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IMAGE SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. USE SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED, PAGE 4 il GOV ERHOR PROCLAI MS WATER SAFETY WEEK FOR JULY 1 - 8 Governor George C. Wallace has proclaimed the weekofJuly I-8 as "Water Safety Week" in Alabama. In his proclamation, the Governor said, "There is a need for each participant in recrea- tional boating to become in- creasingly aware of water safety equipment requirements and usage." The proclamation also urged users of our waterways to take advantage of boating courses offered by various agencies to THE FLORALA NEWS - THURSDAY, JUNE 2 enslve clncer The University of Alabama- additional federal monies have Dr. Durant said the establish- both," Dr. Durant~ Birmingham (UAB) has been been made available to help ment of the Comprehensive The other named one of the eight new construct this new facility. Center will enhance the many sire Cancer Comprehensive Cancer Centers Ground is expected to be brok- other National Cancer Institute today are for the nation. The announce- en for the Tumor lnstitute early funded research projects at Research ment was made today by John next year. UAB, including programs in Mass.; The Buchanan, Republican con- While each Center will be a radiotherapy, pathology, im- ical Institutions, gressman from care facility of its own, munology, virology, epidemio- Md.; Duke The Center are being esta-being able to treat all kinds of blished by the National Cancer malignancies, he said it is like- Act of 1971, passed by Con- ly that each Center will con- gress, for "clinical research, cern itself with special and uni- training and demonstration of que projects as they each de- advanced diagnostic and treat- velop their own expertise. New ment methods relating to can- findings in these areas will cer." then be available to all Cancer The designation as a Center Centers, and therefore, to the logy, microbiology, biophysics, biostatistics, oral oncology, pe- diatrics and medicine. "For the people of Alabama, the Center will be the focus for the rapid translation of the best treatment of cancer, either by the people coming to UAB, Center, Durham, lq sity of Wisconsin ter, Madison, chinson ter, an affiliate versity of Wash.; University California Los the Center going to the state and the .. RELA~Vm NEWS VIEWS William Walker, Member of the Cost of Living Coun- cil: "Controls are not an ap- propriate way to deal with supply shortages." Henry Jackson, Senator (D- Wash), on Watergate ~- fair: "The press deserve great credit for unearthing all of this." ATTEND FAINE CELEBRATION J FUN II FREE ADMISSION TO THE ve CONCESSIONS FOR ALL II I II1{ GROUNDS ryone MRS. FNNE, COL. FAINE, MISS ALICE FAINE, MR. AND MRS. PHILIP PAINE rell Cushing, Jama Cushing, all of Andalusia, Alabama; Mrs. Fred Thigpen, Mrs. Sarah Haw- kins, and Mrs. J. C. McGowan, Georgiana, Alabama; Mrs. Wil- liam Thompson, Birmingham, Alabama, and Lieutenant and Mrs. William L. Wallis, Oppen- helm, Germany. Sidney Waits, Colonel and Mrs. Guy Wilder, Mr. and Mrs. Har- Randall Hughes, DeFuniak Springs, Florida; Mrs. Lance- lot Durrelle Hughes, Miami, Mrs. Clark Fuller, Destin, Florida; Mr. and rs. Otto Wettstein, Tallahassee, Florida,Mr. and Mrs. Grady Vaughn,, DeFuniak .Springs, Florida; Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Evans, Fort Walton, Florida; Colonel and Mrs. Pierce Camp, Barrow, Georgia; Mr. and Mrs. Eiland Anthony, Mr. and Mrs. help make boating outings "as could eventually, through pro- people in each Center's area. doctors, or a combination of School of Medicine, Conservation Commissioner Act, make possible some $5 ~llllllllIllllllllllllllllIllIlllllllII[llllllll MIIIIII! lllllmlllmlll ~ "-~,-~*.lllllllllllllllllll IIIll IIIIIIlIIIIliIIlIIIIllllllllllllllllllll Claude D. Kelley said, "The million annually in grant "--" ~ " ~,~..._...