Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 15, 1955 · Page 17
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Dial. FA-iMbuO lor a WAN! Au ir» Record Building Since War End ' WASHINGTON - (INS) — The home" building industry has produced more than-ten million new homes and apartments. since the end of >World War II, a record- breaking achievement. : Yet, Henry G. Waltemade, president of the National Association of Real Estate. Boards, says there is still a'potential "demand for another eight million dwellings in the years-to come. : ' ' Waltemade bases his estimate on ^ a . federal reserve board report . ; which disclosed that nine million families are. dissatisfied with their present quarters'and want bigger and better homes. "If these expressed plans of American families are carried out," the NAREB head declares, "Then our business has a potential market that may aow be foreseen for about eight million homes." The abcedarian Psalms are those in which the verses of successive portions are arranged in alphabetical order, such as the 119th Psalm. Versatile Star Answtr to Previous Puzzla ACROSS DOWN 1 Versatile star 1 Sea skeleton M^lMlXIXI"^!*!* . Philip 2 Spheres of « He plays hero . action or "heavy" 3 Alloted portion 11 Speaker * Summer (Pr.) 13 Cy lindricaJ 5 Thither 14 Chemical 6 Rebel (coll.) substance 7 British money : .Grpu.cho Marx—<ind cast/ bring you a-variety •-';:;pf- entertainment each Thursday at 8 on .-''•"."Cable 4- ' . ' ••.•.••."..'• . a Watch for the UCLA vs. U.S.C. Football Game, Saturday, at 4:00. • Cumberland's Cable TV brings you— r at its .... .. best—all the network programs. Four un. '.-. '. duplicated programs to chpose from!—Plus, ' locals-programs at a later date. •.'.-' • Call us today for a FREE demonstration right .; in your own home. CALL US TODAY FOR DETAILS! Pdtomac Valley Television Co., Inc. 100 S. Liberty St. Ph. Pa. 2-6540 Cumberland, Maryland of account 8 Missile 9 Everlasting (poet) 10 Closed car 12 Sheepfold 20 Indolchines* l3 Browns * ** table sun 33 Gratify 18 Legal point '?"• 21 Continued story 15 Diminished 16 Blackbird of cuckoo family 17 Sea eagle 19 Pewter coin of Malaya 23 Separated 25 Direction 26 Rot flax 27 Vehicle 29 Dance step 32 Waited on region 22 Electrical unit 23 His/'woods are a state 24 Scoffs 27 Solicitude 28 Scottish sailyard 29 Golfer's term 30 Devotee 31 View his—in the motion picture theater 32 Petty quarrel 34 Venerate 37 Vend 38 He has —. starred in several films 39 Accomplishes 41 Town (Cornish . prefix) 42 Peer Gynt'* mother 44 Perched 45 Eludes 48 Type of fur 51 Be irked at 52 Lender 53 Paradise* 54 Tintets 36 Humbler 37 Cubic meter 38 He is in versatile parts .40 Those who (suffix) 43 Conger 46 Low haunt 34 Goddess of the 47 Abstract being • dawn 49 Wand >> SSDyestufl 50 Month iw' SOUTH IN HIS PLUOrtU'L E THING I MUST £. r . r ~ H'EVEFWTHiNG ar DROPS OFT IS DE OF THE. FINEST NGLlSH V.QRKK 5 5Z 30' 27. r5. 54 Television Highlights TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15. 13W .'.*.These television listings are complied from programs furnisheil by the stations. Hie Times is not responsible for late changes. - .. ' WANTED-MEN TO TRAIN FOR TELEVISION FOK J<>BS PAYING S3,600.00 TO $7,500.00 A YEAR 1 After Augmenting Training With Experience Here's.a wonderful chance to find out about a PROVED way to I earn big money. No previous TV or Radio experience, needed..Keep present job. Train ah home "during spare hours. Part time income possible while learning. When you complete program, our Employment Service helps you start earning GOOD MONEY. Act quickly. Get surprising facts: free: Mail coupon now to 'Radio-Television Training School, Inc. , ; Television Opportunity Box 800AX, % Times-News, Cumberland, Md. Name ; .