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    News {Newspaper} - 1969-12-19,Frederick, Maryland                                 Page A-2  THE NEWS, Frederick, Maryland FrMv. December 1»,    _  Arabs Begin War Summit  RABAT, Morocco (APJ -Arab leaders headed for ^4l)^o<^ CO todiy for their first summit meetit« in two years. Their goal was a new unified war strategy against Israel.  The mertiiig, called by President Gamal    Nasser of E^pt, is intended to lead the Arabs out oC Bie present in> passe in which they seem neV ther able to go forward and conquer Israel nor vfilling to re  treat into a peace agreement which they see as a surrender.  The first session will be held Saturday.  The summit conference is ttie first since the Khartoum meet-ii^ of August 1967, two months after the disastrous Arab d& feat. There the leaders agreed th^ would accept a political settlement Yrith their adversarj' only on the basis of three noes-no recognition of Israel, no ne-  gotiations with Israel, and no peace with Israel.  Thèse still stand, and the so-called cease-fire lines roar daily with gunfire. The United N» tions and the Big Four powers have been unable to find a peace formula.  Militarily, the Arabs and ticularly Eferpt, are believed to be up to their prewar strength and to have improved their quality as modern fighters.  ZENITH COLOR T. V.  Featurinip Zenith Chromacolor  Radips - Stereo$ - Record Players  Radio and T.V. Service Dept.  Melvin M. Engle, Inc.  N. CarroU St.  ST. NICK, OR ST. BERNARD? - Wilh thw sixteen puppies filling the stockings hanging from mantel, Buster Von Blankenbach (right) the father, and Smoker Von Roker, the mother, rest by fireside at the home of Dunwoocly Zook,  Pheasant Hill Farm, Nantmeal Village, near Pottstown, Pa. Zook says the dogs are nicknamed “Cognac” and »“Brandy,” and the pimples are called 'little snifters.” (AP Wire-photo)    ___  Frederick High School Announces Honor Roll  The end of the first term found 115 Frederick High School students* names on the Honor Roll with 16 receiving at least 5 A's. And girls showed a de-  Weddle, Deborah S. Zeiler {all  10-11, Timothy V. Brown; 10-12, Emerson Dorsey, Helen C. Bowers, Cynthia L. Cowan  finite majority over boys in num-1 (5 A's); 10-13,    ^  ber. Juniors and seniors had 40 names each with the sophomores following with 35 students.  The roster consists of: 12-51, Robert W. Anderson (5 A’s), Charles E. Bruchey, Michael A. Fisher, lantha L. Ambush, Peggy A, Bannon, Katherine L Barger, Cinda S, Berry, Maiy Jane Boyd; 12-52, Anita L. Brosius, Dianne S, Cantor; 12-53, Charles T. Davis, Ronald B, Dove, Sandra L. Davis, Jane Dean, Vicki Effland, Rose M. Etzler; 12-54, James G. Irvine, P. Faye Grass,  sey. John E. Effland, Kenneth S. Fink (5 A’s); 10-14, WiUiam D. Hammond, Marc A, Hudson, W, Douglas Jefferies, Robin S. Groelle, Kathy J, Hane^ Christina S. Hauk (6 A’s), C, Chastain Hobba; 10-15, DarreU W, Kolb (5 A's), John S. Maples, Donna Krotman (5 A’s), SonjaD, Lyles, Deborah Madden {6 A’s), Shaima H. Main (5 A’s); 10-16, Darby L. Pannier, Joni L. Rager; 10-17, Roma E. Study, Linda M. Stauffer, Ella N. Shaw (5 A’s), A. Michele Schelling (6 A’s),  Sue E. Harp, Donna L,Hend- Vicki L. erson- 12-55, John K. Mackley, iSilbemagel(5 A’s),M.Neil^se, Donald P. Madden, Steve T. Nee,' Roger Proctor, Robert T. Por-Lavinia C. Leeks, Thomascina ter; 10-18, Sheila X Tressler McDonough, Sharon A. Musial;;(5 A’s), Brenda J. Wile^ Rose-12-56, Terry L. Palm, Robert mary Windsor, Billie Wilhs.  L Proctor, Jerry W. Randolph, —^  Beverly J. Parker; 12-57, Ralph Qaltimore CltV W. Shober, William J. Six, Ro- __ ^  Hospitals Hike Pay  bert J. Stoltz, Gary L. Stup, Sylvia L. Sears, Marial D. Shaffer;  12-58, Michael J. Wahl, Maryi BALTIMORE (AP) - Four E. Watkins, Paula D. White, Ar-; Baltimore city hospitals have  Sewers  (Continued From Page One)  feet above sea level in the Mo-nocacy Valley to an altitude of nearly 2,000 feet in the mountains. Slope variations range from 0 per cent in the Mono-eacy Valley to greater than 25 per cent in the northwest mountains, Recommendations include reservation of land suitable for industrial and commercial development, limitations of development on steep slopes, and encouragement of residential development on gently sloping areas to encourage diversity and uniqueness ctf design. _ Over half of the county is covered by cultivated and pastured lands, with extensive hardwood forests of oak and hickory. The pliinning commissionrecom-mends the adoption of measures to prohibit soil areas from lyirg barren and without vietative cover and the preservation of the existing forests with programs for reforestation of barren areas.  The report, with a map of areas unsuitable for development and supporting references, will be sold for $2.  West Germany averages 6001 persons per sq, mile.  lene D, Wilson.  11-32, Charles R. Cornish, J. Lyle Dronenbui^, Karen L. Bell, Marsha A. Cantor(all A’s), Linda S. Carter, Sharon S, Hartley; 11-3^ Dennis C. Fink, Judy D.  ^ m A    • S OJ.U J. LI kJl £3    kiicsxx    ■ivw.v*  Cleveland, Doris L. Danner, Kay would closely follow the pattern  ■s A    A TViT    ■__J. 1________.. —.  announced wage increases for its non • professional workers while one hospital announced a $9 hike in room costs.  Officials aL Union Memorial said Thursday their pay scale  He Wants  A. DeGrange, Ruth A. IMLoreto (5 A’s), Ruth Doody (5 A’s), Teresa J. Fellers, JoAnn Fort; 11-34, Dorothy E. Grove; 11-35, Richard L. Main, Allen K. O'Hara, Lois L. Koontz, Carol D. Main, Amy J. Matthews;  11-36, Stephen M. Quin, Francis P. Rothenhoefer, Ames R, Smith, Douglas D. Smifii, Carol P. 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