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Frederick, Maryland
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DEATHS W. WOOOeWW SCOTT W.Wooftrew Scott, S7, - - - of ~ gomery General Hospital, Olney. He MS tontaDamascas,asin of Mrs. France* MaUlatx Scott of Damascus and the late WU- ttam N. Scott. He tad been en- ployed tor ·ejyyearsasa school be* driver fear the Montgomery He was a veteran of World War a member of the Damai Post 171 American Legion, the VFW Post 10076, of Mt. Airy. He was a member of the Loyal Order of the Moose, No. 371, ami me Frederlek Aerie No. 1067. Fraternal Order of Eagles. He was also a member of the Jeffersonian Democratic Club of Frederick, the Damascus Volunteer Fire Department, and the Damascus United Methodist Church* Surviving besides his wife and mother, is a brother, Donald N. Scott of Damascus; a stepson, Robert Shaw, Mt. Airy; and a jbter, Nora Lee Shaw, MBS. CLARA P. WILLIAMS Mr*. Clara Palmer William*, 65, Frederick, died thU morn- inf at Visitation Convent, where she lived and had been employed for about 90 years. She m* the widow of the late Fnufclin James Williams, and was the last of her immediate family. Sbe was a daughter of the mte Mr. and Mn. Pahner.Fred- eriek County, and was a member of St. John's Catholic Church. She Is survived by thefioUW ing cousins: John C. Johnson, Frederick; William Luther and Austin Johnson, both of Pittsburgh, and Mrs.AnnOrem, Frederick; also a brother-in-law, Marshall O. Williams, Frederick. Friends may call at Hicks Funeral Home today from 6-9 pan., where prayers will be held by St. John's Church. Funeral mass will be held Thursday at 10:30 a.m. at St. John's Catholic Church. Interment will be in the church cemetery. Friends may call at the Olih L. Molesworth Funeral Home in Damascus, Wednesday from 2 to 5 and from 7 to 9 pan. Services will be held Thursday at 11 a.m., at the Damascus United Methodist Church. The Rev. Frank Depro will officiate. Interment will be in the church MRS. ELSIE PEARL LAMBERT ' Mrs. Elsie»Pearl Lambert, 67, of Poolesville, died Tuesday at Frederick Memorial Hospital. Survivors include her husband, P. Wesley Lambert; a daughter, Mrs. Elsie Pauline Nichols of Poolesville; two sons, William W. Lambert of Dickerson and J. Thomas Lambert of Poolesville; a sister, Mrs. Ivy Gearhart of Westminster; two brothers, John Mumford and Earl Mumford, bom of Sykesville; and nine grandchildren. Friends may call at the Hilton Funeral Home in Barnesville, today from 7 to 9 pan. Services will be held at the funeral home, Thursday at 2 p.m. Interment will be in the Monocacy Cemetery in Bealisville. ANTONIO FAGGELLI Antonio Faggelli (Tony), 66, of Oakland Mill Road, near Sykesville, died at Ms'home Tuesday. He was born in New York. 'He was the husband of the late Mrs. Gloria A. Faggelli. Survivors include a son, Joseph Faggelli, at home. 1 Friends may call at the Waltz Funeral Home, Liberty Road in Winfleld, Thursday from 2 to 9 pjn. Prayers will be held at the funeral home, Friday at 9 a.m. Services will be held Friday at 9:30 at St. Joseph's Catholic Church near Eldersburg. This Rev. Fr. John Snyder will officiate. Interment will be in Lakeview Memorial Cemetery near Eldersburg. EDGAR GATES Edgar Gates, 73, of RFD 1, Thurmont, died Tuesday morning at his home. He was born in New York Ctiy. He was a member of St. John's Lutheran Church in Thurmont, and a member of the Frederick Elks Club. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Molly E. Bowers Gate two sons, Ralph Gates of Braddock Heights, and Rodney Gates of Glassboro, N.J.; two sisters, Mrs. Lewis Brach of New Jersey, and Mrs. Estella Haugh of New Jersey, and three grandchildren. Friends may call attheCreag- er Funeral Home in Thurmont .today from 7-9 pan. Services will be held at the funeral home, Thursday at 2 p.m. The Rev. William E. Ervin, his pastor, will, officiate. Interment will be in, the Beaevola Cemetery near Boonsboro. MARION BRUCE OLAND Marion Bruce Oland, 53, of Washington Grove, died near his home Monday of a heart attack. He was born in Frederick County, a son of the late Charles D. and Mamie G. bland. Survivors include his son, C. Bruce Oland of Frederick; two daughters, Mrs. Carole O. Shreve of Rockville, and Mrs. H. Elaine Hemby of Richardson, Texas; three grandsons, John T. Shreve and Robert A. Shreve, both of Rockville, and Bruce A. Oland of Frederick; a brother, James G. Oland of Missouri; six sisters, Mrs. Fern Day of Rockville, Mrs. Nell Miller of Frederick, Mrs. Catherine Routzahn of Glen Burnie, Mrs. June Best of Frederick, Mrs. Jean Crone of Frederick, and Miss Margaret Oland of Rockville. . Before World War H, he was a guard at the Glen L. Martin Co. in Baltimore. He 'entered the Army and after completing his tour of duty, purchased a florist shop known as Oland Florist on North Market Street He retired as an oil additive distributor on the EasternShore. He was a town councilman of Washington Grove. He was known as the "Pied Piper of Washington Grove," for giving children, wagon rides. Friends may call at the Tyson Wheeler Funeral Home, Rockville Pike, Rockville, today from 7 to 0 p.m. and Thursday from 9 to S and 7 to 9 pan. and at the Epworth United Methodist Church, Route 395 in Gaithers- burf, Friday -from 0 ajn. until time of the services there at 10 ajft. The Rev. Charles E. Harvey will officiate. Interment will be In the Mt. Olivet Cemetery. PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. Reno Michael. Myersville, recently flew to Dal- Tex., for the wedding of their son, Thomas W. Michael, and Marilyn Jean Marsh. Thomas is a 1970 graduate of Bob Jones University. Greenville, S.C., and will be a youth counselor during the summer. Miss Georgia Ann Reightler of RFD 6, Bartonsville, a student at the Maryland Medical Secretarial School in Hagerstown, is presently engaged in on-the-job training at the University Hospital in Baltimore for the summer months of June throughAug- ust. Miss Reightler has been accepted as a medical secretary at University Hospital following graduation, however, she has Thurmont Girl Injured Going To Commencement FUNERALS FRANKLIN CUNGERMAN JR. Funeral services for Franklin David Clingerman Jr., infant son of Franklin D. and Linda Darlene Fox Clingerman, 1506 West Eighth St., who died Sunday at the Johns Hopkins Hospital, were held from the Robert E. Dailey and Son Funeral Home, 1201 North Market St., Tuesday at 1 p.m. The Rev. Ellen Blackwell, pastor of the Peoples Church of Falls Church, Va., officiated at the services. Interment was in Mount Olivet Cemetery. GERALD BIEHL Largely attended funeral services for Gerald "Benny" Biehl, husband of Thelma Shafer Biehl, who died Saturday morning at the Frederick Memorial Hospital, were held from the Etchison Funeral Home Tuesday morning at 11 a.m. The Rev. Paul L. Althouse, pastor of the Evangelical Reformed Church, officiated. Attending in a body were fellow employes of Mr. Biehl who worked in his section at Fort Detrick. Pallbearers were James Albright, James A. Gar- rettj John Main, John Curtis, Garry Boyer and Robert Wivell. Interment was in Mt. Olivet Cemetery. M. R. Etchison and Son, funeral directors. MRS. J. D. VANWESTENBERG Funeral services for Mrs. Jol- len D. VanWestenberg, wife of Martin VanWestenberg of Middletown, who died at the Frederick Memorial Hospital Saturday, were held from the Gladhill Funeral Home In Middletown Tuesday at 2 p.m. The Rev. Thomas Shriner officiated. Pallbearers were Beverly Zirkle, Neal McPhall, Malcolm