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Loss of Unspoiled W

A report showing a rapid drop in Maryland's unspoiled wetland acreage brought expressions of alarm and dismay yesterday from the State's Board of Natural Resources.

Roy E. Walsh, chairman of the Board, said he was "shocked over the percentages of wetlands lost."

Prince George's County, the study said, lost the greatest wetland acreage since an inventory in 1955, followed by Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Cecil and Queen Anne counties.

Teacher Honored

Elaine M. Kilbourne, a chemistry teacher at Anacostia High School, was named last night as one of the six national winners of the American Chemical Society's James Bryant Conant Award in High School Chemistry Teaching.

Established last year and named for a former chemistry professor and president of Harvard, the award is designed to "recognize, encourage and stimulate outstanding teachers of high school chemistry in the United States."

It carries a stipend of $1000.

Mrs. Kilbourne has taught at Anacostia since 1948. She is a member of the American Association for the Advancement of Science and the Washington Philosophical Society.

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Louis R. Kelly of Vienna, has been appointed administrator of Jefferson Memorial Hospital in Alexandria. Kelly retired from the

Teacher Honored
Elaine M. Kilbourne, a chemistry teacher at Anacostia High School, was named last night as one of six national winners of the American Chemical Society's James Bryant Conant Award in High School Chemistry Teaching.

Established last year and named for a former chemistry professor and president of Harvard, the award is designed to "recognize, encourage and stimulate outstanding teachers of high school chemistry in the United States."

It carries a stipend of $1000.

Mrs. Kilbourne has taught at Anacostia since 1948. She is a member of the American Association for the Advancement of Science and the Washington Philosophical Society.


Teacher Honored
Elaine M. Kilbourne, a chemistry teacher at Anacostia High School, was named last night as one of six national winners of the American Chemical Society's James Bryant Conant Award in High School Chemistry teaching.

Established last year and named for a former chemistry professor and president of Harvard, the award is designed to "recognize, encourage and stimulate outstanding teachers of high school chemistry in the United States." It carries a stipend of $1000.

Mrs. Kilbourne has taught at Anacostia since 1948.


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AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY
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|DESCRIPTION|VENDOR INV. NO.|FUND|ACCOUNT NUMBER|AMOUNT|
|---|---|---|---|---|
|CONANT AWARD TRAVEL EXP|   |   |01-104-|287 61|

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KILBOURNE
Mrs. Kilbourne



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