Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 11, 1955 · Page 17
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: EVENING h'p^^%l:-Wv«%''^M''^ I ^Iatkno.rskarsi 7 ci: A Af-vMiv ' •: ..- irs Acting By JACK O'BRIAN ; NEW YORK ,^,(INS>P jjackie .Gleason: last nlghl on,Studio One in a drably powerful drama bas« en a poor-soul-type Brooklyn fel lay, it : QB-.With an equally heavy frniunl'-; ••"•.:.''•'.• ••'.-. .'•<:.. ••-. lowv who.-rises from a horrible emphasized and clobbered Its con'•home life by -successfully appear ing oni:"The |64,ooo.'Question,' •gave 'a 'warm, wallopinKly effeij- in endless needling of kindly, hope . live portrayal: . ' '' '/• :;'..' .'.. ':'•. IMS Uncle Ed. !'.;..:';;•-':'•";:>.;• ...- : -i . . .. He's a very good 'actor, one ot the i few, comedians > who .''can sustain and extend the dimensions of • role' as .written. .I;.;;;.,; .;Last - night's ' Studio \{, One : play, •'Uncle Ed .and 'Circumstances," \vas an idea spawned in Gleasoh's commodious , imagifatiOiv;- and tailored tb t his orderr 'But it's 1 ' our opinion the slory : 'w;as laid on fir too heavily.' '.•:;W;'-'- •/.-''«'•'.-.' '•'•••• Gleason portraySd a member ol a Brooklyn family whose other members JiadJ attained ."-. a fine standing in their civil . service- minded community— one a. police officer, 'another a fireman, a sister; -a teacher, etc. ' '' ''''•. Plaiyj .But Uncle Ed, in the:person of .Gleason; "-.was one ..of those misfits whose good intentions don't make them -suitable--.to: jiglit_ the'^battle of life, cart't'-gef or hold a job, get pushed around,at 'home. : .-:"' i This reign of famiiy'terror was . emphasized fi ,to' a; ; :ridiculoiisly vicious degree of :yerbai abuse and itocial dismissal.; of ."UncIe;Ed" for .anything; but; menial 'errands and Kousehold-'ernbarTassirujnts.', ' v. .-.His rejection through .the -years B> CHARLES MERCER : NEW YORK OtV-The lite World Series has'caused me to"stop shay- ing. No, I'm not letting my bear( ;row because i lost a bet.: Rathw my beard is:a soundless, fuzzy protest against the commercials hat marred the presentation of this' national institution on televi- on.':-: ; : ^vV.;V.V;.i:.f'-' '.V:':,' 1 'Now! that; I've • stopped. wanting o look sharp or: feel sharp or be sharp and have given up.using ei- her the light.or the.'medium or he heavy razor, i'hY taking mj j'aseball coverage next ..seasori in he. daily : paper. The beautiful, steady' flow-.of a. news' story has lever looked so good to me as on .hese.recerit days following a World dream "world 'of< the movies'; ."This led, hirq;" : out..;df.'';his perspnai.'de- priyations': and resulted . in ..an amazing knowledge of the motion •piclure'iiridustry..'^ .:'.... '.: The .use of, "the"; J64!00p Ques- tion" .-wasTnatural. as the clap : of "ings. .'." one' world series: After 1 ----..'