~ / i i~ ~ observance of boating safety monies to UAB's cancer re- ! !, .., . ( ~'~/ __ practices during the 4th of July search and treatment pro- == ,~ .~ ~-- holidays is most important be- grams, according to Dr. John on our waterways at this time." at the UAB School of Medicine ~ .., i ~, ~ / [ i Courtesy, care and common and director of UAB's Cancer t sense can prevent turning your Research and Training Pro- ~" = ........ ~ holiday into a tragedy,gram. Dr. Durant said the Uni- ., MRS. WILLIAM BAILEY, Ill (SIDNEY PRICE), MRS. CHARLES H. WALLIS, MR. FRED PRICE, MRS. MATT versity currently receives $1.5 D. HOLMES, SR., MRS. JULIA P. JERNIGAN, MRS. LYNDA MLEOD. MRS. V. L. WHIGGINS (SALLY PRICE), SGT. THOMAS million yearly from the National Cancer Institute for the pro- SEATED. COLONEL AND MRS. pAINE ARRIVES ,H JAPAH gram he directs, i~~I .~.~i (~ ~ ~~ S.E. Fa" ' C 1 b G ld FORDUTY isTbeCenter'Dr'Durantsaid'intended to be a broad- tne s e e rate o V.S. AirForcesorgeantCarl based research institution H. Thomas, son of Mr. and where new forms of treatment ...... .- Mrs. Raleigh Thomas of Stella are devised and tested, where ~[~eddigAi ry Rute' Flrala' Ala" has ar- People are trained in treat- n nn versa rived for duty at Misawa AB, ment and research methods, Japan. and from which the findingsofi ~~ ~ERLt NORMAN STUD] T e Go denWeddingAnniver-, Charles Wallis of Florala. pearls and gold. Sergeant Thomas, a com- this Center and the other na- -= u sary of Colonel and Mrs. S.E.{ Mrs. Faine wore a lovely gold Amassed arrangement ol munications specialist, is as-tional Centers can be trans- I ~ r~ITANIT~! Faine was joyously celebrated chiffon and crepe dress with an yellow rose buds, a gift from signed to a unit of the U.S. lated for use and aid to the -== ~ # Air Force Security Service. surrounding population. BEAUTY SHOPI at their lovely lakeside home, overskirt of Taiwan print which Mrs. Holmes' children was the He previously served at Clark Dr. Durant envisions the Cen- Thursday, June 14, 19%, with was accented by a beautiful featured decoration in the foyer. AB, Philippines. ter as a facility with one of its the gathering of their families burnt orange orchid, agift from Elsewhere through outthehome The sergeant, a 1969 gra- main emphases being a strong i and friends from far and near. her nephews Charles andwere beautiful flower arrange- duate of Paxton (Fla.) High out-reach program for ~klabama ~-~~ ~ FROM JUNE 22 - JUNE 29 Hostesses and, host for the William Wallis and their wives, ments artistically created b) School, attended Okaloosa-Wal- physicians, keeping themaware party were Mrs. Matt Holmes Colonel Faine's gift to Mrs. Mrs. Mayme Petrey and Mrs. ton Junior College. of the newest advances in can- ~.~ of Letohatchee, Alabama, Mrs. Faine was anexquisitenecklace Theresa Eiland. The dining His wife, Marianne, is the cer research so that they will i S $I 5.00 PERMS Julia Jernigan and Mr. and Mrs. of intertwining ropes of seeded table, covered with an imported 'm -- __ m~~~,,~,~;~+ hand embroidered linen and lace daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Art be able to pass the latest 17.50 PERMS I"--~~!i Army and Navy Cloth, held a Cissell, 2007 'Cllins Blvd', methods of cancer prevention, i $ 1 2 50 ~it $ 1OOO I ~ ~ four-tiered wedding cake em- Gulfport, Miss. diagnosis, treatment and re- ! II / ~~/ bossed with golden roses, wedd- " habilitation on to their _ ~ ~ ~~ ing bells, leaves, and seeded patients. The Center will also | / ~ ~[l~~~ hearts, presided over by Mrs. care for patients, through the m m Randall Hughes Orangeblos- Link Up Of new Lurleen B. Wallace CeH- II ~ Ii ~,.