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Frederick, Maryland
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Monday, June 8, 1970
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/ THE NEWS, Frederick, Maryland JMM », If!* PagtiM* Dancers To Retarded Over 100 at the students of Tom's Dance Studio* in Frederick and Brunswick, will perform in a dance revue at Governor Thomas Johnson High School Sunday, June 14, at 3:00 p.m. They are dancing to raise money for retarded children of Frederick County. The proceeds of the ticket sales will be used to purchase things needed to help retarded children learn to help themselves. These studios presented a recital last year in Frederick and raised over $800 for the children. Featured in the recital will be two numbers that werepresented in the Shenandoah Apple Blossom Pageant in Winchester, Va. One of these, pictured above, is the Irish Jig. A variety of dances will be presented including tap, modern jazz, acrobatics, ballroom, baton, ballet, and musical comedy. Students from the dance classes of the Loudoun County Recreation Department, of which Thomas Waters is Dance Director, will be performing in the recital along with mothers from the adult classes held in Frederick and Brunswick. Waters feels that the Retarded Children's Association is a very worthy organization, and he plans to donate one lesson a week to those children who are eager to learn so that they may learn to express themselves through the medium of dance. Irish Jiggers Brute Council KG Honors Official Brute Council I860 Knights of Columbus hosted a reception May 30 for Supreme Knight, John McDevitt, and Mrs. McDevitt at the Council Home in Emmitsburg. On May 31, McDevitt spoke at the Commencement exercises of Mount Saint Mary's College. At the reception McDevitt gave a short talk after personally greeting all in attendance. Gifts were then exchanged and refreshments served. Dignitaries and their wives attending the reception included: Supreme Knight John McDevitt; State Deputy Frank Heiner, State Secretary Charles Zeunges, State Warden Paul Keepers, Vice Supreme master 4th Degree, Calvert Province. John Bauren- schub, M. D. Gilligan, D.D.S.. P.S.D., F.M., District Deputy John Sabotor, Grand Knight Paul Report Frederick Memorial Hospital MAY 28 JUNE 4 f Mr. and Mrs. Walter Baker Jr., RFD 5, first child, a son, James Curtis, Thursday. Mrs. Baker is the former Bonnie Lidie, Frederick. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn H. Dayhoff, RFD 1, Walkersville, second child, first daughter, Betsy Michele, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Walker, Fort Detrick, fourth child, third son, Clint Eugene, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. William T. Gibson, RFD 1, Adamstown, second child, second son, Marco Terrell, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Michael W. Baer, RFD 9, first child, a son, Michael Wayne Jr., Sunday. Mrs. Baer is the former Ronetta Sue Bolyard, Rowlesburg, W. Va. Mr. and Mrs. William F. Lee Jr,, RFD 1, Thurmont, second child, first son, William Franklin in, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert N. Trout, RFD 2, Thurmont, first child, a son, Paul, Monday. Mrs. Trout is the former Anita King, New Carrollton. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Putney, 506 N. Market St., second child, first son, Jamie Frederick, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur M. May, RFD 3, fourth child, third son, Hank Ray, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. John J. Kee, RFD 1, Mt, Airy, sixth child, fourth son, John Raymond, Tuesday. , Mr. and Mrs. Larry G.Santee, Chestnut Grove Rd.» fourth child, first son, Luke Gerard, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. James Kaiser, 7 *?.ast Patrick St., first child, a daughter Kimberly Jean, Wednesday. Mrs. Kaiser is the former Patricia Staley, Frederick. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Moore, LeGore, first child, a son, Ricky Thomas, Wednesday, Mrs. Moore is tlie former Norma Jean Dills- worm, Oakland. Mr. and Mrs.* Thomas Kefauver Jr., 233 East 6th. St., first child, a daughter, Christina Ann, Wednesday. Mrs. Kefauver is the former Melinda Smith, Frederick. Mr. and Mrs. Edward E. Garner RFD 5, Lucky's Trailer Ct., second child, second son, John William, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. John R, Johnson, 1015 B Stark St., Fort Detrick, fourth child, third daughter Beth Ellene, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. John W. Knill, 311 Queen St., second child, first son, William Edward, Thursday. GROOVY ,GROWNniFS Mackrell, Pangborn Council 1365, Hagerstown; Grand Knight Kenneth Martin, Bishop McNamara Council 1622, Frederick; Grand Knight Eugene Rosensteel, Brute' Council 1860, Emmitsburg. F9 U · THE AT PL D A M A S C U S . MD. Monday, June «, 1»« DUSTIN HOFFMAN IN "Midnight Cowboy" Shows 7:15-9:19 CRABS Hot-Spiced Steamed AMve By Us 3 BIGJFEASTS AD Ton Caa Eat Than. * Frl- ft *a.