The News from Frederick, Maryland on June 8, 1970 · Page 28
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June 8, 1970

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 28

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B-14 THE NEWS, Frcferiek, Maryland Heart Flights Success The Frederick Counfcr Heart Association held its third annual Flights for Heart at the Frederick Municipal Airport Two hundred and ten people took advantage of near perfect flying weather to enjoy an aerial view of historic Frederick. Each flight was about fifteen minutes actual flying time which gave passengers a good chance to see the entire Frederick area. The cost of each ticket was two cents for each pound the person weighed with the proceeds to benefit the Frederick County Heart Association. Special Events chairman, Ronald Summers, gave special recognition to the pilots from Maryland, Virginia and Pennsylvania who donated their time and in many cases their planes to help make tills event possible. They were Bruce Davies, Charles Johnson, Dr. Fred White, Eddie Nikirk, James Bryant, Arthur Rielly, Lee Saylor, Sheldon Shealer, Fred Harner, Harry Payne, and Jack Annan. Nearly 22,000 pounds at Fred- ericktonians were flown during the afternoon and the Heart Association received $435.00 at the gate. After the expenses of the gas for the planes is deducted the remainder will go towari the Heart Fund goal af $27,000 for this year. The Heart Association has made this an annual event to allow the whole family to enjoy flying and at the same time helj the association continue its work in Frederick County. Monrovia Woman Hurt In U.S. 40 Accident Cterlinde Elsa Coulombe, Monrovia, was transfer red to Walter Reed Arm}' Medical Ceator«£or treatment of injuries received in a single-car accident on U. S. 40, at the 1-70 intersection, Sunday at 2:05 ajn. Tpr. Fred Settle said Mrs. Coulombe's 1970 foreign car was kstbound on U.S. 40 when the left front tire btew out. The operator tost control of the car, police said, and the vehicle struck a guardrail. Mrs. Coulombe suffered a broken collarbone and lacerations of the head, police said. No charges were preferred. Two persons were injured in an accident at the Intersection of U. S7 40 and U. S. 40A at 9 aan. Saturday. Evelyn E, Brandenburg, 43, Middletown, and Evelyn Marie Jackson, 54, Carrollton Drive, were treated and released at Frederick Memorial Hospital after the accident police said. Tfc. Ray Kamauf said a 1969 sedan operated by Brandenburg was eastbound on U. S. 40A and Jackson's 1964 sedan was turn- i«j onto U. S. 40A from U. S. 40. Kamauf said Jackson failed to stop for a stop sign, and collided with the Brandenburg vehicle. Jackson was charged with failing to stop for a stop sign. Eleven - year - old Brenda Elaine Stainbaugh suffered minor injuries in an accident Sunday at 9:28 a.m. on Haugh's Church Road, one - fourth mile from Md. 77. Haugh's Church Road, and struck two cows in the roadway. Kuhn said one of the animals was killed and the other injured. They were owned by Raymond Albaugh, Detour. No charges were preferred in an accident on Md. 17, just south of Burkittsville, Saturday at 1:30 Joseph Kuhn said a 1965 operated by Sarah Ann Stambaugh was southbound on Tpr, sedan ········^ Planning-Zoning Calendar FREDERICK CITY PLANNING COMMISSION Junes, 1970; 7:00p.m.; Board Room; City Hall Action Requested Preliminary Approval Approval Item FS-70-3 HILLCREST ORCHARD-Sec- n FS-70-5 Resubdi vision of property at 1001 North Market Street Zoning Text Amendments a) Section 11-B-O District Approval b) Sections-Amendments Approval c) Section 9B-R3A District Approval d) Section 18.30-Garden Housing Project Approval e) Section 6.0323-Amortization of Non-conform- Approval ing Uses - ofRepeal - City Master Plan Amendment Approval ~ RegardinglocationofMajorStreet Review and Approval -NewStatePlanningEnabUngLegislation Review , FREDERICK COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION June 9,1970; 10:00 a.m.; Winchester Room; Winchester Hall - Item Action Requested -" P.tJ.D..