Brownwood Bulletin from Brownwood, Texas on December 3, 1967 · Page 25
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T ! .80 3.70 4.72 1 7.50 .57 ' .05 ' 3.00 1900 1901 1902 1903 1904 1905 1906 ' 1907 1908 J909 1910 1911 1912 1913 1914 1915 1916 1917 1918 1919 1920 2.20 1.40 2.44 9.20 4.42 T. 431 ' 2.39 8.15 .41 .70 .71 : .54 ! .59 ' 2.47 l.fifi 3.7.0 ,9fi 4.20 .55 .12 2.31 3.14 .02 ' 3.85 : .00 i 5.52 239 7.88 1.29 1.74 ( 1.95 i 4.75 2.00 1.10 1.00 .80 1.70 2.50 .45 2.25 1.65 .12 2.54 7.52 .20 i 2.96 | 1.61 .40 .10 .70 .81 *.f>5 1.40 4.10 5.42 5.81 2.41 I 2 OR - 21 ' ' S4 .38 1 .70 j .90 4.41 4.50 <• 2.61 4 - 31 * 6 - 0fl +1 - 77 .75 ! *.58 M.57 : 1.40 '> 3.24 5.42 ! aR , - 07 • c4 4.02 .53 .10 .50 .45 3.15 1.10 .64 3.53 f. *.42 1.87 1.33 4.16 1*4.98 4) j.'Vnnuals 5.40 34.70 .01 2.70 5.29 1.55 .90 .04 2.40 .50 2.60 3.60 2.00 .15 2.51 .82 *.70 1.88 *.90 *.64 *.48 *1.02 ! 2.59 i 8.33 818 ! .12 S ™ }'™ fj. 3 |«? n2 - 2 ? ?• .05 .10 ! 1.40 ! .89 3fi8 ! 1.78 A l l - m ™* 177 2 - 54 -80 .20 .03 ! 2.16 1.29 2.37 1.89 .• 59 .30 429 1.71 ! 3.85 1.53 .51 T. 2.02 2.4R ' 1.34 2.49 1.85 4.43 .55 3.46 .43 .45 1.89 i 2 44 4 01 •"„ .25 5.53 2.81 4.68 ! 3.65 .86 4.92 1.38 1.41 .60 2.92 3.66 .15 .84 1.38 9.83 .10 .63 2.11 i 2.23 8.45 ' 3.76 -™ . ™« \ ™l *™ 3 -»? .75 1.17 .82 ! 4.29 2.86 1.06 7 ' 2 '' 5<3 3 ' 7t3 1>15 2.85 T. .88 5 35 3 28 ! 2.08 76 T. 1.15 203 5.64 .50 *49 .20 .16 2.33 1.48 2.40 385 1.28 2.12 .95 5.15 ' 7.65 3.41 .94 1.77 T 6.f)1 ' 3.07 1921 .90 ! 1.30 2.90 i 107 1.27 i 2.23 M 1.34 ! 2.02 T. 2.01 3.60 .60 .30 1.91 5.95 .95 5.85 1.22 3.98 5.39 1.27 .45 6.23 , .65 .54 3.69 2.19 3.50 2.50 1.65 1.34 1 .00 1.50 1 .00 6.10 3.46 40.55 29.75 23.83 ' 28.50 11.92 21.75 36.36 23.77 2942 29.34 39.26 16.44 24.79 33.11 12.23 30.20 28.34 25.21 33.40 18.43 18.01 30.19 21.99 31.99 38.89 20.46 20.82 17.64 25.66 6.92 4.68 .65 46.00 1.26 2.01 | .57 30.53 .05 .10 .97 T. T. .07 1922 .63 58 .97 11.65 1 9.20 ' .25' 2 - 47 l 98 ' *-°5 2.81 6.50 T. 1923 1924 1925 1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 Avg. 1.78 371 ! 1.35 5.74 1.27 i 1.84 .24 2.06 1 2.94 2.95 4.80 .95 .56 '! .80 T. 3.94 2.94 .66 1.35 2.86 | 2.72 5.41 3.08 2.60 .34 .20 3.99 T. | .32 .05 .66 2.00 3.04 2.83 1.48 T. 10.86 38.07 33.71 18.64 18.91 3.71 T '298 2.84 190 M 2.29 .55 1.54 2.33 1.46 3.09 | 26.41 .76 1.27 1.60 4.50 1.27 2.59 3 - c ' 3 - 20 2.78 3.83 .37 3.14 .68 2.00 .92 3.90 4.14 1 4.08 1.94 .58 .25 1.97 2.21 1.84 24.85 25.56 2.40 1.67 1.51 I 2.00 ! 6.28 .54 -32 T. 1.96 2.13 | 1.16 1.95 22.42 .68 .82 .6B 2.61 3.02 2.00 1.90 1.53 4.44 3.31 1.65 1.29 3.10 1.20 2.15 1 3.01 .27 .08 .45 3.83 3.08 1.12 .90 .06 .48 3.46 1.68 3.87 2.56 1.13 4.59 2.03 .09 .26 .12 .54 1.29 1.70 .77 2.20 .01 3.69 4.91 .05 .15 .12 1.02 .46 1.79 5.54 .46 .12 4.56 5.45 3.09 1.88 2.88 4.04 2.06 3.83 2.36 2.20 8.62 4.15 3.86 2.27 1.77 2.22 5.20 1.57 1.91 2.79 .68 .25 2.76 .65 1.94 1.59 3.55 2.56 .49 3.36 1.97 2.25 1.87 .83 .52 .35 .28 1.52 .99 1.65 3.08 1.50 1.13 3.46 1.34 .59 2.84 1.41 2.91 .45 3.56 1.52 .50 2.31 .28 1.58 .93 2.54 5.88 1.91 .12 .08 .23 .44 ! 