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Frederick News-Post (Newspaper) - March 16, 1970, Frederick, Maryland Dr. Smith Rites Set For Today Dr. Smith Funeral services for Dr. J. G. F. Smith, Brunswick physi- cian, who died Friday at the Frederick Nursing Home will be held at the Grace Episcopal Church at 11 a.m. Dr. John GroverFowble Smith, 67, died late Friday night fol- lowing an illness of about two years which forced his retire- ment from general practice. He had been a patient at the Fred- erick Nursing Home. The Rev. Fr. Thomas P. Staub will officiate at the services. Interment will be in St. Marks Cemetery in Petersville. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Grace Epis- copal Church Memorial Fund. Dr. Smith practiced medicine in Brunswick for 55 years, and was honored as the "dean" of the local doctors. He had been active in many community clubs including the _ Silver Bit Riding Club, and Dr. Smith was a noted horseman. He was a member of the Masonic Lodge and the Rotary Club. Dr. Smith was a member of the Frederick County Medical "Society, the American Medical the Physicians and J Surgeons of America and the State Medical and Chirurgical .Society. Brunswick will long remem- ber the dean of their medical community who was thought of ,as a family doctor of the old school. The doctor was venerat- ed in Brunswick for his ability ,in diagnosing and treating three .generations of townspeople. The Feete Funeral Home in is in charge of ar- rangements. ANDREW J. PHELAN Andrew J. Phelan, former re- sident of Frederick, husband of Mrs.' Mamie E, Cooley Trail Phelan, died Friday alDunedin, Florida. He was born in Wash- .ington, D.C. on November 30, 1892. For the past 12 years, he and Mrs. Phelan had resided in Tarpon Springs, Florida, He was -a veteran of World War I and a life member of V.F.W., Denver, Colorado, Surviving in addition to his wife are five step-children, Mrs. .Clara Trail Gibson, Frederick, Walter S. Trail, Denver, Colo- rado, Mrs. Roger Main, Fre- derick, Mrs. Rebecca Trail Westminster, Mrs. Jes- sie Trail Fox, Palm Harbor, Florida, thirteen step-grand- children and fourteen step- great-grandchildren. Friends may call at the M.R. Ethcison and Son Funeral Home, 106 E. Church Street, Tuesday from 7 to 9 p.m. Ser- vices will take place from the funeral home on Wednesday at a.m. The Rev. Frederick H. Duke, pastor of St. John's Catholic Church, will officiate. Interment will be in Mt. Olivet Cemetery. CARRIE E. SMITH Mrs. Carrie Elizabeth Smith, 54, wife of Larston B. Smith of RFD 3, ML Airy, died Saturday in Silver Springs after a long ill- ness. She was born in Straws- burff. Va.. a daughter of Mrs. Lydia Jenkins Strosnyder and the late William L. Stronsnyder. She was a member of the First Baptist Church in Brunswick. Besides her husband and mo- ther, survivors include three sons, Daniel Rainsburger of Falls Church, Va., Robert L. Smith of Atlanta, Ga. and James B. Smith of Woodfield; six bro- thers, Kalon S. Strosnyder of Strawsburg, Robert Strosnyder of Baltimore, James Strosnyder of Middletown, Va, and Walter Strosnyder of Winchester; three sisters, Mrs. Margaret Tranan of New Iberia, Louis., Mrs. Elsie Golladay of Strawsburg and Mrs. Helen Brill of Strawsburg; three grandchildren. Friends may call at the Olin L. Molesworth Funeral Home in Damascus today from 3-5 and 7-9 p.m. and at the First Bap- tist Church in Damascus from 1 p.m. Tuesday until time of the services there at 2 p.m. The Rev. James E. Revis will offi- ciate. Interment will be In the Mont- gomery Cemetery in Clagetts- ville. _ ROYAL E. LAW Royal E. Law, 73 of Etcbison, died Saturday at the Bel-Pre Health Center in Silver