Beverly Zubik -- Piano Recital Shaw Pupils
Piano Recitals To Be Presented By Shaw Pupils Mrs. Allen Shaw's piano stu dents will present a recital a 2 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ear Milton, 154 Bayshore Drive. The younger students -sill per form at 2 p.m. and they are Can dice Strickland, Linda Harvey Becky Ewing, Margie Hooper, E! len. Gill, Dixie Hooks, Janet Balke Mary Kunze, Cindy Ocms, Bever ly Zubik, Pat Garrett, Jerry Bal •, Penny Sharp, Joy Ka, Bowers, Kathy Eichelberger, Lisa Coker, Debbie Potts. Debbie Bak er, Don Rogers, Verlene Myer and Donna Rogers. The older students will perfonr at 3:30 p.m. and they are Chery Stoerner, Johnny Bright, Grp Garrett, Betty Lmleiman, Pa' Rogers, Gayle Edwards, Robert Grochoske, 'John Bull, Pemr is Bray and Martha Strauss. Engineers report that the world's largest air conditioning system, in Rockefeller Center, has cooling capacity equal to the melt- g of 25,619 tons of ice daily.