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THE NEWS, Frederick, Maryland t, ifTt C I" r r, t i: SAYING GOODBYE AFTER TRANSPLANT-Gloria Leatherbury, left, 16, Salisbury, Md., who only 21 days ago received a kidney in a transplant operation at Ohio State University Hospital in Columbus, Ohio, gives a big hug to her mother, who donated the organ. Mrs. Kathleen Leatherbury said goodbye to her daughter Wednesday and returned to her Maryland home. Gloria will have to remain in the area for further medical treatment and plans to live for a while with her grandmother. (AP Wirephoto) Salisbury Girl Gets New Kidney . COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP)- A nightmare that started with a 'bee sting three years ago is over f o r 16-year-old Gloria Leatherbury of Salisbury, :AJ. "I feel better than I ever felt in my life," said Gloria, who leaves Ohio State University Hospital Monday with a new ' kidney and gift of life from her mother. She also leaves with the prayers and warm wishes of hundreds of people in her home town. People whom she never met wrote while she was in the hospital and raised money that helped her father's insurance pay her expenses. Gloria keeps four scrapbooks of "lots and lots of nice cards*' from people back home. Beside her bed is a drawer full of more cards and letters. Gloria's mother described her as "a normal, active girl" until three years ago. "It all started when she was stung by a bee," said her mother, Mrs. Kathleen Leather, bury, a nurse's aide. Gloria got sick. She lost weight. Her legs swelled. She found it hard to carry her schoolbooks -- "they were too heavy.*' At first doctors thought she was anemic, her mother said. Then they discovered her kidneys were diseased. The disease had apparently been there before the bee sting, but Gloria never knew it. Her parents, who lived in Newark, Ohio, when Gloria was born, were referred to Children's Hospital in Columbus by a friend. Gloria came to Ohio in March. Mental Health Clinic Moves The Comprehensive Community Mental Health Program, which includes the Frederick County Menial Health Clinic, formerly located in the basement of Winchester Hall, has moved to new quarters at 500 W. Patrick St, Due to the recent, rapid growth John Gets Hooked -- Sorry, Girls! FORT PIERCE, Fla. (AP) Women of Fort Pierce got the word Friday. An ad appearing in the personal section of the "Shopper" newspaper read like this: "Widows, young spinsters and ; other ladies. This is to let you know that John is out of circulation: He has been hooked. Sorry about that" of the demand for the services rendered through the program, which involves community consultation, alcoholism control, pre-admission program, out-patient clinic, and children's services, the clinic found it necessary to move to more spacious quarters. The program opens at 8:30 in the morning and continues until 4:30 each evening with the exception of Wednesday, during which time they remain open until 10 p.m. The staff has expanded to include 17 members of various professions as psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, coordinators and numerous consultants. The phone number remains unchanged. Calls are received through the switchboard at the Department of Health, 662-1101. After a battle with pneumonia she was transferred to University Hospital where the kidney transplant took place. Doctors checked with both parents, then decided Mrs. Leatherbury was best able to donate a kidney. "I was really happy to be able to do it," said Mrs. Leatherbury. Gloria's doctor, Dr. James Cerelli, is impressed with her progress. "She's done very well," he said. "She has a wonderful attitude and a good sense of humor." When she leaves the hospital, Gloria will stay with her grandmother, Mrs. Lucille Hamilton in Coshocton, 60 miles east of Columbus. During the first month Gloria must return to the hospital three times a week for testing. Gloria, herself, is anxious to return to Maryland where her older sister, Bathsheba, graduates from high school Friday. "I wish I could be there,'" Gloria said. Cerelli expects Gloria to be able to return to Maryland, at least for a visit, in a couple of months. By that time she should also be able to eat two of her favorite foods-hamburgers and french fries. Gloria's older sister will enter college this fall to study to be a teacher. That was Gloria's hope too, but her experience in hospitals has changed her mind. "I thought I'd like to be a history teacher," she said. "Now I think I'd like to be a nurse. I like to help people." CATOCTIN WILLS (Continued From Page B-40 FEDERATED CHARITIES MNDERGARTEN- Members of the 1970 Federated Charities Kindergarten class includes, left to right (front row) Mary Katharine Curtis, Kimberly Rice, Brenda Hurst, Tommy Ruth Milburn; (second row) Jeffrey McComas, Mary Lou Smith, Thomas Newcomer, DanaRic Gartrell, Ellen Bromfield, Jeffrey Storks, John Abrecht, Mark White; (third row) Robert Droneburg, Gerald Phillips, Michael Morgan, Joseph