Spring. Survivors include his wife, Florence A. Law; one daughter, Mrs. Alice J. Biles of Etchison; two sons, Donald R. Law of Georgia and Malcolm Law of Hawaii; one sister, Miss Bessie Law of Pennsylvania; nine grand- children; two great-grandchild- ren. Friends may call at the Fran- cis H. Barber Funeral Home in LEAGUE (Continued From Page One) DEATH (Continued From Page One) research of the gennain mat- erial, and carefully avoiding con- flict with present State three were devised and de- livered to our Executive Comm- ittee. "The Executive Committee held to review these bills, and to make any needed corrections before their priming. "The Bills were then sent to the chairman of each of our 26 election districts, and their pre- sence was urged at a meeting held in Winchester Hall, on Fri- day, January 16, 1970, so that these bills could be discussed with our "Although each of our legis- lators, including our two State Senators, were personally In- vited at least a week in advance, only two attended the meeting. There were more than 30 del- agates of the League from the election districts of Frederick County, and the three bills were read and discussed by the Com- mittee. "The two legislators were then asked for their opinions, and recommendations, and only one clause in one bill was Question- ed by one legislator, and this was noted for correction. The bills were then presented to all of our legislators at a later date, with a request that they be presented to this session of tegisictare. This they have re- fused to do. "Although we have personally contacted each legislator, seek- ing the reason for their refus- ing to cooperate with more than citizens of our county, they apparently have stood ad- Laytonsville. Services will be held Tuesday at 11 ajm. Interment will be in the Mt. Tabor Cemetery in Etchison. MRS. MARY MARIE CLARK Mrs. Mary Marie Clark, 77, widow of Jessie Ray Clark, died Saturday at 3 p jn. at her home near New Windsor after an ex- tended illness. She was born in Carroll County a daughter of William and Martha Brigbtful Milbury. Her husband died 10 years ago. Survivors include six daugh- ters, Mrs. Helen Nokes, Mrs. Louise David and Mrs. Audry all of Union Bridge, Mrs. Beatrice Thompson of New Wind- sor, Mrs. Edith Green of West- minster and Miss Thelma Clark of New Windsor; four sons, Char- les Clark of Westminster, George Clark of Union Bridge, Orville Clark of Baltimore and Lester H. Clark of California; 23 grandchildren; 18 great- grandchildren; four great-great- grandchildren; one brother, Er- nest G. Brightful of Pittsburg, Pa.; one sister, Mrs. Elsie Wil- lis of Frederick. She was a member of the Priestland Church of God. Friends may call at the Union Bridge funeral home of D. B. Hartzler and Sons this evening. Services will be held at the funeral home Tuesday at 1 p.m. Elder Charles Cook will offic- iate. Interment will be in the Wes- ley Cemetery in Libertytown. MRS. ANNA F. CLINE Mrs. Anna Florence Cline, 109 East 8th St., widow of William Howard Cline, died Sunday at pjn. at the Frederick Nur- sing Center, following a lengthy illness. Born in Harmony, Frederick County, a daughter of the late Elias and Mary Ida Wachter Sttne, she was 95 years, of age. Surviving is one daughter, Mrs. Ida C. Sheffer, of Frederick. Also surviving is a granddaugh- ter, Mrs. Cecil K. Hotter, Jr. Jefferson, and one grandson- in-law Cecil K. Hotter, Jr. Jef- ferson, and two great grandsons, C. Kurt Hotter, and G. Eric Hotter, both of Jefferson. Mrs. Cline had resided at 109 East 8th St. for over 50 years. She was a devout member of the Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church of Middletown, and was the oldest living member of the Church. Friends may call at the Robert E. Dailey Son Funeral Home, 1201 North Market Street, on Monday from 7-9 pjn. and on Tuesday from 3-5 and 7-S p.m. Funeral services will be con- ducted from the Funeral Home Wednesday at 11 by the Rev. Emmanuel Hoover, pastor of the Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church of Middletown. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the "Abideing Memorial Fund" of the Zion Lutheran Church of Middletown. Interment will be in the Luth- eran Cemetery, Middletown. MRS. RUBffi PRffiBE Mrs. Rubie Prieoe, 82, Alex- andria, formerly of Unity, Md., died Sunday at the Alex- andria Hospital. She was the wife of the late Herman H. Priebe, Survivors include five daugh- ters, Mrs. Louise P. Keiser of Springfield, Vs., Miss Lillian Mae Priebe of Alexandria, Mrs. Roselie P. Short of Gaithers- burg, Mrs. Margaret P. Tafoya of Kensington and Mrs. Elsie P. Lyddai of Alexandria; three sons, Herman B. Priebe and Henry D. Pritbe, both of Henry- ton and Frederick C. Priebe of Florida; one sister, Mrs. Mar- tha T. Priebe of Etchiaon; four brothers, Nolan Brown of Sun- rise, Marshall Brown of Arling- ton, Carlton Brown of Ar- lington and Dewey 0. Brown of Mt. Airy. Friends may call at the Fran- cis H. Barber Funeral Home in Laytonsville after 2 p.m. today. Service'; will be held at the fun- eral home Wednesday at 11 Interment will be in the Mt. Carmel Cemetery at Sunshine, amanUy on their prerogative legislators, to pre-empt their view in place of the demands of fteir constituents. Or the School Board and their one man bureaucracy gotten tothem? "In order to clarify the Bill concerning the elected School Board, we found upon investi- gation, that an Elected School Board, it could not solve the problems confronting us. But an elected Board provided with suf- ficient salary to put their full time into running the School tem, as it should be, is absolute- ly necessary if we are to cope with the huge expansion of popu- lation predicted during this dec- ade. "The elected Board would take over the operation of the school system, that is now being op- erated by a one-man bureaucra- cy. This is no reflection on the good people now constituting the School Board, at per year, as they give UD much of their valuable tlma to meet- ings in order to approve the plans of this bureaucracy. "This Bill would create a tru- ly democratic government by sleeting Board members from all parts of the County, paid a salary to do the job correctly, and responsive to the people, and they would be armed w3H the authority now invested in one man, that is politically ap- pointed, and responsible to no (Conu.uied On PAGE A-2) iesUrwn, W. passengers In a car operated by Gary Tede- rick, Martinsburg, both suffer- ed lacerations la the accident, police said. Tpr. Fred Settle said a car operated by Tederick was east- May's 1967 sedan approach- ed from the rear and the op- erator failed to apuly the brakes in time and struck the Keeney vehicle forcing it Into the Wa- ther car. Damage was estimated at DRUG (Continued From Page One) Uon. Or. Hobert Switzer. direc- tor of the division, said the pro- ject is an rffort to reach THE POST, Frederick. Maryland Page A-5 Monday, Marrh LOCAL MENTIONS Help Waated-HOUSEHOLD HELP. One or two days per week. Own transportation botnd making a left turn Lnto a to the Wather car, to the; driveway on Md, 144 and i Keeney car, sod at to the, was struck by a westbound 1 May vehicle. j station wagon operated by Jofan Charges are pending in an j Wesley Imes, New Market. Help Wanted Tederick was charged with making a left turn when unsafe to do so. Police charged Hoy Eugene May, HFD 10 