Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 23, 1955 · Page 16
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SIXTEEN EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1955 Dial PA-2-4600 for « WANT AD Taktr Grand Jurors tioii ROCKVILLE, Md. «?i-The Mbn gomery County Grand Jury repo .calling for legislation to curb Ian speculation in the purchase rigbts-of-way for State highwaj was expected;to be placed in o ficial court dockets today. The report is believed to includ •'•• 75 indictments, but State's Alt '•Alger Y. Barbee would not say las '• '' night if any indictments concerne •'.' the jury's 2-day study of right-o ' way purchases. The jury study stemmed from State Personnel Commission heai '• ing on charges that Ben Du Pre once an assistant right-of-way en "' •'• gineer for Maryland, had delivere advance tips on the routes ne\ •" highways would take to the'offie cf a. Washington real estate firm . Du Pre resigned during the hear ing and has left Maryland. • The jury report to Judge Stec man Prescott termed the highwa speculation affair "one of. the mos difficult cases presented before thi .. grand jury in terms of time a ! h detail involved." . ••'•'.-.; The jurors asked that "legisla ~- tion be considered by the Stat • Legislature placing some .safeguard against repetition of sue' : speculative purposes." Judge Prescott said he would.se "that the' report is brought to th ••attention. Of State lawmakers. All You Need f«r Child's Cough : When colds; rmeasles ;'or flu leave .v. your.child with a croupy cough gel .,,'Creomnlsion quick because "chronic ^bronchitis inay develop..Creomulsioh "•:, toothea raw throat and chest mem- 4branes, loosens and helps expel germy .'^phlegm, miJdlyjrelaxes systemic ten. ; lion and aids nature fight the cause •; -rbf irritation^ Get milder, tastier .Greoinulsion for Children in the pink and bluepackageatyour drug counter. CREOMULSION FOR CHILDREN Condi, Own CoWl, Acott BroncMto ^oiir Prbjierlif? WE CAN SELL IT AND GET THE CASH FOR YOU QUICKLY! - SEE US TODAY , Irving Millenson REAL ESTATE IM $. llbirry Sf. PA 4-5590 Actress Betsy Palmer Zooms In Four Years .YORK—A few fast facts: Danny Kaye may make the T plunge, starting with three CB guest shots. . . Jayne and Audre Meadows want to <lo a spectacula together, showing off their singin and dancing abilities . . . Milto 3erle and ' Eva Marie Saint ar >oth telling friends they w'ant t settle in California; they're bbt iduse - hunting now ... Gree Carson's had dozens of TV offer since her appearance on th 'Dateline 2" spectacular,' b u she'd rather do a Broadway show ... -Looking for a program I present "a typical American. f am ]y,". the new British commercia TV channel decided "Ozzie an Harriet" , was -the best example So the Ozzie Nelson family is no\ seen in jolly old. ' s . . Dannjjtaye Betsy'Palmer Was Al Jolsoh ever on TV? A ar as the'records'show, he wa not. But NBC's exploitation chief Al Rylaride'r, tells the story of hov Jolson did a TV show in Chicag or an audience of three. He wa appearing ; at a Chicago - theatre Col. Robert McCorrnick, the Chi ago publisher; 'wanted to see him rat was . ill:- So a private closei circuit was-'arranged. The audi ence w a s .McCormick, Rylande then Jolson's press'agent) and c "What's : in;, a name? Just as 'atricia Hrunek, a pr'oduct o Jast; Chicago,. Ind., the Baltimor nd Ohio Railroad and an aptitudi est.East Chicago is where shi vas born and brought up, the Bal irnqre. and Ohio is ./where sh vorked^as a stenographer, and thi ptitude test : is what told 'her she 'as-cut out to be an actress. An actress named Hrunek? Nev r.. She took her mother's maiden ame—Palmer—and so Pat Palm saved up $400 and stormec flew-. York. She quick got a job ut found .out. the actor's union Iready had a Pat Palmer. So she ook her ;middle -name and you now her now as Betsy Palmer The-;. New York storming wa nly four years ago. Already she', ; » r HELD OVER ONE'S TOO GOOD TO LET GO .. THE OTHER'S TOO GOOD TO POSTPONE ...SO IT'S OUR TREAT ...SEE'EM COtO« by DELUXE GlNBMAScOpg* BOTH TODAY! 