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THE EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, MAROK 81, 1922.
i-ii'ilis-ltiiiiliiiiiilii;!:;: ffceft Circus Freaks Have Their Love Affairs JOMAXCES OF "WORLD WONDERS' Sweet Radiogrady it -A.. Nation Has Quit Talking to Sit and Listen it By Neal Ii. (Mara i I Giant and Giantess Lovers at First Sight, but the Mid get Has a New Attraction This Season, Which Brings on Many New Heart Attacks. lly Joseph S. Jordan Cop) i oil: r.xnttn: WnrM) ly Press Publishing Co I Loc Uikjw.n im limit in land or language and recognizes n ' laV. It's lifslil Hits from the mountainside to the meadow land "i ancl Cupid is as much at home in the cottage as in the palaces ' of kings and queens .Till-? ma. sound liKr thi' In gin ning of ii fairy stor, luil it iMiYt. Il h l In (In with t ir lulu itKT.i In Ihe In i s ol' uim- p!e pt'UPle, till! "stiMiigi' people" cii tlii- on cum, who, however, nro hct- aldcd in the six and MX"cn sheet Illngllng ltrothcts, Itanium and llallcy'H "tircutcst Show n Earth," ns "World Wonders," and "Marvels of tho Age," Mroatcst Liv ing Curiosities," and "Mysteries of the Human Race." Docs love enter Into the lives of theso people who, to the ordinary mortal, are creatures of another world; who yesterday were "freaks" nnd who to-day have been painted in the nimble Imagination of tho pub licity men of tho circus as Just "strange people?" giants, midgets, 'Anakc charmers, sword swnllowers, head hunters, cannibals, tatooed ladles, bearded ladles nnd beardless men? With few exceptions they have all had their passing fancies and con aumlng passions, their dreams, their disappointments, their hopes and loves. " .IL-ouIs Graham and Clydo Ingalls, man agora of this part of the show, cmlled whon tho question was put to ".hem, for the story of the romances of tho "strange pcoplo" Is an old one with them. There's "Zip," tho "What Is It?" product of P. T. Uar tium. who has been tho sport and amusement of tho kiddles of throe generations, who Is eighty-six years old and says that lie's from fourteen to thtrty-slx. Iast year Zip was the devoted slave o Clifford, the lady mftklner "enn pnfl" ,vrq nt Alnrolnnn And Maralana sympathizes with tho Weakness of Zln. She smiles ilnwn in film nnd tlMrlna 1.1m . . n .1 . I . V, I (ana Zip Is as happy as a kid with his first radiophone. 1 lkfarsbimi rnn nffnnl In hn .-..ailmm k ni4 . nnM. .11. m - . . .... . . 1. 1 uiliuiuulii;. iur Hiin is nliii nn j-cura nunoymoon wun Giant George, her first and only love. She 1b seven feet and six inches In Height and built in glorious. If gener ous, proportions. Marslona met her lata In a drug store In Saarbruck, Alsace-Loralne. She was then tour ing the country as thn tallest l.iriv its. r HI v roetcra or the i pianist In captivity and dropped Into he drug; store to get somo face , owder. ijj Giant George watted upon her. He .na tho first man she had met In her Voung life she had to look up to. Sho looked, ho looked and right there Dan Cupid unhooked two lovc-tipped ar frorw. In two weeks they wero en- ' Igagcd. He was a fellow countryman, three years her Junior, and In their native language sho painted to blm i the Joys and profits of life, on tho road. Right there ho forsook drugs Ifor forensic flights nnd histrionic honors. In the parlanco of the show, they were "hooked up." Their union haa brought themi a daughter, Ruth, how nlno months old and ns tall as a hlne-year-old boy and weighing forty pounas, xuansiana says mat sues the 'boss" and Georgo grins In actiules tenfle. He's twentr-one and she's twenty-four. Count PauccI, better known as tho fBaron the midget "masher," has tho frumitlltlAn nt t.Jlna- n . ( 1 i V.I ,1 main $jpami. Last year he was all atten- .on to Lady Little, a deb midget, but this season he seems to havo escaped heart whole only to plunge into hope, less love with tho princess Wee Wee. Going Down ! MV DEAR FRIEND: May Invito your thought to the word STICK? It mean to fatten by gluing, or to fix. It alio meant a rod, or a itaff. It it a splendid word when applied to a job, or wht you