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THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER Page 3-G ? Z" r Chic .Ailment; Follows Travel Sunday, March 21, 1965 against Jet lag. Store buyers, dress manufacturers, editors, fashion photographers and all those who travel two to six times a year to far places, know and dread the inevitable attacks. For his last trip to Europe, designer Bill Blass decided to play smart. For eight nights before he took off, he collected an extra hour of sleep. In Paris he came down with a worse case of jet lag than usual. Somebody on Madison Avenue gave the disease the name jet lag, and it's a beauty. The only thing you can say for jet lag is, it isn't fatal. wearing a big straw hat and a navy blue dress from Dior with a pleated skirt. She was coping with jet lag by working through a full scale luncheon oyster and chopped steak with onions and mushrooms. Later she planned to ease Into life in New York by driving clear around the city and looking it over. Jet lag happens often to Israeli-born Daliah. She Is always traveling between her flats in London and Paris. She's just back from Cambodia where "Lord Jim" was filmed. FREQUENT TRIPS,. though, are no inoculation t - i T" I a it i-'f 1. q , t Hfs i" r f?f srf H 1 . $J W-itrMjrrT. 'p! BY EUGENIA SHEPPARD NEW YORK (HTNS) One of the chic new ailments is jet lag. To suffer from jet lag it's necessary to have traveled at least six or seven hours on a jet long enough to have dislocated the time perspective slightly. The symptoms of the disease are vagueness and dizziness, and the duration may be as long as a week. Jet lag strikes suddenly. The victim disembarks from the Jet plane feeling gay as a sprite, dashes through customs, checks into home or a hotel as the case may be, finds there's just time to make the next party, greets friends and in the course of the next few hours falls into a light coma. FROM THEN on there's no quick cure for jet lag, described by various suffers as "like a long hang- over," "like dancing out. of step" and "like feeling as if there were a huge sheet of plate glass between yourself and the rest of the world." A seasoned traveler hardly likes to admit feeling jet lag from a little Jaunt like a flight to New York from London, Paris or Rome. The trip the other way, though, is apt to have more serious consequences. There's the tempting arrival in the morning with a whole brand-new European day ahead. A night's sleep goes down the drain, never to be caught again. Actually jet lag from a little trip is harder to fight, psychologically, at least, than jet lag from a longer one. Travelers around the world usually Just have to give up and sometimes sleep as long as 18 hours at a stretch. REMEDIES for jet lag are as individual as the symp toms of the disease. Try a long brisk walk. Try another hot meal, even if you've just finished one on the plane. Try going to bed immediately. Try not going to bed immediately. Try sliding gently from the last time schedule into the new one, or move the hands of the traveling clock forward and do it all at once. Try everything and it won't do any good. Jet lag will still be there a minor but ghastly kind of emotional shock. A gorgeous girl in the Sherry Netherlands bar recently, movie star Daliah Lavi, was suffering from jet lag. She had flown in from London to give herself plenty of time to recover before the premiere of "Lord Jim." She's the only female star in the cast. DALIAH, who has a strong, square-jawed face and enormous dark eyes, was dressed for spring:. She was Mr. Carl's House 3319 ERIE AYE. WiHIWMiallOTfiiEK'Wlil.WJWiriilM-il'lir-;' Council of PTAs, check final arrangements for "Project Poly-Vac." The project to have every child immunized against contagious diseases will be held Monday in 21 areas of the city. PTA and other volunteers, Identified by a tag reading PTA Project Poly-Vac, will go door-to-door to emphasize the importance of immunization and tell where the temporary clinics will be held. Joint Venture Mrs. Elmer L. Kiehfuss, health chairman of the Federation of Catholic PTAs; Dr. Kenneth I. E. Macleod, Commissioner of Health, and Mrs. Yoichi Oikawa, health chairman of Cincinnati Elementary Gray hair? Dull hair? Bleached hair? Ceylon's Woman Premier Faces Judgment Of Voters waiter DIAMOND RINGS by win nan i! if mi i m ii mi i ; time- Plus tax Rings enlarged to ihow detail invited. Up to 18 months to pay. SERVICE SaUBEii 721-5555 C0VINGT0N-19I-4121 Pike and Madison TRI-C0UNTY-77I-332I Shoooinq Center MILFORD-831-4021 Shopping Center MI0DUT0WN. OHIO J DAYTON OHIO CYNTHIANA. 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But she had spent her life on the rim of the political world, and as the daughter of an aristocrat she was born to leadership. Reared as a devout Buddhist but schooled in Catholic convents, she has a deep social conscience, and devotion to welfare work, for which she was trained. Solomon Bandaranaike, was, like his wife, well born. But his political bent was socialist. He encouraged a simplicity in living and dress that belied his background. He won the premiership in 1956 from a conservative government that had leaned resolutely toward the West. He changed all that, and moved the country toward a govern-mentally-planned economy. His rule was so gentle that by the time a Buddhist monk pumped five bullets into his body in September, 1959, he was nearly a saint in the eyes of his people. In an emotional campaign that drew heavily on the assassinated premier's memory as well as her charm as a gracious, high - born woman, Mrs. Bandaranaike swept to victory. 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