The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 17, 1968 · Page 41
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 41

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Sunday, November 17, 1968
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Palm Beach Post-Times, Sunday. Nov. 17, 1968 C17 Children's Letters To God LANE BRYANT llAr? CIOOT nilAIITV " FIRST QUALITY ALWAV6 Dear God Please make everybody te mce -fo evervbodv else. You ave "the Exclusive with Penneys in The Palm Beach Mall Dynatone facial and body exercisers! . . . and sparkling with sequins Nothing is more dramatic than sequins over Block or Ivory ... in Rayon and Acetate with the look of raw siix Melwine of Miami fashioned this bewitching dress . . . from a fascinating collection! only one who Mk. 1 ft. It 1 C a. 1 can do it. Helen sizes 38 to 48 3 ' . w '30 Where To Go To Escape From Allergy ZONE II: ZONE I: firm underlying muscle: around chin and frontal neck area firm the underlying muscles and improve areas around the side of the neck, chin, and lower lip. Our most gifted glitter knit ' " , -V - ' , - Ky-Xl 1 V. s j J I 1 in your special size 11II But often lush growths of sagebrush are found in these States. Persons bothered by both ragweed and sagebrush pollen would not automatically benefit by moving there. Many communities have attempted to rid the countryside of ragweed, by staging annual ragweed pulling contests, for example. These are not always successful, however, because ragweed is a hardy plant and its pollen is a great traveller 125 miles if there is even a slight wind. Even without moving, as your doctor will tell you, you can cut exposuretothecauseof your allergy. Equipping your bedroom with an electrostatic air filter that collects molds and pollen can help substantially. Your entire house should be kept as dust-free as possible. Fiberglass curtains are better than cloth ones for this purpose. Rugs, if any, should be low pile or washable. SENIORS SALUTE . , .The Newport Tourist Center, Newport, Wash., which is manned during the summer months by retirees on a volunteer basis. Last summer they furnished helpful information to 1,476 tourists who came from all 50 States, the Canadian provinces, Belgium, Italy, England and France. mm Especially spectacular to give or get in Wintok Orion Acrylic and Mylar Metallic! Black or Silver sizes 40 to SO ZONE IV ZONE III: tone up muscles to help diminish 'crows feet' exercise the underlying muscles of the lips, mouth and back of neck $17 77 1 Mjv'" 1 ...rum DON'T 10SE THE LOOK OF YOUTH DYNATONE FACIAL EXERCISER WILL HELP YOU KEEP IT: Under those age-telling wrinkles, crow's feet, loose sagging skin ... the younger looking you is ready to be reawakened by the firming up of thousands of tiny muscles that support your face and neck. How? With Dynatone', the new transistorized isometric facial exerciser. With little time and less effort . . .' in only three minutes a day . . Dynatone' can help tone and firm those age-revealing areas of your face and neck by improving their underlying muscle PS ! I'm". By THEODOR SCHUCHAT WASHINGTON (NANA) "Now that I'm retiring, maybe I should move to a new place where my allergies won't bother me as much." Many a senior citizen has expressed this thought. Countless others have looked forward to the day when they can think about moving for health reasons. It is estimated1 that one person In ten suffers from allergies to one degree or another. Yet, doctors advise allergy sufferers not to assume that moving to another area will relieve their sneezing, itching and sniffling. Some say a warm, dry climate in fact, new surroundings of any kind can make your allergy problems worse Instead of better. It all depends on what causes your allergy. Your proposed retirement haven may have In Its air more of the substances that trigger your allergy. Before seriously contemplating a move, therefore, it's a good idea to see your physician. If he knows what substances cause your allergy, he can tell you how prevalent they are in your planned retirement spot. If the cause of your allergy is unknown, your doctor will try to discover it through a series of skin tests and other means. You can help by keeping a record of when attacks take place, where you were, what you ate, etc. With clues of this kind, the doctor can make an intelligent guess as to what is to blame for your allergy. If your attacks come during a certain time of the year, for example, he may suspect the pollen of particular trees, grains, weeds or mold spores. He can confirm his suspicions through additional questioning and laboratory tests. Once he has spoiled the substances causing your problem, he can tell you If there are any parts of the country where they are not very common. Information about the kinds and amounts of pollen in various parts of the United States is contained in "Hay Fever Holiday,"a brochure by O. C. Durham. Copies may be obtained by writing to the American Academy of Allergy, 756 North Milwaukee Road, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202. Your doctor may give you "shots" for the allergy injections to "desensitize" your system so it will not react in a harmful way to the substance causing your allergy. Medicines of various kinds may also be prescribed by your doctor. There are drops for the eyes or nose, sprays, pills or capsules. If you are using an old prescription, consult your doctor again because several Improved remedies have been developed in recent years. Of course, the doctor may find that a pollen in the air is not the cause of your allergy. It could be a food, the dander of some pet, a household chemical, house dust or something else. If so, moving will not necessarily Improve the situation. If your allergy bothers you during late summer, the substance to blame may be ragweed pollen, the most common cause of allergy in this country. Five species of the1 plant are known to cause hay fever. A single plant can bear as many as eight billion grains of pollen. Only a few places In the country are relatively free of ragweed, and they are getting harder to find every year. Wyoming, Colorado and Nebraska have ragweed pollen counts that are only one-fourth as high as other areas. MOT A VIBRATOR, MASSACER OR HEAT DEVICE . . . DYNATONE ISOMETRICALLY exercises hid den face and neck muscles 27 times a minute. It works gently to coax back youthful resiliency and tone. So why wish for the look of youth . . . start now to diminish lines and loose skin, to improve the tone and texture of your complexion. Your new transistorized Dynatone", in a Buxton leather kit Q Q tZ complete with battery, facial cream and beauty manual ' colorful mm EFFORTLESS DYNATONE PORTABLE BODY EXERCISER New portable body exerciser helps to tone your muscles, reshape your tummy, hips, and thighs . . . without special dieting, without weight loss. 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