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Deaths Funerals Hood College St. John's MRS. GERTRUUE WOODWARD ; A ·»-.«·-··. I* Funeral services were held AllllOUIU'CS 8(12(1(1 f IS GEORGE W. BOYER George W. Boyer, 67, died Tuesday at his home on Walter Monday for Mrs. Gertrude Martz Road near Frederick. H e ' Woodward 01 Woodbine at the was born in Libertytown, a son Waltz Funeral Home, Winfield, of the late William E. and Hel- at 11 a.m. The Rev. Harry Several new administrative Mt. appointments have been made John The Evangelist Church at Hood College including a new which was held on the grounds head of house, resident head of St. John's High School on Appointments Successful en s. Harbaugh Boyer. He was a member of Grace Reform Church, Frederick and active in the Yellow Springs baseball club. Baxter officiated. Burial was in Mt. Olive Cemetery, near Airy. Clarence The annual bazaar of 'he St. ed at the Frederick County Smith, and Raymond Shoemak- Products and later at the Ebert or. Ice Cream Co. He retired in 1S»84. He Pallbearers were ,, Dayton, George Wolfe, Wesley nurse and assistant to the di- Aug. 17, 18 and 19 was termed a complete success by the Rev. For iO years he was employ-' Shipley, William Porter, Harold re ctor of admissions. FP*-I» M. BROWN Mrs. W. Eugene Sanders of Frederick Duke. The three-day highlighted by West Second Street, had been named head of house for Smith bazaar was entertainment r »· * f ·· - r»n»jw»i^ ,. .. m - /-«. · f »»i^*»»»£»»**^w **j -- --,,,,. Funeral services for Fred M.. Hall, succeeding Mrs Christie frQm the Middletown Band is survived by his wife, B TM'- p^Ute who died W. Hollister. As head of house, TM -* Mrs. Margaret Ogle Boyer, two Wednesday were held Saturday Mrs. Sanders will be in charge ««iretay. Kr^tho..* M.O..UI T D,,.,^- ~~A vveunebuay weie iiciu oaiuiua» M -i/i«»n,w» hall u/Kii ^ h brothers, Merhl T. Boyer and Marion D. Boyer, both of Frederick and a number of nieces and nephews. at Mt. Bethel Methodist Church at 10:30 a.m. The Rev. Basil Grossnickle, officiated. Members of the Ed- Friends may call at the Bar- . r -_,,,,,,,,_ American Leeton Funeral Home in Walkers- TM Lt° TlfuTmtnT conducte'd services. The Pa'lbearers were Charles E. the Spalding, Curtis Powell, David vilie after 7 Services will home Friday at 11 a.m. Rev. Mary E. Winck of of the residence hall, whi c h houses 125 students, and will serve on the staff of the dean of students, Miss Katherine Sherrill. Mrs. Sanders is the mother of on the "Twirlettei" on the "Sharmocks" The women of the parish sponsored a ham and roast oeef dinner on Saturday whi!-; '.he young people held a dance Saturday night with music pro- Catholics Ahead In Viet Senate Races THE NEWS, Frederick, Maryland Wednesday. September 6, 1M7 Page 5 turned when the tractor's air brakes failed. The accident held up traffic on Broadway for two hours w h i l e the fire department i plowed into the muck with hoses SAIGON (AP) -- Catholic can-j a n d flushed it away, didates in South Vietnam's sen- LOC:AL MENTIONS LOCAL MENTIONS Tobery Reunion SUN., SEPT. 10-12 NOON HUSKY PARK Basket Lunch John Derr Faith Mt. Pleasant Charge, will officiate. Burial will be in Pleasant Hill Cemetery. Russell Duncan, Earl and William Rentzell. Color guard members were John Dewees, Kenneth Riggle, Rob- two children, Dr. W. Eugene vide( j by The Rogues ." Sanders Jr., a teacher at the The wornen also provided fan- University of Florida Medical cy goods bakery items r-nd School, and Mrs. " ^'--»-- J fe Derr Chosen ber body. The latest returns were still incomplete, and although some of the leading tickets are sure winners, others could lose out (Continued from 1 age One) by the lime the final vote is an- E. Clayton o 'her home-made 'delicacies lor ness Days for Heart" and as nounced. L . ^ . n ^ J n H f f j - 1 - - . . . . . . - 1 1 · » » _ · T! L I _ , atorial election surged ahead in returns today, and Uie nation's 2 million Roman