Brownwood Bulletin from Brownwood, Texas on November 28, 1967 · Page 10
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DAILY TV SCHEDULE Tuesday —MdWNW665 BUtltfIN M0*ff: 12) J:W Genersl Hosbft* f;38 6d9S o< K BM 3-06 Secret Sfo;-(ti 3:30 Dark Shadows 4:00 Euejltive i;00 Osting Gam* 3:30 waiter CrohKlts 8:00 News 4-10 Sporh HMIgM* 7-30 Red Skeltoh Hour 8:36 Good Mornifig World »:60 One Nlsht Stands 16:00 News i Weath*' 10:30 Munnlx 11:30 Rlverboat 15:30 Sign 0" KttBC-TV (Channel 9) S'.M Another wor>« 3:30 You Oorrt Say 3:00 The Match Gsnu 3 25 NBC News 3:30 Family Game 4:00 Evervbodvs Talking 4:30 Newlywed Game S:00 Dating Game i:30 Local News 4:36 On The Farm 7:00 Celebrity Softball 8:00 Movies 9.00 I Spy 10:15 Commettf 10-10:30 News 11:40 KRLD-TV (Channel 4) IsftO ?:!.« »!36 3:00 3:30 4:00 4:30 iiOO Ss30 S:00 t:30 7i30 8:30 9:60 9:30 10:00 10:30 10:35 1!;05 12:30 12:3S 1:30 To T«tl »• Eoge ol Secret storm Password Mr, Eo Gillian's Island McHale's Navy Wallet Cronklt* News Daklarl Red Skelton Hour Good Morning Worla KRLD TV Reports Who, What, When, Where, Why News Weather Sports Pete Gent Show Merv Griffin Show Star Playhouse Star Playhouse Vespers and Sign OH Vespers and Sign OH KTVT-TV (Channel 2:30 Honeymooned 3:00 Captain Zero 3:30 Popeye 4:00 Mighty Mouse <t:31 Fllntslones 5:00 The Munsters 5;30 Twilight Zon» 4:0: Rifleman 6:30 Cheyenne 7:30 Perry Mason 8:30 Hitchcock Present* 9;C: Movie 10:00 NC-WS ana weather 10:1i 9 O'clock Movl« 11:00 Movie Eleven 12:30 News 12:40 Meditation 12:45 Stsn Oft WFAA-TV (Channel 81 2:00 General Hospital 2;30 Dark Shadows 3:00 Dating Game 3;30 Honeymoon Race 4:00 Deadline Hollywood 4:25 News 4:31 Sumpn Else 5:00 Marshall Oillor '5:30 Petar Jennings 5:55 Dlrectlrn 6 i *) *f wi 'vealhpf 6:30 Garrison's Gorillas 7; 30 The Invbders 8:30 N.Y.P.D. 9:00 Hollywood Palac* 10:00 Chan 8 News, weather, 1030 Joey Bishop Show 12:00 News 12? 10 Laurel and Hardy Theatr* 12:40 F.B.I. 12:41 Living Pray 12:42 Sign Off Wednesday MORNING KTX&-TV (Channel 12) 6:00 Summer Semester 6;30 Farm & Ranch Nawj 7:00 Weather 7:05 Morning News 7;30 Cartoon Circus 8: CO Captain Kangaroo 9:00 Candid Camera 9:30 Beverly Hillbillies 10:00 Andy ot Mayberry 10:30 Dick Van Dyke 11:00 Love of Lite 11:30 Search Fo, Tomorrow 11:45 Guiding Light 12;OQ News 12; 15 Farm & Ranch 12:Zi feather 12:30 As The World Turns 1:00 Love Is a Many Splendored 1;30 Houseparry KRBC-TT (Channel 8) .fcjo, §n»p ?(2i Morning New* 1 30 Cqncenlrati-n J0;00 Personality 10:30 Hollywood Squarw 1} ou ieop*ra> 11:30 Ey* Guess ]) 5> NBC TV N«w» Report I' 00 News «na \reatrm )J;15 IjndX Chsppel IJ;3() U!'S <VUW t pMl 12;5i NBC News );0p Pay* pf Ov U36 fn» (Channel 4) «:18 Sign On (S;?o Summer $eiiw*t*r I 7.w News srtf Coftage Cranberry Bread Unusually Moist, Flavorful Peeping Tom Wants fo Make Friends By AftlGAtL VAN DEAR ABBY: ] just found out I'm a peeping torn 1 know it sounds terrible, but I'm really not that kind of a guy. It all happened accidentally last week when I moved into an upstairs apartment overlooking a narrow courtyard. A gorgeous young woman lives directly across from me. as 1 learned the very first night when she got undressed and left her shade up. I felt very sneaky about watching her. but I was fascinated. She left all the lights on. her window shades up and she even did her exercises in front of the window Don't tell me I can remove temptation by pulling my shades down. 1 know that, but I am only human, and she is some dish. 1 saw this show again last night and to tell you the truth. I would like to meet this young lady and know her better. Any suggestions'' "PEEPING TOM" DEAR TOM: Yes. introduce yourself to tier before you ruin your eyes with cyeslrain. As a neighborly gesture yau can kr^ck on her door and ask to borrow something. (A cup