The News from Frederick, Maryland on June 10, 1970 · Page 17
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The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 17

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PROGRAMS WFMD-AM-930kc (MondayihrougliFriday) £BS Newson hour, news headlines at : 35 m ~ f r t s a m ~ ° r » ew °ay ( 6. 25a.m.-- First Line Report (CBS) ftKa-m--WeatherRoundup - a z ; 7:53 - COm «y News; 8:00-CBS World News 11: 4Mp.m.-"Happy Johnny"; ii: 5 ; 2: : »-Reasoner Report (CBS) -*:5*-CommurdtyN : 6: -*5-LowellThomas (CBS) ' 7 -«-The World Tonight (CBS) ; 7: W-FrankGiffonfsportT 7: 30-The Minority Report (CBS) 41.55-- 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 Fn., June 12, 7:55 p.m.-- Balto. vs. Oakland Sat., June 13, 7: 55 p.m.-- Balto. vs Oakland un., June 14, 1: 55 p.m.-- Balto. vs. Oakland WFRE-FM-STEREO-99.9 me (Monday through Friday) Music for young adults and "roovy grown-ups 5-9a.m.-- GaryKirtley ' 9-12 p.m.-- Sharon Snyder 12-6p.m.-- DickHageman 6-Midnight-- Jiip Thompson 11: 55 p.m.-- Be Still and Know (devotional) News at: 25 and: 55 6: 25 p.m. (Thursday) -- ' 'In Focus' ' with Richard Lebherz WMHI AM 1370kc (Monday through Friday) 6 a.m.-- Sign-on-Metromedia news on the hour 6-10 a.m.-- Music with Al Soper, featuring the news, weather and sports at 6:00, 6:20, 7:00, 7:30, 8:00, 8:30, 9:00, 9:30, 10:00, 10:30 and 11:00; Jimmy Dean Show -- Monday and Wednesday only-6:30: DonSpatzShow-- 7:35a.m. 10:05-- Bess Myerson, 10:10 a.m. to 11:15 a.m.-- The Album Sounds of WMH1 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, featuring news at 12-00 12:30, 1:00, 1:30, 2:00, 2:30, 3.00, 3:30 and 3:55. Betsy Palmer-- 1: 25 p.m. 3:00 p.m.-- to Sign-off-Music with Dan Wilson, featuring news and . . weather at 4:30, 5:00, 5:30, 6:00. 6:30, 7:00, 7:30 and sign-off Bulletin Board featured on WMHI at 8: 30. 12: 30 and 4: 30. Sign Off-- June 8: 45 p.m. TVs Summer Soldiers Mobilized For Shows NEW YORK (AP) - Television's summer soldiers are waiting impatiently in the network wings for their moments in the limelight, mostly July and August. . Some are veterans pulled out of retirement for new duty: Corner Pyle will be back in CBS's boot camp. "He and She" has been recalled for short, hot weather duty as has "Wild, Wild West." The Smothers Brothers will try to be topical, relevant and funny without being really controversial in an ABC trial run. Des O'Connor already has taken over the summer "Music Hall," and Jim Nabors' company will give way on July 2 to a comedy-variety hour called "Happy Days.*' This, however, can hardly count as a showcase for new faces since its stars are Louis Nye of the original Steve Allen variety hour and Bob and Ray who have been doing TV comedy since the days of kinescopes. About the only straw hat showcase will be Glen Campbell's CBS Sunday night hour which will be occupied for two months starting July 5 by a show called "Comedy Tonight." A young New York comic named Robert Klein will be getting his first real big shot at the mass audience. Klein 28, is a monologist with a flair for sharp, satirical comment. For the past couple of years he has been on the talk- show circuitr- a dozen appear- ances with Johnny Carson plus repeated turns with Merv Griffin, Joey Bishop, David Frost and Ed Sullivan. Klein, a former schoolteacher who studied drama at Yale, is currently rehearsing, taping and worrying. "We hope for a show with a point'of view," he said during a rehearsal break. "We will have more comedy than variety and some satire. We're developing, for instance, a 'man against ...» segment. One of the first will take on repairmen. Rodney Dangerfield