Gettysburg Times (Newspaper) - August 20, 2008, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania BY HILLEL ITALIE AP National Writer NEW YORK ( AP) — The suspense didn’t quite compare to the identity of “ Deep Throat,” but we now know the name of Bob Woodward’s fourth investigative work on the Bush administration, just three weeks before the book’s release. “ The War Within: A Secret White House History 2006- 2008” will be published Sept. 8 by Simon & Schuster with an announced first printing of 900,000 copies. Simon & Schuster is keeping the book under strict embargo — although such embargoes are often broken — and had even held back the title. “ There has not been such an authoritative and intimate account of presidential decision- making since the Nixon tapes and the Pentagon Papers,” Woodward’s longtime editor, Alice Mayhew, said Tuesday in a statement. “ This is the declassification of what went on in secret, behind the scenes.” According to Simon & Schuster, Woodward’s book “ takes readers deep inside the White House, the Pentagon, the State Department, the intelligence agencies and the U. S. military headquarters in Iraq. “ Based on extensive interviews with participants, contemporaneous notes and secret documents, the book traces the internal debates, tensions and critical turning points in the Iraq War during an extraordinary two- year period.” The Washington Post, where Woodward currently serves as an associate editor, will run excerpts on Sept. 7. That night, Woodward will be interviewed on CBS television’s “ 60 Minutes.” ( Both CBS and Simon & Schuster are owned by Viacom, Inc.) Woodward’s three previous works on the Bush years have been No. 1 best sellers on The New York Times hardcover nonfiction list and their tone, like the president’s approval ratings, has evolved from the essentially positive take of the first book, “ Bush at War,” to the far more critical “ State of Denial,” which came out in 2006. Woodward’s literary representative, Washington attorney Robert Barnett, declined comment when asked whether President Bush, who spoke with Woodward for the first two volumes, had been interviewed for the current book. According to Barnett, Woodward only finished “ The War Within” three weeks ago. Woodward is also known for his Pulitzer Prize- winning reporting with fellow Washington Post writer Carl Bernstein. In the 1970s, they collaborated on the groundbreaking stories of the Watergate scandal that helped bring down President Nixon and on two best sellers about the Nixon administration, “ All the President’s Men” and “ The Final Days.” ( Continued from Page C2) Oct. 3, 7: 30 p. m. The “ World Famous” Lipizzaner Stalliions will perform at the Giant Center, Hershey. Tickets are $ 37.75, $ 32.75 and $ 25.25 and are available at the Giant Center Box Office, all Ticketmaster locations, or by calling 534- 3911 or 260- 2000. DANCE Aug. 22, 7: 30- 11: 30 p. m. Metropolitan Area Singles will hold a dance at the New Cumberland VFW, 109 Third St., New Cumberland. Aug. 23, 7: 30- 11 p. m. The New Singles Club will hold a dance at the Elks Lodge, 108 N. St. John’s Church Road, Camp Hill. Throughout August. Bolero and WC Swing Classes at York Township Rec Center off S. Queen Street, Dallastown. Cost is $ 40. Call 741- 3861 ext. 129 to register. Continuous, 6: 30- 7: 30 p. m. Line Dance classes will be taught at the Gettysburg Dance Center, 775 Old Harrisburg Road, Gettysburg. Cost is $ 6 per person. E- mail Gene at ehock514@ comcast. net for more information. Third Sunday. Ballroom Swings will be held at the Jewish Community Center, 2000 Hollywood Dr., York. Lessons begin at 4: 30 p. m.; dancing from 5- 7: 50 p. m. Cost is $ 10 per person and $ 5 for college students with ID. For more information, call 751- 2475 or e- mail verakwya@ 2danc. com Fourth Sunday. Latin dancing will be held from 5: 30 p. m.