Catholics appar- ( c^a of Thanks ently will have strong repre-, We W IS ^ to express our sin- sentation in the new upper cere thanks and appreciation to house. our wonderful relatives, friends. Earlier returns had indicated and neighbors for their beauti- that supporters of Vice Presi-1 f u i floral arrangements, cards,, dent-elect Nguyen Cao Ky would and many acts o f kindness at be in the majority, but lists tne SU dden death of our beloved] known LO support him are no husband father, and son, E r - j longer among the top six. Six ! nest c Brightwell Sr. I lists of 10 candidates each will! M ay QQ^ bless you all for be elected to form the 60-mem- bring so kind during this great loss We Never Refuse Refuse The C. E. (Buck) Tyeryar Co. Septic Tank Cleaning Refuse And Garbage Pick Up Tel. 663-9036 - 662-2213 J. C. BRYANT Box 52, Frederick, Md. 21701 C. E. (Buck) TYERYAR were Herman Lantz, Arms; Edwin Carty, Pittinger, Paul Alexander PAUL L. KELLEY Paul L. Kelley, 47, Takoma Park, son of Mr. and Mrs. Loslie N. Kelley, Mt. Airy, died Friday in the Washington Sanitarium and Hospital, Takoma Park. Ke'ley is survived by his wife, r Shook. Mrs. Georgetta B. Kelley, Ta- ' Burial was IvOma Park; one daughter, Mrs. Kathleen I. Hackley, Adelphi; and one brother, Truman L. Kelley, Mt. Airy. Services held at ll:45 a.m., Thursday, n the Warner E. Pumphiey Funeral Home in Silver Spring Embrey, Jr., of Bethesda, Md. g ale an( | pl i ze s and supervised city chairman last year. He is Mrs. Ruth T. Myers, RN, has tne decorations'. Jeff Brandon- als'o a member of the been appointed resident head burg provided the lighting et- trick Touchdown Club. , . - - ,,,, . nurse at the Hood College In- ,-,«.»; ~ '- - '-- ert Stitely and Francis X. Fal- f i r m f l r v ri n \ar\ne Mi« Holpn . j- i J tirmary, replacing MISS tieien ^ n ar { display was arr-in^- Th e leading ticket with a mar-1 traded by me. Mrs. Mary Brightwell Family Mrs. Mollie Brightwell Notice I will not be responsible for any debts other than those con- PIANO INSTRUCTION Mrs. Milton Puziss announces re-opening of music Studio. Lessons now being scheduled. Call 662-2595 Family Fun Night AMERICAN LEGION Woodsboro, Md. Every TUBS, night 8 P.M. Door Prize W " and Fred- gin insuring victory is led by retired Gen. Tran Van Don, a for-1 of the mer minister of defense who was once rumored to be Ky's. Martz who retired this e d by "Miss "Dorothy EberVi.'idt He and his wife, Joy, reside at vice presidential choice when :-- r»_:-- *_ » n_--i . . . _ .. , Premier Ky was planning to run for president. Two other leading tickets are j Derr is a member Evangelical Lutheran Church. Members of the firing squad - . . u , , Members ot tne tiring squdu spnng- Pnor to coming to Hood and Mrs Ada Moore wh ii e Mrs. West Seventh Street. Charles Mrs Mvers was director of the G eorge Callan and William Bor- One of the most important Scott Key Center for Exception- oski were in charge of the child- projects of the Frederick Coun- is Norman May. Chaplain was Herman Shook. Burgler was Ter- Memorial Nursing. al Children in Frederick. She a graduate of the Frederick Hospital School of ren s in the church cemetery. The Creager Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements. = MRS. EVELYN E. ADAMS area which included a ;y Heart Association is t!ie year predominantly Roman Catholic, j pony ride and games. round educational program, one of South Vietnamese natives i Leonard Helfrich arranged This year a program to en- and one made up of refugees t'.ie preparation and sale of r j f - courage formation of good heart from Nor;h Vietnam. The South-j Also new in the infirmary will ie tickets and Mrs. Helfric-i cc- and health habits in childhood, ern ticket is led by Nguyen V a n ' be two part-time nurses, Mrs. ordinated merchandise which with the view of reducing the Huyen, a civilian member of the James B'oston of Magnolia Av- was donated by local merchants risk of heart attack in