The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa,  on August 13, 1964 · Page 26
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The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 26

Ottawa, Canada
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Thursday, August 13, 1964
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i ' 1 1 1 t r KiSnJ; i . I V ism 1 V V l ' .!:-'-.-,.- r " . , i r. .- , j " n is. ' 1 A iii 1IMITI0 . H cup chepped maraschln cup lemea Juice . ' I cope augar , 'I package (IK ) powdered fruit pectin Pare, cor and chop or coarsely grind pear to mak three cups. Pare orange, remove seeds; chop or grind orange, Combine In large' (tlx-to eight-quart) kettle pear, orange, pineapple and its syrup, almonds, cherries and I moo Juice. Measure augar and t aside. . : ' 1 Stir pectin Into fruit mix-' ture, mixing well. Place over high beat and stir until mix- t4olM ;y:Je- wins :y.t. Mllil-J Li, ; H A " 'inii T jl. aliji ON THE MALL ' 3 - 47 CHAMBERS ST. . ' SMITHS FALLS ; Strawberry bed should be renovated inunediately' after harvest to prepare the plant for next year's crop. Horticulturists with the Ontario Agriculture Department . recommend thinning the row to eight or 10 inches. In . width.' Thi can be plisbed by hand tools, rotary v. ii ; i 4 1 ; i"-" n mi k'dif- - """ - ' Vv lSiP m 1 iczo fo "gave you ;.. v 26 THE OTTAWA JOURNAL THURSDAY. AUGUST 13, 1964.'. GRANT PERMITS who ought, tylwii! here after ! .Good Tastes Come From Bountiful ;Pear Harvest I STOCKHOLM (Reuters) leaving the EastGermaa -Sweden hat iranted three-month day thip Voelkerfreunoschert ! residence permits to lis Czech. la week. " , Fresh Bartlett pears from California are most ! abundant In market during August and Septem- ber. This year's crop is a large one, and It Is only S , logical that the golden-ripe fruit wjll find itself ! on an increasing number of menus during,. the Summer and early Fall. I A timpry-made dessert aa I also be sumptuous one, a is clearly indicated by "Broil- ed Caramel Peart." Tender pear halves are broiled in butter and caramel sauce with ' ! MTli- v I -i i I - .. . - - --" BROILED PEARS . . . FOR DESSERT SAVE MORE During Our ' ' AUGUST FUR SALE Ql2 IT RJdeaa Street Z3S-S5M SEX NO BAR - . MONTREAL (CP) - Women' lifeguards in the tnairrity at suburban Westmount municipal pool find their sex no disadvantage in maintaining discipline. "Men respect and obey us," tayt Helen Renaud, chief lifeguard at the pool. "No one teem to think we're incompetent because we're women." . sprinkling of roasted diced al monds. An even easier desrt to please the palate is an assortment of favorite cheeses,, served with whole fresh pear.' Bright and gay "Harlequin Pear Conserve" is a mixture of chopped fresh pears,' orange, maraschino cherries,. ' crushed pineapple, roasted diced almonds and " lemon JuiceT' A tasty spread for , breakfast toast, it car) double as an ice cream sundae sauce. ROILED CARAMEL PEARS . J fresh Bartlett peart Salt . 1 tablespoon butter er margarine, melted ) tables pawn roasted diced al meads H to cup caramel sauce Pare, halve and core peart! ' Sprinkle both tide with tall. Place cut-tides down in eight-or-nine-inch pie pan. Pour butter over peart and. place under broiler four to six inch-' et from source of heat on ; to two minutes. Remove and turn peart cut- tides up. Place one teaspoon almonds in each pear; spoon caramel sauce over peart. " Run under broiler on minute. Serve each pear half in shallow bowl with hot caramel sauce spooned over top. Dai- lop with whipped cream if you wish. Mikes tlx servlngi. HARLEQUIN PEAR ! CONSERVE 1 Ik, fresh Bartlett pears I rug ; i I'-.-- : i can (U ex.) crashed ncn nrrr firing . r?rn fvtcr v i ,. , . a rtak I ikuout c y . , run tuoot ,. ', 'it-1 ' X; :. ture comes to, a hard boil, other container and teal ac-1 glasses; ' cover at once with Stir in augar. Bring to full cording to -manufacturer' Vi-mcb layer hot paraflin.) 'rolling boil and boil hard on direction. (Or stir and skim Cool completely; store in cool, minute. Remove from heat; conserve alternately for five dry place. " - - i skira oft foam. ' minute to prevent fruit from Make, about seven hal& Ladle into sterilieed Jars or floating. Ladle quickly into pint. ' ' - . ' ! 1 1 ' ' - - 'I1 Renovate Berry Patch For the Fall I the fertilizer on the toil around the plant or over the dry foliage and immediately brush off. Watering will aid in carrying : the fertilizer down to the plant roots. Shallow cultivation should be carried out between the rows. during the rest of the Summer. . It may lso be necessary to trim off any run- hoe or garden tractors. The top of the plants . .NUDISTS ANTI-TOPLESS . should be mowed off. using AURORA Out. (CPMIuditu a rotary mower set high attending lbs loth annual East- . enough to avrtddamsge to Canadian Sunbathing Asto- the crowns. Tnen rake on ... , . . the old foliage and destroy cU,OB u Mt to U, north" of. Toronto wer asked by When weeds have been re-. a reporter what they think of moved and thinning Is com-, topleaa bathing tuiu for women, pleted,, apply . commercial "They're obscene." said a fertilizer such a 10-10-10 at blonde nudist "People like that the rate of 1)$ to two pound are trying to be ssxy. Total nu- per 29 feet of row. Spread dity it so natural." urn & mfmi4 t& mm mm i MMV:!:?Jt'JW4 ,-CTiSfnanr.m. ' I ... .,p ...... f , Aj ! Jark aa'l.tC ' Saark at, Ottawa, '.. J . 1 tn.ta, 1 mtr mNO monsy mwm m H4 ni : I .,: ssi in 1 j " nert growing between the rows. ' ' -, i - J We'll Take Your Old Fur Coat Apart Completely . . . k Wall Remove the Old Worn Out felt, ' ' it Well Clean and Glaze the Good Pelt and When They Look Like New, Well Fashion A Lovely FUR JACKET9 With a Brand New Lining and Service ' Guarantee Against Rip nd Tear For 1 Year. U DVORIUII FUIlS LTD. 256 RtDEAU ST. 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Sizes Small, Medium, large, f. r T 4 . ..... r.... .... , , , , ; SUMMER SLIMS , . , REGULAR TO 5.98 , Ladles' Summer slims In linen, poplin. " duck, and china Assorted colours' Sizes -v-'-v SUMMER i-V V'. SKIRTS REGULAR TO 5.98 ' ' Ladies' skirts In sheath, action and' pleated styles. In linen, Arnel or cotton. Assorted Summer colours. 81ses 8 18. - . CARUNGWOOD PLAZA , , , ., Opea paByt SJav. tt AM M,-; . Priday sjb. hi aJw-j V Saturday a la, to Mb M- 1 1 .99 . , y . ;:: ' : ... . . EACH .99s) - EACH y - BILLINGS BRIDGE PLAZA . , . . Opea Daily tUS aja. to M 1 A' t Friday S4S aja. U a-ak ' s ' Satarday a ajav to Bjav1 X J l f J. r j.. 1 .1

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