Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 13, 1955 · Page 28
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Dial l'A-Z-4UOU Jor • VYAiVl' Al> 'XuK«r EVENING TIMES, CUMIJEULANU, MO., TJIUKSUAV, OCTOilEK 13, J!>a5 TWENTY-FIVE OUT OUR WAY Bv R. J. Williams OUR BOARDING HOUSE ' . with MAJOR HOOPLI THEWORRVWART <„ ,, M .,^.^. X^ WISHING : Ref istered u. S. Patent Office. 5 >8 3 .6 2 8 4 7 3-6 2 8 4 B "A Y V Y S A A O I O P D -8 2 4 I V M 5372 645 3 7if O U Q R C I O R U R 3 8 6 2 5 4 7 . 3' 8 4 6 5 2 W r • T P K R I _A T_ F. O B £ 4 5 D E 6. 4 Y U 2 87 -35 4 6 2~8 3 7 Jl U_C I. N S R F A L K 3 5 E E 2 8 .4 7 3 8 7 2~ E L C C T P U C 2 8 3 6 5 4 7 ~2 8 5 3 g~ T I W P F E R HC I.I A S .14 K S S 2 853 642 75 P U -T H Y S EE S TJERE is z pleasant little gome ihat will give you a message every -*• •*• day. U is a numerical puzile designed to rpell out your fortune. Count the letters in your first name. If the number of letters is 6 or more, subtract 4. If the number is less than 6, add 3. The result is . your key number. Start'at the upper left-hand corner of the rectangle and check every one of your key numbers, left to right. Then read the message the letters under the checked figures give you. Coprrlgkl Ilii. t>r WalUm 3. Miller. Diltributri by Klfif FottirM. lnc.10'13 HOK; Eagles Chisel Meals By GEORGE L. WALKER AP Newsfcalures . LANSING, Mich.—The bald eagle, symbol of U. S. might, is an opportunistic creature with little When the eagle isn't hijacking a meal, he tries to find his fish, ducks or rodents. Are eagles vanishing? Although protected by state and federal laws, their population has claim to boldness, says Dr. Donald certainly decreased, but the drop Douglass of the Michigan Conser- hasn't been sharp.' valiori Department. Eagles have The adult bald eagle. Douglass been known to attack lambs but says, is about the most impressive weighing only from 7 to 11 pounds and handsome bird there is. themselves, they would tind kid- Brownish-black in color, an adult naptng a tricky task. (female is normally about three Ratiicr than forage for them-j feet long, with a wingspread of selves, most eagles prefer to G'.i-7'i feet. .Males are slightly S|ionsc off the osprcy, an _cxcel- lent fisherman. The osprey catches a -fish. The eagle swoops. The osprey drops his fish, and the smaller. In the field o( legend is their courage. Though far from timid, their boldness is surpassed by eagle—with a juggler's coordina-lmany another of nature's tion—darts in to catch it. (creatures. ' Cumberland Electric brings you GE's New Lightweight IT'S THE MOST USEFUL TELEVISION SET EVER! Actually is.one-third smaller than any other TV of its type. Take it on trips. From room to room. Out. to the, terrace. Anywhere there's an outlet. Features rugged built-to-travel cabinet, built-in antenna. Dynapower speaker, 2-way interference, protection.' In cordovan finish. Other Models priced to 399.95 Free Customer Parking NEW STORE HOURS Just Above Our Mon. thru Friday 9 A.M. Virginia Aye. Store to 8 P.M.