Jar doing, If you have a Job stick. The history of the world ( shows that all great men 8TUCKI They went after a thing and kept after it! They rrdver let go. Take up what It right ahead of you and ttlok. Make up your mind what it is you are going to do and then stick until you do itl If you mutt change your job, go up and keep on going up, but 8TICK! You may detptte flguret, but they are useful, jutt the same. Refuting to add a column cf numbers will never give you Jj the total. f Qet at your tatk and ttick! Yeun, ALFALFA SMITH. The Huron Is a product of Sicily and was in the Mcwsina rartluittako which, however, hint nothing to do with lin shrunken stature. "Transparent" Wllllnm, Ihr liui. r sUi'lelon is no lunger with the i in iis. Wlllte fell In love with Lillian Mi louey tho Albino girl, who ho pro nounced tho only perfect blonde lie li.nl eer met In his life. Mls. Ma limey objected to the attention of the s-Ueletoii and the skeleton Is no Ion, among those ptcf,ent Willi th" str.inv people. Lcntlnn Is the three-legged man and into his life has entered what he hopes is his first and last and lasting romance. He Is happily married and has two sons and a daughter. Lcntino was born In Italy anil until bo was six years old could use h'.s third leg im an equal footing with the other two. Then hlsibody outgrew the third, member, font even to-day he has full control over the leg and says that In uses It In swimming as a rudCcr. And be can swim like a fish Amok, the Igorote head hunter ef Luzon In the Philippines, has experi enced tho tender passion. Ho left a sweetheart behind In Luzon and then went to war with the 306th Infantry Regiment of tho 77th Division. When he camo back from tho war ho learned that his sweetheart was mar ried to a stay-at-homo rival. Put be declares that there may be an food llsh still In the tea as ever have been caught and one day soon he in going back to tho Philippines (o look for another. "Ask him how many sweethearts he 1ms In New York," said Martha Morris, tho armless girl who sits on the platform next to tho head hunter. Amok didn't blush, but had a sweet mihIo for tho pretty girl who writes nnd sews with her toes, and says i hat s,ho has no tlmo for beaux, be cause In tho winter tlmo sho Is'flnlsh Ing her education In Chicago. Another of tho married freaks Is AJax, the sword swallower. One sword is child's play fqr tho epiglottis of AJax. He swallows half a dozen at a time. Ho boa two children and says that one of them has alrendy de veloped a remarkable propensity for his father's profession. He swallows the cutlery at the table, and his mother has to continually count the sliver and keep all the knives and scissors locked up. Also Artorta, the tatooed lady, is a blushing bride. Sho is Mrs. Charles Gibbons and halls from I.os Angeles, Cal., where her husband ll-cs and conducts a tatoo parlor. It was her husband who transformed her body into on art gallery. When sho isn't with the circus she la u sort of model for the tattoo studio. Other women havo been tattooed a llttlo bit, but nono of them have gono further than to havo a design etched upon them whero It will not lnterfero with eve ning gowns. Laurello, the man with tho revolv ing head, managed onco to make his head and eyes behavo long enough to kocp his eyes focused upon the one particular girl who came into his life for keeps. Iaurcllo is married and tho father of a couple of children. And then there are Mr and Mrs. Doll. Harry Is twenty-two years old nnd 28 inches In height, while draco is twenty-four nnd two Inches taller man ner spouse. They aro a cuto couple, but lately Oraco has become a bit Jealous of tho attentions of Harry to the Princess Wee Weo, and now Clyde Ingalls has Georgo Augur, the 84-foot giant, sitting between tho two ilvnls on tho platform. Grace says that sho doesn't care, because Harry can't marry tho Prin cem on nccount of tho matrimonial stilngs sho has on him; nnd then, anyhow, Giant George Augur, who could put her Into ono of his pockets, sho says is a real man. "Now, don't you get Into nny quarrel over mo," the giant told