Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 8, 1955 · Page 12
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 12

Cumberland, Maryland
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Tuesday, November 8, 1955
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TWELVE EVENING TIMES, CUMBEKLAflD, MIX, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1955 Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT AD Tak« Prison Term Given Parole Violator Roy E. Rhodes, city, was brought before Associate Judge Morgan C. Harris yesterday afternoon and sentenced to three years in the Maryland penitentiary for violation of parole. , . , On December 7, 1953, a crimin al information charging Rhodes with forgery was filed in the local To Build Dwelling ' A permit to build a one-story concrete block dwelling on Lot 617 of Williams Street has been obtained by James F. Drake, 618 Avondale Avenue. The dwelling will be 35 by 28 feet and the cost is estimated at ?5,000. court. He was arraigned on December 10 that year and pleaded guilty. On December 29, he was sen- passing a number of worthless checks. He was taken to the peniten- morning. Counsel for the was Edwin Horchler. term was suspended. The prisoner was paroled underjQ ourl House, Courts the supervision of the parole offi-j cer on the condition he kept the peace, be of good behaviour, abstain from the use of intoxicating liquor, support his two minor children, get employment and make restitution of $474.35 obtained through forgery. Rhodes was arrested over a month ago and has been detained in the County Jail on a charge of To Be Closed Friday The Court House, Trial Magistrates Court and Juvenile Court will all be closed Friday in observance of Veterans Day. The county commissioners will meet Thursday instead of the usual Friday session. There will be no Police Court on Friday. , •* Science Finds New Way To Melt Off Facial Hair New Odorless Pink Cosmetic leaves skin beautifully soft and hair free. Also melts hair from legs and arms in minutes. Science has discovered a .new pink odorless cosmetic for women that safely melts off embarrassingjhair from upper lip and chin in minutes ...leaving your skin beautifully soft and feminine. Thoroughly tested arid proved medically safe and pure, it is highly effective and remarkably gentle. This new way is also bestjfor melt- , ing off hard-to"-remove hair on legs, ' arms and underarms...deep down, where razors cannot reach. No razor rash, cuts and scratchy stubble!. No coarse, bristly re-growth! This new cosmetic is called NEET; It's the n&vi facial quality hair remover and comes in cream or lotion form. Follow easy directions to melt off facial hair and -all other un. wanted hair, the/dainty, feminine way ...for long lasting smoothness. FACIAL QUALITY HAIR REMOVER , today . and 69c plus tax 138 Baltimore St. Cumberland Or Shop The Friendly MURPHY Store In Your Neighborhood Culms Patients TV Declared God's Gift To Mental Cases By CHARLES MERCER CEDAR GROVE, N.J. 0?i—"Television is God's gift to the mental hospital patient." So says Dr. Joseph G. Sutton, superintendent of Essex County overbrook Hospital, the largest county mental institution in New Jersey. There are now about 50 TV sets installed in wards where 2,850 patients live. "Since we've completed installa* tion of a set in each ward," says Dr. Sutton, "There is one definite generalization I can make: Patients are calmer. We haven't had disturbances such as we used to have sometimes on some wards." Some Seem Entranced . Visit a woman's ward and you'll see 30 or 40 women sitting about in comfortable chairs watching soap opera. Some seem entranced by the program and others appear .only -mildly interested. Theirs are th« reactions you would expect to see in an equivalent number of women outside the hospital. . _ • Go to a men's ward arid you'll see 20 or 30 men ^sitting around watching a variety "program. Several laugh approvingly at jokes, as if cued 'by the performer on the screen. Others look as bored as a jaded television critic. "It's difficult to find much difference between the tastes of the iiospital audience .and the general viewing audience," says" Dr. Sut. "Here the men are especially fond of ball ga'mes and the fights. The women like home programs. The older folks enjoy the look-up and lift-up type of program. "Variety programs are general iavorites. But there seems to be little interest in heavy drama pro' _rams. Subtlety, character development, the ramifications of story plot—that sort of thing fails to iiold interest." Music Most Beneficial He specifically named the Ed SuEivan show, the Arthur Godfrey progfams and "The 564,000 Ques tion" as among the most popular with patients. Music is the most beneficial entertainment TV brings to patients, he believes^. "Its soothing effects, even the effects of hill-billy music the most popular form here, cannot be over-emphasized." The whale is the world's largest animal. A 100-foot blue whale is far-bigger than'the prehistoric dinosaur and mastodon. State's Waterfowl Season Underway EASTON, Md. W> — Yesterday's weather — overcast with intermittent rain — was perfect for waterfowl hunters and they made the most of it as the season opened in Maryland. Wildlife officials said the weather drove the birds closer to shores or fields near the hunters' blinds. Many hunters got their legal bags of two geese shortly after the season opened half an hour before sunrise. Canadian geese were reported in the shore country in perhaps the largest numbers ever. Ducks which won't be along in top numbers until cold weather were not as plentiful as geese, but neither were they scarce. James G. Busick. Emmett Andress and J. Edward Walters of Cambridge, reported they got their full quota of ducks each. They hunted near Golden Hill in Dorchester County. The season will continue through Jan. 15, giving hunters 10 more days than they had last year. The; states in the Swiss federacy are called cantons. Out Come Corns! Or. Scholl's Super-Fast NERVE-DEEP Relief Talk about fast action with Dr. Scholl's Zino-pads! , Just the pads alone on corns or sore toes block the pain zone almost like magic! Used with the sepa- ff ** m **^ rate Medications included in every box, Zmo-pads , remove corns one of the quickest ways_ known * to medical science! You never tried anything ^ , so wonderful Sold everywhere. ^Scholl's lino-pads «•*»*» New Sizzle to match „ * **"' rr~" Vl W HAT YOU SEE pictured here is Buick for 1956— and from die gleam of that "V" grille to the sassy slant of the tail fins, you can see it has no equal for gorgeous good looks. But what you see from, the curb is' fully matched by what you feel at the wheel—and that's gospel. For this Buick gets its zoom from a mighty 322- cubic-inch VS engine lofted to a new record high in power and compression—and from a spectacular new advance in Variable Pitch Dynaflow.* What's new in the '56 Dynaflow is. this: in the first inch of pedal travel— and not with wide-open throttle— your Buick moves from standstill to cruise with silk-smooth, instant and certain getaway. But comes a sudden need for safety-surge action to get out of a tight spot-and you floor the pedal to switch the' pitch of this airplane-inspired transmission. Instantly and smoothly, you're at full-power acceleration —a thrill beyond words. There's a lot more we could tell you about these great new Buicks— about brilliant new interiors, a superb new ride with a safer "sense of direction/' and new safety features everywhere you look. But the best way to get the whole story of the best* Buick yet is right at the wheel of one of these '56 beauties. So drop in this week and do just that. > Advanced Variable Pitch Dynaflow is the only Dyivafloto Buick builds today. It is standard on Roadmastcr, Super and Century —optional at modest extra cost on the Special. ..*••*". '•••"" G*t 4-S«ai*n G«mf«rtlr> y*Mf new Snick with FHIOIDAIM CONDITIONINO-M* «f • MW Itw frt* • WHIN MTTM AUTOMOMIS AM Mill WICK W1U WtlD Thompson Buick Corporation , V 429 N. Mechanic Street Cumberland, Md. Phoni PA 2.1400 St. Cloud Motors 102 East Main Street Frostburg, Md, Phone 441 Its so easii 7 BUSES DAILY NEW YORK $7.70 Including 7 Expresses. 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