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Deaths MRS. MARY F. CORUN Mrs. Mary Biggs Hammond Conn, widow of Joseph s. Hammond and Charles D. Comn,dted ~ ' at Frederick Memorial following a brief 111- ness. She was born in Baltimore. February 19,1901, a daughter of the late Charles and Sarah Hop. per Biggs. Ste was a member of the Zion Episcopal Church of Charles Town and a charter member of the Kecdron Chapter of the Eastern Star of Baltimore. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Charles Gearhart of Walkenville; two grandchildren; a step-son, Heisley Corun of Frederick; two brothers, Guy Biggs of Baltimore and Charles Biggs of Washington; two sisters, Mrs. Reba Bachmatm and Miss Annabel Biggs, both of Baltimore; and a niece_andfour nephews. Friends majTcaD at tbe~B~aK ton Funeral Home in Walkers* ville from 7-9p.m. today. Family graveside services will be held Thursday at 11 a,m, at the Glade Cemetery in Walkersville, The ommission quested. of flowers is re- JAMES BAUBLITZ James Baublitz, 74, of RFD 4, Sykesville, died Tuesday morning at University Hospital in Balti- j more. He was born in Carroll County, a son of the late Daniel ;·; and Jennette Darby Baublitz. His wife, Mrs. Treva Ward Baublitz. ,\ died in April. ; ( Survivors include a daughter, Annette of Baltimore; four grand\ children; four sisters, Mrs. Ella Wheeler of Baltimore, Mrs. Bertha Wheeler of Baltimore, Mrs. Edith Red of Norristown, Pa. and Mrs. Elsie Wilhelm of Parkton. Friends may call at the late residence this evening. Funeral services will be held at the residence Friday at 2 p.m. The Rev. Eugene R. Alexander, pastor of the Bennett Lutheran Church, will officiate. Interment will be in Kriders Cemetery. The Waltz Funeral Home in Winfield is in charge of arrangements. ALBERT H. GABRIEL I Albert H. Gabriel, husband of Suzanne Arnoux Gabriel, died at his residence in Ijamsville on Tuesday. Born in France on February 7, 1900, he was the son of the late Albert and Marie Viard Gabriel. Surviving are his wife Mrs. Suzanne Arnoux Gabriel, one son, Guy Babriel, Ijamsville and five grandchildren. Friends may call at the MJR. Etchison and Son Funeral Home, 106 East Church St., Wednesday from 7 to 9 p.m. A mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at St. John's Catholic Church by Father William E. r Becker, assistant pastor of the r St. John's Catholic Church, on Thursday at 10 a.m. Interment will be in the Ijamsville Methodist Cemetery. MRS. LILY G. LINCK Mrs. Lily G. Llnck, wife of Albert S. Llnck, of 511 Elm Street died Tuesday at the Frederick Memorial Hospital following a long illness. She was 74 years of age. Born in Sfaooks- town she was a daughter of the late Anthony Francis and Laura V. Joy Wickless. She was a member of St. John's Roman Catholic Church and a member of the Sodality. Surviving are the following children, Mrs. Alma Feaster, Brunswick, Mrs. Laura Handley and Mrs. Mary Webber, both of Frederick, two sisters, Mrs. John DeGrange, Glen Buroie, Miss Gertrude Wickless. Frederick, nine grandchildren, 10 great grandchildren and many nieces and nephews. Friends may call at the Robert E. Dailey and Son Funeral Home 1201 North Market St., Thursday and Friday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. A Christian Wake service will be conducted Friday at 7 p.m. A sung mass of Christian Burial will be conducted at 9 a.m. at St. John's Catholic Church with the Rev. Fr. William E. Becker as celebrant Interment will be in the Reformed Cemetery, Knoxville. eo f K · ADAM J. KLEIN Adam John Klein Sr., MISS MYRTLE L. FREE Funeral services for Miss Myrtle L. Free, who died Sunday at Annie Warner Hospital in Gettysburg, were held Tuesday at St John's Lutheran Church in Creagerstown. The Rev. Francis Reinberger officiated. During the services, Mrs. Ruby Sanner and Miss Virginia Keech sang, "Lead on Kindly Light' and "Sometime We'll Understand." Pallbearers were Charles E. Free, Jr., Franklin Free, Robert Free, Ronald Free, Joseph L. Smith and John Gills. Interment was in the Creagerstown Cemetery. MRS. CLARENCE G. SELDAL Funeral services for Mrs. Shirley Mae Seldal. wife of Clarence George Seldal, who died Thursday evening, were held Tuesday at 9 a.m. The Rev. Roland Hobbs, assistant pastor of the Evangelical Lutheran Church, officiated. Pallbearers were Harry J. Kintz, William E. Baker, Donald M. Fadeley and Robert W. Keeney. Interment was in Ft Lincoln Cemetery* Hyattsville, M.R. Ethchison and Son, funeral directors. 