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The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 17

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THE NEWS, Frederick, Maryland JWM z. itra P«gt B-7 PROGRAMS Lovettsville Court News WFMD-AM-930kc (Momlay through Friday; CBS News on hour, news headlines at: 35 5-7a.m.-Happy Johnny (Country and Western music) 5:S5a.m.--Words For A New Day (devotional) 6: »a.m.--FirttLineReport (CBS) ·: 35a.m.--Weather Roundup 7-ftMa.m.--TommyGrunwell; 7:24 Don Spate; 7:35--Local Sports; 7:55--Community News; 8-00--CBS World News Roundup *30-lla.m.-GaryKirttey; 9:44-CoffeeBreak; 1*30--Dear Abby (CBS); 11:10-Time For Health (CBS) 11:15--Arthur Godfrey Time (CBS) 11:45-1 p.m.-"Happy Johnny"; 11: SS-Community News12: IS--AfricultureNews; 12:30-Weather Roundup M ?n Li: A l R 5? ers: 1: "-Mid-DayReport (CBS) l:55-MlteWallaceAtLarge(CBS);2-30-,Profile(CBS) 3-7pjn.--Jim Titus; 3:30--Reasoner Report (CBS) 4:30--WalterCronkite (CBS); 4:54-CommunityNews 5:30--Correspondents Report (CBS); 6:10-Local News6: IS--SportsRoundup; 6.45-LowellThomas (CBS) 6:55--Phil RizzutoSports (CBS); 7:00--The World Tonight (CBS) 7:15-TheBusinessReport (CBS); 7- 20-Frank Gilford Sports (CBS) 7:30--The Minonty Report (CBS) . KSS-Midnijght-BillSnyder's-NightBeat" (Rockmusic) 11-11:15-News and Sports Final 11:55--Be Still and Know (devotional) Baltimore Oriole Broadcasting Schedule June 1-7--Sun., June 7,4 55pm--BaiuTvs Milwaukee WFRE-FM-STEREO-99.9 me (Monday through Friday) Music for young adults and groovy grown-ups 5-9 a.m.--Gary Kirtley 9-12 p.m --Aharon Snyder 12-6p.m.--DickHageman 6-Midnight--Jim Thompson 11:55 p.m.--Be Still and Know (devotional) News at: 25 and-55 6:25p m (Thursday)--" In Focus" with Richard Lebherz WMHI-AM-1370kc (Monday through Friday) S a m --Sign-on-Metromedia news on the hour 3-10 a.m --Music with Al Soper, featunng the news, weather and sports at 6-00, 6.20, 700, 730, 800, 8'30, 9'00, 9'30, WOO, 1030 and 11.00; Jimmy Dean Show--Monday and Wednesday only-6:30; Don Spatz Show--7.35a.m. 10:05--Bess Myerson, 10:10 am. to 11 15 a.m.--The Album Sounds of WMHI with John Staub. Periscope--11:15, Katherine 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, 200, 230, 3-00, 339 and 3-55 Betsy Palmer--1:25 p m 3:00 pm.--to Sign-off-Music with Dan Wilson, featuring news and weather at 4:30, 5:00, 530, 6.00. 6.30, 7:00, 7:30-and sign-off Bulletin Board featured on WMHI at 8:30,12:30 and 4- 30 Sign Off--June--8 45 p m LOUISE V. MENTZER 822-4843 Some of our readers were saying a few weeks ago that so much of our news was about sick folks. Not that they were complaining because they did not want to know about it but wondered why so many of our community had been stricken. Well this week is no exception. Adrian Shugars came home from Loudoun Memorial last Thursday and then entered Winchester Memorial Monday for possible surgery. Mrs. Pearl Cooper is a patient at Sflriey Hospital in Washington, D.C. Mrs. Carrie Crum returned to the home of Mrs. Fannie Clopton in Paeonian Springs on Saturday after spending about ten days in Loudoun Memorial. Marilyn Hickman, daughter of Mayor and Mrs. Richard Hickman is a patient in Frederick Memorial Hospital for tests and observation. William Swartz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Swartz, has finally received an address so that his friends may write to him. ft is Pvt William E. Swartz- 230-76-8976, E-l-1, USATC, 4th pit, Fort Campbell, Ky. 42223. Remember, our boys like to hear from folks back home! Mr. and Mrs. Francis Lindsey were guests of Francis Aunt Mrs. Ella Rubel in the home of her daughter, Mrs. Sally Perry in Cambridge, N.York on Wednesday of last week. --Mrs. Bonnie Arnold, who celebrated her 92nd birthday last Friday certainly did appreciate