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IMAGE SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. USE SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. PAGE 2 . . . MISS WHIT=. Miss White-Mr. Glaze Plan A .gust Ceremony Reverend and Mrs. Fred L. ton, Alabama. He is a minis- White of Florala, Alabama, fu- terial student at Samford Uni- ture home to be of Big Stone versity, Birmingham, and gra- Gap, Virginia, after June 5, duates cum lande May 27. At 1972, announce the engagement Sam/oral, Mr. Glaze is a of their daughter, Sarah Eliza- member of Kappa Phi Kappa, beth, to Joseph Edgar Glaze, Phi Alpha Theta, Omicron Del- son of Doctor and Mrs. Redus ta Kappa, and Trident hnnor- Edgar Glaze, Jr., of New Or- aries. His father is professor leans, of New Testament at the New Miss White is the grand- Orleans Baptist TheologicalSe- daughter of Mr. J. Frank Ba- minary. CO#&#&ITTEES APPOIHTED TO ASSESS STATEWlDE EDUCATION Walton County citizens, tea- chers and administrators will participate in selecting the ob- jectives to be measured in the 1972-73 statewide assessment of education, School Superinten- dent John E. Baldwin announced today. The superintendent said be was appointing three commit- tees, one in each subject mat- ter, to select objectives in read- ing, writing and mathematics for grades three, sig, and nine. During the nest statewide as- sessment, scheduled for Feb- mary, 1973, samples of students in the selected grades will be tested on their ability to perform the skills identified by the objectives. The results will indicate how well Florida meets its responsibility to provide all students with sufficient skills to cope with the demands of today's society. The local committee will be supplied with a preliminary list of objectives which was com- piled by statewide subject mat- ter advisory committees. They will select the statewide objec- tives from that list. "The recommendations from this county will be tabulated with those from the other districts to determine the statewide ob- jectives from that list. "The recommendations from this county will be tabulated with those from the other districts to determine the statewide ob- jectives. The proposed list of statewide objectives will then come back to the district for review, before going to the State Board of Education for adoption," Supt. Baldwin said. Statewide assessment is one portion of Florida's Educational Accountability Program, es- tablished by the 1971 Legisla- ture. The first staewide as- sessment was held in February 1972, when samples of students in grades two and four were tested on selected reading, related skills. The results of that assessment will be avail- able in early fall. Members of the local com- mittee are being selected now. ker and the late Mrs. Baker The wedding will take place at SUSAN JOHNS of Montevallo, Alabama, and 4:30 p.m., August 4, at Shades the late Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mountain Baptist Church in Bir- BECO#&ES #&EMBER H White. of Br~=wton. Alabama. A graduate of Florala'High mingham, Alabama. Following OF HONOR SOCIETY School, Miss White is now a sen- their marriage, the couple will for at Samford University, Bir- leave for Fairbanks, Alaska, to Susan Johns, a Junior at Vic' mingham, where she will gra- serve two years as mis-toria Stroman High School, re-. duate cure laude in August of sionaries under the auspices of ceived her membership and pin this year At Samford she is a the Southern Baptist Home Mis- in the National Honor Society. member of Zeta Tau Alpha sion Board. She is an all A student this social sorority and Hypatia, Phi No invitations are being 9 weeks, a senior member of the Raiderbelle drill team, member. AtpM Theta andSigmaTauDel- mailed locally, but friends ofthe of the Anchor Club and pre-~ ta,'honoraries, family are most cordially in- sident of the ~Library Club. Shb ~r. Glaze. is,the .grandson vited to the wedding and.there- is the daughter Of Mr. and ofi~:Wlr. Redus E. Glaze and ception at Shades Mountain Mrs. Wilford C. Johns of Vic- the late Mrs. G/age of Amais- Baptist Church in Birmingham. toria, Texas and granddangh- ter of Mrs. Lala Johns of Flo- raia, Alabama. W. S. HARLAN TO OPERATE PRE-SCHOOL PROGRAM Title I, under the supervision of the Covington County Board of Education, will operate a Pre- School Program and a Remedial Reading and Mathematics Pro- gram this summer. School cen- ters will be Blue Springs, Fleeta, Straughn, Red Level, Pleasant Home, and W. S. Rar- tan. The Pre-School Program is for children who will be 6 years of age on or before October 2, 1972. The Remedial Reading and Mathematics Program is for students in grades 1- 6 who need extra help in reading and mathe- matics. School will last six (6)weeks, beginning June 12 and ending July 28. Hours will be from 8 to 11:30 each weekday morning. Centers will be closed the week of July 3 - 7 in observance of Independence Day