The News from Frederick, Maryland on June 3, 1970 · Page 39
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Frederick, Maryland
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Wednesday, June 3, 1970
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THE NEWS, Fwdtrkk, Itoytarf 1. IfW IM Jaycees Hold Night Of Honors, Awards And Proud Remembrances By MONICA MAIN Staff Writer M*jr 29th wa» an evening of honor* swards, and proud recollection for the Frederick chapter of the Jaycees. During the course of the Past President's Banquet at the Holiday Inn, recognition was given deserving members appreciation extended to all, and officers installed for the coming year. President Joseph C. Free led those present "backwards in time" to reflect the past Jaycee year, citing the highlights in each month* He recalled the Junior Champ contest held in June which paved the way for numerous contestants to enter the State Junior Champ meet. In August, Jaycee Richard Beckley chaired a project known as "Welcome Mat." The idea of the project is to stop a couple, preferably Jaycee-age, who happen to be passing through Frederick and "wine, dine, and entertain them" for two days. This will hopefully bring more per sons to Frederick and boost the tourism aspect. Short Pants Day was an August project that made its "debut" this year. Jayceesbecame "Keystone Cops" and arrested any persons downtown guilty of wear- Ing long pants on the special day set a side for short ones. "Off- fenders" were fined $1. Lawrence A. "Tommy" Dorsey Jr. accepted an award for the project of the year which began nearly one year ago in August - the teen center project. The project was designed to create youthful activities or simply "a place to go" in order to discourage young boredom which may lead to dangerous restlessness. The teen center is temporarily housed in the Frederick YMCA and operates on a weekend basis. The Jaycees were "all wet" in the month of September, as a result of the Dunk-a- Jaycee booth at the Frederick Fair. The booth was similar to the "Dunka-Bozo" game. Jaycee "victims" climbed upon aperch which would collapse when hit at the proper point releasing the Jaycee to the water below. The door to door Light Bulb sale along with the Halloween parade were among the October Jaycee projects mentioned. Glenn Eaves of Walkersville' was elected Outstanding Young Farmer as part of a November project. Punt, Pass and Kick, the second November project, involved more boys this year than any other year in which it was held. Eric Arnold receivedthe award for "Chairman of the Year" for his November project, which involved selecting Frederick's Junior Miss. This year's lovely Junior Miss, Kathy Mull was present at the banquet as Arnold's guest. Jaycees accompanied under- priveleged youngsters on a December "shopping tour" during which they purchased presents for their parents. This was an example, Free added, of real "service to humanity." January was set aside as Jaycee month with a Jaycee week set aside during the month for extensive attention on Jaycees. Radio Day was a favorite as members were given the opportunity to sound off on radio as they manned the station for one day. Rich; *d Brady was selected as F aderick's Outstanding Young Man as a February project In March, a Speak-Up Jaycee contest was held. William Price captured top honors. The International Womens Cross Country Meet, remarked Free, was a landmark in community involvement. This Jaycee project motivated an entire community to work together for a common goal. With reference to this very project, the Frederick Jaycees received two awards at the state convention. They were awarded the International Involvement Award and the Humanitarian Award. Robert James received an award for the "Committee of the Year" as a result of the dedicated work done on this project. Jack and his wife Becky Griffin received an award of appreciation for the long hours spent on the IWCCM. A special appreciation award was extended to Mrs. Nancy James for her "tolerance" of Jaycee committee members during theprepara- tion for the event. A Leadership training course, graduating 14 Jaycees, was held during the month of April. Those receiving certificates from the course were; Kenneth