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    —THE CAROLINA TIMES SATURDAY, DEC. 25, 1965
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CARNATION
| COOKING HINTS
I HOME SERVICE DIRECTOR AND HER STAFF I SCOTT
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Serve festive Tutti Fruitti Freeze for festive occa
sions. Make it ahead and freeze it until serving time.
Carnation Evaporated Milk adds smoothness and
calorie-lightness to Tutti Fruitti Freeze. Use Carnation
often. It's the milk for cooking!
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TUTTI FRUITTI FREEZE
(Makes I>4 quarts)
1 cup (8-«unce jar) '/j c«P water
chopped candied fruit Vi cup sugar
'/i cup pineapple juice 2 egg whites
1 teaspoon Vj cup (small can) undiluted
unfavored gelatine CARNATION EVAPORATED MILK
2 tablespoons pineapple juice 1 tablespoon lemon juice
Soak candied fruit in the 'j cup pineapple juice for 30 minutes
Soften gelatine in the 2 tablespoons pineapple luice. Dissolve
over hot water Combine 'j and '5 cup sugar in a
saucepan and cook to soft ball stage 1 when syrup is dropped in
cold water it can be picked up. but flattens 1 Beat egg whites
until stiff, but not dry Pour the sugar syrup over the egg
whites in a fine stream, heating constantly. Add the dissolved
gelatine and continue beating until mixture thickens slightly.
Drain candied fruit and fold into gelatine mixture Chill
Carnation in refrigerator tray until soft ice crystals form
around edges of tray (10-15 minutest. Whip until stiff 1 1 min
ute) Add lemon juice and continue whipping until rcry stiff
(1 minute longer) Fold whipped Carnation into egg white
mixture Pour into refrigerator trays. Freeze until firm 1 about
2 hours) Slice or spoon into parfait glasses Serve topped
with candied cherries, if desired.
SUMMER FEDERAL EMPLOYMENT
DEADLINE IS SET FOR JUNE 3,1966
WASHINGTON, D. C.—Stu
dents and others seeking em
ployment for the Summer with
Federal government agencies
in clerical-type position must
pass an examination in ac
cordance with new civil serv
ice regulations.
Secretary of Labor W. Wil
lard Wirtz warns that the dead
line for making application to
take this examination Office
and Science Assistant Exami
nation—is January 3rd.
Applications may be secured
at most Post Offices and school
employment offices. Applica
tions and additional informa
tion may be secured at Civil
Service Regional Offices in
Atlanta, Boston, Chicago. Dal
las, Denver, New York, Phila
delphia, St. Louis, San Francis
co and Seattle, or from the
United States Civil Service
Commission, 1900 E. Street N.
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fO-yi be yowu!
Thompsons Esso Service Center
242S FAYETTEVILLE STREET (NCC 54) PHONE 6f2-14JJ
W., Washington, D. C. 20415.
Clerical-type jobs include
stenographers, typists, messen
gers, etc. They will be filled
only from this special nation
wide Office and Science Assis
tant Examination involving a
written test. Late applications,
after January 3, 1966—wi1l not
be accepted and no opportunity
will be afforded for repeat or
ma k e-up examinations. No
scores on any other test will
be accepted as qualifying for
summer employment at these
grade levels. The written test
will be given on February 5,
1966 and rating notices mailed
by March 1.
Recipients of eligible ratings
may then until April 16,
1966 apply to any three
agencies of their choice. The
few temporary jobs at GS-5
and above will as in the past
require a college degree.
THE CAPTAIN
WAS A LADY
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For a girl of nineteen to sail
a clipper ship 5,000 miles
around two continents through
storm and frigid weather, her
captain-husband and two other
officers ill below decks, and a
mutinous first officer in irons,
is one of the all-time epics of
the high seas.
The heroine in this stranger
than - fiction adventure was
Mary Patten whose husband,
Captain Joshua Patten, was
assigned to sail the clipper
"Neptune's Car" from New
York to San Francisco in
1856.
Below decks, as recorded in
the historic "disaster books"
of the Atlantic Mutual Insur
ance Company, was a cargo
then valued at SBOO,OOO, ap
praised today at $10,000,000.
During the first few days
out of New York, "Neptune's
Car" sailed on uneventfully.
Then tragedy struck. In mid-
Atlantic, Captain Patten had
to depose his chief mate. Ma
laria then felled the Captain
and his two remaining officers.
Responsibility for navigating
the 1,616-ton "Neptune's Car"
now rested on Mary Patten.
Faced with the decision to re
turn to New York or sail on,
she ordered: Sail on!
Atlantic JMutual's records
show that in rounding Cape
Horn only Mary's skill kept
the clipper from capsizing in
th e wintery, storm - buffeted
Antarctic.
When not at the helm, Mary
was down in the cabin tending
her now blind and deaf hus
band and the other sick.
Miraculously after 55 days
at sea, "Neptune's Car" en
tered San Francisco harbor.
Observing her arrival, the cap
tain of the clipper "Intrepid"
noted, "Few shipmasters could
have excelled Captain Patten's
wife."
Few realized that Mary was
more of a heroine ... for all
this time she was carrying an
unborn child.
For her feat, many tributes
followed. On behalf of the At
lantic Mutual and co-insurers,
the Board of Underwriters
presented her with a tribute
and SI,OOO several years'
wages. The noted orator Ed
ward Everett called her the
"Florence Nightingale of the
Ocean."
hy Thompson
WM/Af \RY THE ADVENTURES ANODERRWG-DO Of SEOKI AGENT 007
■P\ WIU. LEARN MORE ABOUT THEIR FAVORITE HERD WHEN
"THE INCREDIBLE WORLD OF JAMES BOND "
fc 'cOHRERY NARRATES TRE SAEC/AL SMW,
ACCOMPANIED BY HIS BEAUTIFUL MOVIE HEROINES.