'Ob* IN, Mlsi Dm! You made me the .bijgcat surgeon in town!" Tin* po,'Mb Dm! You taught my jllt«d hf art how to find love again I" You taught me ny first English words!" 1kMk}M,MisiD«l! You turned me '. from »"b»d boy 1 into timod cop!" (become a fixture on TV shows had a good part in a fairly flop pish Broadway show ("Gran Prize") and has had increasing! good roles in three movies. He last was the nurse, in "Miste Roberts" and her next is th chief supporting role in Joa Crawford's "Queen Bee." She is getting used to bein; Betsy Palmer. "I. like the name .Betsy,", sh says, "but I'kind of wonder ho\ it will sound when I'm 60. . never heard of an old Betsy". Her old frienBs and her famil. still call her Pat. Her new friend call her Betsy. Her husband? "H< calls me : Mother," she said, " don't knlw why—we haven't any children—just a dog." Betsy is one of the busiest (a: well as prettiest) gals v a r o u n c She's taking singing lessons, sine she's frequently been asked to'ap pear in musicals and'can't, sing She cooks—including : specialtie like Italian? cheese' c a k e mad with zwieback and pistachio nuts and a recipe for curry .that's sis pages long. And she also read columns. . ' "• • " I spotted one item," she said "that. reported 'Betsy Palmer' cocker spaniel in California - broke its leg and she splinted it.' Th item was correct except I have a poodle in New York .who is very good health." - . ; Nanette Fabray is at home in a new apartment." The complete fur nishings as. this, moment—wall-to wall carpeting and one (coun 'em,.,one) couch. . '... •: Show Time: Carol Channing, .a "The Vamp," was -'eagerly awaii ed. But' the whole thing just does n't turn put , : as exciting : as 'i sounded. It's a .big, -colorful show with sp'm'e. bright .musical' an comedy, moments, but some bthe moments that.are pretty tedious The reason could be ;thaf Mis Channing- is strictly a '. comedienn and here she's asked to carry an entire show. . Signals_"installcd;_ i ••-;.' The Potomac •Edison_.Companj yesterday began installing "the traf fie signals on Greene Street for the CumberlaiTd-Ridgeley bridge. WE liam; V.; Keegan, police.: and ; fire commissioner reoorts. . Borrow Sensibly If you ni»d caih for Fall «x. p*ni*i our urvi» is prompt, fritndly and prival* Loans up to $300 Not* — Fmnituti — and Auto Loans INDUSTRIAL LOAN SOCIETY, INC. No. 301 Liberty trust Bldg. PHONE PA 4-3100 Personal Property INSURANCE 16 S.'Liberty St. 1st Floor ^ DIAL PA 4-0880 «•• Enroll Your Child in an APPROVED DANCE STUDIO! Dixon Dance Studio Approved by Md. State Board of Education Also a N.A.D.D.A. approved teacher For Information Call PArkview 4-2939 It's Not Too Late to Make Your Contribution to the Cumberland Community Chest. Help Keep the Agencies Functioning. Mail it to 514 Liberty Trust Bldg. or Phone PA 2-2700 ClNEMASc OiERT STACK ; "Vi«w H*od" "Good Morning Mill D*W 1:054:00-9:5 J SPECIAL STUDENT DISCOUNT present I.D.CARD r SHIRT Laundered -R-E-E IF WE RETURN ONE WITH A BUTTON MISSING SHIRTS ON Y Peter, Paul Launches Drive ' * • " ^ • • The annual clothing drive has opened at SS. Peter and Paul •hurch. The appeal is conducted each year during the Thanksgiving season for needy in foreign lands. Similar drives are being conducted throughout the United States. Those who plan to