The News from Frederick, Maryland on June 8, 1970 · Page 10
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Frederick, Maryland
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Monday, June 8, 1970
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THE NEWS, Frederick, Maryland Mac I, Lovettsville Holds Bond Ceremony * · , ,· · . LOVETTSVILLE, Va, -TU» County celebrated a day wMA will auto thatr anr LOVETTSV1LLE PASSES MILESTONE-Lov- ettsvUle passed a major step enroute to a new sewage and water system. Mayor Richard H. Hickman endorses the municipal bond, while Thomas Kane, town recorder - secretary, and Jack Spain, bond counsel, look over other pertinent documents and the FHA check for $260,000. the tlon of an achievement widen spaas IS years of planning and five years of hard work. George Hoy, chief of community programs for the Fanners Home Administration to Virginia, and Mrs. Jackson of the FHA DistrictSupervisor'soffice, handed to Mayor Richard H. Hfekman a check lor $260,WO, tar which town bonds were exchanged. An additional 930,000 will be forthcoming from the school board, and the remainder of the necessary $492,918 will be raised by grants. Mrs. Beatrice McClain has served as liaison between town officials and tee FHA water and sewer program throughout the negotiations. Present at the ceremonies were: Thomas H. Kane, recorder - secretary; Councilman Maurice Hatcher, Reoice Brown, Earl Grove, Arthur Krelger, and George Martin, town attorney; Deward Martin of Martin-Clifford Associates, Engineers; Jack Spain, bond counsel; and officials of the health department. FEATURED SPEAKER--The Honorable Theodore R. McKeldin, former Governor of Maryland, addressed the 1970 Graduating Class of the Maryland State School for the Deaf. Using sign language. Davvi M. Denton, school super- intendent, interpreted for the graduates. McKeldin urged the graduates to work hard, obey the law and believe in God and the Scriptures. (Photo by Cedric Smith) Baccalaureate Held Af TJ. Words of inspiration, words to the wise, and words to the not so wise were sounded amidst baccalaureate eloquence Sunday night at the graduation sermon of the Class of 1970 of Governor Thomas Johnson High School. The full complement of 329 graduating seniors and an auditorium full of parents, grandparents, friends and well-wishers received thought' - provoking messages the invocation and benediction by the Rev, Carroll L. Beyer, pastor of the Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, and the graduation sermon by the Rev. Fr. William E, Becker, associate pastor of St. John's Church. Rev. Boyer, whose daughter is a member of the graduating class, asked that the graduates would have discovered FAITH-the faith, the happiness and the satisfaction that young people receive in working, studying) and being "turned on" growing together. And for those who were not "turned on," who gained nothing from their scholastic careers, he asked that they find the way to "turn on" and to accept the challenge facing their generation. Fr. Becker was introduced by Principal Karl S. Manwiller who read from a letter he received from the speaker in response to a request for biographical information. The letter read that in lieu of the usual background information let it suffice to say that: "I hope to be alive throughout the years of my life". . . and to give to mankind the most human of gifts. . .his most precious gift: a life given to the service of others. Fr. Becker administers to many of the Catholic students in the Class of '70 at TJ. He said only as it is on the books to be that In the one year he has been in Frederick that he has not been able to serve more of the students, to know them closer. He cautioned that material treasures on earth could not make them happy as men, and he admonished the Class of 1970 to "be on your guard against false leaders dressed as sheep but who are really wolves" pro* raising Utopia and tearing down the established government. A "heart transplant" Is needed, he said, to end prejudices and racism. . .and to correct the "inner bankruptcy" of religion, families and other institutions. Fr. Becker, a young, energetic priest affectionately known in his new community as "Father BUI," said that the high school ring will be significant to the graduates only if they have been impressed with the experience of being accepted or rejected by one another.. .of "beingbranded by your efforts" and your time atTJ. He said the ring would by a symbol "that you have grown in self knowledge." If you have not, he admonished the seniors, "it will be a hoax, a lie." Graduation, he stressed, "is not a final step. . .it is a beginning. . .as you grow each minute, each moment." He challenged the graduates to help bring their community to new life. . .to be free. . .not only as it is on the books to be free, and dared them to "be brave enough to admit our own faults." He said there is a new law in the land: "The law of Love." And the program ended with the TJ Chorus, directed by Lena T. Mullican, with Jennifer Sullivan as pianist, Frank Schmersahl and Reed Wachter as guitarists, and the TJ Orchestra, directed by Calvin Wachter, in a hymn: "K's A New Day." The words follow: ANTIPHON: Well, it's a new day. Think new thoughts, for there's a new way. Change your hearts, there's a new law in the land. STANZAS: A man can kill with a knife of steel, with a gun, a bomb or a lance, But there's a New Law, there's a New Law, A Man can kill with a glance! (Antiphon) An eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth, That was the law of the land, But there's a New Law, there's a New Law: Love makes a greater demand. (Ant'i- phon) You shall love the Lord your God, and your neighbor as yourselves, But there's a New Law, there's a New Law: Love your enemy as well. (Antiphon) A sinful man lusts for power and fame, Women, wealth, and wine, But there's a New Law, there's a New Law: A man can lust in his mind. (Antiphon) VACATION CASH? \bu're good for more at Beneficial Why settle for less vacation cash than you really want? Come to Beneficial. We want to lend you the full amount you have in mind. Exclusive at Beneficial: You get Beneficial's Credit Card with 30-Day Free Loan Privilege. Good for emergency cash when on vacation away from home at over 1750 Beneficial offices -- and no charge for · the first 30 days. Beneficial... where the money is. 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