Clark, William Beasle, Gene Hawkins, Jerry Pate, Larry Boyer, Richard Gays, Bernard Bell, James Burdette, Kick Derr, GeneBuch- en, David Fadeley, Brent Frost, Daryl Feaga and Kenneth Metz- gher. Two equally successful events were scheduled during May. The Special Olympics, a track and field day involving retarded children and young adults was held during mid-May while a Horse Show occurred during the later part of the month. With the conclusion of the year given, Free continued with the awards presentation. Recipients of the Spoke award, an award given first year members who meet requirements set up by the national Jaycees were John Barone, Pat Smith, Dan Wilson, Tommy Dorsey, and James Burdette. Similar second year awards and onward entitled Sparks awards, were received by Wayne Williams, Harold Lenhart, Carol Leatherman, Thomas Grunwell, Eric Arnold, Harry Gilbert, Rick Betson, Clyde Crum, David Wigginton, J. R. Ramsburg, Robert Smariga, William Prickett, Dolphis Morris, William Summers, Maynard Heerd, Jerry Pate, Robert James, Edward Hoffman, Walter Kirk, Gene Clements, Richard Brady, Larry Howard, Richard Gays, and Roland Hobbs. At the State Convention held in Ocean City, the Frederick Jaycees were honored to have a member place third out of the top ten for the Spoke award. Member Lawrence A, '_Tommy" Dorsey Jr. placed third while also capturing the title of Frederick's Outstanding Spoke. Richard "Yank" Gays was named Director of the Year. Free described him as "never knowing how to say no when help was needed, Larry Howard, chairman of the recent Horse Show held near Barnesville, received the "Unsung Hero Award." Free remarked that Howard received little recognition .for his work done within the Jaycees on num- PROGRAMS erous projects throughout the year, but never failed toputforth his best for the club. The news media was given special recognition for their "cooperation withtheclub."Tom Mills, managing editor of the Frederick News-Post, accepted an award on behalf of .the local paper while Thomas Grunwell represented WFMD in receiving an award. Dan Wilson was presented an award for WMHL When a Jaycee reaches the age of 36, he resigns from the organization, Receiving the "exhausted rooster's award" were Robert Daily, Carol Leatherman, Howard Balsam, Harold Lenhart, and Walter Kirk. The two Jaycee Vice presidents, Rick Betson and Robert Smariga received the President's Award of Honor. Richard Brady was the recipient of the President's Award of Honor while J. R. Ramsburg Jr. received the Key Man Award. Free added at this point that "not everyone's name was mentioned, but everyone contributed." Mrs. Pat Schoonover, President of the Jaycees wives presided over the presentation of Spoke and Spark awards for the females. Winning the Spoke awards were Barbara Willets, Rose Higginbotham, Kathy Layman, Judy Crum, Jacqueline Ewing, and Judy Beastle. Recipients of the Spark awards were Cynthia Morris, Patricia Schoonover, Wanda Clements, Patricia Offut, Bette Brust. Melanie Hoffman, Sarah Wiggintoh, Marlene Brady, Eleanor Free, and Ruth Lenhart, Past President's present receiving special recognition were Edward D. Storm, 1939-40; W. Barry Everett, 1942; Richard L. Shoemaker, 1948-49; Charles C Doll Jr., 1956; G. Bernard Callan Jr., 1959-60; James W Powell Jr., 1961-62; Walter W Kirk Jr., 1963-64; Merhle H. Duvall, 1964-65; L. Edward Blumenauer, 1965-66; Harold E. Buhrman, 1966-67; and Jacob R. Ramsburg Jr., 1967-68. Cumberland Plays Host To Circus \VTMD-AM-tf30kc (Monday through Friday) CBS News on hour, news headlines at: 35 5-7 a.m.--Happy Johnny (Country and Western music) 5:5Sa.m.--Words For A New Day (devotional) 6:2Sa.m.--FirstLineReport (CBS) 6:35 a.m.'-WeatherRoundup 7-9:30 a.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; 10:30-Dear Abby (CBS); 11:10--Time For Health (CBS) 11:15-ArthurGodfreyTime (CBS) 11:45-1 p.m.--' 'Happy Johnny''; 11:55--Community News; 12: IS-^-Agriculture News; 12:30--Weather Roundup 1-3p.m.-AlRogers; l:30-Mid-Day Report (CBS) 1:55--Mike Wallace At Large (CBS); 2:30--Prof ile (CBS) 3-7p.m.