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   Frederick News-Post (Newspaper) - November 29, 1969, Frederick, Maryland                                Page B-10 THE POST, Frederick, Maryland Saturday, November 1969 Half-Century Of Service Raymond Bowers Retires From Frederick Iron Steel After nearly half a century of service, Raymond E. Bower ST. has retired as general superin- tendent of Frederick Iron and Steel Inc. In a letter ID all employees, the management of the local foun- dry and machine shop announced retirement and paid tri- bute to the contributions he has made to the growth and operation of the company. He was born to Lewistowr was reared in Frederick County. After be had served .'his apprenticeship as machinist with Landis Machine Company, .Waynesboro, Pa., he moved to Alliance, Ohio, and worked for 'the Morgan Engineering Com- pany. He returned to Frederick to 1920. Bowers joined Frederick Iron and Steel on June 1, 1920 as a machinist Early to 1922 he was promoted to foreman of the ma- Raymond E. Bowers Sr. Ridge. Mrs. J. D. Kaas Correspondent Mr. and Mrs. Earl Plummer visited recently with Mrs. Ida Bolton to Rockville. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Tabler and family, Arbutus; Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Tabler and family, Airy; Mrs. Paul Derr, Mary .Jane Zimmerman, Feagaville; Virginia Derr, Monrovia; Mrs. Charles Stockman and fam- ily; Frederick; George Simms, Lewisburg, Va.; Mrs. SarahTab- ler and Lucille Moody, Silver "Spring, were recent guests of Edith Tabler and brother Albert. The Ladies's Auxiliary of the Ridge Volunteer Fire Co. a banquet recently in the Ifire hall to approximately 150 members and parents of the "Rocky Ridge 4-H Club. Mr. and Mrs. David Stonesif- Ter, Mr. and Mrs. JackMcLaugh- Beckie and Dale, Taneytown, "visited recently with Mr. and -Mrs. Edgar Troxell andsonMel- "vin. Mrs. Edith Gruber, Mr. and .Mrs. Charles Keeney and family -and Mr. and Mrs. Gailord Put- jnan and son Russell attended a -baby shower recently for Mrs. "Clinton Crushon, Westminster, at; -the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Albaugh, Union Bridge. Many .gifts were received by the guest 'of honor. Mr. and Mrs. John Orndorff served a Thanksgiving day dto- Jier on Sunday to 16 members j of their family. Mrs. Edna Saylor has re- turned home from the Frederick Memorial Hospital where she was a surgical patient Mr. and Mrs. Russell Alexan- der and son Russell Jr., Oakland; Mary Ellen Klacik, Silver Spring; Mrs. Fred Zeigler and Fred Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Zeigler, Westminster; Mr. and Mrs. Ray- r i i GIFTS GIFTS UNDER >1510 1 Weather Vanes American Eagles Maple Cutting; Boards Maple Ptatters Walnut Lazy Susan Pttt i i i 2 i i i i i i i i i i i i i i Spice Rack Gun Rack Cutlery Set Fireplace Grate Torch Kit Plaque .uond Bloom and family, Union- town; Phil Zimmerman, Detour, were recent guests of Mr. anc Mrs. Donald Pangle and family. The Willing Workers Society of Mt. Tabor Lutheran Church served a banquet recently to the fire hall to approximately 200 members of the Frederick County Pomona Grange. Recent guests of Mr. George Motter were Mr. and Mrs. G. Edwin Motter, Gardners Sta- tion, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Motter and family, Bendersville; Mr. and Mrs. Warren Motter and family, Menges Mill and Francis Miller, Gettysburg. Cpl. Larry Smith, Washington, D.C., spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Karl Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Null, Baltimore, visited recently with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Saylor. Leonard Sherrard, Pittsburgh spent a weekend with Mr. and Mrs. John Orndorff. Recent guests of Mrs. Edith Gruber and Mr. and Mrs. Char- les Keeney and family were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Moser, Mr. and Mrs. John Stitely, John Jr. and Bonnie, LeGore; Mr. and Mrs. James Sanders of Emmitsburg and Mrs. George Albaugh, Union Bridge, The bans of Marriage have been published for Miss Paula Lowman, Williamsport, and Ed- ward Francis Orndorff, Rocky Ridge, who will be married De- cember 13 at St Rita's Catholic Church to Blue Ridge Summitt. Mrs. Catherine Valentine wishes to thank all her friends who remembered her on her birthday. She received 45 hand- kerchiefs. The Ladies Auxiliary to the Rocky Ridge Volunteer Fire Co. served a banquet at the fire hall recently to 100 members and friends of the Rocky Ridge Volunteer Fire Co. Mrs. Edith Gruber and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Keeney and familj attended a butchering at the horn of Mr. and Mrs. Gailord Putman. Five