of sugar—NOT a pair of binoculars.) If she turns out to be as nice as she appears to be in the flesh, in due time wise her up about the show she's been putting on for the neighbors. And unless .she is some kind of exhibitionist, she will appreciate it. DEAR ABBY: The letter signed "Helen," complaining because her boss' favorite subject was sex. has created a problem in our office. My name happens to be Helen, and the description of that boss fits my supervisor to a T, but I didn't write the letter. i This morning I found your column on my desk. Under scored in red was your advice, i "If he IS your boss, there are other jobs." In the past, I have shown my displeasure by ignoring all his sexy talk and off color remarks/but what do I do now? HELEN IN HOUSTON DEAR HELEN: For your boss' information, he Is approximately 1609 miles off target. But you can loll him fnr me. "If the shoe fits—wear it." which should not be diffl- cull, since In- has already put his foot in it. DEAR ABBY A strange thing happened to me Ihr other day. I had an appointment with my doctor, a man who is at least 20 years my senior. He has beeii my physician for many years. As f was about to leave his private inner office, he stopped me abruptly, look me in his arms and kissed me. Abhy, I was absolutely speech- les. Then 'ic quickly said, i "How would you like to meet I me somewhere?" I can't even remember what ; I said after that, but 1 know I told him I just wanted to get out of there. He apologized pro- i fuscly and assured me it would i never happen again. That was ' all there was to it. I was so upset, I confided in my sister. She tole me to gel another doctor fast. However 'i can't forget how kind he's been to me throughout the ; years. Besides, his behavior has always been beyond reproach in the past, and he is a fine physician. I'm sure he regrets his impulsiveness, and that his apologies were sincere. What do you think? SPEECHLESS • DEAR SPEECHLESS: No 1 matter how you rationalize it, • <QP Cdfi K*Y ;f *;o} l c«ntliu Camv* 19:90 Andy fll Maytmr »10.530 D(<*' yso pykt r «j« tev* si i-iff Crisp, garnet red cranberries have beefi a part of the holiday season since pilgrim times. From pemmicatt, made by the Indian's of pounded dried venison and cranberries the number of ways of using the sparkling berry has multiplied many times. Salads, relishes, "desserts and breads, as well as meat, offer tasty ways of using the tart cranberry. Collage Cranberry Bread Cottage cranberry bread, With cottage cheese instead of milk, is an unusually moist, flavorful fruit bread. Sift together 3 cups sifted flour, 3 teaspooss baking powder. 1 teaspoon soda , and 1 teaspoon salt. In a large ; mixing bowl, cream together '•s cup butter or margarine and ;! 4 cup firmly packed brown sugar. Cream until light and fluf-1 iy. Add 2 eggs, 1 cup cottage ; cheese, 2 tablespoons grated or- > ange rind. 2 teaspoons grated lemon rind, and '•'< cup orange juice. Beat well. Gradually add dry ingredienls lo creamed mix- ^ lure. Stir in 1 cup cranberries,' cut in half, 1 cup raisins and •i- cup chopped pecans. Grease' two 9x5v3 inch loaf pans and line bottom with waxed paper. ; Divide batter evenly between i prepared pans. Bake in moderate oven (325 deg. F.) 1 hour. ; Remove from oven and let IU minutes. Remove from pans 1 and finish cooling on wire racks. j Do not slice until completely cooled. , Cranberry Fruit Relish A double duty recipe, cranberry fruit relish may be served as a molded salad or "as is." Put through food chopper, using coarse blade, 4 cups fresh cranberries, 2 cored unpeeled apples and 1-3 of a lemon with peel. Add 2 cups sugar and mix ' well. Chill thoroughly before' serving. For a jellied salad, dis-1 if you go back lo that doctor i yo.u will be inviting morc of ; the same. j