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Frederick News-Post (Newspaper) - May 16, 1990, Frederick, Maryland The Frederick Post Frederick md., wednesday May 16, 1990 a-5 mrs. Helen reaver mrs. Peggy Heffner or James sier 183 townhouses Given go ahead mrs. Helen m. Reaver 73, of Taneytown died tuesday May 15, at Gettysburg Hospital Gettysburg a. Born june in Emmitsburg she was a daughter of the late Joseph l. And Mary Ellen colitis. She was the widow of Sheridon e. Reaver. Mrs. Reaver was a member of St. Joseph s Catholic Church in Taneytown. She had been employed for Many years by the Cambridge rubber company and Baumgardner s Bak Ery. Surviving Are three daughters Joan Ashcroft of East Stroudsburg pa., Margaret Reese of Hanover pa., and Catherine Brown of Taneytown three sons James Francis reaver of Littlestown pa., s. Edward reaver of Emmitsburg and Donald j. Reaver of Gettysburg four Brothers Robert Myers of Littlestown Richard Myers of Carlisle pa., Lawrence Myers of Littlestown William Myers of Baltimore 38 grandchildren and 30 great grandchildren. He was predeceased by a brother Joseph Myers. A mass of Christian burial will be celebrated Friday May 18, at St. Joseph s Catholic Church Taneytown. The Rev. Father Paul f. Dolan will be the celebrant. Interment will be in the Church cemetery. The family will receive friends from 7-9 . Thursday May 17, at the Skiles funeral Home 136 e. Baltimore St., Taneytown. The Rosary at will be recited at 8 . In lieu of Flowers contributions May be sent to St. Joseph s Church . Box 12, Taneytown my. 21787. Mrs. Willie Heath mrs. Willie Lee Heath 81, of Glenwood died at her Home on monday May 14. Born May 8, 1909 in Russellville Tenn., she was the daughter of the late Walter and Mary Margaret Wright Long. She was the wife of the late James Floyd Heath who died in 1980. Mrs. Heath was a Plant Farmer and operated the Brookeville farms for ,21 years. She was a member of the Liberty Baptist Church of Lisbon for 45 years. She was preceded in death by one son Floyd c. Heath. She is survived by six sons James r. Heath of Swanton Walter j. To Nooi t aural town t Toath sch Allen t. Heath Bot i of Gie Wood William r. Heath of Saluta s.c., and Gary e. Heath of Sarasota Fla. Two daughters Margaret Owens of Glenwood and Barbara Coon of Augusta . One brother John Long of Russellville four Sisters Agnes Shipley Ruth Fields and Dora Homer All of Russellville and Katherine Hoosier of Jefferson City Tenn. And 25 grandchildren and 32 great grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 11 . Thursday May 17, at the lib erty Baptist Church in Lisbon. Officiating will be her pastor Keith Corrick. Interment will be in Liberty Baptist cemetery in Lisbon. Friends May Call from 2-4 and 7-9 . Wednesday May 16, and at the Church from 10 . Until time of services on thursday. Miss Helen Ohler miss Helen Elizabeth Ohler 90, formerly of Taneytown died monday May 14, at the Village Green nursing Home Gettysburg a. Bern nov. In Emmitsburg she was a daughter of the late Harry b. And Effie Virginia Stambaugh Ohler. Miss Ohler was a Secretary to the president of Western Maryland col lege in Westminster for 47 years retiring in 1972, and was a member of the Trinity lutheran Church Taneytown. Surviving Are two Sisters Nadine 0. Riffle and Mary Frances 0. Davidson both of Taneytown one Niece two nephews two great nieces and two great nephews. A memorial service will be held at a later Date. Interment will be private. Memorial contributions May be made to the Maryland school for the Blind 3501 Taylor ave., Baltimore my. 21221. The Skiles funeral Home 136 e. Baltimore St., Taneytown is in charge of the arrangements. Mrs. Peggy Jane Heffner 55, of 302 Souder Road Brunswick died on monday May 14, at Frederick memorial Hospital. Born on Jan. 31, 1935 in Ranson ., she was the daughter of late John and Mollie Nichols Dodson. She was a member of the first Baptist Church of Brunswick. She is survived by her husband George w. Heffner jr., at Home one daughter Molly b. Morgan of Waynesboro a. One son Terry w. Heffner at Home two Sisters Mattie Coleman of Knoxville and Genevieve Ritenour of Ranson three Brothers Roy Dodson of Knoxville and Marvin and Richard Dodson both of Ranson one stepdaughter Beverly a. Ryan of Union Bridge two Stepsons David l. Heffner of Brunswick and g. Heffner of Loudoun Heights va., and three step grandchildren. She was preceded in death by one sister Barbara Raines and one brother John Dodson. Funeral services will be held on thursday May 17 at 11 ., at the John t. Williams funeral Home in Brunswick. Officiating will be the Rev. Rene Olivier. Interment will be in Union cemetery Lovettsville a. The family will receive friends at the funeral Home on wednesday May 16 from 2-4 and 7-9 . For the convenience of friends the funeral Home will be open on wednesday May 16 from 9 .