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   Coshocton Tribune, The (Newspaper) - February 11, 1969, Coshocton, Ohio                               4-8 Coshodon Tribune Tuesday. Feb. II. 1969 Doctor's MuillHif! Sweets. PorL Not Causes Of Acne By DK. W. G. BRANDSTADT Q causes acne? Can it be cured or will I require treatment the rest of my life? A Ordinary adolescent acne is caused by changes in the developing sex glands and their hormones. Chocolate, pork, nuts and milk do not cause acne and the idea they may aggravate it has not been scientifically proved. In most victims, the skin clears up in the early 20s. Q As a teen-ager my skin was clear but now, in my 30s, I'm troubled with clogged pores. What is the cause? Are facial saunas beneficial? the only effective treatment is plastic surgery. Wnat do you think? A Acne is more likely to be a cause than a result of emotional disturbances in ado- lescents. Plastic surgery would be advisable if unsight- ly scarring has occurred. Q I am 14. A friend and I in Florida and when he re- turned his face was clear. I asked him what he did to get rid of the sores and he said, "Nothing." What caused the change? A The most likely expla- nation is the beneficial effect of sunlight in moderation. have acne. He spent a month (Newspaper Enterprise Assn.) A Face cosmetics with powder and an oil base may cause clogged pores, resulting in blackheads and or pimples. Although facial sau- nas have been promoted as a cure for these blemishes, there is no evidence that they are effective. Sweating will not flush out your clogged pores. Any benefits resulting from sauna treatments can be attributed to the associated cleansing of your skin with 9tL Warns, up on January 1. If true, why Q. It is my understanding that i Internal Revenue Service of- the social security tax rate went was this necessary? A. The 1967 Amendments to the Social Security Act provided Q. I received social security benefits until I was 18 from my deceased father's account. I'll be discharged from the Army The surname Lancelotti dates back to the early Middle game much like the American Cowboys and Indians, in which groups choose sides and recre- ate the battles between the Pagans and the Crusaders which were glorified in the tales of knighthood and chivalry. It was a common practice in medieval Italy to adopt the fictional names of the charac- ters in these romances. No- where is the popularity of the Arthurian tales more Evident than in the number of names which are directly related to 'characters in those romances, with the name Lancelotti Fill 'Em Up! Diesel-powered oxen are a even among the infinite varieties of animals In Africa. This Kenjan team must had a more legitimate reason for stopping at me Nairobi station. for a substantial increase in next and plan to aUend total cash benefits, new benefits! e next lenn for disabled workers, liberal m.eive soaal security the retirement test rm ing to greater earnings and entitlement to benefits, and also j A You may soclal numerous other liberal provi-lsecunty beneflts if you are sions. To meet this additional) attendm school on a fuimme expense, the Congress and are under 22 years of lished a revised tax schedule, and unmarned. designed to meet these costs over a period of years. The fir.st Q. How early can an indivi- mcrease in this schedule dual enroll for Medicare? effective on Jan. 1, 1969. An application may be i effective as earlv as three Q. I have been an ordained months before tlie "indlvldual is minister since 19a3 and have! 65 The ftrsl enrollrnent never filed any statement that d from ,he third I wanted my earnings as a .Qr {Q (he 65th birlh. minister to be covered by social day untl, ,asl day of the security. Is it too late for me to, month lhe monththe Nixon Aides Face Big Chore (also found as Lancillotto) we i agreements to favor their own outlets of information. ing Eisenhower and spilled the When Eisenhower was presi- real hard news of their Mobile Home Area Plan individual reaches age 65. become covered under Q If a person does not