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Deaths MISS MYRTLE L. FREE Miss Myrtle L. Free, 54, dauthter of Byron E. and the late Elate J. Rhode* Free of RFD1, Thunnont, died at the Annie Warner Hospital Stodajr ·hortlyafter admittance. She was a memberof St John's Lutheran Church tn Creagerstown; the Faithful Workers Society, and the Ladies Bible So- cietjr of Creagtnrtown. Besides her father, survivors include two sisters, Mrs. Gordon Eyler of Thunnont and Mrs. Josephine GUIs of Thurmont; two brothers, Morris F. Free of Rocky Ridge. andC. Edward Free of .Thurmont; several nieces and nephews. Friends may call at the Creager Funeral Home in Thurmont after 2 p.m. today and at SU John's Lutheran Church hi Creagerstown from 2 p.m. Tuesday until time of the services there at 3 p.m. The Rev. Francis Rineberger will officiate, m- terment will be in the church cemetery. LOUIS MANCOn Louis Haiifini, husband of Julia Wojctecbowakl Mancini, died uddenly at his residence on Grove Hill Road, Friday moral lorn on November 2%, 1900 Italy, be was the son of the late Bar. and Mrs. John Mancini Mr. Mancini was a member af he st John's Catholic Church, te was a retired employee of Signers, toe. Surviving are Us i Julia WojciecnowsU three sons. John A. Mancini, MRS. ANNA LEINS Mrs. Anna Leins, 83, widow of Charles A. Leins, who resided at 7409 Allison Street, Hyattsville, died Thursday evening at the Frederick Memorial Hospital. She was born inNorth- field, Wisconsin and was the daughter of the late Olaf and Ann Olsen Larson. Surviving are two children; Charles 0. Leins, Wheaton and Mrs. Dorothy L. Koziski, Hyattsville; a brother, Albert Larson, Osseo, Wisconsin; a sister Mrs. Selma Carlson of Minneapolis, Minn. Two grandchildren, Mrs. Stephanie Krumrein and Charles Robert Leins also survive. Private funeral services will be held for the family. Interment will be in Fort Lincoln Cemetery. M. R. Etchison and Son, funeral directors. Henry E. Mancini, Adolph Mancini of Baltimore, twodaughters, Mrs. Margaret Russo.Mrs. Carmela Croon of Baltimore, one sister Mrs. Anna Grew of Baltimore, one step daughter, Mrs. Mildred DePettrls of Baltimore, 13 grandchildren and five great grandchildren. Friends may call at the Leonard Ruck Funeral Home, 5303 iarford Road in Baltimore on Smday 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m., Monday 2 to 5 and 7 to 9. A mass of Christian burial will be celebrated at St. Matthews Catholic Church, Woodburn and Lioch Raven Blvd. Tuesday morn- ng at 9 a.m. Interment will be n the Most Holy Redeemer cemetery. M. R. Etchison and Son are in charge of local arrangements. G. FRANKLIN BURDETTE G. Franklin Burdette, 57, husband of Dorothy P. Burdette, died Sunday morning at his home in Damascus. He was born in Damascus, a son of the late Franklin Elsworth and Henrietta Rebecca Ward Burdette. He was a member of the Damascus United Methodist Church and the Damascus Volunteer Fire Department. He was a well known saxa- phonist and played for many years with orchestras in the Frederick area. At present, he was associated with the Four Sharps and the Little German Band. Besides his wife, survivors include a son, J. Larry Burdette at home; a daughter, Mrs. Dinah E. Mullinix at home; and a brother, Maxwell Burdette of Damascus. Friends may call at the Olin L. Molesworth Funeral Home in Damascus today from 7-9 p.m. Services will be held at the funeral home Tuesday at 2 p.m Interment will be in the Damascus Cemetery. MRS. KATE LEDMAN Mrs. Katie Ledman of Parkville, formerly of the Laytonsville area, died Friday at St. Joseph Hospital in Towson. She was the wife of the^ late Benjamin Ledman. Survivors include four daughters, Mrs. Mary Reid, Mrs. Dorothy Fox, both of Manassas, Va., Mrs. Helen Combs of Baltimore, and Mrs. Rosie Bowman of Olney; four sons, Leroy Wells Sr. of Manassas, Va., John T Wells of