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Â· f Â· f- Â· ,v. '" r.-t.-Â« V*2Â»* IT""^ A-s* '^fha^A M. DEATHS MRS. ANN N. BLACKBURN Mrs. Ann Nicholson Blackburn, MRS. LETTIE VIOLA CLINE. Mrs. Lettie Viola Cline, 69, wife -of Robert Glyn Blackburn, ^f 9 of Earl H. Cline of Fred- 768th Street Toronto, Ontario, Canada, died Friday evening at 6:20 p.m. at the Frederick Memorial Hospital, aa the result of injuries sustained in a one car accident on 1-70 earlier Friday afternoon. Born in Scotland, a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. David Rugg, she was 62 years of age. The body was at the Robert E. Dailey and Son Funeral Home, 1201 North Market Street, and was removed on Saturday to the Morley S. Bedford Funeral Home, 159 Eglinton Avenue West, Toronto, Ontario, where services will be'held. Interment will be in Pine Hills Cemetery Toronto, Ontario. Rob Â· ert E. Dailey and Son were in charge of the local arrangement?. FRANKLIN D. CLINGERMAN JR. Franklin David CUngerman Jr. infant son of Franklin D. and Linda Darlene Fox CUngerman, of 1506 West 8th Street, died Sunday morning at 8 a.m. at the Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore. Born on May 19,1970, he was 19 days of age. Surviving besides his parents is his maternal grandmother, Mrs. Leona Fox of Frederick, and his paternal grandmother, Mrs. Helen Lydard of Frederick. Friends may call at the Robert E. Dailey and Son Funeral Home, 1201 North Market St,, Monday evening from 7 p.m. until 8 p.m. Funeral services will be conducted from the Funeral Home Tuesday at 1 p.m. by the Rev. Ellen Blackwell, pastor of the Peoples Church of Falls Church, Va, Interment will be in Mount Olivet Cemetery. erick, died at bar home Saturday morning after a brief illness. She waa born in Cleve- andvffle, daughter of the late George and Effie Moser Hut- zelL Besides her husband, survivors include two sons, GeroM E. Cline of Martfnsbucg, andNe- vin Cline of Mt Pleasant; eight grandchildren; a sister, Mrs. Naomi Berger of Frederick, Services will be held at the Bast Funeral Home in Boonesboro Tuesday at 2 p.m. Friends may call at the funeral home Monday from 7-9 n.nu The Rev. Harry Angel will officiate, Interment will be in the Boonsboro Cemetery* FUNERALS MRS. LILY G. LINCK Funeral Services for Mrs. Lily G. Linck, widow of Albert Linck, who resided with her daughter Mrs. Mary Webber. 511 Elm Street, and who died Tuesday at the Frederick Memorial Hospital, were held Saturday with a Mass of Christian Burial conducted at St John's Roman Catholic Church at 9 a.m. The Rev. William E. Becker, assistant pastor of St. John's Catholic Church was the celebrant. Casketbearers were Leo Wickless, William Wickless, Augustine Wickless, Charles Main, Paul Hausler, and Charles Turner. Interment was in the Reformed Cemetery, Knoxville. Robert E. Dailey and Son were the Funeral Directors. Anniversary (Continued From Page One) Theatre Assoc., in order of appearance, are Charles Price, commenator; John Staub and Al Rogers, narrators; Chuck Rhoades as Daniel Dulaney; Ron Greenberg and Michael Hagis, survivors; townspeople, Gerri Ingraham, Linda Keilholtz, Charlas A. Mauer. Gil Kidron, Sherrie Oppenheim and Florence Guss. Playing the part of John Thomas Schley will be Donald Senley, a direct descendant; Bill townspeople, Delite Atchison, Gerrl Ingraham, Linda Keilholtz, Gil Kidron, Debbie Oppenheim and Michael Oppen- Maurice Gus will portray the par', of mayor; Aldermen will be GeraU McNitt, Charles A. Mauer, Chuck Rhoades, Richard Runge and Bill Wells; Dick Hageman, City Clerk; Joe Ignasiak, Maj. Braithwaite; Gil Police Seek Store Robber City Police have several leads in Friday afternoon's "hit and run" robbery at the Firestone Store on East Patrick Street in which $170 was taken. Police said William Bartgto was waiting on a customer in the rear of the store when a second man opened the cash register and took approximately $170. Bartgis came to the front of the store as the man ran out. THE NEWS, Frederick, Maryland MM*ay. Jaae 8, Page A-5 LOCAL MENTIONS Septic Tank Cleaning PAUL R. KOLB, SB. 473-8218 MRS. MARJORIE S. SPARER Mrs. Marjorie S. Sparer, wife of Fred Sparer of Mountaindale, died Saturday afternoon at the Frederick Memorial