The Times from San Mateo, California on October 14, 1977 · Page 14
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The Times from San Mateo, California · Page 14

San Mateo, California
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Friday, October 14, 1977
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14 San Mat THE TIMES Friday, Oct. 14, Iv77 Don't Call Him a Glorified Announcer By MARIAN CHRISTY i.T, PeoP1 Mapuiln recently ran a blurb which began: If .you think Dan Rather Is overbearing, pompous and boring - on television ..." ! ' "U?,t," reforts amiable reporter of the "60 Minutes TV show, "I know I'm overbearing, pompous and boring sometimes, But, gee, It I was like that all the time, no one would watch me." ilanjisome Rather, 15, hassled Richard Ninon and eventually wrote the bestseller, "The Palace Guard." The book opened doors to campuses where Rather made ' speeches about Ma career and learned a thing or two about Ms public image. ,i "I w" flabbergasted," he says, "when people called me a Glorified Announcer. I'm a reporter. I'd like to be the best, reporter In the business.'.' Rather, who a arled out as a disc jockey, Is considered one of televi - ut - .u 'i'111 Personalities. "I'm uncomfortable wltti the glamour side of my career," fields Rather whose Idol la the late Edward R. Murrow. "But glamour goes with toe territory." Rather' says his new autobiography, "The Camera Never BUiAa," was written to dissect his motives, ambitions and adventures. "People want 'to know about guys m television." And then there's the money. "Money,", smiles Rather wop lives on Part Avenue, "I, not what moves . me. But money Is a fact of life." Do yoiL cringe at the prospect of shopping for new c!alhes7 Perk up. You may be the fashion world's woman of the future. tln?!mlcit B Pk(l dress that you snatch off boutique shelves much the way you bua hrough a supermarket. Packaged dresses are the invention of ever - smiling Liz Claiborne - , a New York - based designer who refuses to be solemn about couture. Claiborne's A - llne dresses in non - wrinkle stretch woo! come in size small, medium, large. Only a few Colors are aviljhl slmto ,..," , creation "The Dress'ln a Box'." ' Designer Dominic Rompollo,: one of Hosalynn Carter's favorites, startled the fashion' world recently by putting his new, oversiied tent dresses into the maternity boutique of Pumpkins & Monkeys, a New York store. Non - maiernlty clothes for expectant mothers? A new twist. .Designers are labeling the all - purpose look the Biggie. "There's lots of room in tents," declares Rompollo whos models stuff pillows where self - belts would ror - mally be worn. And still the models have room. "Clothes art slouchy. and large. The gap between clothes (or pregnants and non - pregnants is closing." Rompollo reports. : Punctuating the fashion point Is Rosalynr. Carter who dispatched a buyer from the Washington store, Lewis Thos. Salti, to Rompollo's New York showroom to see those tents. The buyer ordered a purple wool jersey tent, site 6, price tag, 200, for Mrs Carter who'll . be among the first In a Biggie. Paris couture openings ar,e survival tests - unless you are privileged enough to sit In Row One, also tagged Celebrity Row. Onlookers seated anywhere from Row Twd to the row directly against the back, wall are squished Into small seats In sardine - like closeness. It's awful. . Perish the thought that Row One is reserved for claustrdphoblcs. Seated; th ere are the couturier's celebrity friends who attract gaggles of photographers. ' :"' . CamerlnerneuveofChajielMentfamewastruelo 1TJ l1 1,1 hfT fMhIon' a"led Yves" tall - winter show along with French dancer ziz malre, whose past Yves - designed stage costumes are a few well - coordlnated feathers. The Slim Gourmet Mexican Fare That's Fit For Weight Watchers ni.h - rt 68 project fashlon MVvy by "arlng clolhes similar to what's on toe runway. Yves didn't show pantsuits. Both Denueve and Zizi wore p'antsuils Meanwhile, Blanca Jagger, Mick's wife and look - alike, showed up at both the Christian Dior and the