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; VA11 Pages of History
Germany Prepares for the 193$ Olympic Games
' OEE than half a million spectators can ait con
- fortably in thla enormoua (porta arena, the
test concentration of stadia, gymnasia, fields an9
a ever constructed Id one single unit Nine-tenths
nil the activities of the next Olympic fames will
:, centered here. But .it will not take more than
. irty minutes to fill or empty the great space, with
t new transportation faculties created especially for
t a purpose. The center bowl Is the Olympic stadium.
Co Its opposite side, looking In the picture like an
men double-winged door, is the swimming stadium.
S-he large space td the left of the Olympic Stadium is
tiie assembly field, serving also as polo grounds. It
covers mors than twenty-four acres and accommo
dates 400,000 participants and spectators, On Its left
side rises the "Fuehrerturm", (Leader's tower) from
DANNY' USES HIS WITS
ho hesitates becauM of fa .
T Iom the thins bs holds- most
r HAPPENS over and over again
among human folks as well as
i uong the little people of the Green
ii orest and ' the Green ' Meadow
Perhaps it. was because he had seen
Jt happen more than once ' that
Danny Meadow Mouse acted as
julckly as be did. If he bad stopped
to think about it fear might have
prevented him from doing as he did
. is Great Claw Wars Spread Ready
to eelxe 8omeOne and That 8ome
One Was ths Big PIcksrsL -
and things might' have turned out
quite differently and not at all so
fortunate. v ,
But Danny's wits are sharp and
he has learned to use them quickly.
There '. Is nothing like danger to
sharpen one's wits and Danny, as
you know, UTIn danger a great part
of the time. As he sat there peep
ing out of the little bole in the bank
of the Smiling Pool where be had
sought safety be was surrounded by
danger and be, knew It It wasn't
Ji ?'X ' J L fWN6KY tyjO iV
Mi !, - i iFT'SNrfTWAfl V..
f Lk if- M - s
;-tfei Section of Special
which the Olympic bell will ring in the games. The
oval near the lower left-hand corner, above the rail
road cut, Is the equestrian stadium. Opposite, in the
midst of the wooded section in the upper - left-hand
corner, is the Dietrich Eckart open-air stage. To the
right of It, the small round space, Is the dancing
arena. At the distant right, there is a group of gym
Just beyond Is the
hand corner la the
are basketball fields and recreation halls. V; ;: . .
safe to leave and It wasn't safe to
remain. Could anyone possibly be
lu nun . ,
Be was doing his best to think of
some way out of bis troubles, when
be saw the Big Pickerel which bad
been, biding under some Illy pads,
swim out In the middle of the Smil
ing Pool and there stop close, to
the surface as if to enjoy the sun.
Not two minutes later there was a
sharp swishing sound In the air.
Danny looked up to see a dark form
shooting out of the sky, It was
Plunger ; the Ospreyi often called
Fish Hawk.; Bis great claws were
spread out to seise some one and
that some one was the Big Pickerel.
With i a , great splash Plunger
struck; the Water and disappeared
right where the Big Pickerel had
been a second before. Grandfather
Frog dived from his big green pad
with startled "Chug-arum t" Snap
per the Turtle sank from sight
Billy Mink " disappeared, Beddy
Fox stood up on bis . bind legs the
betterv to ' see.-? :-$' y.t, ,:;:
' With a quick glance up to see
that Bedtall the Bawk was not
watching, Danny darted out of bis
biding place and scurried along the
bank of the ' Smiling Pool toward
the Laughing Brook. , Be knew that
for a few minutes the attention ot
everybody would be fixed on Plung
er. He hoped that no one would
notice - a : scared little a Meadow
Mouse. He beard the water fall
Ing from Plunger and the. beating
of bls .great wings as he rose In
ths. air,, but he didn't even glance
to see If Plunger had caught the
Big Pickerel, He simply made those
four little legs of his go as fast as
they possibly could until be reached
a tangle of matted trass, under
which he' crept, bis heart going pits-pat,
pit-a-pat Not till then did
be look back. " ' ' '
C- T. W. BargMa. WNtJ Service.