all the pretty greeting cards she received from her family and News From Ft. Ritchie By the end of May, 176 Fort Ritchie enlisted men and women will have completed the National Safety Council's Defensive Driving courses, begun here April 20. First to be enrolled have been the youngest, least experienced drivers, but according to William A, Anderson, safely director, classes are scheduled to continued until all Fort Ritchie personnel have received the training. Classes are limited to from 30 to 40 students and consist of four two-hour sessions, through Thursday, at the Fort Ritchie Education Center. Purpose of the courses, Anderson said, is not to teach people how to drive, but to improve safe driving habits in licensed drivers. Col. Robert E. Dunlap, post commander, has given the program his personal endorsement. The courses are taught by Anderson, Maj. Robert Tabor, transportation officer, Lt. John Allen and 3p. 4 Michael Finn and Warren Collier, _ Defensive Driving courses are currently under way throughout the United States, in a new approach by the National Safely Council to solving the increasingly critical problem of highway accidents. Awards of the Bronze Star Medal, the Meritorious Service Medal, the Joint Service Commendation Medal and the Army Commendation Medal were made at FortRitchieduringa Command Review and awards and retirement ceremony recently. S. Sgt William F. Nichols was awarded the Bronze Star Medal retroactively for "meritorious achievement in ground operations against the enemy in the European Theater of Opera- tions on or about 17 February 1945." At that time, Sgt. Nichols was a private first class assigned to the 110th Infantry Regiment Lt. Col. Robert C. Shank was awarded the Meritorious Service Medal for performance of duty in Thailand from January 1968 to January 1970 while he was assigned to the U.S. Army Military Assistance Command, Thailand/ Joint U.S. Military Advisory Group, Thailand. Maj. Bill D. Vance (U.S. Air Force), retiring after 20 years, was awarded the Joint Service Commendation Medal for service with the Defense Intelligence Agency from August 1968 to May 1970. S. Sgt Willie L. Tindall was awarded the Army Commendation Medal for service with the llth Signal Group (U.S. Army Strategic Communications Command), Fort Huachuca, Arizona, from November 1968 to Novem- CHANNEL 26 WETA New On Air After 2 P. M. For (Umainder Of Summer FREDERICK CABLEVISION 662-6033 CHANNEL 25 Hagerstownr Now Available On Cable TV. FREDERICK CABLEVISION .662-6033 her 1969. M. Sgt Addie E. Flannery and Paul W. Phister Jr., retired after 22 and 25 years, respectively, of Army service. Both men have been recommended for the Army Commendation Medal. The Joint Service Commendation Medal and Certificate of Retirement were presented to Maj. Vance by Col. William L. Evans (U.S. Air Force), representing Col. William M, VandebogartCUS AF), Chief, Alternate National Military Command Center. Col. Robert E. Dunlap, commanding officer, U.S. Army Joint Support Command, presented the other awards. friends. On Sunday she was entertained in Frederick, Md. by her granddaughters, Mrs. Thomas Gosnell and Miss Ann Arnold who had prepared a birthday dinner and all the trimmings. Mr. and Mrs. Harry H. Trussell of Hamilton, Va. were also present. Mrs, Trussell is Mrs. Arnold's daughter. Rev. Larry Tingle was kept busy Sunday morning at Mt. Olivet United Methodist Church when he baptized Bonnie Deener, Sue Oelph, Charles Palmer, Brenda Sue Palmer, Tanya Myers, Mary Kay Gletner and John Allen Payne Jr. Taken into the membership of the church were Bonnie Deener, Debbie Legard, Gale Kelly and Cathy Gletner. Don't forget this coming Sunday the guest speaker will be Jack Savastone along with Job's Daughters #35 Arlington who will be presenting