Richmond, Va., Howard O. Wells of Alexandria, Va., and Raymond Wells of Manassas Va.; 41 grandchildren; 37 great- grandchildren. Funeral services will be held today at 11 a.m. at the Francis H. Barber Funeral Home in Laytonsville. Interment will be in Forest Oak Gaithersburg. Cemetery in HARVEY J. BRAKE Harvey J. Brake, 81, of Bowie Mill Road, Derwood, died Fri day at Brookegrove Foundation He was a retired machines!; in the Navy Gun Factory. Survivors include his wife Mrs. Grace T. Brake; three daughters, Mrs. Thelma D. Souder, Mrs. Minerva C. Beirhead and Mrs. May Earp all of 01 ney; a son, Harvey H. Brake of Damascus; two sisters, Miss Bess Brake and Mrs. Eleanoi Howard both of Rockville; i brother Joe Brake erf Florida eight grandchildren and sevei great-grandchildren. Friends may callattheFranci H. Barber Funeral Home i Laytonsville where services wil be held Tuesday at 11 a.m. Interment will beinParklawnCem- to the Shepherd of the Valley 4414 Muncaster Mill Roa in Rockville. MRS. MARGARET EJS. GROSS Mrs. Margaret Elizabeth Smith Gross, Baltimore, die Friday. Survivors include he husband, John J. Gross; a son, Emory Gross; four daughters Mrs. Catherine V. Bute, Mrs Margie M. Carter, Mrs. Char lotte L. Bond and Mrs. Esthe J. Campbell; a foster son, Home B. Campbell; five sisters, Mrs Nina Hammond and Mrs. Polly Sappington, both of Libertytown Mrs. Mary Tingling and Mrs Josephine Metcalf, both ofUnior Bridge, and Mrs. Anna Snyder of Baltimore; and 12 grandchildren. Friends may call the Henry Jenkins and Sons Funeral Home 4905 York Road in Baltimor today from 2-5 p.m. and 7-9 p.m Services will be held at the funeral home Tuesday at 10 a.m Interment will be in the Fair mont Cemetery In Libertytown SPAPFRI wtts, Mrs. Funerals HOWARD F. ROBERSON Funeral services for Howard Franklin Roberson, 44, of Frederick, who died Monday at Frederick Memorial Hospital were held Friday at 11 ajn. at the Feete Funeral Home in Brunswick. Services were eon- ducted by Father Thomas P. Staup. Pallbearers and military honors were provided the Steadman Keenam American Legion Post of Brunswick. Interment was in St. Cemetery at Point of Paul's Rocks. MRS. ESTHER E. DRONEBURG Mrs. Esther Eicholtz House Droneburg, widow of Harry Clayton Droneburg, died on Sunday following a lengthy illness. Born in Jimtown, near Thurmont, April 10, 1888, she was the daughter of the late Henry and Almeda Wolfe Eicholtz. Surviving are two sons, Frank H. House and Gilmore B. House of Frederick; a daughter Mrs. Charles W. Fout of Frederick; a brother, William Eicholtz of Walkersville; two sisters, Miss Clara Eicholtz of Frederick, Sirs. Melvin Bowers, Thurmont; three grandchildren, two great grandchildren and a number of nieces and nephews. Mrs. Droneburg attended Calvary United Methodist Church. Friends may call at the MJl. Etchison and Son Funeral Home, 106 East Church Street, Monday and Tuesday evenings from 7 to 9 p.m. Funeral services will be held at the funeral home Wednesday at 11 a.m. The Rev. Harry S. Myerly, assistant pastor of Calvary United Methodist Church will officiate. Interment will be in Mount Olivet Cemetery. M.R. Etchison and Son, funeral directors. LEROY EDWARD GRAMS Funeral services for Leroy Edward Grams, 64, Brunswick, who died on Wednesday at Frederick Memorial Hospital, were held Saturday at 11 a.m. at the Feete Funeral Home in Brunswick. The Rev. Ralph Miller conducted the services. Pallbearers were J.L. Sell, J.H. Wheeler, A3. Bingham, M.L. Lewis, F.E. Dolan and J. M. Baker. Interment was in Union Cemetery in Lovettsville, Va. GEORGE W. TROUT Funeral services for George W. Trout, husband of Flora Eisele Trout, who died at the Frederick Memorial Hospital Tuesday, were held at the M.R. Etchison and Son Funeral Home, 106 East Church Street, Friday at 11 a.m. The Rev. Thomas L. Brunkow, pastor of the Trinity United Methodist Church officiated. Pallbearers