The News from Frederick, Maryland on September 6, 1967 · Page 14
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The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 14

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Page 14 THE NEWS, Frederick, Maryland Wednesday. September 6, 1%7 TO KACE -- Shady Lady, currently ons of the top ten racing pony mares in the United Statss and one-time holder of the world's record for racing mares, is shown with her owner driver, William L. Swomley of Lewistown. Local Civil Air Patrol Squadron Sponsor Pony Trot Races Sunday against gravity, lifting ,,«..g ..j, for example. Isometrics employ exertion of muscles against stationary objects, Keller explained. i Isotonic exercises require frequent repetition of time-consum- 1 ing drills to be effective. Iso- nietrics do not force muscles to consume energy from sur- 1 rounding fat, drawing it rather from the blood stream. But, with a combination of these programs the muscle is forced to consume fat energy and be strained much more quickly than with isotonics alone. Keller pointed out that physical fitness is not determined by the bulk or strength of muscles. Heart and respiratory power and endurance must also be developed and the endurance and flexibility of the muscles must a'so be considered, he conclud- od. Plans for the annual Kiwanis Auction to be held at the Frederick Fairgrounds Saturday vere discussed bv first vice president Donald C. Linton. Guests were Col. Gil Neady nnd Buzz Langan. that period in American life when steam was used as the :nost important source of pow- t i . Officials for the shov z~'"l thnt the Farm Museum will not be '·losed during the four days and tours will be conducted as usual. Admission for the exhibit will be free and free parking will be available Pony trotting races, sponsored by the Frederick Civil Air Patrol Squadron, are scheduled Sept. 10 at Mountainview Pony Raceway. The races, which begin at 1 p.m., will include free-for-all t-'ot, free-for-all-pace, .ime bars a n d children's race. C a s h prizes will be offered. The Commanding Officer of tne Frederick' CAP, Maj. Alfred C. Denn, said, "Although Civil Air Patrol is an aviation organization and pony racing is not generally associated with CAP activities, we do have a twofold interest in t'ie races at Frederick. "First, by sponsoring this event, we hope to contribute to ttie availability of wholesome, i;mily activities in Frederick County. "Further, CAP is a non-profit, self-supporting service-organization our aerospace education and search and rescue programs are financed by lund- rising activities within the community and the proceeds from tiie races will be used for this purpose." Some of the top trotters in the country including Shady Lady and Frederick's own Pony Vista, will be entered. She is owned and driven by William L. Swomley of Lewistown, Md. Shady Lady is currently one of the top 10 racing mares in the United States. Swomley will also race Miss Twilight and Russet, two well known ponies in racing circles. Mrs. Shirley Beheler of Fred- crick has entered Pony Vista's Miss Gerry, a recent winner in nrea racing. From the Hagerstown area, William Byers' Jack O 'Diamonds and Wacahu Mr. Lucky jnd Russ Ebersole's Scotch and Soda are among the ponies that have been entered in the race. Entries have been received from stables as far away as New York and North Carolina. The Civil Air Patrol will oper- p(e a food concession at the track. Kiwanis Hear New Approach To Exercise New time-saving approaches to physical fitness for busy peo- p'e were discussed by the Meri cersburg (Pa.) Military Academy head football coach at the Kiwanis Club's weekly luncheon :neeting Tuesday. Robert P. Keller, black belt ; judo and karate expert, told Ki- wanians that man has created a monster in automation which has relieved man of 97 per cent of the labor done today. Only 100 years ago, man was doing 93 per cent of the labor : nd was therefore much more physica'ly fit than he is today, Keller said. In addition, many people today do not have time or make time for adequate