the music for the service. All are welcome. Sammy Compher and Toby Rickard have returned home from a week's vacation in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. They went by South Carolina and visited with a navy buddy of Sammy's and stopped by Shaw Air Force Base to visit with Toby's aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Biller. Sympathy is extended to Robert (Chick) Moyers on the death of his mother recently. Mr. and Mrs. BUI Petro and daughters of Cleveland, Ohio and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Rickard of Bristol, Pa., were weekend guests of their parents Mr. and Mrs. John Rickard. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Biller and family of Shaw Air Force Base in South Carolina, Johanna Keister and friend Olga Pepino of College Park, Md. were all weekend guests of Mrs. Lillian Keister and attended the Neff reunion that was held inPurcell- ville on Sunday. Mr.'and Mrs. Jasper Rickard and sons were also present at the reunion of the families of John and Daisy Neff. The Mt Pleasant United Methodist Church atTaylorstown will be selling lunch on Memorial Day at the church. Sandwiches, pie, cake, tea and coffee will be on sale. Sympathy is extended to Pat Keister who lost both a grandfather and an uncle. She and her husband, Bob attended the funeral of her grandfather Mr. William Lewis of Laurel, Del. on Saturday and on returning home learned of the death of an uncle in Baltimore. lommy Wenner, Mike Dunson, Reed Lawson, Mac Keister and Pete Mentzer attended the stock car races in Charlotte, N.C. this past Sunday. Marriage Licenses Richard D. Davis and Elizabeth Jane Uric, both of Frederick. Forrgst Edward Knipple, of Emmitsburg and Gloria Jean HOT CRABS Every Wendesday ? P.M. ' An Taa Caa Eat $3.00 PM pWIM $5.00 p«r cowpt. le 90 THE HUT Wood*on, Ml BOND SALE CHANGED The closing of the FHA bond sale for the water and sewage system in Lovettsville, Va., has been changed from Tuesday to Friday at 10 a.m. at the Farmer's Merchants Bank in Lovettsville. Baker, of Reeky Ridge. Lawrence E. Campbell of Knoxville and Margaret Lynn Anders of ThurmonU William Wayne Wolfe andLana Kay Grossnickle, both of Myersville. Gregory A. Maltagliati and Marcia Faye Glum, both of Silver Spring. Wayne T. Hardy of Harpers Ferry, W. Va. and Deborah Jean Lloyd of Knoxville. Clyde F. Burk Sr. of Williamsport and Shirley J. Carter, of Baltimore. Phyllip Lynn Carter and Veronica Merrill, both of Frederick. Joseph C. Tischer, of Hagerstown and Christine P. Myers, of Washington, D. C. Robert Thomas Hittner, of Frederick and Karen Charlene Ahalt, of Middletown. Phillip C. Stanwood, of Frederick, and Janis Laubach, of Hyattsville. Edward C. Dyll, of Farrell, Pa. and Vivian J. Rouch of Cogan Station, Pa. John P. Nilson, of Hempstead, N. Y. and Michael R. Spicknall, of Frederick. Bernard C. Thompson, of Rocky Ridge and Rebecca L. Keilholtz, of_Emmitsburg. Property Deeded Kenneth D. Poole, et al, to Lewis T. Bennett and wife, county. Elizabeth Callahan Hauver to Dorsey E. Lewis and wife, county. M o n t g o m e r y Development Corp. to Route #40 Limited Partnership, city. Montgomery Development Corp. to Stephen F. Shenvin, al, city. Ladco Inc. to Fairfield Construction Co., county. Albeit Fillmore Runkles and wife to Marion G. Hazelwood and wife, county. Leon E. Harne and wife to Donald G. Kline and wife, county. Franklin L. Devilbiss, et al, to Ethel V. Devilbiss, county. Emory W. Stull to Wilbur R. Runkles, county. Melvin W. Stull to Wilbur R. Runkles, county. Wilbur R. Runkles to Helen F. Mock, county. Helen F. Mock to Wilbur R. Runkles, county. Ida H. Smith, et al, to Clarence C. Wolfe and wife, county, City of Frederick to Arthur H. Rickell and wife, county. E. Brooke Lee and wife to Dennis L. Ahalt and