enroll A. Beginning with rtunit when years ending after 1967 he nexl ally, years beginning Jan. A. He must wait until the next con- By MERRIHAN SMITH WASHINGTON (UPI) Backstairs at the White ference Fff  February and 'sorily covered by social h of The cover- However, your earnings can be age, however, it not effective Lafayette last wit r and soap which the Romances of Chivalry S Km Nucoo's staff deal with some of, David, Md., Wlth the then .ones were coming from and approval .asn gni uu Genevri (from Guine'itheir smooth numbers Bntish prime minister. Sir began to leak their own P-eice, times a dav Sunlamp treat- the most ,of vere his queen) and Percivalle'm various MacMillan. They agreed; authentic ver i hpfip rnmanrps wprp thp mm jrciuvanc _ _ ..-_.. exempt from social untl, Ju, Qf thfi of .security coverage if you are J{ opposed to this coverage for, reasons of religious principles ments, using care not to get a burn, are much more bene- ficial. In some victims, commer- cial acne preparations are but they should not be used "without first checking -with your doctor. You should avoid squeezing the blemishes as this may lead to infection and deep scars. In severe "cases, some doctors are get- ting excellent results by inject- ing a small amount of hydro- cortisone into the lesions. Q My daughter, 19, has had acne since she was a child. Our doctor says this is caused by emotions and that i these romances were the Ar- 'thunan legends were i introduced into southern Italy j and Sicily by the Normans. The! versions. By this, time, (from exist as this month- to a rather fleshless com-' how ever, the British I The chief executive in rapid munique and, that was, all. stoi, of the meeting had gonejwata lines construction of a mobile homeor To gam this area. The cost of sewer and >'ou, nie a! was estimated I0 Lancelotti, of course is deriv- popularity of these tales has.ed from Sir Launcelot of the continued to the present dayJLake, the gallant but faithless and even today they are the knight of the Round Table, subjects of the marionette thea- tres of Naples and particularly of Sicily. The fascination with the Age of Chivalry and the romances which were composed at that time continues even now and lover of Queen Guinevere. Lan- celot was one of the most prominent members of the Round Table and the most trusted knight of King Arthur. He appears as the leading figure in many of the Arthurian tales, which accounts for the many a Sicilian youngster plays T T "V rhricHanc populanty of the name in Italy. at Pagans and Christians, a Almanac By United Press International Today is Tuesday, Feb. 11, the 42nd day of 1969 with 323 to Mow. The moon is between its last Souvenir Trade Hit By Remark The name is found in Sicily as early as 1260 and is also found under the variant spelling Lan- cellotto. Records of the name also indicate that it was found in Rome and Naples. In Sicily the name belonged to a brave cavalier and governor of the region of Trapani. Later members of the family bore the title of baron. succession will visit and talk with heads of government in Brussels, London, Bonn with a side trip to West Berlin, Rome, Paris and then back to Rome for an audience with Pope Paul VI. i In the serious talks with other1 government chiefs. Nixon will be seeking earnestly to improve the climate between the United States and her Western European allies. No matter how highly moti- So Eisenhower thought. MacMillan however, around the world several times, called The Nixon staff should havej Attorney Tom Leech, village British correspondents to the an interesting and educational o lie it or is to pre.oare United Kmdgom Embassy in time of it in Europe. Pat Paulsen Not Sorry Over Losing Election has written. vated the President may be., By yERNON SCOTT   a multitude of ornaments, odds United Auto Workers Union. White House Just Right Says Pat WASHINGTON (UPI) First Calculated Leaks The French, for example, may be expected to make every effort to see that their version of conversations between Nixon and President Charles de Gaulle