The News from Frederick, Maryland on June 6, 1970 · Page 19
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June 6, 1970

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 19

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THE MEWS, Frederick, Marjrfcal MM «, wm Students Should Start Studies In Summer fin response to number of tpicrtiooB raised about advisability of attending summer school, Dr. Carl H. Mttletaer, Den for Inatroctioaal Services at FrederickCommunttyColkge, stated that there are a great many reasons why students should begin their college program daring the summer. One reason in particular, Dean affttehner stated, was that this will give a student a chance to acquaint himself with the nature of college studies andthedemand placed upon a student. n« also, gives him an opportunity to use the college library under the demanding conditions set by the level of college instruction. Furthermore, students can attempt in a short six weeks session to determine whether or not they have the ability to do college work or the interest. And in a large measure, this is a very good way of testing one's ability. Closely related to mis concept of testing one's self, the Dean stated, was the purpose of lightening a student's load in their first semester. Specifically, a student cm take one or more courses during the summer session and be able to operate with less demands on him In the fall. Most of the summer courses can be transferred to the student's full-time college whether it be at Frederick Community College or another Another positive reasonfor attending summer school is that one can take a preparatory remedial program to make certain mat he can handle and be prepared for college level work. Students who have doubts or questions about summer school TIVOLI I f t S 7 f t » LAST DAY-'THE LOSERS" SUN. MON. "'Loving' ft TUBS. DeMolay Chapter Holds Master Mason Night are encouraged to visit Frederick Community College during registration, June 16th and 17th, and talk to the Counselors who can provide additional information concerning the programs. DRIVE-IN FREDERICK O» Rt.. IM-formerly 34» AND SUNDAY One Stow Start* »:PJ*. TONITE is bitter medicine. An important film." --REX PEED HOLIDAY GEORGE SEGAL EVA MARIE SAINT Enam* P«0uc« RAYMOND WAGNER Sonodiy br DON DEVLIN ProdyM br DON DEVLIN [Vtewd 6, IRVIN KEASHNER · COLOR R U I THEATRE D A M A S C U S , MD. Sat. ft SUB., Jtwe 6 ft 7. lf» DUSUN HOFFMAN IN "Midnight Cowboy" Shows Sat. C:00-8:0440:08 Stows $··. 3:00-5:M-7:«W-9:« * TICKETS * ROCK 'N ROLL CONCERTS JIMI HENDRIX June 13 JANIS JOPLIN June 19 10 YR. AFTER July 11 JOE COCKER July 26 Tickets Available At: B. T. Record Co. 41 8. Market St. 68-0551 HOT CRABS Every Wendesday 7 P.M. AH YM Cn Eat $3.00 P«r $5.00 P~ c^ $3.75* THE HUT MJ AM* DANCE HAWAIIAN NITE CLUB Anita Lee The Diamonds Sat., June 6 9:30 to 12 Reservations Phone 834-7200 SCREAM -AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL ·«« VINCENT PRICE CHRISTOPHER LEE PETER GUSHING "5^ 9 COLOR BY UOVIELAB g · · Plus 2nd Movie-"BORN WILD" ADULT DANCE t to 1 ADMISSION ·!.«· CARL 2DOCS CLUB 355 Slat* Rt. US Swift M*M MMHOcy Mvw Now Appearing In The Anvil Room of THE RED HORSE BOBBY VERNON CHANNEL 25 Hogerstownr Now Available OP Cable TV FREDERICK CABLEVISION 662-6033 DANCE JEFFERSONIAN DEMOCRATIC CLUB Saturday, June 6 Musk 87 DON BIDDINGER Fast Grand Master of Masons in Maryland, Ernest L. Poyner, recently visited the Frederick Delfolay Chapter as guest speaker oo Master Mason Night He was introduced to the Chapter by Graver U Michael who escorted him to the East where lie was received byMasterCbun- eilor Steven