Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 18, 1955 · Page 8
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EIGHT EVENING TIMES. CUMBERLAND. Ml)., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1955 Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT AD McKeldin Urges Roads BiD Support By States Set Sales Soar POINT CLEAR, Ala. Wi - Gov. Theodore K. McKcldin of Mary- laijd expressed hope today tliat governors "will take a more definite stand" this year on the type of federal road construction hill they think Congress should enact. ''1 believe a clear position taken by us would be a bis help to many members .of the Congress who still fore Congress convenes. may be in doubt," he said In remarks .prepared for a discussion on highways- at the Southern Governors Conference. McKeldin was chairman for the discussion. ' The Maryland governor recalled that tlie national Governors' con- FUNERAL FLOWERS Trr Our BOPP'S FLOWERS 19 K. liti.rly St. Ph. PA-2-4330 fercnce last year "left no doubt lhal we favored some definite federal action toward a substantial interstate highway system." Congress had three road bills bC' fore it'but (ailed lo pass any. Radio People Say Business Never Better He said bills', defeated at the last session would probably again form tlie basis for iegisiation to be de-, bated in the next session. These were: 1. Tlie .administration proposal—i drawn up by the Clay comiviis-j sion—for a 10-year, 101 billion do ar interestale highway progra to be financed through bonds an [shared by stales and the feder; Igovernment. i 2. The Gore bill, calling for fci eral and state spending of 21% bi lion dollars in five years. 3. The Fallon bill, calling for 1.1-year program in which 35!6 bi lion dollars in federal funds won! be sp.enl on a matching basis wit states and raised through creased taxes on "gasoline, trucks trailers and busses, tires and tubes By CHARLES MERCER NEW YORK Iffl— People in mill art very cheerful about thei Now, McKcldin said, Would be medium these days. It's not jus "a. 'very. 'opjwrtu.no time" to act sales talk. Rather, it's the sort o the governors' views on record be- indefinable optimism that come Some farmers this year had sue good corn.crops they couldn't.be lir-ve their ears. dri-glo "bone-dry" shine Honestly, you'II.have lo see that wonderful Dri-Glo shine to believe iy! Watch your furnitute gleam with brand new beauty—glow with a loved, cared-for look. And all 'in a matter of minutes. Clock the days the Dri-Glo shine lasts. Dust won't cling to it. Spilled things whislc arvay. Why don't )ott try it today'. GUARANTEED! Your money back If you're not sotlsfitd. 138-148 Baltimore St, Cumberland, Md. Or Shop The Friendly Murphy Store In Your Neighborhood when a commercial venture i making money. Arthur Hull Hayes, president o CBS Radio, cheerfully pnts il tin way i "We've started up with ra dio." . 11 is, says Hayes, a kind of his .orical situation. When radio earn in, phonograph recordings hit ai all-lime low. Everyone said th' recording business was finishet Then along came television and a lot of people said radio was fin ished. Buf now— despite both, ra dio and television — the sale o phonograph recordings is at an all-lime high. ."Whenever anything new come* along, the American people. go al out for it," Hayes says. "But alt er awhile they become selective They choose what they want. Anc a lot of people want radio, again hese days." In support of his, belief Hayes cites radio sales figures compile! by the Radio, Electronics, Tele 'ision Manufacturers Associatiol KETjMA) in its regular weekly itatistical summary. Factory sales of radio sets for he first 37 weeks of this year otalcd .9,144,133— an increase o 0.9 per cent over the figure for he corresponding period of" lasi 'ear when 6,491,262 sets were old. . . ' ' . Hayes emphasizes . the "person' 1" aspect of -radio in the' respect liat a home may have as mahj is a half-dozen 'sets which enable 'arious members of a ..'family to isten to the program each pre ers. . ' Dystrophy' Fund Drive To Be Aired The Allegany-Garrcll Counly 'liapter of the Muscular Dystrophy .ssocialions of America will meet 'htirsday al 7:30 p. m. in Central t'MCA, according lo Stale Senator 'harles M. See, president. "Robert Thompson, national rep- esentative of the associations, will e present- to discuss plans for the nnual campaign during Thanks^ iving week. Senator See said Thompson will Iso present a report on the . re- earch projects being sponsored by '.ie associations. . . Muscular dystrophy is-a chronic isease of the muscles which' has it some 200,000 men, women and liildren in the country. The drive will be conducte'd by re fighters, Senator See said. La Rosa Firing ^Made 9 ffis (Jareer Bjr JACK O'BKIAN NEW YORK-IINS)-Tomorrow 1 is the second'.anniversary of a pages, moment famous, in,the history ol modern American trivia, an event that proved more fascinating than most public firing since (lie one on global conniptions far beyond the :all of front pages, a nifty, noisy throwback to the era of wonderful jionsense: it will be just two years since of'international News Service got that historical speech- a few mm- utcs before 11:30 a. m., when Ar- La Rosa. It was an amazing . incident, :oadcd .with popular noisiness, per- some important mass galvanic impact of television personalities upon "the public, ft was a tiny enough incident; he story started simply, out of sheer had judgment or (lie part of Arthur Godfrey—instead of firing lis junior crooner (Fran 1 ' Parker, icing the indeed very senior ear- bender of 'the Godfrey gang) in privacy. Godfrey's inclination toward the sensational led him to hurl Julius publicly righl out- of CBS-TV onto the nation's front The 24-year-old lad staggered out same nostalgic tour.' int- thp cold cruel' world in Hie "" mi '" 1 ''»'--'- Fort Suinter, before some 7,000,000 radio-TV witnesses. The' impact of the story had a day's lag in landing. Jim Kilgallen the tip on the story and reported the ramifications followed— the :hur Godfrey fired the crooner seemingly unimportant but iieard 'round the world — Julius strangely fascinating information hat all was not serene and family- like among the Godfrey gang. The first post-Godfrey year earn«• cocn nnn" fr... i.ii;i, L ." Cl. $3Wt,QGO. [Of JullUS. fj., rt _| fiSCal mother'un licr first return'to her native.Palermo;.'last year Julius sent liLv young; .'(47) dad on the psychosis or neurosis involved, certainly a new insight into the a. m. tomorrow adds another $480^-j . La Rosa year finishing at ii:30| He must be back In 'time to be guest star' Nov; 5 on 'the Perry Cbmo show— at $5,000— then shuffle off, to Las Vega's, 'where he will be paid $12,500 for each of four weeks at El;Iia'nclio Vegas. NaggingBackache Sleepless Nights risJtinK backache, hfadiiche. or muscular aches anil pahtH may conic on williovcr-cxer- tion, emotional upsotsor day to day »ti esRiutd strain. And folks who cut and clrtnk unwisely 60 mi: limes 'suiter mild Wsddcr IrrUiitlon ;' ithtliaLros - tll?:iS ' un( ' 0 " lf " ll!ll!lIt; , rt ' ( ' ir " Er 000 to his financial memory book. — tcndiiiK to incrc;iHC the tmli'ut of the 16 mile* of kidnuy tubes, . , So If nnftginff lincknche makes you feel dnit:Kcd.oilt,miHerBblo..,withrc*tloss.s!eep- leea nishts... don't wait.. .try Doan's I'itls... 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