, rooked Melt butter In saucepan over heat and blend In flour. Add milk slowly stirring constantly nnd cook until sauce Is smooth and thickened. Add ham and allow to heat through. Pour over cauliflower. Sprinkle with paprika or finely chopped par «ley, !a teaspoon ot prepared mustard may lie added lo the sauce If desired for a nippier flavor. Makes li servings, CAKE CKUMB CUHTARD .1 cup* milk, icttMed 2 enp» dry »pnni(p, nr butter CHUB rruiiihn Z FKKH. (llRlllly beaten .1 tublpupuunii mignr, nr honey '/i teuspoim «lt " lrtl)lfii|Ki(in» butter, melted 1 teaspoon vunlllii Pour milk over the cake crumbs and allow the mixture (o stand until the crumbs are softened. Deal eggs slightly, add sugar, salt, melted butter, and Vanilla. Add crumb mix- lure lo eggs gradually, stirring constantly. Pour Into lightly :iuttered custard cups and set No Rain as Yet, Still Hopeful VICTOIUA W1--A new three year contract with a rain-making firm has been signed by Drltlsh Columbia Power Com mission, although n 13. C. re search council report said no change In rainfall had occurred In any area as n result of cloud- seeding. In a pan of hot water. Bake in a moderate oven, 330 degrees P., for about 35 to 40 minutes, or until a knife Inserted In the center comes out clean. Chill; serve with cream or fruit. Makes 6 servings. L'l.TKA-MODKKN nr AN- THJUK -- to sell or buy, Classified Ads do It for you. Call HE 2-5959. Unfair Labor Cases Drop CHICAGO (i:.n--The Com- mercn Clearing House reported it employers and employes alike contributed to labor harmony during 19M by filing fewer charges of unfair labor practices. The CCH, after reviewing the S'atlonal Labor R e l a t i o n s Board's annual report for the ' past fiscal year, reported ll showed a drop of 14.7 per cent in the filing of such charges In federal courts. The decrease, the CCH said, ·eversed.an Upward trend start- ng In J953, and was marked ·iy a total of 3,522 cases during Ifljfi, comparcdjo ·I.3fi2 for 1955. PLANT SOLD rWnltcrF. Richard (left) and Charles G. DcCoudrcs, who recently sold the Hoyul Press Ltd., 535 Locust Ave., which" they had owned for many years, say "Goodbye" to some of the equipment.--(Staff) Richardson, DeCoudres Sell Royal Press Ltd. It's the end of an era.... Walter K. lilchurdson nml Charles C". DoComliTs have TMld Hague, nnd he went to San Francisco to cover the 1915 ex- |X)sitlon for the Jersey City (ho lloyal Press Ltd., 535 Lo-jllerald He traveled on the oust A\o. which they operatedJKroonlaml. one of the first for many years, New owners boat* through the Panama are Harry Stanley nnd Fred Canal. The Krounlaml got stuck Wagner. in tho mud. and ship and pas- Uichardson established the|s«"KiTS stayed there for six Royal Press, with one press, in weeks, nt 7th St. and A storeroom American Ave. In the fall of 1922. Then he moved to Ilrd St. nnd Locust Ave., then 229 K. 4th-St. In 1932 he and DeCoudres liecumc partners and moved Into the present location, which was built for an Essex automobile salesroom. · · · · Till: 1'I.ANT now has six "IT COST the steamship company thousands of dollars, but \ve had n pretty good time--trips Into the jungle and everything," Richardson recalls. He owned nnd operated the Lemont (111.) Optimist before coming to California. Richardson has a wife, Ava; a son, Waller J., an architect; u grandson, Mark, '1. DeCoudres Is the son of T. L, presses. The building, known asj DcCoudn ,, wno cnme ,,, LonE the Printing Center llldg., also Bcacn UI 3898 ,,,,,, for many houses the Queen City Kngrav- Ing Co., Llthgow Hook Uindcry nnd Sierra Paper Co, Richardson has been a print »r for 52 years, lie started as an apprentice on tho Salt Lake Tribune In 1905. he worked on papers In the Goldfield nnd Tonopah. Nev., gold boom In 19073910, He worked on practically nil the large papers from San 1'rancisco lo New York. He worked Herald, on the Jersey City o w n e d by "Doss" many years was superintendent, of the Long lieneh National Bank Building, now occupied by the Security First National bank. He played Poly and University of California football before