The News from Frederick, Maryland on September 8, 1967 · Page 7
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The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 7

Frederick, Maryland
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Friday, September 8, 1967
Page 7
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Montgomery To Be Hosts 01 Educators The Montgomery Coun.y Board of Education will be hosts for the 10th annual convention of the Maryland Association ct Boards of Education, at t h e Washmgtonian Motel and Country Club in Gaithersburg on Thursday and Friday, Sept 28 and 29, 1967. Gov Spiro T Agnew is slated to be the banquet speaker on Thursday evening Members of boards of education and the State Board of Edu cation compose the membership of the association, and together with local superintendents of schools and State Depar'ment of Education staff members, they will deal with topics of current interest on the Maryland education scene in the two day convention. More than 100 Maryland school board members are expected to attend Discussion sessions on "Pre paring for Professional Delibe'-- ations", "How Shall Our Community Colleges Be Governed''", and "Legislative Matters Al- fecting Education in Maryland" are scheduled for both Thursday afternoon and Friday morning, affording participants th2 opportunity to take par' in tvo of the three discussion groups Court News Marriage Licenses: Elorie Lonnie Melaskenko of Rialto, Calif, and Glenna Jean Jones of Frederick Marshall E Bell Jr ol Gaithersburg, and Beverly Diane Ambust of Adamstown Richard Beverly Johnson of Dickerson and Ma~gnt Elizabeth Rhodes of Walkersville Russell L Marcus and Ocal Mae Flynn. both of Purcellville Lawrence E Williams and Rebecca Fifer, both of Frederick Property Deeded. John E. Schneider and wife to James M. Stockman, county John H. Krantz al Exec to State Roads Commission, county. E. Brook Lee and wife to Charle* B Hamilton and wife, county Fail G Hausler and wife to Paul B Maher and wife, citv. Charles R Dougall and wife to Robert J Fortman and wifp, city. J Preston Smith and wife to Charles G Cooley Jr . el al. county Harvey Grossmckle et al t Byron L Grossmckle and wife, Bounty Wi'liem A Baldwin and wife to Eugene C Palmer and wife, .·ounty Robert C Weaver to Ronn'e B Zeger and wi c s, citv Donald W Bowser and wife to Carlton E Hear and w i f e , city Robert E Mumma and wife to Wilton 0 Smuh Jr and wife, county. William Edward Bohrer Jr and wife to Fitz-Hew Inc . county Fitz-Hew Inc to Wesley D Pippen and wife, county G Douglas Davis and wife to I 3 w r e n c e W Roller anJ w i f e county Square Dance Club To Conduct Party The Damascus Winders and Twiders Square Dance Club is sponsoring a "Com;; and See ' dance Monday from 7 30 to 10 p m in the Damascus iary School Thy club, which meets twiC3 a rronth, is hoping to m'erest a linger number of people in square dancing D'Alesondro Wins Nomination In Baltimore BALTIMORE A P -- Thoma, IVAlesdtidro 111. 38-year-jld s · i ot a \\ell known successful Maryland politician, rolled eas- i.y to 'he Democratic nomination f jr Baltimore mayor Thursday a? Negro bloc voting -trength failed to materialize The tost of the Negro vote was tosed b\ the candidacy of Clarence M Mitchell III, A Negro ^ t a t e senator, for city council president on a ticket opposing IVAlesandro But D'Alesandro snowed under t is p n r t i p a l challenger. Peter O An?e'os. also 38, and carried his tv o running mates for council president and comptroller i t h him THE NEWS. Frederick. Maryland Friday. S*ptemb«r 8, 1967 Page A- 1 PRESCRIPTIONS FREE PICK UP AND DELIVERY !'»1 PEOPLES feSCRtK HOWS STORES STAMPS North Market Street Store -- MO 2-2782 Frederick Shcpp^g Center Store -- MO 2-58b8 Prospect Shopping Center Store -- MO 3-4861 nEOPLES m^r SERVICE M DRUG STORES A-p i-*»»'0r* For Charge «v j - t * tovai ablt At A i l INC 'I love a Lassie V THOROUGHLY MODERN Lassie*,, on the go...everywhere! LASSIE ZIP-CHESTERFIELD. Classic single broas'ed with velvet collar and /ip out pile lining Mock flap and -: il^r oc kets. In Hcrringcorj Uveed. LASSIE BOY COAT. Styled for !c Jjy and tomorrow with the n~w natural shoulder and slimmer look with the "Baker's Do/en features. In 100% virgin wool C'VRAVELLE. $ 45 ·( hargr If FREDERIC K SHOPPING CENTER Open l)ail\ * Salurrt.i\ in \ M to '» P M "Nobody can tell me that ·/ electric heat is expensive^ I heat my 5-room home for only $93 a year. I'm more than glad I changed over to wonderful modern electric heating/' Mrs. Charles Crist Changing your home over to electric heat is fast, easy and economical. Mrs Crist had a lot of headaches with her old heating system It never seemed to keep her home c o m f o r t a b l e Finally she got fed up She looked into modern flameless electric heat A f t e r getting al! the details and t a l k i n g to her friends and neighbors who had electrically heated homes she decided to make the change in her home Now her home is a'v.ays c o m f o r t a b l e She can select j u s t the temperature she w a n t s in each room of her home She has no problem^ or w o r r i e s about maintenance Her home stays far cleaner since e l e c t r i c heat is light bulb clean. In addition, there's a special low heating rate that lowers the cost of all e l e c t r i c i t y used in her home Yes, electric heat is truly the modern, carefree way to heat your home No problems, no dirt, no noise . . . just wonderful, luxurious comfort. W i t h all the ease and convenience of electric heating, i t s no .vender that fue home- ov.ners a day are now i n s t a l l i n g flame- less e l e c t r i c heating So ,·,' y not m / t s t gate t f e w o n d e r f u l comfort and c o n / e n ence of e l e c t r i c heating for your home It costs nott.i ^g to get all the f a c t s and a free estimate. Call For V Tree F s t i m a t e -- Tht-se Potomai Kdi-on H e a t i n g Specialist-, are at \ o u r ser\ ice: In F r e d e r i c k -- D. C. (.rose, M. H. Dixon, I'. T. H m e h u u g h . .1. It. N \ h i t t i n R ton. It. I'. Kemus In M l . \ i i -- H. F. Dennis In H r u n s u i c k -- H. F. Nicholson In T a n e \ t o \ \ n -- h. F. Kemsluirtf, M. K. S m i t h CHANGE NOW Your complete, installation may cost as little as $40 down and $14 a month Just as easy as buym« a new rsnge or refrigerator 10 YEAR WARRANTY A l l h e a t i n g u n i t s a n d thermostats w II carry a ten year full parts and labor warranty No other heating system would dare offer such a complete guarantee Potomac Edison Part of the Allegheny Power System To: Conversion Heating Dept. Potomac Edison Co. 11 F Patrick S t . l-n-doruk. Md I would like to learn how my family can live better with Flameless Electric Heat! Please send me all the FACTS! Please have your heating specialist call me for an appointment NAME. ADDRESS. CITY PHONE.

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