The News from Frederick, Maryland on September 11, 1967 · Page 7
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The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 7

Frederick, Maryland
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Monday, September 11, 1967
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Baltimore To Be Host Of Realtors A record attendance jf realtors, mortgage bankers and real estate salesmen from ill sections of the state, is 2\pect- cd at the annual fall conference ot the Maryland Association of Real Estate Boards, Oct G and 7, at the Baltimore Statler-Hilton i Discussion topics .scheduled for the two-day meeting include, "Working with Public Officials," "Opportunities in Soeciahzed Real Estate Fields " New Ideas and Techniques in Marketing,'· 'Let's Talk Financing," and "Realtor Salesmen Relationships " Registrants also will hear from William Boucher III, .-xe- cutive director of the Greater Baltimore Committee, and the Rev Ernest K Emunan, minister tf the Chenvdale Methodist Church of Arlington, Va The Conference will -onclude on Oct 7 with a banquet at which Maryland's Realtor tt the Year will be honored William H C Wilson of Baltimore, heads the committee Carl R Sturges of Bethesda, is president of the 5,000-rnem- ' er, state-wide grouo Ailing Pope Hopeful Of Recovery Shortly VATICAN CITY ( A P ) -Ailing Pope Paul VI appeared in public Sunday for the first time S-nce falling ill a week ago In a weak and trembling voice he ex- pressed hope to a cheering crowd in St Peter's Square that he would soon recover. The Pope appeared at his studio window to give his Sunday noon blessing 13 hours after his doctor announced that the illness was acute cystopyeli- tis-mflammation of the urinary system Dr. Mario Fontana said it was hoped the pontiff, who turns 70 Sept 26, would be able to resume his normal schedule "as soon as possible " Witenstein Again Heads Chamber Matthew M Witenstein, director of Capitol Research As- -cciates in Rockville, was re- e'ected and installed as president of the Montgomery County t. hambei af Commerce recent- Senior Fellowship Center Plans For Active Program Down at 10 South Court Street, there is much going and coming and hustling and bustlmg- the new Senior Fellowship Center is opening fulltime and senior citizens of Frederick to will enjoy a f r iendly visitor who keeps them in touch with what is going on in his community, FCCA hopes to enlist enough volunteers to visit all those old- vice m and tell the peison there what your "Line" is The old saying, "All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy" applies to the older adult, too Recreation Services are greatly needed in the lives of most Senior Ci'uens - activities planned so that they will develop meaningful and satisfying ways for them to use time and to Woman Hurt As Navy Jet Crashes Home WASHINGTON ( A P ) - \ Nav THE NEWS, Frederick, Maryland Monday. Srptemiwr 11. 1967 Page 7 Iv He is a resident of Silver The center's program is still the planning and develop- but the Frederick mission on the Ag- endeavoring to make an of the older adul's needs They are working closely with the existing agencies and organizations to meet the needs and stimulate the development of new services Primarily, while offering individual services, *hey are trying to find out how they can improve the meaning to his life and achieve a maximum realization of his ' potential In keeping the center manned at all times by capable persons, the FCCA hopes to maintain a would like to establish a "Mr Fix - It" service There are some older adults in need cf practical and brief services due to illness or chronic con ditions - this service might cjn- sist of disposing of trash, writing letters, paying bills, shopping, changing light bulbs, and making minor repairs around the home which the elderly usually do for themselves The Center hopes to build up an employment seivice for the elderly if there is a need expressed for this service FCCA has had many calls asking for an elderly lady to share a home with a semi-invalid or just to share a home for company To recruit for lobs and match older adults to the work, FCCA must have a list of the skills or crafts of the talented senior n.any years, and also heads the Economic Development Committee He is also serving on the Ad 4oc Committee to evaluate ihe ' : eneral Plan which was ^et up by the County Council to btudy the 1 )64 General Plan The ^roup looks lorward to another oroductive vear and expects to enlarge its activities for the coming year The first marling will deal with resourc- PS for tourism development n Montgomery County Currently, FCCA wishes to enlarge its "Buddy System" of telephone reassurance A friendly individual will call an elderly person living alone each day at a prearranged *im3 to determine if they can be of h-lo or iust to chat awhile The o'der adult is encouraged to discuss his needs and interests Since there is nothing so bore- some as loneliness, many older adults need a friendly, interested visitor The Senior Citizens who are shut-ins and can't get out DEPARTMENT STORES SPECIAL PURCHASE Mon. Tues Only Another Anniversary Special Boys' No Iron Long Sleeve Sport Shirts for 1.68 Each Sa\e On Permanent Press Iv\ Or Dino Stvled Shirts. Go Dacron '55' Cotton finished b Kors- tron's n e w miracle n e \ e r iron process. Hut ton do\vn collars in the ne\\ F'all shades. Plaid patterns in si/es J I S T SAY · ( H A R O r I I Boys' S 10 95 Value Outerwear 66 Thickset corduroy; fancy knit collar, zip off hood. Laminated Nylon bomber with knit collar, cuffs and waist. Fully lined. Choice of colors. Si/es 6 to 18. FREDERICK SHOPPING CENTER W. 7th St. at Srhley Ave.. Route !.', Exit 7 - \ Shop Mon. -- S a t . 