Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 25, 1955 · Page 17
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Dlsl, PA-2-4600 for • WANT 'AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MDv TUESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1955 SEVENTEEN ATHM/ JUST N CASF Meb.eer AMT , EAS /«ourci*w«> Mr SWJWMO/ IDEA TV-Screen A'ctress Antwer to PrtviourPuzil* ACROSS DOWN .•'1 Actress of ' 1 Thin board •'": ;screenand 2 Mexican coin '.'; video, • 3 Precipitation - v./Bytogton '..- ; 4 Notch. : ; 7 She .appears spoverty- in a*televislon 13 Term in horseshoes 14 Everlasting "•'.is.Stage.:' . : . whispers 1 16 Military overcoat 17 Modulated' stricken 6 Grains (ab.) 7 Dry, as wine 8 Russian 23 Poker stake 19.Brood at.'.. pheasants: 21 Hawaiian wreath • • 22 Endure 25Gqlfer'i .. device ' 27 Accomplishes' 31 Social insect 32 Head covering 33 Ignited 34 Route (ab.) 35 Devotee 36 War jod 37Greek: , ' township: , 38 Letter of the alphabet • . . 40 South African 41 Rights (ab.) 43 Fish eggs 45 Idolize 48 Whitens 52 Girl's name ' 54 Bristly 55 Reluctant 5630 (Fr.) •'• 67 Eyes of cameras I* Texas;-—, 44 Music drama storehouse ', 24 Plant part • 45 Asiatic sea ;9 Remunerated, 26 She acts with 46 Diminutiv* lOPress,- • ; . .of David 11 Grafted (her.) 28 Hodgepodge 47 Presage 12 Observes -- . 29 "Emerald Isle" 45 Lengthy. .20floral: ' .30She is a ^— 50Royal Italian principles .comedienne , -family name '21 Missile , " 38Mistakes ... 51 Soothsayer 1 22 Rendered. fat 40 Defeated 53 Roman bronze • "ofjwine • 42 Taut 54 Steamer (ab.) 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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. Coprrilfct IBS, fcr Willlim J. Hilltr, DiitribuifJ b» K!n« Fntvrci, ire. 10-2.5 Television Highlights! T*e»« t«I*vi«loa lUUnn art compiled from prpframi furnlsBed by th* tit Tiroti U not responsible for Ut« channel. STATION KDJti «:00 Toaay—Garrowiy TODAY 8:00 UtUe Rascals S:30 Romper Room 9:00 Dtnc Dons School 9:30 Search For Beauty tQ:M Home 11:00 Tennessee Ernie 11:30 Feather Your Nest 12:00 Feature Playhouse 1:00 Afternoon 3:00 Ted Macfc (Plttlbufh, Channel 2) 5:00 Newi. 5:03 Bun And Bill 5:30 Newi 5:45 Political Talk 5:35 Sports Editor 6:00 Rin Tin "Tin - fi:30 Time Out 6:45 Ranch Gall 7:00 BtUy Huttoa Show 8:00 Studio 57 E:30 Red Skdton Show 9:00 S64.0CO Question 9:3fl Curtain Time 10:00 World Tonight 5 Trianxle Theatre 11:30 Sport) Final 11:35 Swine Shift Theitr* TO.MORRCMV 6:00 Today Garroway 8:00 Wayne Griffin Show 9:00 Garry Moor« Show 9:30 Woman's Angle 9:« Arthur Godfrey 10:30 Slrifce U Rich 11:00 New i 11:15 Cartooni 11:30 Search For Tomorrow 11:45 Guidlnc U«M 12:TO BUI Bnnt Show 12:30 Kay'i Kitchen 1;00 Robert Q, Lcwlt 1:15 Valiant Lady 1:30 Meet Your Neighbor 2:00 Bfc Payoff 2:30 Playhouse 330 3:00 Brighter Day 3:15 Secret Storm > 3:30 On Your Account 4:00 Lcne Ranger , 4:30 Howdy Doody STATION WSVA Cn»rrl»oniiorr. Channel » TODAY S:00 Western Trail* 6:00 ntxriimcnUry Theater- 6tlS News, Sports . 