No woman need be speech- I less under such circumstanc- j es. An appropriate speech would be, ''How would you '. like to meet with the griev- | ancc committee of the County ! Medical Society?" ' | Confidential to "Sis": If youj have to put on your glasses to read the numbers on the bath- • room scale, it's later than you' think. HtsLotSE CRUSE Dear ilcloisc: 1 have been sewing fnr years and have many little shortcuts I use. Recently'J hit upon something t just have to share with GLITTERING FOE HOLIDAY EVENINGS are these knits of Tycora acrylic nylon and metallic yarn. These fashions are wrinkle-free and light in weight. Mosaic pattern on white has just a dash of metallic to light up the glamorous look of the dress (left), Halter neckline is low in the bac.k. Sky blue and silver dress (right) is in a Jaey stitch that literally floats. Time for Children AT flQME for the holidays in vejour slack set makes enter* taining a glamorous eyent, Flared buteher top and bottom treatment gives & ghirtw Jook, Slacks aj-e taper$J. solve 1 package (3 ounce) flavored gelation (raspberry, strawberry, lemon, etc.) in !';• cups hot water. Chill until slightly thickened. Fold in IVz cups relish. Pour into molds and chill until firm. Relish may be stored in refrigerator. Cranberry Velvet Smooth as ils name, cranberry velvet is an airy, elegant dessert Cook 'i pound (2 cunsi fresh cranberries in "2 cup wafer over medium flame until skins pop. Put through food mill or press through sieve. Soften 2 teaspoons unflavorecl gelatin in '-'i cup orange juice. Add soft ened gelatin and 1-3 cup sugar to hot cranberry mixture, stirring until gelatin is dissolved. Add M>. lo I teaspoon grated orange rind and v 4 teaspoon salt. Beat 2 egg whiles until soft peaks form. Gradually add 1-3 cup sugar and continue beal-! ing until stiff peaks form. Fold • egg whites into cranberry mix- lure. Pile into G to 8 sherbet j glasses. Chill until firm. Serve ! garnished with additional whipped cream. Cranberry Pork Chops Braised cranberry pork chops are a party dish, whether served to guests'or family. Coarsely chop 2 cups fresh cranberries. Trim excess fat from 6 rib pork chops, 1 inch thick. Slowly fry trimmed fat in large skillet over low flame. Discard cracklings. Place chops in skillet and fry until well browned, 8 to 19 minutes on each side. Add 2 stalks celery, diagonally sliced j (1 cup) and saute until tender, i Combine cranberries, '/i cup sugar, 1 (easpoon poultry sea-: soning, 1 teaspoon salt, and a ' dash of pepper. Add cranberry mixture to pork chops. Cover and simmer 30 minutes. Turn chops and simmer 30 minutes more. Makes 6 servings. Crari-Apricol Salad Apricots add an unexpected touch to a molded cranberry salad. To make cranberry apricot salad drain 1 can (15 ounces) whole apricots. Add water In I he liquid In mnke I's cups. Bring I rup liquid mixture In boil. Pour over 1 package (3 ounces) lemon flavored gelatin. 2 tablespoons sugar and '-i lea- spoon salt in a mixing bowl. Add remaining '7 cup liquid and 2 teaspoons lemon juice. Chill until slightly thickened, ground. Pour into lighlly greased 1 quart maid. Chill until firm. It desired, several apricot halves may be placed in bottom of mold, Kiirring remaining diced apricots in as directed. For all this time 1 have made skirl, bands just as the pattern called for and ended up with five thicknesses of material right at my waist—where 1 need more thickness like I need a hole in my head! 1 was making a skirl a few weeks ago and all of a sudden il dawned n me. Why not eliminate the two thicknesses of the turn under on the wrong side of the waist band by sewing n slrip of hem binding on it and trimming the extra away? 1 tried it and it was the slickest thing 1 had ever done. First I trimmed the unnotch- ed edge