Colliflower, Lisa Hall, Robert Koogle, Jay Harley; (back row) Stephen Travers, Bryan Armentrout, Ramin Pertee, Mary Elizabeth Deater, Melissa Wolfe, and Thomas Corner^ More than 4,000 Frederick County 'children have attended the' jtinderKar* ten since it was established in 1900. Operation of the free kindergarten is but one of many community services rendered % by Federated Charities which receives much of its financial support from the United Givers Fund of Frederick County. (Photo by Ray Wachter) Work Of Moran To Be Seen A collection of Bill Moran's hand - crafted knives and ironwork will be shown at the Steiner House, 368 W. Patrick St., during Bell and History Days, June 13 and 14. Moran is one of this country's four active bladesmiths. He lives near Middletown. His knives have been used all over the world for their durability and hand-crafted workmanship. Moran said the display at the Steiner House will contain several hunting knives and combat knives. In addition, several pieces of hand - wrought iron work such as candle - holders, fireplace andirons and an ironbound medieval chest will be displayed. Moran said the cutlery will be kept in glass cases because so many people just like to pick up the knives and examine them. They are very sharp. Moran is known internationally for the distinctive style and keen eges of his knives which are made in the painstaking manner of Sixteenth Century artisans. Walkersville PTSA The Walkersville Community Play Center recently concluded its activities for the year with a picnic on the playground of Â« ' PUBLIC SALE Having sold our home and moving to an apartment, we will sell at auction, on premises where we reside, located along Obrecht Road, IV miles west of Sykesville, Maryland FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 1970 AT 6:00 P. M. 1967 CHEVROLET, BEL MR, 4 DOOR, 6 CYLINDER, A.T.--P.S.--RAH., less than 12,000 miles. 5 pc. oak breakfast set, bedroom suite (twin beds), beds, dressers, chests, old trunks, coffee table, mirrors, rugs (2 wool/pad 9x12, 9x15), scatter rugs, bed linens, chairs and rockers (2 platform), brass fire place set, walnut comer cupboard, buffet, vacuum cleaner, sewing machine, washing machine, T.V. set stand, electric iron, floor polisher scrubber, dishes and cooking utensils. Sunbeam deep fryer, iron skillets, jugs crocks. Lawn porch furniture, glider, wooden swing, lawn and garden tools, picnic table, grill, carpenter mechanic's tools, Black Decker utility saw, sabre saw, soldering gun, large work bench, vise, step ladders, electric hedge trimmers, power lawn mower, many other articles too numerous to mention. MR. MRS. ARVIL E. GOSNELL TERMS-CASH on day of sale. ALBERT S. TABLER, JR., Auctioneer Rocky Ridge, Maryland ROBERT L. TABLER, JR., Clerk Not responsible for accidents on premises on day of sale. Capt. Van Sant Awarded DFC Capt. Bradley Van Sant, son of retired USAF Col. and Mrs. Willard M. Van Sant of 312 A. Street, Davis, Calif., has received the Distinguished Flying Cross for action while assigned at Pleiku AB, Vietnam. Capt. Van Sant distinguished himself as a forward air controller from Aug. 23, 1968 to Aug. 6, 1969. Despite the constant threat of attack by enemy ground fire, he completed special missions in support of free world forces combating agres- sion. The captain was honored at Vance AFB Okla., where he now serves, as a T-37 jet trainer aircraft instructor pilot with a unit of the Air Training Command. ATC provides flying, technical and basic military training for USAF personnel. A 1957 graduate of Fairborn (Ohio) High School, he received his BJS. degree and commission from the U.S. Air Force Academy in 1962. Capt. Van Sant's wife, Nancy, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. Harris Stauffer, Pinecliff, RFD 5. Salsbury Handed 15-Year Sentence BALTIMORE (AP) - Federal Judge Frank A, Kaufman said Friday it was clear that Julius Salsbury, 54, had a leadership role in the Baltimore underworld. He sentenced him to 15 years in prison for interstate gambling violations. Salsbury was convicted by a jury in September. Paul R. Kramer, deputy United States attorney, petitioned the court to revoke Salsbury's bail. Kramer said he fears the convicted gambler will try to flee the country. He added he was informed that Salsbury has a Swiss bank account. Judge Kaufman refused to revoke the bail. The prosecution was built on over 100 checks identified as having been used by Salsbury to pay gambling debts. NEW INTERNATIONAL CENTER MOUNT MOWER FOR 460 TRACTOR PRICED BELOW COST HOME EQUIPMENT CENTER Div. Form Equip. Center, Inc. Â» THURMONT MD 21 M o L ^L PH. 27] 2700 _Â£ L! "Where Quality "is First" 1 Â«is CHURCH ST. OPEN MON. THRU FRI. Til. Â· PM. Walkersville Play Center Ends Activities The Walkersville PTSA held its final meeting of the year on May8. T. Meade Felton, assistant to the Frederick County School Sup- erintendant for community and staff relations and George Wood, director of extension services in Frederick County, presented