Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 10, 1955 · Page 3
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 3

Cumberland, Maryland
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Thursday, November 10, 1955
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Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10. 1955 THREE Lillian Roth Reaches Peak As Alcoholic Writer ^ B>-JACK O'BRIAN LNEW YORK - (IKS) - Having abandoned so much of her career in the bottoms of various bottles, if is no more than proper that Lillian Roth should get so much sober out of her soggy memor-l since Uncle* Millie went on theiPress Club spectacular next Mon.lBennett's singing is just a touch The ABC-TV network- has thisjdaintier than it actua n v j s . a ,,d air. Silvers' CBS-TV soldier-comedyjProud new boast: It tops all net-i y , ,. sustained notes icked UD a 25.2 ratine-nies. nidi work ratings from 7:30 to 8:30 Xaughn *«»»o«s sustained notes racked up a 25.2 rating Tues. night \vhiJe Berle's first half-hour registered 17.6. . . ' second half-hour edgedj"" e , year - ^ lieu a Bather in theiGeorge .eting "Navy Log" 2' Q «J flscal ca ? of the new ABC man-jP° in . ls Last night Miss Roth turned in a! ]8 -5. which.still left Berle ii. „„, level of emotional acting on the 1 Trendex lurch, for the full hour.j Goodson-Todman (what's my line] U.S. Stee' Hour seldom reached on'21.8 to 19.8. . . . jand other panel .programs) has ai |TV, and in fact, seldom reached! Eve (Miss Brooks) Arden mavi brand new giveaway they expect! p."m. l (EST> daily fYiightly?)7~a]Set an offkey mangling, much in _ _ _ ^_ , survey skyrocket of 97 per cent in the manner Georgie Price spoofs ner in the res j dual rcvenue . or • i f _ , t • ; t . • tianfn'a. lact-rkl *c- ivMv'-i.'nrl ititiCiOQl !* * .. .. .. exactly $128.000 for herself, and her! little old taxman The CBS' deal Sid Luft is-trying to extract would pay Judy $-100,000 apiece, to b" filmed with CBS m equal part- The center of everything the buildup else $300.000 for the shebang with! -V A wa uas j—. I " vm.+t ASVlhJViU Vlii bllV, 1.111UJ. .1WUO IL, liie drama was "Outcast," aboutlselier. Very good casting. . . the social dregs dredged by ' ..... , . . , ,. Milton Berles variety was his;, decision to -.. . _-„ 0 — 0 . . . . .persons in \'astlv contrasting cate-i . a: Martha Rave says-she's through flrst sprightly show this season.! gories a la ^sl night's prettv. movie writers slowly being drown-with movies forever. TV and Lassie Millie even felt compelledi youn </ oirl nsvcholo«ist who"-select-'' ed by alcoholism. Vegas pour almost $500,000 into to admit right on TV that bis first^ ^"^^ a" her jab at Fort^ A walloping performance. . . .(Martha's cavernous bank account/"'" f "° c "'""° "" 1 *"" 1 """" —* s — - ' Talk about mixed emotions: Philj Letters are streaming in sug- bilvers hadn't the-heart to makeigesting a rerun of NBC's hour-long lis Paige's sponsor won't leti; iier cut her coiffure; wants Ja to look off TV.just as she does on'j ABC announced "The Wicked !j " would be its Jan. 29 "Fam-^ (Continued on Page £) I t>A a celebration of his raomentousiTV conversation with feat — the first performer to clob-;Hoover; fine idea. two tries were no laughing matter . 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