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!: THE MALAKOFF NEW8 SouthernBnes FoundCalifornia I I V Printed Trimmings of Silk Used on in I--I Elegant Da 1me Frocks of One Color ,,, Z With evidence that man may The smartest of the new dresse 0:40 and 4 Corres ndlng bust roamed southern California in are those in a single color with measurements 32, 34, 36, 38, 40 andWhen serving lettuce be sure that glacial epoch---nearly 25,000 ~ -~ ES W BARTON flashes of. p rln!ed silk to tr!mn4o Size 16 (34) requires 4% yards ~ ago. Prehistoric remains o[ DR. JAM . n .... " no water is Oil the leaves when ~Perml elephant, largest of all ~'~ ~, . all them. This ues~gn m one ..or t el of 39-inch fabric with ~ lengthfrench dressing is added. The water mammal's and what appeared tttgt r~oout mF best, mane or Dine .CIOKy SU~ an~l sleeve will spoil tlie dressing and the oU human being were unearthed Danger of Underweight trimmed with., a print ln,~,~lecl /o~1 Send your order to The Sewing will not adhere to the lettuce Do gPA workers digging 12 feet ~]'HILE there is no question rune on a wrote grouna. 'x e x n i Circle Pattern Dept., 367 W. Adams not put dressing on Iettuce until it t)ut tna~ It is easmr to tarot t~~;_,~., n . ' ' the sttrlace of the Slauson ~ ...... - -- --1. ............... I St, Chicago, Ill is to be served. i~drain Los Angeles. In a closely ..... " -- " -" [~':-:'q-'~ | j ~) Bell Syndlcllte.-~WNU Service. , , , we~gnt orr the overwe~gnt mot- F~:r-=----~!:~::: II ibled group were fragments ot ..... .. who E~~:~----tr~-~_ l~i;f. I I ................ Soap Improves with keeping, so ! two teeth and parts of a , ~ vidual than to put ~t on one ~~".':':~m~-~_~'L.~: t ~OVEREATIN~ AND _ . y~.l~^ "--q.~..:::: I I when the stores offer sales of soap, vertebra. Near by were smaller is underweight, neverthemss t~~-.+:t~.~ ~ v..:.:t ' I is conon{ ~o b ......... ls I I FAT ARE CALLED t e y t Uy a quantity of ~' Including a skull, there are many tam lnolwoua *~':':~ "~":':'= ' ' 'VI U RCLE' it if you are able to store it in a who could increase their weight I I CIO S CI coot, dry place. by eating more food and different food [~ ~ ~X ~] )~ I ] * * * "Twelve Stories Up ' than they are eating at present. [~ ]~ '~ ~ ~[ \ | ] A "vicious circle" nmkes fat pep-Cold roast beef toughens if cooked By FLOYD GIBBONS There are of course a number who |~ ][[~ ~ | ] pie fatter by increasing their appe- for any length of time in hot gravy. Famous Headline Hunter. come from "thin" families, other~ ~ . ~ t i~i~tt~ h \J [ tites as their weight goes up. It is better to heat gravy and pour whose body rocesses i a ~.~ ,~X~l,~ ,t ~ " --'" ~e e , . . , P " I II X.::::::.'~ ~ Y'~"~ 11 i / Tats conclusion is reached in ao" ~r th meat when ready to serve. GOING up! Take the next car, please! It s an mdoor aviator who s . ..... work fasterthan nor- ~..~.~~ ~ [~:~ J thesis written for a master of sel- * * * mal due tooveraetlv-n ~w~..'~xx x, ,~ ~:':~"~--~ " ree 1 t I t t~ the Unl come to tell us his tale of woe today--Distinguished Adventur- .. L /4t~..'_~% ~ :Yl"~'/:l | enee deg n ] e e "ca at - When papering a room cut off the er Edward T. McCrann, one of the best doggone elevator pilots that lty of tim thyrm,(~~~.~" ~ [ verstty of Iowa by Miss Letta Hous- left-hand selvage on rolls before yon gland in the necK, v~,.- ~. -u~ dn- "1 died re f 40 er [~Y~l ~mlmn~ ~~" ~mL~ ~lakh~dml ever answered a buzzer, others of the very ,~..'.:.:.:Ll~'~':"~e4 . "-~ , v,-- 12"/1|n er,n WlO StUn in in a gel up Or oP - begln~, to p'lste. Leave right-hand [~v~1 ImHml mnyhm|$ ~ Ed jumps around almost as fast as that elevator he used to drive. ~ nervous t pc, WhO" 3use" " a~~.~l~'~l~k .N~ mT v~:~,~r~:~: t! ~/ .... so s ra g g w ght f om 1..4 to selva~,e uncut. The overlapping meth- ~~~ Y . _ ~...':~I~X.- "T ~:: I / 322 pounas, od of papering is far easier than try- ~l P~" !n~m When I first heard from him he was living in New Haven, Conn. Two cannot seemto pu~ ,~.:.:.=a~ t~a,,~ ,, ~~i] wel,-ht F~.'.ll UlTI I I'l~g , | / "I found," she said, "that obese tag to place two edges together. ~~$~Pil on ~ . ~J CIM~Gil'l"zldvlly'~ weeks later, when ! had occasion to communicate with him he had ~~;J Whatlsunderwelght? [~ II i~ ~ tit!`. i /P~:S~s .a, oo more preference for _ * * * . . L~~~.Syn~ll moved to Washington, D.C. trttlon' men ~OO