The News from Frederick, Maryland on June 4, 1970 · Page 12
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The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 12

Frederick, Maryland
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Thursday, June 4, 1970
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P«fe A-12 THE NEWS, Frederick, Maryland Tkmiajr. Jmt 4, IfJt Charles Grimes Grimes Studying Refrigeration Charles Grimes of Routzahn and Sons, Frederick, is attending an intensive course in refrigeration products service at the W h i r l p o o l Corporation Service Training Center in Benton Harbor, Mich. The Whirlpool Service Training Center presents workshop courses on servicing all Whirlpool products and utilizes the latest teaching methods so that the student may receive maximum benefit from the course. Specially designed cut-a-way machines, programmed instruction, audio-visual aids are used to present the courses. Each course includes sessions on basics, theory, diagnosing, service techniques and customer relations. Such training is designed to complement Whirlpool's philosophy of "customer satisfaction after the sale." Pay Parking Tickets Early, Police Warn The Frederick City Police are urging residents to save money and pay those parking ticket* as soon as they receive them. "Not paying a parking ticket can be an expensive thing," Sgt Charles Cashour said. During May, 303 tickets were increased to a $2 One and 54 tickets were increased to a $10 fine. After three days, the $1 parking ticket increases to a $2 fine and after seven days the fine increases to $10. "Thus far into June," Sgt. Cashour said, "we have 250 tickets on which the fine has increased to $2 and about 75 tickets on which the fine has Increased to $10. Usually after the fine has increased to ?10 a state warrant for a violator's arrest is issued." GRADUATES-Miss Rachel Elizabeth Bittle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence U. Bittle, RFD 1, Myersville, graduated Sunday, May 24, from McPherson College, McPherson, Kan. Miss Bittle graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in sociology. While at McPherson College Miss Bittle was active in the A Cappella Choir, the Music Educators National Conference, and was president of the Sociology Club. GIANT SNAILS PORT MORESBY, New Guinea (APMn 1942 Japanese troops brought giant snails into New Guinea for food, and they continue to be a problem. The snails originally were brought into only three areas, but they have spread to other districts. Moving in scores of thousands, they eat out New Guinean food gardens. The only control is to pick the snails from the plant and kill them. In an effort to eradicate the giants, the administration is now releasing small snails to eat the big ones. BRACELETS tepeuise trocelet Plain ·ractlet $7Ji Crafted by Kirk, America's Oldest Silversmiths, these lovely bracelets are of substantial weight and unusually fine finish. Repousse' is the original Kirk flower and foliage design. The plain is ideally suited to our fine engraving. Both are wonderful bridesmaid'* gifts. flking ^JWIEWELERS** Joseph J. Fox Local Man Honored Joseph J. Fox Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Fox of Sabillasville, was recently honored at the twenty-third annual Honors Convocation held in Compton Auditorium, Frostburg State College. Fox received the Departmental Award in Theatre from the Department of Speech and Theatre. The award, given for academic excellence in the field of Theatre, was presented by Dr. Jack W. Vrieze, Head of the Speech and Theatre De: parttnent at the College. Fox, who has a 4.0 average in the field of theatre, has acted in many productions as well as directing some others. He spent two summers with the Allegheny Festival Theatre which is associated with the College. He is a member of Alpha Psi Omega, national dramatics fraternity, and served as its president for this school year. In addition he is also a member of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, National professional men's music fraternity. He performed with a number of the college's choral groups and was active in the Student Education Association. Fox will receive his Bachelor of Science Degree in Elementary Education with a minor in music from Frostburg on June 7. COLLEGE GRADUATE-Miss Maxine Catherine Grace, the daughter of Mrs. Catherine Grace, Frederick and the late Wilmer A. Grace of Lebanon, Mo., will receive the Master of Arts Degree from the University of Maryland on June 6. Miss Grace was granted her Baccalaureate Degree from Southwest Missouri State College, Springfield, Mo., in 1965. Since then she has taught physical education for two years at Saint Joseph College, Emmitsburg, and two years at the University of Maryland. She is presently employed as physical education instructor at the Pennsylvania State University, Mont Alto, Pa. After graduation Miss Grace will take a trip for pleasure and study in South American countries of Brazil, Argentina and Chile. FCC Offering Summer English, Speech Courses Frederick Community College | nations and other ages, tt also plans to otter classes in English and