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Valley Morning Star (Newspaper) - August 16, 1970, Harlingen, Texas FOII DAYW Swetary of Tftasury How you ifr no m in rtt Jo A currency burned btyontl Trtdjury No refund U made currency which has been burned beyond recoxnition be- cause Identification to de- nomination must be made before It can be replaced. H which lend to identification are submit- then payment may be made In ao cordance with tbe TrcAMiry Department regulations. FOK REX HEED and mou'r What do you f Mnlr Jl mo tic 1969. if Aum rfo you lo Jirtrr bf rtflor rtrto1 rt iV.Y. A miracle happened ye.u when the of the year actually won an Oscnr. Maggie Smith. jtuvc the finrM performance the year In 'The Prime of Jean Unfortunately. 1 considered Peter OToulc the actor Mr. mid Luchino ihr picture of Neither of them won anything at all. FOR Chicago When yon out to the to cnlm tt T. 1 go to the pitcher's mound during a game for one of three to ask the pitcher what kind of a pilch lie wants to throw In the particular situation in which we arc invoked at that to make sure we together on the set of being or thirdly. lo try to the pitcher if he nervous. FOR PKGGY UPTON. How long did it you to jfrl your hair to thr prfjfnl ninttem- My hair look nboul six months to grow to its present length. It extends lo the middle of my back. FOR B'ALTKR nfic. What if the of the tymbol in the nntl corner of the tcreun on yottr curly nne.i brtHid- J. O. Ky. The symhol you refer lo is n hnnd folded around yluhe. It used when- ever we .ire reporting on environmental FOR SKN. WARREN G. VaMngton Whnt problem the thortafc of railroad box curt Steve Re- ft Cnnndn Kvcry ycur for at least the past 25 there have been insiiflicicnl freight cars available to meet the needs of grain producers for of their liar- VLVsl to market. Failure lo supply box cars for the harvest means that it must bo piled on the ground. Much of it is lost. FRANCES Director oj Agency In there minimum or maximum ntfe ichen a wrt 4.1 not llert Green If M. There nu exception ID the passport requirement by reason of age. FOR ARNOLD PALMER yon have plnnn to rnn for Governor oj Pennsylvania and then tt eventually for Preni- Rie.ky Pa. I have no plans whatsoever at this time lo run for any public office. MI In otk prnnn n You ran through and wrsll gel ihr froni itir prominent prnon drtlgnntr. Srnil prrfrmlily on H lo Thrm Knmlly fill New JOOi2. Wr hill will lw pnlit for carh onr L What in the A Soviet rocket was recently launched from an Amrrlrnrt Air Force base in Massachusetts. The reason the event didn't make world-wide headlines was that the rocket was n scale it did make some news as it soared 300 into the air until all models for hobby- ists were American This one was of the VoMok. which opened thr space age In 1957 by booMing Sputnik into orbit. The Voslok research con- ducted by G. Harry one of Ameri- ca's leading on Soviet and NASA who wns retained by Model Corp. historical we felt It should be made available lo American explained Stine. brat the Htivtlans to ihr hut thry were first In Uows and arrows are making a comeback. Archery will be elaMed fls a new Kold-mednl open to both men and nt the 1972 Olympic games In ac- cording to Hen the Kulli of Today archery sales million a arc twice those of tennis. It's a relatively low.cost 130 could gel the basic slmplr fiber-glnss bow nnd arrows. an afficionado could wild with a sophisticated Cronbow d fiber- UrKct arm shooting electronic how and to counterbal- ance weight. Arrows start at 50 cents nnd go up lo four dollars for nhiminutn or fiber-glass shafts. Practice Makti Pianiits Popular pi- anist Kogcr whose records are consistent best used to hale to practice. wns more interested in sports and he commented lo FAMILY WKKKLY. Though he hccamr an avid 10- hour-a-dny he still is sympu- thclic to reluctant students. the first 70 percent drop out Itecnusc. it lakes loo inucJi time .'intl patience. there's a shortage of of popular music. I run't even find one for my own lO-ycar-olii Yet Wil- liams believes there's a Krciit future for Roger cufrfng down practice profcssioiinl So he has endorsed the computerized Music In 39 with n half hour of practice a it's hoped kitls can forb what once took four years. Roger Williams jokingly advises budding key- board practice loo 1 have enough Family Weekly Auyitttt 1970 UONARD S. DAVIDOW rrrt MORTON Ft ANK W. PACI THOWMON Adv. .Vprj M 1W York -Wpr..- 4. J. SfMr pw I 0. H. M flOIERT HUOIUON HEAL ASHBY MARtUS N. TfllttQUE Art Olrtctar MELANIE DE PRO FT I rrO I ttrt L 9V Art Irk ViUr Ml PAMIIT INC. All Martin N.Y. You arc Invited to mail your questions or comments about any article or advertisement thai appears In Family Weekly. Your letter will receive a prompt aniwer. Write to Service Family 641 Lexington New N.Y. 10022.
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