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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - February 11, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                g The Cedar Itapids Gazette: Mon., Feb. 11, 1974 Best-Dressed List Stresses Elegant Flair By Jurate Kazickas NEW YORK (API The ti- tled and talented, the flamboy- ant and the conservative, the dressed-up and undressed all made the International Bert-, Dressed list for 1973. While dominated by Europe-j ans, the list of twelve men andi twelve women ''outstanding examples of elegance without did include suchj Americans as Mrs. Mary Wellsi Lawrence, the Honorable David] Bruce, U. S. representative in Peking, racing driver Peter Revson and Sen. Barry Gold- water. Among.those elevated to the Fashion Hall of Fame who've been regulars on the list were Mrs. Henry Ford II, Mrs. Ron- ald Reagan and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar de la Renta. Good Quality The annual best-dressed list was voted on by fashion design- ers, reporters and social and theatrical personalities. Final tabulations were made by 20 leading fashion editors and an- nounced by publicist Eleanor Lambert. "We looked for people with a personal, elegant flair. Gone are those crazy years of .freaky said one committee member. A male counterpart added, "We voted for good, quality dressing that adds up to a wonderful ap- pearance. This is a moment of enormous elegance in fash- ion." Sen. Barry Goldwater wa: trapped in a weekend Washing ton snow storm when callet with the news, but his staff sait they were delighted.. Peter Revson, a handsome bachelor, stands out as the male glamor entry, a spot vacated by actor Robert Redford who didn't make the list this year. Mrs. Samuel P. Reed was also named to the Best-Dressed Hall of Fame. Her mother, Mrs. Charles Engelhard, jr., is there already. David de Rothschild of the Paris banking family thought it was "a great compliment" to be selected. He is the on again-off again beau of best- dressed Marisa Berenson, who was a winner last Miss Berenson Javors the ro- mantic look of long, fluttery dresses and picture hats but is still remembered for a stun- ning nude appearance in a fashion magazine some years back. The 1973 list of twelve men and twelve women who polled top honors as best dressed were: Marisa Berenson, actress. Count and Countess Brando Brandolini, Italy. Mrs. Sidney Brody, Bever- ly Hills, Calif. Mme. Bernard C a m u, France. Duchess De Cadaval, Por- tugal. Duchess De Cadiz, Spain. Mme. Francois Catroux, France. Baroness Arnaud de Ros- nay. Senor and Senora Reinaldo Herrera, jr. Mrs. Harding Lawrence (Mary advertising ex- ecutive. Baroness Thierry Van Zuy- len. American-born wife of the French racing stable owner. Mrs. Oscar Wyatt, jr., wife of the Houston oil executive. The Hon. David Bruce, American statesman. Luiz Gastal, Brazilian-born banker, New York. Sen. Barry Goldwater of Arizona. Horace Kelland, son of the late American novelist Clarence Buddington Kelland, now living in London. Peter Revson, American au- tomobile racing driver, Los Angeles. David Rothschild, France. Valerian Stux-Rrbar, Yu- goslavian-born interior design- er. Yves Vidal, France. Bill Dee Williams, Ameri- can actor. Michael York, British actor. Society for Women Features Tearful Interview Wirepholo Mrs. Randolph Hearst, at right, hold back tears while talking to newsmen at her home Sunday. At left is one of several pictures of her daughter, Patricia, that she brought ouv for newsmen to copy. This picture, one of six, shows the kidnaped daughter at her Communion. Choking back tears she handed the pictures to a local radio reporter and retreat- ed back inside the house to wait for word from the kidnapers. Changing Family Dr. Talks on Television Violence By Gail Cooper ..Television violence plays a major role in producing ag- gressive behavior in young boys, Dr. Leonard Eron said in an adress to "Changing Family" conference partici- pants at the University of Iowa Saturday. The continued watching of violent television programs affects "the young male child so that he comes to think aggression is an appropriate way to solve life's Dr. Eron said. Dr. Eron is director of psychology at the University of Illinois and a researcher in the field of child aggression and TV violence. Citing studies tliat he and other researchers made under the auspices of the surgeon general's committee on televi- sion violence, the psychologist said further that the young boy, about the age of eight, begins to think of aggression "as the way to get rid of frus- tration and the way to acquire things you want and don't have." Damage Done He continued that "by the time he is a teenager the damage has already been done. By the time a boy is a young adult the kind of televi- sion programs he watches no longer affect his aggressive behavior." Dr. Eron noted, however, that this was true of boys more so than girls, probably because there are more male violent roles on television with Survey: Family Interest Down LOS ANGELES (AP) In- terest in raising families has declined and concern for wo- men's rights has increased among college freshmen, a survey conducted by UCLA and the American Council of Education shows. The study released over the weekend was based on the questioning of fresh- men entering 360 institutions across the country. Figures .were statistically adjusted to represent the national total of 1.65 million entering fresh- men. Only 56 percent of the fresh- men listed "raising a family" as an essential objective, a decline from 65 percent last year and 71 percent the year before. Almost 92 percent of the students agreed with the statement "Women should re- ceive the same salary and op- portunities for advancement as men in comparable posi- tions" while only 81.3 percent agreed in 1970. The statement, "Activities of married women are best confined to the home and fam- ily" drew a favorable re- sponse from only 30.4 percent of the first year students, whereas three years ago 47.8 percent agreed. The survey also showed a slight decrease in minority en- rollment after several years of steady increases. Only 13 percent of the first year stu- dents said they were members of racial minorities, down from 14.8 percent the year before. The survey showed slight increases in such career- oriented fields as education, law, and medicine, and a de- cline in the liberal arts. There was a sharp increase in the percentage of students who don't declare a major. LOSE WEIGHT STARTING TODAV? 