The News from Frederick, Maryland on September 7, 1967 · Page 17
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September 7, 1967

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 17

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rinl Society Developments in the funeral business and an election of officers will highlight the annual meeting of the Frederick Memorial Society at 2 p.m., Sunday at the Good Shepherd Lutheran Church. The program will include an explanation of the nationwide Continental Association of Funeral and Memorial Societies of which the Frederick chapter is a member. A discussion of memorial services in lieu of open casket funeral services, the advantages of filing declarations of intent in advance and other pertinent and infort'-dlL.ve subjects will be covered. All members and person interested persons are invited to this non-profit organization's meeting. Meeting is Sun., Sept. 10. National, State, Area Markets THE NEWS, Frederick, Maryland Thursday, September 7, 1967 ~~ "When Pan A-17 HISTORY PRESENTED -- Mrs Paul Gordon, second from right, presents Judge Edward Delaplaiae, second from left, with a history of the Beth Sholom Synagogue. The Synagogue is observing its 50th anniversary this month. Looking on are Mrs. Dave Gordon, right, the only living founding member of the synagogue, and Rabbi Morris Kosman, left. Review Business By JACK LEFLER AP Business Writer NEW YORK (AP) -- Eugene M. Lang has created what he calls an international family of small businesses. He is president of Resources i Facilities Corp., of New York, which he founded 15 years ago. The company specializes in creating overseas manufacturing ventures for small business- er through licensing and joint venture arrangements. When it grants a license for manufacture of a product of an American company to an existing firm or one being formed abroad, it receives a share in ownership of the concern in ad- ''ition to royalty fees on sales. Lang feels that the opportunity for sma'l U.S. manufacturers t- enter foreign markets through licensing arrangements '·as hardly been tapped. He says that more than 230.000 U'.S. small manufactur- ers who make products with have created a composite turn t verseas sales potential have no over of more than $100 million export plans or programs for annually. and the American companies It Resources Facilities Corp., represents split the profits down the middle. Lang says his corn- overseas voyage or feel their nany's share in 1966 was $7 mil- product cannot make the grade, hon. developing overseas markets. He adds that most of them lack the know-how, personnel and financing to attempt the He points out that if only ; 10,000 of these small manufacturers wede io develop enough foreign markets to average a ret inflow of $200,000 each, the U.S. balance of payments deficit vould be wiped out. , When Lang's firm began operation its major assets were a new idea in international coop- · eration and a general franchise from Heli-Coil Corp. of Dan- hurv. Conn., to license the manufacture of its screw thread inserts abroad. Today Heli-Coil nroducts being manufactured under company licenses in nine countries with a 10th -- Argentina -- oue to be added this year. Lang says his firm represenst about 10 American comoanies and administers more than 300 I · cense and joint venture relationships in 23 countries. He says these relationships John Cunniff is on vacation. Olsen Honored Leif E. Olsen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Glsen, Middletown, has been selected to assist as host for new students in the orientation program at Bob Joies University, Greenville, S. C. Olsen is a senior at the preparatory school at the university. Fith an enrollment of over 3,500, Bob Jones University is a liberal arts, non-denominational, coeducational, Christian institution. versity of Delaware where he majored in mathematics. Bannowsky is married and has two children. 4 States' Livestock Sales BUTCHER C A T T L E Showed mixed trends. Fat steers Wer^ very ictive tor a good rn Top 27 75, Good Choice 25.002/ 75. Standard 23 00-25 00 Heifers, Top 2 5 2 5 , Bulk 21.00 24 00. Cows 50c under last week Good Cows to 1 9 2 5 , Standard Utility 17.00-1850, Canner; 1550-1700, She! y 1600 and down. Bulls were 50c higher Top 2550. bulk 2 3 0 0 2 4 0 0 BUTCHER HOGS: Were very much in demand, with prices up 75c. Top Hogs 2250, Bulk 190230 Ibs 19.85-21.60, 270300 Ibs 1900-19.50, 160180 Ibs to 1900. Sows 19 25. V E A L C A L V E S : No choice calves offer ed. but others were active higher. Tops to 3850, Good 35.003850, Standard 2V 00-34 oo, Light calves to 3200, Weak rough 28.00 and down. LAMBS: Only a few offered. Medium to $20.00. STOCK C A T T L E : Were still in strong demand. Stock Steers Med to 25 00 Stock Heifers to 23 00 Dairy Cows $180 00 PIGS AND SHOATS: By the head to 1500, By the Lb to 2 2 2 5 . Boars 12.00 12.25. Fred'k Stock Auction BUTCHER C A T T L E : Were about steady. Standard Steers to 23.00. Med. Heifers, Top to 18.75. Cows were scarce with no good cows offered. Standard Utility 17 CO-18.25, Canners 15.00-1700, Shelly to 15 00. BUTCHER HOGS: 50c under last week. 20.00, Bulk 190-230 Ibs 19.50-20.00. 