Interest to Women and (MdifadefS,
nasia, pools and training buildings, with the "House
of German Sports" and an auditorium for WOO. On
the extreme right, straight over from the big center
bowl, are parking spaces for ten thousand automobiles.
hockey, stadium. in the lower right-
railroad station "Reichssportreiov
An underground railway station, also called "Relchs
sportfeld," Is opposite the hockey stadium. There also
By ANNE. CAMPBELL
TP HE fabric of your friendship
X ,, never" wears,
' Nor does It gather dust and pull
apart, . j- -' s . '
It falls with tenderness upon the
''" j'-.ca'res ' TF? $ TJT"'
' That, press, wbbn evening comes,
Nupon my heart
It Is a shawl to keep my shoulders
When all the world is cold, and
chill winds blow. .
It Is protecUon from the winter
And shade in summer , from the
bpt sun's glow.
The fabric of your friendship,
, woven fine ,.' -
'With all the beauty of your love
Embroidered In an Infinite design
By wisdom that your garnered
years have taught,
Is to my life the same as the blue
' To the tired earth a background
that la sure.
When all these lovely years hats.
The fabric ot your friendship will
i" CopyrisM WJTO SOTrteo. v
TU Dvf- Vinl
Dear Mr. .Wynn:
' I read In the papers of a taxi
dermist who took a Hon and skinned
him alive. Do you believe this! If
so, how did he do it J
, ST, ATICA.' .
- Answer! First he caught the lion.
Then he covered him with porous
plasters, then he pulled them off
again." r ' , . -
Dear Mr. Wynn:
My Son, ten years of age, goes to
public school. He now has , the
fjumps, : Should I. keep him from
school I . Tours truly, '
i 1 O. ATTBL.S-
- Answer: Let him go to school till
some of the other boys catch the
mumps, then he will have some one
to play with when you keep him
OUt Of SXbXK';!;
Dear Mr,; Wynh: 1 , '' . ? 'w
1 am a young Irish girt Just ar
rived In this country. I will have
to work In order to live, as 1 am a
poor girl I am - undecided , what
kind of work to do. - Do you think
It la all right for me to get a Job at
light housekeeping! . '. ;. , .-. ,
r '..., v,." - ' Yours truly,'
. Answer; Yes. But first find out
where the lighthouse Is located and
If you can get off on Thursdays. -
Dear Mr.' Wynn r - , '
: J read in the newspapers that the
ITALIAN GOOD THINGS
IN ITALIAN recipes calling lor
crated cheese the correct mix
ture Is one-third Gray ere. and two-
thirds Parmesan. ; -
' Risotto a la Mllanalss.
This la a very thick soup which,
with the poor, Is put on the breed,
thus making a substantial meal.
irnr. nse at a dinner it should oe
Considerably diluted. Cut up half of
larse onion id One pieces, aaa
butter the size of an egg and fry
to a bright brown, add one pound
of washed and soaked rice and one
quart of bouillon. Cook until the
grains are soft nut not cruaneu. a
the dish aside to keep hot add on
fourth pound of grated cheese and
two ounces of butter. Season with
white pepper, salt If needed, and a
bit of nutmeg, . :f,
Potaqe an Chou.
Boll one-half pound of rice and
the heart of firm cabbage in bon
us salted water until tender. Drain
and Chop the cabbage In Urge
roueh pieces. . Put back into the
soup pan with three ounces of bat
Chic Tailored Outfit
A stunning outfit of ahe tailored
rvna. A sown of raspberry red cot
ton lace In a geometric design 'Is
made with a waist-length Jacket and
worn over a matching silk taffeta
petticoat From Hattle Carnegie.
Statue of Liberty's right hand meas
ures Utt Inches. Is that true and
If so why did they make It Just
, j Yours truly,
', HUGH GOTTA SHOWMB.