Frederick, with failing to reduce speed to avoid accident on Md. 194 in front of _ the Yi'alkersville Fire Hail at p.m. Saturday, according to State Police. Tfc. 1C C. Conklin baid a 1962 station wagon operated by Lewis H. Hahn, Thurmont, was north- I Funerals RAYMOND E. FLEMING Funeral services for Raymond E. Fleming of Poplar Springs, Howard County, were held at the Marvin Chapel United Methodist Church Sunday at 2 The Rev. Thomas Hart, assisted by the Rev. Richard E, Schwinger, officiated. Pallbearers were Leroy Stull, Donald Fleming, John Myers, Thomac Fleming, Howard Flem- ing and Danny Interment was in the church cemetery. The Waltz Funeral Home in Winfield was in charge of arrangements. ORAG.HARN Funeral services for Ora G. Hani who died Thursday were held at the Waltz Funeral Home in Winfield Saturday at 11 a.m. The Rev. Albeit K. Lane Jr., pastor of the Wesley Freedom United Methodist Church, officia- ted. Pallbearers were Jack Dud- derar, Sloane Cooper, Walter Nickles, William T. Justice Sr., James Breeden and Frederick Scheltor. Interment was in Lake View Memorial Gardens near Eldersburg. LAWRENCE STARK Funeral services for Lawrence Stark, who died Wednesday at Frederick Memorial Hospital, were held Sunday at the Creager Funeral Home in Thurmont. The Rev. Basil Grossnickle officiat- ed. Pallbearers were Roland Dail- ey, Paul Sanford, Lynn Harsh- man, Earl Humerick, Edward Lynard and Alexander Lynard. Interment was in the Blue Ridge Cemetery, Thurmont DAVID W. KLINE SR. Graveside services for David W. Kline Sr., who died Wednes- day, were held on Saturday at 11 a.m. at Mount Olivet Cemetery. The Rev. A. D." Salmon, rector of the All Saints Episcopal Church officiated. M. R. Etchison and Son were the funeral directors. MRS. EVELYN B. LAWSON Very largely attended funeral services for Mrs. Evelyn Bowen Lawson, wife of G. Holland Law- son, of Urbana, who died Thurs- day morning at the Frederick Memorial Hospital, were held from the Robert E. Dailey Son Funeral Home, 1201 North Market Street, Saturday at 11 aun. Officiating at the services was the Rev. Duke Baker, pastor of the Urbana United Methodist Church, assisted by the Rev. Milton Burdette, of the Urbana United Methodist Church, the Rev. Eugene Lawson, pastor of the Mountain View United Meth- odist Church, and the Rev. John Harris, pastor of the Brooke- ville-Mt. Carmel United Meth- odist Church. Honorary bearers, all nephews of the deceased, were, James Bussard, Wayne Lawson, Dickie Bowen, Bobby Bowen, Donald Lawson, and Bruce Mudd. Casketbearers, also nephews of Mrs. Lawson, Bowen, Douglas Bowen, Lee Bo- wen, Marion Lawson, Kenneth Lawson, and Thaddeous Bussard. Interment was in Resthaven Memorial Gardens. MRS. MARY E. B. PIXTON Very largely attended funeral services for Mrs. Mary Eliza- beth Baker Pixton, who died Thursday morning at the Fred- erick Memorial Hospital, were held from the Robert E. Dailey and Son Funeral Home Saturday at p.m. Her pastor, the Rev. Theodore E. Elser, pastor of the Centenial Memorial United Methodist Ch- urch, officiated at the services. Casketbearers, all brothers of Mrs. Pixton, were, Howard Wag- ner, Francis Wagner, Warren Wagner, Irvin Wagner, Donald Wagner, and Paul Wagner. Graveside services were con- ducted by the Women of The Moose, Chapter with Betty Gosnell as Sr. Regent; Elaine Homes, as Jr. Grand Regent; Evelyn Rinehart as Jr. Regent, and the Chaplain was Geraldine Burger. Interment was in Frederick Memorial Park Cemetery, Lin- den Hills. BOMBING (Continued From Page One) Front of Laos (Pathet Lao) ad- vanced recently a concrete and quite realistic five-point pro- gram of settling the problem. "It is necessary first of all for the