1.81 | 8.63 | .91 1.20 23.52 .23 1.70 2.87 4.41 .87 5.23 4.29 .51 1.59 2.66 1.54 3.66 .44 I 3.39 2.53 1.28 .46 .31 ! 2.44 .30 5.86 .38 | 2.08 7.05 6.06 1.70 ! 1.51 3.58 1.82 3.56 2.25 6.52 3.77 | 6.91 4.72 6.58 8.16 I 7.41 .67 1.20 5.13 1.22 1.44 2.25 3.83 7.37 1.73 2.81 3.61 4.44 1 1.16 .55 .28 2.44 10.97 | T. 1.85 .66 8.67 5.96 5.39 3.77 1.23 .12 .76 1.18 .61 T. 2.98 3.91 110.92 1.91 .61 1.45 1.66 7.24 3.62 4.07 3.85 1.85 1.10 1.71 3.88 1.15 .73 .06 2.10 3.10 2.58 3.87 2.20 1.05 2.20 7.99 3.04 .15 2.89 .43 .92 ,36 .12 2.05 1.83 2.76 1.40 4.65 1.84 4.62 5.22 3.87 2.92 5.37 4.21 10.32 3.42 3.50 2.90 2.27 .68 3.96 9.44 .21 .70 1.12 4.29 .25 2.50 3.02 12.90 1.02 9.63 7.96 2.83 2.CO ; 2.95 .96 1.04 .37 1.23 .65 7.37 9.65 .92 1.44 3.32 1.08 T. 1.86 .22 2.40 .37 .28 1.04 .32 2.54 .00 2.72 1.50 4.73 1.14 2,42 2.92 .23 6.06 1.20 5.22 T, 2.26 3.75 .57 .00 1.59 1.08 1.21 .31 .14 1.88 .19 1,52 1.30 .24 .32 .50 1.67 .50 1.02 1.08 10.55 2.08 1.10 .07 1.47 2.59 3.88 8.47 3.37 1.90 5.94 2.18 3.65 .60 .99 .92 4.36 .68 .10 3.37 1.15 1.41 2.23 1.97 1.81 2.72 2.94 .75 .29 .98 7.52 .35 | 1.64 .47 3.42 .23 1 1.22 | .95 1.19 5.31 2.58 . 2.91 j .46 1.53 f 1.47 [ 1.54 3.06 4.13 3.03 f 1.95 | 1.98 .18 7.52 9.60 2.87 T. 4.25 3.28 2.52 .20 .88 1.05 3.89 4.92 .23 1.52 3.21 3.72 1.40 1.17 4.92 .48 1.34 .00 7.22 2.14 .12 2.12 5.51 1.46 9.73 1.43 4.90 6.24 .77 3.24 27.73 35.97 2.94 27.26 .34 .89 1.01 1.05 1.88 1.42 3.72 5.44 .31 .52 .91 2.78 .20 2.02 .84 .81 .00 .13 .45 2.77 .62 1.35 .00 1.24 4.25 1.47 .81 .24 1.41 1.32 3.76 1.37 1.52 3.50 1.10 1.41 2.47 2.60 .54 2.99 1.40 5.17 1.86 1.10 2.51 1.53 .98 2.79 3.61 .58 1.34 3.06 1.08 1.53 T. T. 1.82 .92 .54 .60 2.05 1.47 .71 2.44 4.26 1.15 .52 .49 .82 2.08 .28 . , . 1.68 1.62 21.29 35.87 29.55 24.47 31.01 24.94 37.09 36.54 36.64 20.67 34.17 41.96 30.08 19.55 19.07 32.38 21.32 19.68 19.87 25.15 12.85 22.40 12.27 40.93 25.55 41.13 21.77 36.12 28.11 16.13 23.70 28.99 28.08 27.66 * Estimated from nearby station* T—Denotes trace of rain AT SINGER Happiest place in town to Christmas shop! * P Golden TOUCH & SEW* sew '"9 machine by SINGER with PROFESSIONAL" kuttonholer • Exclusive Push-Button Bobbin winds right in the machine! • Solid State Speed Control System gives complete Control mod ,, 62p/W9 wWqrt Choose from five TOUCH & SEW* sewing machines starting at $149,9$ Other SINGER sewins machines from $69,95 PROFESSIONAL* buttonhpler by SINGER » Fits most sewing machines! » Sews § different kinds Qrtly of buttonholes, plu§ eyeJete«"perfeetIy! TOUCH & SEW* sewing machine fpr Uttlt Sews fosk f |it«h§§ easily 5tr§igh» Stitch sewing Class Experiments Pay Off DALLAS (AP)- A yeaf ago! last June, self-conscious 15-year-> old Leah iPafkef entered ah ex- ; pefiffiefilai federal program,; Project Upward Sound. I She had always wanted to goi lo college and be a pediatrician ' but had fears about her academic ability, tension in new situations—and her poverty. : As a Negro, she was uneasy • about mixing with the Anglo-1 Saxons, Mexican-Americans and; American Indians in