reaches the world ahead of any joint statement. And particular- ly, ahead of the American viewpoint. This happened when Presidents, Dwight D. Eisen- hower and John F. Kennedy Lady Pat Nixon thinks I White House state rooms are'Painfu11- and ends beautiful" and Lord Snowdon, fashionable jto keeP them Just as they a _ snnkpsman said tnrla abroad' and ft was in Paris and SL.'S? Bander long world conference at "Yalta in the Crimea. In 1965 U.S. and South of stirred up recently. Vietnamese planes staged the first bombing raids on North Vietnam in retaliation for a Viet ,Cong attack. In 1968 New Queen Elizabeth II, really press secret red im the souvenir trade reiayed ttas word to reports a New York interior "Most of the souvenirs in this country are low British rubbish and not always British, but made in foreign parts and vnrv r i t w brought over here'" he said- rooms. o Jy "If-'s the old ignorant thing, '.garbage workers ended an 8-dav The manufacturers say they are making what people They 'wouldn't have the stuff in their A thought for the day mvn homes This is enormously r> TPrt i iVl -i r- decorator, Sarah Doyle, had been contacted on the possibility of making some changes m the first-floor formal Perhaps the major difference between officials here and abroad in the public relations battle is that the foreign figures seem about Current Best Sellers (Compiled by Publishers' Week Fiction A SMALL TOWN IN GERMA- lzed are In the police report, given by But in the interim what williMavor James Griffith, there oser Paulsen [were 57 calls, 21 arrests, one NY John LeCarre "People ask me about three funerals> and THE SALZBURG CONNEC- Library Job Taken Over By Computer SANTA CRUZ, Calif. A computerized book catalog of the quarter-million volumes in the library of the University of California at Santa Cruz will replace the conventional card catalog within a year. Studies have indicated the cost of maintaining a traditional card catalog and a computer- the the long-faced campaigner said. I didn't have an answer bathtub one morning and looked same date night." This gracious admission ofj defeat combined with (answer was apparent-sports zation came not from Hubertiand physical fitness." two special escorts. Fines collected amounted to Rexford Beckham, head of Technical Processes on the campus, says, "It will be 10 "FROM" evenitua% a student TION Helen Mac Innes Hailey until I stepped out of and court costs of were ,to 'talk' directly to a computer PRESERVE AND reque't a llst of a11 the into the mirror. Then the received. Council approved payment of bills totaling Humphrey or George C. Paulsen lace. I about his suffers delusions physical attributes. The statement was made by Don and much snore promising to discussion secret sanguine the premier loser of our time, Pat Paulsen, who ran on a gag ticket and says he received some write-in votes across the country. Comedian Paulsen winces at the thought that those votes might seriously have affected the election. To him that isn't funny. Now, after a hard and humiliating defeat at the polls, Pat is picking up the threads of have chances to Tarzan than Pat. Paulsen is signed for regular j keep ajhis life. He plans to run for the until a j presidency again in 1972 be- mutually agreed upon time, cause he still is stuck with then blandly breaking all such considerable campaign litera- Thomas Edison saiti. "There is no substitute for hard How To Held FALSE TEETH More Firmly in Place Do your false teeth annoy and em- barrass byslipplng.dropping orwob- bllng when you eat. laugh or talk9 Then sprinkle a little FASTEETH on your plates. FASTEETH holds den- tures firmer and more comfortably. Makes eating easier It's alkaline i insulting to the public.'' Rebuttal Harry Harris, coordinator for 'Tm doing nothing to the the First Lady was quoted as saying. "I said during the campaign and I still say the White House is absolutely beautiful and I plan no changes whatsoever." Medley Answer to Previous futile Mrs. Nixon is, however, some personal touches! t h e second-floor family one of the big