-9 . Memorial contributions May be made to the Frederick county humane society 1832 Rosemont ave., Frederick my. 21701. Or. Aaron Ogle or. Aaron Kingsley Ogle "76, of 7 Federal St., new Market died sunday May 13, at his Home. Born dec. 20, 1913, in mount pleasant he was a son of the late Joseph Randolph and Eva m. Jones Ogle. Or. Ogle served in the . Army during world War ii in Belgium France and Germany. He became a member of the Frederick elks no. 382 in 1947, and was a past 3rd-degree Mason. He opened eight grocery stores and sold Beer and wine for Many years. He was an Arab sell ing fruits and vegetables on the streets for several years. He also drove a school bus for seven years. Surviving Are two Sisters Anamelia Ogle of Baltimore and Alwayne Butts of new York two Brothers. Jonathan Ogle of Frederick and David Carter of Seattle. Wash devoted Niece Regina Walker Bey and several nieces and nephews. Friends May Call 11 .-9 . May 17, at the stauffer funeral Home 1621 opossum own Pike Frederick where the family will receive friends from 7-9 . Funeral services will be held 1 . Friday May 18, in the funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. John h. Ford officiating. Interment will follow in Fairview cemetery. Funeral services for or. James Frank Carlton sier of mount airy who died saturday May 12, were held at 11 . Tuesday May 15, at the Burner funeral Home 1212 w. Old Liberty Road Winfield. The Rev. Suzanne m. Weber pastor of Morgan Chapel United methodist Church officiated. Mary Ann hop Kins Sang two solos accompanied on the funeral Home organist by Freda Condon. They were How great thou and in the bearers were Jimmy Thompson Matthew Thompson Joseph Puttkammer and John Puttkammer grandsons and Kevin Welsh and Kenneth Stockdale. Interment was in mount Olivet cemetery Frederick. Or. Sier was the husband of Lillian Thomas sier. Mrs. Rebecca Skinner funeral services for mrs. Rebecca Elizabeth Skinner of Union Bridge and Rockville who died saturday May 12, were held at tuesday May 15, at the Union Bridge funeral Home of . Hartzler. The Rev. John r. Thomas pastor Union Bridge United methodist Church officiated assisted by the Rev. Richard Michael pastor St. James lutheran Church Union Bridge. Bearers were Paul Quick Earle Wilhide jr., d. Lee Rinehart Alfred Yingling Francis Nusbaum and Charles Hahn. Interment was in Mountain View cemetery Union Bridge. Mrs. Skinner was the widow of w. George Skinner or. Mrs. Garnet Logan funeral services for mrs. Garnet m. Logan of new Windsor who died saturday May 12, were held at . Tuesday May 15, at the new Windsor funeral Home of . Hartzler. The Rev. Robert Keplinger pastor of Linwood Brethren Church officiated assisted by the Rev. Or. Shank. Bearers were Edward Derr Gary Brown Tobert Green c. Ray Pittinger Andrew Hoff and Buckey Garver. Interment was in pipe Creek cemetery near new Windsor. Mrs. Logan was the wife of the Rev. Hays k. Logan. Mrs. M. Bertha Lockard funeral services for mrs. M. Bertha Lockard formerly of 919 n. Market St., Frederick who died thursday May 10, were held 2 . Tuesday May 15, in Trinity United methodist Church with the Rev. Phillip Ayers officiating. Katherine co Remus was organist. Bearers were or. Jeffrey l. Sensing Michael sensing Kyle sensing Atlee Gouker Charles Summers and Eric Rivera. Inter ment was in mount Olivet cemetery Frederick. The stauffer funeral Home 1621 opossum own Pike Frederick was in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Lockard was the wife of the late Charles w. Lockard. Bible school plans get zoning Board of by Teresa Franklin news Post staff representatives of a Bible school in Frederick May go ahead with expansion plans after the Frederick City Board of zoning appeals approved the project tuesday. Amazing facts inc., 100 adventist drive plans to build Square feet of storage space according to an application filed in the City s plan Ning department. Officials said the change would not significantly Impact the surrounding Neighb Hood and would not intensify business at the school. In addition trucks would continue to use adventist drive most of the time rather than travel through the neighbourhood off new design Road officials said. The school officials need site plan approval from the Frederick City planning commission before the project proceeds. Also at the meeting the Board denied a request from or. Anthony Garfano to set up an office for his psychiatric practice in a Home at 823 n. Market St. Or. Garfano is the contract purchaser of the House which is listed on the National Register of the Maryland historical Trust Accord ing to planning department files. The denial came after residents protested the Home office would increase traffic in the area and perhaps open the door to further changes that would undermine the residential character of the neighbourhood. In addition the Board decided not to allow variances for signs at Westpoint Plaza at . 