Hospital. Born in Demarest, Ga., a daughter of the late Allen and Grace Safford Fowler, she was 74 years of age. Surviving besides her husband are the following children; Allen Carpenter, Hicksville, Long Island, N.Y.; Grover Carpenter, of Bowling Green, Va.; Mrs. Marjorie Fiorino, Poughkeepsie, N. Y.; Mrs. Grace Anderson, Richmond, Va. The body was at the Robert E. Dailey and Son Funeral Home 1201 North Market Street, and was removed to the Manns Funeral Home ill Bowling Green, Va., where services will be held Monday. Interment will be in Greenlawn Cemetery, Bowling Green, Va. Robert E. Dailey and Son were in charge of the local arrangements. GERALD M. BIEHL Gerald Monroe Biehl, husband of Thelma G. Shafer Biehl, who resided at 1501 West Seventh Street, died suddenly Saturday morning at the Frederick Memorial Hospital. He was born in Ladiesburg, Maryland, on February 15, 1913 and was the son of the late Benjamin and Macy Edna Eyler Biehl. Mr. Biehl, familiarly known to his many friends as "Benny," was a veteran of World War H and served with the 115th Infantry in Normandy, Northern France and Rhineland. He was employed at Fort Detrick and was a member of the Evangelical Reformed Church of Frederick. Surviving besides his wife are two children, Susan Marie Biehl, at home; and Larry Eugene Biehl of Frederick; two sisters, Mrs. Clifford Gehr of Red Lion, Pa., and Mrs, Michael Mulcahey of Frederick. One grandson, Brian Eugene Biehl; and several nieces and nephews also survive. Friends may call at the M. R. Etchison and Son Funeral Home, 106 East Church Street Monday evening from 7 to 9 p.m. Funeral services will be held from the funeral home Tuesday morning at 11 o'clock. The Rev. Paul L. Althouse, pastor of the Evangelical Reformed Church, will officiate. Interment will be in Mt. Olivet Cemetery. MRS. DOLA V. BLACK Funeral services for Mrs. Dola Virginia Black, wife of Sherman Black of New Windsor, who died Thursday in University Hospital in Baltimore, were held Saturday at 2 p.m. at the United Methodist Church of Taneytown. The Rev. Arthur Garvin officiated. Pallbearers were: Albert Miller, Burton Reifsnider, Ralph Shipley, Ellsworth Feeser, John Speak Sr. and John Speak Jr. Wells as Col. George Washington; Maurice Guss as Ben Franklin; Joe Ignasiak, Gen. Braddock; Delite Atchison, a barmaid; Dick Hageman, wagon driver. Judges will be portrayed by Chuck Rhoades, Bill Moore Jr., and Gerald McNitt; Charles A. Mauer as Court Clerk John Darnall; Charles V. Main, sheriff; Otha Barnett, Mr. Kilgore; Richard Runge as the Rev. Pendleton; Bill Moore Jr. as Stonewall Jackson; Mary Ann Lewis, Barbara Fritchie, V Â· Â· Betty B penheim 'producec Set de are by C It T*Â» ell, Fre Kathie Runge: sultant. In chai Henson Chuck F Costume Linda 1 props, 1 KeilioU Ingrahai Props Kidron as Francis-Scott Key. The robbery occurred at 4:30 The pageant is directed by p.m. Friday. Betty Barnett, with Helen Opas co-director, Set designs and construction Curtis and Richard Kath'aen Craven, con- fa charge of lighting are Dick Henson and Max Kehne; sound, es and John ^taub; Delite Atchison, Thomas and Ann Hall; Elaine Hagis and Linda .o, Gerri and Among The Sick Mr. Donald L. Baker, East South Street, is reported to be in i satisfactory condition following surgery at the Veterans Administration Hospital, Washington, D.C. . Furniture Repaired Refinished Antiques Bought CALVIN R. FLAUTT, 663-5288 Help Wanted MAN OR WOMAN for Restaurant Help Short Order Cook For General Work 42-hr, week No Sunday work Apply in Person WHITE COTTAGE INN Rt. No. 15, Frederick, Md. LOCAL MENTIONS Ladies' Auxiliary FOE 11M Nomination Election For Vacant Officer's Chair Plus installation of Officers MONDAY, JUNE 8-8 P. M- Dorothy L. Phillips, Secretary KwikKook 911 East St. Will be closed until Wednesday, ! June 10 due to death in family. Masser's Lawn Mowing Service 662-0568 Office ol Mildred A. Cherry ELECTROLOGIST will be closed June 5 to 10 LOCAL MENTIONS Interment was United Brethren made in the Cemetery in Taneytown. D.D. Hartzler and Son, funeral directors. FRED EDWARD WHITE SR. Fred Edward White Sr., 46, of RFD 5, Frederick, died Friday as the result of a two car accident at US 15, and Rt. 340 at 7:40 p.m. He was the husband