~ som punch was servedby Mrs. ter Hospital and the Memorial ~ CALL NOW FORAN |m| mmm |~m ~ sam Jackson.MattTheHlmes'flowers forJr" centerand MrS.de_ High ways Tumor Institute. He said that j FROSTINGS APPOINTMENT ' " k ,,, coration were yellow daisies, i slOOO [] / ~ statice, and fern flanked~by Possible 8-0265 ...,,| burning candles in five branch- GRADYODOM ,i ~~}~ I II Ii~ lllL41l ed candelabra. The upper cup | !i ~'~l,~qt "~'~] .... ' of the overhanging chandelier State Senator E. C. (Crum) COMPLETES BASIC | II I /~- ~i i*:~' was filled with tiny daisies. Foshee has announced the first ARMY TRAINING I II L. ~ ~ Small streamers of white satin step toward a possible Highway I II LL -~-;- _~. ~? ~;~ :] ribbon with' yellow rose buds line-up from 1-65 near Geor- Army Private Grady C. I |Ik~ ~ i i~l._ ~7; :~*'~ attached to the end hung 1tom giana to I-I0 near Ft. Walton, Odom, 18, son Of Grady L. | II n [] "[ ~ :~ ~- ~' ....... ..... ,~":~:/V;:~ ,,~ .:,~:~ ~ ~(~f,~ thepartybrancheSsandw~chee,Of.the chandeliercookms, Florida.Foshee said the State High- rala,Odm'Ala.,912 recentlyW" FifthcompletedSt.,Flo-= ' STYLISTS __ ,,, [ n t :~ ~ ff,~?' ~'~'~ canapes, cheese straws and way Department has invited a eight weeks of basic training -- LINDA MIT HELL F ~ ] ~ ~':#~ ~ ~ ~ punch were served from gold New York consulting firm to at the O. S. Army Training ,! ~1 ,, ..., L Li:~q ~i Center, Armor, Ft. Knox, Ky. ;~[ ~*::: serv,ce pxeces, and the gold submit a proposal for a fin- ~ __ ~y ~ ~ ~ {~ I~ ~'1~ *~ ~ ~ : i embossed napkinsfurther uncial feasibility study. The He received instruction in j ~,~. ~ ~ ~::~,. ~ ..... , ~. :~ : ..... . request was made on*behalf "S]Irilra~'C~bremtihies, weaponS, ~r~J ~:~ , ~ ~;::;~~~i ~/~ ~ L~arned out the Golden Wedding of the Alabama Turnpike ~kutho- ~'map reading, ,combat tactics; ~;' ' ~;:=; ~ ~ Congratulatory greetings rity. military courtesy, military j 'OWNER: REBA DAVIS L ~ k,-~&: ~'~'~'~ ~, ~ came from all parts of the Foshee released a copy of a justice, first aid, and army his- ~;:~'i%~J ~'~'~r~=Iiii ~ : ,~'*~* '~'.~,-~, -:; ~" ~:`" -! wasUnlteda StateS.wonderfuiOnesurprise,Of whtCha torneyletter frOmjameslegaIR. Solomon,divisin Jr.,at- tory and traditions. ~i~I~~I~I~I~I~I~~I~{~I~I~I~ i" " '', ,* '~1.,~`~ .L ~ message from the President tOpresidentArtburofH.coverdaleGOIdberg,& Col-Vice I /n I/Ill~ . ..~ , ..... ,,~,. ,m :~x of the United States - Richard pitts, Inc., who have been re- . .. GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY COUPLE Nixon. ND A~I~U Out of town guest were Mr. tained to make other financial and Mrs. Philip Faine, Col- feasibility studies for the [] i i~ umbus, Ohio; Miss Alice Faine, Authority. ~ [] [] i~ , d ~ New Straitsville, Ohio; Mrs. "This would be an important = ! | Loretta F~ine, Cl.,%V~Ira.fJe, OMh{~; highway link that would benefit B:L i ~ | M . a d M s. F e , ._ m o t o r i s t s and contribute ~:d ~I ~i ~ i~ ~ r ledgeville, Georgia; Mr. Lewis greatly to the growth and ex- H i~ I ~ I~ ~ Bohannon, Milledgeville, Geor- pansion of the area involved," ON THE MIDWAY i~ ~ | iI ~ x, gia; Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Wig- Sen. Foshee said. ~ I I| ~' [] gins and Stephen, Baton Rouge, The proposed road would run :, [ [ ; ~1,IILouisana; Mrs~ William Baily near Andalusia, Opp, Florala ~' )~ ~ : ,!~ III, La Marque, Texas; Dr. and and Georgiana. 1 "i:!~Mrs Matt Holmes, Jr, Me- "I am glad to be able to ~!~" * lamie and Martha Holmes, Le- announce the beginning of this ' ii tohatchee, Alabama; Mr. and project. I am going to work i Mrs. Lancelot Hughes, Ponce hard to see it through to its ~: ' de Leon, Florida; Mr. andMrs, completion," Foshee said.