Lubbock Avalanche-Journal from Lubbock, Texas on April 3, 1975 · Page 40
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Lubbock Avalanche-Journal from Lubbock, Texas · Page 40

Lubbock, Texas
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Thursday, April 3, 1975
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[MAKEUP EXPERTS — Their lovely complexions are proof of their expertise in the art of cosmetics. Visiting Lubbock this week are, from left, Miss Kathie Kipsey and Mrs. Carmen Menocal, both of New York City. The women are representatives of an international cosmetic firm. They shared beauty secrets in an interview Wednesday. JELLY SIDC .. I have taken precaution of letter to children ...' As there is 'always the possibility that a parent who goes away from, the children for a weekend of adult-type revelry may meet with some sort of fatal disaster, whenever I go away I take great pains to leave my dresser drawers in immaculate- condition, ensuring that any concerned neighbors who begin rummaging through my personal effects searching for insurance policies and stock certificates will tie impressed with my housekeeping skills. I have likewise taken the precaution of tucking the following letter to the children under a pile of panty hose: Dear Children: I'm sorry that I'm not able to leave you much money. There would have been a lot more if your teeth had come in straight. There is, however, a college fund set aside for you to use at any college you choose that doesn't have co-educational dormitories. I want you to know that I loved you when you flushed your new shoes down the toilet, shaved your eyebrows off. and wrapped the dead sparrow in waxed paper, labeled him "Pork Chops," and put him in the freezer. It was probably hard for you to realize that I loved you, what with me going all white around the mouth and screaming "If you EVER do that again, I'm going to BELT you!" But if I DIDN'T love you, I wouldn't have CARED. I mean, you may not grow up to become presidents of the United States or nuclear physicists, but at least you won't grow up to be the kind of adults who go around pojjring their Ovaltine down heat vents. Love, Mom P.S. Better buy more dental floss: I used the last of it to tie up my suitcase. 1973, Cnlwsnt Presj Syndlc«f« GOREN BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOREN AND OMAR SHARIF <S> 1975. The Chtc.joTribunr North-South vulnerable. South deals. NORTH 4Q43 VKQ10 4Q762 *AK3 WEST 4A762 EAST 4J109 41098 * 4 3 + Q86 4109754 SOUTH 4K85 V A J 8 3 * AK J5 *J2 The bidding: South West North East 1 NT ' Pass 2 NT Pass 3 4 Pass 4 NT Pass 5 * Pass 6 * Pass Pass Pass Opening lead: Ten of 4. Even players who claim that they do not use any conventions should realize th;it there are some in their nr- senal. In many cases, the artifical meaning of the bid has become so popular that we consider it natural, and don't realize that we are, in fact, employing a convention. For example, when an opponent opens the bidding and partner, in the next seat, doubles, we do not even think for a moment that he intends to double for penalties—its natural meaning; we know he is asking us for our best suit. "Other conventions used by the vast majority of bridge players areStayman and Dlackwood. Just how complex the game has become at its high- est levels is vividly illustrated by a new book, "Bridge Conventions Com- •piete", by Arnalya Kenrse. which runs to 624 pages (Hart Publishing, paperbound, S7.95). It is a mammoth task well done, with each convention, both bidding and play, clearly explained. However, its use for social bridge players is limited. A convention that has Fallen into disuse was employed by North on today's hand —the Baron Two No Trump response to an opening bid of one no trump. Invented by Leo Baron some forty years ago, a raise of one no trump to two no trump is not a request for opener to go on to game if he has a maximum. Rather, it shows a strong hand and asks opener to bid his four- card suits in ascending- order, with the lowest ranking bid first. North-South were employing this convention, and used it to good effect. South showed his diamond suit over his partner's forcing no trump raise, and Nortty immediately launched into yet ' another