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Deaths MRS. ZOLA VIRGINIA BLACK Mrs. Zola Virginia Black, 58, wife of Sherman L. Black of New Windsor, died Thursday at University Hospital in Baltimore following an illness of three days. Sb« was born in Carroll County a daughter of Mrs. Vergte Stub Hess of near Mt. Airy, and the late Richard N. Hess. She was twice married. Her first husband was the late William C. Foreman. Besides her husband and mo-, ther, survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Betty J. Stitley of near Mt. Airy, and Mrs. Virginia I. Crose of Monrovia; four sons, Francis C. Foreman of .Taneytown, Robert W. Foreman of Littlestown, Pa., Leo D. Foreman of Sykesville, and Ronald A. Foreman of Hanover, Pa.; 13 grandchildren; a brother, Ambrose Hess of Taneytown; two half brothers, Lloyd R. Hess of Taneytown, and Jacob A. Hess of near Littlestown, Fa.; and a half sister, Mrs. Frank Pittinger of Union Bridge. She was a member of the United Methodist Church at Taneytown. Friends may call at the New Windsor funeral home of D. D. Hartzler and Sons this evening. Services will be held Saturday at 2 p.m. at the United Methodist Church in Taneytown. The Rev. Arthur Garvin and the Rev. Thornton Black will officiate. Interment will be in the United Funerals MRS. MARY B. H. CORUN Graveside services for Mrs. Mary Biggs Hammond Corun who dirt Tuesday at Frederick Memorial Hospital, were held Thursday at Glade Cemetery in Walkersville. The Rev. A. D. Salmon, pastor of All Skints Episcopal burch in Frederick, officiated. Pallbearers were Stanley Staey, Edwin Bacbmann, Paul £nith, Frank Cramer, and ieorge Flickinger. The Barton Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. CLARENCE A. COOPER SR. Funeral services for Clarence A. Cooper Sr., of RFD 3, Frederick, who died on Sunday at the Veteran's Administration enter in Martinsburg, W. Va., were held Thursday at the Asbury United Methodist Church. The Rev. Odell R. Carr, the pas- or, officiated, assisted by Rev. Alice B. Carr and Rev. Joseph Ogle. Pallbearers were Albert Hall, Garfield Hoy Jr., Robert Ma- ruder, Francis Foreman, David -ayer, James Hardy Sr., John Lee and Vincent Key. Interment was held in Fairview Cemetery. Hicks Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. Brethren Cemetery town. ______ in Taney- DR. FLOYD M. GREEN 'Dr. Floyd Milton Green, 82, of 2044 Fairfax Road, Columbus, Ohio, died Wednesday at his residence. He was retired from the Columbus Mutual Insurance Co., after having served for 50 years as medical examiner. He was a 1919 graduate of the Ohio State University Medical School. Besides his wife, Mrs. Verba C. Green, of Ohio, survivors include one sister; one son, Theron D. Green, a former resident of Frederick but now residing at 2l East First St., Dugway Proving Grounds, Dugway, Utah; three grandsons; and two great- grandsons. The body is at the Schoedinger's North West Chapel in Columbus, Ohio, where services will be conducted Saturday at 10 a.m. Interment Columbus. will be in JOHN T. TAYLOR John T. Taylor Jr., 96, of Rocky Ridge, dies Friday morning at the Frederick Nursing Home. He was born in Frederick County, a son of the late John T. and Mary J. Barrick Taylor. He is survived by one brother Lawrence Taylor of Rocky Ri^ge ·hree nephews and five nieces The body is at the Creager Funeral Home in Thurmon where friends may call after 7 p.m. Saturday. Funeral ser vices will be conducted at the funeral home Monday at 10:30 ajn. Interment will be in Mt Olivet Cemetery, Frederick. Bond Of Rap Brown Forfeited To State ELLICOTT CITY, Md. (AP)Black Militant H. Bap Brown's $10,000 bond is due to be paic today by the Eastern Shore Bail Bond Service, Judge James Macgill ordered the money forfeited when Brown failed to appear in Howard County Circuit Court a month ago on charges of arson and inciting to riot in connection with 1967 civil disorders in Cambridge, Md. Theforfeiture was to be effective by today. Brown has been placed on the FBFs list of most wanted criminals. Man Guilty In Murder Of Former Local Woman A Superior Court jury In I eral Agents to Metaire, La,, Bridgeport, Coon., found ex-eon- rlct Louis Cofone guilty at first degree murder in the