Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 8, 1955 · Page 17
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Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1955 SEVENTEEN New E * d Goes Nowhere ELKHART LAKE, Wis.-(INS)Sports car racing fans will like aj new road that goes nowhere in Wisconsin. It is the first major race course in the country designed specifically for the fast-growing sport of road racing. Instead of the conventional oval, the million-dollar "Road America" is a scientifically designed layout which affords calculated curves, fast straightaways, tricky grades and descents. The four-mile blacktop surface, located about two miles southeast af Elkhart Lake, follows the rugged hills and wooded tracts of the area. J. K.~ Johnson, an official of Elkart Lake' Road America, Inc., said the new course is designed to provide clockwise or Counter-clockwise racing in competition. ' Scientists Have New Weapon For Insomnia NEW YORK-UNS)-Scientists have dreamed up a new idea for curing insomnia—controlling nighttime temperatures to match a person's sleeping characteristics. Studies show there is a definite relationship 'between bedroom temperatures and how well we sleep. Research director Dr. Finn H. Larsen said scientific studies show that by controlling nighttime atmosphere it enables us to fall asleep more easily with the result that we then enjoy a deeper, more restful sleep throughout the night. ' . The United States grows more than 70 per cent of the world's com crop. . • "Donald Duck"—which we all remember, symbolizes Walt Disney's productions. Disneyland—is seen on Cabled, 7:30 p.m. • each Wednesday for a full hour, also, Walt Disney's "Mickey Mouse Club" can be seen daily,-Monday, Friday on Cable 3 from 5:00 to 6:00 p. m. • Your Christmas present is ready and it is not TOO EARLY to give it—IF it is Cable TV! CALL US TODAY FOR DETAILS! 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PA 2-6540 Cumberland, Maryland TV Actress Answer to Previous Puzzle ACROSS SStray 9 Narrow inlei J Video actress, ,„_ . ., Williams 10 ? r ? s ? nt rnontb (ab.) 11 Maple genus 12 Not as much 19One(Fr.) 21 Obstetric bandage 23 Conducted 23 ElectricaJ unit 31 Concludes 24 Hinders 25 Essential , being harmoniously 26 j ap anese 25 Weird outcasts 27 Rave 29 Fiddling emperor 7 She appears in a TV 13 Unwilling 14 King's son 15 Sow anew 16 Expunge* 17 Consume 18 Weapon 20 Troops (ab.) 21 Combined 28 Pith 32 Remain erect 33 Gull-like bird 34 Grit 35 Biblical name 36 Venerates 40'Bows 41 Harvester! 43Turl 46 Coloring substance 47 Island (Fr.) 50 She has on the television screen 53 Conductor 56 Live over 57 Compound ethers •58 Horn j 59 Tape anew DOWN . 1 Female horse 2 Eye layer 3 Pause ••. 4 Anger 5 Peer Gynt's mother 6 Shelf 1 Exhauiti 30 Ship's retinue 44 Presage 45 Simpleton 35 Spring (ab.) 47 Notion 37 Early English 48 Sweet <ab.) secretion 38 More enraged 49 Gaelic 39 Foreign agent 51 Sesame 42 Lamprey- 52 First woman catcher 54 Compass poin 43 Wheys of milk 55 Pewter coin o Thailand Z 5 ti 54 i 1? 50. 58 "ft 57 I 38 39 7 I/ S7 59 b Z 1 110 (Z 50 W Tele v i %ioit Highlights TCESDAT. NOVEMBER 1. 19.w These television listings are compiled from programs furnished by the i stations. -The Times is not responsible for late changes. STATION" KDKA TODAY (Pittsburgh, Channel 2) 5:00 Video Adventures 5:30 Howdy Doody 6:00 News fi:05 Buzz and BUI 6:30 News 6:45 Pitt Parade 7:00 Rin-Tin Tin 7:30 Time Out . 7:45 Ranch Gals 8:00 Milton Berle 9:00 Studio 57 9:30 Red Skelton 10:00 $64,000 Question 10:30 Curtain Time 11:00 World Tonight i 11:15 Triangle Theatre A. Si. 12:30 Sports Final 12:35 Swing Shift 11:25 I,es Paul, Mary Ford 11:30 Tonight TOMORROW 7:00 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:30 11:00 12:00. 