souvenir, manufacturers, replied: "LOTdiputtjng Snowdon is talking rubbish t j. What does he want to do, putjquartersv' the gift trade out of work? J____________ "Prince Philip and the overnment ask us to export; more and more. Now we get] Berlin Lord Snowdon making derogato- doesn't sour. No gummy, gooey pasty taste or Teel. Helps check plate odor. Dentures that fit ?.rr essential to health See vour dentibt regularly Get FASTEETH at all drug counters, very big CJliantltie At the time Lord ry remarks about products which arc being exported in "TOTftL PASTIME Theatre PHONE- Q2-3846, last Night David Niven "The Impossible Pius "Rowan Martin At The Movies" Starts Wed. THE TRUE STORY OF THE SELF- CONFESSED BOSTON STRANCLER. THE BOSTON STRANGLER i OP" SMA'SJ- Tony Curtis Henry Fonda George Kennedy Suggested For Mature Audiences Snowdon spoke, he was acting as chief judge of 450 souvenirs submit- ted to a organized to encourage good designs for this year's investiture of 20- Resembles Dark Ages VAX WERT, to East Ohio Berlin is like ACROSS 39 Altazimuth 1 Card game 40 Ingurudent like napoleon 42 Abstract being 4 Television's 43 First homo- forerunner cide victim 9 Poem 44 Boat paddle 12 Bullfight 46 Child's game cheer 48 Felt concern 13 City in about New York 51 Border 14 Wicked 55 Exist 15 Legal point 56 Harangue 16 Mortgages Whole of 17 Anger 61 Narrow inlet 18 Artist's frame 62 More 20 Natural fat underdone 63 Aeriform fuel 64 Child 65 Heating devices 66 City in the Netherlands DOWN 1 Minute skin opening 22 Scepter 24 Goddess of infatuation 25 Box 28 Auricle 30 Small tumor on the skin 34 Mongrel 35 Suffix for adjectives 36 Caviar 5 Mohammed's 31 Desert nomad son-in-law 32 Loose outer 6 Scottish garment stream 33 River duck 7 John (Gaelic) 41 Garden tool 8 Beginning 43 Lifetime 9 Death notice 45 Idolize Seven Ohio Servicemen comedy spots on the new Glen Killed Campbell show for the next eight weeks. !-Taylor Caldwell WASHINGTON (UPI) The' Thereafter he is free to do Department Monday he pleases. Right now he is Drury THE FIRST library's holdings on a specific Mek- sandr Solzhenitsyn THE BEASTLY BEATI- TUDES OF BALTHAZAR- B.J.P. Donleavy AND OTHER STORIES-John O'Hara A WOLRD OF PROFIT- Louis Auchincloss TESTIMONY OF TWO MEN subJect or author." a particular hoping to establish himself in ivies playing the pathetic little man who might jump off lovers leap and survhe. Paulsen is convinced there is room for more polished comedy of the Charlie Chaplin variety in movies. announced that 54 U.S. service- men, including 7 from Ohio, were killed in Vietnam action. The Ohioans were: Army Pfc. Thomas J. Gildow, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Gildow, Zanesville. Army Pfc. Terrence P. Kil- THE ARMS OF KRUPP- William Manchester THE MONEY GAME-Adam j bane, husband of Mrs. Linda B. MEMOIRS: Sixty Years on the Firing Krock INSTAND REPLAY Jerry Kramer Every Family Needs Inventory Of Documents PITTSBURGH (UPI) It's important to know your Social Security status, Penn State University home management specialists note. Every family should have an accessible inven- tory of all important documents. Certain documents are needed to make Social Security claims. THE JOYS OF YIDDISH-i Among them are: proof of age Leo Rosten for both husband and wife; But he's still taking his''Kilbane, Lakewood. i THE DAY KENNEDY WAS iSocial Security cards for both; political defeat hard, inventing Navy Hospitalman 3-c. John SHOT-Jim Bishop marriage certificate; latest every excuse possible: "I'm A. Durham, son of Mr. and ON REFLECTION Helen ,mcome tax withholding state- lad I didn't win. I didn't want! Mrs. Walter M. Durham, PiqJ Hayes with Sandford Dory ment, and divorce papers or the hassle of wrapping all ouriua. i THE RICH AND THE SU-death certificates, where appli- dishes individually and packmgl Navy Hospitalman 3-c. Robert'PER-mCH _ Ferdinand Lund-'cable. 