United States to stop speedi- ly the escalation of the war and stop fully and unconditionally the bombings of Laotian territo- ry. Only this can create condi- tions for the interested Laotian sides to Kosygin said the Soviet Union would welcome contacts be- tween Prince Souvanna Phou- ma, the Laotian premier, and his adversary and half-brother, Prince Souphanouvong, because the Russians "believe that this is the road that can ensure, in the event of the ending of the American intervention, a relax- ation of tension in Laos and the creation of conditions for a po- litical settlement in that coun- try." County Council PTA To Meet On Wednesday The Frederick County Council PTA-will hold its regular mem- bership meeting Wednesday in the East Frederick Elementary School at p.m. There will- be a round table discussion on the Pros "and Cons of com- mittee will also present the slate of new officers for the coming year 1970-71. Brunswick PTA Meets Tonight The March meeting of the Brunswick High School P.T.A. will be held in the school cafe- tonight at p.m. A student program will be presented and the group will be briefed on the P.T.A. sch- olarship, which is awarded by the organization each year. A committee composed of Mrs. Dorothy Strathern, James Fr- aser and W. Carlos Myers has been appointed to handle the scholarship. Parents will also be given an opportunity to question the school administration onmatters of gen- eral school policy. BROWN (Continued From Page One) were killed Monday night near Bel Air, a bomb exploded in the Dorchester County Courthouse in Cambridge. State Police said the bomb had been planted on the second floor of the building. It blew a 30-foot hole in the side of the 118-year-old brick struc- ture and scattered debris over a 30-yard radius. The State Police are seeking a young white woman in connec- tion witt the courthouse bomb- ing. Her description reportedly matched that of an East Coast civil rights activist known to federal law officials. Lt. Col. Thomas S. Smith, chief of state police operations, has said it has not been deter- mined whether the two bomb- ings are related. He said the only relations between the two so far is that both devices were extremely strong. MATH I AS (Continued From Page One) initiation of a state of national emergency, declared during the Korean war by former president Harry S. Truman and still in ef- fect Support for troop withdraw- als from Vietnam, for a broad- ened base of the South Viet- namese government and for re- construction of Southeast Asia after the Vietnam war. The Maryland Republican then picked up the influential cosponsorship of Senate Demo- cratic Leader Mike Xtansfteld of Montana and what Mathias scribed as "the empathy" of "Chairman J. W. Fulbright D- Ark., of the Foreign Relations Committee. Then he set out to work behind the scenes to line up administration support. Working mainly through Ri- chardson and Dr. Henry Kissin- ger, President Nixon's national security aide, Mathias sought to convince them that benefits would flow from a conciliatory approach to the Senate's anti- war critics, especially since they had decided the Tonkin resolution's only continuing value was as reassurance to Asian countries. a. collision in a three-car ac- I bound on Md, 194 and a 19671 cident on Md, 26 at Libertytown i sedan operated by Dean Cris- at a.m. Sunday. Police said a 1965 sedan op- erated by Anna Marie Wather, LJbertytown, and a sedan operated by Virginia May Kee- ney, Union Bridge, were both stopped for traffic on Md. 26. Fitz, Waynfcbboro, Pa., was southbound. Conklin said the two vehicles sideswiped each other at a point' where the road was apparently narrowed by a