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Frederick News Post (Newspaper) - August 22, 2015, Frederick, MarylandSaturday August 22, 2015 Frederickse Spost. Com vol. 132 no. 310 4 sections � 2015 Randall family Lac 75 cents knots for papal exhibit depict daily hardships religion d5 Home buyers poised to return real estate d1 Good morning there Are far better things ahead than any we leave behind. C. Lewis business. B5 classifieds. C1 10 comics. D7 Community news. B7 dear Abby. D9 fire & police blotter. A6 local. A5, a6 lotteries. A2 obituaries. B7 opinion letters. B6 real estate. D1 4 religion & ethics. D5, d6 sports. B1 4 to Best bets. D9 weather b8 84�/ 56� by Matthew Craft and Bernard Condon a business writers new York growing concerns about a slowdown in China Shook markets around the world on Friday driving the u. Stock Market to its biggest drop in nearly four years. The e rout started in Asia and quickly spread to Europe battering major markets in Germany and France. In the u. S., the Selling started Early and never let up. Investors ditched beaten Down Oil companies As Well As Netflix Apple and other technology Darlings. Oil plunged below $ 40 for the first time since the financial crisis and government Bonds rallied As investors raced into hiding spots. Investors Are wondering if growth Isnit coming from the u. Or China where is it going to come from said Tim Courtney Cio of Exen Cial wealth advisors. This is about growth. By the time it was Over the Standard and poors 500 Index had lost 5.8 percent for the week its worst weekly slump since 2011. That leaves the main Benchmark for u. Investments 7.7 percent below its All time High within shooting Range of what traders Call a correction a 10 percent drop from a Peak. Markets began falling last week after China announced a Surprise devaluation of its currency the Yuan. Investors have interpreted Chin ass move As a sign that flagging growth in worlds second largest Economy could be worse than government reports suggest. On Friday they got More bad news a private Survey showed another drop in manufacturing on the Mainland. The e Standard & poors 500 stocks Tumble Over Chin ass decline associated press investors Monitor stocks Friday at a brokerage in Beijing. By Marissa Horn Horn news Post. Com Mike lorfing moved to a quiet wooded property close to Lake Marion in March to get away from the Bustle of Ellicott City. The e Frank Lloyd Wright esque Appeal of the communities surrounding the four lakes of Eagle head at Lake Ling Anore persuaded lorfing to buy the property in 1978, before he retired. Within two months of moving to Woodridge a Lake Ling Anore Village the water began to turn a chocolate milk color he said with the Onset of construction on a nearby slope. The e water always remained relatively Clear because of the vegetation because it held the soil Back lorfing said. As soon As the first summer rain came bang the water was filled with sediment. Across the Lake Aspen resident Marsha Hodge said she saw the builders removing Trees with bulldozers from More than 20 acres along Eagle head drive and hauling the Timber away on Large trucks to make room for around 100 of the 1,735 proposed houses to be built. We sold our Home in Rural Carroll county Maryland and moved into our Home in Aspen seven years ago Hodge wrote in an email. My husband and i were attracted to Lake Ling Anore by the natural setting the Trees walking trails the Lake and the nature. Now her Woodland Retreat is filled with backhoes and dump trucks and construction noise begins Early in the morning and lasts late into the evening. Many of her neighbors she said have the same disdain for the project. An online petition against the tree removal has gained nearly muddied Waters worry residents Lake Ling Anore news Post photo by Maggie Mcgill some residents Are concerned that nearby construction off Eagle head drive will increase sediment and construction waste in Lake Marion. By Jeremy Bauer Wolf a Baerwolf news Post. Com t he scene looked like one that might appear in a College promotional Magazine mount St. Maryus University freshmen parents in Tow smiling As they walked across the Breezy Campus that will serve As a second Home for the next four or so years. On Friday just Over 500 new freshmen arrived on the mount Campus for move in Day unloading the contents of their lives into the residence Halls in preparation for the new academic year which starts monday. The e freshmen had a Day or so before the remainder of the 1,378 students who live on on the move second largest class of mount St. Maryus freshmen arrives on Campus by Madelyne Xiao special to the news Post if youve Ever taken aspirin for a headache theress a Good Chance that youve sampled the fruits of Mother natures own Medicine Cabinet. Most aspirin today is mass produced from chemical components but the pain reliever and cancer and heart attack preventive has its origins in a variety of plants Willow Jasmine and Clover among others. Aspirin is hardly alone in its natural origins. Taxon a chemotherapy drug is derived from the bark of the Pacific c Yew. Quinine a powerful defense against malaria comes from the Cinchona tree. The e natural products repository at the National cancer Institute Home to Over 250,000 Plant and animal specimens is natures resounding answer to the institutes search for drugs against cancer and infectious diseases. Barry okeefe 53, a Frederick resident is Deputy chief of the molecular targets Laboratory and chief of the natural products Branch at the Sci. In his role As the latter he interfaces with collectors in Over 70 countries including Australia India new National cancer Institute looks to nature to cure disease the inside science editors note this Story is one in a series about the research conducted at the National cancer Institute. See disease a7 see stocks a7 see muddied a7 staff photo by Sam you Molly Siaurusaitis right of Clarksville gets some help from Roommate Maria Hitchcock left of Damascus and Friend Dan Hoff of Plymouth mass., As she moves into her room Friday afternoon at mount St. Maryus University. See freshmen a7 2015

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