2 Athena stepping back into the dark; foodstuff 37 Danish county 3 Botch 38 Hawaiian 4 Masculine appellation 30 Challenge 11 European river 19 Stray 21 Stitch 23 More profound 24 Sfcetcher 25 Cicatnx 26 Cougar 27 Crafts 29 Presently everything in the VolkswagenJK. Hall, son of Mr. and Mrs. and driving all the way to! Robert Hall, Novelty. Washington. Marine Pfc. L. Bibey, "In a way President Nixon isson of Mrs- Irma Be- Everman, lucky He looked tired at the North Industry. inauguration But he's got thei Marine Pfc- Dana L Zaleski, next four years to sleep." 'son of Mr Richard H. Zaleski, Brecksville Marine Lance Cpl. Randall L. Jenkins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thaddens L. Jenkins, Colum- bus. 47 Asseverates 48 Two-wheeled vehicle 49 Operatic solo 50 Peruse 52 Frenzy berg ANTI-MEMOIRS-Andre Mal-j The average adult citizen of Rod California has had 12.1 ytears of McKuen school. raux LONESOME CITIES State Route 8, 16 Are Changed Ohio Highway Department trews have begun erecting signs! n- for State Route 800 to replace 54 Otherwise 57 Rodent lhe current State Route of 58 Scottish alder I designation on that highway in Testing Whales In Navy Work tree 59 Beverage Charles as a-s'" John A- Jones. commander of the Ameri- can Legion, said here. "You can wer really know America until have been vhere America is the iWcirton, W Va steel execu- vear-old Prince Prince of Wales Some of the entries were really terrible-even wor.e than one expected." said Lord I I Snortdon. His panel picked 166, winning souvenirs, including! muss, glassware, a said- at ,u (five-cent) pencial and a i7o.'anniersary banfluet the lo- pound (X408) brooch of Carnar-' von castle, where the ,mesU- music' food and But in Red Berlin there emptiness, dust, fear, lightly and I don't think dn army of red should be allowed to get their cternal rounds with Lord Snowdon 12 15 3 '03' leS'on 4U In pree Belin there Is ture ceremony will be held. "The souvenir industry is a small one that one can lakei'5 onl> 16 A tnP from West Berli" said. As he said, many souvenirs sold in Britain are actually made abroad, often in Hong Kong, Japan and continental Europe One postcard company admitted recently that their glossy scenes of London's Ea.st Berlin is a step from free way of life into the living death of Communism. "It is like stepping back into the dark Jones said. The flight musculature of the were Portugal because production costs. printed in hummingbird is one-third its of cheaper weight and the strongest of any bird. R e 1 m o n t. Harrison and POINT MUGU, Calif. Tuscarawas counties. The Navy has begun a study of New state Route 416 sonar system used by pilot well be placed soon in Tiiscara-.whales, was County on the section of' The program is being con- present Stale Route 16 from its ducted by the Naval Undersea junction with U.S. 36 near Warfare Center headquartered T.nadenhutten north to Oahu, Hawaii, intersection with State Route Two pilot whales, each 800 near Dover. The State Route i weighing about pounds, 16 signs that now are on U.S. 36 from west of Newcomerstown to the junction of the two routes were captured off Southern California. One has been shipped to Hawaii and the other well be removed since they kept here. Purpose is to learn i overlap and only one designa- how they react to the different ion will be used ocean conditions of the two Department officials said that locations. State Routes 8 and 16 signs will In the past porposisej have be left in place where the new been trained to work with the markers have been placed for! Navy's Man-Under-the-Sea pro- about six months to allow the traveling public to become gram. Pilot whales are believed accustomed to the new 416 numbering system. The route number changes have been put in effect follow- ing public meetings in order to avoid conflict with the system set up when the Interstate Routes were established. to about feet and could carry a much larger load than a porpoise. The United Stales imported the Jersey breed of dairy cow from the island of Jersey in 1815. SNEAKERS by Jeanne Don't wear eather coat as a raincoat. If it gets wet dry at room temperature. f KWSPAPLR! NEWSPAPER!   

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