66, of FRD l, Taneytown, died in the Carroll County General Hospital Tuesday. He was a son of the late Adam J. and Margaret Diekert Klein. His wife Rosa Mary Lang Klein died in 1955. He was a well known farmer and a member of St. Joseph's Catholic Church and r the Holy Name Society. He is survived by the following children, Joseph A. Klein, Millers; Elmer F. Klein, Hanover, Md.; Robert G. Klein, Westminster; Mrs. Frances McLaughlin, Quincy, Mass.; Adam J. Klein Jr., Taneytown; Mrs. William Voelker, Camber; Herbert F. Klein, Hampstead; Howard F. Klein, Westminster; Michael G. ;Klein, Littlestown, Pa.; Mrs.Ce- cil Lewelling, Taneytown; 35 ^grandchildren, two brothers, Fred Klein, Baltimore, Frank Klein, Fullerton, three sisters, Mrs. Barbara Hess and Mrs. 'Catherine Hess, both of Balti- 'more, Mrs. Anna Bartenfelter, Fullerton. f - The family will receive friends Thursday evening at the C.O. :Fuss and Sons Funeral Home in Taneytown where the rosary will .be recited at 8 p.m. Family and -friends will meet at the funeral home Friday at 9:30 a.m. for prayers followed by a requiem mass at 10 a.m. at St. Joseph's .Catholic Church. The Rev. John T. Kerr will officiate. Interment will be in the church cemetery. Meeting Postponed The Woodsboro town council meeting was postponed last night as there was no quorum at the meeting, it was reported. G. FRANKLIN BURDETTE Funeral services f or G. Franklin Burdette of Damascus, who died Sunday, were held Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the Olin L. Moles- worm Funeral Home in Damascus. The Rev. Frank Depro and the Rev. A. Dean Kesler officiated. Honorary pallbearers were members of the Little German Band. They were Donald Gearinger, Carl Esterly. Norman Fogle, Lawrence Shaw, Harold Twentey, Kenneth Bartgis, and Ross Twentey. Active pallbearers were Jerry Duvall, John Glaze, Hammond Gaugh, Maurice Browning, James K. Day, and Jerri Brandenburg. Interment was in the Damascus Cemetery. LOUB MANC1NI A mass of Christian burial was celebrated for Louis Mancini, husband of Mrs. Julia Wojciechowski Mancini, who died at his residence on Grove Hill Road, Friday, at the St Uab- thews Catholic Church in Baltimore, on Tuesday at 10 a.m. Interment was in the Most Holy Redeemer Cemetery, Baltimore. M.R. Etchison and Son funeral directors. Carroll Will Share In Health Planning WASHINGTON (AP) - Rep. Clarence D. L"ng, says Baltimore Cily and its five suburban counties will share a grant of $141,600 for health planning purposes. Long, who announced the Department of Health, Education and Welfare grant Tuesday, identified the counties as Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Carroll, Harford and Howard. The Maryland Democrat said the federal grant, authorized by the Community Health Service, was made to the Baltmmore Regional Planning Council. Personals Pfc. Eugene E. Fritz, 18, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Fritz, 300 S. Jefferson SL, recently was assigned to the llth Armored Cavalry Regiment In Vietnam as a track mechanic. Richard K. Cook, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Cook, RFD 1, Knoxville, received a diploma at the 77th annual June commencement of The Mercersburg Academy held May 30. Sp4 Robert A. Dick, 20, son of Mr. and Mrs. John C. Dick, Emmitsburg, has been assigned as supply clerk with the 203rd Aviation Company in Vietnam. Hi* wife Judy also lives in Emmitsburg. Miss Nancy F. Boiler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Boiler, RFD 2, Thurmont, has been awarded her degree In nhvsical eaucanon at the commencement recently at Bridgewater College, Bridgewater, Va. Miss Jane V. Wilhide, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. WI1- hide, Detour, has received her degree in biology from Bridgewater College, Bridgewater, Va. Robert G. Stauffer of RFD 1, MU Airy, celebrated his birthday Sunday at Whites Ferry. Mrs. Nicie Day Crown, RFD 5, Gainesville, Fla., will celebrate her 80th birthday June 15. She is the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Luther Day ol Kemptown. Miss Andrea Carol Ratajczak, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ratajczak, Baltimore, participated^ in the 22nd annual class piano festival of the Baltimore County Schools on May 22". The fourth grade student at Hillcrest Elementary School in Catonsville is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon F. Palmer of Frederick. Dellwood W. Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dellwood F. Michael, South Market Street, has been promoted to Specialist Five while serving a tour of duty in Vietnam. FCTA Members Sent Budget Newsletter School (Continued From Pags One) ef this latter cut has net beeff announced. In other board business. ScJ- *u vuiwi uvstuu uuaiucas. ouj- t ence Supervisor Marvin Spencer obtained approval to distribute his drug education curriculum to teachers. "We have tried to emphasize both use and abuse of narcotics, alcohol and tobacco in this program," Spencer said. r ~~ Spencer added that funds wfll be available for a three-day djenjj workshop for teachers, accord" ing to his latest information. A PTA delegation Mm* erick High Sche*l petitioned the board to place'Frederick High on its priority Hit for renovation. The group asked for better accoustical ceilings, better lighting, additional individual study space and better furniture. Teacher workshops were also on the priority list Karl S. Manwiller, principal at Gov. Thomas Johnson High School, reported the success of both his Junior Patriots andSen- or Out-To-Lunch Programs* kfanwiller said the Junior Patriot Program demonstrates "the value, for young people to make commitments to someone other than themselves*" Twenty-five TJ students par- icipated in the program during he past marking period, working is tutors in junior and, senior ligh schools and as assistants Man Arrested . )n Check Charge A city man was charged Tuesday evening with four counts of passing bad checks. Charged was Bernard Ellis Ititely, 23, of Pearl Street. Bond was set at $300 for a June 12 tearing in Trial Magistrate's Court. DIVIDEND DECLARED Benjamin L. Shuff, president a the Farmers and Mechanics National Bank announced that a quarterly cash dividend of 50 :ents per share was declared on the capital stock of the bank it the board of directors meeting on Tuesday, June 2, 1970. This dividend will be payable July 1, 1970 to shareholders of record on June 12, 1970. The dividend totals $99,209.50. Frederick County Teachers Association members were sent news letters Tuesday, intended to brief them on current happenings in the budget dispute, according to the FCTA president Reese Poffenbarger said Tuesday that tBere were no plans for any meetings of the group last night Poffenbarger did say, however, that he will be attending the monthly meeting of the Board of Education today. "After that, I may or may not decide to call a meeting of the executive committee," he said. Poffenbarger said that since the dispute is a day - to - oay thing, no concrete information on any further happenings, if any, was available last night Little has changed since the commissioners announced the tax rate, which remained the same as for fiscal 197U, $2.54 per $100 assessed valuation. The news letter briefs the teachers on what has happened thus far, explaining to them the commissioners have until June 30 to finalize the budget and so on. The commissioners may, or may not, restore some of the cuts they made in their proposed budget which rankled the teachers. Some items have already been restored. Poffenbarger said the situation was "all in a mull" at present, since no announcement has been forthcoming from the commissioners on a final budget for the next fiscal year. The Board of Education meeting today may see some debate on the budget dispute, and even if the item does not appear on the official agenda, discussion seems likely under the circumstances. Activity (Continued From Page One) With the exception of the Christian Scientist, these are believed to be the oldest churches in town. The spires on the churches are believed to be those that inspired Whittier in his immortal poem, "Barbara Fritchie." Schroeder will ring the bells in Trinity Chapel during the hours of 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Hagan will ring the chimes of the Baker Park Carillon from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. The Baker Park Carillon is the oldest and only complete carillon-the state of Maryland. The Fredericktown Bank and Trust Co. will feature ajisplay of old coins, during the week while city hall and the