The News from Frederick, Maryland on June 9, 1970 · Page 7
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The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 7

Frederick, Maryland
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Tuesday, June 9, 1970
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THE NEWS, Frederick, Maryland TM*iajr. JVM f, If* Page A-7 PROGRAMS WFMD-AM-Mttkc (Monday through Friday) CBSNewsonl»ur,newsheaclliiiesat:35 5-7a.m.-HappyJo)inny (Country and Western music) 5:» ANewDay (devotional) 6: 25a.m.-- First Line Report (CBS) 6: 35 a.m.-- Weather Roundup 74»a.m.-TonunyGrunwell; 7:24DonSpatz- 7:55 Comm '«*y News; «:00-CBS World News »: 3*-ll a.m.-- Gary Kirtley; 9:44-- Coffee Break I1: W-TuneForHealth (CBS) 11: IS-Artbur Godfrey Time (CBS) ; 12: 30-Weather Roundup 1-3 p.m.-Al Rogers; 1:30-- Mid-Day Report. CBS l:»-MikeWallaceAtLarge (CBs'HSSS (CBS) Mf ^"7? lm ,l! tus: 3: »-Reasoiier Report (CBS) 4:»-WalterCronkite (CBS); 4:54-Cormnunit y News i ) n d e t s R e p o r t (CBS ' 6 W-L (CBS ' 6 6: 45-Lowell Thomas (CBS) : 7: 00-The World Tonight (CBS) ; 7:20-FrankGiffordSportr 7: 30-Tne Minority Report (CBS) II: SS-- Be Still and Know (devotional) Baltimore Oriole Broadcasting Schedule Tues., June 9, 7-55 p.m.-- Balto. vs. California Wed., June 10, 7- 55 p.m --Balto. vs. California Thurs., June 11, 7- 55 p.m.-- Balto vs. California Fit. June 12, 7 55 p m --Balto. vs. Oakland Sat., June 13, 7 55 p.m --Balto. vs. Oakland Sun., June 14, 1.55 p.m --Balto. vs. Oakland WFRE-FM-STEREO 99.9 me (Monday through Friday) Music for young adults and «roo\ j grow n-ups 5-9 a.m.-- Gary Kirtley 9-12 p.m.-- Sharon Snyder 12-6 p.m.-- Dick . Hageman 6-Midnight-- Jitp Thompson 11: 55 p.m.-- Be Still and Know (devotional) News at: 25 and: 55 6:25p.m (Thursday)-- "In Focus" with Richard Lebherz WMH1-AM 1370kc (Mondaj through Friday) 6 a.m.-- Sign-on-Metromedia news on the hour " 6-10 a.m.-- Music with Al Soper, featunng the news, weather and sports at 600, 6.20, 700, 7:30, 800, 830, 9' 00, 930, 10:00, 1030 and 11:00; Jimmy Dean Show-- Monday and Wednesday only-6:30, Don Spa tz Show-- 7. 35 a m 10:05-- Bess Myerson, 10.10 a.m to 11:15 am.-- 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, featunng news at 12:00, 12:30, 1:00, 1:30, 2.00, 2.30, 3:00, 3:30 and 3:55 Betsy Palmer-- 1: 25p.m. 3-00 pm.-- 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 ,.nd 4- 30. Sign Off-- June 8 45 p m Wilson, featuring news and 6:00. 6.30, 7:00, 7.30 and PLAN FOR SHOW--Lawrence Hoffman, left, Adamstown, is shown with his grandson, Billy Titus, looking over an old four horsepower Leader gasoline engine with iron wheels, that will be on display at the annual Carroll Manor Steam Festival which will be held at the Carroll Manor School on August 1. The festival which will be open for the public from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. will also feature an antique automobile show with over 40 cars expected to be on display. NEW LIEUTENANT -- James C. Coolbaugh of the U.S. Naval Unit, Fort Detrick, receives the insignia of his new rank of Lieutenant in the Navy's Medical Service Corps from Capt. Herbert G. Arm, the Unit's Commanding Officer, and Lt. Coolbaugh's wife, the former Barbara J. Dorr of Wayne, Pa. Lt. Coolbaugh is a microbiologist with the Naval Unit and recently has been on assignment to the National Aeronautics and Space Administration for the decontamination of the prime recovery helicopter on the Apollo 11, 12 and 13 recovery missions. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth K. Coolbaugh of Rosemont, Pa. Entering the Navy in 1966, after graduation from California State College, Long Beach, Calif., he attended Basic Training at Great Lakes 111., and Officer Candidate School at Newport, R. I., receiving his commission in 1967. (U. S. Army Photo) MT. PLEASANT ANNUAL RDRITAN CLIIB CARNIVAL June 6th Thru June 13th Pneeefe To Be Paid Om Canlval Grant RIDES AND GAMES Ctantry Han Saaewkbe* Fried CUekca, .Buufti Fret** Friet, CM Drbriu. lee dream, Efe. ENTERTAINMENT Sat., June 6th--Harmony Band Mon., June 8th--St. John's High School Band Tues., Jane 9th--Linganore High School Band Wed., Jane 10th--Parade 7:00 P. M. Walkenvilte High School Band Than* June llth--Bobby Fritz and the Heartbreaker's (Country Music) Frl* June 12th--MMdtetown High School Band Sat., June 