Brownwood Bulletin from Brownwood, Texas on March 31, 1968 · Page 3
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BY fcoftfcRf MACtfcOt) fcditof, 'feefi Magaiifte inside fashion stoty: Oh the "outside" of Bonnie and Clyde, TTiea Van Runkle nominated for an Academy Award for her interpretation of the "Dillinger Look'* of ihe Fay thinaway and War- fen Beatty costumes, the way she recreated the "depression look" has swept the fashion scene. Hie Oscar should be hers. NEW DELINQUENCY pattern: Probation officers reflect new "cultural" directions. Ten years ago, youth "acted out tensions" by ma- Icious mischief—burglary caf theft, etc. Today, narcotic and marijuana offenses are "No. 1." Theory is that Young America is "interior- izing" their personalities. The fact that the proportion of persons under 18 has increased in the past 10 years relates to the "inferior" theory of youthful personalities. Patterns of girl delinqents have not changed as 'dramatically as boys. Running away and sex delinquency still head the list of offenses. Parents are geing involved in greater numbers in court hearings and courts are placing severe parent-child conflict cases in foster homes. Authorities of correctional institutions take a dim view of reports of the use of narcotics in-on their physical :plants. Claim "convenient exaggeration." Assert that pills "are much larger contraband problem than marijuana because the latter can be easily detected." CREW 'BY DAY, Hippie by night: Huge wig market —for boys! Crew cut on school boys are "longies" at night. Leading manufacturer claims sales of 3,0"' a week. "Best seller" is a $30 job of acetate. The $70 "stretch" version is "Beatle length" and made of human hair. SUICIDE IS No. 2 as cause of death among college students. Autos are No. 1. A common misconception is that young "talkers" of self- destruction are not like to attempt it. Drugs such as amphetamines, L.S.D. and other hallucinogenic drugs Construction Is Slowed by Rains DALLAS (AP) - Widespread rains held first-quarter construction contract awards in the state down to $294.38 million, the magazine Texas Contractor will say this week. The three-month breakdown was like this: January $118.27 million; February $94.46 million; and March $81.65 million. The magazine said the quarterly total compares favorably, all-in-all, with $305 million for the comparable period last year and the record $344 million in 1956. break down natural inhibitions against suicide.. Authorities in colleges watching the pot scene very closely. DOUBLE fiRESfEfc tweed: College men are tu f ft i n | sharply toward tweed jackets. Fashion cats "personalize" with novelty buttons. Vents are long. Collar roll is high. Flap pockets complete the scene. LIFE FOR pushers: New York state moves against persons who sell marijuana or narcotics to teens. Those convicted will receive life imprisonment if legislation now pending in Albany is apprpv- ed by the state legislature. TEEN CREDIT climbs: Credit cards on the rise. Major stores and gasoline companies not as leery of bad risk factor as they were two years ag5. A major exception: Record clubs using "fan" type teen magazines to attract mail orders. The teeny boppers are slow pay. Should not be confused with credit card buying. "OEMS" TO remember: Empires may come and go. The U.S. may win in Vietnam or just stay on and on, but the only thing that really goes on forever is the diamond — it actually lasts forever. Then too, every diamond has already been around for millions of years. LIGHTS UP: As seen in eye clinic of Los Angeles County General Hospital and in private homes in too many places of late—L.S.D. trippers who "turii on" under a sun lamp. They just stare into it at night by the hour in lieu of the real sun. Like L.S.D. functions in lieu of real life. Net result? Incredible eye damage —burning of the retina, blindness. One emergency treatment is to pour drops of anesthetic into the eye in order to stifle the sickening pain — that's when the trip ends. Contract Signed For Big New Dam COOPER, Tex. (AP) - Th Army Corps of Engineers am groups from 13 North Centra and Northeast Texas citie signed a multi-million-dollar coi tract Friday for the new Coope Dam and Reservoir on the'Soul Sulphur River. The four grbups—the Texa Water Development Board, Sti phur River Municipal Water Dis trict, North Texas Municipal Wa ter District and the City of Ir ving—obligated themselves fo $11.7 million of the $24 millio project, The 15,900-foot long dam wil create a 19,000 acre lake on th< South Sulphur River about miles northeast of Cooper. A total of 273,000 acre-feet o storage will be available for wa ter users. Another 131,400 acre feet will be for flood control pur poses. mcfay, March 31, 1968 iRbWNWOOD fiUllEtlN——SA 1961 by NEA, Inc. "Just as I suspected—you're a GOLD SPECULATOR!" Concert Features Told for B'wood Concert series for the 1968-69 Brownwood Civic Music Assn., which has just concluded its 37th annual membership drive, have been announced by 0. L. j Dawson, president of the organ-' ization. Slated are the Mario Maya Dance, Ted Alan Worth, organist, The Orchestra Michelangelo di Firenze and the New York Sextet. The Mario Maya Dance is slated for November; Worth will perform in January; Orchestra Michelangelo di Firenze of Florence, Italy, in February; and the New York Sextet will close the season in March. Dawson said cards for members will be mailed by the secretary of the organization, D. R. Franks Jr., in the late summer. "We had, I thought," Mr. City Students Pledging Clubs STEPHENVILLE-There are four students from Brownwood pledging a fraternity, sorority, of social club at Tarleton State College this semester. Marcia Morelock, a freshman elementary education ja jor, is pledging the DST women's social club. Karen Bell, freshman physical education major, is pledging the OWLS women's social club. Neva Dixon, a freshman pre-nursing major is pledging the Gamma Sigma national service sorority. Susan Mopney, a freshman English major, is pledging the Gamma Sigma Sigma soroity also. Dawson said, "a most success- i ful dirve which is certainly a j tribute to not only Brownwood ' but to many of the surrounding i towns for a good number of! members are from out-of-town." Dawson paid special tribute to Dr. George Baker and to Rich-' ard Merchant for the job they did as chairmen of the membership drive. "For fear" Dawson said, "I would leave someone out who helped out on the drive, I would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who took part in the drive, as well as to the member who retained their membership and the people who joined for the first time." •Business News Robert Beadel, a native of Abilene and graduate of Texas Tech, has been named to the newly-created position of resident manager of the Beaumont Division of Century Papers, Inc. Announcement of the appointment was made by Herschel G. Maltz, president of the Century Papers. Beadel, a business administration graduate of Texas Tech, was reared in Brownwood. He joined Century Papers following five years experience as an • owner-manager in the retail j grocery industry. j Beadel is the son of Mr. and \ Mrs. Allen Beadel of Brown- j wood. His wife is the former j Ann Hargrove, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Hargrove, also j of Brownwood. 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