A Golden Anniversary

Wil. J. and Rita A. Dooley, of McLean, will be married 50 years on Saturday. Their seven living children and 14 grandchildren will help celebrate the anniversary, which will include a renewal of their vows at Marymount University Chapel in Arlington. Wil. Dooley is a retired public affairs specialist with the U.S. Geological Survey, and Rita Dooley is a retired budget analyst with the Navy Department. Dell Achievement Awards Presented

Lawrence Black and Dawn Bushnaq were recently presented the 1990 Donald L. Dell Achievement Award, and each will receive a $1,500 scholarship from the KidSport Foundation. Black, a graduate of West Potomac High School, and Bushnaq, a graduate of Yorktown High School, were selected from a group of Washington area graduating seniors nominated by their guidance counselors. They were judged on academic and athletic accomplishments. Black will attend James Madison University, and Bushnaq will go to Yale University. Arlington Photographer Honored

Melvin M. Lawson, of Arlington, a retired Army colonel, has been named a fellow of the Photographic Society of America. The honor goes to highly skilled photographers who have shown exceptional leadership in volunteer services. Educational Facilities Chief Named

Lt. Col. Larry Gilbertson, of Fairfax, has been named director of educational facilities for the Alexandria public schools. For three years, Gilbertson has been deputy post commander of Cameron Station, where he has led the Adopt-a-School partnership with Patrick Henry Elementary. 2 Langley Grads Win Scholarships

Steven Everett Lefton and Maureen Lynch, 1990 graduates of Langley High School, were each presented a $1,000 scholarship by the Great Falls Women's Club. Lefton will attend Cornell University; Lynch will go to Mary Washington College. Scholar Wins Third Fulbright Grant

Paul K. Chang, of McLean, a professor emeritus at The Catholic University of America, has been awarded his third Fulbright Scholar Grant. The grant will enable Chang, a mechanical engineer, to lecture at Moscow State University in the Soviet Union this fall.

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