Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 31, 1955 · Page 11
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 11

Cumberland, Maryland
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Monday, October 31, 1955
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Dial.'PA-2-4600. for: a WANT AD T«k«r, OUT OUR WAY EVENING TIMES, : CUMBERLAND. MD., MONDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1955 • ELEVEN •y R. J. Wllltami OUR BOARDING HOUSI with MAJOR HOOPLI HEV, CALL THIS BUM' • PUBLICI BAP PUBLICITy/. HE'SABALLCMASEH.ArJ'lr' ITANT MOVIN' FAST ENOUGH ID INTEREST HIM, THI' PUBLIC THINK* IT AIN't. PAST ENOUCJH FERTHEAf, EITHER, AMP DON'T COME TO TH'4SAMES/. - IT ABROAD THAT Ml?. . Ey AM05 'TR05T Oil* 15 A MIMD READER.'- 1 MAy/f «ke ib1?& TACTRM. BS ABLE. TO. PBODOCe SOMB SFFECTS IF I CAM PREVAIL UPOrt TUlS MARVEL TO COME TO vJlLL BOB WILL OFFER LIKES TO PLAN AHEAD= WISHINIWELL^ Registered u. S. Patent Office. 7 M . 4 G b O 4 S ' 4 F -3 R 2 B 3 G 2 G 5 C 8 X 6 . P 6 B 8 .4 . P. 7 : I 3 V • 2 F B 4 . T 1 8 A 4- B b T •t. .Y 4 O b O 6 F 8 . :T 2 I 3 Y 8 0 6 G 5 .A V -E 4 A 3 T 6 'I 5 T 2 E 6 F 3 E 6 S 7 R 4 D 4 8 R N 2 4 T T 3 6 I E 8 2 I O 4 2 56 O ' N L O 3 4 R R 2 8 D D 4 6 '8.7 G W A P 2 4 R H A T . 7 , ,5 . 2 . A: R. .c 6 . ^ R O 3 8 T E 2 5 E "V 4 W H ERE Is a pleasant little game that will give you a message every day. It is a numerical puzzle designed to spell 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. : Copynth! IIJJ. ky Wllliim J. Mllltr. DlilrifcuttJ by lint FMlvirn. Inc. lO'V Gleason Shift To Oppose Conio Has CBS In Tizzy Army Gives New Arrivals Big Welcome PAWS (INS) - The U. S. Army is rolling out bigger and softer carpels for arrivels of newly-assigned officers and NCO's In France. To make its newcomers feel at • home as quickly as possible, the army's Communication.'; Zone .(Com Z> units issue Uiem infor- •'matioh booklets as soo'n as they set- foot in camp. The booklets cover subjects such as French conversational phrases, Bus schedules and hints on how to gel along in France. After the newly-arrived officers and NCO's have digested the first • batch of booklets, they attend a series of monthly orientation lectures on the cost of living In France, prices in French stores in (he. camp region. French taxes, .motoring, in France and recreations available to servicemen. A documentary film on France aids •the newcomers K- understand French history, economy and in. dustry. Mnj. Gen. P. E. Gallagher, commanding officer, of Com Z, believes warm welcomes of new arrivals in hjs command Is essential to making their stay as. pleasant 'at possible. "Since first impressions of stallation have, such an important bearing on' the morale of the individual, It is necessary that every effort within available means be made to welcome appropriately new arrivals." Gallagher said. ] SYLVANIA I Factory Authorized Ij Service . | ENTERPRISE I i 170 M.' C.nlr. SI. Phon* PA 2-0030 { DIAL PA 4-1466 . . . for prompt, reliable, guaranteed; service on .any.make .radio or, TV., UNITED TELEVISION ! 54 Bedford Stre* By JACK O'BRIAN NEW YORK—(INS)—Inside CBS on Gleason's plight: One fac lion wants him to shift bis show to 8 p.m. IEST) instead of 8:30 to try and stop Perry Como's inex Arable march tc tie top' of the ratings. But the sponsors of the shows directly following have it in their contracts that they "must" follow Jackie Gleason and not "Stage Show.'