later enue, and Mrs. Irving Kinsey to be used as prizes. years, is being stressed,' says of Biggs Avenue. Mrs. Boston. Robert Weedon handled the Derr. national directorate which now: helps rule the country. ** In all senatorial tickets there Very largely attended funeral a graduate of St. Luke's Hos- construction of the affair and The Heart Fund campaign is some balance, so the Catholic I services for Mrs. Evelyn Etz- pital in New York City, is a £lwood DeGrange was in ctr;ig^ leaders say parents should get tickets have a few rep-, the latest heart-saving facts and ler Adams, wife of Merhl A. registered nurse and has of parking. Friends may call at the fu- Adams, Buckeystown, who died worked at the Frederick Nurs- neral l iome between 7 and 9 at Frederick Memorial Hospi- ing Home. Mrs. Kinsey, also a p m today tal Thursday evening were held registered nurse and a gradu- Interment will be at the Bal- at Calvary Methodist church, ate of th e Frederick Memorial timore National Cemetery. Monday at 2 p.m. Hospital School of Nursing is The Rev. Ralph M. Sharpe a teacher at the Maryland pastor of the church officiated. School for the Deaf in Fred- Honorary bearers were mem- erick. bers of the Carroll Manor Lions Miss Virginia Lee Price of members of the Frederick Newtown Square, Pa., has been HARRY C. EDMONDS Harry C. Edmonds, husband of the late Helen V. Edmonds, East Trurd Street, died early Wednesday at Nui sing Home follow i n g lengJiy illness. Born in Frederick County, son of the late Eystor W. and laa R. Edmonds, he was 86 years old. He is survived by two daughters, Miss Margaret H. Edmonds, Baltimore and M r s . Tax Reform Package Nearly Ready -ci, vi.^u ,.-..., ^mo, meinueis ui me ricucnv-n. _ , C n , . u w i i .ji^um c, ra., lias uccn ' 117 A ouTWr'TnM r A P ^ Th*» the. Frederick | C c u n t y K oads, Board, directors appointed an assistant to the di- , ^AbHiNiaUN (At?) - ine resentatives of other religious share them with their children, or political groups. GEORGE WM. BIDLE R.F.D. 1, Frederick, Md. Registration For Toe, Tap, Ballet Modern Jazz CINDY'S TOE TAP STUDIO 625 North Market St. 663-4451 Foam Rubber Center RELIABLE JUNK CO. 5th East Sts. Cut To Size While You Wait We Sell Naugahyde Phone 663-4482 Let Us Clean Your Home B. S. W. ENTERPRISES Call 371-7730 6:30 To 8 P.M. Painting With Brush Barn, Roof Minor Repair Excellent References CL 3-3062 AFTER 5 P.M. Fair Time! Plan your exhibit with Creative Signs GROFF SIGN STUDIO Rear 904 East St. 662-6266 Frederick Landscape Service Seeding - Shrubbery Free Estimates 618 Grant Place 662-5760 stress the importance of normal weight (obesity often be- Exactly how the new Senate will work with the Thieu-Ky I gins in youth), form good diet government cannot be forecast habits by serving more foods now. The Senate slates are n o t ' Ford Reunion SEPTEMBER 10 Grossnickle Church Parish Hall Top Quality Beef 473-8588 or 473-8619 By The Quarter, Hatf or Whole By The Half, 50c Per Lb. Cut For Freezers R. D. HEMP SON Jefferson low in saturated fats and fewer expected to stay together but to loods rich in cholesterol, en- split up among blocs just as the I courage children to keep assembly has done, physically fit through regular In addition, a 137-member exercise, teach children that House of Representatives is bad for health, and be elected Oct. 22. will rector of admissions. Miss Price, a 1987 graduate a fand Virginia Milk Producers of Hood, assumed her duties a i of the Mutual Insurance Company and directors of the Mary- .Johnson Administration is near- make doctor c heck-ups a fam- ing completion of a tax ~-- Ceramic Work Shops Now Forming Serving The Public For Over 9 Years Call 663-5878 For Information PEG'S CERAMIC SHOP Association. Active bearers, this week as an additional staff members of member and will work under Carroll Manor Lions Club, were the direction of Mrs. Bart Nor- C. Lester Dudrow, Willis D. Remsberg, Robert F. Strailman. Emory