holidays. Bus transportation will be provided and anyone who needs information about bus routes, or about enrolling, should contact the Covington County Super- lntendent's Office or the win- eipal of the school nearest you. . MISS ROWELL Howell- Ellingson Betrothal Announced Mr. and Mrs. John F. Howell, Jr. of GracevtUe, Fla. announce the engagement of theirdangh- ter, Patricia, to Albert Martin Elllngson, Jr., son of Mr. and ~drs. Albert Martin Ellingson, Sr, of Torrance, California. The future bride is the grand- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Fate Howell, Sr. of Gracevllle and the late Mrs. Unavay Rob- bins of Florala, Ala. She is a graduate of the University of West Florida and teaches at Fort Walton Beach Elementary School. The bridegroom is the grand- son of Mrs Jesse M. Liset of Revere, Massachusetts and tlae late Mr. and Mrs. Christian Ellingson of Milo, Maine. He is a graduate of Oregon State University and is employed by Chapman & Sons of Fort Walton Beach. The wedding will take place June I'/ at 5 o'clock at the Cin- co Baptist Church, Fort Walton Beach, Florida. Invitations are not being sent and all friends and relatives are cordially invited to attend. The couple will reside in Fort Walton Beach. RALLY TO BE HELD AT CA#&P VICTORY There will be a Rally at Camp Victory on Saturday May 20 at 7:00. Rev. Bert Bounds, pas- tor of the Westview Baptist Church in Opp will be bring- ing a message illustrated by colored chalk drawings with black light. The Bowden Family of Ha- coda will be singing. All are in- vited. New Museum Features Eggs and Seashells Over 100,000 sets com- prising the largest egg col- lect~n in the world, are housed in the newly opened multi-million-dollar Delaware Museum of Natural History in Greenville, near Wilming- ton, Del. Conceived by John E. du Pont in 1957, the museum is a repository for eggs accu- mulated from older collec- tions around the world. It also features collections of rare seashells, birds and mammals. The museum's research collection comprises one mil- lion seashells, and 40,000 specimens of birds, including many extinct and vanishing species, besides the egg col- lection. Mr. du Pont said that the work of the museum's re- searchers in the past two years has shed new light on how man has harmed his nat- ural resources and what he must do in order to preserve them. THE FLORALA NEWS-THURSDAY, - Hospital - - Medicine #&edical bills marked "Paid" ore welcome news to the sick. How will your bills be covered? Maior Medical on- ly covers one-third of your medical expenses, report industry and government sources. And Cancer has all the expenses of any illness, plus, in many cases, its own expensive requirements, for confinement, treatment, sur- gery, medication and other costs. Help your present in- surance meet the medical expenses of Cancer. Secure Cancer-Care for your family When you're sick, the Dif- ference Between Costs and Coverage Comes From YOUR Pocket CANCER By American Family Life Assurance Company o! Comprehensive PIan Pays Up ~ $50,000 The Company American Family Life is the world's leading insurer against Cancer. It has qualified to offer, through local representatives, this insurance in your state. Age & Health CancerCare may bc purchased by anyone of any age in any state of health who has never had Cancer. Your Coverage CancerCare covers Cancer which is first diagnosed by a qualified path- ok)gist 90 days after dale of p,flicy issue. to Each Insured For Cancer HOSPITAL CONFINEMENT-" first seven days; $30 per day Readm/ss/on 30 days after $50 daily payment aqain. Benefits for drugs and /stered in hospital and charged to SURGICAL - $50 to $500 euch ! Schedule in Policy. No limit oa operations: PHYSICIAN - Up to $10 doily /or physiciun other thun sut 500. Pre-Existing CtnccfCarc covers pre-existing con- diti,an after 90 days providing cancer has not been diagnosed prMr. Pays To You Cant.erCare is your in~ut,mcc. It.~ benefits are paid directly to ttlc in~ured or whomever hc designatc~. Other Insurance C..l..,:lCare p,~ys in addition t~),my ~ther in~u)ance you may have, with ,ill ~qh~r ~,,mpanies, including Medicalc. RAT'ES; Life Guarantee C,mctrCarc can bc cancelled only l~y Ihe In~ured. The Plan is renewable l,)r life ,it lhcn CUIF~'nI premium rates. NURSING - Ul) Iv $24 dui(v i, I t;qmled, tor R. N. or L. I'..V. X-RAY RADIUM - L/l, Io ~I ,O00f Radium Cobu/t TtTclUt~y, in hospilul. [ ~c:lude~ Dlagt~o.slic ANESTHESIA - Up To $70 iniclnul opcrulion, $30 tur Skin lit?Tit Oil llHttI/)tT of opufatiofls. BLOOD & PLASMA - t/p m ucfud/ (/lcllqc~ tllfJdc It) ItL~t/lcd. / ('H/?t'ttlid, AMBULANCE - ;o $50 /)tlt'/tlC/l[, 10 Jlld /?Ot}l il~sured adnlillcd a5 pcllient. Limit FOR HOSPITAL CONFINEMENTS EXCEEDING 90 CONSECUTIVE RISKS Limitations & Exclusions THE COMPANY WILL PAY 100 Cancer must be diagnosed by a micro- of the actua~ hospital charges for care and scopic examination of human tissue or fluid t) yr a qualified pathologist. This without any deduction for sums previously paid Plan covers only such Cancer first diag- heginning with the 91 st day of confinement nosed, as above, 90 days after policy effective date. FAMILY includes until discharge from hospital. spouse and dependent unmarried UP TO $5,000 PER MONTH The National Cancer Institute children to age 25. Reports: Combined Basic & Extended Benefil CANCER ~.