The News from Frederick, Maryland on June 8, 1970 · Page 12
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June 8, 1970

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 12

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·* %. ·*. P»g*A-12 THE NEWS, Frederick, Marybad IBM ·. VN RETIRES-Maj. Richard Spertaal, left, Is shown presenting a Certificate of Service to Edgar D. Flook, right, well-known resident of RFO 5, Frederick, upon his retirement sfter 16 years of service with the Federal government at Fort Detrick. Mr. Flook was employed as aplummer and laboratory worker during his time atDetriek. He is married to the former Ruth Gladhill of Harmony. PE Co. Magazine Wins Freedoms Foundation Award For the second time in three years, Potomac Edison's Valleys of History "published by the Potomac Edison Co., under the editorship of Donald Whipp, has been awarded an Honor Medal from the Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge, Fa. The Foundation is designed "to create and build an under* standing of the spirit of philosophy of toe Constitution and the BUI of Rights-and to inspire love and freedom-" Issues printed in 1969 and submitted to the foundation for judging were called "an outstanding accomplishmentinbelp- ing to achieve a better understanding of the American Way of Life." Geoge Washington Honor Medals were presented to Executive Vice President and General Manager J.M. McCardell in Baltimore this month. In 1967 the foundation judged "Valleys of History" the top corporate or nonprofit publication in the country. Valleys of History is currently being mailed to about 16,000 addresses in the United Slates, Canada, and Europe. Many of the issues carry supplements inviting industry or tourists to come to our service area. Ad- 'ditional copies are mailed to schools, hospitals, museums historical groups and libraries. The quarterly magazine was first published in the spring of 1965. Academy Appointees Announced The names of the nine Sixth Congressional District graduating high school seniors selected for appointment to the U.S. Service Academies were released Thursday by Representative J. Clem Beall, Jr. (R-6tb-Md.). The nine young men, who were first interviewed and recommended as candidates by a committee of Sixth District community leaders and then nominated for appointment by Congressman Beall, competed successfully with many other highly qualified applicants. They were accepted for admission by the Service Academies on the basis of outstanding academic aptitude, physical qualifications, demonstrated motivation, and character. The new appointees will report to their respective academies this summer for training prior to enrollment in fall classes. These appointees and the Academies are: UJS. Air Force Academy. Colorado Springs, Colo.; Bradley Stuart Fulk, Hagerstown; Jeffrey Lynn Jacobs, Randallstown. US. Military Academy, West Point; Dennis Wayne Green, Sykesville; John Richardson Hamilton, m, Hagerstown; Ralph Dennis Holweck, Mount FCC Dean's List Dr. Carl H. Mitlehner, Dean for Instructional Services at Frederick Community College, published the Dean's List of those students who obtained a minimum grade point average of "B" for the Spring 1970 Semester. Included in the list were four students who obtained perfect grades in all their subjects. Seventy-nine students at Frederick Community College attained the Dean's List for the second semester. The first four students on the list received all A's and the other students are listed alphabetically in descending order according to their quality point average. Only full time students are included in the list and they must maintain a minimum Quality point average of 3.0 on a four-point scale. The list includes: Charles R. Eby, 18 Water St., Thurmont, Kathy A. Gladhill, RFD 2, Keymar, Dixie J. Miller, Bottomley Rd., Thurmont, Renate C.Moore, 304 Loganberry Crt. Also, Richard A. Jones, Mark W. Sweadner, James E. Sanders, Henry C. Wallace, Jacquelyn A. Houck, Alison S. Ward, Donna L. Main, Robert H. Roelke, Richard C. Bowers, Rum Ellen Conrad, Rhoda L. Neal, Randal M. Draper, Linda L. Wiles, Susan H. Flowers', Thomas C. Hawthorne, Edward W. Reynolds, David I^Rippeon, Barbara J. Peon, Joyce A. Rose, Marilyn J. Baker, Raymond G. Brown, Buy M. Burdette, Gary E. Wilhide, Marietta S. Thompson, C. Robert Michael, Rollie T. Atkinson, Timothy L. Cannon, Ellen R. Harper, Patricia M. Morrlssey, Jeanette T. Poffenbarger. John W. Davis, Choon Hwa Lau, Edward F. Orndorff, Kirby I. Stuff, Ronnie Bowman, Dorothy G. Brown, Edward J. Leaner- man, Ruth E. Stiller, Roy L. Truitt, Jr., Roy E. Stambaugh, Robert P. Funk, L. Vincent McMurry, Richard A. Owings,Sarah J. Hoffman, Mary C. Marshall, Carol A. McKimmy. Steven P. Shafer, Charles G. Brewbaker, James E. Burke, Richard E. Murray, Karen S. Moss, Richard M. Boyd, Bruce H. Strine, Richard D. Long, LymanM.Myers, Larry W. Shuffler, Craig W. Athey, Martin M. Blessing, Gail L. Bradshaw, Donald G. Englar, Rebbecca L. Ferguson, Deborah L. Geasey, Suzanne Gould, William M. Horine, Curtis W. Kuhn, Marilyn K. Martin, Ronald N. Miller, Dennis R. Roney, Lynn A. Shadel, Pamela Q. Smith, Mark H. Taylor, Christine E. Wiles, Janis C. Zittle. DOG SAVES KLERKSBOKP, South Africa (AP)-An African bousebreak suspect lived to bless the police dog that chased him. He jumped into a brook to escape the dog's sharp fangs, but got into trouble when he waded in deeper. He went under twice and came up again to find the dog at his side. "He took my arm in his teeth and kept me above the surface until the policeman arrived to help me out," the man said. Airy; Douglas Williams Markel McHenry. UJS. Naval Academy, Annapolis; Patrick Lee Akterson, Cumberland; Michael Lawson Schlotterbeck, Mount Airy, Michael Jay Wahl, Frederick. 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