The News from Frederick, Maryland on September 7, 1967 · Page 6
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The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 6

Frederick, Maryland
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Thursday, September 7, 1967
Page 6
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New Algebra Course To Be Offered At TJ A two-year Albebra I course is one of several curriculum changes planned for Frederick County schools this year, Miss Louise A. Weagley, supervisor cf math, said. The course, to be offered at Thomas Johnson, is for "slow developers" Miss Weagley said. 'There are some students who need to study math at a slower pace at first so we have started this course on a trial basis," she commented. Frederick High School meanwhile will offer a math course i dating to its new shop courses. Thomas Johnson already has such a course. In another change Miss Weagley said that because the state now reauires two math units ' for graduation, Brunswick High 1 has introduced a new general math course. Before, she explained 16 units vf-re needed to graduate, including one for math. But now! 18 are required, two for math. I In the math workshop over the summer over 100 transparencies were made to be used this yea- in math programs The transparencies which ·vfre provided on a more limited scale last year, are used with overhead projectors to project pictures of mathematical prawns or the like Eleven teachers participated in the program Miss Weagley said that it takes about an hour' to do each transparency and that it could not be done dur- 'n 0 the school vear. In a smaller workshop two too^h^rs worked on team teach- 'n* «t T-T. trving to smooth n nt any wrinkles. **** ""Gr Murphy Clan Holds Reunion The 28th annual reunion of descendants of Horace L. Murphy was held recently at Husky Park. There were 152 relatives and friends present. The program was opened with David Richard Virts, master of ceremonies, leading the group in the Lord's Prayer. The social program included recitations by Douglas and Cindy Wilcom; Mikie Wilcom, Margy and Judy Murphy, Gary Lee and Johnny Moxley, Maresa Simons, David and Sherri Wilcom and a drum majorette number by Kathy and Susan Wilcom. Gifts were presented to Stephen Roderick, youngest baby; Mr. and Mrs. Linwood T. Offutt Jr., newly weds; Mrs. Raymond Oden, oldest lady; Frank S Murphy, oldest man; and Mr. and Mrs. Harry T. Bussard, oldest married couple. Present were Mr. and Mrs. William E Wilcom and Rhonda, Mrs Ollie A. Doegen, Miss Marguerite Burgee, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Darrow, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Cunningham, Michael, Bernadette, Jenny, Marylyn, Cecilia, Anne and Theresa Cunningham; Miss Lucille G. Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. Michael J ed on local operations and services, and showed color slides of 1 activities. Wiiccm, Mikie, Mark and Chris Wilcom; Mr. and Mrs Douglas E Baker apd Beverly; Mr. and Mrs. Lewis A. Cross; Mr. and Mrs. Harry T. Bussard; Mr. and Mrs. Bud Cook and family; Miss Anna Bussard; Mr. and Mrs. Merhle W. Murphy, Jeanette and David Murphy; Mrs. Zazelle Oestreicher, Mr. Francis S. Murphy, Miss Anna I. Murphy; and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Murphy and family. Others were Mrs. Gary N. Moxley, Gary Lee, Johnny and Shary Moxley; Mr. and Mrs. James L. Suons, Maresa, Jim Jr. and Lorene Simons; Mr. and Mrs. J. Jerom e Wilcom, Kathy, Susan, Cindy and Douglas; Mr. and Mrs. Francis H Roderick and Stephen, Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Wilcom, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne A. Storm and Jason, Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Lawson, Mrs. Jerold Phillips and Jerry Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Linwood T. Offutt Jr. and Angela, Mr. and Mrs. Weber Wilcom, Keith and Anita Wilcom, Mr and Mrs. Robert Wilcom, Bobby, David and Sherri Wilcom; Mr. and Mrs. Casper C. Murphy, Patrick, Timothy Matthew and Maryanne Murphy. Also, Mrs. Charles E. Murphy, Mrs Edgar C. Virts Sr., David Richard Virts, Mr. and Mrs. John J. Wilcom Sr., Carroll J. and Linda Wilcom, Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Murphy, Sally, Margaret, Judy, Jerry and Betsy Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred C. Murphy, Connie, Linda, Billy and Arnold Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Snouffer and Dawn Marie, Mrs. Joseph Snouffer, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hart, Ellen and Rick Hart, Gail Cox, Mr. and Mrs. William Harold Roderick, David and Teresa Roderick. And, Mrs. Charles Storm Jr., Willie, Ricky and Debbie Storm. Mrs. John E. Williams, Mr. and Mrs Harry T. Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. Rockne Murphy, Barbara Ann, Anita and Johnny Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Thompson, Mr. John J. Wilcom Jr. and Jeff. Visitors attending were Mr. Lawrence R. Wilcom, Mr. Gary Simmons. Miss Catherine Bruchey and Mrs. Mae Oden. A-« THE NEWS. Frederick, Maryland Ttantoy, September 7, 1M7 Brain Scientist Arrested With Space Secrets BALTIMORE (AP) -- A Japanese scientist was arrested at an airport after a crate labeled "household goods" was discovered by customs agents to contain space research material, it was learned Tuesday. Charged with false customs declaration was Dr. Hidebumi Hazama, 39, who had labeled three crates destined for Japan, "used household goods." Customs agents said the crates actually held research work for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration on toe effects of life in space on the human brain. Hazama, who wa» arrested Friday at Friendship Airport was charged with false customs declaration. United States Commissioner Eugene Volkart ordered Hazama's passport surrendered and set bond at $15,000. Hazama was later released in custody of the. first secretary of the Japanese Embassy in Washington, D.C. "His motive frankly baffles us," said Dr. Robert Grennel, chief of the NASA project at University Hospital, where Hazama helped gather the data. Grennel said there was no duplicate record of the data. When arrested, Haazama was putting his wife and child on an airplane for London. The crates' were readied for shipment aboard the freighter SS Pioneer Moon. Officials said Dr. Hazama had left his job with the project re* cently. A preliminary hearing on the case will be held Friday. Appointed In Somerset ANNAPOLIS (AP) -- Gov. Agnew has appointed Joseph T. Hayman and Robert Kemp both of Princess Anne, to the Somerset County Board of Education. Hayman, a garage operator, will fill anew board position by the 1967 legislature. He was named to a six-year term dating Ifrom June 1. Walkersvllle Man Found Not Guilty A Walkersville area man was acquitted on a charge of failure' to reduce speed to avoid an j accident in Magistrate's Court Wednesday. i Magistrate Murray H. Fout | Tound Carl L. Ramsburg of RFDI 1, Walkersville, not guilty of the charge stemming from a three- 1 vehicle collision Aug. 4. Pvt. Douglas 'Abrecht testified that on the morning of Aug. 4 he investigated an accident occurring along East Patrick Street in which Ramsburg's pickup truck ran into the rear of a car driven by Earl P Easton of Frederick. The impact forced Easton's car into the rear of an automobile driven by Ward W. Crowley of RFD 6, Frederick. Easton and Crowley corroborated the officer's testimony. Ramsburg. defended by Jerome W. Offutt. said he saw no signal of brakelights on Easton's car which had just stopped in the line of traffic, and he could not stop in time to avoid the accident. Photos by J Rolfe Castleman WOOLCO ANNIVERSARY -- Woolco Depart- E. Wilkerson, assistant general manager, ment store celebrated its first anniversary in F y Moss g ener al manager; Mayor John A. 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