—Sat. to 6 P.M. CumberlandElectricCo. 11 South Liberty St. Phone PA;2-6862 yirginio Are. at Second Phone PA 2^6191 HO, FKNOKe -V THEN I WftS I5MT SOWS,.. \ MISTAKEN SAID HE'P RKfflER A.80UT HEAR- SI.EDPI wea, i /ws KM iws THMEMMH.?-HAlNT Wf TIMET'BARBl-rUE uev, *TCP 0Ao<, yoo pis HIPPO AMD LET People APTER VOD JAM #>UK HULK BUS, ArA H£U COULDNT 6UT PKAY I^FtfRM /ib-*"-'. Ifl R6AR1FOU&' HAS THAT PRECIOUS DOCUMENT// HgPgM.VOU SEErJ AMENDED TO <SlM6 r-'l CUAg AND YO)£OPR£M& P0VOER «s^A 0RATOR5/ 0VJ6RTU& rtATlOsVS / -N^^^r-^ THEYVS BEBJ WORKIN_ TH(S TEKRITORy. I'LL ASK KUSTV RILEY IF HE'S SEEN THE SIVINPLERS. Television Highlights THAT CAKTT BE NUMZIO sweMS/wis VOICE--TH& 7!A\BR£,7HECOLOP,iT 16 PIFFEEEMT/ IT • £, NOT NUMZ1O/ Ttiese lelevlafon listings ire compiled fiom profirami luntUbed by tfat sUUoiu The Times is not tetpoasible for l»t» change*. STATION" WMAI, ihlntloB. Channel 7) (Cumt>erUnd, Cable 3) TODAY 5:00 Town and Country 5:30 News, Weather 5:45 Jim Gibbons Show 6:15 John Daly News 6:30 Lone Kanxer 7:00 Bishop Sheen 7:30 Stop The Music 8:00 Star Tonight 8:30 Down You Go 9:00 Confidential Kile 9:30 Man Behind Bads* TOMORROW 5:47 Today On Farm 6;M Today Garroway 8:00 Little Rascals 8:30 Hompcr Koom 9:00 Dine Dong School " 9:30 Search" For Beauty District Attorney 10:00 Homi 11:00 Tennessee Ernie • 11:30 feather Your Nest 12:00 Feature Playhouse 1:00 Afternoon 2:00 Ted .Mack 2:30 Pays To Be Married j$;j£ £ Weather 3:00 Way Of World Jj[. 15 s ^ ris TONY AVOLI, ' ATIMS • MUMZIO B«XI, i LEAP N '1D£CA' 3:15 First lx>vc 3:30 Mr. Sweeney 3:45 Modern • Homance 4:00 Pinky L*c Show 4:30 Howdy Doody TOMORROW 12:30 Cartoon Concert 1:00 Tidies Home Theatre 2:30 Quiz Club 3:00 Studio 7 3:30 Clown Corner 4:00 Mickey Mouse Club STATION WTTG shington Channel S) umberl*nd Cable 5) STATION WTOP (Waiblnztou, Channel S) (Cumberland. Cable ') TODAY 5:M K»nnc Kider 5:30 Spotl'Kht 5:45 News 6:00 The Cisco Kid '6:30 Preston of Yukon 7:00 Bob Gumming( 7:30 Climax 8:30 Four Star Playhouse 3:00 Johnny Carson Show 9:30 Studio 9 11:00 The 11 Report 11:15 Leahy Forecast? 11:30 The Late Show 6:00 Hoppily Skjppity 6:45 Looney Tunes 7:00 Matthew Warren 7:10 Weather Girl 7:15 Yesterday'* Newsrecl 7:30 Wijraer Sporti 7:45 Time To Eat B:00 Million DoUar -Movie 9:30 Theatre Time 11:00 News 11:10 Featurama TOMORROW 9:05 Morning 9:10 Serial Theater 9:30 Looney Tunes 10:00 Academy Theater 11:45 It's Time To Eat 12:00 Two In A Row 1:00 Adtentuie 2:00 Ladic.t Be Seated 3:30 Era Wcslmoie 3:43 Serjal Theatre 4:00 Gene Autry Timi TOMORROW 6:55 Moraine 7:00 Johnson's Corner 8:00 Donna' Inflation 8:30 Mark Evans 3:00 Garry Moore 9:30 Arthur Godfrey l(i:30 Strike It Rich 11:00 Valiant