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August 12, 1993

Elkridge National posts higher earnings

Elkridge National Bank Financial Corp. has announced a net income of $412,000, or $1.57 a share, for the second quarter of 1993.

The earnings are higher than reported for the corresponding quarter of 1992, which was $251,000 or 97 cents a share.

Veribac, a bank rating service, recognized Elkridge National Bank as a blue-ribbon bank for the first quarter of 1993.

ATSC is awarded $632,000 Navy job

AlliedSignal Technical Services Corp. (ATSC) of Columbia was awarded a $632,000 contract with options from the Navy's Naval Electronic Systems Engineering Activity for support of the Fleet Area Control and Surveillance Facility at St. Inigoes.

ATSC will provide maintenance, repair and logistics for all equipment at the facility.

With all options exercised the contract has a $10.3 million value to ATSC.

Chamber of Commerce plans golf contest

The Route 29 Chamber of Commerce will hold its Golf and Tennis Classic on Sept. 10 at the Patuxent Greens Country Club with an 8 a.m. registration and a 9 a.m. shotgun start.

The event will feature a putting and chipping contest, round-robin tennis, an awards presentation and lunch after the conclusion of play.

Proceeds from the event will benefit youth and recreation organizations.

The deadline to register is Aug. 30. The cost is $85 for golf events and $35 for tennis.

Information: (301) 421-4529.


Schulte heads Economic Forum

The Howard County Economic Forum has announced the election of its new officers for the 1993-94 year: James R. Schulte, president; Cole Schnorf, vice president; Peggy Gallagher, secretary; and B. Jennie Anderson, treasurer.

The organization also revised its bylaws by creating a new category of membership specifically directed to individuals.

In the past, only nonprofit organizations and businesses could join.

King named director of development center

Joseph R. King of Ellicott City has been named director of the Baltimore County Career Development Center, a job-retraining program sponsored by Essex and Dundalk community colleges and the Baltimore County Office of Employment and Training.

Mr. King was formerly group manager for General Physics Corp. in Columbia.

American Properties promotes Mancuso

Tricia Mancuso of Columbia has been promoted to administrative director of the New Homes Division of American Properties.

She will be responsible for support of the marketing activities.

Ms. Mancuso was assistant office manager and advertising coordinator for American Properties.

Clyde's of Columbia gets executive chef

Kenneth Fitzgerald Clay has been appointed executive chef of Clyde's of Columbia by the Clyde's Restaurant Group of Washington.

Before joining Clyde's, he was a chef at the Old Ebbitt Grill in Washington.

Dr. Kirshenbaum joins Specialty Group

Dr. Arnold S. Kirshenbaum has joined the Ear, Nose and Throat Specialty Group of Columbia, Laurel and Glen Burnie to handle allergies dealing with body systems outside the head and neck region as well as immunology problems, asthma and pediatric allergies.

Dr. Kirshenbaum is an assistant professor in the Pediatrics Department at Johns Hopkins Hospital.

He is also a part-time allergist and clinical immunologist at Wyman Park Hospital in Baltimore.

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