The News from Frederick, Maryland on June 5, 1970 · Page 7
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The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 7

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Library News Hammock Readings For Summer Evenings Of A BEAUTIFUL GBEEN BOAT bgr J. M. At iMtl He» is a nwfl wtta SB***, evrtictwck- mt violence. The at- PEA art of the ocean art vtrjr aUHfUUjr presented!)? tttt SBBMT Of SEA-WYF AND BDCUT. Hd kat returned to a raft pM, bat tti* tine the wo a British book- wh» is trying to ac- a fukide andalittte 'girl. Bonnie is a verjrnke Utie girl: brave, imaginative, feawreeAiI bat notarer-sweet, .a»d her relationship with the ·etttaiy mam i* most absorbing art beMerabte. The ptotisvilte bayand beHrf. but it provides · (n evening's entertainniettU QUEEN'S PAWN bgr Victor Caring. On the other hand, if you like to read of sex sod violence, here is plenty. Our here is a paragon among criminals: charming, extremely sHlmd as both confidence man art lever, and after fifteen yean of illegal activity he is ready to retire to a Devonshire estate with a fortune and a nice girl of good family. Then a bizarre villain and a vulgar female criminal use bis "one mistake 1 ' to blackmail him into one mare spectacular crime. Professional reviewers agree mat this is a "thriller" and "one of Canning's best." EPHEMERAL FOLK FIGURES by Avon Neal and Ann Parker* Neal and his wife, photographer Ann Parker, have been recording early New England gravestonesforthe past ten years, jnd in their travels have also collected photographs of scarecrows, harvest figures and snowmen. "The fleeting figures recorded here are the best examples found in a decade's search ... The variety of these contemporary conceptions is particularly striking." Some are very simple constructions made by children, others are as sophisticated as those parade floats designed by college students, many look like modern sculpture, and all-in- all it is an enchanting collection. Neal's text and captions add anecdotes and speculations to me excellent photographs, BOOM OUTSIDE: ANEW APPROACH TO GARDEN DESIGN by John Brookes. "New?" Well hardly. But it is an excellent summary of the current approach to garden design as "a usable extension^ of the4»me into tie outdoor world.'* Beginning with the history and philosophy of private gardens, Automobile Accidents According to figures recently released by the. Insurance Information Institute, the economic cost of automobile accidents during 1MI row to a new Ugh of *16,582,flW,000, up $2,335,. MMM over the previous year's figure. The figures ahw Brted 56.4W persons kOted, M19.NO persons in- Jan* and 8.C2S.MO acd- TMcM ** «bwt ywr Mitomohll* wfll make MIK nut R. W. BOYER AGENCY, Inc. 26 S. Market St. "CMnreakat to Downtown Parking" a herd ton Uke Ty bask at bask fac- cUmate, drata- ;treea»ttrajid- iacfing, MWI now pniNKi^m m drawings Illustrate the ideas art mar inspire yon to redesign your outdoor living space... next year. SUPERHIGHWAY - SUPER- HOAX by Helen Leavitt. Should you want to become angry enough to get out of that ham- meek art work a while,tidsene should annoy anyone willing to read it A "strongly worded, thoroughly documented, and carefully argued book (which) tell* how history's greatest public works project, the Interstate Highway System, became history's greatest boondoggle ... Naming names and organizations.'' Chances are this will only be read by pedestrians and disgruntled would-be train or bus passengers who already believe chapters one through seven and feel helpless. Chapter eight suggests some things which might be done to bring automobile traffic under control and improve other forms of transportation. It concludes with a statement that "President Eisenhower commented that he never thought when highway advocates proposed the interstate system to him that freeways would be extended into the centers of cities . . . President Eisenhower's doubts and reservations about our highway programs were voiced many years ago. They are even more valid today." - M. L. Reynolds Frederick Is Reading LOVE STORY by Erich Segal MARY, QUEEN OF SCOTS by Antonia Fraser THE SELLING OF THE PRESIDENT, 1968 by Joe McGinness TRAVELS WITH MY AUNT by Grahame Greene COUNTRY-BOY JEANS--A sew-it-yourself fashion that costs less than $7 to make is this pants outfit of "denim blue" cotton duck. Red, white, and blue cotton braid and tassels tr4m