The Corpus Christi Caller-Times from Corpus Christi, Texas on August 19, 1951 · Page 55
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The Corpus Christi Caller-Times from Corpus Christi, Texas · Page 55

Corpus Christi, Texas
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Sunday, August 19, 1951
Page 55
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Not a shadow of a doubt ~ You thank your lucky stars for Kotex and the confidence it gives you. You've discovered those flat, pressed ends prevent revealing outlines. And you stay comfortable, too, because the new Kotex is made to stay soft while you wear it. Gives you heavenly softness that holds its shape. Just two of all the welcome features you depend . on--and find only in" the new, softer Kotex. ' Kotex conies in 3 absorbencies--(3 sizes)--for different women, different days. All have the special safety center and soft, moisture-resistant edges for extra protection. What's more, Kotex can be worn on either side, safely. Kotex In flw --«*tro ab- *orb«ncy for moru- Junior KoUx in lt» Gnmn'Bai- lor woman who prafw a dtghHy narrow«f napkin. Kotex in KM Btv* Ion -- perfectly ivit*d to lha AMds of mott woman. More women choose KOTEX than alf other sanitary napkins H«V§ yow tried Dttuy ? It's the new bathroom tisane that's safer because it's softer. A product as superior as Kotex. A tissue as soft and absorbent, as Kleenex. (We think that's the nicest compliment there is.) I pared* AUGUST 19, V?i LATEST wafer -ikiing itunfr is helicopter »pin, in which Bill Haffield and Dick Pope/ Jr., make full turn in air. Easier Than It LOOKS! That's what you'll find, experts. By BILL STOKES T HE Htrsih- YOUNG FELLOW was amazed. "Me water ski? Man, that's hard. I'd take a ducking!" Just then, a motorboat roared past. Strung far behind"it, a.little girl-she.couldn't have been more than seven-calmly rode one ski as she waved to her mother over on the beach. · The pjace was .beautiful Meeks Bay at California's Lake Tahoe.'But itcould have been of a thousand beaches throughout the U.S. The incident simply proves a point water skiers have been making for years: America's newest thrill sport is easy. · Thousands of non-believers are learning that this summer. They're also learning that, compared with snow skiing, the water sport is less dangerous, less bother, and less expensive. And what's more, ifs more juri: · AH you need is a pair of skis, 75 feet of rope and the use of a fast boat. The skis, which are shorter'and broader than snow skis, you can make, rent or buy for $25 or $40. The rope is no problem. Neitfier is the boat. If-an inboard is available, fine, but any outboard down to 7 ^-horsepower or so will do. -* You Learn Fast T cotrasE you can't ski like the boys'and the girls in the pictures here on your first try. But within an hour you can "walk" confidently on water-at 35 mph! Bruce Parker, twice national and world champion, has a simple entrance test at his ski Amityville, N.Y. "Can you jump rope or play hop scotch?" he asks prospective pupils. "If you can do that, you, can water ski."

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