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Pulaski Southwest Times (Newspaper) - September 24, 1972, Pulaski, Virginia Times scores one of the most honoured Small allies Winner of Virginias award you 174 Tyrenty four pages september k is i p ten cents Twenty cents sunday get Busy h cer test j by Carl vines United press International researchers at Oak Ridge and Are ready to put to the ultimate test a cancer 100 per cent i effective in which uses the body immune system in destroying f Amoz director of the University Tennessee memorial research said saturday that we now have Basic information of what actually happens to the immune system through the use of a bacterial agent a Strain of mycobacterium this bacteria causes tuberculosis in cattle but not in and has been known for a num Ber of years to stimulate the immune system what we need says is More specific in formation on the effects in he this will be obtained further research under controlled inthe East Tennessee the Oak Ridge National Labora the Oak Ridge associated universities and the University f Tennessee Combine Elk in studying local immune swelling and inflammation in the human and the effects of plus on the inflammation can be con it can be turned said but what happens to the immune reaction when it is turned off remains a ques and there Are Many the most recent break announced in the Jour Nal of the american cancer Institute centers a round findings at Oak Ridge indicating How big does its the material is injected directly into the cancer within 24 inflammation develops and the body White blood Nistico invade the tumor the histiocytes form Small clusters or Granulomas and de stroy the other studies Are taking place Smising the material other l lations around the each taking a slightly different most notable work is be done at Roswell Park me Institute in Edmund Lein the University of Calif or at los and in where much pioneering has been has been Loo per cent of or Schael Hanna of the Ridge National in in the cases it is Good enough to say it is the most encouraging Ujj Jung to come along in a Long said that at least five of work will Likely be human before the will be generally pre therapy for of the problems to be out is the matter of r damaged hit run unidentified vehicle was a Jeveda to minor nage to a 1972 two door Sedan by Eva sue Roberts of Meadows at police reported be left front parking Light and Grill on her car were aged while the was led at the 200 Block of 3rd unidentified vehicle trently backed into her car leaving its in Manila up president Ferdinand Marcos followed up his declaration of martial Law in the Philippines saturday by announcing the mass arrest of communist conspirators he said were plotting to overthrow the government and proclaim ing sweeping National reforms to Lessen their hold on poor in a nationwide radio and television address to 39 million Marcos imposed a 12 Midnight to 4 daily and announced controls on local newspapers radio and foreign correspondents in the a ban on travel of filipinos abroad except those on official missions and control of Public the president said civil authorities in and local government officials continue to this is not a military Marcos i have proclaimed martial Law in accordance with the Powers vested in the president by the Constitution of the Marcos i As your duly elected president use this Power which May be implemented by military authorities to protect the Republic of the Philippines and our democracy which is endangered by the peril of violent overthrow of the duly constituted insurrection or such a danger confronts the Republic of the Philippines will eliminate the threat of violent overthrow of govern ment and we must now Reform our economic and social we Are Back and have fallen Back to our last line of the Lii hot has been reached because we have been placed the in a Telephone Call to philippine foreign minister Carlos Romulo in new Marcos said the situation in being held in protective custody to protect them from harm the hands of the National Peoples army an insurgent Romulo told up that terrorism and subversion had spread from Northern Luzon Over the entire that the insurgents were spearheaded by the communist party of the Philippines and the spa and that they were now capable of undertaking limited offensive Clodor considerable Chance of High sunday in mid to upper lows tonight in mid to trapper m q rain 30 per cent youth Center shows also editors note staff writer Boom has attended and worked in youth Coffee houses in and some have More than her analysis of the prospects for Pulaski new youth Center follows in the old municipal building across from the Post office the other people could be seen washing mopping and rolling mint Ocolor an old fellow with baggy pants and a Cane Job kled and places to play Ping Pong or play chess or a free storefront Coffee House in entertained Small High school Jesus adults and alcoholics off the it was not a hang around it was a place plan religious or it was a Small so it could be used for Only 6ne of these purposes at a if in the current he simply came Gilen 22 Uluski 20 Tennessee Wake Forest Carolina state 3 notre Dame 37 Northwestern 0 i Rufinia 18 inia 10 Richmond 1 7 louian0 o it la homa Oregon 3 Stanford 10 Ishik Villa Nova 20 r Corgi a 13 j7 21 we 10 Filip inor Elim e arrests rebels the we can i used to mop said the old i mopped floors for a lot of what Are you making in there a Coffee a youth a place for kids to get together or find help for a what said the old hand cupped to his exactly what the building on first Street will House remains to be organizers have concentrated on getting the building ready for opening saturday at 7 the planning of activities will involve Young a lot depends on what the kids want to make of said Bill who with his wife coordinated an experimental youth social Center in Pulaski in in its the hut held Many charging the teenagers 25 cents admission to pay the it was closed