E. Remsberg Jr., man. director of admissions. Miss Price will assist in interviewing students, visiting pro- ijy routine. of Psfato and eift taxes Good livine patterns ingrained Texas Flooded By ot estate ana gut taxes tnrou gh childhood are likely to 7 last. If they do last, the individual will have fewer risk in a quarter century, vision 7 Inches Of Rain Joy Reunion MT. TABOR PARK Rocky Ridge, Md. September 24 Trash Removal Residential, Commercial Industrial For daily pickup call Sanitary Disposal of Frederick Phone 662-6363 Septic Tank Cleaning PAUL R. KOLB Sh. 473-8218 or 663-6960 J vince. per cent oil depletion allow- factors wor king against him BONHAM, Tex. (AP)--Near- daring the adult years in which 'y seven inches of rain flooded in Mount Olivet Eloise C. Main, Frederick; two j ose ph E. Hering and Leonard spective students sisters, Mrs. Lena Hooker, Frederick, and Mrs. Charles Speilman, Hagertown, and one niece and one nephew. He was a member of the Church of the Brethren and the Mountain City Lodge No. 29 of the Knights of Pythias. Edmonds operated the bar- I. Davis. Burial was cemetery. M. R. Ecchison and Son, funeral directors. PHILL'PS G. PEARSON Funeral services for Phillips sq uare Garner Pearson, husband of a t h i schools throughout the nation, and meeting with alumnae groups to keep them informed of the admissions program at the college. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick K. Price of Newtown Pa., Miss Price is a graduate of Poland Seminary CHICAGO ( A P i - A language barrier proved too much for three bandits Tuesday. Police said the gunmen tried to force three cleanmp men to let them into a North Side restaurant. But the workers, who were cleaning outside the rest a u r a n t , wore unable to understand because thev had arrived recently from Brazil and spoke c o m e _ e r y only Portuguese. After a brief struggle, the M.U'RICK gunmen fled empty handed. Police were vague about details of the encounter because they, too. were having trouble with the language Walter Reed General Hospital at Fort Detrick on Friday were hold at the All Saints Episcopal Church on Monday at 11 a.m. The Rev. Maurice" D. Ashbury rector of the church officiated. Pallbearers wore Donald W. Falconer, Richard S. She'.or. F r j_ James R. Kennedy, Edward L. Trey, Herbert H. Meier, and Carl C. Carty. M. R. Etchison Son, f u n - eral directors. J A M E S C. BURGEE The funeral of James Clayton Burgee, husband of Mrs. Annabelle Wright Burgos, who died Wednesday, was held Saturday at 2 p.m'. from th e Etchison funeral home, 103 E. Church St. The Rev. David F. Kolda. pastor of Jefferson Methodist Church, officiated. Pallbearers were Austin Younkins, Roger E Clary, George C Burns, Donald Lindsay, Maur'co Carlisle and Ralph B. Z i m m e r m a n . Burial w a s in the Lutheran Jefferson. At Hood she served as presi- den, of the senior class, was elected to Who's Who Among American College Women, was photography editor of the school t , ave yearbook, and participated in numerous college organizations. In May of this year she was ber shop in the Frederick Hotel Sarah Cannady Pearson of East Hign Schoo , in Poland ohio for many years until his retire- Church Street, who died at the ment about ten years agrj. Friends may call at the Robert E. Dailey and Son F u i u r a l Home, North Market Street, from 7 to 9 p.m. today and from 3 to 5 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday. Services will be held in the funeral home at 11 a.m. day conducted by the Rev. Merlin E. Garber, pastor of the Church of the Brethren. Interment will be in Mount Olivet Cemetery. Bandits Foiled By Lan«iua«i- Barrier selected by the student b o d y this year As now contemplated, the tax n e a r _~ attack . reforms would apparently result ^ re at the ·r. no tax windfall for the Treasa ^ ' sury Department but would basically represent a shifting of tax burdens. This would run counter to sup- uorters of a congressional