--a:—• ".L.:^J^_ i^ "= __:_- ' . happy-ending." thunder • to ' spring '"''. of 1 , his .horrible shameful home . loose this > prisoner.' of 1 . '•' family:."; from, his '-'sha ' .. . .... ., The punchline .was 'apparent from .'the sfarfcthat.'he would 'win. and middle of innings; 1 we got then do I/something"'selfless with cials > n U 16 middle of mil h.'somethlng the $64,000 to permit' "him •• a-get away finally.from that awful family and still leave him an.admir- able character to the spectator. '. • L'. He-signed'the check .over to his Jegree-likc 'relatives' arid .,walked pff.in'Uie rain, a sad. beleaguered but : poignantly triumphant, 'free, though still poor, soul. Gleason has a fine facility for heavy, moody mummery. He has that tragic heaviness of feature 'and. can create 'grieving introspective,silence possible to' mighty few . actors in. TV, reminiscent-of \VqI- heim, ,-Haimur Leo J. Cobb. the men "able to.register tragedy almost instantly by stating a facial mood. • . '••'•'; • ., . .Superior To Vehicle. His artistry last night was far superior to the vehicle, whose villains were just -.tod black to make complete'.sense and-balance, i;. This was a fault of writing; possibly of, direction.. but the abusive air was set so that expert actors such as Mildred Natwick. Cliff Hall, Pat O'Mallcy, Edward Binns and others could do no less than periods for inmates. •.Ther^'cbuld.have,<been; a. far ,'£ s^t,'cSt» : "" more'(telicite. balance in the writ- ~ "" ing, which stated and re-stated and trast.'of a whole family ol hiity people taking sadistic satisfaction M. MtMMC' •fp' rnMsa«ia> fee '.glits Ads Arouse Ire Series caused hfm'-'lpitake.-escape^in the ^f 1 ** Same.; Nowhere in any .news ^iMAm-.'ii.'nvl^ ^'r> ikx-UX~»:«J-• .-fnt.!l Strirv -hait'-triv rnnppntrnHnn hjiAn story : has my concentration been aired by a paragraph to the effect that Pec Wcc; Reese or Hank Bauer shaves/with a It was to : be expected that we'd get com*erciaLs between the in U; : .these people,had a' heavy advertising investment. in bringing us, the. most captive audience ever corralled, the Wbrld.Series.-But we n'ot> only, got commercials in the [ commer- liddles. If I was looking and listening as ntently as I believe, it sounded to me. as though. Casey Stengel'.has ordered his Yankees id shave only with a you know what.-Casey Stengel is a gentleman,I have long admired from a distance; he strikes me as a guy who can Inspire other guys tp do the impossible. But I'm i sad judge of human character if Stengel ever ordered his guys .0 shave with a • Repeal Of !So Smoking Law For Minors Urged SALEM. Ore. tfWames Lamb superintendent of • the Oregon school for delinquent boys,' thinks he state should repeal a law which prohibits minors from smoking. .He uid of'-H9 boys checked a! he reformatory, 112 had smoked continuously for two years. This las resulted in "almost a mas? resistance to the no smoking rule," he said. He proposed controlled smoking WISHING 1 Heclattred OTSTPitcht Ofltct. 48 5 . - «'•",:•*.