10 \.M. To »:30 P.M. travel through the ees of o'hers, painting, cards, leading (Center will have books to loan) chess, dominoes, all kinds of crafts, bowling and perhaps interesting trips Of course, there are many opportunities for the older adult to be of service to his community FCCA will be happy to help the Senior Citizen who comes to them at the Center, choose a service which will satisfy his need of being useful and keep him busy FCCA needs the advice of the older adults to help them plan activities which the elderly might enjoy Foi instance, how many older adults would like to know how to type and to paint in their spaie time 9 Come down to the Center and give the "planners" the value of Base Fudav nking a shghtlv mjunng one occu- was at work at the time and a 13-year-old daughter also was away from home Kniffen, 32, comes from Mount Pleasant, Mich , and is on active duty with the Naval Air Reserve Training unit at Andrews The plane crashed as it was conrng in for a landing The cause of th? malfunction was not known immediately The crash scene is jus* off the There are over 1.100 specie* of trees in the U S. The pilot, N a \ Lt Tenv R Kniffen of nearby Camp c prmgs, Md , ejected before the plane hit and escaped serious injury A. helicopter took him to the \n diews Air Force Base Hospital f j r a checkup Base officials said the plane hit the home of James H Sun- deiland about a mile north of the airport iunwa Mrs Sunderland, in the house alone at the time was cut b / flying debris She escaped through a window of the home and w-is taken to the base hospital for obsei vation Considerable damage was done to the singls - st'i 1 "'/ house by the crash and lesultant fire Furderland identified as a U S Information Agency employe, circ'es Washington It is about one-half mile fr m the site of a Feb 4 crash in ivhich a Navy jet struck the beltway at the height of the evening rush hour Five person" were injured in that crash, but two Navy officers parachuted to safety Mexico of silver produced 1,303 tons FARMERS SUPPLY CO. DEI.AVAL MILKERS All Gtnuln* DcLavil Milker Part* Full UIM OI Farm H«rdw»rt New Idea Farm Machinery Dtming Wil*r Pumps Open eri«y 'light* Cn'il 9 O'clock South Can-oil St Frederick. Md Phone Monument 3 3271 Bi:A I r TY-DIGMTY WARMTH and GRACIOCSNESS \ll very important In our Funeral Home DAILEY'S FUNERAL HOME 1201 NORTH MARKET ST. Successor To C. E. dine Son EST -M3 TrcdiCion--Understanding and Personal Attention is always extended at Dailey's. HERE! TRUCKS Half-ton Fleetside Pickup tsiV?' ^ ·$""· Chevy-Van 108 Look at a// you get you cam get anywhere else! ONLY CHEVROLET GIVES YOU ALL THESE TRUCK FEATURES FOR '68! Road-balanced ride with rugged coll springs an around 1 C o i l s p r m c - JHiver m e y t r a smooth nJe T h a t s v v h y \ e put truck designed coils a + all four wheels of the pop ular \,! nnd , ton C h e * y pickups Add work-proved Independent FrontSuspen sion and you havf thf eisy ride plus built in »ouphiiPbS ttiat comes only with T f S Chevrolet pickup 1 · C h e * y Vans the lo.^ cost delivery units, cushion ,our carp,o w i t h a d v a n c e d d e s i g n tapered leaf springs front and rear . BIJ; Chevies up to 3? 000 Ihs GVW travel on rugged varnblf rate leaf springs front and rear. TrucK-tough can and body with double-strong construction! All C h e v r o l e t t r u c k s h WP more than onf 1 nb f h e r f s the Dtie outside plus the r ne i n s i d e D o u b l e - w a l l c o n - struction does it Double s t i Tip 1 P i c k u p c T b s f 3r e y a m p l ^ Co..I wmdsh eld pillars roof in 1 do ir open im s ire doubl- btru . t i ··! p it) t i I ' Ht tt ' p i c k u p bo ' L s h ) ye f u l l double ,/all iu't s in i t nl t iti* 1 The s t r e r i i th (;f t,, l)oxes m one -- p l u s we ithtr prot( ction in 1 no f x t e n o r wel i ! ] if ts t ) r u s t 1 F r itii pickup ^ n 1 v t i jy Vans to the bu lu i / l u t / t r u ' ks -they re ill double strong whf re they should be 1 Extra workoower with lob tailored engines! on your t i^ est jobs s a ^ e \ tli gasoline or 2 and 4 c y c l e dieseis Check all the · i t mes avaihble for con ^ e j t i j n i l p i c k u p s in 6S' Bet m with t h - I5S hp 250 S i v - t i f , e s » s t m d a r d ^ i x v ju TII buy Or ask for the 9/ ; Siv There's a brand- new 200-hp 307 V8 that's s t a n d a r d in V8 models. S p e c i f y a ^27 V^ or 310 hp -!90 VS 1 You won t find a broader raiu'e of power in my popular pickup 1 · In Chevy Vins get six econ only jr VH i o · O r d e r i as oline or c'tesel economy in I irger lelivery vans. Styling with a purpose that sets me pace! T a k e a good look at Chevrolet s style --like the lo// silhouette of the '68 pickups It helps provide road- holding stability and cuts ,Mnd resistance The cab design gives a better view down front for greater man e u v e r a b i l i t y and a d d e d s a f e t y . Big w i n d o w s give unsurpassed viS'bility Biggest service network. Y o u r e n e v e r f a r f r o m a C h e v r o l e t d e a l e r because there are more of them, r e a d y t o h e l p y o u k e e p workiru' and earning. So see v ur nearby Chevrolet de iler t o d a y -- s e e the 63 Job T i m e r s w i t h all the things you can t eet anv- v-here else 1 See the '68 Job Tamer trucks at your Chevrolet dealer's! KEY CHEVROLET - CADILLAC SALES, INC. 106 East Patrick St. Frederick, M a r y l a n d 21701

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