were J. Michael Trout, James J. Trout, R. Kenneth Grimes, James A. Grove, James F. Leather and C. Richard Butler. Interment was in Mount Olivet Cemetery. MJl. Etchison and Son, funeral directors. GOP SPEAKER-The Tuscarora Republican Club will have as their guest speaker Peter James, the only Republican who has declared himself a candidate for Governor of Maryland. Also being asked to attend are all Republicans who have declared themselves as candidates in this year's election. The Meeting will start at 7:30 p.nu Thursday, June 4 at the Yellow Springs Elementary School. Plans should be made now to attend this important meeting and become familiar with those candidates who will be representing You in this Falls' election. For additional information or transportation call Mrs. Clearence R. Reeder at 662-6556. Personals Mrs. Bertha Virginia Hartsock, of Woodsboro, who resides with her granddaughter, Mrs. Earl Powell, will celebrate her 86th birthday, June 2. Charles Offutt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Linwood Offutt and husband of Mrs. Staron Byrd Offutt, RFD 2, Frederick, was recently promoted to the rank of Corporal while serving with Bravo 1/7, 25 miles south of Da Nang, Vietnam. The Battlefield promotion cited his ability in leading his men into combat and getting them out safely. Col. Offutt has been in Vietnam since last August. Miss Christine Persichetti, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Karl Persichetd Ptoecliff, has been placed on the Dean's List at Wheeling College, Wheeling, W. Va., for the second straight year. Miss Persichetti is a 1968 graduate of St. John's High School. Rally CLARENCE A. COOPER SR. Clarence Alton Cooper Sr., 51, of RFD 3, Frederick, Willow Road, died Sunday at the Veterans Hospital Center in Martinsburg, W. Va., after a brief illness. He was the husband of Mrs. Ethel G. Brooks Cooper and the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cooper of Virginia. He was born in Berryville. Va,, but has resided in Frederick for a number of years. He was a staff sergeant in World War H. He was the operator of Barley's Restaurant on South Market Street in Frederick. He was a member of the Asbury United Methodist Church in Frederick and a member of the Amvets Post No. 5 of Frederick. Surviving besides his wife are: two daughters, Mrs. Helen J. Fossett of RFD 3, Frederick and Miss Janet A. Cooper of RFD 3, Frederick; a son, Clarence A. Cooper Jr. of RFD 3, Frederick; five sisters, Mrs. Ella Butler, Mrs. Jane Lewis, Miss Helen Cooper, all of Berryville, Va.; Mrs. Caroline Daniels of Philadelphia, Pa,, and Mrs. Catherine Baltimore of Dobbs Ferry, N.Y.; two brothers, Charles Cooper and Leon Cooper, both of Berryville, Va.; three grandchildren and a number of neices and nephews. Friends may call at the Hicks Funeral Home, 263 W. Patrick St. on Wednesday from 6 p.m. until 9 p.m. Services will be conducted Thursday at 11 a.m. at the Asbury United Methodist Church. Burial will be in the Fairview Cemetery. MRS. DABEY H. DELAUTER ,, Funeral services for Mrs. Daisey M. DeLauter of Foxville, were held Sunday at 2 p.m. at the Deerfield United Methodist Church. The Rev. Raymond Kingsborough officiated, assisted by the Rev. Paul Hefner, fall- bearers were Leon DeLaut- er, Robert DeLauter, "Timothy Femby, Jerry Reck, Granger Sharkey, and -John Zeigler. Interment was in the Wolfsville United Methodist Cemetery. Fire Dept. Meeting Set Wed. A public meeting will be held Wednesday, June 3 at the Lewistown Servicenter, located at the intersection of Maryland 806 and Fish Hatchery Road. The 7 p.m. meeting will be for the formation of a volunteer fire department, and all persons in the Lewistown, Mountaindale, Utica and Yellow Springs areas are urged to attend. The feasibility of establishing a fire department will be discussed, and a committee will be selected to