World War I, He has a wife, Dorothy; son, Charles; daughter, Mary Alice Pfelffer; six grandchildren. Neither Itlchardson nor De- Coudres expects to retire. They will take vacations, then go into some kind of business. . PERFECT COMBINATION Plump, juicy wieners combine perfectly with potatoes in a tie luxe oven dish. Wieners, too, lire delicious for snacks, sandwiches, patio parties and for quick barbecuinR In your own' backyard. Try this Potato Sulad Deluxe the next time you want somc- thlnc extra special,--(Oscar Mayer Wieners Photo.) Quick Oven Dinner With Potato Salad » .Miumi:i) K. ruvNAitv Make way for this quick- conking oven dinner Icnturlnc 1'olato Sulad Deluxe made with plump, juicy, tnsty wlcncrs, It's « 30-mlnutc inriil that you'll like to serve olton on Lusy fcprlnK ilny.i. Individual lemon Relatln sal- nd.H filled with nuts, upplo slices iind celery hits can easily I)C niatp n day early. Complete the menu with haul rolls nnd a Kim- lly delicious I'ciich Cobbler. Vollowlnc arc tho recipes you'll want to file In your Jiffy meal Ideas: {·) twp. fliiiiiiiiion 1 r»n refrigerated liliciilt* Combine sugar and cornstarch in sauce pan. Stir In peach juice and cook over low heat until slightly thickened. Add peaches and cinnamon. Pour Into 8-Inch square pan, top with biscuits and hake 20-23 minutes at 400 degrees. Serves C. J'OTATO HMMt IIK1.UXK \ t Hi. wlrnrr* . 4 rup» cooked rllbeil potatoes 1 pfcc. frozen rut Rreen beam ',4 cup rhop|HMl unlun 1 j «'U| naiad oil ',( nip vinegar 1', t»|i. mil Iu«h I*!'! 1 " 1 Cut wieners In coin size pieces. Toss lightly with cubed jxitatocs, onion and cooked IXNUIS. Combine vine-car, oil and seasoning. Pour over xulud mix Hire and ntlr carefully. Place In 2 quart greased casserole. Hake L'3-30 minutes at 400 degrees. Serves 6. KAHV I'KACH CO1I1ILKK I nips Tunned ppBchrt l!j tbl»p. cornitarch New Cocktails for Lord Mayor LOS ANGELES CT)--Several' taverns created special cocktails honoring the local visit of Dublin's Jewish Lord Mayor. One Is n blend of Irish whiskey and kosher wine. Another version! Is Irish coffee with matzos floats. . No Wild Pets MINNEAPOLIS IUI!_Young wild,animals should be left In the fields and forests and not adopted ns pets, according to V. W. Johnson, supervisor of Minnesota's game wardens. Even though they appear to be lost, Johnson said, the chances are the mother Is close by keoplnz n watchful eye on her offspring, THE FINEST MAYONNAISE AND SALAD DRESSING THAT MONEY CAN BUY--COMPARE IT WITH ANY BRAND-BOYS BRAND IS BEST! WHIPPED DRESSING TAN'GY-TASTY BOYS SAMDWICH SPREAD "KITCHEN FRESH BOYS WHOLE-EGG ·vNVJtf" 1 \ \ l QUART JAR "7* 1 * QUART JAR QUART JAR Fruits-Vegetables FRESH-- CRISP-- YOUNG--TENDER Coachella Valley C O R N 4 is 19 C FRESH-- CRISP-- YOUNG-- TENDER C A R R O T S 2 ron ii tun mozu CHICKM THIGHS or DRUMSTICKS '.I: TUNA PIES CAKE MIX SARDINES MUSTARD 59 CHICKEN-OF-THE-SEA FRESH-FROZEN , I-OZ. PKG. ' PILLSBURY CHOCOLATE, WHITE, YELLOW OR SPICE ii-oz. PKG, 3'/4-0:. CAM CUSTOM HOUSE MAINE VETS DOG FOOD ISVj.OZ. CAN MORIHOUSE . 2-LB, IAD I] roi DI LUII MIIII CHICKEN BREASTS KITCHEN CHARM WAX PAPER nt. L.- C.IIO FRESH. CRISP ROMAINE LETTUCE 2 10-,. Heads 1 EXTRA FANCY WASHINGTON WINESAP A P P L E S 2 29 C --* DELICATESSEN HEN TURKEYS 43 FRESH FROM THE CORN COUNTRY R9B HALF PORK LOIN 4%tf%£ ROASTJ9. Ib FENDER. LUSCIOUS, PINK, MOUTH-WATERING ROASTS FROM THE FINEST CORN.FED PORKERS EVER! LOIN-END PORK AM mrm C Ib ROAST EXTRA LEAN AND MEATY Cinlir-Cut loin PORK "9 fl* CHOPS 79* FRESH, UAH, TENDER J ft* SMALL SIZE rORK IK ilj. SPARERIBS Tlf 1 * IOWA BRAND TENDER SMOKED A A t f PICNICS 00 TTT. F. ' ARMOUR'S C0fc9 PICNIC' ^ $ / U * SHOULDERS ORAND TASTE, OARUC FLAVOR ALU-BEEF MIDGET SALAMI r «-BAKERY 51 ^ A DIL.CIOUS COMIINATIONI S RHUBARB t! STRAWBERRY t* : ' ^Lakewood * Center' 4600 D A N E L A N D . -Open Dally and Sunday. 9 A.M. to 10 P. M Friday Till 11 Speelali for Thurc.. Frt.. Sat., Sun.. May 23. 24. 25. 26 WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES t ADD SALES TAX TO TAXABLE ITEMS

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