strangulation of Mrs. Carol Mack, a Wilton, Conn., housewife during a robbery in January. Mrs. Diack was aformer resident of Frederick. She was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schulenes, who resided on East ALBERT H. GABRIEL Funeral services for AlbertH* labriel, husband of Suzanne Arnoux Gabriel, who died Tuesday, were held with prayers at the U.R. Etcbison and Son Funeral lome, 106 E. Church Street, Thursday at 9:30 a.m. A sung mass of Christian burial was celebrated at St. John's Catholic Ihurch at 10 a.m. by Fr. William E. Becker, the assistant pastor. Pallbearers were, Thomas Imith, C. Gordon Smith, Robert ). Oakley and Chester G. Stone. nterment was in the Ijamsville Methodist Cemetery. Second Street, when Schluenes was manager of Die local telephone co. The Schluenes' now resides in Virginia. The jury was told to reconvene, when according to Connecticut law, it would hear additional testimony and decide the penalty, electrocution or life imprisonment. In reaching a first degree verdict, flie jury rejected a key defense contention, the 32-year-old Cofone was legally insane when he went to the home of Mrs. Diack, 33, wife of a New York City executive and the mother of four children, strangled her and took her pocketbook. The killing occured less than six months after Cofone was paroled from the state prison in Somers, Conn., where he had served nine years for rape and where he had been receiving psychiatric treatment. Cofone was arrested by Fed- ROBERT ERNEST WETZEL Funeral services for Robert Ernest Wetzel of Union Bridge, who died Monday, were held Thursday at 10 a.m. at the Libertytown funeral home of D. D. Hartzler and Sons. The Rev. Harold W. Bowser, pastor of the Union Bridge Church of the Brethren, officiated. Pallbearers were Roy Peters, Marshall Testerman, Harry Fox, Alton Brashears, John Wolfe, and John Kline. Interment was in the Bethany Cemetery in Taylorsville. where he was found working as a motel night clerk, eight days after the killing of Mrs. Diack on June 7. Testimony in the trial began last Tuesday and witnesses included the victim's 11-year-old son. James, who found his mother's body. Testimony was also heard from Mrs. Kathryn Stuary, a housewife, who lived about a mile from Mrs. Diack and who was robbed and forced at knife- point to drive Cofone to Stamford shortly after the murder, where he left her bound and gag-' ged in a cemetery and then drove her car to New York. These psychiatrists testified, one for the defense and two for the state. Dr. Jerold Grossman of Stamford, thedefensepsychia- trist, said that Cofone told him he had consumed about a pint of liquor and a quantity of cocaine before the murder. He also said that he had been taking cocaine and occasionally heroine for several weeks, and had been experiencing a feeling of impending doom. Dr. Grossman said he believed Cofone was operating under an impulse he couldn't control to bring about his own self-destruction through performing a violent act. First Park Band Concert Sunday The first band concert of the summer season will be given Sunday at 8 p.m. In the Baker Park bandshell by the West Frederick Junior High School Band under the direction of John 9e- zak, music instructor at West Frederick. The concerts this year will be under the jurisdiction of the City Recreation Commission with Richard Shipley as chairman. For many years the successful park concerts on Sunday evenings were under the direction of Harvey Harrington who died earlier this year. LOCAL MENTIONS "Notice Any person trespassing on my property between Charlotte Stull and George Tribby will be dealt with according to law. GEORGE C KLINE Kaapp Shoes Farm Shoes Shoes for Casual Wear On Sale This Month RUDY HAMILTON Walkersville 345-8145 The ring system of the planet Saturn is 170,000 miles across but only about 10 miles thick. It looks solid, but probably is made up of countless grains of ice and dust. IN MEMORIAM VFWGolfCourse Dedication Set For Saturday A short service will be held Saturday, June 6, at 10:30 a.m. at the local VFW golf course to dedicate a bell and plaque as a tribute to the deceased golfing members. Installation of the bell, in addition to being a memorial, is to serve a dual