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Page 4 May 11,1978 The Wellesley Townsman

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French comedy, 'Obscure


Object' wins critics' praise

TUESDAY-TWO SHOWS DAILY

"A TANTALIZING TEASE...


for adukt who've done a liltlr living... drlight In the watching'.'
III'IIHCRISI

I think that "That Obscure


Object erf Desire" directed by
Luis Bunuel, should be handsomely voted in as the best
foreign film of the year" is
Bruce McGabe's reaction to the
current Playhouse attraction,
playing here through Tuesday.
Starring Fernando Rey, Carole
Bouquet and Angela Molina, the
French comedy piece was called
"triumphantly funny and wise"
by Vincent Canby.
A story about an old, but
wealthy, man's lust for a
beautiful, but poor, young girl,
the film was selected as one of
the best ten of year by such
critics as Charles Champlin,
Judith Crist, Vincent Canby,
Gene Shalit, Pat Collins and Jack
Kroll, to mention only a few. It is
shown here in French, with
Knglish subtitles.
Coming to the Playhouse
beginning Wednesday of next
week is one of the year's top
films, "Julia," starring Jane

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That Obscure
Object
Of Desire

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head WRSB radio
station at Rivers

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ST. FRANCIS OF ASSISI


An original musical
brought back by popular demand
to benefit

The Greater Boston Walk for Hunger


Performance. SAT.. MAY 20 at 8:30 p.m.
at Christ Church United Methodist. Wellesley
Tickets: $2.50 adults

Rivers School in Weston has


announced the appointments of
Pierre Bouvard, 6 Brookfield
circle as Station Supervisor, and
Nathan Smith, 680 Washington
street, as vice-manager of
Station WRSB The radio station
is owned by the school and
operated entirely by students at
Rivers and Wellesley High
School.
To qualify for broadcasting,
students must meet the
requirements established by the
FCC which include passing an
FCC test for a Third Class radio
operator's license. WRSB is
heard on 88.3 FM and reaches
towns surrounding Weston. including Wellesley. Public service
announcements sent to the
station are included in the
broadcasts.

EOCCER
CHAMPIONSHIP

WritCAMPHAtf MOON
Gi -i.i. ,i , MA 01230

$1.00 children

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Available at the Church Office mornings only.


9 Wellesley Ave Wellesley

WELLESLEY TENNIS SCHOOL


AT BABSON
SUMMER 1978
REGISTRATION INFORMATION
SESSION A:
SESSION B:
SESSION C:

June 3 - 29
July 5 - 25
July 31 - Aug. 18

Weekday, Weeknight and Weekend Plans Available


For registration come to the

WELLESLEY TENNIS SHOP


572 Washington St., Wellesley Square
or call

Fonda, Vanessa Redgrave, Jason


Robards Miximilian Schell and
Hal Holbrook. Based on a true
story by Lillian Hellman. a
brilliant playwright who today,
in her 70s. is still writing
creatively, the film is portrayal
of the relationship between two
women who grew up together
and then found themselves living
In two rather different worlds.
Jane Fonda portrays Ms.
Hellman, while Vanessa
Redgrave is cast in the title role
as "Julia," the girl who grew tip
in luxury, then went to Germany
at the beginning of World War II
to assist the anti-Hitler
movement.
...
Ms. Redgrave was recognized
for her role, receiving the
Academy Award for "Best Supporting Actress." The film was
also awarded the Oscar for "Best
Screenplay" from an existing
story. Ms. Fonda was nominated
as "Best Acress"- - an award
that many will say she deserved
in this portrayal. Also nominated
from this film was Jason
Robards who does a masterful
job in his portrayal of Hellman's
lover and mentor, Dasbiell
Hammett.

Presentation of the first annual


Wellesley Awards May 19, will
recognize local residents for outstanding service and mark the
dedication of the Wellesley Community Center. 219 Washington
St.
Even though the building was
opened last fall. President Philip
B. Rand and Charles L. Hoffman,
chairman of the board, have been
preparing for formal dedication
of the 14,000 sq. ft. building. Friday, May 19, has been chosen as
the special occasion for the
dedication and the presenting of
the Center's first Wellesley
Awards.
In making the announcement
of the activities. Rand pointed
out that "everyone is cordially
invited to the dedication
ceremonies" which will take
place at 6 p.m. Congresswoman
Margaret Heckler of Wellesley
will be guest speaker for the
event which will take place at the
entrance of the building Rand
will preside at the dedication.
This past week every resident
of Wellesley received an
invitation to both the dedication
activities and the First Annual
Wellesley Awards dinner, which
will start at 7 p.m. with complimentary cocktails Dinner will
be served at 8 p.m.
Those receiving awards that
evening include Mrs. Paul T.
Babson. a long-time Wellesley
resident now living in Boston, in
honor of her many years of civic
service to the Wellesley Friendly
Aid and the Newton-Wellesley
Hospital and Miss Ella N Buck,
who served 41 years as principal
and teacher at the Brown School.
Retiring in 1965. Miss Buck now
resides in Vermont.
Other recipients are Dr. and
Mrs. J. Robert Lyman, two of the
town's most beloved residents
and Lawrence B. Rice, who will
be recognized for his years of
dedicated service to the youth of
Wellesley "1 think he has taught
every youngster in town to play
tennis." said Rices neighbor,
Sherman Bedford.
Attorney Henry D White will
receive the Wellesley Award for
his S3 years of leadership of