the cropped top. Trim, fabric, and Simplicity Pattern 8794 are all at Singer stores where fabrics are sold. Area Merchant To Attend Convention "Music stores may one day become culture centers," says Ruoben Caplan, Presidant of Colonial Music Shops, who, will Jem thousands of other musk retail merchants in Miami Beach, June 6-1, tor me 6tth Annual Music Convention art Cmtm explained Us views while outlining the activities that the National Association of Music Merchants y will conduct at its annual sales art education event. ' "With school budgets tightening, musical tastes broadening, art teaching methods changing art improving so fast, the music store has, by necessity, become more than a retail outlet," says Caplan, 'In addition, group instruction formost instruments is now available to augment private instruction, so larger teacher facilities are invariably needed to meet the demand." The music store can also provide the greatest variety of teaching and instruments, according to Caplan. The Miami Beach Music Exposition will involve clincis on musical kindergartens, in- store class piano and class guitar, instrumental activities available to school systems, and developments in the home console organ market. "Well definitely come back with many new ideas of interest to the musically inclined of Frederick," concluded Caplan. Housewives Can Fight Pollution "American women are among the worst water polluters in the country," Miss Patti Collins, University of Richmond coed and Student Council on Pollution and the Environment (SCOPE) co-chairman, said today. "Many of our lakes and estuaries are literally being choked to death by excessive : algae," Miss Collins said, "and the excessive and destructive algae can be attributable to phosphates in the water. Over half of these phosphites come from the detergents women use." Miss Collins said the Middle Atlantic Region SCOPE - which is a group of students that advise Secretary Hickel and other government officials on environmental matters - had recommended a law prohibiting the addition of phosphorus to detergents. "But it takes time to get a law passed, "she added. '·How- ever, housewives can do something right now. They can use those detergents with the least amount of phosphorus in them. Most women can also use less detergent than is called for in the instructions." The percent of phosphates in each of the major laundry detergents is as follows, according to Federal Water Quality Administration laboratory tests: Salvo - 56.6; Tide - 49.8; Drive - 47.4; Oxydol - 46.6; Bold 45.4; Cold Water All - 45.4; Ajax Laundry - 44.6; Cold Power - 44.6; Punch - 44.2; Dreft - 41.9; Gain - 39.5; Duz 38.3; Bonus - 37.5; Breeze - Cast Is Announced For Historical Pageant Mr. and Mrs. Ronald H. Bufflngton Miss Covell Weds R.H. Buffington The cast art assisting committees have been announced for the forthcoming pageant, -Frederlcktowne 1745-1970" which will be presented in conjunction with the 225th anniversary art Bell and History Days. Written by Joseph P. Turner, the pageant will be given June 11, 12 and 13 at 8 p.m. in Baker Park band shell, admission charge, $1. The cast, some of whom are members of the Frederick Theatre Assoc., in order of appearance, are Charles Price, commeiudUr;JonnStaub and Al Rogers, narrators; Chuck Rhoades as Daniel Dulaney; Ron Greenberg and Mi- Miss Sandy Covell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Covell, Germantown, and Ronald H. Buffington, son of Mrs. Viola E. Stull, RFD 9, Frederick, and the late John E. Buffington ST., were united in marriage May 22. The Rev. G.W. Weiss officiated in the double ring ceremony at the First Baptist Church of Germantown. Mrs. Weiss was organist. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a white satin street length dress, trimmed with white lace, and carried a bouquet of yellow roses. Miss Lenny Covell was maid of honor for her sister, attired in a street length dress of yellow satin. James D. Buffington, Union Bridge, was best man for his brother. Following the ceremony, a GHS Alumnae To Celebrate 73 Milestones The 78th annual reunion and banquet of the Girls' High School Alumnae Association will be held June 15 at 6 p.m. at the Francis Scott Key Hotel. The class of 1920 will celebrate its 50th anniversary, and will have charge of the program. Classes of 1895,1905,1910 and 1915 will be given special recognition. Of the 580 graduates of the high school from 1892-1922, there are still 334 surviving members. Mrs. Dorothy Den* Remsberg is president of the organization. 