- midnight at the Quality Inn, 2600 E. Market St., York, with lessons offered throughout the evening. Costs vary depending on the number of classes attended. For more information, call 751- 2475 or e- mail verakwya@ 2danc. com Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. Learn beginner, advanced beginner and intermediate line dances at the South Hanover YMCA, 1013 Baltimore St., Hanover. For more information, call or e- mail Teresa at 420- 7688 or tclndanc@ earthlink. net. Fridays. TC’s Country Dance will offer a Line Dance lesson from 6: 30- 7: 15 p. m. with open dancing from 6 to 10 p. m. DJ. Charge is $ 5. The location is in the North Hanover YMCA, 500 N. George St., Hanover. For more information, call 420- 6788 or e- mail tclndanc@ earthlink. net Fourth Thursday. The new Gettysburg American Legion will hold public ballroom dancing from 7: 30- 9: 30 p. m. with music by the Gettysburg Big Band. Buffet $ 9.95, from 6- 7: 30 p. m. Reservations suggested. $ 5 donation at the door. For more information, call 334- 4513. OTHER Aug. 21, 8: 30 a. m. Take a hike on the Appalachian and Raccoon Trails at Caledonia State Park. Meet at the park office. Aug. 21, 7- 8: 30 p. m. A guided “ Insect Symphony” nature walk will be held at Strawberry Hill Nature Preserve, Fairfield. Environmental educator Eddy Rubin will lead the walk. Walk is free for Strawberry Hill members and $ 3.75 for non- members. Register by Aug. 20 by calling 642- 5840. Aug. 22, 4 p. m. Take a hike on the Charcoal Hearth Trail at Caledonia State Park. Meet at the park office. Aug. 23, 4 p. m. Singles in the Spirit is heading to Fun Castle, 3054 Buchanan Trail East, Greencastle, to play a round of miniature golf and ride the go carts, followed by a meal. All singles are welcome to join in. Call Deanna at 369- 3097 or email singlesinthespirit@ hotmail. com for more information. Aug. 23, 6: 30 p. m. The Antietam Humane Society, Waynesboro, invites the public to the 2008 Benefit Auction at the Waynesboro American Legion, 63 E. Main St., Waynesboro. A variety of items will be for sale, with free food and cash bar. For more information, call 762- 9091. Aug. 23, 1 p. m. The New Aville Inn will hold a picnic buffet for $ 9.95. Features horse shoes and other games to celebrate the two year anniversary of the Inn. Aug. 23- 24. The Keystone Challenge, a two- day water trial for Portuguese Water Dogs at Codorus State Park, Hanover. All activities occur next to the bandshell. Trials begin at 9 a. m. Aug. 30, 9 a. m.- 5 p. m. The Cumberland County Historical Society hosts the 14th annual McLain Celtic Festival to be held at Two Mile House, 1189 Walnut Bottom Road, Carlisle. Includes entertainment, Highland athletics, exhibits, vendors and food. Admission is $ 10 at the gate. For more information, visit www. historicalsociety. com, or call 243- 3437. Aug. 30, 1 p. m. A giant ice cream sundae will be constructed at the gazebo at the Outlet Shoppes at Gettysburg. All are welcome to attend. Sept. 5, 6 p. m. Cashtown’s 2nd Annual Parade will be held. Contact Bobbi Joe Barber at Crossroads for more information at 752- 5123. Sept. 6, 8 p. m. Cashtown’s 2nd Annual 5K run and 1 mile fun run/ walk will be held in Cashtown. Contact Bobbi Jo Barber at Crossroads for more information at 752- 5123. Sept. 7, 11: 30 p. m. Shining Stars Therapeutic Riding Ministry students present their year- end horse show at the arena next to Freedom Valley Worship Center, 3185 York Road, Gettysburg. Also at the event will be a pig roast including drink, sandwich, side and dessert. Tickets are $ 8 and are available by calling Brandy at 398- 8327. Sept. 10- 14. The Pennsylvania RV and Camping Show will be held in the parking lots of the Giant Center, Hershey. Tickets are $ 8. Ovenight parking is $ 20. For more information, call 1- 888- 303- 2887 or visit www. prvca. com. Sept. 11. GVM, Inc. of Biglerville will hold a Field Day to honor 9/ 11. Customers and attendees are welcome to bring items that will be shipped to a unit stationed in Iraq. Other activities will take place throughout the day, and the large equipment will be on display. For more information, visit www. gvminc. com. Sept. 13, 8 a. m.- 4 p. m. Colonial Day will be held in Historic East Berlin, hosted by the East Berlin Historic Preservation Society. Includes craftspeople, vendors, food, free entertainment, and demonstrations. Various historic buildings will also be on display. For more information, call 259- 0822. Sept. 14, 6 p. m. Freestyle Motocross riders will perform at the York Fair at the Toyota Grandstand. Tickets are $ 10 and are available at the box office or online at www. yorkfair. com. Sept. 21, 5 p. m. The 17th annual Adams County Heritage Festival will take place at the Gettysburg Recreation Park, Long Lane Festival includes entertainment, crafts, and activities for all