12:30 1:00 2:00 3:00 4:00 4:15 4:30 4:45 Garroivav Little .Rascals Homper Room Ding Dong School Search Beauty Home Tenessee Ernie Feather Your Nest Feature Playhouse Afternoon- Matinee Theatre Date With Life First Love Mr. Sweeney Modern Romances FOLLOW THE LEAD OF "MISS AMERICA" r> \j' Sharon Kay Ritchie, "Miss America" for 1956. Her -choice is this24'Philco. 7:00 9:00 10:00 10:30 10:45 11:30 12:00 12:15 12:30 12:45 1:00 1:30 2:00 2:15 2:30 3:00 3:30 4:00 4:15 4:30 TOMORROW Today Garroway Wayne Griffin Garry Moore Woman's Angle Arthur Godfrey School Program News Cartoons • •' ' ' Search Tomorrow Guiding Light Bill Brant Kay's Kitchen Robert Q. Lewis Valiant Lady . Meet Your Neighbor Big Payoff Playhouse 330 Brighter Day Secret Storm On Your Account STATION WTTG (Washington. Channel 5) (Cumberland C»ble 5) TODAY 5:00 Lamb Session 6:00 Hoppity Skippity 6:30 Cindy Lou's Ranch 7:05 Matthew Warren 7:15 Yesterday Newsreel 7:30 Name That .Tune 8:00 Million Dollar Movie 9:30 Paris Precinct 10:30 Wrestling 11:00 Matthew Warren 11:10 Featurama STATION WSVA (lUrrisonburt:. Channel 3) TODAY 5:00 Pinky Lee Show 5:30 Howdy Doody 6:00 Western Trails 6:45 ; News. Sports' 6:55 Market. Weather 7:00 Mystery Theatre 7:30 Loretta Young 8:00 Phil Silvers 8:30 Cavalcade Theatre 9:00 Fireside Theatre 9:30 Red Skelton 10:00 £64,000 Question 10:30 Wrestlins 11:00 The Playhouse 12:00 News, Sports 9:05 9:10 9:30 10:00 11:45 32:00 1:00 2:00 3:30 3:45 4:00 4:15 4:30 TOMORROW Morning Hymn Serial Theatre Looney Tunes Academy Theatre It's. Time To Eat Two In A Row ' Adventure. Ladies Be Seated lt|s Time To Eat Serial Theatre Brighter Day Secret Storm On Your Account STATION WJAC (Johnstown. Channel 6) •••'•• TODAY 11:45 12:15 12:30 12:45 1:00 1:15 1:30 2:00 3:00 4:00 4:15 4:30 TOMORROW Film Theatre Love Of Life Search Tomorrow Guiding Light The Pastor Film Theatre Love Story Playhouse 3 Matinee Theatre Brighter Day Secret Storm On Your Account STATION WRC (Washington. Channel 4) (Cumberland. Cable 4) TODAY 5:00 5:30 6:00 6:45 6:55 7:00 7:30 7:45 8:00 9:00 9:30 10:30 >1:00 11:20 Pinky Lee Howdy Doody Footlight Theatre Weather, News Sports Superman Dinah Shora News Caravan Milton Berle Fireside Theatre Playwrights '56 Big Town News, Weather Sports 5:00 5:30 6:00 6:15 6:30 7:00 7:30 7:45 8:00 9:00 9:30 10:30 11:00 12:00 7:00 9:00 9:15 9:30 10:00 10:30 11:00 12:00 12:30 1:00 3:15 1:30 2:00 2:15 2:30 2:45 3:00 4:00 4:15 4:30 4:45 Kit Carson Howdy Doody Sports World News Stop The Music Robin Hood Dinah Shore News Caravan Milton Berle Fireside Theatre Playwrights '56 Hitchcock Presents. Lullaby Theatre News TOMORROW Garroway Film . Morning Devotions Garry Moore Ding Dong'School Search Beauty Home Tenessee Ernie. Feather Your Nest Search Tomorrow Love Of Life Ixive Story Man To Man Fun To Reduce House Party Movie-Quick Quiz Matinee Date With Life Matinee Melodies Mr. Sweeney Modern Romance* 6:30 News, Weather 6:45 Jim Gibbons 7:15 John Daly News 7:30 Warners Present 8:30 Wyalt Earp 9:00 Danny Thomas 9:30 Cavalcade .Theatre 10:00 Outside USA 10:30 City Detective 11:00 News, Weather 11:15 Sports 11:23 "-Star Theatre TOMORROW 1:30 Cartoon-Concert 2:00 Ladies Theatre 3:30 Quiz Club 4:00 Studio 7 4:30 Clown Corner STATION WTOP (Washington, Channel 9) (Cumberland Cable 2) TODAY 5:00 My Little Margie 5:30 Foreign Incident 6:00 Range Rider 6:30 Spotlight 6:45 News 7:00 Favorite Husband 7:30 Amos And Andy 8:00 Phil Silvers 8:30 Navy Los 9:00 Meet Millie 9:30 Red Skelton 10:00 564,000 Question 10:30 Waterfront 11:00 The 11 .Report 11:15 Week In Sports 11:30 Boston Blackie 12:00 The Late Show TOMORROW 6:55 Morning Meditations 7:00 Morning »Show 8:00 Captain Kancaroo 9:00 Johnson's Corner 9:30 Mark Evans 10:00 Garry Moore 10:30 Arthur Godfrey 11:30 Strike It Rich 12:00 Valiant Lady 12:15 Love Ot Life 12:30 Search Tomorrow 12:45 Guiding Light 1:00 Donna Invites 1:30 Lbve Story 2:00 Robert Q. Lewis 