the pro-| gram. | Better than halfway through; the experiment, Leah is an edi-i tor of the Upward Bound student | newspaper. She is more relaxed, j confident in meeting her goal ofj being a doctor—and articulate. "It was like tearing down a i wall and letting in a whole new' World," she says. "Most, of the prejudice and discrimination that exist come from the parents and are imposed on the child. What else does he know? 1 think he could go on having these viewpoints unless he can communicate with others," Leah said. "The No. 1 theme taught us this summer, and actually in the whole program, was to respect other people and their ideas. As I individuals we arc trying to take • down the racial barriers," she j said. The summer of 1966 saw the easing of most tensions, Leah said, and the pupils found rapport with each other outside classes. "This year was even better because they stressed doing some- tiling with your life after high school," Leah said. "I've begun to analyze myself: What I am and what I have and what f cafi do. The program has helped me get organized. It is probably the best thing to happen lo ftie in the world," she said. "I can't give the excuse anymore that I'm poverty stricken or live in a ghetto. I feel like I want to give them their money's worth. I want lo do something with my life." Leah is sharp and her grades are high. She'll get a scholarship or perhaps a loan with the help of project people. The Office of Economic Opportunity in Washington took a poll last summer of students in 22 of the nation's Upward Bound projects. Glenn Hoskins, director of the local program, said Dallas' project drew the highest marks from the students in it. "They said we had the great* esl warmth," Hoskins said. He said the teachers "without being anything more than utterly candid, gave the impression that the students were important. It was being concerned without being gushy." Mrs. Kiltie Ruth Norwood, an English teacher within the project, has another reason for the high rating. "Love went into this program. Every person who was connected with the staff tried very hard to establish rapport with these students. "Last summer we saw immediately that they didn't level with us. They gave us answers that they thoughl we wanted to hear. Gradually, as we proved we were genuinely interested; and not putting on an act, they '• began to loosen up and tell us j their problems, "It has paid off. Where usual- 'jy teachers can'* see fnents with their students, we ! have it on paper and can look ! at (hem and see the progress I they've made and that their whole lives will be changed as a result of it," she said. | Mrs. Norwood said the pto gram helped strip away "some of the hackneyed cliches and phrases they've grown up with. And now they consider people as individuals. They've closed their , eyes to color, not only in thetn- i selves in other people, "What has happened to these kids will be projected into their homes and families , into the public schools." Hoskins is disturbed that the federal