large hogs were butchera and six cans of lard were ob- tained. chine shop. In addition to machin ing parts for its own line centrifugal pumps, the machine shop was engaged at that tim to building large stokers for the Combustion Engineering Com- pany. On May 1, 1941 be was appointed general superinten- dent, remaining to that capacity until the present time. He resides at 120S W. Seventh St. with his wife, the former Margaret Elizabeth Dutrow, whom he married to 1912. They have four children, six grand- children and three great grand- children. In addition to his duties at Frederick Iron and Steel, be has contributed generously and significantly tc Sie cf the community. He has been a special deputy to Frederick County since 1932, and is a mem- ber of Junior Fire Company No. 2. An active Mason, he is a mem- ber of Lynch Lodge No. 163, A.F. A.M.; Frederick Lodge of Perfection, Chesapeake Con- sistory, 32nd Degree; Tall Ce- dars of Lebanon, Frederick For- est No. 132; and is a past patron of Frederick Chapter No. 79, Order of the Eastern Star. He is also a member and active participant to the affairs of the Fraternal Order of Eagles, Ledge No. 371, Aerie No. 1067; the Loyal Order of Moose; the V.F.W. Country Club; and Mountain City Lodge 29 of the Knights of Py- thias, of which he is also Past Chancel Commander. Mr. and Mrs. Bowers are members of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Frederick. Commenting on Bowers' re- tirement, H.R. Burgess, execu- tive vice president and general manager of Frederick Iron and Steel, said, "We know of no problem ever put to Mr. Bowers Mt he did not tackle with will- ingness and enthusiasm, no task assigned that he has notfulfilled. lis handling of all situations on an honest and fair basis is an example to everyone, and has made mis world a better place in which to Steak Knife Set Harness Hook Fire Mark Mail Box Bulletin Board Match Holder Tie Rack Hostess Server Antiquing Kit Chopping Block Hammer SnrForm File Power Return Rules GIFTS UNDERGO Fire Mark Openers Fir? Mark Hooks Trivets Switch Flairs Pockrt Knife Door Knocker Dough Board Screw Drivers Thermometers Wood Chisels TwW Drill Set Slim Kalfe Precision Tools Wwnrhes Seven Area Residents Win Free Phone Calls Mrs. Susie Boyer, RFD 1, Mrs. Pamela Camp- bell, 70 Lincoln Apartments; IMrs. Frederick D. Eyster, 103 }.W. 14th Street; Mrs. Robert Hou- ser, RFD 6, Frederick, Mrs, Hayward D. Miller, Rockville: Mrs. Thelma E. Poole, RFD 7, Frederick; and Mrs. Richard K Miller ST., RFD 6, Frederick were among the 100 winner: of free three-minute telephon calls to a relative serving in the Armed Forces outside the continental United States, thanks to the 13th Annual HI-MOM pro' gram, sponsored jointly by Na tional Capital USO and the Com- munications Workers of America City Council AFL-CIO. Mrs. Pa- CAVCO i i i i i 2 I I I Market St. FREE WINCHESTER 30-30 RIFLE Or REMINGTON 12 GA PUMP SHOTGUN With purchase of am new Zig-Zag Sewing Machine at nationally advertised prices. TERMS SHIPLEY'S 50 SOUTH MARKET OPEN 'TIL 9 PRIZE-LARGE-MOUTH BASS- Chip Barnes, 10-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey G. Bar- nes of RFD 5, Mt. Phillip Rd., shows off the 4-pound, 12- ounce, 21-inch large-mouth bass he caught this summer which brought him announce- ment this week that he had won the fishing contest Sponsored by Poolesville Supply. His prize was a rod and reel from the sponsor. He is a fifth grader at WaverleyElementarySchool. Beall Praises Change In Gun Control Law Congressman J. Glean Beall Jr. says Congress has gone "a little way in removing at least one unnecessary burden imposed by previous legislative action" concerning the Gun Control Act 011968. Rep. Beall said Wednesday that "oae of the most controversial pieces of legislation to come be- fore the Congress in a longtime" was the Gun Control Act passed last year. "As a result of its Beall said, "regulations were promulgated by the Treasury De- partment for administrativepro- cedures. Among these regula- tions was the requirement that shopkeepers maintain a record of persons to whom they sold shot- gun and rifle ammunition and component parts thereof." tricia Nixon, Honorary Chairman of National Capital USD, recently drew the name of the first win- ner, Mrs. Harry Wallace of Sum- ner, Md., who will talk to her son, Bob, stationed in Vietnam. All winners of HI-MOM calls, which are placed person-to-per- son collect during the holiday season by the serviceman or woman overseas, were entertain- ed at a reception at National Capital USO, 451 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20001, on Nov. 20. NO. 1 FUEL OIL HOME DELIVERY SERVICE WEIL