the recently proposed idea of a "Citizens Advisory Committee to the Board of Education." All parents and teachers present were informed on how to organize an effective committee. The purpose of the committee, com posed of 35 individuals, is to help improve education in Frederick County. Newly elected officers for the coming year were installed. They are president, Dr. E.A. Pett- barn; vice president, Garth White; recording secretary, Mrs. Phyllis Smith; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Earl King; treasurer, Mrs. Rita Hahn. The officers were installed by Mrs. Douglas Nicholson, immediate past president. No Sweat Glands HONOLULU (AP) - Thomas Endo, 18, died after his arrest by police because he had no sweat glands and his body overheated in anger, his father says. "It was just too much strain on his heart," Katsuya Endo said Friday. The younger Endo was arrested for disorderly conduct Wednesday. Police said he was kicking and screaming and could not be calmed. A few moments later he lapsed into a coma and died. The father said the boy usually controlled his temper by taking a shower or wetting his head. Installs Officers the Walkersville United Methodist Church. The highlight of the occasion was the presentation of an engraved silver tray to Mrs. J. Harold Hooper, in recognition of her years "of service to the pre-schoolers of the community. Mrs. Hooper is retiring as a teacher in the Play Center. The children of this year's class made the presentation. The play center will reopen the first week in October. There will be a class for three-and four-year olds, taught by Mrs. Cedric Smith; and three classes for 5-year-olds. There are several openings for 5-year olds. Anyone interested in registering a child for next fall should contact Mrs. Orley Bourland Jr., Box 43, Walkersville; or call 845-6692. Stamp out the high cost 'of cooling install a Frigiking Engineered better to give*you the finest cooling performance and rugged dependa- bilty. There's a Custom or Universal unit for your car. Immediate installation. For as little as: $159.50 plus installation Frigiking Division, Cummins Engine Co.,,lnc BILL EARL'S THRIFTY AUTO SERVICE CENER 480 EAST PATRICK ST. PHONE 662-5941 leaves my flirting ability to Ralph Sprague " "I, Theresa Myers, do bequeath my seat in Art to anyone who loves to be yelled at." "I, Roxanna Lee Overcash, being of questionable mind and body, do hereby bequeath my position as yearbook business manager to anyone who likes to count money." "I, Donna Paugh, leave my seat as office aide to Deb Bowman." "I, Mary Joyce Pryor, will one of my greatest works of art to the Catoctin High School debt because I know that it will be worth something in the years to come." "I, Patricia Radtke, hereby leave Roger Kelly my talent of skipping class without getting caught " "I, Maureen O'Donoghue Retnavege, leave Dwight Culler any philosophical debates with Mrs. Wenschof for anyone " "I, Wanda Riffle, will my uncoordmation to Linda Long." "I, Cheryl Lynn Smith, do hereby leave my driver's license and car to Bill Clarke." "I, Martha Smith, will my bird calls to Steve Wanta, John Titman and Jimmy Saylor. "I, Sandra Stenton, leave my job as senior attendance taker if anyone can stand gray hairs." "I, Rebecca Ruth Snyder, leave Steve Wantz, John Titman and Jimmy Saylor, all of the good times that I have had here at Catoctin." "I, Carol Stephens, will Terri Bayletts my seat in bookkeeping." "I, Joyce Valentine, will Mrs. Quick a new driver's license from Sears and Roebuck to replace last year's from Montgomery Wards." "I, Diane Louella Weant, will my ability to skip class and never get caught to Debbie Reckley, my cousin." "I, Peggy Welch, will my ability to get along with Miss Woerner to anyone who has the patience." "I, Pam Wildasin, hereby leave my seat in office practice to anyone courageous enough to accept it" "I, Linda Willard, will my ability to have fun all of the time to Becky Ridgely and Rosie Wetzel." "I, Elizabeth Carol Williard, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath my typing seat to Dorothy." "I, Donna Kay Hawes, hereby will Debbie and Donald the good grade that I got in Social Studies." "I, Dianne Williford, leave Mrs. Wenschoff some wig shampoo; Mr. Martin a fake mustache; Mrs. Richards a boy to take her to the prom; and my sewing machpne in Home EC. to anyone who can afford to pay a dime a piece for all broken needles." A crow who perched on a live high tension wire near Junagadh, India, was electrocuted and fell into a haystack, The resulting fire destroyed property valued at $666. LEASE YOUR NEW CAR CHEVROLET FORD PLYMOUTH Impala Galaxie Fury HI Air Conditioning, Automatic Trans., Power Steering, Whitewall Tires, Radio, Tinted Glass. $ 106Â°Â° Mo. Plus Tax Leasing Specialists AH Makes From Volkswagen To Cadillac Executive Auto Leasing, Inc. Frederick Office 662-4718 Baltimore Office 301-243-5517 WHAT HAPPENS IF I DIE WITHOUT A WILL?? 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