Beall Sr., Malcolm Beall Jr., Melburn Reeves and George Thompson. Interment was in the Lutheran Cemetery, Middletown. Hearings (Continued From Page One) Also required is mat neighboring counties plan cooperatively for border areas. New legislation permits, but does not require, conditional zoning and the legislator urged the commission to adopt this type of zoning. Such action would mean that the county could zone certain areas for special uses with restriction attached. This might allow zoning of an agricultural area for mobile home park use to meet current housing needs with the condition mat within a certain time limit a higher land use designation would be attached to the areas and the mobile home facilities would be removed. A clause that would require dedication of school and paries sites by large residential developers was not included in the legislation that was endorsed by the legislature, Byron said. No Power Shortage Seen Here Local electric power officials see no dangerous power shortages in Frederick County's future this summer, even though national officials have been conducting a nationwide campaign to cut back consumer use of air conditioners. With memories of last summer's power shortage haunting them, the President's Office of Emergency Preparedness has issued a report stating that the entire Eastern Seaboard will fact! a tight power capacity problem, even if normal temperatures prevail. Insufficient generating capacity, according to the report, is the main reason for concern. Power companies across the country have thus pleaded with their customers to use air conditioners moderately so as to not overtax existing reserves, Local Potomac Edison spokesman said the local company "should have adequate generating capacity." Barring any unusual breakdown, the company should have sufficient reserves and recommends no immediate cutback is necessary. made yet. no final commitments as An 18 year-old RFD 2 Thurmont girl was injured in aThurs- day night accident on Md. 77. two miles west of Thurmonj^ A spokesman at Annie Warner Hospital in Gettysburg saidDella T* Lewis was treated for broken arm and bruises and admitted to the hospitaL Miss Lewis was a senior at Catoctin High School and was traveling to commencement exercises when the accident occurred. Police said the accident occurred at 7:15 p.m. when Miss Lewis lost control of her small foreign car and struck a tree on the north side of the road. Tpr. John Blake is investigating for mechanical defects. No charges have been placed. Ocean City Site Sought For Festival BEHOBOTH BEACH, Del (AP) -- What was planned as a July 4th rock music festival here but sidetracked by legislation may wind up outside Ocean City, Md. Bruce Kraft, a college student from Washington, D.C.. said tentative site has been found near'Berlin, Md., about eight miles from the seaside resort "We have not obtained any permits yet, nor has the land we are interested in been rezoned for the concert," said Kraft. "But if we are successful in making the arrangements, we would like to hold an all-day concert and have some political leaders speak at it during th course of the day," he said. Sfrie Sfcute Jotcn Papers In Britain LONDON (AI) - With the British election only eight (taps away, a newspaper strike si- enced some strong Conservative voices today. But the Tories set out to make campaign capital because Fleet Street** first all-paper walkout in IS years came under a Labor govern. Dent. Prime Minister Harold Wilson interrupted his campaigning to meet Tuesday with representatives from Britain's nine nation, al newspapers and the printers' union which is demanding a 25 per cent pay raise. The talk ailed, and for the first time in history the paper shut down in the middle of