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News (Newspaper) - June 7, 1985, Frederick, Maryland
Great Frederick fare by Ethel Loeb Art in the Park sunday part we once again a creative exhibit of local Talent perhaps the Moat Superior of the painting on View Wai the tide by tide of each brother s similar yet individual As Are the local subjects of Rural scenes Birds and sunsets As seen through the eyes of Harry and Barry Richardson. Their interpretations of t Aad Lush Fields Are unsurpassed and if you can t afford an original Oil or water color you May Settle for a print that is within your Means. I Don t have to repeat that Harry Richardson s Bridge and ducks Are on the cover of our 1m4 Telephone Book and he has a Street scene on the cover of the Baltimore yellow pages. Barry teaches in our school system and makes me wish i were still a student at this school. Marilu Tousignaut and Dorothy Eberstadt s creations were also on View. Marilu has taken to spinning wonderful combinations of Wool in the mixed colors so popular today. Next on the Agenda was a visit to Marwood for an evening fund Raiser for the women s committee of the National symphony. It was chaired by Merle Brosius. A sumptuous Buffet of roast beef seafood mousse and Strawberry and chocolate tarts was consumed at tables or any available Perch on the Beautiful grounds that have views look ing both up and Down the Potomac. With the Sun shining next to shadows it was Early american paintings wherever you looked. The impressive mansion was built in 1931 designed after the Center Section of Malraison built outside Paris by Napoleon for Josephine. The Large beautifully furnished rooms had chests full of Staffordshire impressive English furniture and Handwoven Ruby red Csech slovakian Rug. It is owned by former state senator Louise Gore inherited from her parents col. And mrs. H. Grady Gore who purchased it in 1941. She graciously offered the Home for the Benefit and was present for the drawing of door prizes and raffle tickets. There was music by the youth Fellowship quartet of the n.s.o., and principal harpist Dorian Carter played throughout the evening. There was even a it firming Ballet group who danced sans music till a flautist came to their Rescue. It was quite difficult to navigate the Damp grass but they never wavered. The european flavor of the surroundings brought to mind two facts of interest which i forgot to include in last week s piece on Belgium. I awoke there one morning glanced at the Herald Tribune and exclaimed Anita and Roger can t i Ever get away from Frederick my neighbor Boyce Rensberger science writer for the we Brogton Post was featured on the t their French language newspaper i War Happy to find a Story by Yves Laudy on the enterprising american Busi Nessman and Bis courage in research for High Quality video. Yves is the writer who did a Long article on Frederick several years ago with picture and interviews on the Charm of this outstanding Small City. I d saved his card All these Yean and then mislaid it packing for the trip. It was the end of my stay so i would not have had time to look him up anyway but he would not let me forget him. Meanwhile on the Home front we heard or. Nick Tauraso monday morning on the Diane Rehm show on Amu talking about the Way to keep children healthy and Happy on sunday Beth Carey s opening took place at Ca Tepeti gallery of her Gold and Foster Homes needed in Monaco for adults from the Montgomery Bureau Rockville Foster Homes for 24 elderly and handicapped adults will be needed beginning August 1. The Montgomery county depart ments of social services and health which Are now paying 36 families for adult Foster care in their Homes say these adults develop and thrive when living with families who care. Foster care providers Don t have to be traditional families. Single adults retired people and Young families with children Are All eligible to participate. Those who do receive Between and a month for routine care and a month for emergency care. Participants also receive the services of a professional social worker who works with them on a regular basis. The worker provides counselling advice and support to both the Foster adults being cared for and the Foster care providers. Anyone interested in participating As a provider should Contact the social services department at 468-4411. Pharmacists Aid program to find children Providence . Poster with pictures of missing children was put in the window of a local drug store thursday to Mark the beginning of a National program by pharmacists to help locate youngsters. Richard Yacino the owner of . Anthony pharmacy was the first to display a poster and distribute brochures As part of child care a search Effort funded by the Parke Davis division of Warner Lambert co. Cal j. Cowles Parke Davis vice president said the program is designed to use pharmacies As identification and information centers to find some of the children who disappear each year in the United states. Silver and precious Stone jewelry and will be there through june . It is Lovely to look at delightful to own we regretted so much not being Able to journey to Philadelphia to accept the kind invitation of Wesley William Emmons or. And Ellen ethne to a Buffet reception honouring their son a Lav Tatj w.d., 2 in the . Naval Reserve and his Bride Beth Ann at the House of the colonial Dames. Things not to forget the annual Sal vation army Garden party will be held in memorial Park june 22, with the usual array of crafts jewelry country goodies accessories Etc. The auxiliary has donated two chairs to the . Chapel in memory of recently deceased former president Loren Bowlus and Ruth Shipley. They also gave new Cadet David Erickson three new uniforms and a coat. This Garden party will help their Good works and Send kids to Camp. It s the most convenient Park to get to in town. See you there. What a pleasure to Dine out these Days we had trepidation and were rewarded with our first taste of cajun food at the Louisiana Purchase for Merly service is pleasant and warm. American food too. Bushwaller Sas always is like Home. You see everyone you know. The owners must stay up All night catching fish it is so fresh. The Bull on Market is a Joy to find in our town. The elegance of the chandeliers and decor adds to the divine playing and singing of Barry Gurley a former Peabody student and