The News from Frederick, Maryland on June 3, 1970 · Page 9
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June 3, 1970

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 9

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THE NEWS, Frederick, Maryland t, UN PaitA-t TJ Scholars Top Ten In State Test Road Scholars from TJ finish* ed in the top ten at the Plymouth Trouble Shooting Contest held at Woodlawn High School in Baltimore on Saturday, May 23, but failed to win one of the contest's top three positions. Marion U. Lawson, Auto Mechanics instructor at TJ, stated he was very proud of his team, Paul Heffner and RobertRameberger, tot placing as high as they did. The contest causes excitement and a very heavy tension in the boys besides requiring that they fight a time clock. This is the first year since entering the contest that TJ had a team make it to the finish line. The boys found all the malfunctions and corrected them but took just a little too long. They were off about three degrees on their meter readings and the reading was required to be absolutely perfect. Many teams were still hard at work with cars unable to run when the Frederick team left for home. The written test which counts for 30 percent of the grade is taken as a team. Each boy answered 50 questions and one could raise the score or drag it down. Lawson said it was gratifying to learn that teams at Baltimore made the highest scores so far on the written test given in the eastern division. This in itself should make the vocational program proud of the progress being made in the state of Maryland. The actual finding and correcting of malfunctions counted for 70 percent. Teams coming to compete covered the District of Columbia, Maryland, and for the first time this year, Delaware. The students and the instructor would publicly like to thank Roney Motors for their past support. Hopefully next year the Frederick team can bring home one of the big ones because if Roney Motors will sponsor them they will be in there trying again. RECEIVES AS DEGREE - Miss Susan Staley Reid, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry H. Reid, of 1025 North Market Street received the Associate in Science degree from Southern Seminary Junior College on Friday, May 29. Miss Reid was one of 113 graduates who composed Southern Seminary's 103rd graduating class. The degrees were awarded by Dr. Sidney E. Sandridge, President of the college, who also delivered the commencement address. AMONG TOP TEN-Marion U. Lawson, center, Auto Mechanics Instructor at the Governor Thomas Johnson High School, is shown with two of his students, Robert Ranneberger, left, and Paul Heffner, right, who finished in the top ten at the Plymouth Trouble Shooting Contest held at Woodlawn High School in Baltimore, recently. lamp Cozy ited In Guidebook The Cozy Restaurant and Motel has won a listing in the twelfth edition of the Mobil Travel Guide, he country's best-known national travel guidebook, it has been announced by the Guide's editors. Over 24,000 restaurants, ho- els, motels and resorts are listed and rated on a one to a ive star basis in the seven irolume travel guide which has Hjen compared, to the famed uide - Michelin by travel exerts. Cozy received, in addition o its starred rating, a rarely given mark that symbolizes an unusually good value. This mark was received by only 116 other istablishments in the United totes. To win a listing in the Mobil iuide, an establishment must te personally inspected by an mpartial, trained inspector who eports his findings to an editorial board. Mobil has given complete independence to this group in deciding on listings and ratings. Each of the seven regional edi- ions gives valuable information on local history, sightseeing, amusements, sports, andrecrea- ion facilities. They also include regional road atlases and detailed maps of major cities, special FAREWELL TO AFS STUDENTS - While their American sisters look on, Maria Depetris and Johanna Bley cut the cake at a party given for them by the Frederick Chapter, American Field Service. (L to R) Mary Thomas, Maria Depetris, Johanna Bley, and Becky McKay. Foreign Students Honored A farewell party was held at the YMCA recently honoring two foreign students who have been attending Frederick high schools during the past year. The Frederick Chapter, American Field Service, sponsors of the student visitors, gave the party for Johanna Bley whose home is in Germany, and Maria Depetris who lives in Argentina. Johanna Bley has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Robert McKay and their daughter Becky has been attending Governor Thomas Johnson High School. After schools close for the summer Johanna will return to her home in Gartenstr, Germany. Maria Depetris has been living with Dr. and Mrs. B. 0. Thomas, Jr., and their daughter Mary. Maria has been studying at Fre- dericK High School and will be returning to Cordoba, Argentina, where her parents live. Since 1960 when the Frederick Chapter of American Field Service was chartered, there have been fifteen foreign students from as many different countries who have made their homes with local families while attending high school for a year. The chapter expects to have two more AFS students for the next school year. Greek architecture has been employed for many public buildings in Nashville, Tenn. It is known as the "Athens of the South." HONORED - The 1970 issue of Pridwin, Mount Saint Mary's College yearbook, has been dedicated to Dr. John J. Dillon Jr., veteran faculty member who was named executive vice president of the college just a year ago. The student editors said it was "with unfathomable pride" that they were announcing their decision to honor Dr. Dillon, who "has shown himself to be a man of conviction, who is not moved by the title of his position, but by the awesome responsibility of it" Dr.Dillon ^was named executive vice president of the college last June by the Board of Trustees, with responsibility for managing internal affairs. He had been a member of the English department for 29 years, serving as its chairman for many years. He has served on most of-the college committees, including the academic council. SUEO3SS 20 N. MARKET ST. 'The perfect footnote for a sun-kissed summer, sandals from Italy in Chalk White, Sunshine Yellow, and Toasty Brown ... 4.99 RETIRES - Miss Margaret Thomas, RFD 3, retired this month after having completed more than 41 years of service with the Potomac Edison Company. Miss Thomas began working for the company as a Clerk in the Frederick Accounting Office. She worked in various capacities in the Frederick Accounting Department until 1967, when her Department was moved to the company's General Office in Hagerstown. Miss Thomas, a member of the PE Quarter Century Club, retired as an Accountant. Labor Party Leader Floored At Rally COLCHESTER, E n g l a n d (AP) - Former Foreign Secretary George Brown was the- center of a fist-swinging melee involving longhaired students dur- ing a Labor party rally for the forthcoming national election. One youtii said Brown, 55, knocked him down during the altercation Tuesday. Brown, who did not deny it, reminded newsmen mat he wa» brought up in a tough east end district of London "where you learn to look after yourself.** The price tag on this Touch Sew zig-zag machine usually reads $ 334 95 auto-tour sightseeing routes, and advice to travelers. The books will be available at Mobil stations and bookstores in June. A warning about "SPEED" from your pharmacist "Speed" is a slang term for amphetamines, a group of drugs that stimulate the nervous system and make you go at top speed all the time. But speed kills -- as users involved in highway accidents have discovered. In addition, they are habit-forming. MERCER'S PHARMACY 248 N. MARKET ST. PHONE 663-3811 WE DELIVER ,%« CUSTOM MADE DRAPES The SINGER L3S* Credit Plan is designed to fit yoyr budget S I N G E R IN THE FREDERICK SHOPPING CENTER Whott tuwfor fMwrnw I* at SIN C E R fnfay/ * * A Trademark of THE SINGER COMPANY B outzahn's DEPARTMENT STORE "ON THE SQUARE" 662-2141 summer-go-lively VACATION MAKERS 18 the perfect travelers We have $11 that's necessary to pull yourself together effectively for your summer vacation . . . in 100 % Dacron polyester double knit. Skirt personal pulls you together Thanks to Personal sportswear pulling yourself together is childs play. In performinc: 100% Dacron polyester double knits. Here's all you do. 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