Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 22, 1955 · Page 3
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 3

Cumberland, Maryland
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Tuesday, November 22, 1955
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AJU : CV£jNiNtt : •'T AiA^ TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1955 Good Influence: iriBreaker OnyideoShpiv Is •"Ktih'etir'od 99 • "• •:• , • • . ' '• "• ' : . • By CHARLES MERCER NEW YORK GPt-A girl friend of mine has a favorite television, program which she enjoys watching while lying oh her side drinking from a bottle. Her sultry expression when she watches the fellow in charge of this program finally has moved me to'get in touch witji the guy and try to learn what he's fgot that I haven't.•• .-. ; ...•'-.When this hearlbreaker .comes on the TV screen he very-cleverly uses another name and disguises himself with drooping mustachios. He has taken the name u Captaih Kangaroo." ."<• ..'.• ."'- . ..... y All right, Captain, it's tune ; we exposed you. Your ;true -name is Bob Keeshan and you have a nice wife and three children at home in West Islip, N.Y., and what are you: doing breaking hearts at 8 a.m. every Monday through Friday over CBS-TV? ' Here's, the way. this guy operates: My girl friend, an early riser, insists on .stretching out in front of the TV : se't and gazing at the captain with eloquently liquid eyes as he points out this thing and that. Her eyes fasten <on an object and, as if Captain Kangaroo knew her unvoiced question, he says: "What?. The name of. that funny little animal? Why it's: a honeybear—from South America." The. fact my girl friend is just Judy Buckel Selected To Attend 4-H Congress Garrett County will be repre sented at the 34th -National 4-H. Club Congress in Chicago from November 27 to December 1 by Judy Buckel, 15-year-old Bittinger girl. '• ' ;. ' ;•. . • • '•. •' She won the trip on the basis of a state, achievement > award. The trip"will be made by train. fact her drink is milk has nothing to do .with the situation. I'm jealous. On the other hand, my girl friend's mother is crazy about Captain. Kangaroo. (What a home- breaker this character is.) It used to be that her youngest daughter was always under foot at that crucial morning hour when :she was trying to shove Pa off to the office and get the older kids -off to school My girl friend's mother-says that Captain Kangaroo is a wonderful influence on kids aged 2'to 8. In person Captain Kangaroo explains that he rise's at 4:30 a.m. every morning to .drive 40 miles into town to keep his date with my girl friend. He's a pleasant, relaxed fellow : without any fancy theories on.what-kids are or should be.'Instead of theories he has three children, aged • from -9 months to 4 years. '. • ' : • "I just tried'to : hold one.child— any child—in mind,"" he says. "I want to entertain and maybe instruct him or her-a little. I merely try to be..a friend: who comes in the door.'-' V Well, Ca'ptain, you win. You are a friend and the door is open every J years and 3 months, old and .tbei w <?ekday morning to you. iuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiifiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiij Vou r Horoscope A DEPARTMENT STORE IN'ITS 1081k YEAR Look In 4he Mctioa IB which your birthday come*, and.Jind wh»t;your outlook 1*. according to the »tars, Tor Wtd., NOT. J3,,J«iS MARCH 21 to APRIL 20 (Aries)—Don't reach out for more lhaa is. reasonable. Take sufficient Ume >or reviewing where it would help. Make decisions only after careful analysis. . , . APRIL 21 -to MAY 20 (Taurus)—Be- member your true friends. Don't leave them out of plans which include new acquaintances except where reasonable. Spend wifely. '.,.•MAY 21 to : JUNE 21 (Gemini) — It isn't HOW MUCH you can get done; It it HOW WELL. Handle things in proper order and as ably as you can. JUNE 22 to JULY 23 (Cancer)—Manufacturing, handling new accounts; dealing with ; new acquaintances, and -research are up for careful analysis now. Be diplomatic with all. It's really a good day. •-•••'•' JULY 24 to AUGUST 22 (Leo)—This) is no lime for slowing down, except j where, health demands it. Intelligent', reading, music, the company of children are spare time tonics. . ', AUGUST 23 to SEPTEMBER 23 (Vir)—Give special consideration , to your family and loyal friends now. Also note that Mercury's position suggests less tension and anxietv. : SEPTEMBER 24 to OCTOBER 23 (Lib-j ra)—Count . ten before you' make that hasty answer; think again before you decide to act. Perhaps a different. approach to everyday matters would also be wise. OCTOBER 24 to NOVEMBER 22 (Scorpio)—Give ypurse\f a •• break". being systematic. and ruling .oiit non-essentials (Hat could clutter your day, Tiamper efforts.. Don't put off things -you can do we'll. . ••'•'.'•''•'• NOVEJfBER 23 to DECEMBER 22 (Sagittarius) — Look into, the ."little" things. Are there'some that really need more attention than they get? Aim to be the peace-maker in family, comnxun- itv affairs. DECEMBER 23 to JAOTARY 21 (Capricorn)—Be as careful in matters :you dislike as you are about things you do like. Only in. this way can you do a good job. 1 •JANUARY 22 to FEBRUARY 20 (Aquaruis)—Things out of the ordinary, artistic /matters,- handicraft, new . and progressive" ideas and methods can advance now..Heed your intuition.- FEBRUARY. 2.1 to MARCH 20 (Pisces) | —Be 'careful in investing,, .buying, ex- nging/.:'.-and-: do not .uiake needless changes unless definite improvements are assured. Act with reason; logic. , ; YOU .'BORN TODAY are of the enterprising, self-reliant -Sign. Sagittarius, /but vou .have some!traits from, .the' waning Scorpio.- Both- Signs show- great energy nd activity. Be careful about: the associates you, meet along your.'way: You can shine especially in sports, promotion, statesman»hip, banking, photography, the ministry, • handling; animals.. Develop moderation, patience. Burthdate of: Franklin Fierce, 14th U.S. President. (Copyright, 195S. Kihf Feature* Syndicate. Inc.) Lights Restored Street lights failed to go on early last night on a s number of West Side streets. Potomac Edison Company line crew's restored service at 7:30 p. m. and reported the trouble was caused by an open circuit. Jolt Knocks Out Father Of Seven Heart Association Board Will Meet The Medical Advisory Board of the Alleg^ny-Garrett Heart Association will meet today at 7:30 p. m. in the George Williams room of Central YMCA. The board will discuss various phases of the area and .state heart! program for the purpose -., helping j the association continue to broaden its services to the public, assisting cardiac patients With every known type of treatment and rehabilitation, as well as education toward prevention of heart ailments and rheumatic fever. A father of seven children \vasjunconscious for between five and knocked unconscious last nightiten .minutes. Herman Phillips, an when he came in contact with a!employe gt Abe Feldstein, was re- faulty extension cord while work-!vived .by his wife, Elsie, and-a ing on a flush box in the bathroom'neighbor while City Police were on of his home at 19 Offutt Street. He was reported to have been their way to the residence. Phillips. 37 years old, was knocked .against a stand in the bathroom as the 110 volts of electricity went through him. His" wife pulled the plug, of tht extension cord out of the socket. A neighbor helped her to carry (Continued on Page 7) NOW! 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