Speech during the Summer Session beginning on June 22 and ending July 31. English Composition, normally the initittl and basic college freshmen course in English, is to be offered during the day anc evening hours. The objective of the course is to teach students to apply good expository writing. Areas of study include: diction, rhetoric and the paragraph, methods of exposition, argument and description. For those students who have completed the first semester of the two semester freshmen English course, the college intends to offer the second semester course, English Composition and Literature. This course provides students with the opportunity to apply the skills of critical analysis to several literary types-poetry, short story, drama and novel. In addition to this beginning course in college English, the summer day schedule includes a course in World Literature. The purposes of this course are to acquaint the student with themes of Western literature and trace the development of those themes, introduces the student to various national literatures and to help the student discern tie relationships between his own literature and those of other uLADfflLL REUNION The annual Gladhill Reunion will be held Sunday, June 14, at the Middletown Amvets Park, Middletown. Basket lunch will be served at 12:30. Prizes will be awarded and games provided for he children. is planned to familiarize the student with the literary forms o; the epic, romance, tragedy, and allegory. A course in American Literature will be offered during the summer evening hours. This is an introductory course in American literature and is an analytical study of outstanding American literary works from the Colonial period to the Civil War. To meet the increasing need to improve communication skills in the contemporary society, the college plans to offer abeguniog course in speech, speech fundamentals. This course, offered during the evening hours, places emphasis upon the attainment of skill and poise in public speaking; including the study of the bases and mechanics of speech production and organization, the preparation and delivery of speeches, and participation in panel discussions and debates. All the English course to be offered by the college are credit courses readily transferrable to all state colleges and the university as wellasmostfour-year Institutions throughout the nation. However, for those students who wish to take courses solely for self-improvement, they may enroll on an audit basis. In addition to these courses described, the Frederick Community College Summer Session will include courses in history* geography, mathematics, bio- ogy, business law, public re- ations, personnel management, data processing, health philosophy, psychology, sociology and archeology. Students may register for sum- m«r course* it the North Market Street location any week day from 8:30 ajm. to 4 pan. Students unable to register during the day may enroll on Wednes- day, June 17, until 9 p.m. Late registration will be conducted on Monday June 22 until 9 Courses cost $36 plus reasonable feet. Interested students are encouraged to contact the Admissions Office, 520 N. Market St., between 8:30 a.m. and 4 pjn. tor .additional infbrma. tion (telephone 662-0101). CATAWBA GRADUATES-William Rudolf Chatlos, left, John Verl Forney, center and Michael Owen Mercer, right, graduated from Catawba College Sunday, May 31 during commencement exercises held in Keppel Auditorium of the College-Community Centre on the Catawba campus. Chatlos, the son of Rev. and Mrs. John Calvin Chatlos, is a 1966 graduate of Emmlts- burg High School. A sociology major, he has been a member of the SCA, the Adelphians, the SGA Board of Review, and was elected to the rolls of the Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. He is also a dean's list student, Forney, the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Verl Forney, Frederick, is a 1966 graduate of Frederick High School. A general business major, he, has been member of the Advertising Club where this past year he has been vice-president. He plans a career in insurance underwriting upon graduation from Catawba. Mercer, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Owen Mercer, Frederick, is a 1966 graduate of Frederick High School. A general business major, he has been a member of the SCA, the Advertising Club, serving as treasurer, and senior class representative. He has also been administrative assistant to the chairman of the department of commerce. A dean's list student, he plans to attend graduate school upon graduation from Catawba. He was awarded the Wall Street Journal Award, presented to a senior majoring in general business who best exhibits the qualities of leadership and scholarship. The award was made at a recent special assembly and presented by Dr. Charles Turney, vice-president for academic affairs. time to choose St Jeff ONE PIECE Buy five identical place setting pieces of Stieff sterling, get one piece free! Place settings, too! Get complete details. Hurry . . . offer good from May 15 to June 30,1970 only. t SOUTH MAftKIT ST. 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