her. "I don't llko your Jealousies." I huven't forgotten last season in Chi cago when you hit mo with a chair." "Now, you hush," said Grace, anil she climbed up on his vest, and witli a foot In i ach pocket, putted bis heel; vuth one ot her tiny humto. liut the romunclit ol all rornunceia in the Kroup of utiungH people Ii Chief Pantagal, th erstwhile cannibal uV the Island of Voa In the Nev' Hebrides, lift says that he doesn't like to talk about the people bo has eaten. Married' Let Pantngal tell it. "I've got thlitv-seen wives in Voa," he said. "Hut I wont to school In tho Picsbyterlan Mission and they took my wives away from me. They hald that I was only entitled to run-. Well, then I fight. Sen that scar In my leg? Well, that's whero I got shot. I got my wives back all right, but then I caino here nnd only had threo wives and they wouldn't let me have morn than one. . "My last wife In this country was a Modoc squaw, but she got bit by ;i Gila monster and went crnzy and thev took her away. I guess that was all right, though. When I go back to Von 1 will have a reunion with my thirt seven wives," ; ' ' . r--- jj 4 J take A Good look at 1 1 i have a CTam mrsTV- Irs de bluff You will ) EfA FM de bluff -C Relives, these pearls j deb,luff ) , lL tae itO loo Please VH I ) Mamdv teRLUFP wait. help J C ' n S . J DoN 'T BLAttE I WOW DO HE DQESMT ) rH' lp HEAW ) ( You BELIEVE ) 5 ELI EVE I'M iSf (hE?y MARGIE" By Caroline Copyright, 1932, (New fork Evenlnc World) by Press I'ubllahlnc Co. The Locc Story of a New York, Working Girl. .Marrtry MlndoD, nlnrtMii, helps U eoppert her nldewed mether by working nt din mtn's (lere counter In e Iuk New Yerk drpartmrnt store. Ilrr most Intimate "rhiim" Is Mslslr I.tc, a ffUon- selrxtrl. Mslsle's "steady" Is Clarence Wimple, n floonalkrr. Mnricle lias no "hrau" she feels her real "I'llefe Charmlnt" will iome nlonr nnd lite up to hrr Idrals nrln this etery te-dey and tee hew Manle's drrauis work out. REVELATIONS "My ideal Is refined and kind," she JUST a little before tho noon hour found herself whlbpcrlng. "I believe the following dny Margie was not If nioro girls would only wait until at all surprised to see bet so- they found a man who lived up to called Prince (""harming eut'-i the helr girlhood dreams marriage would "gents' furnish- ins" department and make his way toward her counter. ''Hero ho .., ,, i, 1 . p e r o d Matslo. twlco as excited as Margie, who pretended to bo busily engaged assorting and count ing gloves. "I beg your pardon," said tho young man. "but these gloves you sold mo aro a size too small. I said eight nnd one-half, and when I reached homo my sister, who usually does nil my shopping for me. told mo . ., , , . that I really wom eight and three- qmrters 11a you suppose I might exchange them"" .Maigl.-f .. - met those or the joung num. and a quick, responsive flash told tfif-m tbat theirs was a case of love at ilret sipht ' ,, . "Ot course, hM only u too glad to change them," declared Mai- gie "I'll get the next slzo and we'll try them on to bo uultu certain they am all right before i call Ihn Door walker " Willi" .M.ltliie kllpped aioiiud I he other side oi the counter to hunt tho proper size gloves .Malslo caino up to her and eagerly whispered, ".Margie, he's cra2y about you I had no Idea ho would ever come back. I bcllevo be really IS your Prince ("harming He's so kind and refined too " Margie f-hrusgod hoi shoulder. Shn was down on her knees now iel ng into il -orts of boxes and glove drivers, Crawford be so much more Impressive and mean h0 niuch more to them. We know what we want at sixteen. Wo are XCT? particular then, but nt eighteen our "rst heau comes ulong, usually some onfi who doesn't appeal to us at all, but he Is tho first one to send flowers, to take us to a show, and before wo know It we either marry him or else we aro not as particular about tho second beau." "Well, I boliovo you have thn right dopo." firmly announced Malslo. I bolievo ho is your prince and I'll bet yu ct lllm- cnn't J"0" lnd "ls oUj B,rls hunte , vuln Thoro was not a No. 8i pair of gray silk gloves In