courthouse will display valuable old documents. Among the documents on display will be the will of Barbara Fritchie. Two accomplished drill teams, the Colonial Drill Team and Mo- tar Firing under the direction of Albert Swann of Glen Burnie and the Grand Army of the Republic under the direction of Gen. Arthur S. Taylor of Westminster will perform at various spots about the city. Commemorative coins and informative booklets will be among the souvenirs available to citizens. The Boy and Girl Scouts will be on hand to assist with the celebration, along with the Hood Club and Shamrock Majorettes. Citizens are urged to display their colors during the historical' week by displaying their flags. Man Fatally Stabbed At Hagerstown Prison HAGERSTOWN (AP)- Charles R, Collins, a 23-year-old inmate at the Marylnd Correctional In. stitution, was stabbed to death Tuesday while working on a laundry detail. State Police said charges are pending against a 20-year-old inmate, also from Baltimore. Among The Sick Austin Starr, well known local aarber, was admitted to Halifax Hospital, Daytona Beach, Fla., EOT eye surgery. The area code for the hospital is 32015, and correspondence should be addressed in care of the hospital. AUCTION, FAIR PLANNED The Edward U. Taylor PTA of Boyds will sponsor a fair and auction at the White Grounds [n Boyds on Saturday June 6 Jeginning at 1 p.m. There will be the usual fair games and rides for the children along with various items for sale. A country auction will be held at 2 p.m. Election (Continued From Page One) rancher and oil man, who now faces Montoya, victorious over former state Rep. Richard Edwards. In New Jersey, Williams, a 2- -te»tvietor over state Sen. Frank J. Guarini, will meet Nelson G. Gross, former state Republican chairman who easily whipped two opponents. Both Williams, who once supported U.S. involvement in Vietnam, and Gross, who broke with President Nixon's Southeast Asia policies over the Cambodia attack, have become opponents of the Indochina war. But a youthful antiwar candidate, 28-year-old Louis Kaden, was defeated 2-to-l in a bid to unseat Democratic Rep. Edward J. Patten in a contest that saw involvement of hundreds of students from Princeton, Rutgers and other New Jersey c leges. A similar outpouring of college-aged youth marked California's Democratic senatorial primary, with some 8,000 student volunteers flocking to Brown's banner. In Montana, the 67-year-old Mansfield crushed two Democratic opponents. He is heavily favored in November against Republican Harold E. Wallace, a 38-year-old Mssoula sporting goods salesman. In Mississippi, Stennis has a free ride towards a new six-year term. Unopposed in Tuesday's Democratic primary, he has no Republican opponent in November. Ray and Farrar will be seeking their second two-year terms in the Iowa and South Dakota state houses respectively. In Iowa, Ray will be opposed by former Lt. Gov. Robert Fulton, who edged House Minority Leader William Gannon for the Democratic nomination. The South Dakota voting saw Farrar sweep past state Sen. Frank Henderson in the GOP primary. He will meet state Rep. Richard Kneip, unopposed for the Democratic nomination. In New Mexico, where Cargo is vacating the governorship after two two-year terms, former House Speaker Bruce King won a three-way Democratic primary, while Pete Domenici, a former Albuquerque city commissioner, captured a six-way GOP contest. Seven states nominated candidates for House races too. In Iowa, veteran GOP Rep. Fred Schwengel survived a primary challenge from former State Senate Majority Leader David Stanley. In California Rep. Paul N. McCloskey, a Republican who Won the seat in 1967 after beating Shirley Temple Black in a special election, won renomi nation over his conservative challenger, Forden Athearn. The Alabama contest marked the third straight Democratic gubernatorial primary victory by a member of the Wallace family. Wallace won a first four-year term in 1962 and, ineligible to succeed himself in 1966, successfully ran his wife Lurleen. INSTALLATION - New officers of the John R. Webb Post No. 3285, Veterans of Foreign Wars, were installed Monday at the post home country club. Left to right front row, Ernest Taverner, trustee; Reed Moyers, trustee; Ernest Spangler. commander; Howard Ambrose, chaplain; James McClaren ' %**( TM*S ** K «fc"v«-. trustee; James Marks, junior VP; Charles A. Kreatchmen, P.D.C., installation officer; Guilford Himes, quartermaster; and Millard Hall, judge advocate.