after a month because neighbors on Washington Avenue complained of the Flint thinks the new location is far enough away from residents not to disturb he and his wife plan to serve the Center in an advisory Flint there Are always a few who take advantage of a especially in regard to rules against liquor and drugs on the at the hut there were too Many youths for the handful of chaperones to we had 300 or 400 in there a it was so packed the floor Wax melted under their the organizers of the first Street originally known As save our youth Hope that youth will police the town police in agreement similar to the one they made with the have promised not to harrass the youths or constantly patrol the but they will be on Call if trouble activities and atmosphere have a act in a there Are places to dance and catered to youths age 18 to of Fering local Folk music performers and comedians and charging a 50 Beitf Coffee and Tea were sold alcoholic beverages didst seem to fit musicians expected full attention from the but dress was very in formal and patrons were often urged to sing a Coffee House in Winchester folded three years ago despite a great Deal of Effort by both adults and High school located in several rooms of an old it was open to youths Ages 13 through Pulaski organizers Hope to Appeal to Ages 13 through the Winchester Coffee House held no dances and had no physical recreation facilities like Ping Pong Pulaski Hopes to have Ping and 3 Juke Winchester did offer occasional Folk singing but most of the time kids sat and played they gossiped with their school friends rather than making any new Only the youths who had the responsibility of planning the Coffee House and these were the same students known As leaders in their school managed to stay above the attendance in the Coffee House began to fall communication broke Down among both adults and finally some youths got into a fight and the Community ordered the bad publicity after a scuffle near Pulaski hut was also a Factor in its Flint in both population and there was Little entertainment within City limits for when a youth Center or Coffee House they jumped in cars and cruised around other towns or Pulaski organizers Hope to Start the first Street building As a general gathering and from there perhaps Branch out they have also contacted a continued Page 1 Boa bearers i opens drive the Dublin United fund will kick off its annual fair fund drive with a dec mailing oct 1 to David 1972 announced businesses will be contacted personally by fund Campaign this years goal is 28 per cent greater than last the new River Valley which provides jobs for handicapped is the latest addition to the of the workshop is conducted in one of the buildings on the old Dublin elementary school a expressed Hope that generous contributions will allow the fund to meet its other agencies being served by the Dublin United fund Are the childrens Home society of Virginia society for crippled children Pulaski county life saving Anc first Aid Crew salvation army red Cross boy scouts of America Council of religious education at Dublin elementary school free lunch program at Newbern elementary school Pulaski Myca and Dublin Triniy Dublin elementary school breakfast fund United service organization new River Valley association for retarded Dublin fire department and new River Valley a sum of is budgeted Ifor United fund operating William Crisp is president of the fund this other officers Are John vice president june Gladys directors Are Curtis Bland Rosalind Jim Roberts and demos f of ii Pic in Ligating detective Short Manha was Calm and persons arrested Friday night were Gary Tyrone Stith and Curt Miller hold a live eight foot Boa they say it was bought at a dime store in times photo he Lewis Shelton on dissidents Richmond up the steering committee of the Virginia democratic party said saturday District committees have the right to reorganize local committees or to remove local committee members who fail to uphold their party the action came in a sense of the steering committee Resolution adopted prior to the full state Central committee meeting the action stemmed from the Loudoun county democratic committee voting earlier this month to endorse congressional but not the party presidential the Loudoun county committees vote was split and loyalist members appealed to the steering committee for an amendment of the party plan to allow reorganization of com or removal of meeting in closed the adopted Resolution which said the party plan already provides for District committees to take such David Stanley Scott to speak William wife of William who is seeking the Senate seat held by William will speak in Pulaski mrs Elmer ninth District representative of the Virginia federation of Republican women said Pulaski is just one Stop on Scotts tour of in behalf of her she will speak at a at the rib and sirloin the dinner is dutch the group will accompany Scott to shopping centers and downtown after her Stop in Scott will proceed to Wythe county and other areas in South West Phi pips is coordinator of the Pulaski reservations for the dinner May be made by calling 980 or 980fi306 s v 1 town to get safety award i from aaa representatives from the town of Pulaski have been invited to a pedestrian safety awards luncheon to be held in Richmond 12 to receive a special citation granted the town bythe american automobile association the special citation awards Are granted in the statewide Competition for improvement of casualty program and specific outstanding mayor Robert Edens we have been very fortunate with regard to pedestrian fatalities and noted Pulaski has received the award for several consecutive governor Linwood Holton will be present at the luncheon to accept the aaa award of Merit which has been granted to tin Commonwealth of Virginia in the National com it is now undecided who will be present at the luncheon to accept palashis award

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