-70-2SOUTHFREDERICK JOINT VENTURE; 10:05a.m. IMHP-89-2FRIENDLYVILLAGEOFFREDER- Final Ap- ICK; 331 units; 11:00a.m. proval ~ Zoning Ordinance Change - A. Flammable Fuels; 11:45 a.m. Review ~ Subdivisions: S-70-8RHOD AYR-Section I, Block D; 9 lots; Final Ap- Chestnut Grove Road; 2:00 p.m. proval S-70-11UTICA MILLS FARMETTES; 12 lots; Final Ap- OldFrederickRoad; 2:10 p.m. proval S-69-44 CARLTON SPRINGS; 18 lots; Bethel Road; Prelim- 2:20 p.m. inary Approval S-70-10 DARBY LUX-Section A-54 acres; 76 lots; Route 75; 2:30 p.m. S-70-13 FOUNTAINDALE TOWNHOUSES; 6.62 acres; Prelim- minimum lot area-3,000 square feet; Route inary Approval 40A; 2:40 p.m. S-70-14 HOFFMAN ESTATES; 4 lots; Pine Tree Final Ap- Road; 2:50 p.m. proval FREDERICK COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION June 11,1970; 10:00 a.m.; Winchester Room; Winchester Hall Tpr. Fred Settle said * 1969 sedan operated by Stephen W. Wolfe. Jefferson, was westbound on Md. 17, hit glass in the road' way and a tire blew out. The operator lost control of the car and the vehicle ran off the right side of the road and struck a fence, Settle said. Damage was estimated at $125. In a two-car collision on U.S. 40, 1.5 miles eas» o'FreJer;.* Friday night at 10:19, both drivers involved were taken to Frederick Memorial Hospital but no serious injuries were sustained. Larry Franklin Harley, Rt. 6, was admitted u the hospital for observation and was listed in satisfactory condition Saturday morning. Police are withholding charges against Harley pending his release from the hospital. The Harley vehicle was traveling at an apparent high rate of speed, police said, when it struck the rear of a car operated by Harold Eugene Smith Sr. of Boonsbovo . Smith was taken to the hospital last night where he was treated and released. Police estimated damage to the Smith car at $1,000 and to the Harley vehicle at $900. Another injury resulted from an accident at 11:50 p.m. Friday on old Rt. 75 at New London. A car operated by Dennis Wayne Ford of Frederick was declared a total loss after it skidded off the highway and struck a boulder on the embankment. A passenger, Lois E. Hatcher of Frederick, was admitted to the Frederick Memorial Hospital and was listed Saturday morning in satisfactory condition. Treated and released Friday night were Ford and another passenger, Ruth E. Hatcher. Ford was charged with operat- mg a motor vehicle with a revoked license. Charges are pending in a single car mishap which occurred at 11:07 p.m. Friday on 1-70 east of South Mountain. Lester Eugene Kesselring lost control of his car, police said, running off the roadway and striking a guard rail. Police estimated damage at $150. No injury was reported. Patricia Jean Ford of Silver Spring was charged by State Police with operating an unsafe motor vehicle after her car struck a guard rail on 1-70 at Urbana. Police siad the rear tire blew out, causing the car to go out of control and leave the highway. No injury was reported and damage was estimated at $500. City police reported a two-car collision on South Market St. and W. Patrick St. at 10:20 p.m. Friday, involving minor injury to two passengers. Ronald McKinley Heerd of Monroe Ave. was charged writhfaHure to reduce speed to avoid an accident after his car struck the rear of a vehicle which had slowed in front of him. The other car, operated by Kenneth Gene Putman of Union Bridge, received damages of $250. Passengers in the Heerd car, Vickey Himes and Roger Himes of Frederick, received minor injuries police said. Both were transported to Frederick Memorial Hospital where they wsre tceale-i for lacerations and released. State Police reported that details of other accidents occuring Friday night would be available by late Saturday alternnoon, because of the unusually heavy number of accidents and resulting paper work. County Gets $19,125 For Tax Revenue Frederick County will receive $19,125.02 additional share of State income tax collections for 1968, according to a report released today by State Comptroller Louis L. Goldstein. A total of $2,224,588.68 of 1968 revenue will be distributed tome 23 counties and Baltimore City. The distribution is from receipts during the current fiscal year which ends June 30, 1969, from delinquent returns, returns on extensions and adjustments made through the audit of timely returns, all for the calendar year 1968. Carroll County will receive a total of $17,452.31; Montgomery, $521,274.62; and Howard County will receive $11,544.24. The distribution is based on a local tax rate of 50 per cent of State revenue for Frederick County and Carroll County; 25 per cent for Howard; and 35 per cent for Montgomery County. Item Mobile Home Parks Survey; 10:10 a.m. Ordinance Changes; 12:10 p.m. MHF70-2 BOISE CASCADE: "ARCADIA"; 126 acres; 8 units per acre; 3:30 p.m. MHP-70-1 ROUTE 15 JOINT VENTURE; 4:00 p.m. Action Requested Approval Staff Recommendation Concept Approval Approval MATH MAJOR - Preston E. Best Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Preston Best, 15 Mt. Olivet Blvd., was awarded his diploma at graduation exercises