meet with the Frederick County Firemen's Association, to see what can be worked out for the best interests of the community. . The group met May 27 and good stgport for the idea was voiced from Lewistown area residents. The Independents and Walkersville are the closest fire companies to the south, and Thurmont, is closest to the north. The area is well over the five-mile distance required to establish a new company. The area attempted before to establish a fire company but support was lacking. Stace that time, the area has continued to grow rapidly in population, housing end business. Inquiries may be made to the Lewistown Servicenter, 9198. WILLIAM F. KUNKLE Funeral services for William F. Kunkle, of Foxville, who died Tuesday at the Martinsburg Veterans Center, were held Friday at Mt. Moriah Lutheran Church at Foxville at 2 p.m. The Rev. Henry Neikerk officiated. Members of the Morris Frock American Legion Postof Hagerstown conducted military services. Honor guard included Frank Trovinger, Charles Mockert, Harold Hovermale, William Boye*, Thomas Schaffer, Walter Jackson, Lewis Viertell, and Capt. Gale ers were Cohill. Pallbear- Joe Groulx, John Jack and was James Wincoup. Interment was in the church cemetery. Grove, Mick Mowen, Hull, Bernard Barnhart, Robert Leisure. Bugler MRS. LILLIAN KEHNE Funeral services for Mrs. Lillian Florence Kehne, widow of George Benton Kehne, who died Tuesday at her residence, 521 Elm Street, were held from the Robert E. Dailey and Son Funeral Home, 1201 N. Market St., Friday at 11 a.m. The Rev. Francis E. Reinberger, pastor of the Evangelical Lutheran Church officiated atthe service. Casketbearers were Dr. John H. Kehne, Dr. Wilmer D. Kehne, Marion Kehne, Carroll Kehne, William Lewis and James Drone- berg. Interment was in Mount Olivet Cemetery. (Continued From Paga One) Frederick was so filled with bike riders that an apt description was: "it looks like ants crawling all over the place." Both City and State Police were high in their praise of the bike riders, their highway skill and courtesy, and their "gracious, mature conduct." Only one group was admonished by police, when they took a wrong turn and ended up on U.S. 40 East, instead of the old National Pike. Turnpikes and freeways are "no-nos" to bike riders, the chairman said. Rally officials said the largest distance tour was the one which pedaled to New Market to view the antique shops. On many of the tours, while some members of the family rode bikes, others would meet them at their destinations in vehicles, such as at New Market to carry back their purchases. The full rally made the short- distance ride to Walkersville, via Gas House Pike, Dance Hall Road and Crum Road, to join in dinner at the Walkersville Fire Hall. All the tours started from the YMCA parking lot The tours covered virtually every community and every landmark in the county. "Three Covered Bridges" ride covered 60 miles from Frederick to Thurmont via Gas House Pike, Dance Hall Road, Liberty Road, Crum Road, Biggs Ford Road, Dublin Road, Gravel Hill Road, Woodsboro, Woodsboro Pike, LeGore Bridge Road, Long's Mill Road, Station Road, Rocky Ridge Road, Roddy Road, Jimtown Road, Old Frederick Road, Utica Road, Mountaindale Road, Masser Road, Willis Lane, Opossumtown Pike and North Market Street. The "Harper's Ferry-Main's Ice Cream Ride" covered 100 miles, with shortcuts, rest stops and rendezvous points for those who chose not to cover the full distance. Other tour routes included Walkersville - Woodsboro - Li- Among The Sick Mrs. Barbara Hurst, Frederick, has returned from Frederick Memorial Hospital and is recuperating at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John S. Moser, near Middletovm. Mrs. Hursf s sister, Mrs. Patsy Vasquez, of Aurora, Colo., arrived Thursday evening to spend several days with them. Mr. Thomas Edward Joy, East Church