The News from Frederick, Maryland on June 3, 1970 · Page 18
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The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 18

Frederick, Maryland
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Wednesday, June 3, 1970
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THE NEWS, Frederick, Maryland Time Running Out For VA Loan Plan Norris J.W albert, Commander of The American Legion, Department of Maryland, reminds ex- servicemen that the Legion will continue doing all it tan to make their life a better one. Vietnam Period veterans who want to prepare scholastically for careers in law enforcement may now collect, in addition to G.L Bill educational benefits, up to $1,800 from other federal funds. The additional funds became available through the recent passage of P.L. 91-219 which permits the receipt of funds under the Law Enforcement Education Program which makes loans RECEIVES DEGREE - Miss Karol A. Long, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 0. M. Long, 414 Columbus Ave., has been awarded diploma from Bridgewater College, Bridgewater, Va. where she majored in history and political science. She was graduated cum laude. up to $1,800 per an academic year to cover tuition, fees, and related expenses. The American Legion Education and Scholar ship Program reports that over 750 colleges and universities offer courses which qualify under the above mentioned legislation. Prospective students should write totheLawEnforcementEd- ucation Program, Law Enforcement Assistance Administration, U. S. Department of Justice, Washington, D.C. 20530. That agency will provide complete in- of schools offering courses. The new legislation was supported by The American Legion as was the original and subsequent G.J. Bill legislation. Many G.Vs in the service who have borrowed federal funds to further their education will get a real break effective next July 1 under new legislation supported by The American Legion. The break comes through an amendment to the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (P.L. 91-230) which provides for the cancellation of repayment of loans for U.S. Armed Forces personnel commencing July 1 at the rate of 12-1/2 percent for each consecutive year of service up to 50 percent. This provision applies to loans made to students under the National Defense Education Act of 1958 and the Higher Education Act of 1965. The support from The American Legion Education and Scholarship Program was based on a provision of The American Legion Policy on Education (Resolution 618-69) · These forgiveness clauses should bring millions of dollars in benefits to men and women in the service. MARCAL PAPER HANKIES 3 P k,. .MOO 2f' KITTY SALMON FOR CATS 2«.» «n.33 ( KITTY CHICKEN TUNA PET FOOD 2 6-».«n.33' DAY'S EASE BOWL CLEANER a-i ««·$' DAY'S EASE TWIN ^ACKlOWL CLEANER i .»..;» $1.18 CALMDRYANri.iE]tsfwANr»io»ORANT(2Fr.«oi.) . 5-«.»» $1.19 FEMINIQUE DEODORANT HYGIENE SPRAY . . 3 c, ,,.$1.39 COLGATE DENTAL CREAM 6'...* tub. 79' PETER PAN PEANUT BUTTER ,5TM,* o.c^h,, ,.i b , 2-0, io ,69' MORTON'S CORN MUFFINS 10-.. P k..33' MORTON'S BLUEBERRY MUFFINS .. . 10-... P k s .39' LYSOLSPRAY DISINFECTANT i- P t.,s-oz.CM $1.79' KAL KAN BITS OF TUNA PET FOOD 2 i.»i«.n, 33' KREY CHICKEN DUMPLINGS iv, -ib.coo67' KREY STUFFED CABBAGE * . iu.».«.,,·»' KREY BROWN GRAVY BEEF , 3-0, con 65' KREY MUSHROOM CRAVY SALISBURY STIAKS . . . . I3oz.can65 HOT SHOT BUG KILLER f PUSH BUrrONBO/MBJ . . . 13-°1 can95' HOT SHOT BUG KILLER w PL ASTIC SPRAY . . i P ,. b.i. 65' HOT SHOT BUG KILLER w/PLASTIC SPRAY . . i q . bo,. 98' HOT SHOT HOUSE GARDEN AEROSOL . . . 12-.,. b., $1.29 HOT SHOT INSECT KILLER i- P ..can 49' HOT SHOT METAL SPRAY GUN KILLER . . . . P .».. 99' MAZOLA CORN OIL r.-. q , bo , $1.14 HOT SHOT AEROSOL INSECT KILLER 13«.«m$l.19 JOHNSON JOHNSON'S NATURALLY FEMININE 3-ox. size $1.29 pkg. of 6 Pickupyourballot and vote for your favorite players. CANNED Swift's Prem "T 65 ADJUSTABLE BAND Schick's Krona-Chrome. A s l 59 1Q- Off! Tetley Tea Bags 63 IMPERIAL Margarine ; 43 BUDS !YE Orange Plus ':; 49 1' Off! MARGARINE Blue Bonnet 2 £ 59 Blue Bonnet .39 M« MtcMi* Dm M., JIM », ttTO. OMitHy lifhti R«Mn«4. THUKMONT KINDERGARTEN - Kindergarten students of Mrs. Helen Botker at St. John's Lutheran Church, Thurmbnt, were all presented diplomas upon their graduation May 27. They are back row, left to right, Mrs. Helen Botker, Terance Free, David Shriner, Quinton Bell, Mark Peiper, Baron Kuritzky, William Leckemby ffl, middle row, Amy Clarke, Mary Elizabeth Bellinger, Carl Alexander, Stephen Yingling, Helen Karla Maddle, front row, Susan Favorite, Sheila Renner, Lisa