. ... Uncle Miltie is very unhappy al his H'wood shows, blames it on H'wood, not his bad programs and may move back to Lindy's an} midnight, , . The Mormon Choir on "Wide. Wide World" yesterday gave an exciting musicale. .-. The background music of David Broekman to this fantastic TV gallivanting deserves a pat on the baton for Its fine high standard of artistic efficiency. . . We've been trying to sneak a word in edgewise about Tuti Camarala's fine musical accompaniment to Noel and Mary Martin's CBS-TV charade a week ago Saturday evening. Very good. "Medic 1 still is hot on the shock- treatment trail. Its medical frightcner a week from tonight: Sterility. . . Harry Belafonte is swimming in wo channels; he'll play a pug on next Sunday's General Electric Theatre (CBS) and is booked for six Colgate Sunday evening mishmashes i NBC). . . While Esther Williams dunked on CBS-TV yesterday. Mermaid Eleanor Holm dunked right back via ABC-TV. . . ABC-TV feels better about this week's upcoming Warner and MOM shows, considerably stripped of blatant movie plugs. Wyalt Earp's NBC-TV rating is rising nicely, thankee. . . Arnold Stang gave a neat lift o Perry Como's opuj. . . "The Big Surprise" didn't surprise anyone with anything bright- :r or better than its customary lysterical complications even hough it has made Sgt. Barney Arluck a rich man ($50,000-before axes). . . Studio One will be seven years young next Monday. .Among its nost frequent contributions is William Shakespeare, with six jmes, at TV bat. . , It has won 39 major TV awards, made Betty "urncss more popular in the kitchen than a midnight snack. . t-ITTi-C t-IX ' The "Join the novy ond see the world" slogqn has' been replaced by "Get elected to Congress and enjoy free travel onywherc." Television Highlights • MONDAY, OCTOBER-31, ID55 These television listings are compiled from programs furnished by-the stations. The Times is not responsible for laic changes. STATION KDKA (Flttiburfh, Channel 3 TODAV 5:00 Video Adventures 5:30 Wild Bill Hlckoic 6:W News 6:03 Bun And Bill 6:30 News 6:45 Political Talk 8:55 Sports 7:00 Waterfront 7:30 Time Out 7:45 Ranch Gals 8:00 Father Knows Best 6:30 Barlow Orchestra 9:00 Sherlock Holmes 9:30 Llbcrace 10:00 Studio One 11:00 World Tonight 11:15 Monday Theatre A.M. 12:30 Sports. Final 12:35 Swlnt Shift TOMO'BROW 7:00 Today. Gam way 9:00 Wayne Griffin 10:00 Carry Moore 10:30 Woman's Angle S Arthur Godfrey 11:30 School Program 12;W News 12:15 Cartoon* 12:30 Search Tomorrow 1:00 Lei's Vi*it ' 1:15 Kay's Kitchen 2:00 Baby Program 2:15 Valiant Lady 2:30 Meet Your Neighbor 3:00 House Party 3:30 Playhouse 330 4:00 BriRhier Day 4:15 Secret Storm 4:30 On Your Account STATION WSVA (Harrtsonhnrr. Channel : TODAT 3:00 Pinky Lee Show 5:30 Howdr Doody 3:00 Western Trails 6:42 Ncwi, Sponi 6:55 Market*. Weather 7:00 People Are Funny- 7:30 Disneyland 8:30 Eddy Arnold S:00 I Love Lucy 9:30 neeember Bride 10:00 noxinr 10:45 The Pl/iyhouae 11:43 News, Sporti TOMORROW 1!:<5 lllm Theatre 12:15 Love Of Lite 12:30 Search Tomorrow 12:45 Guiding Light 1:00 ChrUtopheril i : •. 1:30 I.ove 'Slory 2:00 Hlayhoute 3 3:W Malinec Theatre 4:00 Brighter Day 4:15 Secret Storm 4:30 On Your Accour.t TOMORROW 7:06 Today,' Garroway 9:00 Little Rascals 9:30 Romper Room . 