BROTHERS Phone 662-1121 Hamilton Avenue At East South St. Beall described this as "a very cumbersome sort of thing aod many people in the Congress have felt that it created an enor- mous unnecessary administra- tive burden, not only on the Treasury Department, but on Ore arms dealers and more par- ticularly on the nation's sports- men who use this typeof ammuni- tion. "It was also felt that this type of record keeping did not contribute in any way to an in- crease in public safety. The Con- gress IN STATE JAYCEE FINAIS- Miss Mull, the 1969 Frederick Jaycees Junior Miss, will represent Frederick in the Maryland Junior Miss Pageant Saturday night at Randallstown. Miss Mull, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. Mull of Woods- toro, and a senior atUnganoie High, left for the pageant Thanksgiving sight and will be a juest of a Jaycee family during r stay. The pageant will beat 8 pjn. Saturday at Sudbrook Jr. High. Eric S. Arnold is the lo- cal Jaycee pageant chairman. (Photo by J. fiolfe Castleman) 'Voice From Home9 Program Offered Again This year the local Bed Cross s once again bringing their From Home" Program to this community. For many servicemen their military experience means their irst absence from home and their first Christmas away from loved ones in strange and distant During the holiday sea- >on, the absence of a loved one s more deeply feltthan any other time of the year. Bringthem clos- er home by sending a "talking etter" of family happenings, words of cheer, and your love. The Red Cross invites you to a recording session Sunday, Dec. from 1 to 4 pjn. At the Red Cross Office, 22-A S. Market St., tape recorders and tape will >e available to all those wishing to send a talking tape to your son, husband, brother or boy riend in the service. Volunteers will be mere to assist you and instant photographs will be made while you record. The only cost to you will be the postage for mailing the tape. Coffee and cookies will be served by the Red Cross. What is there to talk about? Tell him of family activities, school, health, plans for Christ- mas, his favorite sports, weath- er, a new baby, the dog, and above all makethemessageabappyone. An appointment is not neces- sary, but if a specific time is required call the Red Cross Of- fice at 662-5131. FOR SENIOR CITIZENS CONVALESCENTS, BEDFAST or the DISABLED. Enjoy being cherished and get personal attention. I Our extended care nursing home offers QUALITY HOSPITAL NURSING by six registered nurses and a completely dedicated personnel group open medical staff. Physical and occupation therapy. t Reasonable rates. Want more information come see us or phone 371-7160 last week attached an to another piece of legislation that changes the Gun Control Act of 1968, so that no person holding a federal license to sell ammunition is required to record the name and address or other information about the pur- chaser of shot gun or rifle am- munition. "This amendment does not ap- ply, of course, to any of the re- strictions with respect to the sale of ammunition for hand guns or sales to felons, drug addicts, or mental incompetents. He said, 'The ammunition af- fected is of particular interest to hunters, trap shooters, anc sportsmen. It has no significant history of criminal use and has mainly been used by the ordinary citizen interested in outdoor rec- reation. The ammunition is sole all over the United States, not only in big sporting goods stores but also at service stations and crossroad stores. "The purpose of the amend- ment, zs adopted last week by the House, is to relieve the dealers from a burdensome record keep- ing requirement. It will save law abiding hunters and other sports- men from embarrassment and annoyance of identifying them- selves and from having to furnish other information with respect to the purchase of items of or- dinary commerce. 'It should also be pointed out that the requirements were so burdensome and there was so much paperwork involvedthat the Treasury Department has re- peatedly asserted to testimony, before Congressional Commit- tees, that the records are of no significant value in crime de- terence or to apprehending criminal suspects. Congress therefore went a little way to removing at least one unnecessary burden imposed by previous legislative action." Thickness of human skin varies from one-sixteenth to one-eighth of an inch. CRENA Concvffont JUST MARRIED Let me help start your mar- riage right I can provide a special Metropolitan policy designed for the early years when family expen- ses are often hardest to meet. Interested? CKEHA L. SPOKEI OFT1CE: 662-46SO RESIDENCE. 