tho house. "rm sry." li,ald Margie as hIlj made her way back to tho young man, ..,t Ju!jt )lapenfi tnlt W1) JiaVP rllll nut of your Mze. i can takn your older and within tho next week or ttn day- send the gloves to you." xgaln their eyes met. Ear h thinking- the same thought Ho would have to give her lus naino and ad- Ul,!Ss! That would mak thu ,lrst step toward their acaualntanco ,hs kld brown eyt.9 llKhteJ up. Thank you so much." he lauKhed JWhtly, and ytt, back of it all there Mas u gre.it deal or dignity ami sen oiisness tn his voice us he udded ' Von might send them to frank pif fniil," and gave a Hrooklyn addrei-s "They'll be theto in about ten days," voltinteeiod .Margie, as sin Wrote his name l'rnnk Spaffnrd, ri the first time. If they are not I'll uill aglan," lie IauShed. and with a ehararteristn- loss oi ins iienii unu a merry tuugn IKippeared around the countei "I'rinee 1'iank fr"in Hruoklj n," said Malslo. "Say, Margie, you don't "int " pnnoe from 'ovei there!'" l anarsin or j iatiunas nay, l eat not whenco h conift'i." Hmiled Mar Flt., ho Is my Ideal nun . To Morrow A Masculine Pandora, The Jarr By Roy L. Copyrltht, 1022 (Now York Hvenln HAVINO sent telegrams to their wives, who resided two blocks away, tho telegrams conveying their undylne; affection and the In formation that It was a wild night at sea and that tho children should not bo permitted to Join tho Khltteis, vthlch was nn organization of Juvenllu delinquents and would imperil their moral stamlnn, Mr. Jarr nnd Mr. Hanglo proceeded on with their new found friends. Mr. William Watklns Wilkinson, of Hartford, Conn , nnd Mr. Ilenjamln II. Ilingham, whoso card had stated that ho was, among many other things, Kxaltcd Past Orand Wlmpus of Prooklyn Sanc tuary No. 4 of the Sheltering Order of Wok-Wok, or Married Mon'n Pro tective Association. Mr. Hltigham, It was evident, had tho confidence, of all. Perhaps for the reason that ho was, oh It aftcr wnrd transpired, a confidence man. Hut tho fat, red-nosed und bald headed Mr. William Watklns Wilkin son, ot Hartford, Conn., Mr. Jarr re garded with solemn suspicion. "Hut he has the most remarkable brow I evet beheld," Interposed Mr. Itanglo solemnly. "No other man ever had such a brow, except, per haps, Humboldt I" "Humbug, you mean!" growled Mr Jarr. "Humboldt, I said," rftorted Mr. It ingle "Mcxandei on Humboldt, traveller nnd nrehaeolugiht and author i.f that i omprehensiv- classic of an thropology, 'Cosmoi.'" "Oh, him?" raid Mr. Jarr in u mollltled tone "I knew Alex well. (',iiyilshl, 102.', (NV v YurK l:n.ln Yul i in .musi.i your delicate Iul" i nil it beautitulls .md u ta'lu the oilginul bh.ipi ilnl If iu iiii'lull) U'iKte thn cull, ii on a piece of wlllte cotton f.ibrti; nnd wash It on that I'se lukewiirm wit. r and white hnap and do not ' ' nlliu. jun iiifeye it. Rf' -ihiv anil d-v Ir direct minlig.'i New stockings Hhrnild be n, ..J be'or- tliej ;nc worn Tina nil! to move tbp sizing and provt nt thu holes thai oft'n appear In the Unit j For the Housewife's Scrap'book Family McCardell t World) by Tress Publlhtns Co. I helped him muku out his Incomo tax." "Then i.ay no nioro!" laid Mr. Kangle, breathing hard on Mr Wll liinsoti'H bald heml and polishing It with his coat Hleijve. "If I had u bruw like that, extending fioni my eyes to thn back of my neck, I would nsk my fellow men to gaze upon It with awe and rapture." Mr. .Ilingham niuiniunvl uppicetal ingly. "Too true, too true!" And Mr. Wilkinson proudly held himself erect. "Is that a liean for e.hlldren to track nuts upon?" continued Mr Itiiugln orntorically. "Is that a nob that should li demeaned by tho pla cards of our national advortlscrs?" "I must send Mrs Jarr a telegram about It." said Mr. Jiur gravely. "It Is Indeed a remarkable brow. Solid ivory and of a dull domestic finish." At theso words Mr Itanglo breathed again upon Mr. Wllkinsoii'H hairless cranium and gave it unother brisk shlnu with his sluovo. Hut If tho gentleman ftom Hait ford had no hair, he ols-i luul no tancor. "Yea," said Mr. Mangle, as the party onco moro got under way to lind another telcgiuph