ages. For more information, visit www, icpj- gettysburg. org. Fridays, 10: 45 p. m. Ghostly Images of Gettysburg will host “ Midnight at a Haunted Orphanage” at the Soldiers National Museum, Gettysburg. Admission is $ 11 and reservations are recommended by calling 334- 6296. Saturdays, 10: 45 p. m. Ghostly Images of Gettysburg will host “ Midnight in a Haunted House” at the Jennie Wade House, Gettysburg. Admission is $ 11 and reservations are recommended by calling 334- 6296. Fridays and Saturdays, 9 p. m. Ghostly Images of Gettysburg will conduct Haunted Trolley Tours through the countryside and streets of Gettysburg. Reservations are $ 19.95 for adults and $ 12.35 for children 6- 12 and are available by calling 334- 6296. Sundays in August, 1 p. m.- 4 p. m. The Gettysburg Fire Department Museum will be open, 35 North Stratton Street. Contact Charles Underwood, Museum Committee Member, at 443- 340- 9640. GETTYSBURG TIMES • WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20, 2008 C3 Arts & Leisure Calendar Below, a sampling of performances to be featured at the Gettysburg Music Muster, Aug. 23. Douglas Jimerson and the Civil War Comrades – The day will begin with a performance from Douglas Jimerson and the Civil War Comrades. Douglas Jimerson and The Civil War Comrades are a fixture in the National Parks of the mid- Atlantic region. In the past year they have been featured on PBS- TV and at the bicentennial birthday celebration for Robert E. Lee. They are scheduled to perform for ceremonies in our nation’s capital for the bicentennial birthday celebration for Abraham Lincoln. To commemorate the occasion of Lincoln’s upcoming birthday, the group is releasing another CD this fall, “ A Lincoln Portrait.” The Susquehanna Travellers perform the music of the 19th Century America focusing on Civil War era and Irish music. The musicians are civil war re- enactors and members of the 87th Pa. Volunteer Infantry. The band got its start playing traditional tunes around the campfire at Civil War re- enactments and, with the support and encouragement of other re- enactors, the lads decided to officially form the Susquehanna Travellers. While the band certainly enjoys playing for the public, they feel most at home playing for their fellow re- enactors around the campfire. Victorian Dance Ensemble – This year marks the tenth appearance of the Victorian Dance Ensemble at the Gettysburg Music Muster. Founded in 1995, the Ensemble has presented dance demonstrations for the Smithsonian Institution, National Park Service, Civil War Preservation Trust, Pennsylvania Civil War Trails Project, National Civil War Museum, Maryland Historical Society, Pamplin Park, North Carolina’s Museum of the Cape Fear, and numerous other historic sites and museums. The Ensemble also provides dance instruction and floor managers for balls, including three of the premiere vintage balls in the nation, the Sons of Union Veterans’ Remembrance Day Ball in Gettysburg, the Union League’s Abraham Lincoln Ball in Philadelphia and the Civil War Preservation Ball in the Rotunda of the Pennsylvania Capitol in Harrisburg. In addition to dancing, the Ensemble’s members present programs on such topics as Civil War era fashions, jewelry, newspapers, photography, weapons, flags, and the roles of civilians, using original artifacts from their own extensive collections. 2nd South Carolina String Band – New to the 2008 lineup is the 2nd South Carolina String Band. This year, the 2nd South Carolina String Band is celebrating their twentieth season as an active, vibrant member of the Civil War reenacting community. Though most of them no longer take the field with musket and bayonet as they once did with their namesake unit, Co. I, 2nd S. C. Volunteer Infantry, they are still as impressive a musical force at major reenactment events as they once were a military one. No strangers to performing on the battlefield, in July of 1998, they were the featured band at the installation and dedication of the Longstreet Monument in Pitzer’s Woods, and again a few years later at the dedication of the last monument to be placed on the Gettysburg battlefield - that of the 11th Mississippi, on West Confederate Avenue. Dance ensemble, regimental band among music muster performers Title, print run announced for new Woodward book AP P HOTO “ The War Within,” by