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In fact, Eron said, "there are indications that viewing television violence may lead to lessened aggression" in girls. "So the more violent the programs girls watched, the more they were exposed to female models as victims and observers and the more they felt the conse- quences of aggression, the less likely they were to be he said. Aggressive Roles But, with the advent of more aggressive female roles on TV, current research with nine-year-old boys and girls indicates that girls are "now for the first time in our stu- dies over the last 15 years, getting aggression scores just as high as boys in an experi- mental situation in which overt aggressive behavior is measured." More female ag- gressive models, such as in Mod Squad or Girl from U.N.C.L.E., are providing the models for girls. "This is not to say that one is causing the other. They both may be a function of the rapidly changing role of women in our society. "After a while the youngster becomes satiated with vio- lence. There is a blunting of sensitivity and the child be- comes apathetic about vio- lence." Saying that because of in- creased exposure, "TV will determine what the child of the future will be Dr. Eron suggests that parents turn off violent television pro- grams and boycott fte prod- ucts that sponsor such pro- grams. Dr. Eron thinks that the real life consequences of violence should be shown, "the blood, the gore, the pain, the perma- nent damage to the individual and his He disa- greed, however, that the youngster would become sa- tiated with' the consequences just as he would with the vio- lence. He also suggested that sup- port for public television be increased, airing children's programs that are non-violent and-successful, such as Sesa- me Street. Sweetheart Queens Proudly wearing their Beta Sigma Phi Sweetheart queen crowns are, top, Mrs. Jerry Bender, route one, Cedar Rapids, and Mrs. James Kimbsr, 1526 Third avenue SE. Mrs. Bender, a representative of Sigma chapter, was named Nu-Ph! Mu Ritual queen and Mrs. Kimber of Xi Gamma Sigma was crowned queen of Exemplar Preceptor. The crownings took place at the annual BSP Sweetheart ball Saturday evening at Armar ballroom. Photo by John Mclvor Nebraska Girl1 Wed Saturday Robert M. Cook, LINCOLN, Neb. The mar- of Miss Denise Marie Jakub and Robert Melvin Cook, son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin E, Cook of 1806 Garry avenue NW, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, took place Saturday at 2 at St. Patrick's Catholic church. Parents of the jride are Mr. and Mrs. Leonarc F. Jakub of Lincoln. The ceremony, performed by ;he Rev. Paul Witt, was' fol- owed by a dinner-reception al Our Place restaurant. The: bride's gown was fash- oned of satin organza accented with Venise lace applique.and styled with a demi-silhouette skirt and chapel-length train edged with clusters of applique. I e r elbow-length veil was caught to a cotton lace daisy clip and .she carried a cascade )f daisies centered with pha- aenopsis1 orchids. Deanne Kay Jakub attended ler sister as maid of honor and other attendants were Mrs. Terry Bescheinen, another sister, Mrs. James Jakub and Mrs. Dennis Fairbanks. Their gowns of flocked mint green :repe had empire bodices with ong sleeves puffed at the tops and tiered skirts trimmed with free delivery C.R. Marion area HARD! GARDENS 3901 FIRST AVE. S.I. 9-9 MON-THURS FRI-SAT 4-5 SUN 11-4 Springtime Elegance Open Monday and Thursday Evenings Dacron polyester organza gown with cotton venise rose motifs and attached chapel .train. Price. The bridesmaid dress has pinafore effect, pihstripe yoke and sleeves, price B-. Bridal Gowns are to Bridesmaid Dresses fo Register Nowl you may win a, CERTIFICATE' to apply bridal purchase Ai soon in BRIDE'S MAGAZINE lace. Their flowers were white mastil and Gerald J. Jakub, the daisies. i bride's brother. Ushers included Peter Schissel served as bestjRoss Erie and. Richard-Doug- man and groomsmen were James McKendrcc, James Za- Bridge West Side Club Winners of a Mitchell move- ment game played Sunday at Welty-Way were: North-south Dr. Beth Hatch and Mrs. Royce McCray, first, and Mrs. L. B. Beers and Keith Bean, second; east-west Mrs. Mel Verne Smoker and Kenneth C. Hixson, first, and Mrs. Nate Frink and Mrs. George Jenkins, second. The next scheduled game will be played Thursday at at Welty-Way. lass. -Lori Jordal and Gregg Shaw were flower girl and ring- be'arer and candlelighters were Scott Sisel and Lisa Jordal. Following, a wedding trip to Colorado the newlyweds will re- side in Lincoln where both are employed by Hy-Gain Elec- tronics company. Mr. Cook was graduated from Kirkwood Com- Marion Club Mitchell movement winners of the game played Saturday at the YWCA were: North-south Mrs. F. G. Johnson and Mrs. Howard Wilfong, first, and .Dr. D. D'. Olsen and George Kanel-: lis, second; 'east-west Tail; Cummins and Dr. S. S. Ortega, Anniversaries FAMILY DINNER HONORS THE MARION FREEMANS Mr. and Mrs. Marion V. Free- man, 3626 C avenue NE, were honored with a family dinner; Saturday evening at .the Ox Yoke Inn in Amana in obser-. vance of their 35th wedding an- niversary. Their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. ger C. Freeman of Marion. first, and.Burt Champlin and De were hosts to the 16 guests. Mr., Vere Hirt, second. The and the former Edna- game will be played WednesdayjBarnoske were married Feb. 10, evening at at the YWCA. i 1939 in Beaman. FACTORY TRAINED SERVICE Opon Mon. and Thun. 'Til 9iOO P.M. PEOPLES 215 lilAve. SE Phono 366-2436 or 362-3919   

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