Street, has been admitted to the Washington Medical Center, Washington, D.C., for observation and treatment. Mrs. Raymond Albaugh of near Detour was admitted to Frederick Memorial Hospital Friday. Fr* Hogan (Continued Prom Page One; During his tenure, the new convent was built. Besides his sister, a brother. survives, Austin Hogan of Philadelphia. A Funeral Mass will be celebrated Tuesday at the Holy Child Church in Philadelphia. The auxiliary Bishop of Baltimore, F. Joseph Gossman, will officiate. THE NEWS, Frederick, Maryland Jue I. IfTO Page A-5 Infantry Reunion The 167th Infantry Regiment, 31st Division, is holding its first reunion Aug. 1 at Fort John C. Persons Armory, North 5th Ave., Birmingham, Ala., from 1 p.m. to midnight. The men in this outfit served in the South Pacific during World War n. Secretary of the reunion, who may be contacted for further information, is Harold L. Bank, P.O. Box 5236, Tuscaloosa, Ala. IN MiMORIAM NOTICES LULA IRENE FLOHR Funeral services for Mrs. Lula Irene Flohr, widow of Clifford G. Flohr of Union Bridge who died Tuesday were held at 1:30 p.m., Friday, at the Union Bridge Funeral Home of D.D. Hartzler and Sous. The Rev. J. H. August Aor- leis, pastor of Mt. Union Lutheran Church officiated. The pallbearers were Charles and Darrell Gregg, James, Clifford, Robert, and Daniel Flohr. Interment was made in Mt. Union Cemetery. MISS ANNA M. HUBBARD Funeral services for Miss Anna May Hubbard, of Union Bridge who died Thursday in Carroll County General Hospital were held Sunday at 2:30 p.m., at the Union Bridge Funeral Home of D.D. Hartzler and Sons. The Rev. J.H. August Borleis, pastor of the Uniontown Lutheran Church officiated. The pallbearers were James Stonesifer, Henry, Stanley, Raymond, Emory and Wilber Hubbard* Interment was made in Mt. Hope Cemetery, Woodsboro. PUBLIC NOTICE OF INTENT TO ADOPT REGULATIONS In accordance with Article 41, Section 245(c), Annotated Code of Maryland (1965 Replacement Volume), the Secretary of Health and Mental Hygiene hereby publishes notice of his intention to adopt an amendment to Regulations, as follows, on Monday, June 15, 1970, at 10:00 A. M., in Room 601A State Office Building, 301 West Preston Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21201. Amendment to Regulations (43N02, Paragraph 0312) Governing The Providing of Eyeglasses to Certain Persons. Copies of the proposed amendment are available in the Office of the Secretary of Health and Mental Hygiene, Room 701, State Office Building, 301 West Preston Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21201. Interested persons have the opportunity of submitting data or views, orally or in writing, to the Office of the Secretary of Health and Mental Hygiene, 701 State Office Building, 301 West Preston Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21201, prior to, or at the time of, the intended action by the Secretary. Upon failure to submit data or views, orally or in writing, the amendment may be adopted up* In Memoriam FOUCHE--In memory of Dennis on bis 3rd. birthday, June 1. Though we thought you a gift, we were wrong dear, God just loaned you to us for a while, To gladden our home with your laughter, Your love, and your dear baby smile; The days were too happy to last, dear, But we'll always remember, and pray That our angel hi heaven be waiting To welcome us in some sweel day. MOMMY, DADDY AND DEBBIE LOCAL MENTIONS Furniture Repaired Refinlshed Antiques Bought CALVIN R. FLAUTT, 6634288 We May Help You To Sobriety and a New Life WRITE ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Box 162, Frederick, Md. LOCAL MENTIONS Plants F«r Sale Chester L. Grove 103 E. 8th. St. VEGETABLES FLOWERS Watch f*r Grand Openiaf ELDER'S ANTIQUES June 14,1970 SigM Sign Painting Truck Lettering General Sign Work TED POOLE Phone 663-9122 Double M Ranch Day Camp for GMf Registration Open