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D Magazine March 1979

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A Big Pencil Goes to Market

To make it in the fashion business, you have to be part gambler, part hustler, part fortune teller. Here’s how buyers, models, salesmen, designers and manufacturers play the game.
By David Dillon
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Billy Bob

Five people with the greatest name in Texas.
By David Bauer
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BOOKS Plath’s Panic, Jordan’s Pragmatism

Books by two women from different worlds.
By TOM LANDESS
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BOOM TOWN

In 1974, Texas Utilities decided to build a nuclear power plant near Glen Rose. Overnight, a sleepy Texas hamlet became a BOOM TOWN
By Rowland Stiteler
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DINING OUT Lady Fare

Tea rooms have a genteel tradition of Jell-O molds and little sandwiches without crusts. They some-times serve good food, too.
By Mike Greenberg
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FAMILIES Pictures of My Daughter

Even when she was an infant, I could see in her eyes that she had a will of her own.
By Jo Brans
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FRESH STARTS

Four volunteers from our offices let some makeover wizards show what they can do. They could do it for you, too.
By D Magazine
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Rags to Riches

How fashion got to be one of Dallas’ major industries.
By David Dillon
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SPORTS Trade Winds

Brad Corbett and Gabe Paul have been juggling players. We’ll soon find out which one is the sharp trader.
By Norm Hitzges
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THE CONSUMER String of Perils

How to get a homeowner’s insurance policy that actually gives you some protection.
By Tom Peeler
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THE DALLAS LOOK BEST FACE FORWARD

Beauty may be more than skin deep, but you need to start there. One of the following regimens may be just what you need.
By D Magazine
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THE DALLAS LOOK DESIGNER ORIGINAL

Some people think Cynthia Moon’s designs are off-the-wall. That’s okay with her.
By D Magazine
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THE DALLAS LOOK SHAPING UP

Exercise is good for you, but it can be fun, too.
By D Magazine
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THE DALLAS LOOK WARDROBE MASTERY

Figuring out what sort of style suits you best isn’t easy. Here are some people who can help.
By D Magazine
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TRAVEL Heading for the Hills

If you think of Texas as miles and miles of nothing but miles and miles, you haven’t been to the Hill Country.
By MARK RHODES
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WINE Buyers and Cellars

A guide to Dallas wine shops that can help prevent some bargain-priced disap-pointments.
By ELMER RAY SPURR
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Working Model

Jane Henley’s day began at 4:45 a.m. and ended at 8:30 that night. In between came her chance to be the next Cheryl Tiegs.
By D Magazine