40 and . 40-a. The owner of the shopping Center Core development group was requesting that signs facing both highways be allowed to stand 10 feet taller than the 15 feet allowed by City relations. The owner also wanted to put the signs closer to the highways than the City allows. The City requires the signs to be 25 feet from the highways. It is a struggle for merchants to do business at the Plaza partly because the current signs Are not visible enough to catch the attention of passing motorists said Robert Kresslein attorney representing the owner. But Board members said the signs can be seen easily by motorists and that ailing merchants May be suf Fering More from Market conditions than inadequate signs. Board to poll students on lunches by Christina Barnes news Post staff the Frederick county Board of education has decided to ask the students what they think about the new school lunch program which some students have boycotted. Surveys will be distributed to 10 percent of the student body during the last two weeks of May according to James h. Lipan supervisor of purchasing and school food service. The surveys Are expected to be returned to or. Lipan s office by Junel. We ask about menu variety the Courtesy of the personnel and whether various procedures and programs for which we Are responsible Are being made Clear to every he said. The Survey Alto asks students to rate various menu items including pizza hot dogs Macaroni and cheese fish sandwiches and French Fries. Some Frederick county students have already indicated that they Are unhappy with the program. Students at Cato tin High school prepared a petition recently complaining about the prices and the Quality of food for the according to Meredith Blakeslee a senior and president of the student Council there. Students at Middletown High school boycotted the cafeteria food for one week recently. Many students brought bagged lunches to school to protest the prices and the Quality of food served at the school according to student government association president a Macgregor Tisdale. At the beginning of the month students at governor Thomas John son Middle school and Walkersville High school were asked what they thought about the school lunches. Many like eighth grader Mark House said the lunches keep get Ting More expensive and less and at Many of the tables in those schools cafeterias were found paper bagged lunches brought from Home. Finding out Why some students Seldom or never Purchase their lunches in the school is another part of or. Lipan s goal. The Only Way we can continue to serve our Public is to provide the service and food they he said. Over the last several years school lunches have undergone drastic changes probably influenced by the popularity of fast food restaurants. By Teresa Franklin news Post staff a Developer who plans to build 183 townhouses in the Northwest end of Frederick got the go ahead for the project from the Frederick City planning commission on monday. The million to million Community is called the commons of Avalon and will be located on about 16 acres on Waverley drive and key Parkway near Waverley elementary school said Steve Whitmore owner and Developer of the property. As a condition of approval the commission imposed a limit of 50 new Homes on the site annually if area schools become overcrowded. If needed officials said the building schedule would minimize the Impact of new residents on the school system. In addition the Developer will be required to connect Schaffer drive to Waverley drive or. Whitmore said. Schaffer drive now crosses we Loydale drive and stops Short about Halfway to Waverley drive. Construction on the first of the three Story Villas planned for the site could begin in september he said. The Villas he said will be similar to townhouses except smaller with Small Yards one car garages and driveways. The Homes will be custom built with features including High ceilings and open staircases and High pitched roofs Gingerbread trim and wrought Iron porches or. Whitmore said. The Villas will Cost about each about less than some other townhouses in the Frederick area he said. We re trying to get Down to the Price Range where a Fine House is affordable that makes the american dream he said. Also at the meeting the planning commission approved a change in approved plans for the Waterford Community which includes about 400 Homes off Baughman Lane and . 