• Age ,. . Address .'. .";. City .. Zone .,.. State ....... . - ..„..-" . . ' No. 106 STATION KJDKA TODAY (Pltlsburih, Channel :) S:00 Video • Adventures 5:30 Howdy Doody 6:00 News 6:05 Buzz and BUI 6:30 News 6:45 Pitt Parade 7:00 Rin Tin Tin 7:30 Time Out 7:45 Ranch Gait 8:00 Bob Hope 9:00 Studio 37 9:30 Red Skelton 10:00 $64,000 Question 10:30 Curtain Time 11:00 World Tonight 11:15 Triangle Theatre A, M. 12:30 Sports Final 12:35 Swing Shift TOMORROW 7:00 Today Garroway 9:00 Wayne Griffin 10:00 Garry Moore 10:30 Woman's Angle 10:45 Arthur Godfrey x 11:30 Strike ,It Rich 12:00 News 12:15 Cartoons L2:30 Search Tomorrow 12:45 Guiding Light 1:00 Bill Brant 1:30 Kay's Kitchen 2:00 Robert Q. Lewi« 2:15 Valiant Lady 2:30 Meet Your Neighbor 3:00 Big Payoff 3:30 Playhouse* 330 4:00 Brighter Day 4:15 Secret Storm 4:30 On Your Account 11:25 Les Raul, Mary Ford 11:30-Tonight -, TOMORROW 7:00 Garroway 9:00 Little RascalS 9:30 Homper Room 10:00 Ding Dong School 10:30 Search Beauty ' 11:00 Home '12:00 Tenessee Ernie 12:30 Feather Your Nest 1:00 Peoples Playhouse 2:00 Afternoon ... 3:00 Matinee Theatre 4:00 Date With Life 4:15 First Love . 4:30 Mr. Sweeney 4:45 Modern Romances 6:30 News, Weather 6:45 Jim Gibbons 7:15 John Daly 'News 7:30 Warners Present 8:30 Wyatt Earp 8:00 Danny Thomas 9:30 Cavalcade Theatre 10:00 Outside USA 10:30 City Detective 11:00 News, Weather ' 11:15 Sports 11:25 7-Star Theatre TOMORROW 1:30 Cartoon Concert 2:00 Ladies Theatre 3:30 Quiz Club 4:00 Studio 7 4:30 Clown Corner 24"PHILCO "Miss America" TV With Top Touch Tuning Juit • touch turns th« ttt en. , Just touch change* <ta- ttorts automatically. Juil • toych turnt it •ff.-'" •:-.:' . Shiran Kay Ritchie, "Miss America 1 ' to 1956. Her choice isthii24'Philco. Frte Custemtr' Parking , Just, Abo*<i .Our Virfinia Av«. Star* NEW STORE HOURS Man. thru Friday 9 A. M. to I P. M., Sat. to 6 r. M. Cumberland Electric Co. Virjinia Ava. a» Sacand ll Saulh Ukaity Sr. •hana PA 2-4191 PA 2-4M2 STATION* WSVA (Hsrrlsonbunr. Channel 1) '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 CavaFcade Theatre 9:00 Fireside Theatre 9:30 Red Skelton 10:00 $64,000 Question 10:30 Wrestling 11:00 The Playhouse 12:00 News, Sports TOMORROW 11:45 Film Theatre 12:15 Love Of Life % 12:30 Search Tomorrow 12:45 Guiding Light 1:00 The Pastor 1:15 Film Theatre 1:30 Love Story 2:00 Playhouse 3 3:00 Matinee Theatre 4:00 Brighter Day 4:15 Secret Storm 4:30 On Your Account STATION WTTO OVasblnetoii, Channel 5) (Cumberland Cable 5) TODAY 5:00 Lamb Session .56:00 Hoppity Skippiry -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 Fcaturama TOMORROW 9:05 Morning Hymn 9:10 Serial'Theatre 9:30 Looney Tunes 10:00 Academy Theatre 12:00 Looney Tunes 12:30 Serial Theatre 12:45 It's Time To Eat 1:00 Two Jn A Row 2:00 Ladies Be Seated 3:30 Flame Theatre 4:00 Brighter Day 4:15 Secret Storm 4:30 On Your Account STATION WRC (Washington, Channel 4) (Cumberland. Cable 4) TODAY 5:00 Pinky Lee 5:30 Howdy Doody 6:00 Footlight Theatre 6:45 Weather, News- 6:55 Sports 7:00 Superman 7:30 Dinah Shore 7:45 News Caravan 8:00 Bob Hope 9:00 Fireside Theatre 9:30 Circle Theatre 10:30 Big Town . 11:00 News, Weather' 11:20 Sports' STATION WJAC (Johnslnwn. Channel 6) TODAY 5:00 Kit Carson 5:30 Howdy Doody 6:00 Sports 6:15 World News 6:30 Stop The Music 7:00.Annie Oakley 7:30 Dinah Shore 7:45 News Caravan 8:00 Bob Hope 9:00 Fireside Theatre 9:30 Circle Theatre 10:30 Hitchcock Presents 11100 Follow That Man 11:30 Christophers 12:00 News TOMORROW 7:00 Garroway 9:00 Film . 