Brownwood Bulletin from Brownwood, Texas on March 28, 1968 · Page 6
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Brownwood Bulletin from Brownwood, Texas · Page 6

Brownwood, Texas
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Thursday, March 28, 1968
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TOWERING 34 foot over a small park in Norrkoping, Sweden, the Prism a, world's biggest glass sculpture, Is made of 3,500 panes of window glass glued together to form a 33-ton obelisk. Artist Vlckc Llnd- strand created the $.15,000 sculpture on commission from the city of Norrkop- ing. The process turned plain glass into a giant prism that absorbs, refracts and changes light from all directions, dissolving it into all the colors of the spectrum. News Briefs BOSTON (AP) - When Ron- Bid F. Whiltct's girl friend wouldn't lot him into her Back Bay apartment, police said the jealous suitor placed an artillery simulator against (he door. The device reproduces the whining sound of an incoming shell and then explodes. Inside the apartment at l.hc time with Whillet's girl friend was another girl and an Army officer who shouted, "Everybody hit the floor," when he heard the simulator's whine. Everybody did and then the door blew in. Whittct was ordered held in $1,500 bail for grand jury action after pleading innocent Wednesday to possession of an "infer- n</l machine" and causing damage to a building. CIRCLEVILLE, Ohio (AP) What does an elephant do on a busy interstate highway? 11 pushes its tractor out of the mud. That was wlnt Cpl. Harry Wolfe of the Ohio Highway Patrol found out when lie came upon the elephant busily disengaging a circus truck from mire along Interstate 71. BALTIMORE, Md. fAP) Working swifly, and in daylight, three men used glass cutters to slice a hole in a jewelry store display window on busy Eastern Avenue Wednesday and escaped with five diamond rings worth about $3,000. ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — The University of New Mexico student newspaper said its staffers were able to marijuana in its office, in a women's dormitory lobby and in the student union during a five- month investigation of drug use on the Albuquerque campus. The newspaper, "New Mexico Lobo," reported Wednesday that $50 bought enough marijuana on campus for almost 100 cigarettes, as well as capsules of the drugs LSD, methedrine and benzedrine. The newspaper said the investigation showed that between 5 and 10 per cent of the 13,830 slu- j dents on the Albuquerque cam- j pus are involved in use or sale 1 of drugs. j LOS ANGELES (AP) - Girl j students will be allowed to visit j boy students in their dormitory | rooms for the first time this! weekettl it ttie University of {Southern California. Poors must be ajar, and visitation hours are limited. VOTE TARLTON FOR MAYOR L. Any.) MORE FOOD FOR LESS lit ••I WITH 'M' SYSTEM'S XTRA-VALU f& COMPARE 'N SAVE at 'M' SYSTEM . , , YOU'RE $ijRE TO GET MORE FOR YOUR DOLLAR , . , EVERY DAY ... IN EVERY DEPARTMENT! WASTE FREE v " : A, FILL YOUR FREEZER WITH THIS FINE, TENDER MEAT! 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No. 303 can Chef-Boy-Ar-Dee Pizza w/Cheese Garden Club Salad Dressing .... Qt. jar Hunt's Tomato Sauce No. 300 can Kraft French Dressing g-oz. bottle Pruf Spray Starch .... 22-oz. can OTHER'S PRICE 79c 1.09 2/31c 65c 29c 2/37c 85c 1.33 69c 27c 59c 39c 25c 31c 79c OUR PRICE 73c 99c 2/29c 59c 25 c 2/35c 79c 1.29 63c 25c 55c 29c 23c 29c 73c YOU SAVE THE "PRICE-LEADER" OF BROWNWOOD THE FRIENDLY STORE AT 600 FISK STREET Due /or City "Travel Loan Collection,'* tfl exhibit of the Professional fTf^- tographers of America, fall have its form?il opening otii Siffi- day at the Brownwood Colis€tffft« The exhibit is being spoflsof* H By WfigBt's Studio and Col* lege Studio and following tfii- opening day at the coliseitfn* (he collection will be divided into three groups with one gfotip being displayed in each of ths Brownwood banks for one wefek beginning Monday. This exhibit, according Ids Mickey Wright, is a collection of approximately 40 of the most outstanding photographs pf°- duced by American professionals. Subject matter of these phd- tographers ranges from pof- traits to commercial work Sfld others. The loan collection being Rented in Brownwood is one of i many maintained by the Pro* 1 fessional Photographers of An> j erica for exhibit use. This par- i ticular ln;m is made of primari- ! ly color photography with some black and white and oil work , included. i Refreshments will be served in the Brownwood Coliseum during the exhibit, which will continue until 5 p.rn, The exhibit is open to the public. Giant Blaze Hits Atlanta ATLANTA, Oa. CAP) - Fire In a 34-story building lit the AU lanta skyline Wednesday night, also setting a hotel and another downtown building ablaze and threatening surrounding structures. The top two stories of the new Equitable Building—still under construction—burned out of control for more than an hour, as firemen tried desperately to train water hoses on the flames. Hundreds of guests at the Dinkier Plaza Hotel, directly across the street from the burning structure, evacuated their rooms after the hotel roof caught fire. Flaming timbers rained into the streets and onto he hotel. "That's one hell of a fire. I'vi never seen a fire like that," one policeman declared. The flames could be seen for miles. Police and firemen blocked sterets for two blocks in each direction and ordered nearby buildings evacuated. No serious njuries were reported. The fire was under control shortly after 1 a.m. PRESSING ON toward the Capitol, Sen. Robert F, Kennedy (P-N.Y.), <?wtl through a park to vote la Senate chamber. VOTE TARLTON FOR MAYOR POL- 40V-)

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