illegally parked vehicle. That vehicle was re- moved prior to his investiga- tion, according to the trooper. Damage was estimated at to the Hahn car and at to the Fitz vehicle. State Police are investigating the theft of a number of antiques from a summer home on Fern Lane. work. Wifl train. Apply establishment to The Mender 'Foundation I ferred. Call provided an unused building, an! old carriage on the Meo- j niftfjer grounds, passed the hat and to used furniture for the house, ft opened last August, with about half a dozen youths who came voluntarily. are 40 to 70 a flight the Ufffcfe nights a week the Carriage Huuse is open. "The Dr. SMttzer said, "come to talk to each other to the volunteer staff. We tr. to help them find to trust the We help some LOCAL MENTIONS BeKioaiag March pur- chases made for the Liberty- town VoL Fire Co. must be ac- companied by a Purchase Or- der Number. Annual Fried Chkkea Ham Supper May 23, 1WO Libertytown Fire Hail Libertyttwa, Marylaod Sponsored by the Chapel Lutheran Church Card of ttiaoks I wish to express my appre- ciation to the nurses, nurses' TO EITHER PORTER'S GRILL f aides and orderlies of 2-Main of Frederick Memorial Hospital nurses of intensive care, the extra staff, Drs. L. T. Davis. B. 0. Thomas, Jr., R. J. Thorn as, Reid, Campbell and Ahma- dian, while I was a patient in their care. The United ambl- lance service, the visits and prayers of Rev. Floyd Lyles. FOR 1953 Cnev. Panel Rev Dell Carr, back. We help some compro- Personals Mr. and Mrs. L. Lee Eury, East Third Street, are cele- brating their 24th wedding an- niversary today. Summary Precipitation for the 48-hour period ending at 10 p.m.-Trace. Precipitation for March to date-.99. Normal precipitation for March-3.53 inches. High temperature yesterday- 38 degrees. Low temperature yesterday- 21 degrees. LOCAL MENTIONS CappeUo'g 200 N. Market St. SPECIALS MON., TUES. WED. Fresh Sliced Baby Beef Liver Tib. 59c Loin Lamb Chops Ib. Lean Ground Beef Ib. 69c Grade-A-Medium Eggs dozen 55c Frinour Fish Sticks 3 pkgs. Franklin Dry Roasted Peanuts Large Jar 69c Drive Detergent Large Box 39c Fresh Curly Kale 2 Ibs. 39c Fresh Made Chocolate Pies each 59c Always Shop Cappeilo's It Pays NOTICE NOTICE OF LETTING CITY OF FREDERICK, MARYLAND OFFICE OF THE CITY ENGINEER CONTRACT NO. 69-F Sealed bids addressed to the "City of Frederick, Maryland, and endorsed: CONSTRUCTION OF WATER STREET BRIDGE OVER CARROLL CREEK CONTRACT NO. 69-F 'will be received at the office of the City Engineer, City Hall, City of Frederick, Maryland, until A. M. Eastern Stan- dard Time on the 15th day of April, at which time and place they will be publicly opened and read. The work under this Contract consists of the removal of the existing bridge, the construc- tion of a new two-span concrete slab bridge supported on rein- forced concrete abutments and pier over Carroll Creek togeth- er with approaches and channel improvements, all as described hereipafter in these Special Provisions and shown on the drawings. Copies of the drawings, Spe- cial Provisions and other con- tract documents are on file and open to public inspection at the office of the City Engineer, City Hall, Frederick, Maryland; and may be obtained from this of- fice upon deposit of Ten Dollars Or each set, which is nonrefundable. Each bid shall be accompan- ied by a certified check, or ac- ceptable bid bond, in the amount of five (5) percent of the Pro- posal, payable to the order of the Mayor and Board of Alder- men, City of Frederick, Mary- land. Performance Bond hi the amount of the contract price will be required of the success- ful bidder. Certificates of Insurance cov- ering the types and amounts specified