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  Las Vegas LDS Opera Patron, Tove Allen, Succumbs to Cancer
A prominent patron of opera and the arts in Las Vegas, Tove Allen, died Sunday after a two-year battle with ovarian cancer. Allen was remembered in both major Las Vegas newspapers as an important and influential supporter of both the Nevada Opera Theatre and the arts in general. She was 67.

  Michael Young: Having a 'Wonderfully Good Time'
Vice-chair of the United States International Commission on Religious Freedom. Husband and Father. Former Stake President. Returned missionary. Graduate of Brigham Young University and Harvard Law School. Former Law Clerk to a Supreme Court Justice. The man is Dean Michael Young, who, in addition to all of the above, is the current Dean of the George Washington Law School.

  LDS Girl's Design Wins Intel Award
The design of a 12-year-old LDS girl for a machine to detect and treat cancer won the Regional Intel Corp., "Invention of the Future" contest, winning her a laptop computer and the right to compete for the national award, held March 8-12 in San Jose, California. Kaylie Clark's machine would scan a patient's body, detecting a missing DNA sequence, and then destroying the cancerous cells.

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