Answer: Her hand was made 11
Inches long because the' sculptor
knew that If he made her band 12
Inches long It would have been a
-' WNU Strvlc.
Ruler of New Country in an Old Land
ter, three onions minced, and light
ly fried In the butter, aaa one
auart of good soup stock, salt and
mixed spice. Boll up for bail an
hour. Set aside snd aaa gratea
cheese to flavor the soup before
Herring er Mackerel a Cltallenne.
Split and trim, removing the beads
and tails of the fish.. Let the fish
soak- four hours In seasoned oil and
vinegar. use salt pepper, sucea
onion and chopped parsley. Drain
and dust them with -flour and fry
them in oil. Serve crisp and hot
, Egg Entree.' '
.. Peel one-fourth of a pound of on
ions and one-half pound of mush
rooms, sdd a clove of garlic and cut
Into strips. Fry In three ounces of
butter until the onions begin to
color. Add a teaspoon of flour, salt
pepper and let that color, then thin
with stock to make a sauce, season
to taste -and simmer half an hour".
Cut ths whites of six cooked eggs
Into strips, leaving the yolks whole,
add to the sauce and when thor
oughly heated, serve.
). warn KwnmnrJiiiw.
By JEAN NEWTON
GETTING lOUR OWN WAY
USUALLY ISN'T WORTH
WHEN a well-known clubwoman
spoke recently, on "Making a
go of marriage," she said : "Let nei
ther busband nor wife strive to be
the dominating person in the house
hold. A victory for either In this
respect means failure for the part
nership." And that is true. The emptiest
victory In the world la the victory
of being the boss; and particularly
In marriage. Not only does It mean
failure for the partnership If there
is a "boss" It means the death of
love the kind of love that counts.
For we can hardly be "In love"
with anyone we have to be afraid
of, from whom It Is expedient to
conceal something, some one who
by getting bis or her own way,
"puts one over" on us. We can
hardly await that person's home
coming with Joy, or to the case of
a man, look forward with Joy to
going home to such a person.
We can't have that warm feeling
which means love and affection and
pleasure lu being In a person's com
pany. If we stop td think about It that
must be obvious to any of us. And
yet people don't stop to think, ap
parently. For constantly, around
us, we see going on between hus
bands and wives that struggle to
get their own nay to be "boss."
They do not think of It so much
In terms of being "boss," of course;
they are Just impelled to get their
own way. And they get it or the
one with the most dominating tem
perament and the strongest consti
tution does. And both lose.
If people would only stop to think
about It I believe In nine cases out
of ten they would conclude that the
thing In which they got their own
way wasn't really worth making
such a fuss shout and was cer
tainly not worth the high price It
A Bll smdlcat. WNTJ Strrlca.
Ktdakia Similar to Caracal
Kldskln In appearance Is quite
similar to caracul, but the leather
la Inferior, being lighter, stlffer and
THE Emperor Eang Teh of Man
, chukuo pictured on his thir
tieth birthday. Manchukuo became
a monarchy In 1934 when Henry
Pu-yl, deposed boy emperor of
China, was crowned Emperor Kang
-Teh. It was renamed Ta Mancho
Wo one who has not been In one of
the dust storms which have swept
the western plains for, more than a
year can appreciate their devasta-
Hon and the apprehensions of the
people in the region extending from
.u- m ifnrlpn- ta tha Great
Ul - . .
Science knows WH well the po-
tentlalltles of this terrible phenome-
h. mnnmwable records of
other soli transformations orougni
about bv the wind. Much or tne ncn-
er soli over vast areas In the United
states was carried there by dust
storms. An analysis of, dust falling
In Missouri a year ago revealed the
characteristics of ' soil m me ua
kotas. All soils are easily Identified
by their mineral" content lie ua
kotas had been exposed to drouth
for a number of years. The soil wss
deprived of Its protective vegetatloa
Thus, when the wind blew, ths soli
was carried away to be deposited
In other states.
