The News from Frederick, Maryland on September 1, 1967 · Page 17
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The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 17

Frederick, Maryland
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Friday, September 1, 1967
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ADULT DANCE Saturday, Sept. 2,9 to 12 LIBERTYTOWN FIRE HALL Music By The Twilight Three COIPLKS ONLY Benefit Libertytoun Vol. Fire Co. Rod/o * TV Highlights By CYNTHIA LOWRY 1 AP Television-Radio Writer NEW YORK ( \P) -- That last burst of summer, Labor Day weekend, is to network television what the calm is to the storm. The public, presumably, will ' be out of the house and on the I move, and except for the usual I threatened to engulf baseball and other sports pro- whimsical new show. grams, there is hardly anything scheduled that would hold even 'the most devout viewer. Reruns ABC's "The Flying Nun" which normally wil! occupy the middle half hour of the 90-minute horse opera To SPECIAL FREE HOLIDAY ATTRACTIONS! ! At the Bondshell -- Sept. 2 - 3 - 4 , Afternoon Evening Johnny Wright - Kitty Wells Show At the Park Athletic Field -- Now thru September 4 Sensational Parker Death-Defying, Break-Away High Pole Act (He'll Scare You "Half la Death") 4 and 9 P M Dally ALL RIDES OPERATING DAILY THRU SEPT. 10 Except September 3 FREE P A R K I N G -- FREE P I C N I C AREAS FREE CLOSING DAY SHOWS AT THE BANDSHELL Sun. Sept. 10 2 - 5 - I f M The ALPINE HARMONAIRES Swimming Pool Open Thru Sept. 4 FREE ZOO OPEN DAILY YEAR 'ROUND 10 A M . to 4:45 P.M. DANCE Woodsboro American Legion POST 28.' SAT., SEPT. 2 9 - 1 2 P.M. Music Hy The (U.'s MKMBKK.S \ N I ) (il FSTS ONLY FREE STATE INN RESTAURANT - LOUNGE OI'KN I ) \ I I . \ T I L L M I D N I G H T SPECIAL U'M'HEON COCKTAIL SPECIAL 60c ' D A I L Y 11-2 A D I F F K R K M ONK K V K K Y I ) \ Y U~K I KL -- SAT. -- St N . Kntfrtainnicnt H:3H To 1^ Scr\mK The Best In ( hi« ken. Steak and Scalmirt Kormcrl\ Mrs. Kosi-'s Chicken *. steak House Kiditc 40 West Friday Saturday Nights BILL CULLOP AND THE MELODY MEN With Miss Vickie Day Sunday 4:30 To 6:30 FRIED CHICKEN PLATTER 49c Dancing 8:30 To 11:30 THE BLUE NOTES WITH MISS ZITA MILO $1.00 Admission Charge At All Times MONOCACY PARK TAVERN TIYOIJ At 1 ft 2:30 -- 7 A 8:30 J he wackiest road race ever runl WALT DISNEY s,.,», wurn continue--even NBC's "The. mitigate this ctrcumstanc». fcami," itself only a summer re- ABC at the !!th hour decided .0 placement, has moved into re- premiere the series by a special peats. showing of its hour-Song p i l n Monday i.ight--when networks film (7:30-8:30 "Good Corrpa- believe the bulk of the viewers ny," ABC's reasonably axac\ are trapped in massive traffic' facsimile of Edward R Mu i jams--is little oetter, altnougn row's old "Person-to Persoi, CBS will broadcast a special comes along later (10-10.30) 'program, "The Emperor's N e w 1 Friday night's ABC schedule j Clothes," enacted by the Prince' consists of all new programs It Street Players. The program starts with "Off to See the Wiz- f o r ' a r d , " (7.30-8.30) an MGM anthology of old and new cartw.M · 4 {t' -hiirtf old and new movies in the style made popular by W\:lt ex- Disney. "Hondo." a TV adapt a tion from a popular weste n movie, follows (8-30-9:30), then a new Welter Brennan series, old series return with new pro- {"The guns of Will Sonnett ' grams. NBC, which has staked (5:30-10) and, finally "Judd to- out the following week to launch the Defense," (10-11) wh:ch fea- its new shows has scheduled tures contemporary trials ,t some fancy counter program- criminal cases i:ig, consisting mostly of some 77 " T\ 7-by-passed pilot films which it Kolierl 1). Eaves (8-9 p m. EDT) is strictly I children, howevar I But on Tuesday ..::!.. ·· -t^ the holiday season officiail over, all three networks plode. ABC and CBS start their season premieres then and most DANCE JEFFERSONIAN DEMOCRATIC CLUB Saturday, Sept. 2 Don Biddinger'-, Orchestra THE NEWS, Frederick, Maryland Friday. September 1. 