will play. * caveman mechanic confronted with his first wheel-- it has gone flat." A problem of being funny and sharp these days is that "somebody in the audience is going to be offended the minute you step out on a stage," Klein believes, but in order to avoid some protests, Klein and the show's writers have invited a mythical people. "We have invented the Yaknes," he said. "They have no national pride, are a bunch of clods and love to be insulted. But with my luck Til get a bunch of mail that starts, 'My father was a Yakne and I resent » » » ... Few are called as summer replacements and even fewer make much of an impact. Glen Campbell did and "Hee Haw" did. The U. S. produced 582,124,000 prs. of shoes in 1969. Chiz Medora Myers Bill Beard Present CLUB 40 WEST Route 40 West -- Patrick St. Extended (Formerly Free State Inn) SPECIAL ATTRACTION I DAY ONLY -- SUNDAY, JUNE 14 MICHAEL DOLKA 2 SHOWS -- W12 RESERVATIONS -- 662-6815 NO ADMISSION - NO COVER Proper Attire At All Time* GOLD DUST INN * NITE CLUB tonne · * POPCORN Admi«*ien $1.*0 NOW OPEN iont Evenings ^ Tnao c + Afternoons 8:30 to 1 ^ f«es.-S»n. 'K 3 to 7 PtM DANCING BY JUKE BOX 3-7 P. M. RT. 355, FREDERICK-- PHONE 663-9816 Seven Mt. Airy Area Youths To Attend Boys, Girls State THE NEWS, Frederick, Maryland Page A-17 Wednesday, Jhuw li, 1979 Seven high school junior boys and four high school junior girls will represent Bit Airy at the 1970 session of Maryland American Legion Boys State and American Legion Auxiliary Girls State, Commander William H. Johnson and President Gladys Cline of Gold Star Post and Unit 191, announced today. Selected to participate in this annual workshop sponsored by the Maryland American Legion and Auxiliary are Jeffry Derr, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Derr, RFD1, Mt Airy; Thomas Koontz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Koontz, Unfonville; Robert Watkins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Watkins, RFD 3, Mt Airy, and Deborah Dudderar, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dudderar, RFD 2, Union Bridge, from Linganore High School. The students attending from South Carroll High School are Thomas Boiler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Boiler, Mt Airy; Douglas Lenz, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Lenz, Sykesrille; Robert and Ronald Shaw, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shaw, RFD 2, Mt. Airy; Bonnie McGinnis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John McGinnis, Sykesville; Deborah Barrie, daughter of Maj. and Mrs. Raymond Berrie, U.S. M.C. Ret, and Nancy Pickett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pickett, Sykesville. Local Art Works On Display At Hagerstown Eight Frederick area residents are among the contributors to the Cumberland Valley Artists Annual Exhibition being held this month in Hagerstown by the Washington County Museum of Fine Arts. The exhibition, which features sculpture, oil and water-color paintings, acrylics, stoneware, and "mixed media" works, is being held now through June 30 in the Hagerstown City Park. Local artists and their works include: Sunset, an oil by Paula Brunner Abelow; Study Of Water m A Swimming Bath, a collage by Kathleen Briggs; Zielscheibe, a pair of three-dimensional paintings by Trudel Head; an untitled mixed-media piece by Sue M. Heister; Frederick Garden-Springtime, an oil by Virginia H. James; Aphrodite, a watercolor by James Pearl; A Fine Brace, an acrylic polymer by August £. Selckmann; and The Patriarch and The Sluice Gate, two watercolors by Peter J. Sinclair. Hours for the show are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekdays, and 1 to 6 p.m. on Sundays. The exhibit is closed on Mondays. Judge of Selection and Awards for the show is R. Charles Horst of Pasadena. CRABS Hot --Spiced Steamed ABve By Us 3 BIG FEASTS AD Yon Can Eat * Than, it FrL-- $8 ea.