Reed. As a former DeMolay and Fast Grand Master brother Poyner spoke on De- Molay and Masonry. Refreshments were served afterwards by members of the Mothers Club. Senior Deacon, Gary Wynkoop, accompanied by Master Councilor, Steven Reed; Senior Councilor, Wayne Blair; Chaplain, Tom Dashiell, Sentinal, Steven Blair, Junior Councilor John Wisner Jr., recently presented the Flower Talk at Lynch Lodge's Ladies night. Also on June 1 Brother Wynkoop accompanied by Master Councilor, Steven Reed; Senior Councilor, Wayne skiing. Picnic supper will be served by members of the Mother's Club. This will also be kick-off time for the Booster Bulletin. Final details will be explained by Senior Councilor Wayne Blair and bis committee. Blair, Chaplain, John Wisner Jr., and Senior Stewart, Richard Beall, presented the Flower Talk before members of Columbia Lodge and were treated afterwards to strawberries and ice cream. Junior Stewart, Richard Beall, Chairman of visitation Committee, recently visited Kensington Chapiter, Bethesda, accompanied by Master Councilor, Steven Reed and Chaplain, John Wisner Jr. Their next visitation is planned for Door to Virtue Chapter, Westminster. Members of the Chapter will hold a Prospect Parly Friday, June 5 at the Frederick YMCA. Officers of the Chapter and State Association will show movies and explain DeMolay to prospective members. Refreshments will be served by members of the Mothers Club. All DeMolay's, Senior DeMolay's, Master Masons and their families are invited and asked to bring along prospective members between the age of 14 and 21 along with their families. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mason have invited the Chapter to Glen Haven, Bakerton, W. Va., on June 6 for an afternoon of fun, swimming, boat riding and water V. F. W. COUNTRY CLUB POST 3285 Friday Night-- Fish Fry Saturday Night DANCE FEATURING BILL KRANTZ 9:30 to 12:30 $1.00 Donation Steamed Shrimp -- 10 For $1.00 Sunday Special -- Reast Beef, $3.25 Members Their Guests Actor Sunny Tufts Dies At Age 58 SANTA MONICA, Ctlif. (AP) -- Sonny Tufts, Boston-born sc- tor who played both cowboys and suave leading-man roles with equal verve, is dead of pneumonia at 58. The blond, tall actor died at St John's Hospital Thursday night. His death was not made public until Friday. Dr. William Bergin, the physician who attended him, said Bowen Charleston Tufts B-his true name-succumbed to a "virulent organism'* that caused him to be hospitalized last Sunday. Tufts, although he never achieved major stardom, was pictured in many movies. He also made news in his private life when he was accused of pinching a 22-year-old woman in a restaurant in 1956. He previously was accused in a court suit of biting a woman's thigh on a yacht Both actions were settled by attorneys. Tufts was the son of a New England financier, banker and utilities magnate. His family accepted his decision to be an individualist Hot-i Steamed ABve By Us 3 BIG FEASTS AD YOB Can Eat To Ladies GAS LANTERN 313 North Market St. DANCE Saturday Nite, June 6 9 t o l Duke Delone The Show Boys TOTS 1 LOUNGE Route 355 Mixed Drinks Admission $1.00 Phone 663-9645 Goad Food FORT HARPERS FERRY, W. VA. Aden. $1.00--Children Under 12 FREE SUNDAY -- MONDAY -- TUESDAY D O L ' B I E F E A T U R E - COUWi WftKMD WARRIORS COLOR WANTED!! FREDERICK HIGH SCHOOL GRADS OF 1965 W* are planning our 5 Year Reunion. Any graduates of F.H.S. Clots of '65', or anyono knowing the whereabouts of gradt, please send name, address and phone number to: RICK BOYER 304 SOUTH JEFFERSON ST. FREDERICK, MARY1AND 21701 PLEASE TRY TO CONTACT US BY JUNE », 1W» URGENT -- NOW PROGRAMS