donate clothes are asked to bring their bundles including, shoes, blankets and other terns to the parish hall this week. Those unable to bring the clothes are asked to'call the parish officials and they will be picked up. N 7 ext week' the~ clothes will be. packed and shipped to a central point or shipment overseas. v ^ (CASH & CARRY Of THI MM TIAIISI WMITBTJMk BUCK" ., THOMAS MITCHELL ^___ tKNMCMO* » tnttnt »| M* M«»f Illl • littritotri k, in lltll nown, I Dl Al PA 4 ]400 Revival Service Set At Mapleside Church ' * ^Raymond Allen, Morgantown, vill conduct a series of services at Mapleside First Church of God 'rom November 27 to December 11. The services will be held daily at 7:30 p." m.'..-.'. •. '••' Rev. M. J. .King, - pastor, said the public is invited to attend. ' aca tion Period tagim In Schools •- ™ •• '•••. -, All city schools begin their tianksgiving holiday, today/ but e closing time fpr_ classes varied etween noon and;3 p. m. .. First to close for the long week- nd was SS. Peter and Paul's chool arid Ursulihr Academy, hich'closed at noon. All of the ublic schools in AUegany County egan their vacation weekend at 1 The other parochial schools, St.j aiy's, St. Patrick's, Cathou'c iris Central High School and La- alle High "School were scheduled r a' full ; day, of -classes. Some of the public school cafe- rias will be open oday but not 1 of them. In general the smaller hools and those on the elemen- ry level, will serve lunches. Hr-BUROER RESTAURANT Rout. 40 o Mi: W.^of Cumberland WiH Be CLOSED All Day THANKSGIVING Fisher * Robinelle 493 BALTIMORE AYE. "• THE TAVERN WltH THE LARGE PARKING LOT Mentally deficient people .may appear, in families of any race and families with a history of high or low intelligence. - s . .'. ' unibr Woman's Civic Club Thanksgiving Dance Benefit Friends Aware FRIDAY, NOV. 25th . 9 until 1 Cumberland Country CliiliV . Art ; Shafcr't: Orch«»fra TICKETS AT THE DOOR CRYSTAL DRIVE IN>-, SUPER 40 7:00 — — — 9:20 VCINtMASCOPE * TECHNICOLOR * "Knights Of The Round Table" T«T WITH:>'•' ROBERT TAYLOR * AND * AVA GARDNER TRIPLE TREAT THANKSGIVING SHOW Friday Morning, Nov. 25thy 9:30 A. M. 1. FULL-LENGTH FEATURE ABOUT THE J EARLY PIONEERS AND INDIANS \ "CAPTAIN JOHN SMITH- POGAHONTAS"! 3 STOOGE COMEDY "OUR GANG* ! COMEDY J FR.-SAT.-SUN. |S006 Fingeri <Jf;j>r. T'J •"; • and !.';'(. . • ROY ROOERS" in "The .Cowboys & The Senorito" TICKETS- ON SALE NOW! RAND'S REDUCING iS EASY! WITH Ike new siaipit Pi* ttf MAILORDERS SENT C.G.D. ' DEEP.;.. ._ _ Oil RAT! Baltimore at. Ctritr*. Cumberland O HIT NO. 1* ; 2Oth CENTURY-FOX presenfs THE GREAT ADVENTURE OF INDIA IN PLUSi HIT NO. 2* 3 GREAT HITS! ON OUR NEW WIDE SCREEN! | PLUS: HIT NO: 3* TYMHE TEWY POWER-MOORE-RENNIE "MA KETTLE" HAS HERSELF A NEW FELLA! His Two-gun courage won a border empire lost to lawless hordes! MWQGflUrWTH r«* .GARY COOPER 1 J«L RICOCHET Marjorie MAIN • Chill WILLS (tydy VALUE • Pedro GONZAUS GOHZALES A IMVEUU-MTttwnblUt nOME SHE. WANTS TO '', TIDY.UP HIS ;; BACHELOR APARTMENT! SHE'S GOT A KEY TO . HIS APARTMENT...SO SHE CAN WALK HIS DOG! Here Is The One Our •"' • v • " Sneak Prevue Audience Of Last Thursday, Is Still Talking And Laughing About! SHE CALLS HIM . T-1-G-E-R...AND SWOONS WHEN HE KISSES HER! . SHE HAS A MARRIAGE PIAN ,;.ALL.SHE NEEDS IS THE MAN1 ; The well-known stage comedy is now a very furiny M-O-M picture starring Bffl»lBB!~~" . Wbai.'every'girl'iijt$'- : : for every man I- ; , FMtur* Tim* Te4«y A Temorraw in COLOR and ClNlMAScOPE r STARTS 1ti« 4:M • «:00 ' MICK 10:00 ^»WlnQAT* w*c •••* WKrll^^V »v«\vr«Vt| " .-< -:-\rt MT.-1UN. t NOtlftAVI 7St All DAY CNHMIN UNMt 11 — 15c

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