(next to Red Cross Station)

In our 20th season, we offertraditional and innovative programs


for children ages 5 through 12.
Period III July 31 -Aug. 11
Period IV Aug. 14-25

D AQUATICS
CANOEING
CRAFTS
SPORTS
ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION

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D PHOTOGRAPHY
G MUSIC
SPECIAL EVENTS

Wellesley Potters' Association

FENCING WITH FLAVIN.. .WBZ-TV personality Dick Flavin, left, was featured speaker at the
Wellesley Chamber of Commerce annual dinner Wednesday, May*. Talking with the political
satirist are: (I. to r.) Maxlne Welntraub, executive director of the Chamber, Robert Skolnick,
president and Austin Baker, treasurer. The dinner was a whopping success with over 245 in
attendance at Babson's Trim Dining Hall. Photo by Mike McAvoy

Troop 182 at the Wellesley Hills


honored will receive an engraved
Congregational Church. Starting
Paul Revere pitcher in pewter.
as an assistant Scoutmaster in
Rand went on to say that the
1925. Mr. White has been with the
community center is making this
troop as Scoutmaster since 1927.
an annual event. Mr. Ernest
Rand indicates that Mr. White Henderson III, vice-president of
will attend the function to
the community center, is
receive the award but will not
chairman of the dedication
arrive until after the weekly
activities. Other committee
meeting of his Scout troop. "His
members include Mrs. Peter B.
first responsibility has always
Sholley, Mrs Robert H. Traylor,
been to the boys," commented
Mrs. Vincent C. Dwyer, Jr.,
Ranrt
Joseph Strazzulla, Hoffman and
Chosen to present each of the
Rand.
recipients oi the Wellesley
Proceeds from the dinner will
Award are Mrs. Jarvis Farley
benefit the Building Fund of the
for Mrs. Babson, G. Arnold
community center. Charles L.
Haynes for Miss Buck, David L.
Hoffman will serve as master of
Babson for Dr and Mrs. Lyman,
ceremony for the awards dinner.
Gregory P. Hills for Mr. Rice
The dinner and program will
and State Senator David H.
be held in Henderson Hall at the
Locke for Mr White.
community center. According to
"The Wellesley Awards
Rand, seating is limited and
recognize the immense
reservations by May 12 are
contributions of these fine people
necessary. Patron tickets are 150
to the life of our town," said
and sponsors are $25 each.
Rand. "Each person deserves
Reservation information is
the appreciation and gratitude of
available through the community
all of us." The individuals being
center office at 235-4172.

Senior neighbors
Bridge: May 16, 1:30-4 p.m., at
Sprague School
AARP Meeting: May 16, at
1:30. in Trim Hall. Babson
College.
Blood Pressure Clinic: Blood
pressure check will be taken
every Tues beginning May 16June 27 at the Board o/ Health,
324 Washington st. from 3:304:30 by appointment only. For an
appointment call the Board of
Health. 235-0135. by ihe previous
Friday No charge. Blood
pressure also taken at regular
Keep Well Clinic each Thurs. at
Sprague School.
Coffee and Conversation: May
18, at Morion Circle, 10-11:30.
Keep Well Clinic: May 18 and
each Thursday at the Sprague
School from 12:30-3:00 for blood
pressure check and nutritional
counseling. No charge and no
appointment necessary.
Arts & Crafts May 18, 2-4, at
Morton Circle.
RSVP Opportunity of the

Week: Don't think that


summertime is not the time to
begin volunteering: it is, and
RSVP has indoor and outdoor
opportunities' for volunteers
Indoors, a volunteer is needed to
teach
Mah
Jong
and
Backgammon to seniors at the
Community Center, once a week
Outdoors, volunteers who enjoy
working with children are needed
by daycare centers and the Wellesley Girl Scout Camp to lead
nature study walks and projects.
Transportation assistance to
these and all RSVP placements
is available. If you are
interested, call Jane Berk. Tuesday mornings at 235-3961
On Prl. the Star Market
sponsors free service to their
shopping area 9:30-3:30. Call
Fells Taxi, 235-4161, the day
before lor these services. Other
Council Services: Call the
Council office if you have
questions or problems.