drive to tighten exemptions and special preferences in the present tax law to reduce or even eliminate the need for a tax increase. One of the targets is the oil dcp'etion allowance which some ·ritics want lowered to 15 pe Opponents of the allowance tried unsuccessfully for years to lower it. Present indications are that they'll get no help from the administration becomes campaign a real leader Strikes Threatened Tii New York City, Detroit Schools Instead, the reform program is exoected to cover estate and as the senior who had contributed the most to the college in her four years and was crowned "Princess Hood" by ment bonds, tax-exempt founda- Dr. Handle Elliott, president of t ions and churches, and the By The Abbociated Press The vase school systems of New York City and Detroit moved closer to massive strikes today and empty classrooms in cities across tne nation marked the failure of school boards and teachers to agree on issues of salary and educational policy. New York City's United Federation of Teachers rejected wha;. was described as a final proposal from a mediation panel Tuesdav onlv hours after I A cAuc^-Lfu lu cuvei traidLt: tinu , _ T . .. T . , . ,,, P ift taxes, industrial develop- Mayor John V. Lindsay strongly recommended acceptance. The part of Bonham in North Texas today, routing several families! from their homes. i The deluge, falling steadily j through the night, sent Power . Creek surging out of banks and ; put muddy water in at least two food, stores. It was waist deep in tome parts of town. Bonham gauges measured 6.75 inches of rain in less than 24 'lours. Persistent but comparatively Kght rains fell on most other northern sections of Texas but the rains eased off in the sodden southern part of the state. I Tomatoes Pave Street i With Squishy Red Goo j OAKLAND, Calif. ( A P ) -Ripe tomatoes--19^ tons of them --plopped onto a main JAYCEE Chicken Barbecue Sunday, Sept. 10, 1967 12 Noon Until 7:30 P.M. At Thurmont Firemen's Carnival Grounds Peaches J. H. Hale Elberts Plums Damsons CLABAUGH'S ORCHARD Phone 271-7382 the college. Chest X-Ravs multiple exemptions corporations sometimes claim by set- dnf up paper subsidiaries,. Officials are also discussing-but no decisions have been . , A* A ' i i i i ~ » I i fc-'lVk/L^CU U l l l l S £l I I I d 111 teachers threaten mass resigna- Oakland stn £ t Tuesday , creat . lions on Monday the first day o · i h { J school, a move that would affect M J 1.1 million pupils. Detroit's 300,000 pupils, scheduled to go back to school today. The tomatoes were in a pair of 18-foot-long trailers that over- (C'ontinued From Page One) cility, 9 to 11:30 a . m . : S. Market "St. ( M a r k e t Basket', 1 to 3:15 p . m . : Holiday Inn (U.S. 40 w e s t ) . 3:30 to 5 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 16--Frederick Shopping Comer, 10:30 a.m. sions for tax purposes of Social made-the possibility of includ- s.ayed home as the opening was ing the changed tax treatment ot the elderly which the House Ways and Means Committee rejected in approving an increase in Social Security benefits. Under this svstem, the exclu- to 4:30 p.m. Monday, ?ept. i a' bank Brunswick 5 '30 p m : to 8 p.m. Tuesdav, Uiehardson Denies P o l i t i c a l A m b i t i o n s COLUMBIA, S.C. ( A P ) Former New York Yankee second baseman Bobby Richardson Saturday evening. M. SNYDER Funeral services for Maurice M. Snyder, of Browningsville, who died Thursday were hold Funday at 2 p . m . " ;t the O l i n L. Molesworth Funeral Home. Damascus. The Rev. Richard C. Johnson, pastor of Bethesda Meth- Hanson Apts.. odist Church, Browningsville, off i c i a t e d Prudence Lodge No. !!)