an election cam. paign. The Communist Morning Star, which is not a member of the Newspaper Publishers' Association, was the only paper on the London streets today. The majority of the newspapers are backing the Conservatives, so the strike cut off one source of campaign harassment of the Laborites. However, Conservative campaigners were certain to seize on the strike as fresh fuel for their charge that wage demands are out of control because of the considerable increases the government has allowed numerous categories of workers. Representatives of the publishers and the printers are to meet with Wilson at No. 10 Downing Street again Thursday. The strikers, ranging from janitors to printers, now earn $48 to $120 a week. The publishers offered a 5 per cent increase, saying the 25 per cent demanded by the union would cost 52.8 million a year and would kill off some newspapers already having a hard time with rising costs. The struck papers are the Daily Express, the Daily Mail, the Daily Sketch, the Times, the Guardian, the Daily Mirror, the Sun, the Daily Telegraph and the Financial Times. Just before the newspaper blackout, the Labor party was able to inject one piece of encouraging news into the campaign: a report of more big surpluses in Britain's money dealings with the rest of the world The report said the nation had a $285.6 million balance of payments surplus for the first three months of this year and a $1.4! billion surplus for the fiscU year that ended in April. Wilson has pegged most of his campaign on the claim that Labor has pulled the country out the economic doldrums and put it in the black for the first time in years. ' Ford Backs Awards For U. S. Solutions WASHINGTON (AP) - Kep Gerald R. Ford, R-Mch., proposed today a federal program of $25,000 awards to Americans who develop solutions to nation al problems. "I have long felt that someone should create an atmosphere o incentive for Americans at the grass-roots level to come up with answers to some of our most pressing problems-- like maybe a fellow in his home garage devising an effective bu inexpensive device for controlling air pollution," Ford said. "I would like to enlist all o our citizens in a campaign to pick our national problems." Hot, Humid Weather To Stay Weather conditions for the remainder of the week will be warm and humid, withaminimalchance- of rain in the Frederick area. Today's forecast calls for partly cloudy skies, highs in the middle 80s and a 10 per cent chance of precipitation. Conditions on Thursday are expected to bring little change. Overnight lows may droptothe low 60s as the humidity remains quite high. Friday will be fair and warm according to the weatherman. On Tuesday the mercury ros to a high of 86 degrees. The The oldest bridge in Paris is the Pont Neuf. built in 1577. ft carries the city's first sidewalks and a horseback statue of its builder. King Henry IV. Rock Concert Sunday In Park A free rock concert will be held in Baker Park, Sunday, June 21, from 1 to 7 p.m. Sponsored by the Frederick Free Community, the bands playing free of charge will include Frederick, the Fain Moss Campaign (formerly Damian and the Expressions), and PopCorn. Additional bands are scheduled to perform throughout the afternoon. The concert will be held in the area behind the Frederick Swimming Pool, underneath the trees. The public is invited. PUBLIC SALE SALE UNDER Mechanics Lien On June 17,1970, at 1:30 P.M, we win sell at public auction at our place of business at KEY CHEVROLET - C A D I L L A C SALES, INC., 10S East Patrick Street, Frederick, Maryland, the following cars: 2. 1966 Pontiac Station Wagon, 4 door, Serial Number V7S6S1634, stored in the name of George Lookingbill, Taneytown, Maryland. S. 1966 Chevrolet Belair, 4 door, Serial Number 156695- Y166696, stored in the name of Larry H. Boyce, New Design Road, F r e d e r i c k , Maryland. 