Baker, Kimberly Adelsberger, Adalyn Ott. KINDERGARTEN GRADUATES - The Kindergarten students of Mrs. Kenneth Mathias at St, John's Lutheran Church, Thurmont, were all presented diplomas upon their graduation May 27. They are back row, left to right, Mrs. Kenneth Mathias, David Kinman, Neal Angleberger, Timothy Myers, Kirby Delauter, middle row, Suzy Love, Kimberly Wilders, Car-, roll Borwn, Craig Bellinger, Kimberly Shaff, Lamesha Woodby, front row, Karen Ferguson, Brenda Ridenour, Lisa Lantz, Dawn Cheeks, Marianne Houck. Not pictured -- Mark Late, Karen Danner. Lions Hold Convention Lions International Multiple District 22 of Washington, Maryland and Delaware held its 48th annual convention at Atlantic City May 27 thru 30th at Chalfonte- Haddon Hall. 2,980 were registered for the convention. The opening of the convention was welcomed by the Mayor of Atlantic City and the opening address was given by International Director, George E. Davidson. The speaker for the governor's dinner was third vice- president Lions International George Friedrichs of France. He is the first French Lion to become a vice-president of Lions International. The model Lions meeting had for its speaker the Hon. Calvin D. Johnson. 22-W in which Frederick club is located, elected Harry R, Lippy as District Governor. The immediate past-governor is Wilbur Boiler. In the 22-W District Awards the Frederick Lions Club placed third, it is composed of 45 clubs. International counselor, Richard F. Simmons, has the distinction of being the only Lion to have a record of being a member and delegate of all 48 conventions. Lion Simmons is a charter member of the Frederick club, which was chartered June, 1922. Delegates from the Frederick club were international Counselor Richard F. Simmons and wife: president elect, Edwin H. Sears and wife: vice- pres. G. Wm. Trout Jr.: past- secretary G. Wm. Trout Sr: Edgar E. Thomas and wife: Dr. Chas. Righter and wife: Willard PRESENTED AWARD - Sgt. James LeRoy Grimes, son of Mrs. Marvis L. Grimes, RFD 4, Mt, Airy, and the late Clumbus Eugene Grimes, is shown accepting an award for his work in South Korea from Yum Ki Huun, left, Paju County Police Chief while Lt, Shin Myong Ho, center, chief of the ROK CIO looks on. Sgt. Grimes who has been in Korea since April 1968, is assigned as a telephone installer with Co. C, 122nd Signal Bn., 2nd. Inf. Div., Camp Howze, Korea. Before entering the service he was employed as a medical technician at Naval Research Institute in Bethesda. He is married to the former Hui Suk, of Seoul, Korea. C. Rudy and wife: Howard Z, Stup: and Austin F. Angleberger, secretary. BIBLE PUBLISHED The King James version of the Bible was published in 1611. Summer 1 * ,, * * - . THE FISH. 2 cups cooked San Giorgio Shell * Macaroni · 3 medium tomatoes, chopped * 1 medium onion, chopped · 1 medium can tuna fish, flaked · 2 hard-cooked eggs, chopped · 1 medium green pepper, chopped · Yz cup each celery and pickle, chopped · salt and pepper · 4 tablespoons mayonnaise. Combine well chilled ingredients, and toss lightly to mix. Serve on crisp chilled romaine, and dust with fresh chopped parsley. Serves 4. SHELL MACARONI Even without 3* off, »'· a good catch. ASub ^ of CHAS. A. FOGLE, T/A FOOD MARKET ^QUALITY FOOD AT LOW PRICES 200 N. Market St. Phone MO 3-31#3 WE DELIVER -MEAT U. S. CHOICE GRADE LEGS OF LAMB 89° CHOICE LOIN LAMB CHOPS GROUND CHUCK CENTER CUT PORK CHOPS ESSKAY'S NO. 1 FRANKS BABY BEEF LIVER U. S. CHOICE GRADE ROUND STEAK « ROUND ROAST * * $1.79 * 89e $1.09 ». 79e », 59c ESSKAY'S LARGE BOLOGNA MARYLAND CRAB MEAT '"· 79c - FRUITS - VEGETABLES U. S. No. 1 QUALITY NEW RED POTATOES 5n.39c CALIF. CARROTS 2 «·«· *·· 33c SUNKIST JUICY LEMONS 6«-39e FRESH TENDER SPINACH 2 *· 39c U. S. No. 1 MAINE POTATOES 10»» 69c GRAPEFRUIT 6«"79c - BAKERY DEPARTMENT PEACH PIE STRAWBERRY CAKE .larg* tit* $1.49 Made With Fresh Strawberries And Whipped Cream APPLE FILLED DONUTS , : *».89c FRUIT FILLED BUNS ^ -« 98c HARD ROLLS ** 49c GRADE-A MEDIUM FRESH EGGS DOZ. 390 NESTLES QUICK CHOC. FLAVOR ** ..« 75c DEL MONTE PINEAPPLE JUICE :...«*- W.S7c McCORMICK'S TEA BAGS""..**. 89c New Captain Crunch Peanut Butter Cereal 47c CRISCO SHORTENING **· « 81c DEL MONTE FRUIT COC KTAIL 2 *» «« 57c REYNOLDS FOIL WRAP «* ·»« 31c HEINZ'S ASST. RELISHES '"*-. i«25e N.B.C. ASSORTED SNACK CRACKERS *«45c DIXfE COLA DRINKING CUPS 25 *« «p* 35c SCOTT'S NAPKINS, i»9**37t TASTY FLAKES POTATO CHIPS .»~fct47c ALL CRISP DILL PICKLES ^*37t HIINZ'S KETCHUP ....... ........ ...... 2 1*». N» 53c BRUSSELS SPROUTS v. 35c BABY LIMA BEANS 2*. 59c GREEN PEAS 2*»49c JMEW'SFAPERr VSPAPERI

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