--JimTitus; 3:30--Reasoner Report (CBS) 4:30--WalterCronklte (CBS); 4:54--Community News 5:30--Correspondents Report (CBS); 6:10--Local News; 6:15--Sports Roundup; 6:45--Lowell Thomas (CBS) 6:55-Phil Rizzuto 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-Midnight--BillSnyder's"NightBeat" (Rockmusic) 11-11:15--News and Sports Final 11:55--Be Still and Know (devotional) Baltimore Oriole Broadcasting Schedule S '. June 1-7--Sun.. June 7,4:55 p.m.--Bulto. vs. 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 .--Sharon Snyder 12-6 p.m .--Dick Hageman 6-Midnight--Jim Thompson 11:55 p.m.--Be Still 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; DonSpatzShow--7:35a.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, 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, 2:00, 2:30, 3:00, 3:30 and 3:55. Betsy A versatile all-Aijierican circus act with continental flavor will be one of the highlights of the all-new Hamid-Morton Big Three Ring Circus appearing at the Cumberland Fairgrounds on June 19 and 20 under the auspices of Ali Ghan Shrine Temple. Ray Dionne and his lovely wife, Yolanda, combine three acts into one sensational performance. As jugglers, they are said to be without equal. Because they use special clubs and objects crafted just for them, they are able to create complicated ori- Retunis To States Navy Petty Officer Second Class John P. Dennis Jr., son of Mrs. Bertie V. Dennis of 327 N. Bentz St., has returned to the US. aboard the aircraft carrier USS Ranger after more than seven months with the Seventh Fleet in the Western Pacific. This was the carrier's fifth combat deployment in the Gulf of Tonkin. | ginal tricks that make their act far superior to the conventional juggling shows. In addition, this couple has perfected an acrobatic act of such artistry that night clubs in Las Vegas and Florida make constant demands for their time, and public and press calls them "truly amazing." The same duo presents a fantastic perch pole feature in which the lovely Yolanda goes into a spin, swivels and gyrates while doing head and hand stands. "It is truly one of the best all-American acts in show business," says Potentate Richard H. Priddy, "and we are proud to have them with the Hamid-Morton Circus," Ray and Yolanda will be seen at the five performances of the circus. Friday's shows will be at 2 p.m., and 8 p.m. while there will be three on Saturday at 11 a.m., 3 p.m. and 8 p.m. On USS St. Paul Petty Officer First Class Meredith D. Moxley, son of Mrs. Mary C. Moxley of 128 Prospect Road, Mount Airy, is serving aboard the heavy cruiser USS St. Paul, deployed on its fifth cruise in as many years to the Vietnam coast. Homeported at San Diego, the St. Paul is the flagship of Commander Cruiser - Destroyer Group, U.S. Seventh Fleet. Palmer--1:25 p.m. 3:00 p.m.--to Sign-off-Music with Dan weather at 4:30, 5:00, 5:30, sign-off Bulletin Board featured on WMHI at 8:30,12:30 and 4:30. Sign Of [--June--8:45 p.m. Wilson, featuring news and 6:00. 6:30, 7:00, 7:30 and CHANNEL 26 WETA New On Air After 2 P. M. For Remainder Of Summer FREDERICK CABLEYISION 662-6033 R U I THEATRE D A M A S C U S , MD. Wednesday, June 3, 1970 DUSTIN HOFFMAN IN "Midnight Cowboy" Shows 7:15-9:19 CHANNEL 25 Hagerstown Now Available On Cable TV FREDERICK CABLEYISION 662-6033 Chiz Medora Myers Bill Beard Present CLUB 40 WEST Route 40 West -- Patrick St. Extended (Formerly Free State IM) 662-6815 Lunch -- Dinner -- Cocktail Lounge Happy Hour 'Til 6 P. M. Daily Lunch Specials JEANNIE WISE, CHEF DANCE Wcd.-flMn.-FrL.tat.-J __ Ne AHmliilM Pr»er Attire At All Timei Now Appearing In The Anvil Room of THE RED HORSE BOBBY VERNON BIOL - MED - INSTR - MANUFACTURES Has Openings For: MACHINSTS SHEET METAL MECHANICS ASSEMBLERS PROD. RECORD CLERK Citizenship Net Required Excellent Company Benefits With Gross Opportunity Come See Us Or Call Immediately (301) 427-1522 CANALCO INC. 563$ Fisher Lane Rockville. Md. ~^^^" ^^^^" -"^^w -^^^ -^^^" -*^^^r -~^^^ -^^^ -^-^^r -*^^r -*^^r- -^^w GRAND OPENING CAVALIER MOBILE HOMES WEST Rt. 140 at Gorsuch Road, Westminster Fri., June 5, Sat., June 6, Sun., June 7 Free Gifts Gifts For Children Free Washer And Dryer With Each Home Ordered During The Grand Opening PHONE 876-1212 ON TWO - YEAR CERTIFICATES OF $1,000, INTEREST PAID QUARTERLY F\RMERSA\nMhrHANir.S NATIONAL E\NK V! ·.'