The News from Frederick, Maryland on June 10, 1970 · Page 37
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The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 37

Frederick, Maryland
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Wednesday, June 10, 1970
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THE NEWS, Frederick, Maryland it, iff* PaffC-lf HAPPINESS IS A BEER KEG - As in humaa relationships, it helps if polar bears of different sex have something in common. Top, Snowball, an American female polar bear, lolls in pool at New York's Central Park Zoo Monday with empty beer keg. Bottom, Scandy, male Swedish polar bear, takes his tiuai relaxing. Zoo off-, icials hope Scandy and Snowball, who met for first time Monday, will breed cubs in captivity. They're off to a good start, (AP Wirephoto) CONTEST WINNERS-This is the final group of winners in the West Frederick Junior High School English Fair. The categories involved are short stories, composition and poetry. From left to right, front row, Pat Crone, Nancy Shankle, Donna Cooper, Linda Cooper, Kathy Wisner, Joan Killion, Janet Bryan, Susan Myers, Sara George; second row, Cheryl Routzahn, Theresa Michele, Terry Mott, Ricky Routzahn, Deana Johnson, Bernard Wolford, Debbie Simpson, Dwight Leeks, Brenda Ambush, Jeffrey Main, Debbie Ambush, Teresa Cannon, Wendy Furie. Not present when the picture was taken were Robin Moser and Don Davis. The final selection of winners made by a group of Hood College students headed by Miss Karin Ninesling. Wooo DEPARTMENT STORES Shop 10 a.m. to 9:30 p.m Craftsman ftORENAMEl Dries in 20 minutes, water clean up. 800 colors. Comp. 4.25 Craftsman Florenamel Reg. 5.97 4 .57 gal. Guaranteed washable. 2978 colors available. Easy to apply. Dries in 20 minutes. 5.97 Dries in 30 minutes. Covers most colors with one coat. Non chalking, water cleanup. Comp. 8.98 644 Comp. 8.25 STEPLADDER lAftft 6 Ft. Aluminum .......... I V«UU CAULKING COMPOUND R*9 38c .............. Tf Royal 13-Oz. Spray Enamel 2 A for R«g. 97c Wovtco Frederick Shopping Center I Local Youth Selected For Short Course motor vehicle laws and safe driv- A local youth has been chosen; (ue - detector), military drill, to represent' Maryland at a ' . * . . · Trooper Youth Week conducted by the New Jersey State Police June 21 throi«h 27. Michael R. Snyder, a junior at Frederick High School, was selected to attend the ninth Trooper Youth Week at the New Jersey Police Academy in Sea Girt The course in basic police training is open to sons of members of State Police Departments. Michael is the son of 1-Sgt. Robert C. Snyder who is stationed .at the Frederick Barracks B of the Maryland State Police. New Jersey State Police invited Maryland to send sons of members of Maryland State Police Department to attend the course and Michael was chosen. The course is designed to acquaint the youth with the academic and physical training of a New Jersey State Trooper. The week long program in- eludes courses on the polygraph : Michael R. Snyder ing, radar instruction, narcotics lecture, first aid, human relations, fingerprinting, self defense, plaster castiiig, firearms safety, NCIC Instruction (a computer index of criminal records) and physical conditioning. On the last day of the program, the students will tour the State Police Academy at West Trenton, N.J., the division headquarters and State Bureau of Identification where an underwater recovery lecture and demonstration given. CASALS TO OPEN FESTIVAL STANHOPE, N.M. (AP)-Pablo Casals, 93, will conduct a chamber orchestra to open the third season of the Waterloo Village Music Festival held on June 27. Alexander Schneider also will conduct. Piano soloist will be Mieczyslaw Horszowski, longtime friend of Casals, who will play Beethoven's "Conc.rto No. 4." Federal Tax Raise *., Barred By Kennedy WASHINGTON CAP) - -jf Nixon Cabinet member says despite continuing price rise* thrift increased taxes are out thJ» year, and another says wag** price controls wont stop the ££· flation, ; v, The administration won't aft for any more new taxes thit year and couldn't get them from an election-minded Congress. Jf it did, Secretary of the TreasuJy David M. Kennedy said Tue£ day. ;· WINNING COMPOSITION- David Wesley Mainhart, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mainhart, New Market, will be awarded a prize for his winning composition that was selected at the English Fair held recently at the West Frederick Junior: High School. The judging wait- done by the English Department: of Hood College and the award- presentation will take place at', a school assembly later this, month. David is an eighth grati s er at the school. * WICKES :| * DO-I AND YOURSE VINYLFACE a TOUGH ENUF TO WALK ON! PANELING VINYLFACE® WALNUT W a l n u t g r a i n color. 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Features a removable air filter, three- way air distribution, moisture removal and a trim, compact cabinet. 6000 BTU UNIT 8000 BTU UNIT $157.46 AEC6LP $179.96 AEC8MP AEC5LP 145000/15000 BTU UNIT $206.96 A1638R REG. $149.95 SAVE $14.99 187000/19000 BTU UNIT $292.46 A193JP DON'T WAIT! THESE PRICES ARE GOOD THROUGH JUNE 17th ONLY! I *v Frederick WICKES PHONE 6624107 Our Home Improvement Department Complete Installation and Estimation \ iNEWSPA'FERr iNEWSPA'FERr

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