of the skirt band about three-quarters of an inch, stitched the silk hem binding lo the trimmed edge. Proceeded with pattern directions to stilch the front (notched) edge of waistband fo skirl, stitched the ends together and turned. ] had a nice smooth piece of silk hern binding that lay flat and made ho additional thickness lo the waistband (and my Wflisl). After experimenting with tlhe first one and trimming off the thrco-quarlers of an inch of material, t now just fold that much pattern under on the urt- notchcd edge of the Waistband when cutting. Give it a try! Oliver Ziegler </ Young Originals FAVORITES | a young original style { of your own with the added interest of a low line for swinging occasions this season, An exag^ gerated squared, neckline gives an award winning performance for daytime and evening gveofs, topped by a spprty hip hugging belt to slim and trim the yapQjfuj fjgyre. Gently flared A-linf skirt has wide plfits whjejj will wit» attractive short sleeves, Your Young Original pattern has an exclusive fashion co-ordi- nalor for accessory, fabric and color suggestions. B413 with Patt-Q-Rama is in sizes 9, U> 12,13, M, 16 and }8. Bust 3QVi lo 38. Sijse U, 3M bust, 3% yards of 45'jnch fabric. Send $1 for this pattern to? young Originals, Brownwood Bulltin), P, 0- Box 4MA. Mid' town Station, New York, N,Y. 10018. Print ypur fujl nam»»' address, with zip code,-pattern number and w« Add 25 LIKENIW! ELLIS&1LI5 (Second of 3 Related Columns) By W. G. J31UNDSTADT, M.D. ' Cj—What effect docs the thyroid have on a woman's menstrual pel-ids and her fertility? If a woman is taking propo- Lhiouraeil and becomes pregnant, would the drug affect lhc baby? Would there be any danger of a miscarriage? Will benign or colloid, goiters or fetal adenomas of the thyroid become cancerous if not removed? A— A thyroid deficiency may cause the menstrual periods to be more frequent and more profuse than normal. Since pro- polhiouraci] interferes with the production of thyroid hormone and can pass through the placenta to the baby's blood, the baby would suffer from thyroid deficiency. If this were severe enough, It would cause a miscarriage. Benign goiters, including the colloid type, do not become canorous. Adenomas may do so, but this is the exception rather than the rule. Q-I.S it true that a loxlc goi- ler is caused by stress and strain over a period of years? Is it possible for a person with my/cdema to develop a toxic goiter later in life? Why would a BMR show the thyroid function to be below normal and the next week a radioactive Iodine test show a toxic goiter? My sister, who was taking tranquilizers and thyroid pills lor a long time, was later found lo have a toxic goiter. What arc her chances for a complele recovery? A—Emotional stress may be a factor in causing a toxic goiter in a person with an unstable endocrine balance. A person with myzedema ; thyroid deficiency) would not develop a toxic goiter but could show the symptoms of this disease if given too large a dosage of thyroid extract. There are many sources of error in laboratory tests and when one or more tesls are inconsistent with other clinical findings, they should be repeated. Assuming, however, that both the basal metabolic rate and the radioactive iodine uptake results were correct, the only- conclusion would be that the patient had taken an enormous over dose of thyroid. Anyone who has a toxic goiter can, with skiilful treatment, make a complete recovery but, ^vitli even the best of treatment, the condition may recur and further treatment may be re* m inward guiter. AD$T WiU BRING QUICK RESULTS Could it make my pulsit irregular? Is a golfer operation dangerous in a person who is 08? A—An inward, or toxic goiter would make your pulse very fast and cause palpitation and