() A.F. and A.M . Mt. A i r v , conducted Masonic memorial services at the funeral home Jefferson 10 a.m. to noon; (Theater i, 1:30 to Cooper's Tavern, (i says he has "no plans whatever" for a political career. Richardson, whoso home is Sumter, S.C., has boon mention Ld in published reports as a possible candidate for South Carolina's 5th District seat now hold by Rop. Tom Gottys, a Democrat. Since his retirement from baseball af.or the li'fili season. Richardson, 32, has boon in the insurance business. Woods To (iive Up i. ahor Day Boating Pallbearers were Jack Smith. W i l l i a m Smith, Roger Baker. Ray Snyder, James Bi'rdetie and H-irold Bennett Bui ial was in Bethesda M e t h - odist Cemetery, Browningsville M 1 H M V KLKK^K NALI K Y Funeral services for \ o i m . i Eleese N a l l e y , 82. who cliod I ' l i day at the Frederick al H o s p i t a l , wore hold Tuesday at 2 p m . at the Bethel Church of God in Locust Valley. The R e v . M. Eugene Bur.^e S f f i c i a t o d . l'allbe;nors wore Garv, B ' i l . Raymond. J i m . Eddie and Charles N a l i c v . and Crcig Baln ' h o Sept. 19 Y.M C.A.. 9 a . m . to noon: Knoxville ( L u t h e r a n C h u r c h ) 1 to 2-30 p m : Potersville (('dates' Corner i. :i to f p.m ; v i l l e . 5::;i to 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 10 a.m. p . m . : I .'nooln Apts., 4 30 p m : Frederick J a i l . ." to '.i p.m. T h u r s d a y , Sept. 21 - West Patrick Shopping Center, i l ' 3 0 a in. to 2 p m. Security benefits, the retirement income credit and the extra $600 personal exemption for persons 65 and over would be teplaced by a flat exemption-- ;2,30i for single persons and Brunswick S4.000 for married couples. This program would not a r fect the tax-free status of 16 million elderly who pay no tax. About 2 R million wou'd enjoy tax cuts, .he Treasury said. The taxes of the r e m a i n i n g coo million elderly would bo raised. A n v tax reform message is 'ilso likolv to reject the uso of I ax incentives to finance such projects as p o l l u t i o n control and (lie cost of col'ogo ,'ducation. Burkitts- 20--John ;o 12:30 1:30 to Countv Lute Scratches ixon KomiH'v K m , C o u n T t i ' , ( , r ' r k I o v o r , P.wolinp GIF , P'-cj A/'i. n I i ' t r u i ·· Set ret b ' p Cn..-!i".s H c , i ( f y · - · ! H o r e u Jh . . S i x t l R . i c c LOVP I i t t l c V r . s T L ork.i. V ,k.'t PWlIK N.ii! 'Err Bonny S t - v » nth R.ici- Miss Fin-jpr K Wh IT) V o m Cit'ttum, F - r t i r S i r . l t o q a F g h t h R,«|. W i l d O^t BOS', ON i A P i -- Richard M. Nixon holds a decided lead for t h e Republican presidential n o m i n a t i o n , and it will take "an impressive showing in the primaries" for Michigan Gov. George Rcmney to overtake Mm, the Christian Science Mon- i'or reports. put off to Thursday so negotiations could continue between the Board of Education and the Federation of Teachers. Lt. Gov. William Milhken said, "There is n o sign of a settlement." Some 1'J.OOO pupils who trooped to classrooms in other Michigan school districts were sent home Tuesday w h e n t h e i r teachers refused to show up without now contracts. Millikon expected another 74,000 to be sent home today. By Thursday, he said, the figure could reach 500,OOU. \bout 24.000 pupils in East St Louis, 111 , were in their second week at home as a teacher bov- c'jtt closed most classes. Only ;s(K) (if the 920 teachers have reported lor w o r k The Brow ard C o u n t y school boaid in Foil Lauderdale, Fla.. decided Tuesday to close its schjols u n t i l Sept. 25 a l t e r .!,534 mombi'i.s ot the Classroom '1 eachers Association voted Tuesday .o s u b m i t resignations The action bv the Eon Lau- (lenlale teachers came just a f t - er G o v . Claude R. K i r k Jr named a commission to develop a plan for quality e d u c a t i o n , t u i t said he would not rail a special session of the legi.sia;ure to ap propriato more monov for education and salaries as demanded by teacher groups- u n t i l the l.Vmnn.h study is completed Teacher-school board dispute.