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ISA--Aug. 6, 1972 Sunday " ' QmiMM AWARD 12 Area Graduates Given Minor Scholarships to M. H. m Its r g i " ft.'? Â£ t. Twelve graduates of area high schools have been awarded Berkeley Minor and Susan Fontaine Minor scholarships at Morris Harvey College beginning this fall. 8 1 Seven of the graduates have been given four-year scholarships which total $3,200 each and five of them, who will enter two-year associate degree programs, have been given scholarships which total $1,600 each. They will receive the financial aid on a semester basic as long as they maintain high academic averages. The students are Betty Ann Green, Mildred G. Duncan, Elizabeth Ann Knudson, Mary F. Skiles, and Dianh Kay Carte, Joanne E. Lynch of St. Albans, Beverly J. Workman of Dunbar, Patricia Ann Groves of Belle, Douglas A. Groves and Dale E. Hunt, both of Elkview; and Doris Charlene Parsons of Given, Jackson County. Miss Green, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Green of Helen Avenue and a graduate of Stonewall Jackson High School, plans to major in English. Miss Duncan, daughter of Mrs. Elsie M. Duncan of Washington Street East and a graduate of Charleston High School, will major in history. Majoring in nursing, a two- Nixon Takes Quiet Cruise On 'Bayside' ASSATEAGUE ISLAND, Md. (ffl --President Nixon went boating on choppy, windswept Sinepuxent Bay Saturday as he spent a relaxed weekend with friends at a secluded beachhouse on Maryland's Eastern Shore. The 90-minute cruise was on a wooden-hulled 25-foot converted lobster boat, the "Bayside," owned by Philadelphia business executive Thomas B. McCabe, who also owns the beachhouse where Nixon is staying. The chief executive was accompanied by three friends who flew with him Friday by hel* copter from the White House- former Atty. Gen. John N. Mitchell, Miami banker C. G. "Bebe" /Rebozo and New York industrialist Robert Abplanalp. Winds were gusting to 20 knots and small craft warnings had been issued for the Atlantic, so Nixon and his party didn't adventure out of the sheltered bay which separates the 37-mile long Assateague Island f ro m' 1h Maryland and Virginia-mainland. Before boarding the boat, aides said Nixon had worked in the study of the beachhouse located among sand dunes in a section of Assateague Island National Seashor which remains in pri vate hands. South Yemen year program, will be Miss Knudson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Knudson of 34th Street East, and Miss Sidles, granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Hunter of Rt. 6, both graduates of Charleston High School, and Miss Carte, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Carte of Kanawha Boulevard, who graduated from Stonewall Jackson High School. Also majoring in nursing will be Miss Workman, daughter 'of High Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. -Workman and a graduate of Dunbar High School, and Miss Groves, daughter of Br. and Mrs. David C. Groves of West Fifth Avenue, Belle, who graduated from DuPont High School. BEVERLY WORKMAN TIMOTHY WALDRON PATRICIA GROVES CHARLENE PARSONS MILDRED DUNCAN BE1TYANNGREEN Choosing teaching as a major are Miss Lynch, daughter of Mrs. W. P. Lynch of Oakland Avenue, St. Albans, a graduate of St. Albans High School, and aunt, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Levi Hunt of Rt. 1, Elkview, a graduate of Herbert Hoover -- Waldron, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dunbar James E. Waldron of Rt. 7, South Charleson, is a graduate of George Washington High School, and Groves, son of Mr. and Mrs. K. Kermit Groves of Rt. 3, Elkview, a graduate of Herbert Hoover High School, will enter the pre-law program. Miss Parsons, of Rt. 1, Given, a graduate of Ripley High School, plans to major in sociology. Berkeley Minor Jr. established the Berkeley Minor and Susan Fontaine Minor Foundation Scholarship Fund in 1957 in memory of his parents. 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A housing ministry was created under Nasser Mohammed Yassin to supervise the take over, the agency said. South' Yemen's prime minister, Ali Nasser Mohammed, addressed a demonstration before his office. He said the takeover was "a victory for the revolution, and a step to end the exploitation of the people by a handful of rich businessmen." The nationalization followed reports of an acute financial crisis in South Yemen. It is paying to support the Marxist rebels in Oman to the east and is having to fight Adeni rebels near the Yemeni and Saudi Arabian borders. Â£ $23 Million iÂ«Is Profited *Â·' :^In Lottery !'Â«Â· HARRISBURG, Pa. -(AP)- Â·^ Profits from the first 16 weeks v,, of the Pennsylvania lottery totaled $23,070,957, about double the amount the state, had expected, according to Revenue Secretary Robert P. Kane. The lottery's gross income through June 30. when the last fiscal year ended, was $53,634. 814, Kane said. 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