House, June 7 12 Noon on V4 mi. from Kemptown on Rt. 80 PHONE 865-5150 Country Bams Sugar Cured Phone E. G. Sappington Frederick 662-3990 R. F. Sappington Lime Kim, 874-2141 Swimming Pools All Aluminum Above the ground or in the ground. At aU New Low, Low Prices Be sure and Compare before You Buy YOUNG DEVELOPMENT CO., INC. 342 N. Market St., MO. 3-4163 No Money Down Notice--Effective June 1 Shipley's. 50 S. Market St. Summer Store hours will be 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. Mon. to Fri., 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. Saturday The Donut Shoppe Will Have Kinkliigs For The Month of June LOCAL MENTIONS Card«f Thaaks I wish to thank Dr. Nicholas P. T'~ *r. 7. *" 7^be»ts, nurses and the rest of the staff o! i-icuw-*-- -ixf · i . -'.rspua. for their care of my son, Maurice E. Boyd, ST., white a pa- lent there. And words can never express my deep appreciation to all of my friends, neighbors and relatives for their sympathy and acts of kindness during his death. Also to those who donated food, flowers, money, the beautiful cards and use of cars. Thanks to the pallbearers. Also to the Revs. M. B. Simpson and Joseph Ogle. A special thanks to the Frederick Memorial Hospital for the beautiful letter of sympathy to me. Also to Hick's Funeral Home for the lovely arrangements, and to the Housing Authority for the lovely sympathy card and flowers, where he was employed. May God bless you all. HIS MOTHER, MRS. ELIZABETH M. ROBINSON Looking for Something Different for father-Check the Swinger at McHenry Associates and I. A. Abb Company, East Patrick St., Frederick. NOTE: Garage-Service Stations For Sale 1--Air Compressor--2 H. P. 2-stage 40 gallon tanks. 1 Auto Lift--Frame contact. Call 6622591. Frederick Co. Chapter For Epilepsy For Info. Write P.O. Box 133 Frederick, Maryland Can 663-4231 bertytown-Mt Pleasant, 40 miles; "Sugarloaf Route," 50 miles; "Urbana Loop," 20 miles; "Lily Pons-Walkersville -New Market Route" 35 miles- plus; Jefferson-Point of Rocks- Lily Pons, 40 miles; and one covered bridge via Links Bridge Road, 25 miles. The program included maps of all the rides, a history of the rally and a resume of the history of Frederick. High's Cycle Center of Frederick contributed a new bicycle, well equipped, as a give-away- gift for the rally. The national rally will be held Aug. 28-29-30 at the Ocean's Edge, Monterey Peninsula, at the Ansilonar Conference Grounds Headquarters, Pacific Beach, Calif. A pre-roundup rally will be held there from Aug. 16-28. IDIOTS CAN'T VOTE WYNBERG, South Africa (AP) -The female candidate for parliament was irritated by hecklers at a political rally when she snapped: "I don't mind interjections. Idiots can't vote." A masculine voice reported: But they can stand for parliament!" PUBLIC SMI on the statements present. of parties Fruitless Trip It turned out to be a fruitless ride into the country for the crew of the United Ambulance last night Police dispatched the ambulance, siren screaming, to Ballenger Creek Pike, from where a report of a car overturned and possible injuries to an occupant was received. When they arrived, they found. . .nothing. Police speculate that the occupants of the car righted the vehicle, and drove off. PONTON'S COMMUNITY SALE Auctions every Wed., 6:30 P. M. rear 238 W. 5th St. This week: 14 ft. al. boat, very good; 4 pc. sectional sofa, chairs, sofa, etec. gas stoves, beds, bed;, breakfast sets, china closet, hutch cupboard, good; walnut desk, T. V.s, elec. adding machine, table saw, set drums, good; Ig. chest freezer, amplifier, microphone, Home Comfort coal range, curved trunk, guitar, harvest table, buffet, oak washstand, dressers, chest, auto, washer, new gas water neater, console stereo, cabinet sink, kitchen base cabinets, deep well pump, approx. 