--*3 cpl. Sat. Ladl«s f 5c Suds To Ladies GAS LANTERN 313 North Market St. HOT CRABS Every Wendesday 7 PJtf. 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Tower is the former Sue Updike, Silver Spring, BIRTHDAY PARTY Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Joy, near Point of Rocks, and Mr. and Mrs. James (Bud) Shores, Brunswick, visited recently with Vtrs. Joy's daughter and son- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Oil- low and daughters, Tana and Tonda, at Woodville, Ohio. While in Ohio, Mr. Shores was guest of honor at a birthday party given by the Billows. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Shores, Mir. and Mrs. Joy, Mr. and Mrs. Dillow and daughters, Mr, and Mrs. Bud Stillweli, Marvin Demory, Mike Rice, Mr. and Mrs. toward Frederick and Judy and Donnie, and Mr. and Mrs. John Dixon. POTAL AGREEMENT The United Nations Post Office is run by UJS. postal workers but, by agreement, is permitted to use United Nations stamps. CHANNEL 25 Hagerstown Now Available On Cable TV FREDERICK CABLEVISION 662-6033 USE OUR SILVKM CLUB PLAN M i iL 9 SOUTH MARKET ST. 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TREASURE LOUNGE TORTUGA RESTAURANT East of Hagerstown .(OFFICE). 3 00--2 9-- (C) Secret Storm 4,8,11--(C) Another World/ Bay City 5-(C) He Said 1 She Said 1 7--(C) General Hospital 20--Ultra Man 3 30--2,9-(C) Edge of Night 4,8--(C) BnghtPromise 5--(C) Strange Paradise 7,13--(C) One Life to Live 11--(C) HeSaid 1 SheSaid' 20--Eighth Man 4 00--2,5-(C)Flmtstones 4,8,11--(C) AnotherWorld/ Somerset 7,13--(C) Dark Shadows 9--(C) Corner Pyle 20--Little Rascals 26--Sesame Street 4 30-2--Movie--(C) "TheCharge atFeatherRiver" 4--(C) Movie--"The Sound and the Fury" 5-(C) I Spy 7--(C) Major Adams 8,13--(C) David Frost 9--(C) Laurel and Hardy 11--Perry Mason 20--Speed Racer 5 00-9--(C) TheSamt 20--Batman 26--Misterogers 5 30--5--My Favorite Martian 7,11--(C) News 20--Munsters 26-What'sNew 6 00-4,8,9,13--(C) News 5--I Love Lucy 7--(C) News 11--(C) Duckpmsand Dollars 20--(C) Lost in Space 26--World We Live In 6 30--2--(C) News 4811--(C) News 5--McHale's Navy 7--(C) Game Game 13--(C) News 26--Folk Guitar 7 00--2,411,13--(C) News 5--Dick Van Dyke 7--(C) What's My Line' 8--(C) Truth orConse- quences 9--(C)News 20-- Addams Family 26--Newsroom 7 30--2,9--(C) Gunsmoke 4,811--(C) My World 5--(C) Truth or Consequences 7 13--(C) JacquesCousteau 20--Beat the Clock 8 00-4 8 11-(C) Laugh-In 5-- (C) To Tell the Truth 20--Boat Race 26--World Press 8 30--2,9--(C) Here's Lucy 5--(C) David Frost 7 13--(C) Movie--"Came" 9 00--2,9--(C) Mayberry 4,8 11--(C) Movie--"I Walk Alone" 20--Movie--"Black Patch' 26--NET Journal 9 30--29--(C) DonsDa 10 00--29--(C) Carol Burnett 5--(C) News 26--NET Playhouse 10 30--7 13--(C) Now 11 00--24,7.8,9.11,13--(C) News 5--Movie--"Then There WereThree" 11 30--9_Movie--"Portrait in Terror" Tuesday 9 30--2--(C) News 4 -- ( C ) l t sYourBet 5--(C) TrulhorConse- quences 10 00--2-- (C)ToTelltheTruth 48-(C)ItTakesTwo 5--(C) American West 9--(C) Lucille Ball 13--(C) Movie--"Devil s Doorway' 10 30-2 9-(C) Hillbillies 4,8 11--(C) Concentration 5--(C) Steve Allen 7--(C) The Now Women 11 00--2--Peyton Place 4 8-(C) Sale/Century 7-(C) Girl Talk 9-- (C) Andy Griffith 11--G jllopmg Gourmet 20-Jack LaLanne 11 30--2.9-- (C) Love of Life 4.8 II--(C) Hollywood Squares 5-- Queen fora Day 7,13--(C) That Girl 20-OurGang 12 00-2 9-(C) Where the Heart Is 4,8.11--(C) Jeopardy 5-- (C) Panorama 7 13-- (O News 20--Romper Room 12 30--2 9-C) Search for Tomorrow 4.11-tO Who. What or · Where 7.13--(C) World Apart 8--(C) Noonday on 8 1 99--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--' 'T he Woman in the Window" 1 30--2,9--(C) As The World Turns 4.8-- (C) Linkletter 7,13--(C) Let's Make a deal h 11--Man on the Move 2 00--2,9--(C) Love Is a Many Splendored Thing 4.8,11--(C) Days of Our 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--Movie Game 7--(C) Dating Game 2:P.M. 79 1W01I TODAY TOMORROW GEORGE SEGAL EVA MARIE SAINT STARTS WED\ESD\Y "THE HEROINE SPENDS AS MUCH TIME STARK-NAKED AS ANY PERFORMER SINCE'FLIPPER' 1 without The Rocking Chair Theatre HOLIDAY CINEMA Good news for our patrons Baughman's Lane is finally finished and open ail the way from Patrick Street to Rosemont Avenue. It's a new road and vastly enlarged and so is our free parking area! TODAY TOMORROW at 5:10-7:20 £9:30 STARTS WEDNESDAY The most electrifying ritual ever seen! AtMOIONALOftNIIMLncrUIUB A CINEMA CEHTI* FILMS SPAPLRl

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