Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 31, 1955 · Page 3
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Cumberland, Maryland
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Monday, October 31, 1955
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Dial.PA-2 ; -1600 (or t WANT AD .Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND. M.D, /MONDAY, OCTOBERj,31,. 1955 THREE Two Wills Filed In Local Court ..Three residents, of Yugoslavia, Peter, Antoiild and ; Jcnhie Yarize- vich, children' of . Peter Yanzc- vich, who died recently in -Allcgany County Infirmary, 'were named beneficiaries in ' their .. father's estate, in his. will, which has been probated Friday in Allegany County Circuit Court. Each of the three'children share 'qually in the estate. . William Sheelz, 11 Maple Street, qualified as executor of the estate A under a ssop bond. The'will was w dated September 12, 1950'. . The will of John W. Andrews. 412 Walnut Street, was also admitted to probate, in which he left daughter. Dorothy Andrews, _ lifetime interest in the • Walnut Street residence so long as she does not marry. The remainder of the estate is to be. shared equally by four sons and four daughters. Dorothy qualified as executrix'under a $300 bond.' The will was dated May 10, 1948. .COSMETICl in it. Lfcwtr «. AssigniiieiB t: Americ'a British Entertainer Recalls Days When She Was ?J list A Housewife" dig. U. t. Fat. OH.I : ly PHYLLIS IATTELIE , NEW YORK (INS) —.There's something .wonderfully fascinating about women who remain docilely married for years, then' suddenlj wash their dishpan hands of house work and take up careers., Sometimes they in self-de tense.'Their husband.have, begun taking them for granted. , Sometimes they emancipate be cause they've always wanted jobs and- now that the family urchins know right from wrong, what's to stop them. Most often. I think, they do il because they're stone cold bora with the day-in-day-outrage o bossing a big operation like a house and home without getting a salary. . Joyce Grenfell, . a English lady until happily wed not tcddibly long ago, is a case iii pertinen point. After 25. years of brewing her husband's tea, she finds herself a brilliant comedienne, will all Broadway, at her feet—and a good 'part of London on its knees begging her to-.come back home What made her do it,'anyway? couldn't she stand any more housewifely duties? . ' ' "I didn't exactly not. stand it. But the exchequer looked so slim, There are no $6-1,000 'shows at home, absolutely not a single one at all. y'know. So the frightfully Gar Crest Key Kaddies SfOO (Any Make of Car) Genuine alligator or smooth leather in pasiel colors in beautifully goldplated enamel . . . these crests are for all popular makes of automobiles . , . hold up to eight keys. Each in its own clear plastic gift box . . . suitable for giving or keeping. <f> ^ Exclusive Sta-Nu £ co$tt you nothing extra! •S Dial PA 4-1400 StaNu fINISHING PROCESS CRYST ,s- Directs Betl In Business By CHARLES MERCER . . NEW YORK Ifl—It's, qiite a feat smart thing to do, if one wants to be the dean,of anything at the money, is to go to work.". . ' age of 35, But at that'age James Miss Grenfell, described by I). Slarbuek is.far and away the dean S. critic's as "the toothsome sym- of television choreographers, bol of .mirth,' is a niece • of acid- That, means he's taught scores longued Lady Nancy ' Aslor and of rioted actors, singers and come- naturally was invited to hiany of dians how they loo can' dance on the better dinner potties in Loridon. And one night, at one of ter in the audience. Some he's even them, she made a delightful spec tacle of herself. "I was one of those 'awfully good Chelsea housewives," she remembers, "I gardened eagerly, and I was president of the local women's institute, which had regular talks on how-to make marmalade, im prove pur darning, keep goldfish; collect butterflies .and how to make something out of nothing." : ... It was immediately after a meet ing :of the institute .that Joyce attended the dinner and, during a lull after the fish, advised the guests of .what she had .learned that day—"how to. make a boutonniere out o( empty Beech nut husk clusters." .,-,.