- also threatened N'ewport. R I , IN MEMORlA/V ·----s, h»---_^«----^^_---,---^ In Memoriam ('RUM -- In loving memory of our husband and father Mau- lice D. Crum who passed away six years ago on Sept. (i. 1961. Days and nights Dung sad memories Of a loved one laid to rest He w i l l never bo forgotten by The onos who loved him b--' t We miss you, our hearts are sad As time goes by WL miss you more Crab Feed Sponsored by BUCK BASS SPORTSMAN CLUB SEPT. 9, 1 to 5 P.M. Lewistown Social Club Pavilion in Mountaindale Corn on the cob and other fine eats. Tickets may be purchased at Rodger's Restaurant N. Market St. Ext. or Charlotte's Restaurant in Walkersville. Ticket sale ends 6 p.m. Sept. Shippers Red Nectarines Bartlett Pears Rambo Apples Prune Plums PRYOR ORCHARD 2 rni. West of Thurmont On Pryor Rd. Phone "271 -2693 East View Country Fair Shookstown Rd. SEPT. 9 from 3 p.m. Until Auction 6 p.m. Food-Games-Prizes-Bake Sale R a f f l e Come one, come all, everyone welcome ESTATE AUCTION R. M. Thomas and A. T. Du» row. as Adminis. C.T.A. of the Est. of Ralph G. Thomas, will sell Cattle, Machinery, Dairy Equip., Household butchering items on the Ralph G. Thomas farm located between Rt. 15 and New Design Rd., 1 mile south of Adamstown. Md. on Wed., Sept. 13 at 10:30 a.m. H. Reese Shoemaker, Jr., Attorney 117 N. Court St., Frederick, Md. Glenn Jas. G. Trout, Aucts. Mehrle N. Wachter, Clerk School Girls! Back to school Haircuts Reduced! Effective AUG. 29 thru 7 SEPT. 13. Reg. $2.50, Now $1.75. ! MARCEL HAIRSTYLISTS I 662-6116 Attention All Unit«»us | There will be an important special meeting of the United ( our loving smile, your gentle F ' ire Co on Wed Sepl 6 at Septic Tank Cleaning NELSON TUCKER G62-8474 MERLE C. SUMMERS Painting, Masonry, Carpentry Spouting, Cement Work Phone 371-6891 i Featuring the New Baby Doil i Collection of Hair Styles For Fall ECKER'S BEAUTY SALON MO. 2-2471 I Charlotte' Soft Shell Crabs I Hard Shell Crabs i Pan Fried Ch;cken Steaks. Seafood Platters CHARLOTTE'S Walkorsville, Md. face No one can ever f i l l your place. L O V I N G W I F E FAMILY R pm We urge all to attend ' - -PRESIDENT i A state by-state survey shows Arrtrtnn T"Al«a ^irlf I he former vice president is pre- rtmong I He O/CK ft . rm , by pollticlal , eaders ,£ 28 GroUn. Conn . R a n d o l p h . Mass., School, RED .states with 628 convention dele- a n d McCrackon County, K y . , mer Alabama gubernatorial candidate, says he's giving up Labor Day outings on bis yacht. And he has reason. Last year on Labor Day, ho and his f a m i l y wont boating in the Gulf of Mexico. The boat caught fir e and exploded, injuring Woods and his 'wo sons. The boat was destroyed. Monday, the f a m i l y was on the Gulf again in a now yacht. A fire broke out in the engino room. This time, with the help of the Coast Guard, it was extinguished safely. "Next year," said Woods, "We'll have a barbecue in the back yard " EWSPAPERfl R C H! V E ® _TM I I I BKRT L HORINK Funeral services for Hubert L H'trinp of lofforson. who .lied Monday, will take place Thurs- H n v nt 2 n m. f r n m 'ho Ete'iKon Funeral Home, 106 K Church St The Rev. Walter F Tan- port, pastor of St. Paul's .'j.;h- or,'«n Church, Jofforson, will off i c i a t e B u r i a l will bp in the Je'forson L"thpran Comoterv Frionds aro invited to call at tho funeral homo MRS. KIV\ I. FOX Funeral services for M r s Edna Iroro Fox of East Seventh Mr. Frank P. 1, Mt. Airy was recently trans- nate votos, t'.ie .Monitor said fcred from tho Frederick Memorial Hospital to the Frederick Nursing Center, Toll House Avenue. S'roct, who died at the Frederick Memorial Hospital on Saturday, wore hold at the E t c h i son Funoral Tlorne. 