15 and North of . 40. Original plans called for Square feet of retail space and 180 apartments for a retirement Community which would include Resi dents who perhaps wanted to share meals but who would not need Nurs ing care said William Fitzgerald vice president and division manager of the Developer Winchester land in Maryland. Approved monday was a proposal to replace the original plans with 60 apartments for elderly residents who need some Type of nursing care and 114 apartments. Woman fights Back after computer lists her As dead Springfield to. A reports of 73-year-old Rose Marie Posey s demise were greatly exaggerated but the fight to regain her life goes on. Declared dead in March by a . Treasury department computer mrs. Posey found that efforts to Correct the error prompted More official Buck passing than Resolution. I m so mad about this i just mrs. Posey said. I know i m. Not dead but i Don t feel so Good because of All Learned other death in april when she t receive her monthly pension Check. The mistake was supposed to have been fixed but it lingers in government computers. Local mentions Bush opticians suite 102 Woodsboro medical Center 898-7055 tractor truck Auto radiators cleaned repaired record Large inventory in Stock Ramsburg Radiator Weld. Est. 1946 phone 662-2312 Frederick county paving Asphalt paving free Esti mates 662-2820. Mic 112370. Henry s Blacktop paving free estimates phone 663-1888 Mic 3608 we Transfer Home movies to vhf. Carpel video inc. 429 e. Patrick St. Fred. 694-3500. Wanted to buy diamonds jewelry watches Gold coins 4 Stamps colonial jew Eiers 9 St. Frederick senior citizens Frederick county commission on aging offers seniors information and assistance. Need answers to questions looking for assistance Call 694-1604. B w disposal serv. Septic tanks cleaned phone 473-8294 rain gutters cleaned repaired. . Korzendorfer roofing siding contractor it. Of rocks my 874-2807 Mic senior citizens find out we can give you a better buy on medicare supplement insurance. Call for details. No obligation. Call 662-4238 ask for Howard l. Moss 8214 Pembrook ct., Frederick. My 21701. A Ray Keyser sons pump co out of water repair replace new installations fast service on water pumps water conditioners. Building a new Home give us a Call for a free est. 663-0099 meat a food for fitness beef pork Lamb veal Wagner Bros. Specially meats it. Airy locker co. 604 n. Main St. Slaughtering processing retail wholesale beef for Freezer hours Mon wed 8-5, thurs 8-7 Fri. 8-6, sat. 8-noon 831-7440 829-0500 drive a Litte enjoy a lot. Local mentions excavation septic systems Complete septic systems installed. Basements Yard lot grading. All types Clearing. Equipment truck rental. 694-0744 24592 Home buyers solve your real estate needs. Leroy d. Fleming 473-8738 Mackintosh realtors inc. 662-0195, ext. 642. Blacktop sealing res. Mic Charles j. Wastler 898-7936 Seal mister Asphalt paving driveways parking lots tar Chip Seal coating. Free estimates. Mhici1m41 662-2648 seamless gutters replacement windows it doors All types of siding roofing 8w-0073 Mic typewriter rental t repairs ism Psi Sam Remington Rogers office Supply equipment inc. 110 n. Market St., Frederick 663-4311 Trees shrubbery exp. In Fine pruning of Trees shrubs. Bill Brittain 293-2114 Dorsey s meats inc. Since 1859 pigs for barbecuing now offering Low Salt hams. Fresh made sausages. Fresh pork beef cured meats lunch meats competitive prices weekly specials hours tues.-Fri., 7am-5pm. Sat., Farmers Market Fred. Fair grounds 8am-2pm 100 n. Second Street Woodsboro Maryland 845-8314 Denny s Lawn Mower Small engine repair. Will pickup deliver i he Wanai me us is wont 301-635-6876 local mentions lawnmowers service 4 repairs on All types Call 662-8930 hair metro Sale a Thon 662-0262 Henry s Airport Limo authorized and insured As Low As 663-6310 Charles contracting garages carports additions family rooms farm repairs All types Concrete driveways sidewalks patios Steps Block work roofing gutters ext. Painting roof painting Sundecks pole shed siding window replacements financing done in your Home. 662-7372 Mic 11474 video for All your special occasions. Weddings bar Mitzvah parties More. Memories that last forever on video tape. Stonewall recording co. 874-2406. Herbal if Independent distributor for products Call 301-898-0058 regular and screened topsoil Call 663-4119 we fill swimming pools with clean drinking water Darling daughters formerly Sheridan gardens 473-5463 Lapp s Stop shop Brake specialist Quality service at a fair Price. Free Brake inspection. 