13th---BrowningsvUle Band Beallsville Mrs. G. Best Linthicum Correspondent Beallsville, lid. 20704 Mrs. Charles W. Fritz, vice president, conducted the May meeting of the Ladies' Auxiliary to the Upper Montgomery County Volunteer Fire Department at the Beallsville Fire House. The Auxiliary held a bake sale at the Square at the foot of Sugar Loaf Mountain, between Comus and Dickerson, on Sunday, June 7, beginning at 1 p.m. Items included cakes, cookies, pastries, eggs, jellies, pickles and other goodies. Members .planning to attend the annual Maryland State Firemen's convention in Ocean City in June are Mrs. Fritz, delegate, and Mrs. Ward A. Fulton and Mrs. G. Best Linthicum, alternates. The next regular meeting will be changed from the fourth Tuesday to June 30. Mr. and Mrs. John Osborne, Elmer School Road, nearPooles- ville, who were seriously injured when struck by lightning while seeking protection under an oak tree during a storm on May 23, have now returned home from Suburban Hospital in Bethesda. Miss Rebecca Learoan, Germantown postmistress, has been patient at Suburban Hospital. Mrs. Elsie Lambert of Poolesville has been a medical patient at Frederick Memorial Hospital. Dr. Rodger W. Williams, Poolesville, who observed his 85th birthday on May 23, has been a patient at Frederick Memorial. Ellen Fulton, 13year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Fulton, Ellicott City, who was seriously injured in an automobile accident on Mother's Day, has now returned home from St. Ag- ·nes Hospital in Baltimore. Her anxious grandparents, the Ward A. Fultons of Beallsville, have been spending time with the family. The Rev. George B. Reid, St. Mary's Catholic Church in Barnesville, was host to the clergy and their wives in this area of Upper Montgomery County at a recent dinner at Meadow Lark Inn in Poolesville honoring the Rev. Richard A. Waiters, pastor of Dickerson United Methodist Church. Mr. Walters is leaving Dickerson soon for another charge. Night in the Country" on Friday night, June 12. Square dancing at 9:30 p.m. and a country auction at 8:15 p.m. will highlight the festivities at KipUnger*s home, "Montevideo," on River Road atSeneca. Other activities will be the "Happy Hour" and Country Store at 6 and the Steamship Round, revival hour, at 7:15. Admission is by ticket only, which must be purchased before the June 8 deadline. This is a fun party, informal and gay, and tickets are limited to 400. Come do-ce-do in the big barn to the calling of Claude Embry. Emmert Bowlus is auctioneer. For further information call Mrs. Walter Prichard, 948-5531, or Mrs. Frank Kadie, 948-7976. RWRC's slogan is "IPs Your Country. Keep it Clean-Govern it Well." If you were a Senior Citizen attending the recent annual dinner hosted by the Poolesville Memorial United Methodist Church for members and neighbors 65 and older, you found have more fun! At least the more than 60 present knew how to savor and appreciate the good home cooking. Members of the United Methodist Youth Fellowship deserve special mention for the decoration of tables and Spurrier Hall in original and beautiful style. He-ribboned May poles centered the tables, and hand-fashioned paper flowers were given the ladies. Following the turkey dinner the guests moved to the sanctuary for a spiritual nour. Here it was easy to tell from the singing response to well known hymns that TV Doctor Show Series, 7?oom 222' Top Emmys Mr. and Mrs. H. Dunbar Darby attended a concert recently at Lackey High School at Indian Head. Selected band students from five counties and the District of Columbia numbered 76. The Darby's son, Doug, who plays the clarinet, was chosenfromthe Poolesville High School Band to join the others in the District 22-C Lions internalionalpresen- tation at the school. Most children enjoy attending Daily Vacation Bible School. The Poolesville Memorial United Methodist Church has scheduled their annual one for June 22 through July 3. Leaders are requesting round oatmeal boxes for projects. The Rural Women's Republican Club is sponsoring a "Saturday they recobnized and were glad that not all of the old order changeth! The Rev. Hayden L. Sparks, pastor of Memorial, introduced the guests and awarded special prizes. Organists were Ivan Lawson and Mrs. Sparks. John Sheets of Baltimore gave special selection of gospel music on the