Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on September 16, 1973 · Page 92
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Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida · Page 92

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1313 W. RANDOLPH ST. CHICAGO. ILL. 60607 Beautifully Feminine ® . . . with LIFETIME LINING for Complete Comfort and Shape Retention! BONDING is 100% smooth, soft Acetate Tricot! You Save $4.00 NOW PAY ONLY For »25 KN(K:KEM-DEAD ZIP-FRONT JUMPSUIT . . . collar xip» up lo liecoiiM! a turtle neck or end* up with |M >inlK («» shown). Brief HICCVCS, unuMially clever belt. Sling a chain or add your own touches to make it you! Bright-toned for arouml-town activities! SIZES 7 to 17, 8 to 20 14Vs to 24'/s Colors: • CAMEL • GREEN • LILAC • RED MONEY BACK eUARANHE! illl W. RHMpb St., eklMfi, IH. linT Sand fha following (quan.) KnH JMIV«M«(*) STYLE NO. SIZE 1st COLOR 2nd COLOR • PnPMOt I endove full poymwit plin 99c lACM pottuga and n «SS«'T; «f ^\!"- ^ <5Ave c .o.o. CHARGCS). Sndling ** P"* postafl. «nd ' NAME (Print) .oDuss -i,^: .CITY. .STATE. © 1973 Poroda Foitiioni. Inc. sWhatlntbeH^! CHARLES & SUSIE The curtains are checked Bachelor Charles Tumbridge has two loves in his life: his motor scooter and his white Samoyed dog, Susie, A van driver for a department store dm-- ing the day, Mr. Tumbridge enjoys spending liis evenings and weekends in the country. So he built Susie a doghouse-sidecar for his scooter. The blue- and-yeUow sidecar, witli little blue- checked curtains, has a sliding door at the side and a sliding sun roof. Susie has a bowl for snacking and a first-aid kit, which Mr. Tumbridge uses when he comes on animals who have been injured in highway accidents along the roads near his London home. Ahh, to be a dog! PALOMA PICASSO Papa painted at the dinner table QUOTE: "My first few memories date back to the age of three," says Paloma Picasso, 24-year-old daughter of the late Pablo Picasso. "My father was around 70.1 liked to look at him silently while he was painting at the dinner table. My mother was doing the same thing in the next roonn. Painting was a' common, natural activity for me. I thought all other people in all other houses did the same thing. Sometimes I took a pencil and I drew something on my own. My father stopped working now and then, and stioking my head, gave a glance at my drawings. He never said, 'Change tlie color* or 'Eliminate that point.'... No! He always said, 'That is very good! I like it. Chil- Senator Tunney P«>^ dren must not be influenced,' he re- 00 peated. 'Their art must be free and spontaneous. Time will see if it is a mere child play or a true talent.'" UNQUOTE. What happens to Mexican-Americans and other non-English-speaking defendants when they wind up in U.S. courts? According to Sen. John V.Tun­ ney (D-Calif.), they can get interpreters only if they're very lucky. With more than five million Mexican-Americans living in the U.S., Tunney says: "There are only four full-time Spanish- speaking court interpreters in the Southwest." In Cahfomia, the federal district court in San Diego employs one full-time inteipreter. As Tunney sees it, .simultaneous translations for those who can't speak English ought to be mandatory. "Surely," he says, "any legal proceeding that allows a party to an action to be deprived of life, liberty or property without bothering to insure that he understands fully what is going on at the trial is so lacking in basic and fundamental fairness as to be violative of tlie due-process clause of the Constitution." DATES: The U.N. General Assembly begins its regular annual meeting in New York Tuesday. Autumn begins Saturday. ANNIVERSARIES: The U.S. Constitution was adopted by the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia 186 years ago Monday. BIRTHDAYS (all Virgo): Sunday- Lauren Bacall 49; B.B. King 48; Peter Falk 46; Janis Paige 50. Monday -Warron Burger 66; Anne Bancroft 42; Roddy McDowall 45; Orlando Cepeda 36; Stirling Moss 44. Tuesday -Greta Garbo 68; FrankieAvalon 33. Wednesday -Twiggy 24; Duke Snider 47; Mickey Mouse 45 (his first movie, "Steamboat Willie," premiered in New York 45 years ago) .Thursday -Sophia Loren 39. BIRTHDAY PEOPLE: Greta Garbo and Warren Burger 22 FAMILY WEEKLY, September 16,1973

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