The News from Frederick, Maryland on June 1, 1970 · Page 24
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The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 24

Frederick, Maryland
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Monday, June 1, 1970
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t»»feB-12 MB NEWS, Frederick, Marybnd 1, IfN Mount Awards Degrees Mt Saint Mary's Collage at Emmttsburg, awarded Bachelors 'Degrees Sunday afternoon to 231 young men from IS states. The commencement exercise ~ Wigginton Named Top Jaycee Of Year Lingcmor* To Present Concert By MONICA MAIN Staff Writer One of the highest awards granted to a member of the Jay- ceeT infiaFo? "Jaycee of the Year". David Wiggtaion of the Frederick Jaycees captured that title during the'Friday evening Fast President's Banquet held at the Holiday Inn. Wigginton, coordinator for .Western Maryland in the Special Olympics* served on every project during the course of the year. His extensive work in conjunction with the Mental Re-, tardttton Committee was given special recognition. Mrs. Wanda Clements, wife of Jaycee Eugene Clements, was awarded the "Jaycee Wife of the Year." The honor of U. S. Senator- ship from the Junior Chamber International was bestowed upon member Walter Kirk. Kirk will represent 58 countries around were presided over by Patrick Cardinal 0»Boyle, Archbishop of Washington. Honorary Doctor of Laws degrees were awarded to Cardinal O'Boyle, John W. McDevitt, Supreme Knight of the Knights of Columbus, as well as to Msgr. Francis P. McNeils of South Hampton, Fa. Doctor of Humane Letters degrees were awarded to Msgr. John K. Cartwright, nationally known Catholic scholar now retired in Bethesda, and David G. Baird, New York philanthrophist and business leader. Msgr. Cartwright, unable to be present because of bad health, was represented by his brother, Msgr. Mitchell Cartwright. McDevitt gave the commencement address and cited three primary goals of Catholic education. "Those three goals are the goals of everything that has happened to you since you arrived at Mt. SaintMarys. Thedevelop- ment of your mind, theshapening of your moral judgements faced with the major crisis of our times, and readying of your hearts to witness the faith of our fathers, in the world of their 5,00," he said. FILM DEVELOPING CAMERA REPAIRING --FAST- RAY WACHTER PHOTO CENTER VI S. Market St. MO 2-4953 the world. He was described as a "statistician knowing any and all possible facts and figures concerning the Frederick Jaycees." ~ Numerous awards going to both Jaycees and Jaycees wives were granted, details of which will follow at at later date. Richard C. Brady, past president and national representative from Maryland, was toastmaster. Mayor E. Paul Magaha, honorary Jaycee, extended his wannest congratulations tome "ambitious youthful group." He concluded his 'marks in saying, "Even though a_ stronger power than mine has cut myTjudget, your money is still there fellow." Major Charles V. Main* an honorary Jaycee, was also introduced. Newly elected officers for the coining year, 1970-71 were installed. Robert Smariga was officially installed as president of the Frederick Jaycees by James Mallow, executive vice president of the Maryland Jaycees. In his acceptance speech, Smarigm announced that he has chosen the motto, "Do ft Now" to represent his hopes for the coming Jaycee year. Smariga will replace JosephC. Free as president of the organization. Free was awarded the Jaycee ring by Jacob R. Ramsburg Jr., past president of the Jaycees. He was also.given a gold serapbook containing pictures and reports of all projects undertaken by the Jaycees and a complete record of his year as president. Mallow extended his congratulations to the Jaycees for a successful year. Passing a long suggestions for future success, he said, "Don't build personal monuments but do give 100 per cent to help others. In the final analysis, the true test is not how much money you have in your treasury or how big the monument, to Jaycees, but the size of the man that this community and this chapter produces." PRINCIPALS AT JAYCEE BANQUET-Outgoing President Joseph C. Free, right, congratulates David L. Wigginton, left, who was named the "Outstanding Jaycee of the Year." Center three from left are Robert E. Sknariga, new presi- dent; Richard C. Brady, national Jaycee representative from Maryland; and Walter Kirk, recently elected to a U.S. Seriatorship in the Jaycees, "the highest elective post for a local member. -(News-Post Photo). Youth Critical After Accident Need An Electrician: Need Immediate Service* * Caffl Brandenburg L: 662-014 3 ROOMS New Furniture $ 288 FREE DELIVERY * Complete Line of Furniture, TV 'i Appliances at Difcount -* Price* INC, 50 South Market OPEN EVERY NITE 'TIL 9 P.M. food Prices Hit BUY DIRECT-- § P*H PILIVMr · FMI INSURANCE WE FIU YOUR HtKZft Buy. 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Low Rates , Free Estimates Local Moves A Specialty 6*2-5216 From January 1967 to February 1970 Indian customs officials seized 251 reels or pornographic films being smuggled into the country, according to an official statement. MUST SELL Property zoned B3 -- joining freeway. G r o w i n g investment. Present inconie $7,000.00 per year. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION WRIT! NEWS-POST BOX 1409 A 15 year-old Middletown boy \ was listed in critical condition at Johns Hopkins Hospital Sunday night from injuries received in a collision between his bicycle and an automobile on U.S. 40-A Friday evening. Cecil Ray Reed was transferred to Johns Hopkins from Frederick Memorial shortly after the 9 sum. accident to be treated for a fractured skull. State Police said Reed was riding his bike westbound on U.S. 40-A, one-half mile east of Middletown, and the bicycle was struck from behind by a 1961 sedan, also westbound, and operated by Bonnie Lee Payne, Brooklawn Apartments. Tfc. Paul R; Sanders said the bicycle did not have lights or reflectors, and was not visible to the operator of the automobile. Sanders said Reed was thrown across the hood of the Payne vehicle and onto the roadway. Police said probable cause of the accident was the bicycle operator's failure to have lights. Ih other action, State Police are investigating a hit-and-run accident on Baker Valley Road Sunday at 1:53 ajn. Tpr. Fred Settle said a 1970 sedan operated by Naomi V. Carroll, Adamstown, was westbound on Baker Valley Road and an unidentified white vehicle was east- oound. The unidentified car crossed the center line, hit the left side of the Carroll car and failed to stop, Settle said. Damage to the Carroll car was estimated at $300. Ground Broken For Edgewood Bethel Over 200 persons attended the groundbreaking Sunday for the new Bethel of the First Church of God at Edgewood. The groundbreaking service was presided over by the pastor, the Rev. Paul W. Moore. The building committee chairman is LeRoy Masser. The contractor is Morgan-Keller Contractors The Umaoore Junior High and Senior High bands will present a concert Tuesday, June t, at * in the Linganore auditor- Fertureias special goest soloist will be William M. Bill, a former member of the United Slates Army Field Band and the liyrltl^ Ptf*i He is active locally as a , teacher, sod cUolcisn. There is no charge for admis- bat awHf*""" will be ac- The P-bllc is Dr. Samuel A. Mudd, who set the leg of John Wilkes Boom, Abraham Lincoln's assassin, was sentenced to life imprisonment but was later pardoned. "Queen Elizabeth fbtte is nothing to compare with fhls intricate, yet delicate design. For Ota queen in every woman, Bates re-creates this handwoven masterpiec from the first Elizabethan era. In antique and snow white ; cream. Or ratoed Wttte design on gold, pink; olive, spice brown, Gift-boxed. Twin, doubl* doal Hag. Now fff off regular prices. 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