106 E Church St. on Tuesday at 11 a.m. The Rev. Robert F. Wo id- ward, pastor of iho First Baptist Church, officiated. Pallbearers wore W i l l i a m Mann Donald Stevens Irving Slmnkle. Warren Stevens, Mich- aol Crist and Clarence Shafi r Burial was in Frederick Memorial Park. Tuesdav in a copyright dispatch by Washington correspondent Godfrey Sperling Jr. Bv himso'f. Romnoy is the nreforenoe of Republican leaders m nine states with 254 dolcgatos. the article said, nnd "only 10 states, that will have 488 delegate votes, aro leaning toward the Romney-( N o w York Gov Nelson A . ) Rockefeller oamp, when com- 'vnod " The survov arirt«H that should v:\on and California Gov. Ron- · Id Reacran. the choice of three ctr»tos with a potential total of i"^ doloffatos. "combine their forces, tlioro may bo no stooping them." L O C A L M h N T I ( , N S ( a r d Of Thanks The f a m i l y of James C. Bur fjee a c k n o w l e d g e w i t h deep ai, i m a l i o n the man;, acts uf k ncines-, card-i flowors . o - i r : e - ] ( ) i ] s of s y m p a t h y s h o w n tl.e f a n u l v d u r i n g t h e i l l i i i - - . ^ ;md recvnt d e a t h of our dt a r l y I . ' l o v u l hu.sSatid and f a t h e r ' T H E F A M I L Y D A I R Y H E R D S S E L L I N G , AT A U C T I O N i;: HoLSTElNS- N E A R L Y ALL R E G I S T E R E D ' TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 19 ' u ::0 I On tho f a r m 2 ' _ - m i l e s South of M i d d l o t o w n and 4 m i l " s | northeast of Jofforson on Bussard Road, in Frederick Coun schools. Negro protests troubled t y , Md. and 55 C o w s - i n Bred Heifers duo s h o r t l y Rolling D.H LA. average ..{,435 3 T', 504 C u r t i s s and M a r v l a n d - schools in Milwaukee, Wis Woodville, Miss. ('urmirha* 1 ! In Aljjirrs M I A M I , Fla ( A P ) - Black Power advocate Stokely Carmi- chaol is scheduled to arrive in Algiers T'.uirsdiy, Havana Rad i o said today. The Miami-monitored broad cast said Carmichael would make the trip "after finishing a visit to the Democratic Republic f Viet Nam " Carmichael wont to Hanoi Aug 31 aftor being the guest ot F : dol Castro's government in Cu f .a. V i r g i n i a brooding. Two oxcep t i o n a l bulls havo also been used whoso d a m s have over 800F Millie's Lunch | i Formerly N o r m a n ' s G r i l l ) I L U N C H SPECIAL ' E V E R Y DAY HOc ; ALSO D i n n e r s , Sandwiches Coftee, Sodas, etc. Ul S M.i! ket St. Frederick, Md. K i w a n i s .~th A n n u a l Auction I K i w a n i s C l u b Of Frederick ' Benefit of Handicapped Children SEPT (I 10 A M At The J u d g i n g P a v i l i o n Fr den^k F a i r Main Ite'n-, Now I'seel Riiii'ma: 1 ,!- Tablo Bake Stan;! Refreshment Stand Your Attendance Will Bo Appreciated Mrrcrr. I'oole ( a i i n a c k Reunion W a i k e r s v i ' l e C a r n i v a l Grounds Sopt 10 12 o'clock Bring Basket Lunch Smokehouse Apples Plums FLANK;AN ORCHAKD T h u r m o n t , Md. 271-2775 Concrete Construction A real top I ? l s t o i n herd w i t h Basements, Patios. Walks. Curbs about half of them due to fresh( i i near sale t i m o Most o f t h o r n are young w i t h good udders and o! pleasing type. Sale in tent. Catalogs at ringside. MEREDITH BOYER Middlotown, Md. \ Doty Romshurg .Trfforsin, Md. Sale Mg. * Auctioneer G u t t e r s . Etc By Well Qualified Contr-ictor HARRIS CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION 201 Catoctin Avenue WV3-3426 Mobile Home Repairs All Typos of Furnaces Cleaned and Repaired Call 663-KvJl Painting Interior Exterior Free Estimate J O H N N Y SHANKLE SON Phone: 898-9626-663-5239 Big Summer Sale! "'old Boor Steamed Crab? Soft Crabs "old Melors Cook Out Tood And Supplies J O H N N Y ' S M.-.KKET 7th Markoi Sts. Paper Hanging W'wdrow ( B i l l ) Anderson PI?ONE f)63-. r ,-t87 Ground Burnt Lime J!2 M) Per Tor Deiivervl And rproad MOSER'S L I M E PuANT I 3 hone 371-'" 10 Dress I'p Youi Hume Window Shades, unmu.. 69c V e n e t i a n Blinds $3.20 L i n o l e u m , 6' w i d hs ft 69c 3 x 12 Lmolojm Rug. $6.6^ ROUTZAI'N S BUDGET C E N T E R 75 Stiutii Market St. I l e n r \ B l a k Top Paving Old D r i v e Ways, Fetched 4 Liquid Soa' Coated OsspooK \n«l Septic Tanks Cleaned, R o p - i i o d a a Installed Day or Niiiht P h ^ n t 47-'-82»4 B A W mSPoSAI SERVICE Armstronij Floor i~ Pnfes,' onally Installed No Carrying Ch! !·) To 6 Mo Visit O'.ir Wallpanor Dept SHERW1N \Vh.LIAMS CO 28 E. Patrick 6

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