of Mrs. Florence Elizabeth Ambush White who was injured in the accident and who is presently in Frederick Memorial Hospital. He was the son of the late Edward White and Mabel Hall White Dixon of Frederick County. He was a veteran of World War II and had worked at Fort Detrick as a research technicial for 20 years. He was presently employed at the National Institute of Health in Bethesda. He was a member of the Asbury United Methodist Church and was a member of the Methodist Men of the church. He was also a member of the Fairview Cemetery Association. Besides his wife, survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Edwina W. Westbrook of Rockville; two sons, 1st Lt Fred E. White Jr., stationed in Korea, and and Seaman Kevin Mitchell White, stationed in San Diego, Calif.; a grandson, John S. Westbrook of Rockville; a brother, Barker W. Dickson Jr. of Frederick; a number of neices, nephews, and other relatives. Friends may call at the Asbury Methodist Church Tuesday from 6-9 p.m. and Wednesday from 8 a.nu until time of the services there at 11 a,m. Friends may visit the family Tuesday at the church from 8-9 p.m. There will be no viewing after the service. Interment will be in Fairview Cemetery. The Hicks Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. JAMES WILLIAM HENRETTY James William Henretty, 68, died Saturday at his home in Pleasantville. He was born in Shenandoah Junction, W. Va., the son of James William and Annie Willingham Henretty. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Kathleen Reynolds Henretty, at home; one sister, Mrs. Gladys Harrison, Loudoun Heights, Va.; and one brother, Roy L. Henretty of Knoxville. Mr. Henretty was a veteran of World War II. Friends may call at the residence at Pleasantville. Services will be held at the Pleasantville Church Tuesday at 2:30 p.m., with the Rev, Ross Harris officiating. Interment will be in the Samples Manor Cemetery. Detrick (Continued From Page One) movement was an example, and she said that in protest one should not take oneself completely seriously, lest the movement be, ridiculed. Dr. Rivlin said that only time will tell if the current movement is only a fad, such as the earlier generation's goldfish swallowing, and how many bandwagon riders there are in the movement. Time will tell whether this is a fad, or a serious attempt at constructive change. She added that protest should have a constructive purpose and should be undertaken with constructive moves, Destructive protest is self-defeating. Several outstanding women were awarded honorary degrees. Barbara Coleman, who has her own television show on Washington television, and is a Hood graduate, was awarded the degrees of Doctor of Humane Letters by Richard C. McCurdy, chai-man of the Board of Trustees. Evelyn M. Duvall, Ph. D., wag awarded the degree of Doctor of Humane Letters, and Dr. Rivlin received the degree of Doctor of Laws. Dr. Duvall was presented the degree by Dean Catherine S. Chilman, and Dr. Rivlin was presented her honorary degree by Dr. Herbert E s Newman, professor of economics at Hood College. Eichelberger (Continued From Pagg One) (Continued From Page One) cation, "were shocked" that the Latin program would be curtailed. McGill recalls that he was recruited and brought from West-' minster to Frederick 12 years ago to institute the four-year Latin program, and this amidst great fanfare. "It is ridiculous," he said, to think that the school officials now choose to cut this program back to two years. Although making it "perfectly clear" that he has not resigned "and I, do not contemplate resigning"-because "there are 40 youngsters looking forward to second year" Latin, McGill said, "I don't know if I want to go back." He said, "when they tell you on June 5 that half your program is being cut out, if s pretty hard to start looking for another job." Labeling himself a "seventh generation Frederick Countian," McGill sees the cutback as "the first step in phasing out Latin and all foreign languages" in the school system. There is only one other Latin teacher in the county, at Gov. Thomas Johnson High School, and McGill said that teacher has expressed no knowledge of any cut in the TJ Latin courses. The Latin program the past 12 