Lady 11:15 Love of Life 11:30 Search for Tomor'ow 11:45 Guiding Light 32:00 Jack Paar Show 12:30 Welcome Travelers 1:00 Robert Q. Lewis 1:30 House Party 2:00 Big Payoff 2:30 Bob Crosby 3:00 Brighter Day 3:30 On Your Account 4:00 Pick Temple Ranch. JUST TO MAfcfE CEBT-AIN VOL) g| DnW'7 T2V TO S=7UE>W TO BOX = TAKING TO 1VORX PATROL. HEA6- DOWN WHSM THe^ CUT THE CA5LE.. •JUU STATION WJAC (Johnjtown Ch»nn*I 6) TODAY 5:00 Sports 1'aje 5:J5 World News 5:30 Ames Brothers 4;45 Leahy Forecasts , 6:00 Star and Sloty 6:30 Dinah Shore 6:45 News Caravan 7:00 Rroucho Marx 7:30 Peoplc'a Choice STATION WFBG (Altoonk. Ch»nntl ID) TOnAY 5:00 News 5:15 Jxmci Ma:on 5:30 Annie O»kley 5:O Local Sport* 6:00 Spent News S:13 John Daly Newi B:30 Thursday Theatn 9:00 Video Theatre 10:00 Diamond Theatrt ruir*.FTC£,VX>» Ar nf es&nsx. t/'tL: WHY IffJ TJS. POLIC= OUT RlfiUT, UK. 6:00 loday Oarro 8:00 Whal'v Yonr Trouble 6:30 Lone Itancer 8:30 C»rj' Moore 7:00 Bl»hop Sheca 9:00 Dinjt Doas School 7:30 Cllmnx 9:30 Search For Ueautiy 8:30 I Led Three Uve* •0:00 Urighler Oay 9:00 Studio 57 10:15 Way of The World 9:30 Orient Expresi 10:30 St 11:00 Ti 11:30 F< TOMORROW 8:00 Western 9:00 Harmon: 9:15 Serial Theatre 10:00 Flynn's Inn 11:00 Tcnnei4« Emit 11:30 News 11:45 Stars On Parade 12:K> Jack Paar Show 12:30 Movie Matinee S1TU4TIOM KlZ^l' 6or i r\v <»= OF me STATION WRC (W*iblnifan. Chknntl O (CnmbcrUad, C*b)e 4} kc It filch Ties tec Ernie ther Your Nest 12:00 Vun To Hcduce 12:15 Jack Paar 12:30 Welcome Travelers 1:00 Hubert Q. Lewis 1:30 HfUfe Parly 1:45 Murle Quick Quiz 2:00 Big Payofl 2:30 Bob Crosby 3:00 Date With Life 3:15 Matinee Melodies 3:30 Sweeney's World 3:45 Modern Hominrps 10:00 News, Weather 10:20 The Late Show 2:00 Ted Mack Show 2:30 Pays To Be Married 4:00 .Barker Dill Cartooos 3:00 Store Girl 4:15 Cartoon Capers 3:30 Serial Theatre 4t30 Howdy Doodr 4:00 Mickey Mouse Club AVE ALARMS TtlAMKS FORTHEEVEHIMG TMlb MESS 11 COLLECTS &A6OUTA ] BAZOO- ITS CLOSE JO Wf TOLl HAVEWT J CURFEW HOURj SUPPED ME A TvVIKP TefiT OF CLOCKS.'/ TMEM AS A HOBBY ' Answer to Previous Puzzl* DO1VN I Challenge 2.Rubber treej 3 U.S. coin 4 Chemical compounds 5 Stop 6 Wile 7 Golfers* mounds ' "8 Goddess of vegetation 9Dry 10 Exist 11 •SFiSON, GUYS AND POLLS/ GET ,. GoiN<3.' 41 Hang in folds 42 Lamellirostral birds 43 Nuisance 44 Singing volet 45 Tumult 46 Large plant 48 Genus of willows 4.9 Fuel 50 Concludes S3 Worthless table scrap 26 A horse ha) one 27 Male cow 28 Entire your peti29 Stupefy 30 Animal hide 31 Seize 33 Uncooked 36 Edible rootstock 37 Irish (Pi.) 40 Operated 19 It's nice to have a animal 21 Domestic slave 24 Bovine critters WELUTHAT'S ) I J^J YEH.J RECKON THVKfe^ i T /-/^ NjALE OF TH- /^-^ r ' \ GUESS.' '//• SO TH' OH \ TAJL'5 ALL / NO, It ^>^^ x C/TIGER / 5.GOr.) WASHED / KW-.NOT *££# f ( HIS TAIL; A UP/ Jjg^k QUITE! BACK , EHii - JUST BXRELY.. IFORE THE TIGER HWRY HOOUGMJ ICE-AGE HABITAT AMP ft VVOULPMT 85 ANV I HAD A YEAR TO DECIDE WMATTO DO.'