6:25 Markctt, Vreither < 6:30 Lorrtta Young 7:00 Calvalcado Theatrt 7:30 N>«r Get Hifh fi:00 Flreilde Theatrr 8:30 Red Skelton Show 9:00 164.000 Question 9:30 Myitcry Theatre 10:00 Maiqueradt Party 10:30 Wrestling 11:00 News TOMORROW 10:45 Film Theatre 11:15 Love Of Life H:30 Search For Tomorrow 11:45 Guldfnj: Ujht 12:00 The Pastor 15:30 Welcome Traveler! liOO Movie Matinee 2:00 Playhouse 3 3:00 Brighter Day 3:13 Secret Storm 3:30 On Your Account 4:00 Pinky Lee Show 4:30 Howdy Doody STATION 1YRC (IVathtnritm, Chinncl 4) (Cumberland Cftblt O TODAY 5:00 Footlijht Theatre 5:45 Weather 5:50 Newi, Sporti 6:00 Superman 6:30 Dinah Snoi* 6:45 News Caravan ; 7:00 Betty Mutton Show 8:00 Fireside Theatre 8:30 Playwright* Hour 9:30 BlC Town iO:00 News 10:15 Weather, Sport* 10:25 Lcs Paul, Mary Ford 10:30 ToniKht TOMORROW 5:45 Today On Farm 6:OX> Newi, Weather 6:15 Jim Gibbons 6:30 Warners Present 7:30 Wyatt Earp 8:00 Danny Thomai 6:30 Cavalcade Theatre fl;00 Talent Varietlei 9:30 City Detective 10:00 News, Weathar (0:15 Sports IQ-.ZS 7-Star Tbeatri 2:30 Pays To Be Married 11:00 Heart Of City 3:00 Date With 1-ift 3:15 First Love 3:30 -Mr. Sweeney 3:45 Modern Romance 4:00 Pinky Lee Show 4:30 Howdj Doody • STATION .WTTG (Washlncton, Channel 5) (Cumberlaod Cibl. ft) TODAY 5:00 Lamb Session 6:00 Hoppity Skippify 6:15 John Daly New« 6:30 Name That Tunt 7:00 Matthew Wamn . 7:15 School Program 7:30 Political Talk 7:45 Yesterday Newsreel 8:00 Million Dollar Movin 8:30 Paris Precinct 10:30 Wrestling 11:00 Matthew Warren 11:10 Featurama TOMORROW 9:05 Morning Hymn 9:10 Serial Theater 9:30 Looney Tunes 10:00 Academy Theater 11:45 It'i Time To Eat ' (2:00 Two In A Row 1:00 Adventure 2:00 Ladies Be Seated 3:30 Era Westmore 3:« Serial Theater *:00 Gene Aulry .. STATION WJAO' , . • (Johnitown, Cbanncl 6) TODAY S:00 Sporti Paga 5:15 World Newi 5:30 Stop The Music 6:00 Robin Hood 6:30 Dinah Shore 6:45 News Caravan 7:00 Betty Huiton Show 8:00 Fireside Theatre ' 8:30 Playwright Hour 9:30 Hitchcock Presenti 10:00 Lullaby Theatre 11:00 Newa TOMORROW 6:00 Today Carroway 8:15 Mnroinj DevoUons . 6:30 Garry Moore Show 9:0(1 Dine Dong School 9:30 Search For Deanty 10:00 Bristlier Day 10:30 Strike It Rich 11:00 Tfnncs&ee Emit 11:30 Feather Your Nest 12:00 Search Tomorrow 12;J5 Love Of Life 12:30 Welcome Traveler! 1:00 Man To Man 1:13 Tun To Reduce 1:30 House Party 1:45 Mox-ie Quick Qu!i 2:00 Bte Payoff 2:30 Bob Crosby 3:00 Date With Life " 3:15 Matinee Mciodiei ' 3:30 Mr. Sweeney ' 3:45 Modern Romance! 4:00 Cartoon Capers *;30 Howdy Dwdy STATION WMAD (Washington. Channel 7) (Cumberland. Cabli 1) TODAY 5:00 NHeXey Mou»e Cluh TOMORROW 12:30 Cartoon' Concert 12:55 News 1:00 Ladies Home Tneatr 2:30 Quiz Club 3:00 Studio 7. 3:30 News 3:35 Clown Corner 4:30 Town And Country STATION WTOP {W» shin Eton, Channel ») (Cumberland Cable S) TODAY 5:00 Ranee Rider 5:30 Spotlight 5:45 News 6:00 Favoiita Husband 6:30 Amos And Andy 7:00 Navy Log 7[30 You Never Get RJch .8:00 Meet Millie 8:30 Red SkelUm Show 9:00 $64,000 Question 9:30 Waterfront 10:00 "Boston BJackic ;fl:30 Stories Of Century 11:00 The 11 Report 11:15 Week In Sports 11:30 The Late Show TOMORROW 6:55 MorolnR Meditation 7:00 .Billy Johnson Show 8;00 Donna Invitation 8:30 Marh Evans 9:00 Garry Moore -9:30 Arthur Godfrey ; 10:30 Strike It Rich. . 