90 ft. plastic pipe, sump pump, 2 sm. rotary pumps, electric fencers, privacy fence, bicycles, silver plated pieces, lavatory, cameras, draftsman table, dry- air pop cooler, slant top desk, vacuum, chime clock, window sash, roll 3 ft. fence, other large, lots miscellaneous. Open daily, truck available, reasonable commission. Pho. 663-4601. NEW ft USED for private salt. NOTICE Application has been made to the undersigned by Paul F. Sheffield, 11 East Ninth Street, Frederick, Maryland 21701, to sell Beer, Wine and Liquor, at the premises know as Sheffield's Liquors 501 North Market Street Frederick, Maryland 21701 The said license to be known as Class A off sale Beer, Wine and Liquor License, which would permit the licensee to sell the aforesaid beverages at retail, in any quantity to any consumers at the place therein described, and to deliver the same in a seated package or container, which package or container shall not be opened nor its con tents consumed on the premises where sold. The application is made in accordance with Section 18 of Article 2-B of the Code of Public General Laws of Maryland. All persons desiring to be heard on either side of the question of the granting or refusal of this application should be present at the office of the License Commissioner, 10:00 A.M. .Thursday, June 11, 1970, at which time and place a public hearing will be held. A mvm RENN License Commissioner for Frederick County, Md. May 25, 1970 June 1, 1970 Our Office Witt Be Closed Monday, June 1 Moving to new location. JAMES G. TROUT AUCTION REALTY, INC. 15 No. Court Street, Frederick, Maryland (Temporary location at 1 W. 2nd Street.) Phone 662-6231 Eyler's Excavating H. D. 6 Front End Loader Ponds--Basements, Headrows, Etc. Free Estimates By Contract or Hour Any Job Large or Small PHONE 845-6320 Woodsboro, Md. Rt. 1 Top Qaafity Beef By The Quarter, Half or Whole By The Half, 58c Per Lb. Cut For Freezer R- D. HEMP SONS Jefferson 473-5700, 7 TO 5 Keller Son Home Improvement Service Free Estimates on Any Kind of Job Phone 662-6182 or 6624127 360 W. Patrick St. Septic Tank Cleaning PAUL R. KOLB, SR. 473-8218 NOTICE OF THE APPLICATION FOR PERMIT TO CONSTRUCT WATERWAY OBSTRUCTION In compliance with applicable law and regulations, Linganore Corporation, P. 0. Box 492, Frederick, Maryland 21701, has applied for a permit to construct the dam at the following location: 2200' S. of Gas House Pike and 3000' E. of Boyer Mill Road on Former Austin Lease Farm in no name (body of water) which is . tributary to Lingauore Creek for the pose of Conservation and Recreation. A public hearing on this application will be held at the Department of Water Resources, State Office Building, Annapolis, Maryland, on Tuesday, June 9th at 10:00 A.M. Statements for or against the granting of this permit may be presented orally at the hearing; or in writing prior to, or at, this hearing. DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES Gene's Barber Shop Closed May 30th thru June 3rd OPENED THURS., JUNE 4th Appointment Service Call 662-8861 Notice To All Dog Owners Any dog caught on my property among my sheep will be killed. MAURICE CRUM Walkersville, Md. Eagles 1087 Kitchen will open on Monday, June 1st. Under New Management Mon.-Fri. 11 a. m.-2 p. m. SPECIAL EACH DAY Dinners and Seafood On Weekends BY OWNER 6 ACRES, surveyed, in Thur- raont. Lge. home date 1860. SANITARY SEWER is in, TOWN WATER, pond, private drive, barn, gorgeous setting. Submit your offer to Owner/ agent 1-731-3429. Quarterly Meeting JUNIOR FIRE CO. NO. 2 Monday, June 1, 1970 8:00 P. M. Refreshments C. E. Troxell, Secretary Lovely Mohawk Gold Sculptured Nylon Carpet $3.95 sq. yd. Also Mohawk Green Gold Acrylon Carpet $4-95 sq. yd. Up to 6 mos. to pay No Carrying Charge SHERWIN WILLIAMS 28 E. Patrick St. Grumman Canoe Special From May 28th to June 7th Free With Purchase of any Grumman Canoe 1 Pr. Paddles, Pair Ty-Downs and 1 Pair Cartop Carriers DELPHEY'S SPORT STORE 140 West Patrick St. Free Customer Parking Painting ft Carp«atry LOW RATES Apply News-Post, Box 1808 End Of Newsprint Rolls Ideal for picnic tables, Children's art projects, any place where large quantity of low cost paper is required. 