9:15 Morning Devotions 9:30 Garry Moore 30:00 Ding Dong School 10:30 Search Beauty 11:00 Home 12:00 Tenessee Ernie 12:30 Feather Your Nest 1:00 Search Tomorrow 1:15 Love Of Life 1:30 Love Story 2:00 Man To Man 2:15 Fun To Reduce 2:30 House Party 2:45 Movie Quick Quiz 3:00 Matinee 4:00 Date With Life 4:15 Matinee Melodic* 4:30 Mr. Sweeney 4:45 Modern Romances STATION WTOr (Washington, Channel 9) (Cumberland CabU 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 Log 9:00 Meet Millie 9:30 Red Skelton 10:00 $64,000 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 Kangaroo , 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 Of Life . 12:30 Search Tomorrow 12:45 Guiding Light 1:00 Jack Paar. 1:30 Love Story 2:00 Robert Q. Lewis 2:15 Donna Douglas 2:30 House Party 3:00 Big Payoff 3:30 Bob Crosby 4:00 Pick Temple Ranch STATION WMAL (Washington, Channel ~) (Cumberland Cable 3) TODAY . 5:00 Mickey Mouse Club 6:00 Town And Country STATION WFBG , (Altoona. Channel 10) 5:00 Mickey Mouse Club 6:00 News, 6:13 Bobo The Hobo 6:30 Life Of Rfley ; - 7:00 Sports 7:15 John Dab' News 7:30 Warners Present 8:30 Tales Of Century 3:00 Danny Thomas 9:30 Navy Log 10:00 564,000 Question 10:30 Favorite Husband 11:00 News 11:15 Playhouse 10 11:30 Scotland Yard 12:00 The Late Snow • TOMORROW 7:00 Morning SIww 8:00 Captain Kaocano 9:00 Western Theatre 10:00 Serial Theatre 10:30 Search Beauty 11:00 Flynn's Iiin 31:30 Strike It Rich 1Z:00 Tennessee Ernie 12:15 Love Of Hie 12:30 News ' • 12:45 Guiding Light 1:00 Jack Paar 1:30 Movie Matinee 3:00 Big Payoff ' 3:30 Store Girl i 4:00 Brighter Day : 4:15 Secret Storm 4:30 On Your Account Chicago Police Aid Alcoholics CHICAGO—(INS)—Habitual alcoholics now can turn for help instead of a "sleep it off!" place in a jail cell under a new program instituted by the Chicago police! department. Booklets prepared with the help of Alcoholics Anonymous, were distributed to the city's 8,000 policemen and the 871 Park District officers outlining steps to be taken by an alcoholic. The pamphlet contains a test questionnaire used by Johns Hopkins university of Baltimore in determining whether a patient actually is an alcoholic. Mayor Richard J. Daley said Chicago has "the first police.de- partment in the country to take action against alcoholism in such a wide scale attack." A forward to the 16-page booklet said the instructions are a source of information for a person who honestly wants to quit drinking" and is not. "to be construed as a reform or reJigious movement." The police department chief surgeon, Dr. Pat S. Vitulla, said there arc more than 33,000 chronic alcoholics'in .Chicago, and 100,000 problem drinkers. Alcoholics, he said, are increasing at the rate of 2,300 p«r year. , . Ferry Service Again FREDERICKSBURG, Va. The site of the ferry landing once used daily by George Washington to go to school in Ftedericksburg has been donated to a foundation planning to revive the ferry «er vice., . . , v ' Tecii-Age Hotrodder Fails In His Ruse KNOXVILLE, Tenn. tf> - A teenage hotrodder succeeded in out- "oxing himself in his attempt to ose a couple of pursuing traffic .)S. He mired his low-slung, fen- derless job in a ditch,-and had to escape on foot. Police are waiting 'or him to claim the expensive hotrod, towed to headquarters by a wrecker. X. YX UZE 0170 TtfsftlF IS THE EASIEST' STICK-UP I'VE E Cttt.f3.J- S.' *-<3? LIKE MS TKOUSLSS) THE !0£A OP- TO DESTEOV 7HEPCECTOP-OF • t WASN'T. I SUPPOSE , . --- ._- MDU H<*ve \ PRCOf? , PKOOP, AVS5- .1 VE5, X PC/. Copf. 1955 fry NEA S-inic*. few. T. M. R*t. U. S. Pat Off. I WANT "K7 START OJTTJMS CVEB TMSCS - GET BUS 1 *' 6I5SLES MA6EE /ALWAYS LIKES TO MAKE A BI6 ENTRANCE OH HIS TELEVISION SHOW. THESE BAMAMA JUST INSIDE ' I Z DOCW WILL HELP / HIM FEB. 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