662-487O Metropolitan Lite FIREWOOD NewE-Z- HOMELITE Chain Saw Whether you're cutting lor your own use or for profit, that log pile firows quicker when you an HOMELITc E-Z___ cuts through tn softwood log ln3'.i iecoodsl In and Ihif stw CENTER OPEN M CHURCH MON. A FKt. IT. TIL I PM. 87 Blood Donors Listed Only 87 pints of blood were donated last Thursday when the Red Crou Bloodmobile ma a visit to the Calvary Metho- dist Church. Donors included: Richard A. Scfaell. James A. Grove, L. Nkodemus, Donald J. Welling- ton, Irene G. Leatfaennan, Hayes L. MeU, Jr., Richard E. Stop- son, William M. Bill, Mtrfop E. Stop, Charles M. Webber, Marian S. McSberry, Harry T. Miller, Wade F. Hursey, Beverly A. Dorsey, Catherine L. Sirk, John K. Henderson, Edna S. Wright, Clyde M. Roney, Jr., Edward 0. Godsey, Jr., Charles SL Austin, 3rd., Austin W. Mc- Kenzie, Franklin J. Krantz, Har- old C. Moser, Ira C. Rice, Jr., Lilz C. Werner, Clark E. Davis, Ruby E, Hawker, George E. Hall, Jr., Roger N. Nicodemus, G. Leo- nard Blumenauer, Donald Z. Koons, Donald E. Crabbs, Don C. Bowins, Dolores Devilbiss, William K. Croll, Richard G. Hopkins, Douglas W. Magaha Dale E. White, Richard C. Wilson, Henry P. Runkles, Rev. Kenneth A. Tyson, Diane E. Sim- mons, Robert F. Strailman, Shir- ley H. Keller, April D. Danner, Charles R. Wachter, Ralph D. Oakes, Charles M. Lehman, James H. Brakebill, Wayne D. Pyles, Warren C. Larkin, Carl R. Bowings, Harry B. Murphy, Sarah J. Hamilton, Mary E. Eaton, Gail C. Baldo, John N. Lewis. Lyles L. Zabrlskie, John Paul Langley, John R.Bussard, Evelyn N. Manwiller, Walter A. McKin- ney, James Pasike, Jr., John E. Patton, Francis J. Putman, June E. Capehart, Dorothy Grace Rice, David E. Michael, Preston E. Best, Paul R. Wisner, WUlard M. Horine, Paul E. Smith, R. Monroe Feaga, Charles E. De- lauter, Robert L. May, Clark D. Boone, ST., Kay E. Corun, Margaret S. Stauffer, Nancy L. Thorpe, George L. Shipe, Wil- liam D. Pfeil, Jack Joy, Charles F. Corbelli, Alton F. King, Fred H. Onderdonk, Jr., Edward N. Johnson, Katherine D. Jenks. Area Trio Accused Of Dlegal Deer Kill Two Myersrille men aod a 15-year-old youth were turned over to the county game war- den Thursday for Investigation of illegal hunting of deer. Tfc. Richard Cook said be re- ceived information that had killed a female deer near the Washington Monument Road at the 1-70 underpass Thursday morning. An area hunter, Wil- liam Wolf, told police he saw three deer running out of the woods, then heard gunshots and saw one of the dear fall. Wolf said three men then came out of the woods, but saw him and ran. Two men and a Wolfs- ville boy were later apprehend- ed by police and turned over to the game warden. The men were identified as Olvey Lee Myers, 36, of Myers- ville and Melvin Ross Adams, 32, of WolfSYiiie. Investigation is In Frederick City four youths, a 14-year-old from East Pat- rick Street and 13, 12 and 9- year-olds from Chapel Alley, were charged with juvenile de- linquency in connection with the theft Thursday of four bicycles from Hood College. The bicycles were later returned. Also in the city, police are investigating a breaking and en- tering at the Gem Laundry on West Patrick Street last night to which the building was ransacked but apparently nothing stolen. Desk drawers and cabinets were pulled open and a glass to the candy machne was broken. During the past 24-hours, po- lice arrested four persons on traffic charges and two ou mis- conduct charges, as follows: Gary W. O'Bryan, 19, of Ca- toctin. Avenue, was issued a summons for spinning wheels. Hearing was set for Dec. 4. George Russell Braswell of Baltimore, was issued a summons for a red light viola- tion. Hearing setforDec. 17. Dallas Jacob Norton, 24, of RFD 3, ML Airy, was Issued a summons for a red light violation. Hearing was set for Dec. 17. Bernard Calvert Stalling, of Alexaaderia, Va., was issued a for operating a motor ve- hicle while his license was re- voked. Hearing was set for Dec. 30. Kenneth R. Albaugh, 36, of West Patrick Street, was charged with assault and battery. Hearing was set for Dec. 3 under Americans eat 513 million Ibs. of peanut butter a year. FILM DEVELOPING CAMERA REPAIRING RAY WACHTER PHOTO CENTER 27 S. Market St. MO 2-4553 f Dennis Leon of Charles Strec-t, was charged with bond. Palnrtd ft. Electrical SUM _i i GROFF SIGNS 18 East Sixth St. Need'An Electrician? Immediate a Service? if Call Brandenburg TEL: 662-0144 Jttar 144 W. Patrick Frederick, MdL [INC.! RaUV Dispatched Trucks f Isn't it worth a dollar to avoid the Christmas Crush? will hold your Bulova till Christmas Diamond "A" 23 jewels. 14K solid gold. 2 diamonds. Faceted crystal. 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