hereinafter in the Spe- cial Provisions, will be requir- ed of the successful bidder. The City of Frederick reserves the right to waive any infor- malities in, or reject any or all bids, and to award the contract as is deemed in the best inter- est of the City. We help some find alter- natives to drugs. We to help them develop an adult commit- ment." IN MIMOWAMS In Memotiam loving memory of our dear nephew, Paul M. Duckett who departed this life three years ago March 16, 1967. The sun win rise The sun will set, Tlje night foHow day. But come what may We'll never forget, The day you went away. AUNTS UNCLES Ton. 1955 Ford 1% Ton Queen Esther Chapter No. 2. 0 Ideal for Tool Truck or Camper. Madam C. J. Walkey Tern- Phone 662-5931. pie No. 509, B.P.O.E. of W., family, friends, and neighbors for their visits, lovely flowers, and beautiful cards. May God bless you all. MRS. THOMPSON COUNTRY BUTCHERLN'G Sponsored by Wolfsville Ruritan Club March 20, 1970 Meat on Sale March 21 To place orders cafl 293-2627 Notice i I will not be responsible for; j any debts other than those con- tracted by me. I DARLENE F. SELBY Kt. No. 8, Md. Septic Tank Cleaning PAUL R. KOLB, SR. 473-3213 In Memoriam DUCKETT, Paul M.-In loving For ton dual wheel i trailer. Two Vz ton panel Trucks.! Call 473-8220. Crabs RODGER'S North Market St., Ext. Frederick, Md. Ph. 663-3903 PUBLIC SALE j Sat., March 21, 1970 at memory of our dear husband p 54. The undersigned will sell. and father who passed away 3 j on premises 412 East Patrick j years ago today, March good furniture including a; Three years has passed dear Bobbie Since we had to part Yet time and space cannot erase Your memory from our hearts Sometimes it's hard to under- stand Why some things have to be. But there is comfort in the thought That loving God knows best. He watched you as you suffer And knew you had your share So He closed your weary eyes And called you home to rest Although you walk in Heaven And live with God above You will never be forgotten For each day we send you our love. Your loving wife and son, RUTH AND AARON DUCKETT very good stove, frostless re- frigerator, Maytag wringer like new; L. R. suite, china closet, rd. oak table, etc. Lg. ad 14, 18, 20. Note: Be on time, very little small. RANSOM HOSSLER John L. Ponton, Auctioneer. In Memoriam loving memory of our dear son and grandson, Paul M. Duckett, -who departed this life March 16, 1967. His life is a beautiful memory. His absence a silent grief. He sleeps in God's beautiful garden. In the sunshine of perfect peace. It broke my heart to lose you, But you did not go alone, For part of me went with you, The day God called you home. Away in the beautiful land of God, By the valley of rest so fair, Some day, I know not when, I wffl meet you there. I know you cannot return, My tears are all in vain, But one day in Heaven, I will he with you again. LOVING GRANDMOTHER, MOTHER STEPFATHER LOCAL MENTIONS Special Spring Lawn Mower Tune Up Inc. Blade Sharpening Parts Pick Up Delivery Available MARE INC. 663-3261 Pancakes Sausage GRACE UNITED CHURCH East 2nd Street Sat., March 14th, 1970 A. M. until Price Sponsored by Men's Soft Ball Team Spring Special Central Air Conditioning CBS Electric Co. 663-5222 L B Repair Shop Furniture Repaired Refinished 417 NORTH MARKET ST. 663-9031 Notice to Lot Holders Glade Cemetery, Walkersville AH Christmas decorations will be removed on or after March 21 No artificial flowers will be per- mitted during the mowing sea- son. CLOSE OUT SALE ON 1969 EMERSON TELEVISIONS 10% ABOVE COST (1) 23" Color rec- ord player, home entertain- ment center, contemporary walnut, UHF VHF. Reg. 699.95. Now 528.50. (1) 23" Color Early American