-, 738627 83 A U-. E N A A, EPIC B S 'E C.I Z8 3 574 8 t 3 7 2 R U."'A'~N T G R E U O E 8.43 67 2 5 8 3 7 •G O T -C F S O E- Y H 24 & O -L U 2 6 48 T3 7 « 25 4 38 2" F ' H D O L E E D G. E I F I 8 : 3 6 2 8 4 .7 : 3 « 8 2 7 6 . H K C ;'A H N A E K .' O. M V T 46 53.7 2 « 4 5 3 « 2 8 ' P O, C • A E . O S L A . R I N P 2 ,6 4 3~~S" S. 'N - N EH 3 ..7 2 « : 4 5 3 O N D? G X S S .TJERE li a pltasant little game that will live you a menage every. i* * day. It Is a numerical puzzle designed to ip»U out your fortune. Count the letters in your first name. If th« number of letters is £ or 'more, subtract 4.,I( the number is less than (, add 1. Tht result is yourTtty numbtr.'Start at the upper left-hand corner ol the rectangle arid check every one of your key numbers, left to right. Then Tejd the message the letters under'the checked figures five you. .. .KPsU'.y. '.;•.•*.-..•. TOM».;- •-"•-.':'•;. (nttaHat,. Osairt »).'. iiM'ttMUairv, .' '.:-.'••'' 5:05 Bui. And Bill ', 5:JONews .'..9:49 Pitt.Farad* 6:M RIB Tin Tie) <:M Time Out ... -, . «:« Ranch Gala 7:<w Martha Raye , • tiia Studio 57 , • liM Red Skeito'n Show" 9:00 K4.0W auesUoo '.i 9:30 Stand In For Dan 10:00 World Tonight •:- . 10: IS Trlanile Theatre \: 11:M Sporta Kinal, , -' 11:15 Swing Shin Theatre TOMOt»OW 6:00'Today Garroway. a:00 Wayne Griffbr Show 9:00 Garry Moore Snow 9:30 Woman's-Angle' \- , 9:4S Arthur Godfrey * . 10:30 Strike It Rich ; : 11:00 News. .-.- ' i '. . 11:15 Cartoons - .- .-...11:30 Search For Tfl 11:45 Guidlnf LIXht : . • 1Z:00 BUI Brant Show.', •.-'-• IZiM Kay's Kltchtn -. . '• . 1:00 Robert a. Uwls 1:30 Meet Your Nellbbor 1:00 Bli PayoII. . • 2:90 Playhouse 3M .:,--..' STATION WSVA, . (HarrU«a»i. Chaaael I) . , •/••.TODAY. ••„.'.. 5:00 Western~fraUs '' - ' £:00 Documentary Theater 6:15-News, Sports • •• 6:25 Markets, Weather -'.. 8:30 FUm. Theatre •'•'.•••••:•:'• 7:00 Calvalcade Theatre -• 7:30 Never Get Rich 8:00 Klreslde Theater.- .• 1:30 Red Skelton Show - ; 9:00.Mystery, Theatre:/' .. 9:30 The Pendulum 10:00 Masquerade Party ' 10:30 Wrestllns . .. .., -.- .I1:M Teaman Ernie ,' lliM ruthtr Your Nfil i UiW Future 1:00 AlltnnoB 'fM-ttt Mick'?' • .t:3t fm To B» Mtrriid I«:U Sporli . f.M U««iy Tbomii, , «•» Civ«lcnt». ThNtrc'.'.' ; »:00 TittM V«rt«l«i:;. ; «:*) Mr. DUtrlct M -!»;« Ncwi. WtiUMr 1:00 Film Theatre.. • 1:30 Search For Tomorrow 12:00 Fllin Playhouie F 12:30 Welcome Traveleri.. 1:00 Movie Matinee- 2:OO.PIayhouse-3 3:00 Brighter Day ". . : : 3:15 Felih Theatre 3:30 On Your Account • 4:00 Pinky Lee Show "-. 4:30 Howdy Doody. '. ' . : STATION WltC , CWllblntfim, Ch.nurl I) (Onberliiiil Oble I)" . TODAY. ; • .: 5:00 F'ootllght .Ttieatra •' ' 5:45 Weather - - ' 5:50 News, Sporta 6:00 Superman ; . .. •' - v 6:30 Dinah Shore '-.'.• 6:45 Newt Caravan-.. :' 7:00 Martha Raye ... »:00 Fireside Theatra • ' 8:30 Pljywrlibli Hour 9:30 Ble Town • 0:00 Newa ' 0:15 Weather, Sporta ..- . 0:30 Tonight ,- 3:00 Way of World 1 3:15 first'Love -'. 3:30 Mr, Sweeney ' 3:45 Modern Romances 4:00 Pinky Lea Show ..'