ollUe to m nil morn tei gi urns to their wives, "sui'b a Hlm.il tyan occiput st ou'd Its d.s played and dcmuustniud at institu tions of learning that aiii' itioiei stu dents might endeavor to di vd p I. rows of illto lmpresslvenem." "I would !iUBreit," s.id M' Jiirr with a f.nei r, "that a motto i illn?: 'Then- 1 1 Nothing Jl'ie' should be chiseled on his bald n! 1 bran, tl at the world might wnnder whet Unr it meant hulr or brains or both " r Yorld by Press Publishing Co. wearing of unwashed sto. I mgi II' l-icrv should lie washed olteti in i'l' to off iet the damage 'mm persplri (mo .nut iihn to avoid a eimt.nunu Mi i.n on the sunn p.vi of t n tto In Whin wiistutiK the linen ptei i mid -.ill and some .scraped o.ip to I no .'luieli. To eery two i ups of starch allow one i'.i.-)ioon earn ol' the hoap jnl 'tilt ThlH will make the ironiim f-isy and give the Uuind gloss to the linen. Copyright, IBM (Nw Vork :tmiIii World) by Vnn Publlihlnc Co. voiics Are Hoisting Aerials Instead of Steins ar.ci Drinking in Ether Messages lAniOPHONK I s greatest Invention slnco Prohibition KeifliM 'em out ot cdlar up on roof Men women and i lilldien that used in freiiuctit bars md Hpeak-cusles in.w Kt.iy home and lap up ether Hudlophnne Is revolutionizing Ameri can home. Is bringing family cloaei ipgether but emptying the churches. Wholo family can now stay in bed Sunday morning and llHten to sermon while they sleep. ltadlo nlso keeps kiddles out of trouble. Keeps 'cm oft the sidewalks, out of mischief. Yon never sec kiddles In street nny more except when they fall off toof. RADIO NOTES. Clarence Ollcksleln of Peith Amlioy writes In to say that he Is using a wrecked lllvver as an aerial nnd get ting good results. The flivver landed In a treo top by accident and Mr. tillcksteln was quirk to net and string wires with good effect. Ho repoits that his radloford now has range of ISt) miles, without gasollno. It catches every vibration between Pittsburgh and Newnrk, even Including rough toads and Octours. Fashion changes will be broadcasted every hour from Oil City, Pa., com mencing to-morrow at 6 A. M. Tho London I'antomlmo Company will glvo a concert Saturday evening from S to 10.30 P. M. In Hrooklyn, 21S home brewers havo converted their stills Into radio out Ills. They aro trying to catch Mil waukee WHAT TO HEAR TO-DAY. FOB (Detroit) 8.00 A. M., fight returni from Chicago Qr.iml Opara Company. 8.30 A. M., ier-, mon, "Where Do Buttons Como From?" by Rev. Jasper Q. Hoo- (AH Why Not Look Your Best? By Doris Copyright. 1922 (New York Evening DEAR MISS DOSCHER: I read your column dally and would like to know what I could use to make my hair a pretty shade of henna without harm- ' ing it, as my hair is blonde now and I am leaving it come back to its own color. MARIE. Why uso an other artificial ', I OoULU BOSCHKR.. preparation to chango tho color of your hair? Naturo will tako care of r' Courtship and Marriage By Betty Vincent "Dear Miss Vlncenti We are two girls, sixteen and eighteen, nnd very much in love with two young men. One is twenty, the other thirty-five, and both are ardent lovers. The older Is a miserly bachelor, but he can be free with his money when he wishes. The younper has a mother who objects to his ma.-rying so young, as tho says it will inter fere with his career. Would you advise us to marry these men? One would have to marry the boy without his mother's consent, and the other would have to beg the miserly bachelor for money when she has always been used to money "LUCIA AND MILDRED." I.ovo is not blind n your enses at all. You sen thing lust tho way thoy are. Do not marry tho boy wh.mo mother objects, for re would ho cer- tain to return to br Do not marry tho Uichelor who Is 'Jtlngy if you love lo spend moi.ey. "Dear Miss Vincent: I am a llirl of nineteen and have known u younn man of tho same age for about a year. Wa have had several tiffs, but always managed lo make up. Recently however we had quite a serious quarrel and when he called me up on the phone I said, 'I heard you were married,' just in n joke. He re plied, 'I am waiting for you.' Now Miss Vincent this young man wants me to make up onco more and after wh.it he said do you think he really cares for me" "HELEN." U'he voting in in evidently cares lor you or In- would noi ulwajs tr to seek you out alter your tiffs. I)n soil think von are to blame for thrse quarrels oi that you can manage t" understand i .teh other bettei Trv iivnld ultlili...i, llnmi nMi-l) no cun not agree nnd keep along plens.int f"Dtr. diek of Ocean View, Kan. 8.45 A. M, bedtime etory for niflht watch man, "The Weleh Rabbit and the Poker Kitty," furnlihed by Police Caiette. 