exercises. But Keller said, recent developments in exercising have ena- hled man to ^et more out of loss time spent exercising than ever before. In a combined program of isotonic and isometric exerciser man can reduce by at least half the time needed to stay physically fit. Isotonic exercises are those Evening Classes Registration Set Registration for the evening high school program will con- 'inue today at Governor Thomas Johnson High School. Students who were enrolled last year or who have already expressed an interest, need not t'ome to this registration. Classes will begin on September 18. Further information can be gotten at the Board of Education at 662-4191. Antique Show A collection of steam engines, jntique farm equipment, antique cars and gasoline engines will be part of the annual Mason-Dixon Historical Steam Society show which opens Thursday. The show will be held for the first time at the Carroll County Farm Museum and will run through Sunday, Sept. 10. Entertainment in the form of live demonstrations, contests and bands in the evening will begin each day at noon and continue until 9:30 p.m. The William F. Myers band will entertain Thursday night and the Alesia Band is slated lo orovide the music on Friday while Gil and the Plainsmen are booked to entertain on Saturday. The society has planned a chicken barbecue for Saturday ;fternoon and evening and refreshments will be available at all times. The society, founded in 1963, is composed of a group of indi- Grove Reunion At Shookstown Descendants of the late Daniel R. and Sally J. Grove hel'i a reunion at the horne of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Shafer in Shouks- town on Aug. 27. A basket lunch was served to the following: Mr. and Mrs. Harry B.Grove, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Fog'e. Mr. and Mrs. Lerry Fogle, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Fogle, Mr. and Mrs. John Zimmerman, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Harsher, Keith Harsher, Mr. and M r - . Lin wood Baker, John a:id Melanie Baker, Mr. and M s John David Zimmerman, Mark Zimmerman. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Shafer, Mr. and Mis. George Shafer, Mr. and M« Paul Shafer, Cynthia, Sally and Steven Shafer, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shafer, Alela and Connie Shafer, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Grove- Mr, and Mrs. Clyde Grove, Mr and Mrs. James Grove, Julie Ann Grove, Mr. Frank Mart 7 ,, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Gro\ _ Allen Grove, Mr. Philip Grov, Miss Sandy Miller, David G*ov\ John Grove, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Dinterman, Lynnie Dinto- man, Mr. and Mrs. Dudtcv. Wright, Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Nurses Attend Church Services Members of the 1C 87 graduating class of Frederick Memorial Hospital attended services Sunday morning at the All Saints' Episcopal Church in Frederick. Th° students attended as r group was honored at the service. This is the next-to-b.^ graduating class at the hospital nursing school. Those attending were Dana Ann Caprarol, Peggy Janstt Fleagle, Rebecca Arlene Houck, Linda Kathleen Miller, Terry Paulette Moss, Ruby Martha Murray, Teresa Guyton S v iaf~'- Judith F'oole Stimmel, and Jerry L. Swauger. Miss Elizab°t'- Derr and P. David Youngdahl, hospital officials, also attended wuh the graduates. AUCTION TUESDAY, SEPT. 12th ONE OF MARYLAND'S MOST IMPORTANT REAL ESTATE SALES FIRST TWO SALES AT 9:30 A. M. ON L A K E POTOMAC PROPERTY 209 ACRES I N POTOMAC, M A R Y L A N D Known as Lake Potomac property, it is located just 4 miles west of the city of Potomac on River Road in an area surrounded by fine homes. Property surrounds 75 acre tract under supervision of Md. Nat. Capital Park Planning Commission. Divided into 89 lots of 2 acres and up and offered subdivided as a whole. Rough grading on 14 lots, sewer and water on property. Rolling scenic land near Potomac River, ideal for exclusive homes. Assof. Broker J. IS. (iihson Jr. - K. K. Ontral Hcthcsda. Md. -- Thorn- fr»7-'!l50 