7. 1960 Chevrolet Corvair, 2 door, Serial Number 00569- W158326, stored in the name of John W. Moore, 304 Chal- pen Lane, Saxton, Pennsyl vania. IS. 1981 Valiant, 4 door, Serial Number 08260312P, stored in the name of Robert Hoffman, Rt 1, Westminster, Maryland. 18. 19S4 Chevrolet, 4 door, Serial Number 54B079910, stored in the name of Maryland State Polke, Barrack B, Frederick, Md. 19. 1961 Cadillac, convertible, 4 door, Serial Number 1WW- 17090, stored in the name of Harold Ricketts, Gene Hemp Rd., Jefferson, Maryland. 23. 1955 Plymouth, 4 door, Ser-j ial Number 13871840, Stored in the name of Joe Mercer, Rt. 10, Gash'ouse Pike, Frederick, Md. 24. 1960 Chevrolet Impala, Serial Number 01837B167431, stored in the name of Herman Wedge, Ijamsville, Maryland. 25. 1953 Cadillac, 4 door, green, Serial Number 536204231, stored, in the name of John Sbelhorse, 150 West Pat- « rick St., Frederick, Maryland. 36. 1961 Cadillac, Serial Number 61B013530, stored in the name of Robert Carroll, Lincoln Apartments, Frederick, Maryland. 37. 1967 Ford Van, stored in the name of Universal Carpet Sales Service, P. 0. Box 38, Damascus, Maryland. 35. 1960 Plymouth, 4 door, Serial Number 2216112718, stored in the name of Rick Snowden,. Ijamsville, Maryland. 38.1969 Chevrolet Chevelle, Serial Number 136379B3370- 64, stored in the name of Robert Brown, 4004 Edmund Street, Washington, D. C. Sales under Sections 41. through 45 of Article 63 of the Md. Code. Terms of Sale: CASH. John L. Ponton, Auctioneer Richard C. Sappington, Clerk LOCAL MENTIONS ATTENTION: MOTHERS Loflfrtng for the best in child care for the summer or year round? CHILDREN'S WORLD NURSERY Phone 662-3004 FREE FREE FREE Hundreds of Bonus S.4.H. Green Stamps FREDERICK CITY ESSO West Patrick Bentz Sts. STOP ge^your bonus cards today MARSHALL'S GARAGE ' Mountaindale TOP QUALITY MECHANICAL WORK Fair Prices (Next to Gladnill's Store) Five Enroll In Police Academy Five local men have starting training in the Frederick City Police Academy. Enrolled in the 16-week training course are Wayne D. Bruchey, 26, of RFD 3, Frederick; William L. Nichols, 25, of Jefferson; Thomas E. Fritz, 20, of West Second Street; James A. Underwood Jr.,- 26, of Pearl Street; and Timothy E. May, 21, of South Market Street. The men all entered the training program as prospective Frederick City policemen. The five addition policemen will bring the force up to a full strength of 50 men. overnight temperature hit a low of 62. No precipitation was recorded for the Fredtrick area during the past 24 hours. INDUCTS NEW LIONS - George Davidson, fifth from right, Director of Lions International, inducted eight new members of the Glenwood Lions Club during its regular dinner meeting at the West Friendship Volunteer Fire Association Hall on June 1. Davidson, a Baltimore County resident and a former top Maryland State Police official, is shown congratuli Fred Madden, inducted as the Club's tnly honorary member. Those participating In the induction ceremony were left to right, Edward Brown of Glenwood, Allen Hill of Daisy, Howard Haiges of Glenwood, Tom Williams of Qenelg, Governor Robert Kitchln of District 22A of Lions International, Madden. Davidson, Fletcher Potter of Glenelg, sponsor Ernest Gladstone, Paul Htnmssy of Glenwood, and James Zuck of West Friendship. IN MEMORIAM In Memoriam PAUST -- Douglas Clifford. In loving memory of our brother and brother-in-law on his birthday, June 10th. If you could just be here with us, Or we could be there with you, And we could chat of this and that, And things we used to do. Wouldn't it be wonderful, Wouldn't the world seem gay, And wouldn't it be grand