2:30 House Party 3: Oft, Big Payoff 3:30 Bob Crosby 4:00 Pick Temple Ranch STATION WFBG (Altoona, Channel 10) 5:00 Mickey Mouse Club 6:00 News • 6:15 Bobo The Hobo 6:30 Life Of Riley 7:00 Sports 7:15 John Daly News 7:30 Warners Present 8:30 Guy Lombardo 9:00'Danny Thomaj 9:30 Navy Log 10:00 SS4.000 Question 10:30 Favorite Husband 11:00 N'cws 11:15 Playhouse 10 11:30 The Late Show STATION WMAL (Washington. Channel 7) (Cumberland Cable 3) TODAY 5:00 Mickey Mouse Club 6:00 Town And Country 7:00 8:00 9:00 10:00 •10:30 11:00 11:30 12:00 .12:15 12:30 12:45 1:00 1:30 3:00 3:30 4:00 4:15 4:30 TOMORROW Morning Show Captain Kangaroo Western Theatre Serial Theatre Search Beauty Flynn's Inn Strike It Rich Tennessee Ernie Love Of Life News Guiding Light Jack Paar Movie Matinee Big Payoff Store Girl Brighter Day Secret Storm On Your Account 24" PHI LCD \\ TV with TOP TOUCH TUNING Just .a. touch terns the get on. Just, • * touch changes stations automatically. Justa touch turns it off. Nothing matches the fabulous Mahogany veneer console for advanced features, .performance, value and styling. $ 389 M i Even from acrow the room, just touch the control and change stations. You never have to leave your easy chair. U.S. Rubber Consumption Tops All Oilier Nations NEW YORK—(INS)—New rubber consumption in the United States currently is at the rate of .nearly 20 pounds per person a lyear, while the rest of the world uses only about one pound per person a year. According to W. C. Gulick, president o£ International B. F. Goodrich Company. Without America's man-made rubber production facilities and know- how—shared with associated companies in other countries—the world would be short about 1,000,000 long tons of rubber this year. Local Nurses Taking Training At Bridgeport Three members of the staff at Sacred Heart Hospital are taking special advance training at St. Vincent's Hospital, Bridgeport, Ccnn. They are Miss Joyce Turner. LaVale, who is getting additional training in surgery: Miss Margaret Lee Lynch, J24 North Lee Street, emergency, and Miss Carroll Jean Minke, " Bobbins Terrace, obstetrics. Paper Prospect ESCANABA, Mich, tfl — Editor Jean Worth of the Escanaba Daily Express reported to Michigan's Upper Peninsula Development Bu reau that Upper Peninsula's forests now have a wood surplus 'that invited conversion by paper j ndustries." Worth based his re- iort oh a survey. Fret Customer Parking Juit Above Our Virfinio Att. Store NEW STORE HOURS Mon. thru Friday 9 A. M. to 8 P. M., Sat. to 6 F. M. Cumberland Electric Co. Vtrfini* Are. «t Second 11 South Liberty St. Phone PA 2-4191 'phone PA 2-4M2 |Nervous Hunting LOS' ANGELES tfv-Mary Ellen Kay brought her cat and her canary to an animal hospital last week. The findings: they were suffering from nervous exhaustion. Said the doc: "Too much game of cat and mouse." Norway To Noire Dnmc Knute Rocknc was born in Nor way in 1888, coming to America with his parents when he was fiv? 5i years old. and growing up in ahd Incar Chicago. -AMP EVEKV VEAR,TMIS ANNOUNCEMENT REMINDS WASHINGTON QFQNE — WATCH OUT The Bald fcjflte is the national emblem of louiest Slobbovia. AT ALL POINTS OF ' U.S. ENTRY!? It is a Qreater rnenace to civi lization than the Creature From the Black Lagoon or the Monster .p With the Atom Brain M H When you looK into 'its b'«2 brootn eyes, you must fcell the truth!.' This, of course, makes itimpossible to carry on any courtship, many s,and most political speeches. - Don't let it LD LUKE/ WHAT FINE sS WE USEP.IO HAVE TOGETHER.. HE' VA<M3U LIKE, EH? >• SOTTA CAM^RV\ HARWDNVOF CONTRASTS' UNOEp OAT APEOtJ, J THUS PEUCfOUetV eLENp* CC VA 6OT «J PA-V IMS." VJ2GN6UNEWHEN CAREERS \VEBB \VOT A VH2CE--FULI- >«OWSX> eraovrc "VAt c\\\vo\ I CAM r CUT TIMSEK AS FAST /»S VCU LOSE IT IM r DOM~ > T TAKES. 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