•: 4:30 Howdy. DMxly : . STATION WTTO ,/, ' (Wasfebsflofl. .Channel fi) (CissksrlaX Cakla 5) . "•• i'.", -. TODAY' ' -. / .9:00 Lamb Session • .: ' 6:00 Iloppity Sklpplly , «:30 Name That Tune .7:00 Matthew Warren .7:15 Yesterday's Newsreel -7:30 Superman .•'.-.. ,7:45 Ern-Westmore !: .1:00 Million Dollar Movie: »:3P Paris Precinct " : . 10:30 Wrestling ' IliOO.Matthew Warren : ll:10 Featurama • ' ; ' .TOMOEROW ' . 9:05 Moralni Hymn , ' 9:10 Serial.Theater • ,. 9:30 Looney Tunes .• . ' f 10:00 Academy Theater -11:45-It's Time To Eat 12:00 Two In A Row - . 1:00 Adventure - . 2:00 Ladles. Be seated , ~: 3:30^Ern Westmore -3MO Serial.Theater ' 4:00 Gene Autry STATION WJAC ..:,..'• (Jenastevn, Channel I) : - • .TODAY ' '5:00 Sports Page .5:15 World.News '.•':' 5:30 Stop The Music • 6:00 Robin Hood 6:30 Dinah Shore .' : - . 6:45 News Caravan .•*'• • 7:00 Martha Raye . -8:00 Fireside *rheatre . 8:30 Playwright Hour . 1 9:30 Al Hitchcock -.. JO-.OO Double Feature . - l!:00'News/;.' • . . •. ;',,]. .;-:.TOMo'iiat6w -' ••'; .6:00 Today Garroway 8:15 Alornihg Devolions. 8:30 Garry Moore Show 9:00 Ding Dong School . 9:30'Search For. Beauty 10:00 Brighter Day 10:15 Film • 10:30 Strike It Rich ... ' 11:00 Tennessee Ernie 11:15 Love Of Life . 11:33 Feather Your Neat 12:00 Valiant Lady. . • •12:15.Love of Life :lO:I5«udlo 7.. •:< '.'. '-. ; TOMO«KOW . 13:30 Cartoon Concert' 12:59 News ..: •:". , . . 1:00 Ladlea Home Theatre : 9:30 Quit Club •- V .''2:55 News :•.":•. • ' '.' 3:00 Studio"?.. , : •:,- 3:30 Clown Corner. .'.' : •3:55'News '.-:''. ••' .-• '4:00 Mickey:Mouse Club •'. '••''• STATION .Wlbr (Waskks|taai, .Cksuel 9> : (Cukaelland Cakle I) .. '..',• •;TODAY'- •• .: ' 5:00 Range Rider. ' •: ' 5:30 Spotlight. •-• .'•' ' • - 5:45 News.".'. • '•.'•' ;6:00 Favorite Husband ' 6:30 Amos And Andy ' •7:00 Navy Log -, . . 7:30: You Never .Get. Rich - e-.oo Meet Millie : .:: g:30 Red 'Skelton Show. 9:00 164.000 Question -\ '•. - 9:30 Waterfront.:, . -. , 10:00 Boston Bill-He ,0:30 Stories Of Century. 11:00 The 11 Report : , 11:13 Patil Page,- .'. i-' I1.-30 The Late show. : , E:55 Mpnilng Medltatlol 7:00 Billy. Johnson Show 8:00' Donna Invitation • g:30 Mark'Evahs .: ,9:00'Garry Moore ' . ,9:30'Arthur Godfrey. . . '10:30 Strike It Rich 11:00 Valiant Lady ' 11:15 Love Of'Llfe . : . - :. 11:30 Search For-Tomorrow .11:45 GuldUig Light . ~ E2:00 Jack Paar Show - . t2:» Welcome .Travelera. . 1:00 Robert Q. Lewis- . . 1:30 House Party. '•• < •'. >.2:0fl Big Payoff ' 2:30* Bob Crosby [ . .3:00 Brighter Day . ' 3:15 Secret Storm - 3:30 On Your Account 4:00 Pick Temple Ranch ' STATION WFBG . :' (AllooBa.. Channel.10) '5:00 News . ;.-•': •'. ' 5:15 Bobo The Hobo 5:30 Holiday , . 5:45 Local Sports'. • 6:00 Sports News 6:15 John Daly Newa 6:30 Warners' Present Guy Lombardo : 12:30. Search For.Tomorrow. 8:00. Danny Tliomas 5:45 Today On Farm . . 6:00 Today - .. - •- : . 8:00 Little Rascals - . 8:30 Romper Room 3:00 Ding Dong School 9:30 Search For Beauty 12:45 Guiding. Ught .. 