Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on January 6, 1949 · Page 20
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 20

Cumberland, Maryland
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Thursday, January 6, 1949
Page 20
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TWENTY EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND,- BID., THURSDAY, JANUARY G, -1949 Phone -1600 for a WANT ,AD Taker Vaudeville. Back On Strand .-Staafe ~ Entertaiiiiiig Program PJeases Opening Day A large matinee.' audience greeted the rciurn of vaudeville to Cumberland at, the Strand. Theatre yesterday afternoon,.' and capacity docks, .brother • and sister, whose parents did a dance act in the heyday of vaudeville.'The younger Hay- r, ., -j-v i •« docks were the dancing stars of SUIT IlOCJteteCl "Oklahoma." Lee Manner varies he:- song of- ferings'with two whistling numbers, including the "Poet and Peasant' overture. PJncus and Poster arc comedians Veil above the average. The former Is n star of other days, perfect in timing and. amazing in versatility. crowds attended the- two night His partner, is one of the prettiest .-shows. Judging by .the applause nnd (dishes' offered here in a long time, audience comments, " '' -- • - Wednesday-Thursday Former Port Operator' Sues Cify Council Cumberland Airway's, suit' renewed, a difference arose over the amount due the firm from the city because of a difference of opinion on 'certain expense items appearing in the financial. statement submitted to ;h-a city by the company. Under the terms of the '.ease, the city was to receive all airport profit:; !.one i;e riles rotest BALTIMORE— (XPJ— The city gov- iarsc part ot the telephone com-: FraJ i ce ' s "Thank You" p'any's subscribers live in Baltimoreirp • |-» ^ ? «:,,,.„ and that the city itself is a sub- tl ' Ult ~ m< " *" 3laLC stantial customer. tion, said the 49-car train would arrive in Baltimore 'Jan. 28. • ' ANNAPOLIS—(/P)—An eight-man committee is planning Maryland's-]. 1 Telephone Company ernment today c.inic out In opp'osi- which servos nil bu Believe miseries direct —ivllhout " train. Prance's reply" to tlic "F;ie:ici-. ,ion to a proposed telephone rntcjof Maryland, asked the PSC on over,- $1,000. per year. The dispute approve rate ii> results, officials said, over the audi- increase throughout Maryland. creases which would cost Maryland John P. Trimmer, director of thei Maryland- Department ol' Informa- tor's analysis of the operation state- residents about $0,000,000 and would against the Mayor and City Council Maryland Public Service Commis- ment and some items shown as ex- boosi the company's net revenues of Cumberland for ..$10,000 damages. sion asking to incervonc in. the r;tlc penses. When the matter was a.irecl by about $4,000,000. It also asked temporary increases increase applications. o by city officials, they William J. Graham entered 'into a "It is the considered' opinion." said agreed that total payment 'should Happy''Go Lucky, Joe 'Barker presents his CHUCKWAGON outcome of its'appeal fo Monte- Wolfe, billed as "England's contract with the City of Cumber- the petition, "that (the city's) best be withheld until a settlement was Joy. Boy," is. more than that. He interests require that it actively op- to the oper.ition of nt the Strand are certain "to be docs dialect and impersonations and the Cumberland Municipal Airport. pose any increase in present tcle- The city contends, according- a permanent feature of the Cumber- a medley of George M. Cohan songs T2ie agreement was subsequently ns- Spain first fortified Correcidor t reports at that land entertainment picture. The just as- the " ------ • • Yankee • Doodle The petition pointed out that Igned by Graham to the- Cumboi ,-i. jniard Manila. entitled to $2,168.01 for the two-year leoso period. At>that time the com- pany'claimed -fe8,502.25 still due from opening show will be repented to- Dandy entertainer would have done land Airways, Inc. Headlroers ore the Three Fon- t is claimed, the Mayor and Council taines, wo men and a girl acrobat, provided for the matinee show and a agreed to pay the plaintiff for -ccr- Charles Z. Heskett and. John T. •who do breath-taking bal-.ncing and tain capital Improvements Fey are attorneys for the company. tumbling routines. airport. It is further alleged that •.Cumbnrland,, Maryland Preceding them, in the order of Manager John Manuch plans-to •vhen the claim for these improve- wood lor matches is sawed into their appearance, are. .The Hay- build up the offerings from week io- mcnts, less depreciation, was pre- pJanks two inches thick, seasoned With 'Little Shirley week, booking- "big names" once in sented, the icty refused payment.. for. two years, and -then sawed into a wiiile as the main essential to a . City officiaJs said the Cumberland good program. The- opening show Airways, Inc., operated.the Munici- J:as plenty of entertainment value. pal Airport here for two years and A cockroach gets an entire new Londonderry Twp. Auditorium • • ' Hyndman, Pa. when the contract skin'-seven, times before it matures Veal Garnish Pnpj-ika ,-pear halves are very effective as a' garnish with a veal roast. Work paprika 'into cream cheese and 'roll iinto balls. Fill center of pear with cheese' ball, put on'the rack with'.the roast during the last few minutes . of cooking. Cook until slightly melted; Serve hot with'roast. ONE SUNDAY AFTERNOON In Technicolor — SCREEN FEA "SMART GIRLS DON'T TALK" VIRGINIA MAl'O BRUCE BENNETT VAUDEVILLE PRICES: JanuaryvJth 8:00 P.- M. Admission 30c & 60c Mat. Allults line Chilli. :i;« Eve. AduUs Tlic Cliilff, -I-lc STAKTS TWO SUSPENSE-PACKED-HITS! You can get away ANYTHING... if you've got the VELVET TOUCH! 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