years has consisted of four to six classes-one first year, two second year and advanced classes in Latin 3 and Latin 4. McGill said next year's seniors are hoping for advanced classes in Cicero and Virgil. He said Principal Seaton informed him Friday there would be only four Latin classes. In addition, McGill would teach four classes in English. Props for the prjduotion are by courtesy of Antiques Center at Urbana, Rocking Chair Treasures, Goodwill Industries, Rice's Color Center and Three Bline Mice. Lightly is courtesy of Hood College. IN MEMORIAM In Memoriam DEVILBISS--In sad but loving remembrance of my dear son, Austin C. Devilbiss, who departed this life three years ago, today, June 8, 1%7. I did not know the pain You had we did not see you die; We only know you went away, And never said goodbye. Into sweet rest he has entered No more to wake or weep. He is smiling upon us from heaven, For he has only fallen asleep. Loving Mother, ROBERTA DEVILBISS Register of Wills' Association in 1959 and served as its first president for two years. He also chaired the executive and legislative committees for the same number of years. At present, he is chairman of the nominating committee and chairman of the forms committee, which has the responsibility of the complete revision of all Maryland probate and estate forms. Eichelberger recently composed and published a pamphlet entitled "Make a Will For Those You Love." Copies of this pamphlet are available in various city and county banks. His educational background includes graduation from Freder- High School, attendance at Baltimore City Jr. College; American University, Washington School of Law; and various courses offered by the State of Maryland. His educational experience was interrupted to serve in the U.S. Coast Guard in Alaska during World War n. He holds membership in the National Association of County Officials, Maryland Public Finance Officers Association, Am- vets, DAV, and VFW, Carroll Manor, Independent, and Citizens fire companies, Evangelical Lutheran Church, Loyal Order of Moose, various Democratic clubs and Breakfast Optimists. He was' also a promoter of the Pop Warner Midget Football League and served as former treasurer of the American Little League. Eichelberger is married to the former Mildred KUppof Route 1, Thurmont, and has three child- Latin gives the students, he said, a background in history, linguistics, relationships of figures of speech, imagery, and skills of expression in narration, description and English. McGill feels the current dispute between the Board of Education and the County Commissioners "is victimizing teachers." He said, "there is a lot of double talk in this fight, and I don't think I (any teacher) as an academician should be subjected to this." In Memoriam SHAFER--In memory of Calvin P. Shafer, Sr., on his birthday, June 8. You left before we could say, good-by, ' To build your house in the skyi I With an idea, brick, boards and j nails, j You were like the captain setting sail. First a strong foundation, and then the frame, Your houses were not to be put to shame. We miss you Daddy, and are waiting till we can see The house that you've built in Eternity. Thinking of you always ; WIFE AND FAMILY Cappello's Food Market 200 N. Market Street Phone 3-5173 SPECIALS MON.-TUES. WED. Esskay's Quality Pure Pork Sausage Links 8 oz. pkg. 33c save 12 Fresh Chicken Livers Ib 59c Center Cut Pork Chops Ib. $1 09 Grade-A-Medium Fresh Eggs Doz 37c Nestle's Quik Choc. Flavor 2 Ib. can 75c New Captain Crunch Peanut Butter Cereal Box 47c From Our Bakery Pull A Part Bread Loaf 39c U.S. No. 1 Quality Potatoes 10 Ib. 69c Sunkist Lemons M doz. 39c Always Shop CAPPELLO'S It Pays Knapp Shoes Farm Shoes Shoes for Casual Wear On Sale This Month RUDY HAMILTON Walkersville 845-8145 Are You In Need Of ! Additions--Garages or Carports? ! FREE ESTIMATES i Phone 371-7113 Country Hams Sugar Cured Phone E. G. Sappington Frederick 662-3990 R. F. Sappington Lime Kiln, 874-2141 Eylcr's Excavating H D." 6 Front End Loader Ponds--Basements, Headrows, I Etc. Free Estimates j By Contract or Hour Any Job Large or Small PHONE 845-6320 Woodsboro, Md. Rt. 1 Frederick Co. Chapter For Epilepsy For Info. Write P.O. Box 133 Frederick Maryland