1967 Page 19 OPEN DAILY-9A.M. to 10 at NITE! RT. 134. G E T T Y S B U R G . PA. PU.PPET and ANIMAL SHOWS daily INDIAN A T T A C K S o F O R T D , u BRENNAN- LOWELL THOM tuny PWPIIW · Hit* _ ttArrMW KMH fLniu GAfiBER OOTRICE«WYNH WALT DISNEY Bojj^Eajfle TBCHNICOLON* «i«i«*t«5ltm. will air as one-shot specials .n hopes of drawing off some of »h« audience. Spec. luesday will see the pre- of Mr mk-es of ABC's "Garr'ion's ' Eaves. Guerrilla's ( 7 - 3 0 8 3 0 p.m.), a arrived v: I 4 Robert D Eaves, soi and Mrs. Donald E Walkersville, recently n Vietnam for a one NOW SHOWING 2 FIRST R I N HITS Arrange for a low cost Farmers and Mechanics National Hank Auto Ixan when you purchase that brand new car. We'll save you money! FARMERS AND MECHANICS NATIONAL BANK Member F D 1 C At 8:30 TONITE FIRST LOCAL SHOWING IT'S THE BIG ONE- WITH war adventure, and "N.Y.P D." ear tour of duty. i j . 0-10), a police story. CBS He is presently stationed with will fight 4 he latter premiere by C Co , 720th M P. Bn at Lon« launching a new situation come- Binh near Saigon dy, "Good Morning, World" His duties include guarding (9-.C-1C) built around a team of p o w s, providing security for early morning radio disc jack- convoys and supporting infant eys ABC has two early evening ry unit operations premieres Tuesday: "The Leg-. Eavjs entered the Army 11 end of Custer," ( 7 3 0 8 . 3 0 ) a I August, 1965 and was la,t standard western wrapped stationed at Forth Lewis Wa.s i around the fictionalized career He is a 1963 graduate of Fred- of the cavalry leader of Little enck K'.gh School and prior 'o Big Horn, and "The Second entering the service was emplo K'andred Years," (8:30-9) a ea by the Frederick News-Pos"' omedy fantasy about a fellow His wife Gloria resides in Mil- frozen in Arctic ice f3r a centu- dletown. ry who returns to contemporary society. CBS will take over then with "He and She," (9.30-10) a i comedy of married life starring a couple who are also marned in real life, Dick Benjamin and Paula Prentiss. "Dundee and j the Culhame," a CBS western, with emphasis on trials and I courtrooms, follows (10-11) uiid is of particular interest because it stars the distinguished British actor, John Mills in his televi- s : on-senes debut. 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South ot llarmnurg--Off Kouto 15 '»r 71 Washington 4--WRC-TV 5--WTTG-TV 7--WMAL-TV 9--WTOP-TV Baltimore V 11-- WBAL-TV U--WJZ-TV an«uier 8--WGAL-TV FRIDAY ', 00 2.i--1_ i F ) I'e i Thi Truth 4.8,11---i C i Vnotne; World 5-- ( C ) Countdown Carnival 7--Genei al Hospital 5 30--2.9--Edge Ot Night 1.8.11 -(C) You Don't S a v ' 7 -- ( C ) Dark Siadows 00--2.9--Secret Storm 4.8.11--(C) Match Game 7,13- ( C ) Dating Game 20-- Patiy Duke 4:30--2--(C) Fhntstones 4 _ _ ( C ) Mo\ie--"The Black Tent" 5--(O Cisco Kic. 7--(C) Mike Doaglas 8--Mister Ed 9 _ ( C ) Mov ie--"Cowboy" 11 i (_'s Ki azy Kartoan^ 13--Mer\ Griffin 20 Wing Ding 26--Pleasure Horse and You 5.00--2--Movie--"The Hidden i City" 5--(C! 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