Mme. ores thaw Ingi.. Both French couturiers are known for exquisitely tailored ladylike clolhes. Blanca is known for show - biz, drop - dead chic Apparently Blanca yearns to be a Hollywood actress but has never made It, Is seriously re - thinking her Image. Designer Frankle Welch of Alexandria, ,Va., has made a big name by dressing the who's who of Washine - Robbvomen y pord' udy Bird But - big hut - what's making Frarikie a millionaire are those specially designed, highly personalized scarves she Invent, for Individuals who onieTta lots of EiT T, Qlfta fW thelr dearest friends; - coo Frantae who 11 soon open a scarf boutique In Atlanta's chic Omni Interzonal Hotel, next to Hermes, whose scarves are legendary. MrrFVSkl 'r6"' "n1 C,le'tele inc,udea Pnut m - ,w... l Jlmrny Ca'ers, a blue scarf for Dina National Bank whose logo remains menneapple Occasionally F rankle gets romantic requests C W Randall a Washington businessman, recently commis: stoned her to dedijr. a scarf commemorating his love story. Randall even wanted to include in the design the date he met his wife. uu dresses women Ln the public eye, U.S. Treasurer Mrs Azle Morton, for example, s::e photographs them In her shop wiring ths fashion, they're buying "I do InsuU H 3an'1'W0S theory; "I qetly drop the him (hat Oils Is the way they should look " lalkof tneTimes By MARY JANE CLINTON Lifestyle ; - ';(. By BARBARA GIBBONS ;;i - If you like the taste of Mexico, but not the tem - vj - peralure, you must try today's Slim Gourmet jfr chicken dishes, spicy but i'jlnat hat. These easy oven - baked - dishes have all the j ; spices and seasonings we tender - tongued Yanquli - l;l:love, without, the palate - I - ; searching peppers: Without i;I - tho excess' calories', too. :;These recipes are strictly ij:low:fatf but so flavorful !;t.;that you'd : never think to Ijfcall betui'.'dieti',' Inclden - . M tally, the alcohol In the ..tequila - evaporates, along I - j 'with the. calories. Bravo! !'.' CHICKEN TEQUILA SUNRISE J lbs. cut - up frying cljiekeu 2 onions, thinly sliced :Vt cup orange juice Vi cup tequila , 1 clove garlic, minced (or pinch of instant) 2 tap. dried oregano 1 tap. cumin seeds (or tt tsp, cumin powder) - Salt and coarsely ground pepper' Spray a shallow1 nonstick baking pan. with cooking ajJiajr 1U1 .lo - iai COOKlng. . Put the chlckon pieces skin - side upj unseasoned. Place pan lit a preheated 425 - degree (hot) oven for 25 mlnuk'5, to' crlsp the skin and melt the fat. Remove from oven and pour oft all the fat. Put the onion slices under the chicken. Combine" remaining ingredients and pour over the chicken.' ''! ! Return to the oven for an additional: 20 minutes, or m.Dre, until. chicken ,ls tender and crisp arid liquid Is reduced to a thick glaze. Haste frequently with pan liquid, adding a tablespoon oE water if the liquid evaporates too much. Makes four servings, Z35 calories each. CHICKEN THIGHS ADOBO FOR TWO ("Adobo" Is the Spanish name for a seasoning that combines oregano, cumin and garlic.) 4 chicken Ihighs I small bell pepper,' seeded and diced 1 medium onion, peeled ana sneea melart$ jr. I V HtLLSOALE I TANFOBAN J Mlorff. CURITY FALL BABY SALE! 49 CURITY REGULAR 21x40 DIAPERS REG. 8. 99 SALE SOFT CARE REFOLDED BWOSEYE DIAPERS REG. 5.99 99 SALE H CURITY DAYNIGHT PREFOLDED DIAPERS REG. 9.79 799 SALE CURITY STRETCH - END PRINT CRIR SHEET 249 REG, 3.29 SALE CURfTY THERMAL KNIT RECEIVING BLANKET REG. 3.00 029 SALE X 1 1 reran i ,TSLi. B - oz. can stewed tomatoes W cup orange juice 2 tsp. vinegar Va tsp, adobo seasoning . (or generous pinches ' of garlic powder, . oregano and powdered cumin to fill a level Wisp, measure) Spray a nonstick eight - inch cake par. .with cooking H'"r Jiu - iBL . Piuce chicken thighs In pan, skin - side up': Bake in a ho.t preheated ,460 - degree j . ' oyen . 