-(Pnoto by Cedric Smith) CONCERT CANCELLED The Pops concert scheduled for Thursday evening at Thomas Johnson High School has been cancelled. IN MEMOKIAM In Memoriam ELSROAD--In Loving memory of my Grandmother, Mrs. Frances Mae Elsroad, who passed away June 2, 1969. Treasured thoughts of one so dear Often brings a silent tear Thoughts return to scenes long past Time rolls on but memory lasts. Memories are treasures no one can steal Death leaves a heartache no one can heal. Sadly missed by her Granddaughter _ ANNIE In Memoriam TREGONING--In loving memory of our 2 sons, Harold, who was killed 20 years ago; Wayne, who died 14 years ago June 3. When those we loved have stepped Across the threshold of God's door. They leave behind sweet memories That make us love them more. MOM, DAD A FAMILY In MemorTam CHICK--In memory of my dear husband, Chas. William, who passed away, June 3, 1966. I often sit and think, Of my loved one laid to rest. You will never be forgotten, By the one who loved you best. Your memory to me is a keepsake, With which I'll never part, So God has you in His keeping, I have you in my heart. LOVING WIFE ALICE Suspects Questioned In Breaking, Entry Police have questioned two suspects in a breaking and entering at the Beau Monde Beauty Academy on East Patrick Street The academy was entered this moraine by someone urho pried I open a bathroom window. Ap-j proximately $18 was taken from the ransacked office and an attempt was made to open a safe. No arreste have been made. The entry was discovered by police at S a.m. LOCAL MENTIONS A Card of Thanks I wish to express my sincere thanks to Dr. Frank Damazo, nurses and nurses' aides for the care given me while I was a patient at Frederick Memorial Hospital. Also, many thanks to Pastor Himmler, relatives and friends for their visits, flowers, gifts and cards I received. May God bless each one of you for your thoughtfulness. MRS. CATHERINE RIPPEON THE NEWS, Frederick, Marytaad a, UK LOCAL MENTIONS Notice--Effective June 1 Shepley's, 50 S. Market St. Summer Store hours will be 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mon. to Fri. 9 a.m. to 5 p m. Saturday Toe WeBeunere Shop In the Francis Scott Key Hotel will be closed Monday Nights during June fr July and August Gene's Barber Shop Closed May 30th thru June 3rd OPENED TOURS., JUNE 4th Appointment Service Call 662-8861 Petunias Reduced For Quick Sale RAMBLEWOOD GARDENS Camp Raudy Rd 662-3260 IF carpet beauty doesn't show? Clean it right and watch it glow. Use Blue Lustre. Rent electric shampooer $1. MARY CARTER PAINT STORE, Frederick, Md. Card of Thanks I wish to express my thanks and appreciation to the doctors, nurses and the staff of Frederick Memorial Hospital and also to all my friends, neighbors, and relatives for their sympathy and kindness shown me during the illness and death of my husband, Mr. Joseph Shelton Boyce. May God bless you all His Wife, MRS. MARY BOYCE Top Quality Beef -By The Quarter, Half or Whole By The Half, 58c Per Lb. Cu* For Freeze: R- D. HEMP SONS Jefferson 473-5700, 7 To 5 Strawberry Festival Carroll Manor Elem. School June 6, 6 to 9 p. m. 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 Watch for Grand Opening ELDER'S ANTIQUES June 14, 1970 Country Hams Sugar Cured Phone E. G. Sappington Frederick 662-3990 R. F. Sappington Lime Kiln, 874-2141 Double M Ranch Day Camp for Girls Registration it Open House, June 7 12 Noon on A mi. from Kemptown on Rt. 80 PHONE 865-5150 Kids' Day Carnival Fri., June 5, 2:30 to 9:30 p. m. SOUTH FRED. ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Sponsored by Shamrock Majorettes, Inc. STRAWBERRIES FOR SALE, pick your own, bring own containers. Paul Harper, Mountaindale Trash Removal and LIGHT HAULING Phone 662-4519 after 5:00 p m Frederick, Maryland Waverley Elementary School P.T.A. CARNIVAL Sat, June 6, 1 to 5 p. m. Notice I will not be responsible for any debts other than those contracted by me. LESLIE M. BRIGGS Route No. 1, Box 22 Germantown, Md. Plants For Sale Chester L. Grove 103 E. 8th. St. VEGETABLES FLOWERS The Donut Shoppe Will Have Kinklings For The Month of June End Of Newsprint Rolls Ideal for picnic tables, Children's art projects, any place where large quantity of low cost paper is required. 