16 HOMESITE LOTS H I R N I N C TREE SUBDIVISION Located in Bethesda, Md. on Belt Parkway 1-495 less than 5 miles from Washington, D. C. In a fine resi- dential development of high priced homes close to Burning Tree Country Club. Lots range from 15 to 20,000 square feet with exception of two which are 2.5 acres each to be sold separately or as a whole. Two lots would make ideal country or swimming club in this well-built up residential area. F O L L O W I N G .5 SALES AT 2:30 P.M S A L E TO HE H E L D IN Hallroom, Francis Scott Key Hotel, Frederick, Md. 200 ACRE HILLCREST ORCHARDS Located only 1 mile west of Frederick, Md., easily corn- mutable, 1 mile from Intersection of Int. 70 and U. S. AC., 45 mi. from Washington. Comp'ete plans for development of entire area available for shopping center, apts., homesites. Surrounded by fine homes, property has about 2,000 feet on U.S. 40, 3,000 ft. on Butterfly Lane. Commercially zoned. To Be Offered In Tracts. FRANCIS SCOTT KEY HOTEL Historic landmark hotel in center of Frederick, Md., with famous cutsine and gracious service. Used by all Frederick civic c'ubs for meetings. 157 rooms, 2 ele- vator*, air conditioning, several restaurants,, gift shop. On tract approx. 144' on W. Patrick, 118' on N. Court St. large parking area. Well maintained, profitable operation. To be offered at going business, real ·state or stock control interest. Entire Commerce Block In Heart Of Frederick. Md, FRANCIS SCOn KEY PLAZA Located diagonally across W. Patrick St. from hotel it 130,000 sq. ft. block with 8 commercia buildings and large parking area. Ideal investment for development at 1 acre city parking area adjoint it to the rear. Has 347 ft. frontage on W. Patrick and straleg- ieolly located in center of downtown Frederick en main highway. Properties will be offered separately and at a whole. Write Or Call For Detailed Brochure TERMS AVAILABLE BROKER PARTICIPATION INVITED LIST YOt R PROPERTY WITH I'S J. L. Todd Auction Co. 531 Rrond St.. Romp, Ga. Tel. 2.14-1656 Licensed -- Bonded -- Insured Men still make passes at gir's ·A ho wear glasses -- and protective eyewear does not detract from a person's appearance. I QUALITY FOODS AT LOW PRICES! 'CARMACK SUPERMARKET 331 N. Market St., Open 8 A. M. To 9 P. M. Monday Thro Saturday FREE!! ONE HALF GALLON OUR VALUE ICE CREAM WITH PURCHASE OF 7.50 OR MORE Excluding Cigarettes Fair Trade Items -- Offer Expires September 9th. DELMONICO STEAKS »'l 69 DUNCAN HINES ANGEL FOOD CAKE MIX 14V2-oz. box N A B I S C O SUGAR WAFERS 9%-oz. box DEL MONTE \VHOI, E SPICED PEACHES I*'. ."£ 47c IJEL i»iONTE SLICED PINEAPPLE " b "::45c CANTAUn I'E, HONEY DEW OR WATERMELON PICKLE ""I: 43c H E L L . M A V S R E A L MAYONNAISE ' ?. 69c \-A. .WOlM'ri CATSUP 2't£49c! ( lioSSri B L A C K W E L L GUAVA JELLY °" 37c l i i 1CH (.OLD : PURE HONEY %';39c SI N S H I N E " 39c COCONUT BARS A'.:isco WAVERLY WAFERS lu T35c GOLD MEDAL WONDRA FLOUR 5 75c nUl.1,1 \»OUL) SOY OIL ^49c Hfc/ITY CROCKER SAFFLOWER OIL I ' L A M E R S SALTED MIXED NUTS PLANTER'S DRY ROASTED CASHEWS '* 79c BRACH'S CHOC. COVERED BRIDGE MIX 1 ! 1 59c . E v , INS i AM (ASST'D.) BAR-TENDER MIX C A N A D A D R Y GINGER ALE I H A - K III BATH SOAP 2 bag 2-oz. pkg. 7Va-o«. JQ / T C 6 10-oz. f*m btl.ctn. 0/C LIBBY'S MINTED PINEAPPLE CHUNKS 15 1 /4-oz. can 27 LAND O'LAKES CREAMERY BUTTER '4-lb. prints Ib. 79 EBERT'S OR SEALTEST ICE CREAM All Flavors 1 / 2 Gal. Ctn. 99 MINUTE MAID FROZEN ORANGE JUICE 2 12-oz. cans 75 I . M F K R I A L SOFT MARGARINE ::, 47c K . M l l A S S ^ , I l i K . v i . O R SKALTEST FRESH MILK t± 56c I . U . N . M ^ OR l i i . i K R I B 1 J O N FRESH BREAD " b '::, 35c ARNOLD'S DINNER ROLLS lY,'69c L i l l l . K i ; K h H l E (ASST'D) DELIGHTS ., Bk ,' 2 49c , oi'ES I RO/EN "L 01 ' d^f DO" tW% V FRO/EN WHITE CORN P I Z Z A With Cheese box 55C S EYE SELECTS STRAWBERRIES EE LAYER CAKES '.£ 75c HONEY D E W S EXTRA LARGE «TM 59 C lEWSPAPERt K THURSDAY'S PAPER FOR ADDITIONAL SPF.CIALS! Quantity Right* Reserved--Prices Kffectlve Thru Saturday. Sept. 9, 1%7 _TM. NEWSPAPER!

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