maple console, UHF VHF, Reg. 549.95. Now 396.50. (2) 14" Color Portables, VHF UHF. Reg. 299.95. Now (2) 19" B W Portable, UHF VHF, Reg. 159.95. Now 120.50. (1) 22" B 4 W Consolette. Reg. 199.95. Nc-w 155.50. (1) 23" 3 4 W, Walnut Console. Reg. 239.95. Now 175.50. Sorry No Trade-Ins First Come First Served. Financing and Terms to suit you. AH sets brand new. Open Every Nile Till 9 P.M. SHEPLEY'S 50 South Market St. BURPEE SEEDS Flower and garden seeds, pot- ting soil, milled sphagnum moss, seed fertilizer, peat pots, all sizes; terra lite. TREELAND NURSERIES Rt. 40 West 662-1141 Frederick Co. Chapter For Epilepsy For Info. Write P.O. Box 132 Frederick, Maryland Call 663-4231 Keyset's Blacktop Concrete Drive Way, Patio, Sidewalks Parking Lots Excavation of All Kinds Septic Systems FREE ESTIMATES All Work Guaranteed Ph. 663-6621 or 662-2935 even. 31 Hamilton Ave. Need An Electrician For any type of house wiring Old or New CALL YOUNG ELECTRIC 662-6372 Top Quality Beef By The Quarter, Half or Whole By The Half, 58c Per Lb. FT Freeze 473-5700, 7 To 5 R- D. HEMP 4 SONS Jefferson Public Sale Wednesday, March 1970 at AM. near Adamstown, just west Rt. 15, dairy herd of milking cows, dairy equipment, feeds, some farm machinery. See list. MR. 4 MRS. CARROLL M. AUSHERMAN Emmert R. Bowlus, Auct. Clerks World Book Encyclopedia 1st In Sales 4 Leadership Openings For New Reps. Ph. 845-8558 after 4 p. m. READY TO RETIRE? NEED TO SELL? Call Joe Woodworth 865-5910 Farms Acreage Lots Frederick, Carroll, Montgomery 4 Tasbington Counties Middkbrook Real Estate Fill Dirt For Sale per truck load Mile Limit C. ED. WINPIGLER, 663-3641 McLAIN HOME IMPROVEMENT Carpentry, Remodeling, Roofing, etc. Free Estimates Phone 845-8643 Turkey 4 Oyster Dinner Saturday, March 2 P. M. til 7 P. M. New Midway Fire Hall New Midway, Maryland Adults Children Carryouts Question Mark Hair Fashions For Spring ECKER'S BEAUTY SALON Phone 662-2471 Painting, Interior Exterior Reasonable Rates, Prompt Free Estimates 473-8322 Foam Rubber Outlet East 4 East 5th Streets Cut To Size While You Wait Campers Station Wagon Pads Wedges, Shredded, Poly Styrene NAUGAHYDE 36 COLORS Yd. 54" Wide PHONE 663-4482 Don's Home Improvement Painting Interior 4 Exterior Additions, Siding 4 Masonry Work Free Estimates. Call 635-2977 INCOME TAX SERVICE Complete Returns up Paul L. Spring Fever For your new home in the spring be sure to inspect Mea- dowcrest Subdivision. Lots are wooded. Located on Old Receiv- er Road at Shoofcstown. CROCKER 4 LITTLE BUILDERS, INC. Wanted Beauty Operator Apply Little's Beauty Salon Salary and Commission Apply 428 N. Market St. Apples York 4 Stayman 4 per bushel MOSER'S ORCHARD Thurmont, Md., 271-7710 Apples Stayman, Rome, 4 Delicious 4 up. Bring Containers QUYNN ORCHARD Reel's Mill Road, Frederick, Maryland Phone 663-3957. TAX RETURNS PREPARED John K. Henderson 662-5320 Clark E. Dayhoff, 371-7764 9x12 Rugs Only S5.88 Open "fil 9 P. M. SHEPLEY'S 50 S. Market St. INCOME TAX SERVICE Complete Returns up Accuracy Guaranteed Paul L. Brown Tax Service 662-3888 By Appointment 3 Rooms Furniture Terms SHEPLEY'S 50 South Market St. Russell Stover Candy Regular Assortments Wrapped for Easter Easter HAROLD'S 52 N. Market St. Frederick, Md. Small 4 Large Carpentry Jobs! Remodeling 4 So Forth In Frederick Area CLYDE W. BROWN I 338 E. Church St. Ph, 663-S306 PAPER MEAT SACKS FOR SALE Protect your Country Hams ONLY 6c each Available at Business Office FREDERICK NEWS-POST 200 East Patrick Street (Opposite Post Office) NOW ON 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. Plus Tax AVAILABLE AT: BUSINESS OFFICE FREDERICK NEWS-POST 200 E. 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