purpose-to eliminate a safety hazard on the ninth fairway. Golfers playing their second shots, due to a hill obstructing their view, cannot be seen by oncoming players. A sounding of the bell will act as a signal to golfers on the tee that the way is clear to drive. All golfing members and relatives of the deceased golfers are requested to be present for the dedication service. The bell, plaque and shelter were donated by Harry L. Decker of Frederick, who is an ardent golfer and member of the VFW Country Club. Charles R. Wolfe C. R. Wolfe Named To Commission N. Koreans Seize Seoul Naval Craft SEOUL (AP) - Two North Korean speedboats fired on a South Korean naval craft today in the Yellow Sea and took the boat and all 20 crewmen to the North, the South Korean Defense Ministry announced. The incident took place in waters west of Yonpyong-Do Island, 70 miles west of Seoul, the ministry said. The general area is near the seaward extension of the military demarcation line that separates South Korea from the Communist North. Brig. Gen. Roh Young-suh, spokesman for the ministry, said it apparently was a "premeditated attack." He described the South Korean craft as a loudspeaker' mounted boat engaged in a routine mission to protect South Korean fishing boats operating in the area from violating the border line. He did not say whether the South Korean vessel resisted the seizure or whether she suffered any casualties or damages in the North Korean firing. Defense Minister Chung Nae- hyuk called an emergency meeting of his aides to study the situation. The naval incident took place while a Cambodian good will mission was in Seoul to seek military assistance. South Korea has said it was ready to provide nonmilitary assistance to Cambodia but not military help aTthis stage. This was the first time a South Korean naval vessel had been seized by North Korea since the armistice went into effect July 27, 1953. Naval battles have been fought by North Korean naval vMseli or infiltration botti and South Korean navy ships. Weekend Weather To Be Sunny, Cool Cool temperatures and showers predicted for today will give way to sunshine over the weekend though the mercury will stay in the low and middle 70s. Late afternoon showers dropped .02 of an inch of rain in the Frederick area Thursday. Today's forecast calls for showers and thunderstorms beginning in the afternoon and ending by tonight. Skies will remain cloudy throughout the day. The mercury is expected to rise to the middle 70s today and drop overnight into the 50s. Skies on Saturday and Sunday will be mostly sunny and precipitation is unlikely. Temperatures will range from 72 to 80 degrees. The high temperature Thursday was 77 degrees and the overnight low was 59. It has been announced that Charles R. Wolfe had been appointed by Governor Marvin Mandel to the State Real Estate Commission, for a four year term beginning June 1. Mr. Wolfe will represent the Western Counties of the State. The new Commissioner has. been in the real estate business for 15 years during which time he successfully completed numerous courses sponsored by American University and the National Association of Home Builders. Most of his career has been spent with two well known local firms, District-Maryland Realty, Inc., and Kettler Brothers, Inc. Presently, Wolfe is active as President of Wolfe, Matan Sheehan Realty, Inc., with offices in the cities of Rockville and Frederick, and Alexandria, Va. He also is active in a number of other businesses and community functions including Director of Montgomery Banking and Trust Company, Director of Family Services of Montgomery County, Inc., and Director of Potomac Chapter of Rotary International. The National Association of Home Builders has honored Wolfe with a life membership in the Million Dollar Circle in recognition for his many years ot-successful sales. Woodsboro Citizens Form Organization WOODSBORO- Interpretation and clarification of by laws and the appointment of a nominating committee marked an organizational meeting Tuesday of the Woodsboro District Citizens Association at the Evangelical Lutheran Church here. Organizational Chairman Walter B. Duggan will head the nominating committee which will