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11 (Salcsbura Register-MgiI, Golesburg, IH. Thursday, Moy 10, 1973 Cornelia Wallace Treated at Hosp By United Press International MONTGOMERY, Ala. (VP1) — Cornelia Wallace, wife of Gov. George Wallace, was hospitalized Wednesday when doctors discovered a test (or uterine cancer showed "an atypical pap smear." Abojrt People However, doctors said Mrs. Wallace underwent a cervical conization—a process where the walls of the cervix are scraped —and said there were no traces of malignancy. ] The governor's news office said Mrs. Wallace will be released in a few days and no further treatment is anticipated. NEW YORK (UPI) - The wife of Mayor John Lindsay's twin brother Wednesday filed for a divorce in Manhattan Supreme Court after 27 years of marriage. David Lindsay, who is a lawyer with \he firm of Polk and Wardwell, was married to Eleanor Marion in 1943 almost immediately after his graduation from Yale. The Lindsays have four children ranging in age from 17 to 24. NEW YORK (UPI) - Former Rep. Emanuel Celler was awarded the highest alumni prize by Columbia University, a Columbia University spokesman said today. The prize, the Alexander Hamilton Medal, will be presented to Celler at dinner in his honor tonight at the university's Morningside Heights campus. The ex-congressman, who served in the House fof 50 years, was given the award, "in recognition of distinguished service and accomplishment in any field of human endeavor" by an alumnus of the college or a present or former faculty member. Paraplegic Figh ting Back By ELDON BARRETT SEATTLE, Wash. (UPI) Until he fell.80 feet down a cliff, &ch Greinhert's normal activities were skydiving, drag racing, mountain climbing and zipping around in his sports 'car. After the plunge last September, the 22-year-old Spokane, Wash., pipefitter was a paraplegic—both legs paralyzed by a spinal cord injury. He'll never be the same. But after three months at the University of Washington Spinal Cord Injury Center for Rehabilitation, Rich Greinher doesn't think his life is over. "Three months ago, I figured I'd never be able to do anything again," he said today. "Bu every week now I get more convinced there is no limit to what I can do. You get out of it what you put into it." He's talking now about such basic skills as eating, walking, using a public restroom, dressing and undressing him self, getting in and out of bed. He also can walk in leg braces, drive a car and do other things often denied persons with spinal cord injuries. G r e i n h e r t has developed some new interests, such as painting pictures and fancy lettering, two of his better achievements. "But as I gain more ambulation, other things become more real," he said. "When I get better at walking in long-legged braces, I think I can devise a way to adapt my Corvette to hand controls. "It's just a matter of conditioning, balance. I won't start thinking about a career until I discover my limits for teetering around." But he expects to be having dates and zipping around in his sports car within a few months. And he has applied to three Spokane area colleges and hopes to start classes next fall Dr. William Donovan of the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine said Greinhert was exceptional both in the variety of skills he acquired during rehabilitation and for the drive and enthusiasm with which he learned. vidyvaughn Party put on The skimmer shape gees long and curvy. Lively lace shows itself off 'round the neck and sun-bared arms ... then goes wide for a tiny midriff. A Vicky Vaughn love in washable/dryable polyester double knit. Blue, pink with white. 5-15. $28 Coin Toss Wins Second Election VISALIA, Calif. (UPI) - If his luck holds out, Daniel Denton may serve on the Stone Corral School Board forever. For the second time in four years, Denton retained his seat on the school board as the flip of a coin settled a tie election. Denton finished in a dead heat in 1969 with another candidate for the board in the small town of Seville and won a coin flip to retain his seat. He tied with opponent George Leos last month as each received 44 votes and won another coin flip this week. NOW Union Optical Co. Featuring UNION OPTICAL PLAN nmw.t 11 w "75th" Year Since 1898" UNION MEMBERS BRING YOUR UNION CARDS MOST FOR YOUR OPTICAL DOLLAR CONTACT LENSES Hard or Soft Complete Hearing Aid Service Full Line of Batteries PHOTOGRAY & PHOTOSUN LENSES Tbey Darken and Clear Automatically With The Changing Light Contact lens & ifw' Glasses Dispensed en Prescription of Dr. Everett Beath, O.D. OVER 2000 STYLES OF EYEGLASSES FROM THE LOWEST PRICED TO THE FINEST AVAILABLE INCLUDING HUNDREDS OF NEW METAL STYLES. "Gold Carpet Service" Gives You A One Year Warranty Eyeglass Repair and Replacement Eyes Examined. 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Fees will be $5 a student for each course except for art where $10 will be charged. George JLundeen, assistant principal, who is the director of the program, said no student may enroll in more than two classes. Students will receive a half credit for each course successfully completed, he said. Each course must have a minimum enrollment of 20 students before it can be offered. Students must register and pay fees by May 25. Local students may obtain additional information at the high school office. Area students who want to enroll should call the high school at 343-4146. The summer program will be for current high school students and new sophomores, Lundeen said. He noted that a number of new courses will be offered this summer. They include a reading laboratory, television news broadcasting, American studies, psychology and self awareness, field biology, auto body and fender instruction, horse and horsemanship, conversational German, conversational Spanish and outdoor living. Other courses which have been offered before include basic English, creative writing, rhetoric, American history, beginning typing, personal typewriting, auto mechanics, beginning art, drawing I, printmaking I and painting I. School District 205 Schedule CSC OuUof-Disttict Deadline Nearing their junior year may get a plete his program more quick- Announced for Summer Study A limited summer program for elementary and junior high school students will be offered June 15-July 27 by School District 205. Vincent Laird, director of curriculum and instruction, said ah* elementary and junior high school students may attend. Each class, Laird said, must have a minimum of 20 students. Students must register and pay fees May 16-18 at the school they attend. A fee of $5 a student will be charged for each 'course taken. All classes will be held in the morning. Primary purpose of the summer school program is to help pupils who are having difficulty mastering basic skills in reading and mathematics, he said. Enrichment courses will include creative writing for Grades 4-6 at Lincoln and Gale middle schools; drama, fundamentals of gymnastics and art, Grades 4-6 at King Middle School; band for Grades 5-7 (minimum of 45 students), $10 fee; junior high school typing class; geology and English at Lombard Junior High School, and physical education for Grades 1-3 and Grades 4-6. Transportation must be furnished by the parents. Deadline for out-of-dlstrict students to secure home-district approval to attend the 8-week summer session at Carl Sandburg College is May 15, college officials said today. Home - district authorization enables a student to pay the in-district tuition rate of $5 a quarter hour, which is less than a fourth of the rate for out-of-district students. 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