•,•••'... Not a'sou! learned a thing from this lecture. Except^ that Joyce Grenfell's' devastatirigly.. .funny voice should be heard 'abroad in the land. And thereafter, it was. She has. made many British movies, the type that are seen in art theatres here, and is well known for her TV monologues . (.a British Benchley) on : "How to"— "How to be good at, Christmas," " blow your own trumpet," and so forth. The success of her one-woman show> on Broadway; titled 'Joyce Jrenfell Requests the Pleasure...," is of course the climax of her split domesticity, 'her marriage with with. the arts. had no idea where the laughs would be," she says, "and to my insane delight! :hey were in the same place in America as they are in England." She is very happy here, being a has a question: "I don't quite know where everybody's rushing. Do you?" Happy Acres ..,,--. '.' ' MANGUM. Okla.-«v-Thc neigh- rars and trombone playing Bubba Tate are happy now. When Bubba's folks found he didn't have enough room in their home to practice, they decided they'd get a little niore space. Now Bubba has 15 acres-. 1 to content. Top ^Choreographer: television without causing laugh. Four Area Men Enlist ii'Armored Division Four area men, Olln II. Wilson, ist West Main;Street. Frostburg; Stray Cow Suit Removed Here Coddington, both of Friendsvillo, have enlisted;in;the Army at' the recruiting station here. The four men/have bepn Assign- cd to Fort : Jackson, S. C., for :raininc with an armored division. ;A tl.OOO'damagc suit brought by Russell Lelghlon, Clarence Leighto; and Floyd Leighton, trading as John T. Vitlef, Moorefield. arid Leighlon Brothers, Oakland,. to Frederick G. Falkner and Ray their own use and the. use of the Farm Bureau Mutual Automobile Insurance Company, against Charles L. Blamble, of .Gorman, was removed from Garrett County and docketed in Allegany .County Circuit Court last week. ^ The suit is' the result ;ef Alvl« Ulghton's iuto striking'* stray cow, owned byj Blamble. The accident occurred on U. S. Route 50, between Gorman and Table Rock, June 16, 1954. W. Dwight Sto/er, attorney for the plaintiffs filed a suggestion for remov' of the case and Associate Judge Neil C. Fraley signed the Properly Sold • > A.deeu filed recently to the office of Jowph E. Bpden, clerk of Aliegnny County ' Circuit Court shows that Raymond H. Leighty and Eva G. Leighty hiv« sold property on the southeast side of Frederick Street to Brace E. Lee and Mildred E. Lee. order removing it to Alleginy County. " ^_^^ taught how to walk and use their arms'With proper expressiveness.! Starbuck, who was a' principal! dancer with' the Ballet >Russe dc Monte Carlo while still in his teens, a s's e r t s .no top-flight 'performer | ever-has let him down in a TV' dance routine. Take 'Dinah Shore. "She has lovely arms," Starbuck. says. "It didn't matter much what she did! as long as she could remember to j keep her arms away from her-so the audience could see them." .. Lily Pens worked harder than j anyone Starbuck recalls in order] to learn to do 'a dance number with Imogene Coca. Bob'Hope was probably the quickest student. Wally Cox was perhaps the slowest. Margaret Truman was 'one , ofII his most' apt pupils. Jose Ferrerll awed him ..more than most withj his versatility: As choreographer for Max Lieb-:| man, Starburck is directing thc!f dancing for "The Great Waltz": which will, appear on NBC-TV Nov. | 5. While : he's •: directing dance-rehearsals for-that in a hall on Man-1 hattan's. west,side, another dean I of show business is. rehearsing for I a role r in the-Johann Strauss-M6ss|| Hart ;another hall.justil across the street:-''- •• '" ; ' s" He. is 'Bert : Lahr, 'a man who! has 'made millions laugh over', the I years but who personally seems to | feel that life is no .laughing mat-; ler. In "The Great Waltz" he will, play. - the role of Ebesteder, the! proprietor of a Viennese coffee 1 Broadway-toast and- all. but she shop.' Besides doing, other things j rie will sing' a song entitled "I Hate Waltzes," he reported dolefully. ... ... Civil Air Patrol Alert Reset For Next Sunday The Maryland Civil Air Patrol called off a practice alert yesterday because of weather conditions. Warren G. Mullenax, commanding officer of Fort Cumberland blow' to his heart's CAP unit, said the exercise will be . : . held next Sunday. 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