to be Together for your birthday. Sadly missed by SISTER AND BROTHER-INLAW LOCAL MENTIONS PILOT One or two partners to buy high speed, single engine bird. Phone 662-5419, Notice I will not be responsible for any debts other than those contracted by me. GERALD R. BOWIE 110 W. All Saints Street Frederick, Md. Eugene M. Bitter Co. PAINTING CONTRACTOR Interior Exterior Phone 662 8316 Apartments Available Comfortably Furnished PLEASANT LODGE- OCEAN CITY Ph. D. E. Sherman, 662-5967 STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL June 13 Hyattstown Carnival Grounds Family Style Fried Chicken Dinner Strawberries * Ice Cream Games ft Ball Game S P. M. until Benefit Hyattstown Volunteer Fire Department Ladies' Auxiliary Dewntewn Parking Spaces For Rent Available July 1 Rear of M E. Patrick St. Low monthly rate Call Baltimore 945-3811 After 6 P. M. ft reverse charges GRILL COOK Part-Time-- Evenings Apply in Person WATSON'S FAMILY RESTAURANT Castle Farms at Sixes Bridge between Detour Emmitsburg Is Open FOR CHICKEN ORDERS Please Call 447-6233 Rummage Sale ASBURY METHODIST CHURCH W. All Saints Court Sts. Friday, June 12, 9 A. M. Bethel Busy Bees A Meeting Of All Democratic voters of the Walkersville district for reorganization of central committee. June 15, at 8 00 in the Fire Hall. THE NEWS, Frederick, Maryland J«M 10, 1870 Page A-5 LOCAL MENTIONS Come To Our Grand Opening June 14--2 to 8 P. M. ELDER'S ANTIQUES Unionviile, Maryland Carnival MT. PLEASANT RURITAN June 6 Thru 13, 1970 Parade -- Wednesday, 7 P« M. Descendants of Oscar May Waltz Reunion June 14, Staley Park. Basket lunch 12:30. Rain or shine. CappeUo'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 % doz. 39c Always Shop CAPPELLO'S It Pays Used Plumbing Heating Material Furnaces, oil burners, oil tanks, water heaters, 1 5-ton Trame air conditioner--excellent condition, bathroom fixtures, pipe, valves, etc. Weil Bros., 55 Hamilton Avenue. 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 i^oans Available To Share Holders Robert B. Eisenhauer Sec -Treasurer Phone 662-8231 Smorgasbord Sunday, June 14 Family Style At Libertytown Fire Hall Adults $2.00, Children $1.00 12-6 p. m. Bake Goods Novelty Table Strawberry Festival Saturday, June 13th--7 P. M. United Civic Association, Shookstown Games--Rides--Food Keller Son Home Improvement Service Free Estimates on Any Kind of Job Phone 662-6182 or 662-8127 360 W. Patrick St. Eyler's Excavating H. D. 6 Front End Loader Ponds--Basements, Headrows, Etc. Free Estimates By Contract or Hour Any Job Large or Small PHONE 845-6320 Woodsboro, Md. Rt. 1 Shamrock Majorettes KIDS' DAY AWARDS 1st. Ed. Walters, Rockville 2nd. Mrs. H Albert Dean, Fred 3rd Robert T. Gray, Clarksburg Bicycle--Mrs Charles Stone, Fred. Retired Carpenter Son Desires Repair Remodeling Work 293-2019 or 293-2677 Card of Thanks We would like to thank the many relatives and friends for their kindness during the illness and death of our mother, Mrs. Lily G. Linck. Also many thanks to Dr. T. Stone, nurses and aides of Frederick Memorial hospital and staff, Rev. Father Becker, Mr. Robert Dailey Funeral Home. A special thanks for the many cards and flowers. ANNA FEASTER, LAURA HANDLEY, MARY WEBBER LOCAL MENTIONS Watch fer Graad Opening ELDER'S ANTIQUES June 14,1970 Public Sale FRI., JUNE 19 at 10:00 A. M., the effects of the late Clarence Jackson al his farm located 2% miles North of Union Bridge along the Middleburg Road will sell furniture, shop tools, machinery, feeds and heifers. Jas. G. Trout Auction Realty, Inc. Lease and Wachter, Clerks. Signs Sign Painting Truck Lettering General Sign Work TED POOLE Phone 663-9122 Top Quality Beef By The Quarter, Half or Whole By The Half, 58c Per Lb. Cu l For Freezer R- D. HEMP SONS Jefferson 