?,'. R Dl R A L [H i Wedding Try Shopping berger's 151 North Market St. WICKES Lumber Supply Is Looking For A Carpet And Floor Covering Salesman Excellent career opportunities with WICKES LUMBER CO., one of America's largest merchandiser of bldg. materials. New Carpet Dept. opening in our store offering security and top earnings to man with experience selling carpeting and related items. Attractive salary plus commission based on sales. Comprehensive company paid insurance programs as well as differ profit sharing retirement plans. Wednesday Equal Opportunity Employer Apply WICKES Lumber Building Supply Company Rt. 355, 11/2 Mi. South Of Rt. 40 GOLD DUST INN NITE CLUB Evenings 8:30 to 1 NOW OPEN Tues.-Sun. Afternoons 3 to 7 P.M. DANCING BY JUKE BOX 3-7 P. M. RT. 355, FREDERICK --PHONE 663-9816 Happy Johnny Zufall Frederick County's Most Listened - To Country And Western Program 5-7 A.M. 11:45-1 P.M. 3: 00--2.9--(C) SeeretStorm 4,8.11--(C) AnotherWorld- Bay City 5--(C)HeSaid! SheSaid! 7--(C) General Hospital 20--(C) UltraMan 3:30--2.9--(C) Edgeof Night 4,8--(C) Bright Promise 5--(C) Strange Paradise 7.43--- (C) One Life to Live 11--(C)HeSaid! SheSaid! "20--Eighth Man 4:00--2,5--(C) Flintstones 4,8,11--(C) AnotherWorld- Somerset 7,13--(C) Dark Shadows 9--(C) CornerPyle.USMC 20--Little Rascals 26--(C) Sesame Street 4:30--2--Movie--"I Confess" 4--Movie--"Hero's Island" 5-(C) I Spy 7--Major Adams 8,13--(C) David Frost 9--Laurel and Hardy 11--PerryMason 20--(C) Speed Racer 5:00--(C)--9--The Saint 20--(C) Batman 26--(C) Mistergoers 5:30--5--My Favorite Martian 7,11--(C) News 20--Munsters 26--What's New 6:00--4,8,9,13--(C) News 5--I Love Lucy 7--(C) News 11--(C)Duckpinsand Dollars 20--(C) Lost in Space 26--Sign Language ' 6:30--2--(C) News 4,8,11--(C) News 5--McHale'sNavy 7--(C) Game Game 26--(C) Interface 7:00--2,4,11,13--(C) News 5--Dick Van Dyke 7--(C) What's My Line? 8--(C) Truth or Consequences 9--(C) News 20--A ddams Family 26--(C) Newsroom 7:30--2,9-- (C) HeeHaw 4,8,11--(C) Virginian 5--(C) Truth or Consequences 7.13--(C! Nanny 20--(C) BeattheClock 8:00--5--(C) To Tell the Truth 7.13--(C) Eddie's Father 20--(C) Of Lands and Seas 26--(C) NET Festival 8:30--2,9--(C) Hillbillies 5--(C) David Frost 7,13--(C) Room222 9:00--2--(C) MedicalCenter 4.8.11-- (C) MusicHalll 7.13--(C) Johnny Cash 20--Movie--"Ice Palace'' 10:00--2-- (C) Hawaii Five-0 4,8--(C) Bronson 5--(C) News 7,13--(C) Engelbert Humperdink 11--(C) Suspense Theatre 11:00-- News 5--Movie--Stallion Road" 12:00--9--Movie--"All I Desire" Frederick Newt and Pert PROGRAMS 1:00--2--(C) Woman's Angle' 4.9--(C) News 7,13-- (C) All My Children 8--Dick Van Dyke 11--I Love Lucy 20--Movie--"One Last Fling" 1:30--2.9--(C) As the World Turns 4,8--(C) Linkletter 7,13--(C) Let's Make a Deal 11--Learning toDo 2:00--2,9-- (C) Love is a Many Splendored Thing 4,8,11--(C) DaysofOur Lives 5--(C) Galloping Gourmet 7--(C) NewlywedGame 13--(C) Mike Douglas 26--Stock Market Report 2:30--2.9--(C) Guiding Light 4,8.11--(C) Doctors 5--(C) Movie Game 7--(C) Dating Game KEEP COOL TIVOU Now at 2:P.M. - 7 9:P.M, IT'S THE "DIRTY BUNCH" ON WHEELS! TKMWYIUMa Thursday CBS1I RADIO Frederick JIM GIBBONS RADIO 9:30--2--(C) News 4-tC) It'sYourBct 5--(C) Truth or Conse- quenccs 10:00--2-(C) ToTelltheTruth 4,8--(C) It Takes Two 5--(C) American West 9--(C) LucilleBall 13--Movie--"Rich. Young, and Pretty" 10:30--2.9--(C) Hillbillies 4.8.11--(C) Concentration 5--(C)SteveAllen 7--(C) The Now Women ll:00-2-Peyton Place 4.8--(Ci Sale-Century 7--(C) GirlTalk 9-- (C) A n d y G r i f f i t h 11--(Cl Galloping Gourmet 20--JuckLaLanne 11:30--2.9--(C) Love of Life 4.8.11--(C) Hollywood Squares 5--1C) Queen for a Day 7.13--(C) That Girl 20--OurG;ing 12-00--2,9--(C) Where the Heart Is 4.8,11--(C) Jeopardy 5--(C) Panorama 7,13-(C) News 20--(C) RomperRoom 12:30--2,9-- (C) Search forTomor- row 4.11--(C) Who. Whator Where 7.13-- (C) World Apart 8--(C) Noonday on 8 COLOR Produced and Released by FANFARE FILM PRODUCTIONS, Inc. Fhe Rocking Chair Theatre HOLIDAY CINEMA Now at 5:10 - 7:20 9:30 The girl knew about the wife... the wife knew about the girl... it was all part of the arrangement. did n(A kVlUl^UUK 3:tnwMtfn anddnctedty 6113 KaZull sisnng ikifk technicotor" panavfeton" tram warns fcros. {NEWSPAPER! SlEWS.PA.PE.Rr

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