. NEXT PAY SIEVE VISITS THE COUNTY OSEKS OFFICE AMP L£AENS WHEN SIIA\MEE. ANP JIM OBTAINED TOGK MAREWfiZ UICEN5B.. YOU 6UY4 JUST UCE COVMWY »=™IN6? SINCE WHEN CAN'T AN AIC RKCE UEBTENANT COLONEL ON LEAVE 6O OUT. ' Foe A WALK AT NISHT ? TooeM?,fts! IMlgGMNftlSn &TOP W TUB ttEXICAN CU5TOW5 CFFICB IN B09UHLA5. WIO P! BUr»ECAf<«FUl. SOME O 1 TH05B TBWtS ME ....SO 1 HAVE J TU)Ni>lD W MY MIND STATION' KDKA (Pittsbureh Channel 2) TODAY 5:00 News 5:05 Buzz and Bill 5:30 News 5i« Pitt Parade 5:55 Sports Editor 6:00 Mr. Distri 6:30 Time Out 6:-J5 Ranch Cats 7:OG Life's'Worth TJvJng 7:20 Guy Lombardo •8:00 Dragnet 8:30 Thursday Theatre 9:00 Playhouse of Stars. 3:30 Truth, Consequences 10:00 World Tonight 10:15 Stories of Century 10:45 PatU Page H:W> Sports Final 11:10 Swing Shift TOMOHROW 6:00 Today Garroway 8:00 Wayne Griffin Show 9:00 Garry Moore Show 9:33 Woman's Anfile 9:45 Arthur Godfrey , 10:00 Garry Moore 10:30 Strike It Kich 11:00 Xews 11:15 Cartoons 11:30 Search for Tomorrow 11:45 GuIJins Light 12:00 Bill Brant 12:25 It's Good 12:30 Kay's Kitchen 1:00 Robert Q. Lewis 1:15 Valiant Lady 1:30 Meel Your Neighbor 2:00 Bis Payoff X:30 Playhouse 110 3:00 Brighter Day 3:15 Secret Storm 3:30 On Your Account <:00 Video Adventure j 4:30 Musical Sketch Pad STATION W5VA (Dirrfeonburjc. Chinnrl I) TODAY 5:00 Western Trail! fi:00 Documentary Theater G:I5 Nf\vs. Sports G:25 Market. \Vcnlhrr 0:30 Boh Ciimmln»s "•00 Groucho Marx 7:30 The Millionaire 8:W Dragnet 6:30 Kour Star Plxjhouie ?:CO \'ideo Theatre 10:00 Camera 4 10:30 N.cw», Sports TOMOKROW 11:00 Film Theatre 11:30 Search K«r Tomo'row 11:45 CUIrilnc Light 12:00 Film Playhouse I2:.in Welcome Trax'tleri 1:00 Movie Matinee 2:00 3:00 llrlphtrr 3:IS Film Theatre 3:30 On Your Account 4:00 Pinky l^c Show 4:30 Howffy Iktody TODAY 5:00 Footllcht Theatre 5:45 Weather, News 5:55 Michael Sports fi:OQ Wild Bill llickok 6:30 Dinah Sh»re K-.45 News Caravan 7:00 ilroucho Marx 7:30 People's Choief 8:00 Drapntt 8:30 Thur*day Thcnltr 9:00 Video Theatre 10:00 News, Weather 10:20 Sports l-'inul Sam And Friend 10;30 TonipIU ACBOSS 1 Wcb-footcd bird 5 House pet 8 Young cow . 12 Toward the sheltered side 13 Before' 14Iroquoian Indian 15 Lease . 16 Goddess of infatuation . 17 Cleave 18 Bars legally 20 Sowed 22 Born 23 Steamship (ab.) 24 Halley's, for instance 27 Prohibit 29 Seaport (ab.) 25 p«mV 32 Harem rooms 33 Precept 34 Beverage 35 Small tumor 36 High in stature 37 Be moody 38 Compass point 39 Shoemaker's implement 40 Annual income (Fr.) HI Doctor (ab.) 42 Natural channel • 43 Talking bird 47 Lure 51 Pen name o( ' Charles Lamb 52 Fish eggs . : 54 Famous English school 55 Cease 56 Bitter vetch 57 Peruse 58 Carry (coll.) 59 Summer (Fr.) CO.Salts..

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