an indefatigable pianist who is super big time we Are so of of Lucky to have him Here because he is the food is even better than the rest of the accoutrements and from the delights of France and Belgium we show it we can truthfully say that we never had a better meal overseas than Paul Stalnaker and Bill Armstrong produce right on Market twixt 6th and 7th. We were Happy to celebrate Tom Burgess s 74th birthday there the party of Carolyn and Joe Carlotta s Lovely daughter Antonette to celebrate her graduation from Walkersville High and the 65th wedding anniversary of Herman and Minnie Rosenwald of upper Darby pa., who Are visiting their daughter and her husband or. And mrs. Sidney Metzger of Myersville. Or. Metzger owns a shredder and scrap business in Hagerstown. I Hope they All tried the Kiwi tart the ultimate in birthday cake. What coming m next the 240th anniversary of the founding of Freder places visited and things to do ick a Fol be celebrated the weekend of june 14-15 with concerto and Tours High Lif bunt Bell and history to quote the release from City Hall. There la be free shuttle buses Between the sights so Park your car and enjoy out town. Buckeystown june Days Are to be the Craft sad arts St the Stone House pottery and stoves Light refreshments served on the porch of the in at they will have Antiques for Sale and dinner May be reserved in Advance 8744755. Buckey s Antiques has two floors of goodies old books decorator items Etc. Never a Dull moment the Weinberg Center auction was a huge Success with people out bidding each other to reach record highs such As a print of Harry Richardson s and Jim Pearl s water color. Anne Lynn Gross the singing auctioneer was Hollywood fodder in an off shoulder Emerald Green gown the envy of All who admired her. She never looked More dramatic or prettier than with her hair on High and she worked the crowd for the last cent the artistic focal Center of our town stands to be about Richer when the final count is in to which we shout All you Noble volunteers the yearly Swiss summer fest Honor lag rep. Beverly b. Syr ii will take place at the old South Mountain inn in Boonsboro monday evening june 24, beginning at 7 . Dress is informal the menu is German Swiss and there is usually yodelling and dancing in Swiss costumes. It s an evening of fun and friends. The newly elected president of the american newspaper women s club is Marj Skinker editor publisher of women to Tomta in Washington. She succeeds Peggy Weedon television producer As head of the 53-year-old organization of 300 women writers editors publishers and Media professional of radio and to. Marj is a former press consultant and political speech writer and has been an Active press director in Republican politics. She lives in Chevy Chase. She is famous for her Tennis tournaments for and for yearly career showcases that take the form of theater. The Frederick news Post clan of Washington writers Western Maryland columnists and Bureau chiefs gathered at Fred Archibald s Armadale farms near new Market for dinner on the most Beautiful Day of the year. Fred is an avid Plant propagator and enjoys producing new species of Flowers in a scientific Way his avocation. Even Tina James was impressed by his prowess. Honorary cart when a cardiac Rescue technician cart needs to know something about schedules or equipment Etc., they always turn to Jane Page als Secretary for the answer. In appreciation of her dedication above and she was made an honorary cart at the annual banquet held recently. With is. Page Are from left Leesy Mcdonnell and Ruth Binder. Photo by Susan c. Nicol Macclellan Don t appoint liquor inspector by David Rice news Post staff Del. James e. Mcclellan d Frederick said thursday that the Solu Tion to a problem Over conflicting Laws governing salaries paid to Frederick county s liquor commission and inspector is simple Don t appoint the inspector. Gov. Harry r. Hughes last week signed into Law a Bill calling for creation of a new three member Frederick county liquor License commission and doubling to two the number of alcoholic beverage inspectors in the county. The new Law says members of the commission will be paid a year with the chairman of the Board receiving annually. The alcoholic beverage inspectors each will be paid a year under the Law. But in requiring the governor to appoint the existing commissioner and in Spector who Are paid and respectively the new Law creates a conflict with an existing state Law that pro Hibits mid term salary changes for appointed officials serving terms of four years or less. The terms of both liquor Wheaton High class plans 25th reunion the class of 1960 of Wheaton High school will hold its 25th reunion at the Sheraton Potomac on Shady Grove Road saturday june 29. A family Pic Nic will be held the following sunday june 30 at the High school. Graduates who want to make reservations or get More information Call 831 Neser Vaunon Aeau Jiuu u commissioner Louis v. Myers or. And inspector Leo m. Boyle expire May 1, 1987. Mcclellan thursday took full credit for the Legal mix up but claimed there is a Way out. I Don t want to put them the county in a the delegation chairman said. But 1 Don t want to have one inspector making and the other one Mak ing Mcclellan said the simplest solution and the one most consistent with Hughes Aims is for the governor to appoint a liquor commission but not another alcoholic beverages inspector. The move would eliminate Frederick county As the final county in the state store your furniture Frederick 662-7575 self storage i ground Vinyl liner Pool owners the Best Way to enjoy your Pool is to let us take care of it then relax enjoy free at Home estimates various Pool maintenance programs available. Ca1 l 795-5800 with a single liquor and get the new commission that is Hughes main concern Mcclellan said. Meanwhile the Frederick county delegation could submit emergency legislation to the general Assembly next january to allow Boyle a raise before his term expires Mcclellan said. The news Frederick my. Friday Jane e-5 with this Coupon luncheon special big Barney 1 la. French Fries n.29 family restaurant getting through College just got easier. With an f6-m add student loan i of higher education then Stop by any office of Effim Bank and find out about our 8% apr guaranteed student Loans. 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