32 inches wide by hundreds of feet long. Only luc Per Pound FREDERICK NEWS-POST BUSINESS OFFICE 200 East Patrick Street Henry's Blacktop Paving Free Estimates Cheerfully Given All Work Guaranteed Ph. 663-9738 Signs Sign Painting Truck Lettering General Sign Work TED POOLE Phone 663-9122 Swimming Pools All Aluminum Above the ground or in the ground. At all 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 Keller Son Home Improvement Service Free Estimates on Any Kind of Job Phone 662-6182 or 662-8127 360 W. Patrick St. Reed Ford New Service Dept. Hours Effective June 1 8--5:30Mon.-Fri. Closed Saturdays or Emergencies, Nights, Sundays and Holidays, See Reed Motor Co. under A.A A. in directory. SHEROKEN HOUSE OF HAIR FASHION 1 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 Rummage Sale Saturday, June 6, 9 a.m. 302 N. Market St. Oak Hill Sunday School Class at Are You In Need Of Additions--Garages or Carports' FREE ESTIMATES Phone 371-7113 Public Sale ?RL, JUNE 19 at 10:00 A. M , ;he effects of the late Clarence Jackson at his farm located 2% miles North of Union Bridge along the Middleburg Road will sell furniture, shop tools, machinery, feeds and heifers. Jas. G. Trout Auction lealty, Inc. Lease and Wachter, Clerks. 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 FAST-GROWING AGGRESSIVE TIRE CHAIN has immediate opening for a 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 LOCAL MENTIONS Card of Thanks We wish to extend our sincere appreciation to neighbors and friends for their kindneai during the illness and after the death of our mother, Mae S. Duvall. Also, thank you for the expressions of sympathy, floral tributes, and memorial donations. THE CHILDREN Card of Thanks I would like to thank the many relatives and friends for their kindness during the illness and death of my father, Mr. Ira D. Johnson. Also many thanks to Dr B. 0. Thomas, Jr., Dr. Davis, Rev. Charles Weaver and the Etchison Funeral Home for their kindness. A special thanks for the many cards and flowers. MRS. BARBARA KLIPP AND FAMILY Carpet Remnants 50% to 75% off regular price Many smaller pieces of Carpet Already Bound, excellent for door mats, small area Rugs, etc. KING FLOOR SERVICE, INC. 712 East St., Frederick, Maryland Carpet Binding Machine Sewn While You Wait or Call for pick up and delivery KING FLOOR SERVICE, INC. 663-4108 Painting Carpentry LOW RATES Apply News-Post, Box 1808 Strawberries Pick Your Own in the Field or Buy Them at our Roadside Market CATOCTIN MOUNTAIN ORCHARD Thurmont, Md. 271-2737 1 mi. N. of Thurmont, Rt.. 15 Open Daily 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Attention: Non-Profit Organizations in Frederick County Available June 8, 1970 complete Snowball Stand and Ice For Rent by Week Mon.,-Sat. at Local Carnivals For more information contact Mr. Freed, 700 W. Patrick St. Ph. 662-5305 after 7 p. m. Looking for Something Different for father--Check the Swinger at McHenry Associates and I. A. Abb Company, East Patrick St, Frederick. 3 Rms. New Furniture $288 Terms SHEPLEY'S 50 S. Market St. Opeu 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. 663-5222 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 ,- w . 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 the ATTENTION ALL BASEBALL TEAMS See Us For Your Equipment Ai Special Low Prices Formerly Bartgis Zimmermai Is Closing Out All Sporting Goods At Low, Low Prices MERCHANT'S FIRESTONE STORE Formeiy Bartgis Zimmerman 36 E. Patrick St., Frederick, Md. Spring Fever For your new home in spring be sure to inspect dowcrest Subdivision. Lots are wooded. Located on Old Receiver Road at Shookstown. CROCKER LITTLE BUILDERS, INC. 9 x 12 Rugs -- Only $5.88 Open 'Til 9 P. M. SHEPLEY'S - 50 S. Market St In Town FREDERICK GLASS SHOP 301 E. 4th Street 663-3117 Cessp.ols A i d Septic Tanks Cleaned, Repaired Installed Day or Night Phone 473-8294 B W. DISPOSAL SERVICE Stitely's Upholstery ?bop Upholstery Custom Drapes Free Pickup Delivery Thurmont, Md. -- 271-2390 Paper Hanging Woodrow (Bill) Amerson PHONE 663-5487 For Sale USED ALUMINUM PLATES 22Mt" wide; 36" length .009 thick Sturdy, but flexible Printing on one side only S25c each -- 5 for $1.00 $18.00 per hundred Apply Business Office Frederick News-Post 200 East Patrick St. 8 A M. to 5 P. M,

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