irregularity. With modern surgical techniques a goiter operation, if needed, is less dangerous at any age than failure lo control the disease. Please send your questions and comments to Wayne G. Hraiidsfadf, M.D., in care of this paper. While Dr. Brand- sladt cannot answer individual letters he will answer letters of general interest in future columns. Dear Meloise: This is the way t got my children to eat carrots when they were small: I cooked carrots and potatoes together! When they were ten- dor, [ mashed them together as 1 would just plain mashed po- latnps. They make a nice looking dish. Most children and even adults go for them fixed this way. Grandmolher Grandmothers usually have a solution for m o s t problems. Bless you! Love, Heloise Dear Heloise: Our son who is in college asked us to send him some fruit j juice, but I could only find | grope and tomato juice in individual serving cans. Then one day while grocery shopping f noticed the baby food section! 1 found a dozen different fruit juice combina- 1 tions all in small cans. Easy to store and to dispose of when empty. ' Marian OF Dear Heloise: Here's a description of a child . that came to my mind recently: "Children are somewhat like tape recorders. They record and play hack what you do and say." I know, I have a 2-year-old. I L. S. i —*—. j Dear Meloise: If somomone in your home has limited vision, put a dab of red fingernail nolish on the thermostat at 75 degrees. Then if you cannot see the numbers you can spot the bright red spot and need only to push it slightly to the right or left to make it a little warmer or a little cooler. A Daily Reader Dear Heloise: Here's how I "dress up" leftover beans: I bring the two or three cupa of leftover beans to a boil with finely diced onion, then I add a pound of crumbled hamburger meat. Simmer this until the meat is well done and serve with a green salad. Mighty good and so Inexpensive. Serves five for less than a dollar! Mrs. Monroe ALL THAT GUTTERS Js not gold, except when you've been decorated by Italian painlcr-dccorator Novella Piirigina, Italian actress Iris DeMarchis, in Koine, displays his latest work, said (o bo real diamonds laced with gold dust, Fourth Graders Bring Program Patients of Golden Oaks Nurs* ing Home were entertained Wed* nesday afternoon with a Thanks* giving program presented by i group of boys and girls from Mrs. Josephine Bowden's fourth grade class at South Elementary School James Harris, student teach* 0r at Howard Payne College directed ihe program. Night on the Town It's we crepes 'and velvets, the sejpnj ajjsi sgiin s, 0$ wWffly jro. WMis of flstrteh Hhaj with fluffy cttft&J sieves, wlftbnrflsintf MlttUfc Can't beat that, can you? Heloisa Dear Heloise: Recently my husband and I tried a mild vinegar and water rinse on our dog after giving her a bath. Her hair was soft and silky, and she smelled nice After all, we use it on our own hair. Why not the pets, too? and clean, too. Georgia Cranfill Pear Uelolse: The secret for preventing windows from sweating during cold weather, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, is lo prevent the build-up of humidity in warm houses. Condensation of moisture will form on areas that are not insulated against the colder temperatures putside. They suggest putting on storm windows, installing a eeiiing vent fan in the kitchen and bathroom to carry off moisture from cooking, washing and dry« ing clothes, and when taking a bath. They also say, ventilating the hou$e by opening windows or doors occasionally , , , i§ an,f other- an§w§r* Parm§ I haw £een People remove serfens #fld tort mm iuside big plastiQ bags, then replace (hem, Syre helps and it's a sjMtute lor- jh,o§e whjp fete <to»'t illaw ftr (term

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