7138-a English muffin Way Frederick 874-2255 asparagus Call 271-2737 for picking info Catoc Tintoi Chard Surrey Brooke herbs perennials everlasting annual plants May hrs. Wed sat 9-3 Alt. 40 to hollow re right onto 8537 hollow re for 2.6 Miles. Middletown my 371-7466 baseball cards sets supplies singles Call 371-6180 bus hog mowing lots to acreage of any size references 473-5096 hauling of All kinds trash debris junk Etc. Tree it shrubbery trimming removal Lawn mowing maintenance. We also offer mulch top soil much More. For More info pc free estimate Call 662.2247. Mowing clean lips hauling landscaping Odd jobs Call 293-7307 free estimates Public Sale notice farm t Lawn equip auction Jefferson Puritan grounds Jefferson my tues eve May 22nd, consignments Welcome Call 473-8100 or 371-6137 we Loydale auction company Dan Poole manager Church supper Urbana fire company sat. May 19, l-7pm roast beef Fried Chicken baked Ham salad bar with assorted vegetables desert beverage Craft bake table adult 57. Children 7-12 under six eat free Benefit Urbana us Parish appalachian tree service professional tree 4 Shrub trimming removal. 55 local mentions Hydraulic Brush Chipping stump grinding. Call 473-4370. Screen printing mid Maryland screen printing 662-4795 hrs of sat 9-12 5712-d Industry Lane Fred k men women s cuts Plain fancy Beauty Salon 371-6464 senior citizens have you had problems applying for or receiving medicare medicaid food Stamps or other Public benefits Call 694-1604. Precision sweeping sealing Seal coating specialist 834-7855 stump busters free estimates. Lie 4 ins. Call 834-7855 Staley s septic service Harold Staley 898-9990 clearance Sale disc and damaged cabinets cultured Marble tops sink vanities All at bargain prices. May 17-18-19. Sat. Dennis Kitchen and Bath inc 101 s. Main St it airy my 21771.301-829-1400. Wanted paying Cash for your toy trains Lionel Amer. Flyer Etc. Bob 663-4123 or Paul 271-3255. Bargain Days Cabinet displays disc Cabi nets Marble and counter tops damaged sinks. Save save save Dennis Kitchen and Bath inc., 1010 s. Main St it airy my. Sale hours thurs., Fri. May 7am-8pm, sat May 19 829-1400. Jackie s bus trips 663-8361 june 23-Lancaster, july 7-St. Michaels Benoit construction additions garages int remodelling kitchens cabinets installed counter tops Hec rooms Sun decks. 695-3090 293-7837 Mic wanted Reg. Voters in Brunswick my to sign recall petition. Sign up at Brunswick fire Hall 6pm 9pm, 7 we. Specials. Pork tender loins whole pork loins Chuck roast meaty spare ribs fresh picnics 99flb he Smyd sliced Bacon fresh sausage baby beef liver 49tlb sausage bladders cooked country Ham dry White Hominy Black Pepper country Ham Hocks beet Soia by me sides quarters cuts Avail. Burtner s meats inc. Marker Road 371-6829 wed. Thurs. Fri. 7-5. Sat. 9 til 3. Or. Natural s country Market is open everyday with bedding plants perennials hanging baskets Trees shrubs azaleas rhododendrons roses mulch 4 much More. Visa master card accepted. 6 Miles n. Of Fred on it 15 at Mountaindale re. 898-3663 watch for farm fresh fruits vegetables soon. Hoe Down vegetable plants cantaloupes Cucumber Melon Squash Tomato Pepper cabbage Broccoli cauliflower and kale. Sweet potato plants Flower plants too. Zonal and seed geraniums wide variety of petunias marigolds impatient begonias coleus and Many others. Also Large Selec Tion of hanging baskets. Perennials Large selection 2te it pots just each 10 or More just each. Bagged Hardwood mulch potting soil peat Moss and a selection of Trees and shrubs. Sunny Bank farm hrs. Mon Fri 9-8, sat Sun 9-4. Dir it 194 n to Keymar r onto Middleburg re Ivi Nii turn left on Crouse Mill re Nursery i on left. 775-2153 automotive Industrial inc. Tune brakes electrical service Spring safety Check 662-2211 seeking ride from District to Esworthy re Ivyng at Call 301-463-2979. Card of thanks bus Tours Akron Ohio aug. 5, Incles 6 meals. Dinner show Stan Hywell Hall Quaker Square depot guided tour of finish country Warther s museum civil theater mini Organ concert guided tour of Akron trans., lodging baggage handling taxes gratuities. Pigeon forge of oct 13 17th 8 meals plus Many inclusions Hawaii in Pittsburgh 24th, 25th Call Marguerite 662-1063 Betty 662-8451 card of thanks our sincere thanks to All of you that were with us Dunn the death of our loved one Jessie Brown pens. Your appreciation shown to us with cards Flowers food memorial contributions and All other acts of kindness were greatly appreciated. Special thanks goes to two dear people a very special doctor or. Gregory Rausch and Jim Wright of hospice. Thank you is also extended to for. Thomas staup Brunswick vol. Ambulance co., 2nd floor nursing staff at fms and or. Thomas and his radiation staff. Again thank you. Our love reaches out to each and everyone of you. The family of Jessie Brown Pons

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