9.30 A. M., clog danc ing by McTavish and Epstein. 10.15 A. M., hooch formula by International Casket Company. II. 30 A. M., Wall Street concert, "The Old Oaken Bucketthop." 1!? M., official time from Elgin, III. 12.30 P. M., Philadelphia of ficial time. COD (New York) 2.00 P. M.. score by inningi, Mutual Welfare League. 2.30 P. M-, concert, "The Cover Charge of the White Light Brigade," by Head Waiters' Male Qu.irtet. 3.00 P. M., addrest by George Harvey, "Diplomatic Secrets, or Do I Use Ladles' or Men'a Stockings When Dressing forn Court Function?" 3.00 P. M.. protests at Harvey's speech by United States Senate. 4.30 P. M.. exhibition of fancy crocheted work. 5.45 P. M., official dry weather reports by Anti-Saloon League. 6.30 P. M., juggling and wire walking by Goldberg, Kelly and Krantzleln, direct from Shut age's cirouit. 7.30 P. M., choir singing, "Ohm, Sweet Ohm," by Westlnghouse double quartet. 9.00 P. M., daily shooting report from Hollywood,, Cal. K K K (Atlanta) .00 P. M.. lecturo, "Now Is the Time to Have Your Tonsils Cut," by Dr. E. T. Lutz, chiropodist. 7.30 P. M.. sacred concert by boys' band of W. C. T. U. 8.15 P. M., moving pictures. 9.15 P. M., address, "The Four-Power Treaty Will Be Opposed in the Senate as Long as Mule Power and Lung Power Are the Only Recognized Powers," by Senator Wheatcake. 10.00 P. M-, fanoy gargling by male octet from laryngitis ward. 10.45 P. M., balloon ascension. 11.30 P. M., bedtime stories for the kiddies, told by Paneho Villa. 12.15 A. M., election returns from Congo Free State. 1.30 A. M., travelogue, "Seeing Nellie Home," with Mer ton Gomes. Doecher World) by Press PuMlshtni C. it If you will just hare a lit tl, patience. Massage the scalp well, iu In a little vasellno and I am sure h will not bo long before your hair Is Its own color, which will be more In coming to you than any artificially dyed hair could be. Dear Miss Doschert I am fifty years old and I lest twenty-fL pounds in the past three months and it has left my face looking terrible. The loose skin hangs down about my mouth and chin, and causes awful , wrinkles on each side of my nose. Please tell me what I can do to 4 make my face look decent again. Will massage do me any good, if. so, please tell me how. JEANETTE W. . You do not etate If you lost the pounds by Intentional reduction m through nn Illness, but In either case you will And that jrlth deep breathlns ' exercises, massaging the face with n rotury motion with the palm of the hand, und rubbing a piece of Ice ou-i the faco every morning before going out of doors, tho skin will gain a nw elastlrlty and the baggyncss will disappear A little extra rest und a light nourishing diet will help to build up your general health. Dear Miss Doscheri Kindly tell me what to do for a large bust. I am sixteen years old, and while tho rest of my figure is normal my bust is ex tremely large. E. H. You will lind that the following ex ercise helps to decrease the fatty tissues of tho bust: Stand erert Try to make the elbowH meet In tho back. Stretch the arms In front of tho chest as far as poiRlble, palms together. Italse them above tho head, stretching well: carry' them back of tho body as far as possible, clwayn with the elbows ntialght, gradually coming round to m.,. fr(,. Try ui, developing the rest of your ,lKUIe s,, tllat you vv1 h ,1Pltor proportions all over Vv t-sar6ssssssKVsT SPRING EXERCISE ISO - D I E T By Doris Doscher A Pr;u-ti,-:il Health Series f r V' mtjn Begins Monday, April 3 V MAGAZINE PAGK aetettt'tttsst I" :