160-180 Ibs 18.75-19.50. Sows 16.25-17 75. VEAL C A L V E S : Steady to 1.00 lower. Tops to 40.00, Good-Choice 37.0040.00, Standard 30.00-36.00, Light calves 25.0032.00 Weak and rough 25.00 and down. LAMBS: In short suoply Good to 21.75. STOCK C A T T L E : Very few offered. Stcck Steers to 26 GO. Stock Heifers Med. tu 18 75. Stock Bulls Med. to 18.00 PIGS AND SHOATS: by the head 9.001/.25 Boars 12.40-14.00. Romiiey's Brainwashing Charge Hit SAIGON (AP) -- Ruffled by LAMBS Gd. to 24.75, Plain 21.25-J1.50 She«p 4.00-7.00. HOGS: 1W J25 1».75-20 00. 250-275 19.151950. Sows to 1 7 7 5 . Pigs Per Hd to 1400 Boars Cwt 13.10-13.50. Woodsboro Livestock Auction C A T T L E Dairy Heifers-Per Hd Up to 3 3 7 5 0 Butch Heifers, Med. Good Up to 2 1 2 5 cwt stock steers 25so cwt presidential hopeful George i job" Butcher C o w s - M e d Good Up to 18.50 · r , . . . . c * t . canners * cutters i4.so-i7.5o cwt, Romney s charge that w "-heliy Cdnners 1600 Cwt down. . . . ... *._,,,, CALVES Good Choice UP to 3900 brainwashed in Vietnam, C t w . ,V\cd Good 30.0035.00 C w t , Light- ·ed 2 5 0 0 2 9 0 0 Cwt. IAMBS Medium 21 50 C w t . Butch wes 5 00 Cwt. HCGS Pigs Per Head 1 0 0 0 1 3 2 5 Gd Cho Butrh Hogs 211 20.00 Cwt P O U L T R Y : Fowl--Heavy Per Lb 12, 20c, Light Per Lb 3'2-lOc. Guineas--Per , -lead 1.30. "" SC Ratxiit' --Prr Held '?c 1 00. Po tatoes Per Bag 2.00. Bacon-Per Lb 4046C L a r d - P e r Lb -Not enough offered lo lest prices. I came back from Vietnam," Romney replied, "I jiurt had the greatest bratawash- ing that anybody can get when you go over to Vietnam. Not only by the generals but also by the diplomatic corps over there, and they do a very thorough was Romney said that since then U.S.' he had delved into Vietnamese officials pointed out today that history and "I have changed my nine other governors were with mind in that particularly I no the Michigan Republican on his ^y tn t it 1965 visit and none of them have Ion 8 er ^" cvc _ t made any publicly. Members of military and such complaints- sary for us to get involved in South Vietnam to stop Commu- the American diplomatic es- nist aggression in Southeast Asia and to prevent Chinese tablishments said Romney was Communist domination of South- Bachelor Party Was Rough On Bridegroo RICHMOND, Va. ( A P ) -- A Henrico County man who permanently lost his freedom one only in South Vietnam four days, that he spent three of them on field trips outside Saigon and that with the other governors he was given only the standard VIP treatment. The undeclared candidate for east Asia." with drop in market T 0p Hogs narrowly missed losing it the 1968 Republican nomination for a shorter period during Hen- w as asked why he had changed Farmers' Livestock Exchange BUTCHER C A T T L E : Steers -- Med 2360-23.85, Plain to 23.00. Heifers--Good to 23 10. Med. 8. Gd. 21.85-22.85. Cows- Med. 18.25-19.00, C8.C 1675-17.50, Shelly 1650 down. Bulls--Med. 23.10-23.85, Plain to 21 85. Stock Steers--Gd. 8. Ch. to 27.50, Med 23 75-24.60, Plain to 22.00. Dairy Cows Per Hd. to 291.00. Dairy Hfrs. Per Hd to 250.00. VEAL C A L V E S Ch. 39.00-38.00, Gd. 3500-36.00, Med. 31.00-34.00, Plain 28.0030.00, Lite 8. Green 34.00 down, 300-400 25.00-31 00. nco County Court proceedings Tuesday. The man and four friends were arrested for disorderly conduct late last month when police were summoned to investigate what sounded like a bachelor party. They found the prospective bridegroom dressed in lingerie, covered in shaving cream and chained to the fence of an apartment swimming pool. Judge Samuel T. Binns dismissed the charges against all five after learning the 22-year- old victim had gotten married a day after the party. his earlier view that U.S. involvement in Vietnam was morally right and necessary. NEW HOMES North end of ;lty » Worti rforth T.J. School, custom PMlIt 10 your specs. twM* and up CootK.1: E. Carlton Carey, Jr. PHONE 662-4642 MAAS OPTICIANS GLAMORIZE YOUR GLASSES WITH MODERN STYLE FRAMES We Are Equipped To Fill Any Eye« r la«s PreoHntion ZENITH HEARING AIDS--EES EXAMINED REPAIRS WHILE YOt' W A I l CONTACT LENSES .,ifle Scope Sights--Bauich t LOIT.O Bliwcvlcra Save The Pieces 5 West Second St. MO 2-1451 are Two Appointed To Sagner Staff ( A data processing expert and a personal consultant have i-^en added to the staff of Sagner, Inc., Frederick clothing manufacturer. Miss Mayetta Hershbe^er. i recently retored head of the Maryland State Employment Sscurity office in Frederick »vll work with Sagner's nprsonn -1 rt°oartment in areas related lo labor. She will also hel^ i"-clement proj?cts in special Sagner programs. i James Bannowsky will serve as senior svs*ems °ii iiv«t i" Sagner's recently expanded data processing dpnai-tm 0 "' A native of Long Beach Calil. Bannowskv attended the TTni- FREE FROM H. L. MILLS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 6th and 9th NEW STYLE KEROSENE LAMP Burns For 6 Hours On One Filling Of Kerosene Decorative Useful In Beautiful Colors Handy In Case Of A Power Failure Complete With Wick Use Indoors Or Outdoors Comes To You In An Attrao- tive Box Actual Size ABSOLUTELY FREE WITH EACH PURCHASE OF 10 GALLONS OF GASOLINE OL'R I'RKMIt'M (1ASOMNK IS MOKK THAN 100 OCTANK (ilOW Mil PL' 7 UPfflP LIQUD CAR WASil He ran GLOW! .m fan DIESEL FUEL Tax Paid Go,'on 2 5 . o c i KEROSENE Ibc H. L. 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