Call 663-1231 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. Top Quality Beef By The Quarter, Half or Whole By The Half, 58c Per Lb. Cut For Freezer R D. HEMP SONS Jefferson 473-5700, 7 To 5 Signs Sign Painting Truck Lettering General Sign Work TED POOLE Phone 663-9122 Decendents of Oscar May Waltz Reunion June 14, Staley Park. Basket lunch 12:30. Rain or shine. ESTATE AUCTION Real Estate Personal Property Sat., June 27, 1970 at 10:30 A. M. on premises 117 W. South St. Tne undersigned Personal Representatives will sell good personal property of Mary Jane Woerner Smith, deceased. Real estate known as 117 W. South St., improved with a modern 8 room brick house will be offered for sale the same day promptly at TOO P. M. For inspection Pho 663-4374. See lg. ad. WILLIAM C. WOERNER KENNETH McC WOERNER Personal Representatives H Reese Shoemaker, Jr Alton Y. Bennett, Attorneys John L Ponton, Auctioneer Plants For Sale Chester L. Grove 103 E. 8th. St VEGETABLES FLOWERS Family Night EVERY SATURDAY, 8 P. M. Yellow Springs Lions Community Hall Carpet Remnants 5Q c ,i to 75 c i 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 Strawberry Festival PROSPECT U. M. CHURCH Nr. Mt. Airy, Md. Sat., June 13, 4-10 p. m. NOTICE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION Of Maryland ORDER NO. 58092 BEFORE THE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF MARYLAND Used Plumbing Heating Material Furnaces, oil burners, oil tanks, water heaters, 1 5-ton Traine air conditioner--excellent condition, bathroom fixtures, pipe, valves, etc. Weil Bros., 55 Hamilton Avenue. CASE NOCK IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF LAKE SPRING WATER CO., INC. FOR AU-, THORITY TO EXERCISE ITS! 7th annual John Stine Reunion FRANCHISE IN A NEW AREA, j will be held at Husky Park, TO BUILD AND OPERATE A! June 14. Bring basket lunch. 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. For Sale All Perennials All Annual Flowering Plants All Vegetable Plants Reduced to Vi Price All Pull Plants Including: Cabbage, Marigolds, Zemas, etc. Reduced to Ic Each ' MARGARET'S FLORISTS 328 W Patrick St. Frederick, Maryland Keller Son Home Improvement Service Free Estimates on Any Kind of Job Phone 662-6182 or 662-8127 360 W. Patrick St. Carpet Binding Machine Sewn While You Wait or Call for pick up and delivery KING FLOOR SERVICE, INC. 663-4108 Painting Carpentry LOW RATES Apply News-Post, Box 1808 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 Cool . . . Your Home This Summer With Central Air Conditioning CBS Electric Co. 663-5222 Personals Miss Betsy Meitzler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. Oland Meitzler, Braddock Heights, has completed her freshmanyear at Shenandoah Conservatory of Music, Winchester, Va. She was named ren, Thomas J. Jr.; Kathy, and to the Dean's list for the last NEW WATER SUPPLY AND SEWAGE DISPOSAL SYSTEM, ENTER INTO CONTRACTS, IS- Meeting at 11:30, eat at 12 Notice 1 will not be responsible for SUE STOCK AND EVIDENCES! any debts other than those con- Eric. MATTHEW JON WHITE Matthew Jon White, 13. of High Speed Chase Results In Crash RFD 5, Frederick, died Friday as the result of a two car accident at U.S. 15 and Rt, 340 at 7:40 p.m. He was the son of Mrs. Florence Elizabeth Ambush W h i t e and Fred E d w a r d White Sr. who also died in the accident. He was an eighth grade student at Governor Thomas Johnson Junior High School, a member of the Asbury United Methodist Church, the Braddock Heights Little League Baseball team and' the Zonta Basketball team of Braddock Heights. Besides his mother, survivors include a sister, Mrs. Edwina W. Westbrook of Rockville; twri brothers, 1st Lt. Fred E. White Jr., stationed in Korea, and Seaman Kevin Mitchell White, stationed in San Diego, Calif.; a number of aunts and uncles; a nephew, John S, Westbrook m of Rockville; and other relatives. Friends may call at the Asbury United Methodist Church Tuesday from 6-9 p.m. and Wednesday from 8 a.m. until time of the services there at 11 a.nx There will be no viewing after the services. Interment will be in Fairview Cemetery. Arrangements are being made by the Hicka Funeral Home. w A high speed chase by a Baltimore County police cruiser resulted in an accident