meet then determine a date for the next meeting of th6 association. Duggan suggested to the membership, "If we find a cause that is worthwhile, let* s promote it together, or fight it together." The group agreed that no elected public official may hold office in the association, and that regular quarterly meetings be held the first Tuesday of June, September, December and March. The Rev. David Himmler proposed that in the interest of continuity the four principal officers-president, vice president, secretary and treasurer- serve no morethantwo one-year terms. To qualify for membership in the WDCA, an individual must ·live in the Woodsboro area or own property therein. Senate OKs Addition To Ford's Theater WASHINGTON (AP) - A bill approved by the Senate Interior Committee Thursday would authorize the purchase of a building next to Ford's Theater in downtown Washington. The three-story structure adjacent to the theater where President Lincoln was fatally wounded would be used in connection with the Interior Department's theater museum. Estimated acquisition cost is $93,500. Personals Mr. and Mrs. Steven P. His-_ sey, New Market, announce the birth of an eight pound, nine ounce son, Skye, on June 4 at the Frederick Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Hissey is the former Meg Garner of Frederick. The baby will share his birthday with his parents as all three will observe June 4 birthdays. He. Eddie F. Whitmore, 20, son of Mrs. Audrey L. McDonald, Motter Avenue, recently was assigned as a crew chief with the 220th Reconnaissance Airplane Company near Phu Bai, Vietnam. Miss Susan Myralee Garst, RFD 1, Walkersville, received a bachelor of science degree in education from the Shippensburg State College, Shippensburg, Pa., in graduation ceremonies May 28. Miss Diane Lee Schuettinger, daughter of Mrs. Charles Price, RFD 8, Eastview, who is a junior at Oglethorpe College in Atlanta, Ga., is on an extensive tour of the Orient. She, along with several other students that are on a study program, will visit Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Bangkok and Manila. Among The Sick Miss Lori Ann and Master Michael Lee Reifsnider, children of Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Reifsnider Jr., Frederick, have returned to their home following tonsillectomies at the Frederick Memorial Hospital. Miss Ethel Bruchey, RFD 1, Walkersville, is a guest at the Monocacy Hall Nursing Home on North Market Street. She is reported in satisfactory condition and is allowed visitors. LOCAL MENTIONS Family Nights Saturday Nights At 8 Braddock Heights Fire Hall NOTtd HORSESHOW WINNER-Rosemary Vona, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Vona of Joselene Hills Morgan Horse Farm, is shown on Maestro Showhaw!'. Vona, handsome Morgan gelding, on which she won two blue ribbons in 4-H classes and a third in the Morgan gelding-in-hand class of the Frederick County Horse Show held recently at Barnesville, sponsored by the Frederick Jaycees. Miss Vona also won three other ribbons on the stallion, Count Bentida Vona. In Memoriam CARBAUGH--In loving memory of our son, Sgt. Woodrow F. Carbaugh, who was killed June 5, 1968, in the Republic of Vietnam. Dear Jesus, take this message, To our son you took away. Please tell him how we miss him These beautiful Spring days. Tell him Lord how much we love him But I am sure Lord, that he knows. For no son was ever sweeter, He was like the morning rose. Please tell him Lord we will join him Far beyond the setting sun When our earthly race is over And our chores on earth are done. MOM DAD LOCAL MENTIONS ORDER NISI ON SALES No. JMM Equity In tht Circuit Court for Frederick County lining In Eaulty May Term, 1WO In tht Matter of the Report of Sales filed the 3rd day of June, 1*70. Charles R. Anders, Jr., Trustee under Last Will and Testament of Ida E. Anders On Petition. Ordered, That on the 17th day of June, 1970, the Court will proceed to act upon the Report of Sales of Real Estate, reported to said Court by Charles H. Anders, Jr., Trustee, In the above cause, and filed therein as aforesaid to finally ratify and confirm the seme, unless cause to the contrary thereof be shown before said day; provided a copy of this