--$3 cpl. Sat. Ladies' Night 5c Suds to Ladles GAi LANTERN 313 North Market St. The 1970 Maryland Boys State will be in session at the U.S. Navy Academy, Annapolis, June 21 to 27, Commander Johnson said. Girls State will be held during the same period of time at Goucher College, Towson. "At Boys State and Girls State, Commander Johnson and President Cline explained, the boys and girls from ML Airy will have the opportunity to learn more about the functions of government. Also, they will get a better idea of the importance of each good citizen in discharging basic citizenship responsibilities. They will soon discover how the quality of gov- Motorist Charged City police charged John Michael Getzandanner, 66, Mt, Airy, with failing to reduce speed to avoid a collision, in an accident in the 100 block of East Second Street at 1:25 p.m. Tuesday. Pvt. Douglas E. Smith said a 1964 sedan operated by Floyd R. Hurst, 18, East Street, was westbound on East Second Street and the operator attempted to change from the right to left lane. The vehicle was struck from behind by a 1959 sedan operated by Getz- andanner, Smith said. Damage was estimated at $140 to the Hurst car and at $125 to the Getzandanner vehicle. No charges were preferred in a single - car accident on Carroll Parkway at 8 a.m. Tuesday. Pfc. Gerald Koogle said a 1964 sedan operated by Debra Ellen Gloyd, 17, RFD 7, Frederick, was making a left turn from Fairview Avenue onto Carroll Parkway. Koogle said the car's steering wheel locked causing it to jump the curb into Baker Park where it struck a cherry tree. Damage was estimated at $500. In other action, city police arrested Evans E. Foreman, 33, West All Saints Street, on a warrant for assault and battery. Foreman was released on personal recognizance, pending a hearing this morning. Police arrested Charles E. Jenkins, 20, Phebus Avenue, on a warrant for assault and battery. Jenkins was jailed in lieu of $250 bond, pending a hearing June 12. EMERGENCY NUMBER F R A N K F O R T , Ky. (AP)Frankfort is the first city in Kentucky to be served with the new 911 emergency telephone number. Dialing the number summons police, firemen or an ambulance. CHANNEL 25 Hagerstowrr Now Available On Cable TV FREDERICK CABLEVISION 662-6033 Chiz Jfiedora Myers Bill Beard Present CLUB 40 WfST Route 40 West -- Patrick St. Extended (Formerly Free State Inn) 662-6815 Lunch -- Dinner -- Cocktail Lounge Happy Hour Til 6 P. JA- Daily Lunch Specials JEANNIE WISE, CHEF DANCE Wed.-Thurs.-FrL-Sat.-Sun. No Admission--Proper Attire At All Times eminent is related directly to the active interest and participation of each citizen. On behalf of Post and Unit 191 appreciation is expressed following organizations for assistance in the sponsorship of local youths to the 1970 Maryland Boys State and Girls State: Winfield-Taylorsville Lions Club sponsoring one girl from South Carroll High and Mt. Airy Lions Club sponsoring one boy from South Carroll High and one boy from Linganore High. Lions To See Nature Slides The Frederick Lions will hear Robert Hoffman, Fort Detrick scientist, at their noonday luncheon meeting, Thursday at the Francis Scott Key Hotel. Hoffman will present a program with "nature slides." President Edwin Sears announced the committee chairman for the Motorcycle Races. They are as follows: Track, Richard R. Kline; public address system, Russell Young; publicity, Charles Main; parking, Crummell P. Jacobs; legal