wife, county. Robert D. Hartz and wife to Wilma G. Morris, county. Wilma G. Norris to Robert D. Hartz, county. Margaret C. Zccker, Exec, al to Paul A. Zecker, county. Charles Wm. Lidie, et al, to Donald J. Law and wife, county. Point of Rocks Estates Inc. to Earl Wayne Jenkins and wife, county. Crocker and Little Builders, Inc. to Robert B. Morrow Jr. and wife, county. Herbert J. Wolfe and wife to Robert L. Wetzel and wife, county. Lewis H. Hargett to Doris B. Hahn, et vir, city. John N. Lewis to Barbara K. Lewis, county. Claude H. Favorite and wife to C. Rodman Myers and wife, county. Wava Jane Emswiler and husband to Jeanne E. Bamhart, county. Jeanne E. Barnhart to George Everett Emswiler and wife, county. Cavetown Planning Mill Corn- any to James Kalo and wife, county. Teddy T. Mercer, et al, to )ouglas F. Teagle and wife, coun- y. Sidney Yaverbaum and wife to Micholas P. Foris and wife, city. Clyde A. Hoggatt to Stanley Y. Bennett, city. Stanley Y. Bennett to Clyde A. Hoggatt and wife, city. Charles Franklin Brooks, et al, to Gary Maurice Wood and wife, county. Fitz-Hew Inc. to David E.Beitz and wife, county. Morgan-Keller Inc. to Ralph , Gastley Jr. and wife, county. F M National Bank Tr to Josie M. Whitbeck, city. Ausherman Construction Company to Roy Lee Comer and wife, city. Equity Thurston E. Metz versus Viola Metz, BUI of Complaint for an Absolute Divorce. Shirley Beasley Simon versus George Alfred Simon, BUI of Complaint for a Partial Divorce; Alimony Pendente Lite; Counsel Fee, etc. Thomas W. Hood versus Frances L Hood, Bill of Complaint for an Absolute Divorce. Wm. Henry Filler versus Doris L. Filler, BillofComplaintforan Absolute Divorce. James Elmo Riggan versus Flossie Ridgeway Riggan, Bill of Complaint for a Partial Divorce. *»+ R U · THEATRZ D A M A S C U S , MD. Tuesday, June 2, 1970 WALT DISNEY'S 'King Of The Grizzlies" Shows 7:15-9:20 Spring f*gTORY-TO-YOU S A L E SAVE -- SAVE -- SAVE (Wktfe BMBD ENAMEL FINISH Oil 1 |/4 OZ. MINIMUM QftLVANBE CQM1N8 !Tf IL THICKNESS .HIT Walla-an* *··« Roof STEEL STORAGE SHELTER 4'x6' $49.00 s --· ··--^·^~--^K^K~ 5'x7' x $57.00 7'xW $99.00 THE GREATEST NAN! IN A L U M I N U M PRODUCTS PATIO COVERS --15% OFF - AWNINGS--20% O* ' Route 355--Evergreen Point--'/ 2 Mile So. of Fred. PHONE 662-5973 Now Appearing In The Anvil Room of THE RED HORSE BOBBY VERNON Stamp out the high cost -of cooling install a Frigiking Engineered better to give- you the finest cooling performance and rugged dependa- bilty. There's a Custom or Universal unit for your car. Immediate installation. For .as little as. plus installation Drmion, Cummin* Engine Co, Inc BILL * EARL'S THRIFTY AUTO SERVICE CENER 420 EAST PATRICK ST. PHONE ON TWO - YEAR CERTIFICATES OF $1,000, INTEREST PAID QUARTERLY FARMERS AND MECHANICS NATIONAL BANK -iff S. ·w UE P "M I !·· St. KJV--CI C O T ^ K - r Fi*d«rkk N«w« and P«tt PROGRAMS Tuesday CORRECTION An accident report in Monday's edition incorrectly listed the time of an accident as 9 a.m. instead of 9 p.m. concerning the injury of Cecil Ray Reed, 15, in a car-bicycle mishap on US. 40-A Friday. Chiz Medora Myers Bill Beard Present CLUB 40 WEST Route 40 West -- Patrick St. Extended (Formerly Free State Inn) 662-6815 Lunch -- Dinner -- Cocktail Lounge Happy Hour 'Til 6 P. M. Daily Lunch Specials JEANNIE WISE, CHEF DANCE Wed.-Thurs.-Fri.-Sat.