Bob Woodward. Develop your foreign language conversational skills by choosing from among four noncredit courses offered this fall at the Gettysburg Campus of HACC, Central P e n n s y l v a n i a ’ s Community College. C o n v e r s a t i o n a l Spanish I and II, German I and Italian I will be offered starting in September. Each course costs $ 125. Spanish I, Conversational runs from Sept. 4 to Oct. 23 while Spanish II, Conversational also starts on Sept. 4 but runs to Oct. 27. German I, Conversational and Italian I, Conversational both are offered from Sept. 9- Oct. 28. But that’s just the tip of the iceberg. HACC’s Gettysburg Campus offers more than 60 noncredit courses ranging from one session to several weeks that cover the gamut from personal enrichment such as ballet, Latin dance or swing, to multiple offerings that explore the history of the Gettysburg Battlefield. For a look at the programs offered, go to www. hacc. edu and click on Noncredit Courses. There you’ll find a list of what’s offered and when at all of HACC’s five campus, including Gettysburg, Harrisburg, Lancaster, Lebanon and York. The link leads you to the Shopping Cart where you can enroll. Users receive an e- mail confirming enrollment. You can also call 338- 1010 for more information or to register. HACC offers diverse array of classes for fall semester On Aug. 23 and 24, 2008, M& T Bank and the City of York will present the 28th annual Yorkfest Fine Arts Festival in downtown York. Festival hours are 10 a. m.- 5 p. m. on Saturday, and 10 a. m.- 4 p. m. on Sunday. This year’s festival will include artists from around the country showcasing their fine work along the Riverwalk Artist trail, located in the Colonial Courthouse Courtyard and along the Heritage Rail Trail in historic downtown York. Free musical performances, a culinary arts food court, children’s art and writing competition, a juried adult writing competition, and strolling entertainers will also be featured. In addition, this year’s festival will include a dedication ceremony of the “ Oasis” mosaic mural on the Met- Ed building located on the 100 block of West Philadelphia Street next to the Friends Meeting House, just steps away from the fine arts festival. The ceremony will begin at 4 p. m., immediately followed by a reception hosted by Veda and Tom Anstadt in the parking lot across West Philadelphia Street from the mural. The “ Mosaic Oasis” mural, designed and created by York artist Mary Tellez, was made possible by support from Met- Ed, a FirstEnergy Company and private donors, as well as neighborhood partners The Friends Meeting House, City Art Gallery, Lifetime Brands, The White Rose Bar & Grill, Kimman’s, Crispus Attucks, YorkArts Gallery, York County Community Foundation, and The City of York. The public and press are invited to celebrate this community achievement. For more information on Yorkfest Fine Arts Festival or other York City events, please visit www. yorkcity. org York mural to be dedicated during Yorkfest Aug. 23- 24 “ I would love to buy an antique rug, where do I go?” Fine Rugs and Antiques 25 York Street, Gettysburg, PA 17325 Hours: Wed- Thurs 11- 5, Sat 10- 5, Sun 12- 4 OTHER HOURS BY APPOINTMENT 443- 783- 2880 Southern Fried Jazz Band LIVE Friday! August 22 8: 00 pm The Summer Fridays series ends on a high note with this sizzling concert of authentic Dixieland jazz which merges music, narration, and personal anecdotes into a toe- tapping trip through jazz in America. Ticket Prices: $ 24, $ 21, $ 18 ( Student/ Children $ 5 Discount - Every Show) Tickets - 717- 337- 8200 or gettysburgmajestic. org 25 Carlisle St., Gettysburg, PA 17325 INTRO TO DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY WED • 9/ 3- 24 • 6: 30- 9: 30 pm Learn digital photography basics— how to operate your camera, take good photos, load your photos onto the computer and create great looking prints. Taught by photographer Bert Danielson. DRAWING IN PEN & INK THUR • 9/ 4- 25 • 5: 30- 7: 30 pm Learn the techniques of drawing with pen and ink with award winning artist Becky Brown. Some classes will be held outdoors. ART JEWELRY FROM FOUND OBJECTS SUN • 9/ 7 & 14 • 1- 5 pm Combine basic metalworking skills with the creativity of making original jewelry with “ found” and/ or recycled objects. Artist Judy Pyle leads this class and you’ll wear your artwork home!