order be Inserted In some newspaper published In Frederick County for three successive week* prior to said day. Tht report states the amount of sales to be $7,100.00. Dated this 3rd day of June, 1*70 ELLIS C. WACHTER, Clerk of tht Circuit Court far Frederick Cowry. curk Card of Thanks We wish to express our sincere thanks to the doctors and nurses of Frederick Memorial Hospital and Dr. Pruitt for their care of our husband and father, LeRoy E. Grams. Words can neved express our deep appreciation to all our friends, neighbors and relatives for their sympathy and acts of kindness during his illness and death. Also, Rev. Miller and Rev. Hamilton, tne pallbearers and the Brunswick Volunteer Ambulance. God Bless Each and Every one. THE LEROY GRAMS FAMILY THE NEWS. Frederick, Maryland Friday, Jmr S. U7I Paf e A-5 LOCAL MENTIONS Office of Mildred A. Cherry ELECTROLOGIST will be closed June 5 to 10 Strawberry Festival Saturday, June 13th--7 P. M. United Civic Association, Shookstown Games--Rides--Food Fried Chicken Ham Supper Creagerstown Parish Hall Saturday, June 13--Starting 4.0 Faithful Workers Society Benefit Building Fund Family Style, Dessert Included Adults $2.00, Children $1.00 LOCAL MENTIONS Crabs Fri. Sat. Hot Steamed Crabs Hot Steamed Shrimp Crab Soup Crab Cakes Soft Shell Crab Sandwich Sunday Special Ciab Imperial HAMILTON'S MT. REST. 2 Miles West of Frederick On Rt. 40 SNOWBALLS 15 cents 20 cents 700 W. Patrick Street Frederick, Md Open 6 to 10 P. M. weekdays 1 to 10 P. M. week-ends Cit . Health Dept. Approved Rummage Sale Sat., June 6, 9 till 1 Asbury Methodist Church Ducky's Elsie's Rest. Main Street, Woodsboro, Md. Special for Sun., June 7th Pork Chops, Baked Ham Fried Chicken, Sirloiner Steak Fried Oysters, Crab Cakes Fried Shrimp, Hamburg Steak Price $1.25 T-Bone Steak $3.00 Country Ham $2.00 Lucky Number was 26894 Ray Plogger Professional Piano Technician Desires to get Clientele In Frederick Surrounding Area Over 25 yrs. Experience Including 8 yrs. Graduate Training Call CHARLES BAKER at 662-8187 after 5 p. m. 7th annual John Stine Reunion will be held at Husky Park, June 14. Bring basket lunch. Meeting at 11:30, eat at 12. Card Of Thanks We wish to express our sincere thanks to the employees of Sagner, 4th. Street Plant for their gifts and flowers and to our many friends who have expressed their sympathy in our time of sorrow. God Bless You All. THE RENNER FAMILY Cookeville, Tennessee Fried Chicken Country Ham Supper KEMPTOWN CHURCH HALL Saturday, June 13, 2-7 P. M. Adults, $2.00 Children under 12 yrs., $1.00 Carryouts 25 cents extra Chicken Barbecue Sunday, June 14 Starting 12 Noon Til ? At Jefferson Community Center Benefit JEFFERSON FIRE CO. All You Can Eat $2.00 Bake Sale Welcome to CASTLE FARMS Now Open For 197Q Season Saturday Sunday 11 A. M to 7 P M Ice Cream Is Creamier Butter Is Just As Good Chicken Is Larger But Supply Limited For Chicken Orders Please Call 447-6233 From 9 in the morning until 6 at night See You This Week at CASTLE FARMS on the Monocacy River at Sixes Bridge between Detour Emmitsburg Kids' Day Carnival Fri, June 5, 2:30 to 9:30 p. m. SOUTH FRED. ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Sponsored by Shamrock Majorettes, Inc Bake Sale Saturday, June 6th, held at LEWISTOWN UNITED METHODIST CHURCH STRAWBERRIES FOR SALE, pick your own, bring own containers Paul Harper, Mountaindale Tra^h 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 FIDELITY Building . Loan Association with offices in the Fredericktown Bank and Trust Company Accepting Applications For Shares, Series 56 Opening July 4, 1970 Accounts Insured up to $30,000 Substantial Extra Dividends paid past six years Mortgage Loans Available To Share Holders Robert B. Eisenhauer Sec.