The News from Frederick, Maryland on June 10, 1970 · Page 40
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The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 40

Frederick, Maryland
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Wednesday, June 10, 1970
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THE NEWS, Frederick, Maryland It, Iflt EveredyClub Adds Two Members TbeEvendyCompMorQuftrter Century dub held its annual dinner meeting Friday, June 5, at Mealcy's Restaurant at New Market. To«*tffia*ter Cor the evening wt«Sun G. Grille, president of; the Everedy Convoy, a «B- vision of Standard International Corp. Special guests for the meeting were Daniel E. Regan Jr., president of Standard International Corp, Charles J. McCarthy, member Board of Directors, Standard International Corp.; John Keating, consultant for Standard; and Arthur E. Read Jr., former president of the Everedy Division. Officers of the Quarter Century were elected for the 1970-1971 year. They are Henry N.Lochner, president; Leo R, CoUiflower, vice president; Johnnie F. Trout, secretary and Eugene B. Virte, treasurer. Highlight of the evening meeting was the induction of two new members to the Quarter Century Club, Eugene B. Virts, Wyngate Drive, and John R. Levering, Meadow Road, who received watches in appreciation of 25 years of service to the Everedy Company. Length of service awards were also presented to William D. Sagle, Paul Lantz, Calvin P. Boone, Amabelle Morgan and Richard Mauck for 20 years of service, to Doris Da- mum and Paul Spurlock for 15 years of service, to Lee Wiles, Patricia Brown, and Paul Shoe- maker for 10 years of service. Five year awards were presented to MaryEsworthy, Clara Irene Smitn, Jewell Mumaw, Harold Keeney, Vernon Olson, Ezra Cramer, Roland Michael, Robert Disney and James Baker. RECEIVE AWARDS-John R. Levering, left, and Eugene B. Virts were honored for 25 years of service at the annual Everedy Quarter Century Club dinner meeting on June 5. Tuition Policy Announced By lib ward Community College The Board of Trustees of Howard Community Collage has established policy governing tuition subsidy which will be paid to Howard County residents who enroll at community colleges in Maryland oner than Howard Community College during the academic year beginning July 1, 1970 and ending June 30, 1971. According to this policy, tuition subsidy will be paid as follows: Full-Time Students: L A subsidy will be paid to all sophomores, mat is, those students who have completed at least 30 semester hours of credit prior to registration in the 1970-71 academic year. 2. A subsidy will be paid to all students who enroll in curricula not available at Howard Community College. However, the College reserves the right to deny a tuition subsidy if the courses are available at Howard Community College. For example, a student who wishes to enroll in a nursing curriculum at another community college may take courses in the sciences, social sciences, and humanities which are available at Howard Community Col- lege; therefore, no tuition subsidy will be paid, even though the curriculum is not available. Part-Time Students: Attrition subsidy will be paid to all students who are enrolled in curricula not available at Howard Community College. However, as in the case of students enrolled on a full-time basis, the College reserves the right to deny tuition subsidy if the courses are available at Howard Community College. For example, a student who u enrolled in chemicaltech- nology may wish to take a course in chemistry. Since this course will be available atHowardCom- munity College, no tuition subsidy will be given. In the fall, Howard Community College will have the curri«ila listed below. As a consequence, no tuition subsidy will be provided to any student win fewer than 30 semester hours of accumulated credit at any other Maryland community college: Arts and Sciences, Business Administration, General Studies, Teacher Education, Accounting, Business Data Processing, Electronic Technology, Executive Secretarial Science, Clerical- Stenographic (one-year certificate programX Tuition support will be paid to any student who staisfiesthe above requirements and who is enrolled in a degree or certificate program at aMaryland community collage. Students from Howard County who wish to attend institutions of higher leaning in otter states are not eligible for subsidy* According to Dr. Alfred J. Smith Jr., President of Howard Community College, 'ft is expected that during the first year of the College there will be adjustments that must be made by students who are presently attending oner community colleges in Maryland. The Board of Trustees wishes to be equitable in their.treatment of Howard County students. However, it is not their wish to ask county taxpayers to bear unnecessary support for students at other community colleges when learning programs are available at Howard Community College*, The Board will. review the policy at the end of the first year of operation of the College in order to determine what should be done in the subsequent year.** AID FOR AIDES - Each afternoon during a recent week the aides at the Elm Street School met in the industrial arts room with the instructor. Bob Hartman, to learn the principles of handling the basic tools including the hammer, saw, square, etc., as well as the jig saw, band saw ac3 drill press. After an orientation class a model coffee grinder planter was planned, cut out, assembled, sanded, painted and fine, finished, giving each aide a chance to use each of the above mentioned tools. From this experience the aides will be better prepared to work win small groups of children in the shop under the direction of their classroom teacher. Classroom teachers will have the same opportunity to work with Mr. Hartman during the next week. Pictured above in the Industrial workshop are from left to right, Helen Solt, Jacqueline Millberry, Lucille Bowie, Verlia Carter, Robert Hartman the instructor, Nancy Royal and Judy Allen. ..Just Say CHARGE IT"! DISCOUNT DEPARTMENT STORES ii PRICED RIGHT tor WHILE Q U A N T I T I E S L A S T ' CHRYSLER AIRTEHP 6,000 BTU AIR CONDITIONER KELVINATOR 14 CU. FT. 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