GIVE HIM SOMETHING


THAT WILL LAST FOREVER
A CAMP EXPERIENCE IN THE FINEST TRADITION
New li ends, skills, dail) routines, personal responsibilities,
ramaraden of group living, balanced program, est'd ls>22,
mature stall, accredited, beautiful camp sue in the Berkshire's of
Western Mass.. brochure: P.O. 188. (it Harrington. MA. M M
Edward Mann (41.1)528-0440 or M M Marc Hcvman (617)5838818.

Camp Half Moon

SOCCER CAMP
Boys & Girls
Suburban Soccer School
Babson College, Wellesley

Thro* Sessions
Boys - August 7 thru 11
August 14 thru 18
Girls - August 21 thru 26

For information, registration or brochure, call or visit Needham YMCA,


1191 Greendale Ave. 444-6400

OPEN HOUSE
Sunday, May 21,1- 3:30 PM

Camp Quinobequin **-

Camp Telephone:
244-8960

TRANSPORTATION AVAILABLE

Wellesley Hills
(Congregational Church

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Period II July 17-28

Special tutorial program in math,


reading and language art skills
are offered. Tutorial program
director Mrs. Simons 244-0586.

PEMBROKl
RUMMAGE?
SALE

*&sd*
Period I July 3-14

DAY CAMP
West Newton, Mass.
BOYS AND 6IRLS. 4 to 12

Outstanding citizens honored at


Community Center dedication

SATURDAY,
MAY 13
10 to 2

AL ALADJEM JR.
235-0832

THE FESSENDEN SCHOOL

For information writ*:


Suburban Soccer School,
189 Wellesley Avenue. WliMley Hide, 02111 or call
237-9617.

Bloodmobile
at Hills Church
The need for blood and blood
products increases daily. Help
save a life; join the privileged
group, by becoming a blood
donor. Wellesley's Red Cross
bloodmobile will be at the Hills
Congregational Church, Route
16, Thursday, May 18, 2-7:30 p.m.

STEVEN'S PHARMACY
Wtiitsitv Mil

BEGINNING AND INTERMEDIATE POTTERY


Tues. & Thurs., 9:30 AM - 12 noon.
8 sessions. Class limit 12. $70.
Instruction in basic handbuilding and throwing skills.
Introduction to glaze application and oxidation firing of
stoneware and porcelain. Raku firing to be scheduled.

Wheelthrowing clinic for those who wish to improve throwing


skills. A limited number of pieces may be glazed and fired.

Call our 24 hour prescription


service & your medication will
be ready the next day You
pick-up or we deliver!

235-0557

Schneider Center, Wellesley College


July 5-28
Instructors: Daisy Brand
Pat Doran

INTENSIVE THROWING WORKSHOP


Wed., 9:30 - 11:30 AM or 1-3 PM.
4 sessions. Class limit 6. $30.

24 HOUR
PRESCRIPTION
SERVICE

390 Washington Si

SUMMER
CERAMICS
WORKSHOPS

STUDIO PRACTICE TIMF. TUES. AND THURS. AFTERNOONS 12:00 - 4:30.


Classes open to students 15 and up. Tuition includes instruction, studio practice time, all materials, tools and firing. Refunds only in the event of class cancellation.
REGISTRATION: send name address, phone number and
check to:
Wellesley Potters' Association
Schneider Center, Wellesley College
Wellesley, Massachusetts 02181
or call (617) 235-0320 ext. 701

PINE MANOR TENNIS CAMP


CHESTNUT HILL, MASSACHUSETTS
On the campus ot
PINE MANOR COLLEGE
Eleventh Year of Operation
Instruction and Competition at'AII Levels
For Boys and Girls ages 8-16
Day Plans - Two four-week sessions

June 26 - July 21 and July 24 - August 18


LIMITED ENROLLMENT
Adult Clinics - Two One-Week Sessions
June 12 - 16 and June 19 - 23
(Private Instruction for Adults available upon request)
11 Outdoor Courts - Indoor Courts Available
U.S.PT.A. Certified Instructors
USTA sanctioned Junior "B" Championships Singles

Boys and Girls, ages 16 & under and


14 & under, July 7-9
Write or Call:

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