12 inches wide by hundreds of feet long. Only IOC Per Pound FREDERICK LEWS-POST BUSINESS OFFICE 200 East Patrick Street Card of Thanks I wish to express my sincere thanks to Dr. James Thomas, Dr. Frank Damazo, Dr. Turner, and all the other doctors, nurses and nurses' aides for their ex* cellent care while a patient at the Frederick Memorial Hospital. Also thanks to Rev. Huddle for his visits and prayers. Relatives and friends for gifts, flowers, cards and visits. May God bless you all. MRS. VIOLA BLICKENSTAFF Estate Auction Sat., June 6, 1970 at 11:00 A. M. on premises 7 W. 7th St. Personal property of Edna A. Rockwell, deceased, including a good T.V. and stereo, D.R. suite, sectional sofa, platform rockers, B. R. suites, Maytag washer, etc. See Ig. ad. PAUL ROCKWELL Personal Rep. Amos Bolter, Atty. John Ponton, Auctioneer Henry's Blacktop Paving Free Estimates Cheerfully Given All Work Guaranteed Ph. 6634738 SHEROKEN HOUSE OF HAIR FASHION l E. 3rd. Street needs Hairdresser to replace expectant mother This will be permanent employ ment with paid vacation, holidays, etc. Phone 663-4421 during day and 829-1472 evenings RODGER'S Hard Shell Crabs Seafood Platters Pan Fried Chicken New York Strip Steak Rodger's, N. Market St., Ext, 663-3903 FAST-GROWING AGGRESSIVE TIRE CHAIN has Immediate opening for tire service man with truck tire experience. Must have driver's license. Good starting salary. Paid vacation. Family hospitalization and other benefits. Apply Mr. Bartgis, MERCHANT'S FIRESTONE STORE 36 East Patrick St. Phone 662-5931 ATTENTION ALL BASEBALL TEAMS See Us For Your Equipment Ai Special Low Prices Formerly Bartgis Zimmermai Is Closing Out AH Sporting Goods At Low, Low Prices MERCHANT'S FIRESTONE STORE Fonnely Bartgis ft Zimmerman 36 E. Patrick St., Frederick, Md. ANTIQUE ESTATE AUCTION June 10, 1970-10 A.M. Frederick Fair Grounds Many Fine Pieces of Furniture, Glass, China and Clocks, See large ad June 6 9. , Paul F. Fpgte, Owner James Trout, Auctioneer 3 Rms. New Furniture $288 Terms SHEPLEY'S 50 S. Market St. Opeii Every Night Til 9 Hy. Big Boy Tomato Plants Cabbage-Plant Brussels Sprouts Cauliflower Plants Geraniums Scarlet Sage Peony Plants Shasta Daisy Candytuft Columbine MARGARET'S FLORISTS 328 W. Patrick St. Cool . . . Your Home This Summer With Central Air Conditioning CBS Electric Co. 683-5222 NOW ON SALE!!! THE WORLD IN 1969 Captured in one Volume. History as we lived it 296 pages; 60 Color photos; Written by AP men and women the world over. $3.95 Plus Tax AVAILABLE AT: BUSINESS OFFICE FREDERICK NEWS-POST 200 E. Patrick Street Heating or Cooling . . . Your home should be insulated Blown Insulation Fiberglas CBS Insulating Co. 663-5222 Question Mark Hair Fashions For Summer ECKER'S BEAUTY SALON Phone 662-2471 Spring Fever For your new home in the spring be sure to inspect Mea- dowcrest Subdivision. Lots are wooded. Located on Old Receiver Road atShpokstown. CROCKER ft LITTLE BUILDERS, INC. 9 x 12 Rags -- Only $5.88 Open Tfl 9 P. M. SHEPLEY'S -- 50 S. Market St In Towa FREDERICK GLASS SHOP 301 E. 4th Street 663-3117 Cessp.ols And Septic Tanks Cleaned, Repaired ft Installed Day or Night Phone 473-8294 B W. DISPOSAL SERVICE Stitely's Upholstery Shop Upholstery ft Custom Drapes Free Pickup ft Delivery ThunnoDt, Md. -- 271-2590 Paper Hanging Woodrow (BUI) Antenon PHONE 663-5487 For Sate USED ALUMINUM PLATES 22%" wide; 3«" length 009 thick Study, but ftadble Printing on one side only $2Sc each -- 5 for $1.00 $18.00 per hundred Apply Business Office Frederick News-Post 200 East Patrick St 8 A-1C. to 5 P.M. 'SPAPERI

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