11:00 Valiant Lady 11:15 Love Ot Life 11:30 Search For Tomorrow 11:45 Guldlna Light 12:00 Jack Paar Show 12:30 Welcome Traveler* 1:00 Robert Q. Lewis 1:30 House Party 2:00 Big Payoff 2:30 Bob Crosby 3:00 Brighter Day 3:15 Secret Stprm 3i30 On Your Account 4:00 Pick Tcmrle Ranch STATION WFBG (Alteon*, Channel 10) ' 5:00 Newi 5:15 Bobo The Hobo 5:30 Ufe Of Riley 6:00 Sports News 6:15 John Daly News 6:30 Warners Present 7:30 Guy Lombardo 8:00 Danny THomns 8:30 Cavalcade Theatre 9:00 China Smith 9:30 My Favorite Husban 10:00 News 10:15 Weather Report (0:20 The Late Show TOMORROW B:00 Western Theatre 9:00 Harmony Time 9:15 Serial. Theatre (0:00 Tlynn's inn 11:00 Tennessee Ernie (1:30 Newi 11:45 Slars On Parad« 12-.00 J«t P»»r Show [3:30 Movie Matinee 2;00 Ted Mack Show 2:30 Pays To Be Married 3:00 Store Girl 3:30 Serial Theatre 4:00 Mlcfcy Mouse Club GI Starts t/. S. ? French Trades For Education PARIS (INS)—An American G. . in France is credited with selling nto motion an'epoch-making edu- :ational exchange program be- .we'eri children of France and the United States. PFC. Ephraim E. I/eibowitz of Brooklyn, N. Y., holds that under- slancJing'between the world's peoples can be improved by teaching children more about countries and heir inhabitants through personal contacts. Working oii his "off-duty-time, Leibowilz obtained the cooperation of a teacher in a New York;elementary school, and the' help of some .French . .elementary ! school :eachers. . •. : . Under Jis program.-children will exchange drawings,.'pictures- of class activities. : :smaii 'gifts representative of .this area- where the schools are. and tape recordings of 'oik songs. . • Leibowitz:? feels this exchange will be more' interesting .for the children 'than merely their reading or listening to a story about Another country,-He'pointed out it will' give them personal contacts with foreign students without the usual difficulties of a. language barrier. •'•" • "' '.\ rMgeons Have I!orn Crop On Roof CHICAGO-M^-Pigeons atopJh Gresham Methodist Church hav a corn crop this year—they gre\ t themselves. Rev. E. Lester said he discoverer a corn stalk growing in a rain gut cr near a pigeon's nest. He hat inly one explanation: Kernels of corn carried to th> nest by the-pigeons were droppec nto dirt in the gutter and grew, Something Reversed SUFFOLK, Va. If) — Do children dislike. castor oil,' or don't they? Three youngsters became ill. Investigation showed they had eaten castor'beans. A physician said thai oil 1* made from the beans but thai the;.hulls contained a dangerous poison which made them 111;' THERE'S SOMETHING I'LL HAVE TO FAY HE« 6-4- IP SHE ANSWERS THE IOUT APPRCWCH'ES Btt MO^EY/* YOU GETTING ANrV HELP FROM THE ourcjoc? SHE'S AWSWERED 100 OFTHEWORLO'5MOSr SHE'S A1MAOY VOJ ONE DOLLAR //- WAIT/ I PJPN'r VfclTE THAT/ yoU GOT --f SHUT" AHA/A FRAUPULENT NOTE PROMISING A TICKET ID HaryWOOF 1 .. THE CAN UP; HERE -THEY ARE ANP HERE'S THE EVIPENCS. A BASSO. MO PREVIOUS OPFEN5E&. PUT HE HAP A RUN-IN WITH WUWZJp/CCW ALONft FLIMT RAV^Sey / HUH?WH£fiE'S , THAT LIST? 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