Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 13, 1955 · Page 3
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 3

Cumberland, Maryland
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Thursday, October 13, 1955
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• Wtl •&'.i^WAtoT^D:^i*<"£ BYfNINO TIMES, •ifcutf .iiiLlMV.. Rbiilinint ^ : € : . ; .-;;;;' •'; .;'Bjr ( ,'CHARLES ;MfcRCER V,/• j- ( : ,V NEW iVORK W^-' ; Will • Rogers .-.'. ence said, "Everything, is funny, as long a's it's • happening to some- .'•:• f'Now mpst .of the comedians'who Afire -coming back to television this "cason .:have : comc -.Hack; 'everything has to: be funny'even, though it's happening to them: instead of . somebody it'lse. ''\-'"'• .'• .'-,-, >'v : '"" . '• GeorgeiGobel. and;Jackie JGiea son are. back. Bob Hope and Milton -..-Eerie- have 1 put. in ../appearance's! Jack Benny! and Jimmy Durante and Red ;,Skeltoii.,and -.Groucho Marx --survive.There are'new faces oh the set such as Johnny. Carson : . arid Phil 1 Silvers. '- '•••' . .-• * It's Persoial Matter • .The business of judging what's . funny 'is pretty much- a^-personal ihatter.' between' a-viewer and-his :. ict;-:-' '. . f ' "'• '•••"•• -. While nobody asked my highly .. personal opinion, here it 'is:any• way/ .-(7 ••;'.- • :••• . • •• • ;'-.- : --. ; . ^' Gobel ihade me laiigh more on .his. opening show than f did'at the .. end of last season • when I. was laughing : pretty, hard.- He's; wisely killed., off: that : husband-wife .rou- . tine and if-he doesn't belabor.his °. e - : ' •mother routine;too heavily, and .-keeps floating lightly. he'll have • irie laughing 'all season. Gleasori,.'on the. other band, Now She Shops "Cash and Carry Without Painful i KucirinE backnchc. litjidadic, ormusciiUl ftches ft . , nmy fame on wtthovei-Hr«;r- . ilmin. A i»l Iulk» who cat and drink unwisely : •ornctlm« t ifuffcr riiild bladder irritation : t .;wtlh that r«IlMui; uncomfonabte fwltuic.' : If jrDtntremi«cniblFitnd wornuuibecMUM' af these d!M»mr(jrt^!)(«ti l s Pills offcn iiclp by Utcir pain relicvine their wxtth- • ing effect to.i-'KKc bliulder intialiou. iiriil fay ihpir mild diuretic action througfi Ute fc Idner* — teDrtinB to lncrr*w the output of U>c 15 toitec.Q( Vfdney. la\>ft. . ; , , . \ . So if nnReinp,l«ck»elie (n«fcw you frt] draKcird-out,misemUe...withr«Ut*((,NlMi>- |f-«f ni£hU... don't wait.. .try Duan'* I*i!U... Itct (h*T nwSie'TiKppir.'rcTJtf'infllioiia hxve «n- Group To Attend Forest* pri liash't amused me. of VThe. lloncymoohers. ot.his husband-wife bickering:roii- .inc. That's his formula','of course, the openers I'm -:dyspeptic:. then/his insistence >hersJ" : rin tired oii lopping eyerybbdy's line nettles and he must figurc^he's stuck with presses.™ as a'•'wiltjr• guy. arid. it. But 1 .don't see' why .he should I lope has his ups and downs with me,' but in general he .gets laughs Btrlc Tries Too Hard . Berle. strikes : me . as. trj-ihg loo hard.. But Benny/, as. relaxed . as ever,; makes - ; me- relaxed- too: Du- rahte .is, in my .wife's ..words, -"a sweet little guy : full of warmth,-' vhich.-is what much of humor should -• be." ' Skelton sinipiy , isn't " ; O.T; C. Acting Olf f iccirs my dish "• because nearly all his routines are hauhtingly familiar. Groiiclio amuses me except when BUNIONS me; Silvers; as :l've'^said before entertains nie mightily'/Carson im admire his'iexperimehtal approach to'.video. . A\' nurhber of area ' men .'are among. 79 advanced .Army 'ROTC students at West. Virginia University, :.Mqrgaht'own', who, have been appointed temporary cadet ; of fi- ' ' '' \ Get tiii. »u D-Scholls linopad STACEY'S MARKET 51 N. Centre St. DIAL PA-4-6S66 .. . . . -..,. , They -include: Maryland— Jqhr . "Holmes, Richard C. Po« and bcrald L '.' liarfisohV Jr., Cumberland; 'John M; Dickinson, Lpnacon- ing; -James F. t>evine;.and Rich. ard C.- Shoppert, Westernpbrt; ! Wayne'.' K. Harrhan, . Accident; t ni«r.Lifii! Roger k. Gibson, Mt. Lake Park.' West Virginia— Max D. Carpen- l !er and William H. Loy.- Romney; Ho ^. D: Di?ve Jr-] . Mathias; Robert J. Coffman and Albert E.' Zalatoris, Davis; Paiil T. Dayjon. 1 William M. Bane and Joe A. Swisher, Keyser. - ..' . ' - Fresh Clams Cherryitbn* . dor 49e Chowder .. . doz 59c -. FreiK and Cooked Shrimp Freih Flounder Filet» Fretr) Haddock Filett Soft Shell Crabi Lobtter Tails Salmon Steort . Halibut Steaks Freih Deep Sea SCALLOPS CRAB MEAT n- CHINCOTEAGUE OYSTERS li. Qts. Pts.-j«-V and in SHEUS Porgics ....... Ib. 29c Norfolk Spots .; Ib. 39e Eels (drctt) .... ib. 49C Cotfiih (dre.t) .. Ib. 59c Sea Trout (large) lb.49c Salt Mack'tl FileMb. 49c . Ro<k''Boss;';Kfi : '-ilb;;! Butter Fijh .. . . Ib. 39c Limited Paliciils PARIS —';11NS1 —' Czechoslovak kian refugee ^sources in Paris say the Czech ministry of- health has ordered hospitals in_ Czechoslovakia to cut,down the lengths of stays of patients and limit the number of patients admitted: The move was taken for economy measures, it was said. : Expensive Salad WASHINGTON-UN'S)—On tiny Providence .Island north of, Madagascar the hearts of coconut palm Irees'pr'oyide a delicacy known,as "the millionaire's salad," says .the National. ^Geographic . Society.,',^ palm heart is obtaining by cutting down a mature tree. To serve ten persons costs abbiil $200. UP TO WITH TOW 010 RtHHCCRATOR M HIAK T«, M* w«k • tb. timt to pi rid erf TOMT oW refi!»•»*<»... while ihm We Mtra tr»d« fcl oflcr IMM. Cocm in or pbooc •••. Refrigerator World's First Air Conditioned Refrigerator Hm't that brand IMW kind 'of refrigerator that's Air ConrfirfiKMrf t« k««P fooch frnb«r. Completely automatic.: Never nwdi defaulting {face 23 iwo d*gn» fnemr. 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