near Libertytown, when the pursued car failed to negotiate a curve and struck a tree. The driver was pinned inside. State Police said a 1966 convertible operated by Edward B. Snipe, Baltimore, was westbound on Md. 26, one-half mile west of Libertytown, and was being pursued by a Baltimore County police cruiser when the accident occurred. Police said Shipe was pinned inside the car for 45 minutes until he was extricated through the efforts of Woodsboro and Libertytown Volunteer Fire Companies. Police said Shipe is wanted by Baltimore County Police on an assault charge, and the pursuit was the result of an incident which occurred in Baltimore Count}-. Police are investigating the Saturday night assault and robbery of 43-year-old John David Markland, which police say occurred on Elmer Derr Road shortly after midnight. Sgi Thomas Bosley said Markland reported he was returning from the Charles Town racetrack with two men he had met at the race track. The men said they were going to Washington, D.C. Markland said they palled onto the Elmer Derr Road off U.S. 340, assaulted him and took $800 and his wallet. Markland sustained two wounds which required stitches, police said. City Police are investigating a breaking and entering and larceny on the property of tine U.A. Lough Monument Company on South Market Street. Cpl. W. H. Crabill said vandals broke into the building through a rear window and forced a door between the showroom and office. They then stole $20 from a desk and $28 from a safe in the office, and left by the route through which they entered. Police are investigating a report of three broken windows at South Frederick Elementary School in the early morning hours Sunday. Pvt. H. Dyke said the windows were broken out, but that apparently no one had entered the school building. In other action, City Police arrested Paul Francis Curry, 23, North Market Street, on charges of disorderly conduct and assault and battery. Curry was jailed on total bond of $300, pending a hearing this morning. Police arrested Leo William Ingram, 19, Carver Apartments, on a charge of assault and battery. Ingram was Inll at the Frederick County Jail, in lieu of $500 bond, pending a hearing this morning. Police arrested Clarence Oscar Green, 30, Adamstown, on a charge of larceny after trust. Green was released on personal recognizance, pending a hearing June 11 at 10 a.m. semester. Mrs. James H. Love of Clifton Road and Dr. Alice M. Love f the University of Maryland, recently had as their guests Mr. and Mrs. Frank R. Mutton of Greensboro, N.C., who were at- ending their 50th commencement from Western Maryland College and also their 50th wedding anniversary. Mrs. Button s the former Bertha Morgan, sister of Mrs. Alice M. Love, and aunt of Dr. Alice M. Love, Mr. Kenneth Swomley, formerly of Frederick County, but now of Dillsburg, Pa., has been awarded his Masters degree in Elementary Education from Shippensburg, Pa., State College. He received his BS in Social Sciences from Mt St, Mary's College in Emmitsburg in 1966. He now teaches fifth and sixth grades in Dillsburg. Mr. Elliott Haines m, of Myersville has been awarded an Associate of Arts degree from the Hagerstown Junior College in Hagerstown. Miss Karen L. Hall, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James T. Hall, 217 Center Street, has been graduated from Eureka College in Eureka, ni. Miss Mary Jane Ferguson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ferguson, RFD 2, New Windsor, was graduated from the Chamberlain School of Retailing, Boston, Mass, on May 29. Thomas E. Zmudrinski, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Zmudzinski, 1109 Wilson Place, is among the graduates of the University of Maryland. His degree is In Aerospace Engineering. He is currently employed by the University of Maryland as a Research Assistant on a NASA Research Contract OF DEBT, ETC. WHEREAS, after a due hear . ing was held in the above en-, titled matter on October 3, 1969' before a duly authorized Exam-i iner, the Commission on Decem-' her 3, 1969 entered its Order No. 57907 which denied and dismissed without prejudice to the Ap-i plicant to resubmit a revised! proposal, the application o f j Lake Spring Water Co., Inc. forj