20 minutes, ' Pour off fat.; Combine remaining ingredients and spoon over chicken: Bake an additional 20 minutes or .more, basting frequently - ,' until chicken Is done and sauce is thick. About 290 calories per serving; Serve with "skinny rice1' If desired. SKINNY RICE FOR TWO (recipe may be doubled or tripled) . '.; 1 stalk celfry, finely minced 2 lbs. minced onion (or 2 tsp. instant) ',4 cup water cup quick rice Salt ana pepper to taste Combine celery, Dnion and water. Cover and simmer ID' minutes. Stir in ' rice, Cover and set aside until rice is fluffy. Season to taste. Serves two, 110 calories each.:. . r Add spice to your diet. For s complete guide to sp lee calories, Including sodium content and other nutritional and conking information, send a stamped, self - addressed envelope and 35. cents to "Slim Gourmet Spice Guide," in care of The Times, Sparta, N.J, 07871. J SAI.I.V all Popular flavors STOCK UP AMD SAVE! wBeel, Kidney. txa Miew, Burgers DOG FOOD 29cs SHU F.fFF.CTIVF. THRU t(l - l9 - ?? THE FEED 317 lonHWI AVE., BURIMGAHE OA. (L 344 - 1 ssa BR K Open mon. - sat. OSl SUNDAY 1H ST. LUKE'S GOES HOLLYWOOD Members of St. Luke Calhollc Church In Foster City who are participating in "SI. Luke's Goes Hollywood," on Oct. 28, include (from left) Jear, Allard, Mary Jean Dellaqulla, Kurt Grumbach and Bob Walsh. Both woman are sharing chairmanship of the event wltn Walsh. Guesls to Ihe dancing' party at the church are being asked 1o wear costumes depicting fhelr favorite film star or Hollywood character. Prizes will be awarded for the most original and aulh.entlc outfits and the evening will also Include lessons In a variety of .dances Karen Lustgarden of the KPIX Evening Show will give the dance instructions while San Francisco disc Jockey Mark Davidson provides Ihe music. The evening Is open to the'publfc and tickets may be purchased from Bert Treemonl or Kurt Grumbach of Foster City. Those obtained prior lo Salur - day will Include a complimentary drink ticket for the no - host bar which opens al 8:30 p.m. The music starts a 9 p.m. LEAGUE DOINGS , . . Last week was a busy one for Peninsula League members with both , a monthly luncheon and a Saturday night steak fry with husbands on the calendar . . . Bobbie and Jack Swift opened their me for the annual barbeque on a balmy evening Members prepared their own steaks to accompany the hors d'oeuvres and specialties prepared by Holey Head's committee, composed of Jean Cowaa, Jaa Lyons Evelyn Goddard, I'am Appleby and Betty Moiumpay. Honey also prepared lunch with Soaja Harris for toe monthly league meeting at Pat Crafts' home . . . Main topic there was planning the March 4 fund - raiser : Cochairman Pat Taylor dashed In from St, Paul's rummage sale to give her report and Marilyn Obertl urged members to sign up for. committees of (heir choice . . . The group voted to present another original stage production during the annual dinner dance .. . In the meantime, most members are Involved in projects of other groups . . . Val Rupert was working on needlepoint Christmas decorations and showed Betty Hodden the announcement cards for thu opening of the Garden Cafe's boulique on Nov. II . . . Evelyn Goddard was working on the St. Matthew's Antique Show and' Bobbie Harris and Pat Yost joined her in promoting the ..m44iicu iiuutc which Kyen wkk . . , j an AUara spoke of Serra High School's Nov. 5 Casino Night. Pat Murphy said that she was recovering from her own birthday while planning hustwnd Tom't party' for his . childhood friends from San Francisco . . Barbara Lei - dcr showed the group the gold bracelet she won for third . piace in her flight In the Championship Golf Tournament at Crystal Springs . . . Tho membership was delighted when Rosemarie Bauer offered U have the annual fizz party at her new and contemporary home . . '. Also good news for the group was that IUls Wynn has a new daughter . . . Gayle Hansen said she would be accompanying husband Jim to - Dallas for the meeting of the American College of Surgeons. MUSICAL MOMENT . . . Members of the Pacific Philharominlc Society combined both business and entertainment during a pleasant evening iast week at'the Hillsborough home of Mrs. James Tippey . , , Heading the agenda was the preview of. the Phllharmninic's 1977 - 78 season by Caroline Reinke o( San Mateo', president . . . Concert seating was discussed by Maria Tscherepcnko, symphony manager, and season tickets were distributed . , . Michael Graycar, associate con - nRrtmaster, and Harry Tyldstey, principal voilist, suggested a future evening of chamber music, an idea that was met with enthusiasm . . . Popular fund - raising events were discussed by guest speaker Helen Oittstead, past president of the Peninsula Symphony who is now teaching music at San Jose State University, Julia Barnard, recently returned from a summer tour of Europe, was honored for her chairmanship df the first Philharmonic Society Tennis Tournament , . . Francis Meade, chairman of the symphony's ice cream booth at the San Carlos Floe Arts Festival, was lauded for her successful weekend . . The Rev. and . Mrs, Henry Hayden of San Carlos spoke of their summer in England and commented on the Improved health of Mrs Persia Hodson who is recuperating from a recent illness .... Special ; music for the evening was provided by pianist Teresa' Ansurlza, a music major at tho College of Notrj Dame, who' attended the meeting with her mother Rath Ansurlza of Hillsborough. Personal Enrichment , - . Conference on Money Matters ' Women and Money "Women, and their Money," a on'e - day conference on all phases of money management and personal finances, will he offered Oct. 22 at Lone Mountain College In San Francisco. Women for Women is sponsoring the event. The fee includes all materials and a catered lunch and proceeds will be used to help provide scholarships for low income women and students, establish a fund to sponsor similar events and help support the Women "for Women's Educational Center, Registration forms and more details may be obtained through Women for Women, 421 Locust St,, San Francisco 94118. - . Life Choices The College Entrance Examination Board is sponsoring a "Life Choices Workshop" an Oct. 11 at Ihe San Francisco Hilton. The intensive, one - day course will actively - involve participants In case studies, eifcrclses and a series of units or phases of the decision - making 'process. Aim is ta teach women how to learn decision - making skills, set personal and professional skills and move toward them. Additional information on enrolling In Ihe workshop can be obtained . by calling College Board in New York, collect. Memorial Scholarship For Slain Student Join us In celebrating our . . , FIRST ANNIVERSARY SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15 A SALE TRUNK SHOWING 1 0 - 5 - r Original Needkmoir NEEDLEPOINT 51 A East 4th Avenue San Mateo The Women In Science organization at San Francisco State is establishing a scholarship in Ihe memory of Jenny Low Chang, the woman recently murdered on tho college campus. The memorial scholarship in Jenny's name will be available to any student enrolled in the School of Science at the university who will use his or her education to advance the position of women. The first recipient wilt be chosen nest fall. The organization Is seeking contributions to help establish the fund, and has already set a goal of 15,000. Checks may be made payable to SFSIJ Jenny Low Chang Scholarship, and sent to Women in Science, Student Activities Office, San Francisco State University, San Francisco M132. SOFA BEDS While studying at SF State, Miss Chang, a pudental student," was active in Women in Science, her church group, and a dormitory Bible study group. 'Woman Key To the Future' Program Slated "Woman Ke;r to the Future" is the tltj of the program that will be spon - sored by Build the Earth and Women's Network on Saturday from 10 to 11:30 a.m. at Baywood School, 600 Alameda de las Pulgas San Mateo. : ' The public is' invited to the presentation which will be followed by lunch. Reservations may be made through Carole Patmore, 231 Seville Way,' San Mateo Mm. , . j Build the Earth isSa women's educational organization, and Women,' s Network Is a growing constituency of concerned women. Both are workidg toward creating better environment for the children and for all of life.

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