government didn't recruit high-potential sophomores this past summer to carry the Upward Bound program past the initial two-year classes ending in 1968. "Projects Head Slarl and Upward Bound have demonstrated an effort thai should be made, whether n the long run it should be done with federal money," Hoskins said. "Many kids in Ihc Upward Bound project were potential losers as far as their schools were concerned and many really have gotten turned on now." This occurred, he said, partially because of the ratio of one adult lo every two students, the in-depth counseling and the classes tailored lo their needs. There was mucn emphasis on remedial reading, math, science, English and other basic courses. He said compensatory education is needed to remedy what he called a traditionally poorer quality of education in poverty areas. i "Whefi Afi lith grade student is reading at. the level of Ihe 6th grade, assuming he's of normal intelligence as most of these kids are, it's plain he must get some kind of compensatory education to have an opportunity in this competitive world," Hoskins insists. "I think the social costs far exceed in the long run what it would lake to bring people up 16 fhe kind of standard of which they are capable," he said. ''it's tragic that Ihese condi: tiohs have been allowed to dei velop but the solution isn't to | say we're not going to do any- j thing more about it," he said. j The project has emphasized ! more than book learning. ! One goal has been to give the i students insights into the value , system behind the "American way of life" with its emphasis on individual responsibilily for molding society. The two-year program was financed by an $86,fi82 grant and a supplemental grant of $3,300 from the Hogg Foundation of Auslin. Soulhern Methodist University furnished dormitories during the summers and facilities for the students lo return every Salurday during the school year. Thirteen of the original 65 Upward Bound studenls dropped out last summer or during the spring. Two got married, some were pressured lo lake jobs by their families, one boy was killed in an argument about 70 cents, three made low grades and went lo summer school and the families of others moved out of state. Hundreds of students applied! to fill the 13 vacancies. ' ODD SLOGAN for a battle* field—"1'eacc in Vietnam' 1 —is carried by a 101st Air* borne Division trooper in South Vietnam, but it's also the goal of fighting men in the war-tortured country. Cranberry Pie When other fresh berries are out of season, add cranberry pie to your list of fresh berry pies. Combine 4 cups fresh cranberries, chopped, IVi cups sugar, 2 tablespoons flour, H teaspoon salt, 3 tablespoons water, and 1 tablespoon melted butter or margarine. Mix well. Pour into unbaked 9-inch pastry shell. Arrange pastry strips over top in lattice design. Bake in hot oven (450 degrees F.) 15 minutes. Reduce temperature to moderate (350 degrees F.) and continue baking 30 minutes. 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