The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on December 5, 1971 · Page 54
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L THE DOCTOR LETS YOU IN By Joon K. Gitwon Can \Vhnt You En I Affect Your Height? Sot trd MrtKn anJ oj .S.-«jlh Arnctxii rr.jy be «n!n!ricv In the cnuntrcnl in ilw populalnom of ib UuJv. the fimling* of »hieh «XTC ibsr annual mcrl.-rtjf of ihr f ; okraiJ«i c«< American yx-«t»r» (,-« jLijvrir.vrjUa! Hv^ogy. y«m$ r»H wire {cd rvrmai d»rt» wt'.h and »itr*:-.!l capjjcjn '.a: 5<> Ja>v At tb* coJ oi th« pet*-*!. itw r»t* wbow diet ta- rbrtlnJ Ifcc bcri rrd p«Tfx* tacrpdkwC *trrc fwtad lo he trf ijpufiruittt lunWkr «*«•- .Scjmui! WavVm S«pan>I.»VA. in Himmme the fcwitu <>! the irvafvh. o>ndx»iSc3 lh»t the jE«o*ilh rctaJJatun man be Jtir to trutnultt- iK^n ««v»l hv the <*p«ic>n'< rffcvl on I.'K »hw>rptii-c ab-,l!!> >>{ :Sc ^rJU - v f «hc wwU intestine ! THE DIET \VATCH \ fly Harriet La Barrc Try n "Spritzer" V.Hi'rc (licdtic Kit »••">! I.' li^r fcttivc.lv tn haxinj; »uu- »ilh i.'i!! m-un a-u:v wlx-n von'rr \wtmg or i.ut lo ilinnci "ill) Iticmh A jjoxl •uM.iiion i> .1 "pritirr. which i* a popular ilinnct diinV in muWlc I ; ufv'[v A vpnl.-ci it UMUlly vrrvcJ in a «x-»»«rhx gl«i ami i* in-nlc I') iHutntij.: equal annnmts »( clut' \<>!a and wine iivrr ici CII!H» l'l»h UH!.\ hat no calorict. ami three inim-o i>( iliv wine, red or while, n alxnil 7S c-i!orin You can alto rouble your own pn-i^rtioiw of »i"c lo vsU I'V .tt^uijj for Kiiiv cluh MX!.I ami ice am! "l.nfinj;" your .Irinl. with an 4 >in>cc or two from the wine bottle- in rfleit. von aeluallv wrl"'! >o«r wine caloric inlakc. nialmg .I at lo* at .1 :.<> calorie ilrinK or Iw if you w.tnl li\ yel ttil! bring fctlivr. Hut keep in rnim! thai motl »nrel wine* ha>r almmt Inlcc rhc calorie contcnl of dry «lnei. am! older accordingly. TEENTIPS Uy 1'nul Slcincr . j • lie Tip: IV1K.T dol.% and circular p;\!lcnv> aic nu»t (I.ilU-nng lo the long, thin face. • Carry pencils in your Oiitt pocket. Keep points down instead of up. .Surprisingly, fhcic's lc-\« tearing anil the shirts slay ncalci. • If you have acccvi lo blueprints about to be discarded by n design or architectural firm, slorc them . They make unique gift-wrapping paj<r. Spectrum/71 SPORTS MINI-PROFILE: Bill Br»dley The Rhodes Scholar \Mio Got "Lonely for Basketball" Iiai RraaJp erf !hc Nc» York. Knickcttockcrj » the <»ily Rix>Jc» «:hca»t ami Ivy iJAguc honor stu- Jcnt to tueeocd in the puclmg sp«l of pro basketball. Ho »4*c4a.vt)C nxttd atx! hu hamixwnc, xix-lool-five- tnch aprc^'»n« hatT ^iwod fcammatct »nd fan* to tucJinamc him "Mr PrcwScnU" in the belief that when !»<• quit* the >pe»rt. he will enter national pvditKS. . . . A native of Cryual C'lty. Nto . and the von of a banker. Rill revcivctl over a hvinJrcil offers lo attend coJlc$c on an athletic vrholanhip He lunxsi them aJl do>*n for Princrtt^n. where he was ol^ligcJ to ft»y full tuition. He becanK the rw«i tpcctaailar cvHIegc player of ho gcneraUon. He alvj jtarrcd on the U.S. team in the Tokyo Olympics . . . Upon graduation. Bradley received a lucrative offer fawn (he Knicks. but he reject- cd it to actxpt a Rhode* veholar^hip at Oxford. He \iudicv! there for tw»-< years, then decided to return, "My love for l-utkcihall ovciwhelmcd me," he sayv "I'd go d.iwn lo the £>m a! Oxford and plav all alone- I would pretend lo be both iranit at wdi a_t the crowd and thf itiluSaU. After a time, t became w lonesome for the iiport. I devukd to come back.". .. Uradlcy is a pairvttakinj; performer who devotes long hours to practice, but he limit time during the tc-tm's trip* around the country lo devour weigh!}- hook* on Asian history, economic theory and international relations. —By Barry Abramson FAMILY FLAK PEOPLE AND YOU By Shirley Stout F»der Husbands: It's Worse die "Second Time Around** U a man can't control famfly dcccuom as much as be wanes with hts firrt wife, chances arc he win h*ve even fc« success with a second wife. According to a. U.CI~A» study ot hostand-wife relationships, •"»- b«Kb poooB (heir greatest faad? power if boA he mod U» wtfc an ta tkeir tr* montage. For reasons lhat arc not yet dear, a man loses family influence when he remarries, A vomon't second marriage, however, docs not seem to significantly affect the husband- wife power distribution if if* the man's tint marriage. Where both the man and his new wife have been married before, the husband's power over family matters will be at its lowest. PET CORNER By Felicia Ames Dog Houses Are Great in Winter, If... Now that winter's here, sec to it that Bowser's doghouse is snug for cold weather. It should be rated oC the ground so that moisture can't seep in. It should be big enough for him to lie down comfortably, but small enough so his body warmth will not be dissipated. It must be out of the wind, and the doorway shovid be coTtnd with » baffle or canras flap. Both interior and exterior should be waterproof. Cinder blocks on a concrete slab, with wooden flooring elevated four inches from the slab, make an excellent doghouse for all climates. For easy cleaning, the roof can be lifted off- tXm't forget a warm blanket these cold months. And wash it often. HOUSEHUNTS By Lee Pettea ••Welt, the boss finally noticed mo today ... I upset the water cooler." • When the children come home for lunch with wet cups, mittens and scarfs, pop gear into dryer-it win be dry and warm before the meal is over. • Save thixsc string or fiber onion bogs. Fill with suet or drippings you've hardened in the freezer or refrigerator and hang on a limb to befriend the birds. • For difficult windows where privacy b important but light is. too. install window shades to pull from bottom up. Simple hardware for thii i* available wherever shades arc sold. Works well for to-thc-floor windows, skylightx Family tV«««?y, D*c«m6*r 5. 1971

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