convention, Blackwood. On finding his partner with two aces, he settled in six diamonds. This contract proved particularly All declarer had to do was draw trumps, discard a spade from dummy on the fourth heart, force out the spade ace and ruff n spade in dummy. As the cards lie, six no trump could be made on a squeeze, but six diamonds is by far a superior contract. Clip Cook SPANISH TURKEY '/2 cup olive oil 1 small head green cabbage, .cored and coarsely chopped 3 cloves garlic, chopped 8 cups well drained cooked rice 3 cups diced icooked tur- 2 cans (16 ozs. each) stewed tomatoes, undraincd \'i cup seasoned dry bread crumbs In a large saucepan or Dutch oven, heat olive oil and saute cabbage, red onion and garlic until wilted, about 10 to 15 minutes. Stir in rice and turkey. Pour mixture into a greased 3 quart casserole. Chop canned tomatoes and sprinkle over top of casserole. Pour juice in can evenly over casserole. Sprinkle with crumbs. Bake uncovered in a preheated moderate oven (350 degrees) for 35 to 40 minutes or until brown and bubbly. Physical, Psychalogical Benefits Derived From Cosmetics BY BARKAJbt HUGHES Family New* St»H "I'd rather go Ayithbut breakfast than go without my makeup," claimed Mrs. Carmen Menocal,. a strikingly lovely New Yorker, One look at this 64 year- old's '. smooth complexion and lively eyes is enough to convince other mature women to trade in their bifocals for false eyelashes and moisture cream. Mrs. Menocal and another New Yorker, Miss Kathie Kipsey, are visiting Lub•bock this week to demonstrate an internationally known brand of cosmetics at a local department store. In an interview Wednesday they talked of their' enjoyments, philosophies and cosmetic routines — all of which are components of that enigma called'beauty. "I love makeup. A woman who looks good has self respect and confidence in herself." Mrs. Menocal said. Both ^yomen stressed the protective value of makeup as well as the cosmetic value. "Makeup acts as a screen to protect your face from wind, dust and pollution." Miss Kipsey said. She stated that even for casual activities, such as tennis, it is important to shield bare skin from the sun with at least eye lotion, moisturizer and foundation. The eye area is very sensitive. "The eye area is the first to go" in the aging process, contin- Clip 9 Cook LOW-CAL, CHEESECAKE Vi cup graham cracker crumbs 2 ibsps. low-calorie margarine, melted 1 Pkgr. (% ounces) iow- cal«ric gelatin, lemon flavor 1 cup boiling water 1 cup (i/f pint) plain yogurt 1 Ib. skim milk cottage cheese, at room temperature !/2 cup non-fat dry milk crystals '/j cup Ice water 2 tbsps. lemon juice 2 tsps. vanilla Non-caloric artificial sweetener, If desired 1 pint strawberries, hulled and halved In a bowl mix crumbs and •margarine. Press crumbs into the bottom of a 9 inch spring-form pan. Stir gelatin into boiling water and stir until gelatin is dissolved. Stir in yogurt and cottage cheese. In a bowl mix milk crystals and ice water. Beat With an electric mixer until thick and creamy. Add lemon juice and beat until thick as whipped cream. Fold mixture into cheese. Fold in vanilla and sweetener, if desired. Pour mixture into lined pan. Chill until firm. When ready to serve, loosen sides of cheesecake with a sharp knife. Remove sides of pan. Place cake on a serving platter and top with strawberries. Cut into small wedges to serve. Makes one 9-inch round cheesecake. LEVI BIG BELLS ALL COTTON Jack Davis Western Wear (Across From Tech) 3-Jl SEWER-ROOTER SERVICE We iotisfy where others (oil "IADY CALL BRADY" Some Locotioi 29 Yeots Air conditioning Plumbing &Heoting Repairs BRADY HATING COOUNG ••;<- 4403 AVE. H BE SECURE WHILE YOU SLEEP Let Us Install BURGLAR BARS (Instant Fire Escape System) DOOR AND WINDOW GUARDS FREE ESTIMATES! o J • Enhance The Beauty Of Your Home • Allow You To Sleep Secure and Be Able To Open Your Windows — Again I • Protect Your Loved Ones, Your Home A Possessions While You're At Home or Away Financing Available ORNAMENTAL IRON DESIGNERS 792-2570 ued the auburn-hair*! beauty. • ••-.".-.•. - ..-.