Looking at Life KHICH ISItANDKIS )7iis had her fa co By Mine, lifted. In case you don't remembci Mme. Elena Lupescu is, what i polilely called tho "consort" ol former King Carol of Rumania who, as you know is one of tho things that was the matter with that unhappy country. Not having boon able to come to this country for the operation, I he lady had a New York plastic surgeon come to Mexico Cit> where she received a complete facial reconstruction. According to those who have seen her recently, all the telltale wrinkles of her 46 years have disappeared, her double chin has been eliminated, and her skin is smooth. What those who have seen her have not been able to report, is whether her heart has been rejuvenated, whether the wrinkles have been removed from her mind, whether one single minute has been taken off her -16 years, one single second added to her span of life. 1 wonder what women try lo accomplish with this face-lifting business. To my mind there isn't anything quite so lovely and quite so dignified as a person growing old gracefully. Wrinkles' and gray hairs are the marks of battling life. They .arc tho service ribbons of everyday duty well done. I don't think that face lifting, haii 1 dying, layers of rouge and powder or any other devices for regaining youth fool anybody.