RCHDtSU WORLD OF JAMES BORDA
) Wia BE BROUGHT TO TUEVISION BY PEPSICO, INC AND
\ ITS FAMILY OF PRODUCTS (PEPSI-COLA ANP
yJH A THE PROGRAM WIU.INVESTIGATE 0076 POPULAR
APPEAL ANP REVEAL HOW BOND'S SPECTACULAR
IWiM FILM TRICKS WERE STASEP/ [j
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L. Z. Craft Promoted to Asst.
Agency Director of N. C. Mutual
Effective January 1, 1966, L.
Z. Craft, Manager of the Golds
boro District of the North Car
olina Mutual Life Insurance
Company is being promoted to
Assistant Agency Director to
succeed W. L. Cook who will
retire on December 31, 1965.
This announcement has been
made by A. T. Spaulding, presi
dent. A veteran employee of
North Carolina Mutual, Craft
began his career with the
Company as an agent on the
Durham District under the
Management of W. L. Cook in
1938.
In 1943 he was appointed
Assistant Manager of this Dis
trict, and in 1951, he was
transferred to the Newark Dis
trict as Staff Manager. In 1958,
he assumed the duties of Man
ager of the Goldsboro District.
A native Mississippian, Craft
attended Tuskegee Institute,
the LIAMA Management School
and is a graduate of LUTC. In
Notes of Cheer!
Turner's Beauty &
Barber Supplies Inc.
PHONI 411-7555
1 43! I. PITTIGMW ST.
1958, he became an LUTC In
structor.
He has served as a mem
ber of the North Carolina State
Planning Commitee, and Chair
man of the Motivation Com
mittee.
A member of St. James
AMEZ Church, and a Bible
Class Instructor, Craft is mar
ried to the former Miss Rosa
L. Josey and they are the par
ents of three children.
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On the Home
Front of N. C.
(N«w» Items thlt w«*k from
N«w Hanover, Halifax, and
Franklin Counties.)
BETTER HOUSING
EMPHASIZED
"Better Housing for Better
Living" is being emphasized in
Ne*.v Hanover County. Persons
who anticipate building or re
modeling are being invited to
attend meetings on various
phases of housing. Just recent
ly, they had a meeting on con
struction features.
According to Mrs. Rebecca
Hall, home economics Exten
sion agent, they hope these
special meetings will encourage
families to make needed home
improvements.
USING A FOOD PLAN
Do you know how to save
money on your grocery bud
get? Mrs. Ruth Whiteworth,
home economics Extension
agent, says Halifax County
homemakers have found that
they can save money by using
a food plan for the family.
A food plan helps a home
maker to plan wisely, buy
economical foods, prepare
foods in a variety of ways, and
serve the foods attractively.
4-H AWARDS GIVEN
At the annual achievement
program, the 4-H'ers are recog
nized for special activities dur
ing the year.
Mrs. Margaret Baldwin, home
economics Extension agent,
says Franklin County 4-H'ers
really compete for honors dur
ing the year. Charlena Sneed
received a SSO saving bond as
first place winner in the fruit
and vegetable use demonstra
tion. She also received the
county's most outstanding 4-
member. Jacquelyn Drive re
ceived a medal as county win
ner in the junior sewing dem
onstration contest, $5 for be
ing the winner in the corn
meal muffin contest, and fabric
for a skirt and blouse for her
sewing project.
Receives Award
For Sculpture
GREENSBORO, N.C. Horace
Flarlowe, a member of the Bennett
college art faculty, on Wednesday
night was awarded a SI,OOO prize
ft>r his sculpture, "Limestonp," in
the North Carolina Artists' Annual
Exhibition at the North Carolina
Museum of Art at Raleigh.
MfRRYC «p.
| PHONE 682-9295
. . , answers questions about
Junior Miss etiquette,
grooming and interests. ,
Q. I'm too short. I know I
shouldn't worry, but I'm shorter
than any of my friends. I want
to at least look taller, so what
can 1 do? "»
A. Think • I! It's all in the
way you staiiJ. the way you
dress, and the way you wear
your hair. Stand tall head
up. shoulders back, tummy in,
and seat tucked under. Choose
straight or A-line dresses and
skirts, never full ones. Vertical
lines make you look taller, hori
zontal lines the opposite. When
you wear two-piece outfits, be
sure they are all one color.
More than one color divides
you in the middle. Keep your
hair short, slightly uplifted, and
avoid bangs. You'll look taller
and thinner too!
Q. Fainting with water colors
is my latest hobb). But it's so
hard to paint without dripping
colors or water all over "my
desk. What can I do?
A. That's easy! Simply cover
the entire desk or table top
OUR KIND PATRONS
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with absorbent Kleenex paper
towels before you start. Keep •
few more double-layer towels
handy so you can mix colors
or dry brushes on them. When
you're through, wash and dry
your brushes, put away your
supplies, and discard the mess
on the table with the towels!
Q. I just got Invited to the
greatest party! I can hardly
wait! Except for one thlag
I never know what to do whe«
it's time to leave. I in* sort of
disappear. What should I do?
A. This party sounds extra
special! When you're having a
really good time, it's not easy
to leave. Don't let the final mo
ments ruin a great party. When
it starts to break up. tell your
friends good-by. thank your
hostess, and tell her how much
you enjoyed yourself. Then
leave. You don't have to stay
to the very end to show what a
good time you're having! Still
concerned? Call the hostess the
next day to tell her again how
nice the party was.
    

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