The Cuero Record (Cuero, Tex.), Vol. 73, No. 216, Ed. 1 Wednesday, September 13, 1967 Page: 4 of 16
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DECKER'S SHORT SHANK
An apricot milk fKakr and Cereal Muffin* help form ado
quale bre-akfast for teens »ntb fivr minute' to cat-
Breakfast "On The Run
map 1 s j
Breakfast skipping is not * c»rea! he s»rtJ] has* a speedy
r’n" wa-’ tr> *> wen at school j modern version of a basic
or at work Scientific research1 , . . . .. ,
„ , . brpakfa't pattern of
ronduted over a period of vears 1
has ronrlurled that ‘when:™1 mi,k- brFad and spread to,
hr'-akfast is skipped, your work I meet the nutritional require
output is less, mental reactions ; ments Of active teen-agers,
are slower, and muscular fa- Maple Syrup Cereal Muffin*
ftgue increases j 1 1/2 cups sifted flour
With September designated as \ 1 teaspoon soda
Bettf® Breakfast Month, now I 1/2 teaspoon salt
is a smart time to review the i 1 '2 pint (1 cupl dair>
family’s breakfast hab ts.
One group which appears to
spurn the moning meal is the
teen-age — both boys and girls.
Nation wide surveys report ma-
ny young people claim they do
not have time to eat on an av-
erage weekday morning. If you
have a teen-age breakfast skip-
per to contend with, pres e n t
him with this adequate break-
fast "on the run.” Whirl 2 cups
milk, 2 cups canned apricots
with Juice, and 1/2 pint vanilla
ice cream in a blender or mix-
er, hand it to him with a
maple syrup high protein er-
eal muffin while he’s dressing
or at the front doo- Just before
he dashes out. Along with a
FRESH NORTHERN FAMILY PACKAGE
172 cUp pancake
3 tablespoons melted shortening :
1 1/2 cups ready-to-eat high (
protein cereal j
1/2 cup raisins
Combine flour, s^da. and *»'*;
in flour sifter; sift into mixing J
bowl. Combine sour cream
syrup, eggs. and shortening: j
beat we!,!. Add to dry ingred- j
lents and stir until dry ingred-1
ients are moistened. Fold in
cereal and raisins. Spoon into
very well-greased muffin pans,
2 1/2x1 1/4 inches, filling nans
3/4 full. Bake in hot ovph (400
degrees F) until done, 18 to
quick bow) of ready - to - eat 20 minutes. Yield: 12 muffins.
there, he is usually in a posi-
tion to demand payment.
Unfortunately, it is not always
easy to tell whether possession
1 has really been transferred.
Consider the case of a woman
whose fur coat was stolen from
her dentist's waiting mam whil '
he was working on her teelh
Had the dentist accepted pos-
session of the coat?
A court said yes. he had —
Watch Your Coat j bv implication, and held h 1 m
Ducking out of the rain Geor- liable for the loss. The court:
ge entered a luncheonette, hung., pointed out that the dm-isti
his raincoat on a hook. and knew the woman had brought a
ordered a cu of coffee. But j coat, that there was no other
by the time f* c '(fee was gone.' place for her to put it. and that
so was the raincoat. Could j>she obviously could not . wear
it during treatment.
G orge nvike the management
pay for his loss?
■ A court said no, on the ground
that he could not prove any
"bailment” of the coat. That is.
he had not entrusted possession
of the coat to the management
Questions of t* is kind may a-
rise any time a customer depos-
its his personal belongings
—temporarily — in a place of
business. In case of loss, the
customer is ordinarily entitled
to compensation only If there
was a bailment relationship with
The law’s logic is that if there
is no transfer of possession, then
in all fairness that should bej
no transfer of responsibility’
either. Coat-watehing was more
reasonably a job for George,
who had hung the coat up, than
for the management, which had
not touched it.
On the other hand, if the cus-
tomer delivers his garment to
a checkroom and it gets lost
What about the contents of a
garment? They may or may not ]
be .ncluded in the bailment, de-‘
pending mainly on whether they
pected" in such a location.
