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Middlesboro Daily News (Newspaper) - May 2, 1975, Middlesboro, Kentucky 10 HM MWdlwboro Dally Newt' Lynn Frontone Has Paper Published Friday, May 2, WS ISS m. Lynn daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael T. Frontone, Sr., of Commerce Gift Book Street, Wellsville, Ohio, recently presented a chemistry research paper to the Ten- nessee Academy of Science Regional Conference held at Bryon College In Dayton, Tennessee. The title of the paper was "A Polarographic Study of Coordination Com- pounds." Research consisted of studying the formation of the compounds formed from combining a metal with an amide. A polarograph was in the study, and the results were put on graphs to be studied using various mathmatical equations. At the Conference, Lynn's paper placed second in the chemistry division. A short outline of the paper will be printed in the Tennessee Journal of Chemical Education. Lynn is a senior at Lincoln Memorial University in Harrogate, Tennessee. Lincoln Memorial University is an independent, four-year, coeducational, nonsectarian, opportunity college located in th? foothills of the Cumberland Gap National Park in Harrogate, Tennessee just a few miles from Middlesboro, Kentucky. Honor. CARNIVAL Roll by Dick Turner WORLD lj-120. Mnto a Gift is delightful book to have on liantl or give as a gift! It contains direc- tions for making many itoms such as the Man's Happy .Coat (shown) or chicken pot- holilevs, log-cabin pilfo'.v- top, patchwork haltor ami an heirloom quilt! Price... plus 25? for postage and handling. To order, send Includes postage and handling. Aon Cabqt (MkMlesboro, Ky. Daily News) 1150 Ave. of Americas New York, N'.Y. Prill Nipt, Illntl wlft IIP CODE. Coupon for FREE Pat- tern is in the 1976 Needle- work 68-page ALBUM. Only SI -25 a copy. For the past few years the so- caMed "drive through where animals roam large com- pounds toured by visitors in vehicles, has set a new trend in American zoological parks. Most of the zoos are commer- cial ventures and thus par- ticularly sensitive to economic pressures. Despite gasoline shortages and inflation, however, the drive-through zoo trend seems to be continuing, The World Almanac notes. Johnny Paycheck at East Tenn. Music Hall Johnny Paycheck, foreground, with Don Ad.ms and the will be featured at the East Tennessee Music Hall in a special performance Saturday at 8 p.m. Paycheck, although he uses his own talent and creativity to capture the emotion of today's music, It molded. In the form of some of the Nashville greaU such as Hank Williams, Lefty Friizell and George Jones. The music hall is located oh Highway <3 four miles west of U.S. 2J-E. Tickets are M at the door or 13.50 advance. Volunteers Needed for MD Camp The Muscular Dystrophy Association will hold its summer camp for children and young adults in this area with muscular dystrophy June 15- at Camp Cherokee near Athens, Tennessee. The camp is staffed on a one to one patient-attendant basis and will include virtually all camp type activities including swimming, canoeing, hor- seback riding, arts and crafts, archery and rifiery. A large number of male high school and college age student volunteers are needed to serve as attendants. "The attendant actually will be father, mother, friend and counselor to one child for a said Mr. Wayne Foster, Knoxville Chapter President. Any young person willing to give a week to a child afflicted with M.D. should contact the MDA office at 1212 Pierce Parkway, Knoxville, Ten- nessee, phone 524-7344, from a.m. to p.m. Monday through Friday. Vaughn Wins Music Award Middlesboro High School band member Mike Vaughn, left, has been awarded the John Phillip Sousa band award presented to the outstanding senior band member at In- dividual high schools. Holding the school's plaque for the award Is MHS band director Richard Mlletic. Those students listed on the honor roll at the School .Center for the 5th six weeks were as follows. First Grade: Sherry Akers, Monica Caldwell, Doris Gambrel, Stephanie Cambrel, Tommy Hoskins, Kathy Lefevera, Tim Nantz, Meechilla Woolum, Tammy Bardoff, Eric Brock, Jack Defevers, Jr., and Susan Hoskins. Second Grade: Sandra Brock, Darcye Collett, Melissa Hoskins, Mary Lefevers, Michael Miracle, Vicky Mullins, Peggy Neat, Jennifer Sizemore, Laura Smith, and Roger Coleman. Third Grade: Charles Blevins, Candle Brock, Steven Brock, Scott Defevers, Lisa Helton, Ralph Helton, Joan Short, Terri Woolum, Chris Gambrel, Ricky Goodin and Johnna Deaton. Fourth Grade, Karen Bailey, Tim Blevins, Alben Brock, Dar-rell Brock, Eila Mae Caldwell, Angela Collett, Bruce Collett, Eddie Hampton, Rolanda Helton, Thelms Helton, Pamela Layne, Jackie Oslonian, Tony Howard and Karen Sizemore. Fifth Grade: Barbara Smith, Mary Jean Gambrel, Diahna Laws on, Carol Lefevers, Eddie Defevers and Billie Jean Gambrel. Sixth Grade: Darlene Brock, Phillip Brock, Rena Brock and Tommy Lefevers, Jerry Whitehead and Leah Short. Seventh Grade: Joyce Mary Lefevers, Clark Taylor and Lonnle Lefevers. Eighth Grade: Jackie Bennett, Martha Jones and Sharon Hoskins. MAG CLOSED LIMA (DPI) Government police closed the independent magazine Caretas and arrested its editor Thursday, the magazine's newsmen said. About 20 policemen surround- ed Caretas Editor Enrique Zileri at lunch in a restaurant two blocks from his office, and asked him to accompany them to police headquarters, the newsmen said. The action left Peru without any news publication critical of the leftist military government. "Dad, doesn't the team that's ahead win when the ball goes into somebody's living Hensley Chapel Baptist Church PRESENTS... The first Sat. Night Singing P.M. MAY 3rd FEATURING The Gospelaires of Athens, Tenn. The Heavenly Heirs of Harlan, Ky. 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