The News from Frederick, Maryland on June 1, 1970 · Page 23
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The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 23

Frederick, Maryland
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Monday, June 1, 1970
Page 23
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PROGRAMS THE NEWS, Frederick, Maryland MMNlajr, Jue 1, lfl» PftfeB-11 WFSfD-AM-«»kc (Monday through Friday) CBS News on hour, news headlines at: 35 S-7a.m.--Happy Johnny (Country and Western music) 5:55a.m.--Words For A New Day (devotional) 6:25 a.m.--First Line Report (CBS) 6:35 a.m.--Weather Roundup 7-9:30a.m.--Tommy Grunwell; 7:24 Don Spatz; 7:35-Local Sports; 7:55-Community News; 8:00~CBS World News Roundup 9:30-11 a.m.--Gary Kirtley; 9.44--Coffee Break; 1ft 30--Dear Abby (CBS); 11:10--Time For Health (CBS) II: IS-ArthurGodfrey Time (CBS) 11:45*1 p.m.-"Hapoy Johnny"; 11:55-Community News; 12:15-Agriculture News; 12:30--Weather Roundup 1-3 p.m.-Al Rogers; 1:30-Mid-Day Report (CBS) r.SS-MikeWallaceAtLargeJCBSi; 2:30-Profile (CBS) 3-7p.m.--Jim Titus; 3:30--Reasooer Report (CBS) 4:30--WalterCronkite (CBS); 4:54-CommunityNews 5:30--Correspondents Report (CBS); 6:10--Local News; 6:15-Sports Roundup; 6:45-Lowell Thomas (CBS) 6:55-PhiIRizzuto Sports (CBS), 7:00--The World Tonight (CBS) 7:15-The Business Report (CBS); 7:20--Frank Gif ford Sports (CBS) 7:30-The Minority Report (CBS) 7:35-MJdnight-BillSnyder's"NightBeat"(Rockmusic) 11-11:15--News and Sports Final 11:55--Be Still and Know (devotional) Baltimore Oriole BroadcastingSchedule June 1-7^-Sun., June 7,4.55 p m.--BaltoTvs. Milwaukee WFRE-FM-STEREO-M.S me (Monday through Friday) Music for young adults and groovy grown-ups 5-9 a.m.--Gary Kirtley 9-12 p.m.--SharonSnyder 12-6 p.m.--Dick Hageman 6-Midnight--Jim Thompson 11:55p.m.--BeStill and Know (devotional) News at: 25 and: 55 6- 25 p.m. (Thursday) --"In Focus" with Richard Lebherz WMHI-AM-1370kc (Monday through Friday) 6a.m.--Sign-on-Metromedia news on the hour 6-10 a.m.--Music with Al Soper, featuring the news, weather and sports at 6-00, 6:20, 7:00, 7:30, 8:00, 8:30, 9:00, 9.30, 10:00, 10:30 and 11:00; Jimmy Dean Show--Monday and Wednesday only-6:30; Don Spatz Show--7:35 a.m. 10:05--Bess Myerson, 10:10 a.m. to 11:15 a.m.--The Album Sounds of WMHI with John Staub. Periscope--11:15, Katnerine Jenkins--11:20, Congressional Comment--11:25. 11:30 a.m.-3:00 p.m.--Music with Carl Keller, featuring news at 12:00, 12:30, 1:00, 1:30, 2-00, 2:30, 3:00, 3:30 and 3:55. Betsy Dan Wilson, featuring 5:30, 6:00. 6:30, 7:00, Palmer-- 1:25 p.m. 3:00 p.m --to Sign-off-Music with weather at 4:30, 5.00, sign-off Bulletjn Board featured on WMHI at 8:30,12:30 and 4:30. Sign Off--June--8.45 p.m Orbit Air mowers Cut; mulch and clean in one pass Our Orbit Air model 8340 push type lawn mower has a multi pitch blade that cuts a 22" path and adjusts from %" to £¥4" for perfect cutting all season long. Fine cuttings are discharged downward to build humus. From 1109.95 But if you're tired of pushing your weight around, take.a look at our self- propelled models with or without electric starters.* Both mowers feature handle controls for greater convenience. "From $IOO«25 ·ElMtrlc starttr optional HANbLE HEIGHT MULTI-PITCH CONTROLS ADJUSTMENT BLADE If a grass bag is your bag ... even though it's not necessary with the Orbit Air ... they're available as optional-equipment HO EQUIPMENT CENTER Div. Farm Equip. Center, Inc m THURMONT MD. 21788 ^ PH. 271-2700 j I "Where Quality is First" j OPEN DAILY TO 8 P.M. SATURDAY TO 1 P.M. Tydings Pleads For Tolerance MACK IV COMBO i Dancing TREASURE LOUNGE TORTUGA RESTAURANT Route 4t Eait of Hagenfown Senator Joseph D. Tydings CD- Md.) Saturday urged Americans to remember the tolerance toward difference and dissent which mark the American political heritage. Warning that the rights and advantages of the democratic system are not indestructible, Tydings said. "A failure to recognize other points of view, a refusal tojtry to change things by working within the established institutions, and an unwillingness to listen to legitimate grievances can all quickly lead down the road to inevitable disaster." In a speech prepared for delivery at the Antietam Battlefield's 103rd Annual Memorial Day Commemoration, Tydings paid tribute to the dead of Antietam and "all Americans who laid down their lives so that the freedom, stability, and tolerance inherent in our political system could flourish." "We should be grateful then for this freedom, stability, and tolerance," he said. "Together they are the cherished hallmark of our political system. They should be respected and honored, for_ as the dead of Valley Forge, Bellea Woods, and Omaha Beach starkly remind us, they did not come cheaply. "To those who would abuse these hallmarks -- both the extreme left whose arrogance leads them to forget the collective rights of a society and the extreme right who have forgotten that Washington, Jefferson and Hamilton were all dissenters -- I would urge caution," Tydings "Intolerance and a refusal to recognize the rights of others can do irreparable harm to any democracy," the Maryland Senator added. 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