1:00 Fun To Reduce • ; . "1:15 Jack Paar . •'. •'•'•' - 1:30 Welcome -Travelers 2:00 Robert.Q. Lewis :2:30 House Party . 2:45 Movie Quick Quiz . - 3:00 The Big PayoII •" 3r30 Bob Crosby ' - .4:00 Date With Life 4:30 Howdl Doody 7 - STATION WMAL (Washinilon. Channel .7) (Cinbeilanil. Cable 1) \ TODAY . S:00 Tnwn And Country . 5:30 News, Weather 5:45 Jim Gibbons • •'6:15 John Daly News ' 6:30 Wamprs Present Answer to Pr«viou» Puzzl* 38 Fish 39 Sea nymph 41 Requires • FiUmauricft 7 She is in ». • '; radio —— » rii**..^*«j UBxpunger-'^Jg^,, JJSwaggtr 11 Maple geniu 15 Paused 12 Wile of 1« Rived Tyndareus 17Makelac« ig Houte (ab.) 'edging . ,. 2ijjju n g .,., -18Before •" ..: 'devices ' 20 British money22 Auricle of account 23 Universal Jl Cores language ' 25 Thanklcsi Oficjj gays 28 Musteline 25 Roman date •' mammal 26 African river 42 Vipers 32 Moslem gold 27 Chew ' 43 Jump coin 33 Go by aircraft 34 Enthusiastic • ardor 35 Leather thonr 36 Drain 38 High-wrought 40 Dispatcher* 42 Fourth Arabian caliph 4JAlw«yt (poet) 48 Goddess of the dawn 49 Infirm 52 Everlasting (poet.) 55 Separated SSPreswr 57 Eating . . implement! M Eaters DOWN 1 Saucy 2 Scope ' 3 Spar 4 East (Ft.) 29 Gull-like bird 44 Nested boxes 30 Period! ot 46 Sea eagle .time ., ,47Heavy blow 31 Stout cord: .48 Weights at 35 Steamer (ab.) India:. - . 37 Musical note 50 Oriental name 51 Diminutive) of Leonard S3 Three time! (prefix) t\ 22. f TV... NEWS by Abel Cabk •I CBS'Joe ond Mobol telefilms, will still replace Mt«rt Milli* • ESTHER WILLIAMS will be a guest on Omnibui i~, Oct iOth Omnibus, at an unannounced date ~Vtll dramatti* GEN BILLY MITCHELL'S court martial • .GARRY MOORE has added a "Fi»« Ctnt Qne». tioii" feature to his morning show • Annual (tingling trot. Circut, Christmas Party at Sarasota, Flo will be televised by CBS Friday, Dec' Idth-iNBC will televise the circus in New ^ork next spring in. color • Edward ft Murrow's in PtnoH to Nr*ftn seems , ,very real Watch for listings in TV Guide, so 'you 1 won't miss ieeing your important person • Jack Webb will still continue to star in Dragnet • You Nimt It! Cumberland's Coble TV has it' Call Us Now. Potomac Valley Television Co. 100 S. Liberty St. PA 2-4540 Legioii Auxiliary Installs Officers Mrs. Mae Washington has been installed as president of the Auxiliary Unit of; Fulton Myers Post 53, American Legion, at ceremon ies in Ihe post home: recently. Mrs. Blanche Festermah, Frostburg, Mountain District vice president, installed the following other officers: Mrs. Hilda Stephens, first vice president/: Mrs. Opal .Jones, second vice president. Mrs. Ella Beckward, recording secretary, Mrs Louise Williams, corresponding secretary, Mrs Bessie Taylor, treasurer Mrs Lina Yatcs, historian. Mrs Mary Trent and Mrs Helen Woods color bearers and Mrs Mdnzella' Trimble,; Sergeant .it arms. Guests included members of Legion posts in Frontburg, Ml Sav age -arid . Cumberland. ; Refreshments ' were served following the installation Nine Men For Navnl Service > The- local Navy recruiting office has enlisted nine area men this month They are fceorgo Leroy Nctzcr, 19, Wiley Ford, Hugh Samuel Frimd, 17. 