473-5700, 7 To 5 i . _ _ - j 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, Country Hams ' Sugar Cured Phone E. G. Sappington Frederick 662-3990 R. F, Sappington Lime Kiln, 874-2141 Auction 1929 Chevrolet 4-Dr. Sedan will be offered at the Brown Sale, Sat, June 13th near Barnesville. RALPH THATCHER Owner Foul's Blacksmith Shop Will Not Be Open On Saturdays DURING JUNE, JULY AND AUGUST Swimming Pool Chemicals Complete line--chlorine, Sure- flox, aquet and dry acid. TREELAND NURSERIES, INC. 1 Mile West On Rt 40 Call 662-1141 Announcement We are pleased to announce that Linda Lake is now a member of our staff at the Beauty 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. Up to 6 mos. to pay No Carrying Charge SHERWIN WILLIAMS 28 E. Patrick St. CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING Air Cleaners--Humidification Electric Heat--Insulation Free estimates--no obligation Factory trained servicemen-We Service all Makes For prompt attention to your request--PHONE 662-6474 HYDRO-AIRE, INC. 101 Grove Rd. Evergreen Point Notice I will not be responsible for any debts other than those contracted by me LOUIS YEAGER 517 E. Potomac St., Brunswick. Md. For Sale All Perennials All Annual Flowering Plants All Vegetable Plants Reduced to % Price All Pull Plants Including: Cabbage, Marigolds, Zinnias, etc. Reduced to lc Each MARGARET'S FLORISTS 328 W. Patrick St. Frederick, Maryland Notice Any person trespassing on my property between Charlotte Stull and George Tribby will be dealt with according to law. GEORGE C. KLINE SNOWBALLS 15 cents 20 cents 700 W. Patrick Street Frederick, Md. Open 6 to 10 P. M. weekdays 1 to 10 P. M week-ends City Health Dept. Approved The Donut Shoppe Will Have Kinklings For The Month of June End Of Newsprint Rolls Ideal for picnic tables, Children's art projects, any place where large quantity of low cost paper is required. 32 inches wide by hundreds of feet long 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 Knapp Shoes Farm Shoes Shoes for Casual Wear On Sale This Month RUDY HAMILTON Walkersville 845-8145 Plants For Sale Chester L. Grove 103 E. 8th. St. VEGETABLES FLOWERS , Carpet Remnants 50% to 75% 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 Carpet Binding · , Machine Sewn . » While You Wait or Call for pick up and delivery- KING FLOOR SERVICED 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. Opeu Every Night TU 9 ' Cool . . . ' 'Your Home This Summer With Central Air Conditioning - : CBS Electric Co. 663-5222 NOW ON SALE!!! THE WORLD IN 1969 Captured in one Volume. History as we lived it ^ 296 pages; 60 Color photos;,Written by AP men and women the world over. $3.95 Plus Tax AVAILABLE AT: ; BUSINESS OFFICE FREDERICK NEWS-POST' 200 E. Patrick Street RODGER'S Hard Shell Crabs Seafood Platters Pan Fried Chicken New York Strip Steak Rodger's, N. Market St., Ext., 663-3903 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 be sure to inspect Mea- dowcrest Subdivision. Lots are wooded. Located on Old Receiver Road at Shookstown. CROCKER LITTLE BUILDERS, INC. 9 x 12 Rugs -- Only S5.8S Open 'Til 9 P. M. SHEPLEY'S -- 50 S. Market St In Town FREDERICK GLASS SHOP* 301 E. 4th Street 663-3117 Cessp-ols A id Septk Tanks Cleaned, Repaired Installed Day or Night Phone 473-8294 B W. DISPOSAL SERVICE Stitely's Upholstery Fhop Upholstery Custom Drapes Free Pickup Delivery Thurmont, Md. -- 271-2590 ·' Paper Hanging Woodrow (Bill) Anierson PRONE 663-5487 For Sale USED ALUMINUM PLATES 22%" wide; 36" length .009 thick Sturdy, but flexible Printing on one side only ·' S25c each -- 5 for $1.00 $18.00 per hundred ' Apply Business Office Frederick News-Post : 200 East Patrick St. 8 A M. tc 5 P. M, , SPAPFRl SPATTIU

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