committee; Richard Zimmerman; first aid, Dr. Harry Gray; and safety, Charles Main. Area Students Graduate Several area students have received degrees from various schools and colleges around the country this spring. Miss Marjorie K. Murphy, daughter of'Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Murphy, of Frederick was awarded a Bachelor of Science degree from Towson State College, Baltimore. She majored in early childhood education, specializing in the visually handicapped child, and has accepted a position with the Frederick County Board of Education. She is a graduate of Frederick High School and the Frederick Community College. Miss Katherine A. Schantz, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Edward Schantz, West Fourteenth Street, received a bachelor of arts degree June 7 from the University Open Fires Are Banned ROCKVILLE - The lighting of open fires has been temporarily banned in Montgomery County due to stagnant atmospheric conditions and was made effective at 3 p.m. Tuesday. Acting County Manager Robert A. Passmore said that he issued the order after a report was received from the county's air pollution control section that monitoring devices measured .15 parts per million of oxidants in the atmosphere in the central area of the county. The condition was caused by an atmospheric inversion with a strong high pressure system aloft having warmer air which acts as a barrier and causes a concentration of air pollutants at, or near, ground level. The condition is expected to last about 24 hours. The County Health Department said that the oxidants are produced by the action of sunlight on unburned hydrocarbons. Hydrocarbons are produced to a large extent by automotive exhaust. of Wisconsin in Madison. William Richard Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. William E. Smith, 1410 Taney Ave,, was graduated from Randolph - Macon Academy in Front Royal, Va., with the rank of sergeant in the Academy Cadet Corps. He was a member of the varsity varsity winter spring track track team, team, marching band, trumpet soloist, concert band, stage band and drama club. He plans to attend Washborn University in September. Russell Edward Yinger of Frederick was graduated from the Medical College of Virginia School of Pharmacy. Joseph H. Towle, 17 West Second St., was graduated from the University of Virginia in Charlottsville with a Bachelor of Arts degree. Edwin E. Wells, Jug Bridge Hill, was graduated from the University of Virginia Law School in Charlottsville with a Juris Doctor degree. David Lee Hartley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert F. Hartley, 704 Wyngate Dr., was graduated from Wake Forest University, Winston Salem, N.C., June 8. Hartley majored in history and received the B.A. degree. He was an announcer for the university radio station and editor of the Taylor House, men's residence hall publication. R U · D A M A S C U S , MD. Wednesday, June 10, 1970 JOHN WAYNE IN "True Grit" Shows 7:15 -- 9:28 Wedding Gifts? No Try Shopping pr's .VI IJ 151 North Market St. MT. PLEASANT ANNUAL RURITAN CLUB CARNIVAL June 6th Thru June 13th Proceeds To Be Paid On Carnival Ground Purchased RIDES AND GAMES Country Ham Sandwiches, Fried Chicken, .Hamburgers, 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 Thurs., June llth--Bobby Fritz and the Heartbreaker's (Country Music) Fri., June 12th--Middletown High School Band Sat., June 13th--Browningsville Band Woote* DtMMTMDfT STONES Features! EVERY WEDNESDAY All the fish you can eat Golden brown fillet of haddock, french fried potatoes, cole slaw, assorted rolls and butter. FREDERICK SHOPPING CENTER Wootco AL ROGERS "The Al