The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin on July 19, 1959 · Page 54
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The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin · Page 54

Racine, Wisconsin
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Sunday, July 19, 1959
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An information-packed article about your tuby's care, feeding, growth and fun. Feeding problems you can prevent Screw-on caps-Heinz newest convenience Who should hold baby's bottle? '¥T|7on*t eat" problems can start W pretty Hncakily, like thin: baby dooHn 't want all hia dinner one day. Mother worries, urgea "one more bite." Baby isn't having any, tuma his head away. • Next meal or ao, the same thing happens except mother worries and urges more. Baby balks, faster and more firmly! • If thia happena too often, normal baby behavior (not hungry— won't eat!) can turn into a real feeding problem. • You can help prevent eating problems by remembering: little fxiople's appetites vary from day to day, meal to meal. Let baby decide how much is enough. Expect him to eat less at certain times—such as when he's starting solid food, switching to Junior foods, or learning to sit up or walk, • Let b«bv piek his favorite varieties, too. For instance, he's bound to like some meats more than others. Heinz has 8 tastv 100% Strained Meats and 6 equally delicious Junior flavors to choose from. All are extra rich in complete protein—that important bone and muscle builder. • You're telling ua how much you like Heinz new convenient screw-on caps—available now on many Heinz Baby Foods! Thousands of letters from mothers all over the country praise these wonderfully convenient screw-on capa. They open with a turn, reseal just as easily. You'll find this important Heinz firat on more favorite Heinz Baby Foods soon. • Soft light often aoothea a crying little baby—but too bright a light up- aeta him. If your one-month-old is fuiay, let him look at the nursery lamp. Later, by 8 or 10 weeks, he likea to gate at bright colors—orange and red are apecial favoritea. • In our new Heina Researeh Center nutrition researchers simulate baby's diction with the most modem techmquea and equipment available. Thia leU them follow the digestive prooeaa of proteins so they can make sure that Heine Baby Foods give your little one what's best for growth and health. First with screw-on caps • Holding his own is fun—with both hanos or all fours, on occasion. Baby's do-it-youraelf ideas deserve encouragement—but in this case, you'd better stand by to be sure he doesn't gulp too fast and get the splutters. Whoever holds the bottle or tumbler. Heinx Strained Orange Juice and 5 new apple-base Fruit Juices will taste dehcious to baby! HEINZ Baby Foods Over 100 strained and junior varieties . . . including meats, cereals, juices Fmmlly Waokty Cookbook (Continued) A $10 PRIZE.WINNING RECIPE from a FAMILY WEEKLY reader Mrs. Medary Nordland, Los Angeles, Calif. CHICNKN Livens DE LUXK TO PREPARE: 15 MIN. 1 lb. rhicken liven 2 labimpoon* flour '4 rup buUer */• cup finely choppmi onion 1 tablespoon Wnrcenlmhirc sauce 1 tablespoon chili MUCC teaspoon nail M( leanpoon black pepper M teaspoon rosemary '4 lesspfNtn lh .rme Vi cup fresh mntthrooms, cicsncd, sliced, and delicately browncil in butler I cup thick sour cream 1. Rinse chicken livers with cold water and drain on absorbent paper. (Properly cleaned livers should have no trace of green gall, the substance which might cause a bitter taste.) Coat chicken livers lightly with flour. Set aside. 2. Heat butter in a large skillet. Add onion and cook until onion is transparent, occasionally moving and turning with a spoon. Add chicken livers and cook 3 to 5 min., or until lightly browned: occasionally move and turn with a spoon. 3. Add Worcestershire sauce, chili sauce,.salt, pepper, rosemary, and thyme. Stir in the mushrooms and cook 5 min. 4. Remove skillet from heat and stir in the sour cream, 1 tablespoon at a time. Heat thoroughly; do not boil. Arrange on a warm serving platter. Garnish with rings of sieved hard-cooked egg white, sieved hard-cocked egg yolk, and finely minced parsley. Serve immediately with fluffy cooked rirc or buttered noodles. About 4 servings 14 Leopold f Continued) I've seen. Aside from a few herring gulls sailing overhead during the Winter and the English sparrow, I saw no birds (in prison). One day was exactly like the next." He seldom leaves the immediate area of the hospital, but seems content with his routine work and the marvels of nature. The terms of his parole forbid him to travel even in the line of duty without the permission of Ralph Townsend, director of the hospital, who keeps a copy of the demanding parole agreement in his desk drawer. He is not even allowed to express himself publicly. He is specifically forbidden to talk to newspapermen or to permit his photograph to be taken. "Please don't take my picture," he begged a member of a co-worker's family who tried to snap him with a box camera. In turning down interviews with newspapermen, he repeats: "Please, I don't mean to offend." These painful relations with strangers are evidence that he still feels he has no right to hold his head high with his fellow man. Leopold's role as a "celebrity" has forced him to avoid what little social life he might have looked forward to. Soon after his arrival at Castafter, he was invited to attend Jewish Passover observances at the plush Caribe Hilton Hotel in San Juan. The nearness of the gambling casino ramily Wtekly, July 1$. t »5»

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