Saturday 3:00--S-Divorce Court 3:30-2-- (C) College Variety Show 5--(C) News 7-C) Call of the West 20--Movie--"The Beast with 1,000.000 Eyes" 4:00--2--(C) Golf Tournament 5-(C)Dalctart 7-(C) Paris 7000 26--Cooking 4:30--9--(C) Variety Show 26-- (C) International Cookbook 5:00--2,9-- (C) Beltnont Stakes 4-(C) Star-time 5-- (C) My Favorite Martian 7--(C) Golf Tournament 8--(C) Porter Wagoner 11--(C)Kerby Scott 13-(C) Wide World of Sports 20--(C) F Troop 26--Sign Language 5:30--5--(C) Mothers-In-Law 8--(C) Golden Voyage 20--(C) Medical Center 26--Bridge 6:00--2--(C) Evening Drama 4--(C) It's Academic 5--I Love Lucy 7--(C) Beyond the Call of Duty 8,9--(C) News 11-- (C) Filibusters 26--Interface 6:30--4,8--(C) News 5-(C)McHaIe'sNavy 7,13--(C) News 9--(C) News 20--Big Valley 26--Folk Guitar 7:00--4--(C) Perspective 5--(C) Dick Van Dyke 7--(C) Porter Wagoner 8--(C) Death Valley Days 9,11--(C) News 13--(C) Movie--"Enchanted Island" 26--Sonia Malkine 7:30--2,9--(C) JackieGleason 4,8,11--(C) Andy Williams 5-- (C) Truth orConse- quences 7--(C) Let's Make A Deal 20--Beat the Clock 26--Something Else 8:00--5--Mitch Miller 7--(C) NewlywedGame 20--HughHeffner 26--William F. Buckley Jr. 8:30--2,9-(C) My Three Sons 4,8,11--(C)Adam-12 7,13--(C) Lawrence Welk 9:00--2,9--(C) GreenAcres 4,8,11--(C) Movie--"For Those Who Think Young" 5--Perry Mason 20--Movie--"The Doll That Took the Town" 26--Rainbow Quest o £!* ON TWO - YEAR CERTIFICATES OF $1,000, INTEREST PAID QUARTERLY E\RMERS AND MECHANICS NATIONAL BANK MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE Chiz Bfodora Myers BiH 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.-Thuni.-FrL-Sat.-San. No Admission--Proper Attire At All Times 9:30--2.9-(C) Petticoat Junction 7,13-(C) ABC News Special 10:00--2,9-(C)Mannix 5-(C) News 26--NET Playhouse 10:30--5--(C) College Variety Show 7--(C)N. Y. P.O. 13--(C) Let's Make A Deal 11:00--2,4,7,8,9,11,13--(C) News 20--Movie--"Carpet of Horror" 11:15--9-- Movie-- Double Feature 11:20--7--Movie-- Double Feature 11:30--2--Movie--Double Feature 4--Movie--(C)' 'The Counterfeit Traitor'' 8--(C) Movie--"Wild River" 13--Movie--"Citizen Kane" 1:00--5--Movie--"Circus of Horrors" 1:30--9--Movie--"My Favorite Brunette" 1:45--13--Movie-- "Double Dynamite" Sunday 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. FT. 355, FREDERICK--PHONE 663-9816 MT. PLEASANT ANNUAL RURffAN (MB CARNIVAL June 6i-h Thru June 13th Proceeds To Be Paid On Carnival Ground Purchased RIDES AND GAMES Country Ham Sandwiches, Fried Chicken, .Hamburger*, French Fries, Cold Drinks, Ice Cream, Etc. ENTERTAINMENT Sat., June 6th--Harmony Band Mon., June 8th--St. John's High School Band Tues., June 9th--Linganore High School Band Wed., June 10th--Parade 7:00 P. M. Walkersville High School Band Thur, June llth--Heartbreaker's (Country Musk) Fri., June 12th--Middletown High School Band Sat., June 13th--Browningsville Band FORT Harpers Ferry, W. Va. -- Adm. $1, CUMrea Uad«r 18 Free FRIDAY - SATURDAY 3 -- BIO SHOWS IN COLOR -- 3 Take the whole farroiy u a happy movie for a change to Jonah Igw TCCHMCOUW* FMOMMRNWMOS Plus 2nd Hit Alto 3rd Hit 10:00--2,9--(C) Lamp Unto My Feet 4--(C) Community Hour 7,13--(C) Fantastic Voyage 8--(C) /ourSenators Report 11--(C) Movie--"Blondie for Victory" 20--Movie--"Mr. Wise Guy" 10:30--2,9-- (C) Look Up and Live 4--(C) Issues 7,13--(C) Spiderman 8--(C) McHale'sNavy 11:00--2,9--(C) Camera Three 4--(C) Topic 5--The City 7,13-- (C) Bullwinkle 8--(C) Sea Hunt 11:30--2,--(C) FacetheNation 4--(C) Dimension Washington 5--(C) Insight 7,13--(C) Discovery 8--(C) Skippy 9--(C) MassforShut-Ins 20--Movie--"Captain January" 