-Treasurer Phone 662-8231 Strawberry Festival Saturday, June 6th ROCKY HILL CH., NR. WOODSBORO Country Ham Other Sandwiches Home Made Soups Other Food Games Entertainment Music by Walkersville H. S. Band Food Served Rain or Shine Urbana Elementary School STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL June 6, 1970 4-7:30 p. m. Country Ham Sandwiches, Sloppy Joes, Hot Dogs, Beverages Adult Children's Games Children's Performances 4-9:30 p. m. Strawberries Ice Cream Festival June 6, from 6 p. m. until MT. ZION METHODIST CHURCH at McKaig Music by Browningsville Band 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 Country Hams Sugar Cured Phone E. G. Sappington Frederick 662-3990 R. F. Sappington Lime Kiln, 874-2141 Smorgasbord Sunday, June 14 Family Style At Liberfytown Fire Hall Adults $2.00, Children $1.00 12-6 p. m. Bake Goods it Novelty Table 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. Fried Chicken . Country Ham Supper Corn Fritters Dessert Family Style June 20, 1970 2 p. m. until? Adults $2.00, Children 6 to 12 $1.00, Under 6, Free ARABY METHODIST CHURCH The Ballenger Girls' 4-H Club is holding a Mock Wedding for tne public It will be held at BALLENGER HALL in Feagaville on June 6, at 7:30 p. m. A Bake Sale will be held afterwards Rummage Sale Sat., June 6, 8 a. m. 308 N. Market St. Benefit of Pocahontas Family Night EVERY SATURDAY, 8 P. M. Yellow Springs Uons Community Hall 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 Plants For Sale Chester L. Grove 103 E. 8th. St. VEGETABLES FLOWERS Painting Carpentry LOW RATES Apply News-Post, Box 1808 The Donut Shoppe Will Have Kinklings For The Month of June End Of Newsprint Rolls Ideal for picnic tables, Child ren's art projects, any place where large quantity of low cost paper is required. 32 inches wide by hundreds of feet long. Only lOc 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 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. 3 Rms. New Furniture $288 Terms SHEPLEY'S 50 S. Market St. Open 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. RODGER'S Hard Shell Crabs Seafood Platters Pan Fried Chicken New York Strip Steak Rodger's, N. Market St. Ext, 663-3903 Announcement We are pleased to announce that Linda Lake is now a member of our staff at the Beauty Boutique, Brunswick, Md. For appointment Call 834-8451. Strawberry Festival Carroll Manor Elem. School June 6, 6 to 9 p. m Double M Ranch Day Camp for Girls Registration i Open House, June 7 12 Noon on ¥4 mi. from Kemptown on Rt. 80 PHONE 865-5150 Signs Sign Painting Truck Lettering General Sign Work TED POOLE Phone 663-9122 Reed Ford New Service Dept. Hours Effective June 1 8--5:30 Mon.-Fn. Closed Saturdays For Emergencies, Nights, Sundays and Holidays, See Reed Motor Co under A A.A in directory. Rummage Sale Saturday, June 6, 9 a m . at 302 N Market St Oak Hill Sunday School Class Are You In Need Of Additions--Garages or Carports? FREE ESTIMATES Phone 371-7113 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 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 . . . 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 Top Quality Beef By The Quarter, Half or Whole By The Half, 58c Per Lb. CV For Freezer R- D. HEMP k SONS Jefferson 473-5700, 7 To 5 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. Frederick Co. Chapter For Epilepsy For Info. Write P.O. Box 133 Frederick, Maryland Call 663-4231 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. ATTENTION ALL BASEBALL TEAMS See Us For Your Equipment Al Special Low Prices Formerly Bartgis . Zimmermai Is Closing Out All Sporting Goods At Low, Low Prices MERCHANT'S FIRESTONE STORE Spring Fever For your new home in the spring be sure to inspect Mea- dowcrest Subdivision. Lots are wooded. Located on Old Receiver Road at Shookstown^ CROCKER LTTTLE BUILDERS, INC. 9 X 12 Rugs -- Only $5.88 Open "fil 9 P. M. SHEPLEY'S -- 50 S. Market St. In Town FREDERICK GLASS SHOP 301 E. 4th Street 663-3117 Cessp.ols Septk Tanks Cleaned, Repaired St Installed Day or Night Phone 473-8294 B W. DISPOSAL SERVICE Study's Upholstery Shop Upholstery it Custom Drapes Free Pickup Delivery Thurmont, Md. -- 271-2590 Paper Hanging Woodtow (Bill) Anterson PHONE 663-5487 Grumman Canoe Special | From May 28th to June 7th Free [ With Purchase of any Grumman Canoe i l Pr. Paddles, Pair Ty-Downs \ and 1 Pair Cartop Carriers , DELPHEY'S SPORT STORE 140 West Patrick St. Free Customer Parking Formely Bartgis Zimmerman I I 36 E. Patrick St., l Frederick, Md. ' For Safe USED ALUMINUM PLATES 22%" wide; 36" length .009 thick Sturdy, but flexible 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- M. to 5 P. 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