To most of us who live wliere
moisture Is sufficient for ' human
needs, It Is difficult to realize that
the dust storms have been raging
al winter. Neither snow nor rain has
been sufficient to keep the dust down
even in mountainous states like Col
orado. Heavy rains have flooded the
lower Mississippi valley, but the
shortage of moisture has gone right
on In the plains. Whetber in Texas
or Saskatchewan, the wind has only
to rise and the dust Is blown. If any
thing, the dust storms have been
worse than ever In the last two
months. They have actually burled
fences, piled dust high around houses
and barns, covered up crops. They
are destructive alike to man and
beast No form of life can withstand
them day after day very long.
Needless to say, the dust phenome
non has greatly altered the food sit
uation in the United States, it ai-
fects meats and grains, it Is in part
responsible for the Increased cost of
living. The AAA plan td limit the
production of spring wheat has been
abandoned. How can there.be too
much wheat when the wheat states
are the chief victims ot the dust?
The drouth reduced corn last year
Hard for Japanese to
Master Own Language
The hardest Job of the Japanese
student Is to learn his own language.
Added to its own difficulties are the
difficulties of Chinese; for modern
Jananese contains a sprinkling of
more than 50,000 Chinese characters,
The primary student tolls over his
own language seven hours a week in
class, seven hours a week at home, a
total of fourteen hours a week for sis
years. At the end of that time he
has mastered only about 3,000 of the
Chinese Ideographs (each having five
or six different meanings). He can
read a newspaper. But he Is still
baffled. by a magazine or book, un
less written In the most colloquial
Even university students have a
very uncertain Knowledge of the lit
erary language. It Is supposed to be
used In the composition of letters, ar
ticles, books. A young friend of
mine In Tokio Imperial university,
principal institution of learning In
Japan, confesses that his uncle rare
ly hears from him because any let
ter to him must be written In the old
literary form, and Its composition Is
a long and fatiguing task.
Even the greatest scholars cannot
write without a good dictionary at
hand. Educated men find It easier
to read Japanse classics In an Eng
lish translation than In the original.
Wlllard Prince, in Asia Magazine.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are the erlg
inl little liver pills pat up 60 years ago.
They regulate liver sad bowels. Adv.
"What. Your Hurry V
"Darling, answer me, I am on the
"So Is your hat," came a deep voice
from the hall. Whereupon the young
man took the hint his head-piece and
Ssys Mrs. H. E. Ryner
son of Clayton, Indiana,
"My cakes and pas trie
won 44 awards at thi
Indiana State Fair last
with Clabber tiiri."
"Simoniz Make the Finish last Longer"
Play safe! Simonis your cart Don't let "finish
rot" go on and on, raining its beauty. Simonis
stops this destructive decay. Makes the finish
last longer and keeps it beautiful for years. If
your car is dull, first use thi new, improved
Simonis Kleener. It quickly restores the lustre.
1 m&m .
V ' i::- W. i mmmm i ... i , J
t minimum. If persuts tws
year, there wlll .be no reserves of
corn left From surplus Induced by
excess production in our own and
other (countries, are In danger of
passing to scarcity r dne to drout
and dust i ' " "n '' ''-
- -C:yM- -..11-
traced ln!the rings of trees. There
re recordrff other drouths la the
Plains as bad as or worse than the
present drouth. This Is not, bow-
ever, an assurance to science that -
we may now be witnessing the be
ginnings of one of those deserts' In
which nature delights. It was When
the Southwest became a desert that
the Indians moved Into Mexico. JJfe .
follows the moisture-bearing air cur-,'
rents. When they passed from'.tho,
region south of the Mediterranean to
the region north of the Mediter
ranean, life followed them. The Asi
atics have long been accustomed to
packing up and following the mois
Science would not care to assert
Its entire apprehensions of the dust
storms In the western plains. They
may be the consequences of Just an
other drouth. Or they may be the
beginning of the end for all that
region where the buffalo grazed. Sci
ence knows what has happened.
What Is to happen is on the knees of
the gods. St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
Klo more tired,
that my '
I simply took
and built It
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