on May 30 at Shepherd College, Shepherdstown, W. Va. The 1966 graduate of Frederick High School majored in Mathematics. Emmitsburg Girl, 3, Injured EMMITSBURG -- Three year- old Elizabeth Cunningham was seriously injured Saturday night when she plunged 23 feet from a third floor apartment window to the concrete sidewalk below. The child is in serious condition in the intensive care unit of York Hospital, a hospital spokesman said Sunday night, Doctors at Annie Warner Hospital in Gettysburg said the child landed on her head and left shoulder in the fall from her paint's Main Street apartment window. She was conscious whan admitted to Annie Warner, doctors said. Elizabeth was transferred to York Hospital for neurological observation. She is the daughter of Larry Cunningham, Main Street, Emmitsburg. FILM DEVELOPING CAMERA REPAIRING --FAST- RAY WACHTER PHOTO CENTER 27 S. Market St. MO 2-4555 SHiPirrs » · ' Moving D»tfatr £*ftrt State- WMt,. -· fttrriee , ' ; Low Rattr Frac ErtUaate* A Sjoelalty 642-5216 Just Arrived! 18 ALL-NEW, 3-PIECE DINETTE SETS AND 24 ALL-NEW BEDROOM SUITES YOUR CHOICE of one of the above ensemble* included with your purchase of one of My of over 40 styles of living room suites. BUY DIRECT! NO MONEY DOWN! MERCHANDISE MART 326-342 N. Market St. (Opposite Carmack's) 662.0919 OPEN TIL 9 Monday Friday Only! DINETTE SETS 38 Brighten Up Your Kitchen With A New Dinette From SHIPLEY'S, INC. 50 South Market OPEN EVERY NITE 'TIL 9 P,M. r//. BRACELETS Hum ·raccltt %9M Crafted by Kirk, America's Oldest Silversmith*, these lovely bracelets are of substantial' weight and unusually fine finish. Repousse' is the original Kirk flower and foliage design. The plain is ideally suited to our fine engraving. Both are wonderful bridesmaid's gifts. VJEWELERS4 SOUTH MARKET ST. WE SUPPLY REFRIGERATOR DOOR GASKETS FOR MOST MAKIS You Bring Model Number We Supply Gasket H O M E EQUIPMENT CENTER Farm E q u i p C e n t e r , I - ' US CHURCH ST. OMN MOW. THRU "I- *TH- · Food Prices Hi! BUY DIRECT INCLUOK INCLUDES DCUVERV INSURANCE WE Fill YOUR HtiEZfft Buy In Quantity SAVE $ $ $ $ FEED A OF 4 FOR ONLY FAMILY $150 A Day · Government Inspected Meats, Vegetables, Juices, Etc. Everything IN FROZEN FOOD SEAT INFLATION CALL NOW! NO OtUQATION 663-4163 MiM MERCHANDISE MART 342 NORTH MARKtT ST. (OWMite CMfMCk't) OPEN MOM. I FRI. TH. 9 IF YOU DONT HAVE A FREEZER -- WE Will SfU YOU ONE FOR AS IITTLC AS $2.50 POL WEEK ACT NOW! NO MONEY DOWN ON APPROVED CREDIT HENDRICKSON'S CELEBRATES FREDERICK'S 225th ANNIVERSARY and BELL HISTORY DAYS With a window display of items of historical interest from colonial days until the present time. Original Frederick County Land Grants 1753-- From Lord Baltimore-- with Lord Baltimore's seal and signature of Benjamin Tasker 1783-^From the State of Maryland to Thomas Beatly ---with the state seal and signature of William Paca (Courtesy of Mrs. Otho J. Keller III) Broadcloth dress with matching petticoat, pantaloons, and parasol Worn by Mrs. David P Oland in the 1870's 'Courtesy Mrs. Sharetts Oland Lace trimmed parasol-- bought at Hendrickson's about 1890 and used by Mrs. C. L. C. Lampe (Courtesy Miss Mary Rhoads) Post cards of Frederick sent to Mrs. Ella Frye 1911M914 'Courtesy Mrs. Clara M. Tobery) Piece goods--from our SEWING CIRCLE on the 2nd Floor-- a part of our 1970 scene. Since 1877 -- our personal service and interest in all our customers that is now hardei and harder to find -- and that has never changed at 42 N. Market St. Downtown Frederick mar EVERY ITEM IS PRICED RIGHT! CATOCTIN * JEFFERSON STREETS Prices In l*k Advetttseneat Are Effective fl« We*«*»tay. -I"** »· «"· GROUND BE EF FRESHLY GROUND REGULAR . . . IN PACKAGE OF 3-LBS. OR MORE Ib. 68c TURKEY DRUMSTICKS Plump . . . Meaty Government Inspected Ib. 33 SMOKED PORK LOINS 59° ;: 49° Hickory Smoked Lota Bake 'Em Or Boil 'Em End DUTCH VALLEY POTATO CHIPS 14-OZ. bag WELCH GRAPE JELLY ^iAS^Jl'WHWWMt'JRHHWWfl 49 4 ;r 99 McCORMICK'S TEA BAGS Its Iced Tea Time LIBBY'S SWEET RELISH pkg. 9-oz. jar 7? 10 LIGHT MEAT . . . CHUNK-STYLE TUNA ^ CHICKEN of the SEA 3 $100 6'/ 2 -oz. Cans 1 NABISCO SHREDDED WHEAT TASTY . . RIPE BANANAS .-V ^ _ v ? X X.* ^V'V^'' ^ A ' ""X 1 ^' * ' ' "· -. A -x ^ "· ' ^ s VAL VITA . . . SLICED , . . YELLOW CLING PEACHES 4 »,,, S 4 00 Cans 1 WEIS QUALITY Son MARGARINE Mb. Ctn. 39 ORANGE-LEMON DRINK BLENND Ready to Chill and Serve 3 46-oz. Cans 1 00 BARB-0-LITE Charcoal Lighter l-qt. Can LARGE TENDER Kounty Kist Peas 17-oz. Can 14 SHASTA . . . LOW-CALORIE SOFT DRINKS 6 '·. 69 'SPAPERJ

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