saxophone. The Rev. and Mrs. Harry Myerly shared in synopsis their experiences of 38 years of ministry in West Virginia. Recognition was given to the following: Oldest man present was John Darby, who is 86 years old. The oldest woman present was Mrs. Amelia Brown, 97, of Asbury Methodist Home in Gaithersburg. "Aunt Amy" and her late husband, "Uncle Andy" kept store for many years at nearby Thurston. The youngest "just over 65" were Mrs. Elizabeth Anderson and Charles W. Fritz. The couple married the longest, 49 years, turned out to be Mr. and Mrs. Ward A. Fulton. There were quite a few "runners-up" for the honors, and no one seemed hesitant at admitting his or her age. CRABS Hot-Spiced Steamed AHve By U» 3 BIG FEASTS AD Ton Cam Eat Tham * Frl- cat, Sat. Ladies* Night] 5c Suds To tadies GAl LANTERN | 313 North Market St. HOLLYWOOD (AP) - A doctor drama tales, "Marcus Welby, HID.." and a weekly schoolroom story, "Room 222" have won the most 1970 Emmys- three apiece. A canceled series, "My World and Welcome to It," and its star William Windom won in the comedy category in Sunday night's television academy awards. And a twice-canceled series, "The Ghost and Mrs. Muir," brought a second Emmy to star Hope Lange. Recently canceled by ABC, the show was dropped by NBC last year, when Miss Lange was similarly honored. Veteran actors Robert Young and Peter Ustinov each received a third Emmy award. Young won as the general practitioner in "Marcus Welby, MD.," picked as the outstanding dramatic series. James Brolin, who plays his assistant, was named best supporting actor. Ustinov's third Emmy was for his performance as a Jewish merchant who provides a home for a black youth from a slum neighborhood in "A Storm in Summer.** The show was picked as the outstanding single dramatic program. The 22nd awards of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences were telecast from the Century Plaza Hotel in Los Angeles and Carnegie Hall in New York. Dick Cavett, host in New York, set the tone for an evening of emotion, applause and laughter by explaining: "This is the show that each year asks the question, Is radio really improved by the addition of pictures?* ** Among the highlights, between commercials for bras, girdles, take-home fried chicken and cigarettes, were-- The naming of "Room 222" as the outstanding new series and two of its stars, Michael Constantine and Karen Valentine, as best supporting actor and actress in a comedy. -- Patty Duke, named for an outstanding single performance in "My Sweet Charlie." -- Britain's David Frost, winning for outstanding variety series with his syndicated talk show. -- Susan Hampshire, best actress in a dramatic series for the British-made "The Forsyte Saga." Anne Bancroft was honored along with producers and writers for her special, "Annie, the Women in the Life of a Man," named the outstanding variety or music program. In categories of entertainment, news and technical crafts, NBC collected 27 Em- mys, CBS 19, ABC 13 and National Educational Television 8. Gail Fisher won as supporting actress in a drama series, "Mannix." The winner among classical musical programs was the National Ballet of Canada's performance of "Cinderella." For achievement in sports programming Emmys went to CBS, "The NFL Games" and ABC's "Wide World of Sports." Astronaut Charles Conrad received a special award for his photography during the Apollo 12 moon landing. The NET series "Sesame Street" was selected for achievement in children's programming. A citation described as "a vote of confidence, encouragement and support" went to the directors of the three networks' news divisions. A salute was voiced to George Syvertsen, CBS newsman found slain in Cambodia. Comedian Bill Cosby, master of ceremonies in Los Angeles, was nominated in four categories but won in none. 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Tuesday, Joae ». lf» DUSTIN HOFFMAN IN 'Midnight Cowboy*' Show* 7:lMhtt__ 2:P.M. 79 IIVOU LAST DAY -- "LOVING" Starfs Tomorrow "THE HEROINE SPENDS AS MUCH TIME STARK-NAKED AS ANY PERFORMER SINCE 'FUPPEB 1 ' without under t · n.1 »4nuttta HATED (X) The Rocking Chair theatre HOLIDAY CINEMA -- On Baughman'i Lane -Last Times Today At 5:10, 7:20 9:30 "THE ARRANGEMENT' Starts Tomorrow The most electrifying ritual ever u H Mil

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