A customer In a clothing
store, trying on a new suit,
left his old one in a poorly pro-
tected dressing room. During his
absence at the mirror, his poc-
kets were rifled of not only
$41 in cash but also a valuable
When he sued the store, the
court observed that cash tvas
normally to be expected in a
suit pocket — hut not a valua-
ble ring. So the store was ord-
ered to pay for the stolen mon-
ey, because it was part of the
bailment, but not for the stolen
ring, because it was not.
A public service feature of the
American Bar Association and
the State Bar of Texas. Writ-
ten by Will Bernard.
EVIDB4TIY ITS A "WO WAT*—O. Ptte, ZBH.T.
holds up two tags showing the difference tat price of that
knob m his band as he telle reporters to Washington that the
Defense Department paid $33,398 tor 130 of them when their
u orUt u only $210. They ere need on generators in Vietnam
srmoi n s
POTTED MEAT 2 for 45c
WHOLE KFRM I GDI m \ !’<»/ t.<"
l.r SIT? R V» ;«in < »n
HUNT * r3n
Tomato Paste 2 for 29c
H E B PREMIUM QUALITY/
FRANKS___________Lb. pkg. 55c
stM ER \ Atl#V OR ( I Ti\HY BAR V
SLICED BACON... Ib.6>c
UUDAHT CHICK WACOM THICK SLICED
BACON_____2 Lb. pkg, $1.3/
B&S DUNCAN HINES/ Kfl
White, Yellow' or Devils Food
t‘~ THE ( OFF EE CORNER
PURE CORN OIL S Or. Decanter
DOG FOOD, Regular or Liver 1.V,-Oz. Can
KEN-L-RATION-2 for 35c
EVF.KBEST IT VMRURGF.R DIM. SLICES
PICKLES _16-Oz. Jar 29c
LARD______3 Lb. Ctn. 59c
KRAFT. ORFEN t.OPDFSS %Or Bottle
TRENCH'S. BLACK 4 Or. Bo*
TATERLAN, Instant Mashed 16 Oz. Pkg.
ora BEST, ELBO 8 Oz. Pkg.
RITZ 12-Oz. Bo*
DE LISH! ICED OATMEAL IS', Oz. Pkg.
SCO! RING PAD Regular 10c Pad
CHORE GIRL ... 3 for29c
SANDWICH BAGS 80 Count Pkg.
roft F r V4'''!<t*n
2 LB » in t M |i
P r « raysm m qi »iit|
■jV Mary Ellen Bakery Specials
LAYER CAKE.Ea. 69c
■ Silver Valley, Homestvle or Buttermilk
(Limit 3 Please)
OF 8 . ...
OF 12...... ..........”7
Regular or Kings
6 BOTTLE CARTON
13 OUNCE CAMS
MFGR'S. 99c SIZES
BRECK CREME RINSE
REGULAR AND WITH BODY FORMULAS
i*OLNCE BOTTLE— MFGR'S. 81.39 SPECIAL
BRECK SHAMPOO m*
CONCENTRATE, REG. OR FOR DRY HAIR
LARGE TUBE. MFGR'S. 98r SIZE—l?c OFT SPECIAL
TWO GIANT TUBES. TWIN PACKED
MFGR'S. 81.18 VALUE, 79c SPECIAL
LIQUID SKIN CREAM
6-OZ. BOTTLE WITH DISPENSER
MFGR’S. 8l.ee SIZE
*.& OUNCE TUBE
MFGR’S. II.ee SIZE .....................
BOTTLE Or 15
MFGR’S. 98c SIZE .
BOTTLE OF 36 TABLETS
MFGR «. 89c SIZE
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The Cuero Record (Cuero, Tex.), Vol. 73, No. 216, Ed. 1 Wednesday, September 13, 1967, newspaper, September 13, 1967; Cuero, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth697965/m1/4/: accessed June 24, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Cuero Public Library.