Rogers Show" 1-3 P.M. CBS it RADIO Frederick JIM GIBBONS RADIO *v 4 ·itC* ON TWO-YEAR CERTIFICATES OF $ 1,000, INTEREST PAID QUARTERLY 3 c $ {ARMERSANoMECHAMCS | NATIONAL BANK S M F M B t R FLDERAl DU'OMT 1N--L fvsct CORPORA I 'ON Frederick N*w* and tot PROGRAMS Wednesday 3:00--2,9--(C) Secret Storm 4,8,11--(C) Another World/ Bay City 5--(C) He Said' She Said' 7--(C) General Hospital 20-UltraMan 3:30--2,9-- (C) Edge of Night 4,8--(C) Bright Promise 5--Strange Paradise 7,13--(C) One JetoLive 11--(C) HeSaid 1 She Said' 20--Eighth Man 4:00--2,5--(C) Flintstones Another World/ Somerset 7,13--(C) Dark Shadows 9--(C) CornerPyle, 20--Little Rascals 26--Sesame Street 4:30--2--Movie--"This Woman Is Dangerous" 4--(C) Movie--"AaronSlick from Punkin Crick'' 5-1 Spy 7--Major Adams 8,13--(C) David Frost 9--(C) Laurel and Hardy 11--(C) Perry Mason 20--Speed Racer 5:00--9--Saint 20--Batman 26--Misterogers 5:30--5--My Favorite Martian 7,11--(C) News 20--Munsters 26--What's New 6:00--4,8,9,13--(C) News 5--I Love Lucy 7--(C) News 11--(C)Duckpinsand Dollars 20--(C) Lost in Space 26--Sign Language 6:30--2--(C) News 4,8,11--(C) News 5--McHale's Navy 7--(C) Game Game 13--(C) News 26--Film 7:00--2,4,11,13--(C) News 5--Dick Van Dyke 7--(C) What's My Line' 8--(C) Truth or Consequences 9--(C) News 20--Addams Family 26--Newsroom 7:30---2,9--(C)Hee Haw 4,8,11--(C) Virginian 5--(C) Truth orConse- quences 7,13--(C) Nanny 20--Beat the Clock 8:00--5-To Tell the Truth 7,13--(C) Eddie's Father 20--Of Lands and Seas 26-NET Festival 8:30--2.9--(C) Peanuts 5--(C) David Frost 7.13--(C) Room 222 9:00--2--(C) Medical Center 4,8,11--(C)MusicHall 7,13--(C) JohnnyCash 9--(C) Movie--"Midnight Lace'' 20--Movie--"The Men" 26--International Magazine 10:00--2-- (C) Hawaii Fjve-O 4.8--(C) Bronson 5-(C) News 7-- (QEngelbert Humperdinck 11--(C) Suspense Theatre 13-- (C) David Frost 26--(C) On Being Black 11:00--2.4.7.8.11.13--(C) News 5--Movie--"TheFighting 69th" 11:40--9--Movie--"Invasion of the Vampires" Thursday 9 30--2-(C) News 4-(C)IfsYourBet 5--Truth orConse- quences 10:00--2-- (C) To Tell theTruth 4.8--(C) It Takes Two 5--(C) American West 9-(C) Lucille Ball 13--(C) Movie--"Shadow on the Wall" 10 30--2.9-(C) Hillbillies 4,8.11--(C) Concentration 5--(C) Steve Allen 7-(C) The Now Women 1!: 00--2--Peyton Place 4,8--(C) Sale/Century 7- (O Girl Talk 9-(C) Andy Griffith 20--Jack LaLanne 11:30--2,9--(C) Love of Life 4,8.11-(C) Hollywood Squares 5--(C) QueenforaDay 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--(C) News 20--(C) Romper Room 12.30--2,9--(C) Search for Tomorrow 4.11-(C)Who.Whator Where 7,13--(C) World Apart 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 Beachcomber" 1:30--2,9-(C) As The World Turns 4,8-- (C) Linkletter 7.13--(C) Let's Make a Deal 11--Learning To Do 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) Newlywed Game 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 WORLD ALMANAC FACTS "War is hell" is attributed to Union Army Gen. William T. Sherman as part of a graduation address at Michigan Military Academy in 1879, The World Almanac says. The text is as follows: "I am tired and sick of war. Its glory is all moonshine. It is only those who have neither fired a shot nor heard the shrieks and groans of the wounded who cry aloud for blood, more vengeance, more desolation. War is hell." moil 2:00 P. M. 7:00 it 9:00 "THE HEROINE SPENDS AS MUCH TIME STARK-NAKED AS ANY PERFORMER SINCE 'FLIPPER 1 ' " -S»n t'tncnco O-O»» without The Rocking Chair Theatre HOLIDAY CIMMA -- On Baughman's Lane -At 5:10, 7:209:30 The most electrifying ritual ever if "i MAI SPAPFRf NFWSPAPFK!

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