10:00 Ding pong School 10:30 Search" Beauty 11:00 Home 12:00 Tennessee Ernie 12:30 Feather Your Nest 3:00 Feature .Playhouse 2:00 Afternoon 3:00 Matinee Theatre 4:00 Date With Ule 4:15 First Love 4:30 Mr. Sweeney 4:45 Modern Romances STATION WTTG (Washington. Channel 5) Cumberland. Cable 5) TODAY 5:00 Lamb Session .6:00 Hoppity Skippity 6:43 Looney Tunes 7:00 Matthew Warren 7:10 Weather Girl 7:15 It's Time To K»t 7:30 All-Star Theatre 8:00 Million Dollar Movie 3:30 Studio 57 10:00 Boxing 1Q:*5 Herman's Workshop jl:0ft Matthew Warren • 11:10 Featurama TOMORROW 9:05 Morning Hymn 9:10 Serial Theatre 9;30 l^tonpy Tunes 10:00 Academy Theatre 11:45 It's Time To Eat 32:00.Two In A Row 1:00 Adventure Film 2:00 Ladies Be Seated 3:30 1U Time TO Eat 3:43 Serial Theatre 4:00 Gene Autry 6:30 News. Weather 6:15 J'wi Gibbons 7:15 John Daly News 7:30 Topper 8:00 Readers Digest • . 8:30 Barlow Orchestra 9:00 Md. Grid Highlights 9:30'Medical Horizons 10:00 International Police 10:30 Top Plays 11:00 News, Weather 11:15 Malone Sports 11:25 7-Star Theatre TOMORROW 1:30 Cartoon Concert 2:00 Ladies Theatre 3:30 Quii Club' 4:03 Studio 7 4:33 Clown Corner (Cum STATION WBC ihlnjrton. Channel I) rland. Cable () TODAV • 5:00 Pinky Lee Show 5:30 Howdy Doody 6:M FoolliRht Theatre 6:45 Weather, News 6:i3 Sports 7:00 Sherlock Holmei 7:30 Tony Martin 7:45 Ncwi Caiavnn 8:M Caesnr's Hour 9:00 Medic 9:30 Robert Montgomery I Led Three Lives 11:00 Newi. Weather :1:20 Snort* Final ,l:2S Lei Paul. Mary Ford .1:30 Tonight STATION WJAC (Johnston n, Cbtnucl G> TOBAV 5:00 Superman 5:30 Howdy Doody 5:00 Sports- 6:15 World New* G:30 I Love Lucy 7:00 Break The Bank 7:30 Political Talk . 7:45 N'ews Caravan 8:00 Caesar's Hour 9:00 Medic 9:30 Robert Montgomery 10:30 Guy Lombardo 11:00 BiR Town 11:30 The Hunter 12:00 News TO-MORROW 7:00 Today, Gim'owny 9:00 Cooking Tips 9:30 Garry Moore 10:00 DinR Done School 10:30 Search Beahty 11:00 Home 12:00 Tcnncs-icr Ernie 13:30 Feather Your Nest 1:00 Search Tomorrow 1:13 Love Of Life 1:3(1 Love Story 2:15 Fun To Reduce 2:30 Housfi Party 2:'4S Movie Quick Quit 3:00 Matinee 4:00 Date With Ufe ' 4:15 Matinee Melodici 4:3$ Mr. Sweeney 4:45 Modern Romances STATION WMAL nvaihlnjcton, Chanel T> (Cumberland, Cable 3) TODAY 5:M Mickey Mouse Club 6:00 Town And Country STATION WTOP (Washington. Chinnel 9) (Cumberland, Cable 1} TODAT 5:00 My Little Margie 5:30 Foreign Incident 6:00 Range Rider 6:30 Spotlight 6:45 Edwards News 7:00 Soldiers Of Fortune 7:30 Robin Hood 8:00 Burns And Allen 8:30 Arthur Godfrey 9:00 1 Love Lucy 9:30 December Bride 10:00 Studio One • 11:00 The 11 Report 11:15 Patti Page 11:30 China Smith 12:00 The Late Show TOMORROW 6:55 Morning Meditation; 7:00'Morning Show 8:00 Captain Kangaroo 9:00 Billy Johnson Show* 9:30 Stark Evans 10:00 Carry Moore 10:30 Arthur Godfrey 11:30 Strike It Rich 12:00 Valiant Lady 12:15 Love Of U(e 12:30 Search Tomorrow 12:43 Guiding Light 1:00 Donna Invites 1:30 Lore story 2;00 Robert Q. Lowjj 2:30 House Party 3:00 Bis Payoff 3:30 Bob Crosby 4:00 Pick Tempi* Ranch World Tour ACROSS 3. 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Channel 10) 5:00 Mickey Slouse Club •6:00 News 6:13 The Passerby 6:30 Topper • 7:00 Sports 7:15 John Daly News 7:30 Ethfl And Albert 8:00 Carsar's Hour 9:00 nottic Mack .9:30 Mark Sab«r 10:00 Studio One Jl:00 News 11:15 Playhouse Ten U:30 The L»te show TOMORROW 9:00 Western Theatre 10:00 Serial Theatre 10:30 Search Beauty 11;M Flynn's Inn 11:30 Strike U Rtch 12:00 Tcnn«f,ee Etnle 12:15 l>ovc Of Life 12:30 News 12:45 Guiding Ughl 1:00 Jack Paar 1:30 Movie Matinee 3:00 Farm Prosram 3:30 Store.Girl 3:15 Your Own Home Answer to Prtviaut Punlo 47 Intestinal ' ^prefix) 48 Great Lake 50 Operatic solo 51 Distribute ; 52 Essential being

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