4* Humbird Street, Dee Maurice Oliver Bucklcw, II, of 320 North Mechanic Street, Richard Irwin Gift, 17, «1 Walnut Street, Wettenport, Kenneth Allen Mil ter, JO, Wood Stn«t Extended, I Weiteraport; Piul Prink Pulten barger, 17, Mlllef Rowtj R«mHejfi Piul Marvin Klmble. J 17, Upptr Trict, W. Vl , Allen Lw Gets, 17, MooredeM, and June* Bennett Miller, 17, MO Welch Street, Kqr- ser, hav« tnll»te<l, Looking Down COLORADO SPRINGS-dNS)- The highest' 'Ground Observer Corps post in the United ; States is atop 14,110-foot Pike's. ;Peak in southern - Colorado;. 1 The actual post is built 65 feet above the rocky summit of the peak, thus raising it to 14,175 feet. .It.is.the only post its the country,-; where observers may actually look downward t(KSpotaircraft. SByTENTEBNit 1 Ifwor/ceo ay me ou***tij*K ; r wpfvifwuy^ ^~ WOiXDeTrXeijt rCALLS HIMSELF . CWIMS TO BB A MOVE WSSHOT. 1 L BUT HOaVWOOP WANTS NO Ik PART OF HIM fe 'BAKE?, HERE'S A CM MAM OPTHE VWRST SOKT. FRSYINSONTH056 WHO CAN SENP PETECT/VE 9AKSK IN.VVE'LL eer THEM ON SOME CHAKSES.THAT WIU-'STICIf; -i* SJy-Snww6B.V WELL, vie. iS\NeiTHE<z SHE A now TO eer taocfiw /WJSVCHC euy 5OME SPECTACLES, i TUB ei &i **-•'--•* y . j TONV/lfcOU. WALK NTD THEN THE RJM BE6N& «y ME56KH& BOOM LIKE -iOL» SOU WALk ON 9TA6E, S*M LIK6 •ioufce MJWZJO. eooc UJCK- MIGHT - FDLLO1V- CXAY, IF nXI £4V SO, IT'S i gSEcZS cKJIE <XXX> BUT THIS 9T 5CAZSS FOR A MILUI3U UUSHS, ANO ME ABE YOU SURE / YOU'LL >«V6 WE ACUcY TO MOTHINS WILL ™/ 6ET OUT. OF-THAT 6O WSO»*Sf yOs^rear JA.Mj.NCW KiT IT! 6UT, &6&.SS, HOW.CAU I PULL.OFF A && LIKE •SOBSINS'.YOUK SAF6? ^ VDUOWE POAM.THE FIRE ESCAPE AT MIDNISHT TOrtOBUCW. THE WMX3W WIU BE CP6M AND /MASEE, VVOJLP \M CCM6 5E5AS.IHTHS TIPPED OFF THAT MV SAFE IS WINS 35 E038EP1 OUR BOARDING HOUSE with OUT OUR WAY By R. J. Williams I .THOU6HT VOL) VJERE WEU- L ,THERE WA5 THREE OTHER OOTPIT5 BLr/IMV THIS'rJ.DRttJKS TR/IV, TO HIRE HIM.' THEY ear HIS HAT, SHIRT, AW PANTS, BUT WE <3OT HIM—BEST RANCH COOK IM THESE BUSTS.' YE GODS.' 1 TOLD'iOUTO TKTTO HIRE . A MEW COOK, NOT TO SHANGHAI ONE: COMTEMT6 OFAW LUUCH PAll- 8:30 Civalcade -Theatre *:00 China smith - : • ^9:30 My F>rorite Huibam 10:00 News '. ' 10:15 Weather Heport '• tO:20.The Ute Show • TpMOKitOW ,»:!» Western Tbeatr* . .9:00-H*rmony Time 9:1J S«rtll Thettrt' to.-W Flynn'i Inn ' ' U:H Tenneuec £mie ' '' ' ' ... 11:45 Stan On Pared* . 12:00 Jack Pear Show 12:30 Morie Matinee ' ' 2:00 Ted Mack Show 2:30 Pays To Be Man-led 3:00 Store Girl . : 3:30 Serial Theatre '4:00 Micky -Mouse Club 54 Eternity THAT GIVES ME AN IDEA Dg.'t Itt Bttlt Imblc* "l« four |o»l ;oui*eH • tuffr !««• Hf b» «>»»!«« refrMfci * Wrifkf'f SfMiplil CM. Tta« tttlMdn ifMr; •111 Him cktwtaK fcdn Wrlfln't SMmkit G» *T«T "1«T

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