authority to construct water j and sewage disposal systems at Lake Linganore in Frederick | County, Maryland, and also for authority to issue securities in connection with the financing of said system; and WHEREAS, under date of April 20, 1970 Lake Spring Water Co., Inc. filed its Supple-; Tientary Petition in an endeav-j or to meet the objections out-1 lined by the Examiner in his 1 report to the Commission; and WHEREAS, the Commission! having considered the Supple-, mentary Petition of Lake Spring Water Co., Inc., finds that the irÂ»aUer should be assigned for further hearing. IT IS, 'IHri^EFORE, this 1st day of June, in the year Nine- Â·.?en Hundred and Seventy, by the Public Service Commission j f VTor Â· -nH | ORDERED: That the above entitled proceeding be, and the same is hereby reopened for the tracted by me. GERALD R. BOWIE 110 W. All Saints Street Frederick, Md. Carnival MT. PLEASANT RURITAN June 6 Thru 13, 1970 Parade -- Wednesday, 7,P M We May Help You To Sobriety and a New Life WRITE ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Box 162, Frederick, Md. McLAIN HOME IMPROVEMENT Carpentry, Remodeling, Roofing, etc. Free Estimates Phone 845-8643 Notice Any person trespassing on my j Written by AP men and women NOW ON SALE!!! THE WORLD IN 1969 Captured in one Volume. History as we lived it. 296 pages; 60 Color photos; f^lMJ fVr* Â«***Â·Â· Â»Â» *r*J[f ww *"Q Â·Â»Â·- -- -J property between Charlotte Stull ] and George Tribby will be dealt' with according to law. 1 GEORGE C. KLINE Watch for Grand Opening ELDER'S ANTIQUES June 14, 1970 Strawberry Festival Saturday, June 13th--7 P. M. United Civic Association, Shookstown Ga mes--Rides--Food the world over. S3.95 Plus Tax AVAILABLE AT: BUSINESS OFFICE FREDERICK NEWS-POST 200 E. Patrick Street 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 hearing before the Public Service Commission at its office in Smorgasbord Sunday, June 14 Family Style At Libertytown Fire Hall Adults $2.00. Children $1.00 12-6 p. m. Bake Goods Novelty Table SNOWBALLS 15 cents 20 cents j 700 W. Patrick Street I Frederick, Md. . Open 6 to 10 P. M weekdays i 1 to 10 P. M. week-ends j City Health Dept. Approved; Trash Removal and j LIGHT HAULING ' Phone 662-4519 , after 5.00 p. m : Frederick, Maryland ' The Donut Shoppe Will Have Kinklings For The Month of June 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 Spring Fever for your new home in the spring lc sure to inspect Riea- dowcrest Subdivision. Lots are wooded. Loc:ted on Old Receiver Road at Shookstown. CROCKER LITTLE BUILDERS, INC. 9\12 Rugs -- Only $5.8S Open -"Til 9 P. M. SHEPLEY'S -- 50 S. Market St. I In Town FREDERICK GLASS SHOP J01 E. 4th Street 663-3117 Announcement We are pleased to announce Baltimore, Maryland, en Wed- tnat Linda Lake is now a mem- nesday, June 10, 1970, at 2:00' ^ of our sta (f at tne Beauty o'clock, P. M. PROVIDED: the applicant cause a copy of this Order to be published in a newspaper of general circulation in Frederick County, Maryland, at least one time before the 9th day of June, 1970. WILLIAM 0. DOUB CHARLES E. EDMONDSON H. REESE SHOEMAKER, JR. Commissioners Boutique, Brunswick, Md. For appointment Call 834-8451. ; Lovely Mohawk Gold ! Sculptured Nylon Carpet | $3.95 sq. yd. Also Mohawk Green Gold ! Acrylon Carpet $4.95 sq. yd. j Up to 6 mos. to pay i No Carrying Charge SHERWIN WILLIAMS 28 E. Patrick St. End Of Newsprint ; Rolls i Ideal for picnic tables. Child-1 ren's art projects, any place | where large quantity of low cost! paper is required. j 32 inches wide by hundreds o f j feel long. j 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 Ccssp.ols A.iri Septic Tanks Cleaned. Repaired Installed Day or Night Phone 473-829' B W. DISPOSAL SERVICE Upholster} . c hop Upholstery Custom Drapes Free Pickup Delivery Thurmont, Md. -- 271-2390 Ptipvr Hanging \Voodrow (Bill) AÂ» erson PHONE 663-5487 i RODGER'S Hard Shell Crabs Seafood Platters Pan Fried Chicken . New York Strip Steak Rodger's. X. Market St., Ext.,! 663-3903 For Sale USED ALUMINUM PLATES 22Vz" \\ide; 36" length .009 thick Sturd\, but flexible Printing on one side only $25c each -- 5 for $1.00 $18.00 per hundred Apply Business Office Frederick News-Post 200 East Patrick SU . 8 A- M. to 5 P. If.