-Sun. No Admission--Proper Attire At All Times 3 00--29--(C) Secret Storm 4 8 11--(C) AnotherWorld Bay City 5-(C)HeSaid'SheSaid' 7--(C) General Hospital 20--(C) Ultra Man 3 30--29-- (C)EdgeofNight 4 8--(C) BnghtPromise 5--(C) Strange Paradise 7 13--(C) One Life to Live 11-- (C)HeSaid'She Said' 20--Eighth Man 4 oo--2,5-- (C) Flmtstones 4,8 11--(C) Another World- Somerset 7 13--(C) DarkShadows 9--(C) GomerPyle USMC 20--Little Rascals 26--(C) SesameStreet 4 30--2-- Movie--"Wait'tilthe Sun Shines Nellie" 4--Movie--"A Dog of Flanders" 5-(C) I Spy 7--Major Adams 8,13--(C) DavidFrost 9--Laurel and Hardy 11--Perry Mason 20--(C) Speed Racer 5 00--9--(C) The Saint 20--(C) Batman 26--Mistergoers 5 30--5--MyFavonteMartian 7,11--(C) News 20--Munsters 26--What's New 6 00--4,8,9,13-- (C) News 7--(C) News U--(C)Duckpmsand Dollars 20--(C) LostmSpa^e 26--GutenTag 6 30--2--(C) News 4,8,11--(C) News 5--McHale'sNavy 7--(C) Game Game 13-- (C) News 26--Cooking 7 00--2,4,11,13--(C) News 5--Dick Van Dyke 7--(C) What's Mj Line 1 ' 8--(C) TruthorConse- quences 9--(C) News 20--Addams Family 26--(C) Newsroom 7 30--2--To Be Announced 4,8,11-- (C) Jeannie 5--(C) Truth or Consequences 7 13--(C) Mod Squad 9--(C) Lancer 20--(C) BeattheClock 8 00--2--(C) Man to Man 4,8,11--(C) Debbie Reynolds 5-- (C) To Tell the Truth 20--(C) Of Lands and Seas 26--Forsyte Saga 8 30--2,9--(C)RedSkelton 48,11--(C) Julia 5--(C) DavidFrost 7,13--(C)--Movie--"The Ballad of Andy Crocker' 9 00--4 8 11--(C) First Tuesday 20--Movie--"The Adven turess 9 30--2-- (C) Gov andJ J 9--(C) Trim Lopez 10 00--2--(C) 30Minutes 5--(C) News 7,13--(C) Marcus Welby 26--Toy That Grew Up 10 30--29--(C) CBS News Special 11 00--2.4 7,89 11,13--(C) News 5--Movie--"Lightning Strikes Twice 11 30--9--Movie--"City Across the River" Wednesday 9 30--2(C)\eus 4--(C) It sYourBet 5--(C TnithorConse quences 10 00--2--(C)ToTelltheTruth 4 8 -- ( C ) ItTakesTwo 5--(C) American \Vest 9-(C) Lucille Ball 13--Movie-- Deported" 10 30--29--(C) Hillbillies 4 8 11--(C) Concentration 5--(C) Steve Mien 7-- (C) The Now V omen 11 00--2--Pe ton Place 4.8-- (C) Sale Centurj 7--(C) Girl Talk 9-- C) \ndy Griffith 11--(C) Galloping Gourmet 20--Jock LaLanne 11 30--2,9--(C) Love of Life 4 8 ll-(C) Hollywood Squares 5--(C) Queen fora Day 7,13-(C) That Girl 20--OurGang 12 00--2,9-- (C) Where the Heart Is 48,11--(C) Jeopardy 5--(C) Panorama 7 13-(C) News 20--(C) RomperRoom 12 30-29--(C) Search for Tomorrow 4 11- (C) Who, What or Where 7,13--(C) WorldApart 9--(C) Noonday on8 1 00--2--(C) Woman's Angle 4.9--(C) News 713--(C) All My Children 8--Dick Van Dyke 11--I Love Lucy 20--Movie-- 'Make Your Own Bed 1 30-29--(C) As the World Turns 48-- (C) Lmkletter 7,13--(C) Let's Make a Deal 11--(C) Garden Lfving 2 00--2,9--(C) Love is a Many Splendored Thing 4,8,11--(C) Days of Our Lives 5--(C) Galloping Gourmet 7--(C) NewlywedGame 13--(C) Mike Douglas 26--Stock MarketReport 2 30--2,9--(C) Guiding Light 48,11--(C) Doctors 5--(C) Movie Game 7-- (C) DatmgGame Boeing Finds Flaw In New Jet Engines SEATTLE (AP) - A Boeing spokesman says a flaw has developed in some of the new engines being supplied for the company's 747 jumbo jet airliners, ___ The Pratt Whitney JT9D engines recently installed in a dozen or so of Hie 44 jumbo Jets ttie firm has delivered to airlines are subject to turbine blade failure, the spokesman said ftfon- day. The spokesman said the Federal Aviation Administration has ordered fleetwide inspections. Boeing said the engine maker has begun modification of the engines. WOULD ALMANAC FACTS J a n e Addams was the first American woman to receive the Nobel Peace Prize, The World Almanac r e c a l l s . She shared the award j o i n t l y with Dr. Nicholas Butler. The award was accepted Dec. 10, 1931, by Hoffman Phillips, US. minister to Norway. Jane Addams served as chairman of the Woman's Peace Party and president of the International Congress of Women during World War I. Her pacifist views were denounced by many Americans. The Rocking Chair Theatre HOLIDAY CINEMA On Baughmaos Lane Last Times Today At 7: P.M. ft 9:30 P.M. MAROONED' tomorrow "The Arrangement" TIVOLI Last Times Today at2:P.M. 8: P.M. tomorrow "The Users' \ 1EWSP4PERS nFWSPAPFRI

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