12:00--2--Movie--(C) Double Feature 4--(C) Community Tieline 5--(C) Girl From ' U.N.C.L.E. 7--(C) Daisies 8--XC) Cartoonland 9--(C)D.C.News Conference 11--Movie--"The Deadly Companions" 13--(C) Film 12:30--4--(C) Moment With 7--(C) Call of the West 8--(C) Call of the Outdoors 9--(C) FacetheNation 13--(C) From the Top 1:00--4,8--(C) MeetthePress 5--Movie--"Casbah" 7--(C) Close-up 9--(C) Government Story 13--(C) Newsmakers 20--Movie--"Blondie Takes a Vacation" 1:30--4--(C) Eternal Light 7,13--(C) Issues/Answers 8--(C) ParadeofMusic 9--(C) AmateurHour 2:00--4-- (C) Voices 7--(C)DickCavett 8--(C) Championship Bowling 9-- (C) Gilligan's Island 11--(C) Meet the Press 13--(C) Baseball Pre- GameShow 2:25-13--(C) Baseball Orioles Vs. Brewers 2:30--4--(C) YOU! 9--(C) Young People's Concert 11--(C) Visual Girl 20--Movie--"Kiss the Blood off My Hands" 3:00--4--(C) Meeting of the Minds 5--Movie--"The Damned Don'tCry" 8--(C) Baseball Phillies vs. Astros 11-- (C) You and the Law 26--NET Playhouse 3:30--2,9- (C) Track Meet 4-- (C) (Georgetown Forum 7-- (C) Doodletown Pipers 11--(C) Hazel 4:00--4--(C)Startime 11--Danny Thomas 4:30--2,7--(C) Golf Tournament 9--(C) NFL Action 11--(C) College Bowl 20--BigValley 26--French Chef 5:00--4--(C) It's Academic 5--(C) Movie--"Three Sailors and a Girl" 9--(C) Laurel and Hardy 11--Man on the Move 13--(C) Movie--"Man WithoutaStar" 28-NET Festival 5:30--4,«,H-- (C) In Which We Live 9--(C) Seven Days 20--Hawaii Five-O 6:00--2--(C) News ' 4,8-(C) Frank McGee 7--(C) Death Valley Days 9,11--(C) News 6:30-2-(C) Death Valley Days 4.8-(C) College Bowl 7,13--(C) News 9--(C) News 11--Sunday Supplement 20--Movie--"Stanley and Livingstone" 7:00-2.9-(C) Lassie 4,8--(C) Wild Kingdom 5--(C) Spotlight 7--(C) Land of the Giants ll-(C) Rap-In 13--(C) Drugs 7:30--2,9-- (C) To Rome 4,8,11--(C) Disney 8:00--2,9--(C) EdSullivan 5--(C) Barbara McNair 7,13--(C) FBI 26--The Show 8:30--4,8,11--(C) Bill Cosby 20--Boat Race 9:00--2,9--(C) Glen Campbell 4,8,11--(C) Bonanza 5--Perry Mason 7,13--(C) Emmy Awards 26--Forsyte Saga 9:30-20-Wrestling 10:00--2,9--(C) Mission: Impossible 4,8--(C) BoldOnes 5--(C) News 11--(C) Fabulous Sixties 26--Advocates 10:30-5--Movie-- "The Bride CameC.O.D." 11:00--2,4,7,8,9,11,13--(C) News 11:20--7--Movie--"The Canadians' 11:30--13--Movie--"All Quiet on the Western Front" Monday 9:30--2--(C) News 4--(C) It's Your Bet 5--(C) Truth or Consequences 10:00-2-(C) ToTelltheTruth 4,8-- (C) ItTakesTwo 5--(C) American West 9-(C) Lucille Ball 13--Mo vie--' 'The Lawless Breed" 10:30--2,9-(C) Hillbillies 4,8,11--(C) Concentration 5-(C) Steve Allen 7--(C) TheNowWomen 11:00--2-- (C) Peyton Place 4,8--(C) Sale/Century 7-(C) Girl Talk 9-(C) Andy Griffith 11--(C) Galloping Gourmet 20--Jack LaLanne ll:31-2,9-(C) LoveofLife 4,8,11--(C) Hollywood Squares 5--Queen for A Day 7,13--(C) ThatGirl 20--Our Gang 12:00--2,9-(C) Where the Heart Is 4,8,11--(C) Jeopardy 5-- (C) Panorama 7,13--(C) News 20--Romper Room 12:30--2,9--(C) Search forTo- morrow 4,11--(C) Who, What or Where 7,13--(C) WorldApart 8--(C) Noonday on 8 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--' 'The Stranger" 1:30-2,9-(C) AsThe World Turns 4,8--(C) Linkletter 7,13--(C) Let's Make A Deal 11--At Home in Maryland 2:00--2,9-- (C) Love Is A Many Splendored Thing 4,8,11--(C) Days of Our Lives 5--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 »-(C) Movie Game 7--(C) Dating Game Rocking Chair Theatre HOLIDAY CINEMA On BaughinaB Now at 5:10 - 7:2* * 9:M The girl knew about the wife... the wife knew about the girl... it was all part of the arrangement. kazarisUDUR .'SPAPERf

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