~,~ RATES shall not exceed a total of " h: Semi- f-~_.. $50,000 per insured person. Annual Annual Quarterlyf//~'~'~ .... strikes two fatal" s in three. .... ,s leadi*g cause of Individual ..- $31.00 . $16.00 .... ((((A/~ American Family Life Assurance. death in women 'aged 30 to 54. Home Office: Columbus, Georgia . : .'ffas l~t '500,000 Family ..... $46.00... $23.50 $12.25 ~,~~ : . children witbout::a parent : . . is number one kil- NOTE: May be sold in groups of 5 or more "-~_:~ CancerCa~e is a traOerna~ ol American ling disease among children, with monthly Payroll Deduction - $2.50 per Reproduction of ti~is Drochure, iO whole or in Dart, iS probi month - Individual and $3.75 per month - Fam- ily. 1. Why do I need Cancer insurance? The National Cancer Institute reports that Cancer will strike two families in three and this disease is the leading cause of death in women from ages 30 to 54. Overall, Cancer is the second leading cause of dcath of all age groups. Cancer is often a lingering disease wMch requires repeated, extensive treatment and results in the victim's being unable to work. This policy should be viewed as a supplement to your present insurance policy. U. S. Surgeon General William Stewart reveals. Major Medical pays only 35% of the insured's medical expenses. n9 TM 9. Must I be released from the hospital before I can collect benefits? No. Benefits are payable to the insured as the expenses are in- curred, on a monthly basis if he chooses. Release from the hospital, or from a doctor's care, is not necessary for you to begin receiving benefits. 10. Does this Plan pay directly to me or the hospital? Benefits from the American Family CancerCarc Plan are paid directly to the insured or to whomever he dcsignates. 2. What medical information do you need? The only medical question is whether you have had Cancer positively diagnosed. If not, you may buy thc policy. 3. Can this Plan be canceled by the Company? No. ;[he only way thc American Family CancerC,ue Plan may be canceled is through the insured's not paying the premium. 4. Must I be hospitalized to re- ceive benefits from this Plan? No. As ~tatcd lully in the policy, many benefits do not ~equire hospilali/at ion. 5. When does this Plan become effective? Full coverage under this Plan is available 90 days following the. effective date o! the policy. 11. What is meant by positive pathological diagnosis of Cancer? It is a microscopic examination of human tissue or fluid by a pathologist to determine if there is a positive malignancy. 12. What forms of Cancer are covered? All Cancer diagnosed as such by a pathological tissue cxam- CANCER INCIDENCE BY SITE AND SEX A Chi~t Showin~ Wheee Canoe, IS Most Likely To ~l,ke YO~ SKIN ORAL M LUNG i COLON DIGESTIVE PROSTATE URINARY LEUKEMIA O~HE~ D 6. What benefits do I receive for drugs and medicine? You will be reimbursed actual hospital charges for the drugs and medicines you use while hospitalized, up to an amount not t~ exceed 20% of the payable Hospital Expense Benefit. 7. If there is a history of Cancer in my family, may I still purchase and at the same premium? Yes, it has been our experienc~ that those most closely related to the expense of Cancer are the most anxious to secure neces- sary financial protection. 8. What is the age limit on purchase of this policy? What effect does age have on this policy? Full benefits are paid regardless of age, and you may continue your oolicy for the rest of your life. [ SKIN ORAL BREAST U LUNG COLON DIGESTIVE UTERUS ~1~ URINARY LEUKEMIA U OTHER ination, a standard medical practice, including leukemia and Hodgkins disease. 13. What does pre-existing condition mean? As used in the American Family CancerCare Plan, prc-cxisting conditions refcr to thc possible presence of Cancer symptoms, but a positive pathok)gical diag- nosis was not made. 14. Who is included on a family policy? The insured, spouse and dependent unmarried children to age 25. 15. What treatment is covered by the Plan? X-ray and radium therapy, radioactive isotopes including chemo-thcrapy, and surgery are covered by the policy. (Diag- nostic x-ray and other diagnostic procedures are expressly excluded from the policy.) 16. If I am hospitalized twice or more in a year, how much will the Plan pay on my hospital expense? Depending on length of stay, you may collect under both basic benefits and extended benefits as shown on the reverse of this brochure. American Family Cancercare Plan Available throuo~h S M IT Hw N SAUtR, ANSEE A G EN C oY26 Florala, Alaba~#