37.2; Cheer - 36.3; Fab - 34.8; Wisk (liquid) -14.2. Miss Collins suggested that everyone who has to wash clothes experiment to find out which of the low content phosphate detergents would do the job and to find out how little that detergent was really necessary. As a general rule, the harder the water, the more detergent is needed. Most detergent manufacturers, according to Collins, write their directions to apply to the harder waters. A Short Drive To PRIVACY, BEAUTY, AND FINE FOOD (VACATION, TOO) Dine in the treetops at Coolfont's Treetop House in nearby Berkeley Springs, W. Va., and see for yourself why so many people call Coolfont a great vacation place close to home. At Coolfont there are lakes, swimming, fishing (no license needed), boating, tennis, sauna bathing, trailriding. art workshop, evening entertainment, plus furnished chalets ft private campsites for rent. And there's Treetop House, where fine food, treat scenery, and friendly people are found: Drive the easy drive to Berkeley Springs and there take Rt. 9 W % mile and turn kf t for privacy, beauty, fine food at Coolfont's Treetop House. Treetop House now open Fri., Sat., 5 to 9; Sun., noon to 8. Reservations now open for summer vacations in Coolfont's mountains. THE FIRST STEREO CASSETTE PLAYBACK DECK Just plug the Norelco 2500 into the existing system--console or component--and you can enjoy pre-recorded cassettes, too. For under $50. /Vore/t reception was held at the home of the bride's parents. After a honeymoon at the Washingtonian Motel, the couple will reside on a farm in Germantown. The bride is a 1969 graduate of Gaithersburg High School, and is employed as a secretary In a lawyer's office. The bridegroom is a 1965 graduate of Gaithersburg High School, and is engaged in farming. chad Hagis, surveyors; people, Gerrl mfraham, Linda Keilhottz, Charles A. Mauer, Gil Kidron, Sherrie Oppenheim and Florence Guss. Playing the part of John Thomas Schley will be Donald Schley, a direct descendant; BUI Wells as Col. George Washington; Maurice Guss as Ben Franklin; Joe Ignasiak, Gen. Braddock; Delite Atchison, a barmaid; Dick Hageman, wagon driver. .Tudees will be portrayed by Chuck Rhoades, Bill Moore Jr., art Gerald McNitt; Charles A. Mauer as Court Clerk John Darnall; Charles V. Main, sheriff; Otha Barnett, Mr. Kilgore; Richard Runge as the Rev. Pendleton: Bill Moore Jr. as Stonewall Jackson; Mary Ann Lewis, Barbara Fritchie, townspeople, Delite Atchison, Gerri mgraham, Linda Keilholtz, Gil Kidron, Debbie Oppenheim and Michael Oppenheim. Maurice Guss will portray the part of mayor; Aldermen will be Gerald Mcltttt, Caar-, les A. Mauer, Chuck RhonsMJ Richard Runge and BUI Weils;, Dick Hageman, City Clerk; Jos» bjnasiak, MaJ. BraHhwatte; GO! Kidroa as Francis Scott Kay.* The pageant is directed by* Betty Barnett, with Helane Op- penbeim as co-diractor, and produced by Otfaa Barnett. Set designs and construe are by Charles Ross, HpStow- ell, Fred Henson, Paula Abetow, Kathie Curtis art Richard Runge; Kathleen Craven, consultant. m charge of lighting are Dick Henson and Max Keene; sound, Chuck Rhoades and John Staub; Costumes, Delite Atchison, Linda Thomas and Ann Hall; props, Elaine Hagis and Linda Keilholtz; make-up, Gerri Ingraham. Props for the production are by courtesy of Antiques Center at Urbana, Rocking Chair Treasures, Goodwill Industries, Rice's Color Crater and Three Blind Mice. Lighting is courtesy of Hood College. Friday, June 5. 197A page A-7 Miss Annette LaRue Bowman Couple Plans Marriage In August Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Bowman of Woodbine have announced the engagement of their daughter, Annette LaRue, to John Lindsay Moffitt, son of Dr. and Mrs. John Moffitt of Martinsburg, W. Va. Miss Bowman graduated May 30 from Shepherd College, Shepherdstown, W. Va. Mr. Moffitt is a graduate of Perm State College, Pennsylvania, and is currently attending Shepherd College for certification. An August wedding is planned. 14 EAST PATRICK ST. PHONE 663-5153 MEADOWS I THINKING OF 1 MOVING?! Then call in/of the Man from | I I I | Von Storage, Incorporated i Free Estimates cheerfully submitted Moving ... Around the Corner or Around the World/ | I I I I I WE SERVE TO SERVE AGAIN\ ... Since 1946 ' SHOOKSTOWN ROAD. 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