='• " Miss Menocal described how the 'skin has a "light memory";-, all the sunlight that the skin has been exposed.,to throughout one's life, though not immediately noticeable, has an eventual unpleasant effect. "The skin remembers and one day you'll wake up with little brown spots cropping up," she .warned. Miss Kipsey tries for a light tan every summer and babies her skin with sunscreen lotions and moisturizers to counteract the damaging effects of too much sunlight. "It's very important to match your foundation with your skin ton*. The shad* sboqtt negate one's bad points and stress one's good points. An average woman can wear three different shades of foundation at different times." Miss Kipsey continued. She changes her foundation 'according to her outfits — a cooler makeup tone to go with bright busy outfits, a more colorful tone for subdued simple styles. The women communicate a sense of fun with'makeup. Their line carries 24 shades of eyeshadow, which m itself encourages the "do your own thing" spirit. Miss Kipsey predicted the makeup look for summer. "The eyeshadows will be in pastel shades — light aqua, lilac, blue, Lipsticks will also be more pastel. We'll see a paler makeup base for. a glossy feminine look. Eyeliner is coming back along with lots and lots of mascara." Mrs. Menocal and 'Miss Kipsey agreed women across the country are much more casual about their makeup today. Mrs. Menocal travels constantly. This she finds difficult but exciting. ' "There are so many interesting people, to meet. Every country has its own personality," she smiled. A native of Cuba, she received schooling in Paris. In this intercultural experience, Mrs. Menocal learned five languages. SPOTLIGHT ON... eu/s "It's so important . to*-be able to communicate with other people." . '' Both women maintain, an affection for New York City. "It's got the best tor fashion, theatre, music,-" said Mrs. MenocaJ. "Y.QU can't go walking at night;" noted Miss Kipsey, "but there's such an air of .excitement there. I love',it." The women plan to depart from Lubbock Friday. Spanish Test Scheduled The National Spanish Exams will be given to area Spanish students at 1 p.m; Saturday in the Foreign Language and Math BftJ'g. at Texas Tech University. The LJano Estacado Chapter of the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese -will meet at 2 p.m. in the FL&M Bldg. PAGE 2-B. LUBBOCK, TEXAS FILL LETTUCE CUP Chopped capers, a marinated artichoke heart and half a cherry tomato, topping a golden cling peach half and served in a lettuce cup makes a delicious dinner accompaniment. (Evening Edition) THURS., APRIL 3,1975 Monterey Center 792-5521 Lubbock's Most Complete Lamp Specialty Shop Unusual Selections Miniature Lamps Brat* • Ginger Jan e Cryilal • Wood , 3-34 WHY PAY MORE . . . WHEN YOU CAN GET THE IBTFORUSSI • Hoir Cot - $3.50 • Prost - $15 • ShampM ft S»f $3.50 Curl and Swirl Open: 8:30-5:00. Mon-Fri . 8:30-4:00, Saturday 799-1059 290* 50th "The No Appointment Shop" /VU>rVT(,0/V\ER' w HI: RANGE WEEK Sale ends Saturday, April 5 lake it easier. 3(Tceramic-top range makes cooking a smooth proposition. $ 70 off. 299 88 REGULARLY 329.95 Enjoy the convenience of cooking the modern smoothtop wa}'. Attractive ceramic-glass cooking surface is easy to clean and doubles as extra counter space when cool—wipes clean with a damp cloth. No special cookware needed—use any flat bottom pot or pan. Removable oven door lifts off for full access to big spills so that clean-ups are fast and easy for you. 4304 SAVE $ 20 FAST BAKE TIMES Fro/en Pizaa 5 min. Baminn lirond 40 min. TV. Dinner IGmin. 8246 FAST ELECTRIC JET-FAN OVEN Wards oven cuts mostbake times 33%. Broils and roasts, too—docs any big oven job. 110V. REGULARLY 119.95 8166 SAVE $ 30 MICROWAVE OVEN WITH "DEFROST" Cuts cook times up to 75%. Auto. defrost cycle. Overl-cu.ft. REG. 269.95 SPECIAL BUY 30" TWO-OVEN ELECTRIC RANGE 349 88 &342X Two auto, cook'n'off ovens. Lower oven is continuous-cleaning, has removable door. Lighted backsplash, plug-out elements, storage drawer. Colors. SAVE $ 30 5005 NEAT TRASH COMPACTOR Compacts one week's trash for family of 4 into Ibag. |88 129 REG. 159.95 NEED NEW MAJOR APPLIANCES? JUST SAY "CHARGE IT!" Hot deals are cooking here. SHOP 10 AM TIL 9 PM DAILY...SATURDAY 10 AM TIL 7 PM 50TH & BOSTON 79 t UH221 SOMEITFMS DUIH « DUaiUll.../9XKll TO STOCK ON HAND

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