Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 1, 1955 · Page 20
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Cumberland, Maryland
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Thursday, December 1, 1955
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Oial PA-2-4600 for a WANT AD .Taker EVENING TIMES. CUMBERLAND. MD., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1. 1955 NINETEEN TRIPLETS KILLED IN CRASH—The TJiimple male triplets who were killed Tuesday when a jet plane from Eielson Air Force Base near Fairbanks, Alaska, crashed into their home there are Shown on the lap of their father, Sgt. William Thimple. The picture was made last May when they were four months old. Thimple, his wife and two other sons escaped with their lives in the crash. (AP Photofax) Assignment: America Actor Slezak Lives By Zodiac, Red-Haired Wife Is Astroiogist Spike Bucks Legal Kill In Deer Season That Opens Monday will not have a visible aiitler. game wardens point lut. The six-day open season on male deer will open Monday in 18 Maryland counties, including Allegany However, hunters are warned and Garrett. mot to abuse the law by shooting For the first lime Maryland has i first and looking afterwards, for dropped the two or more points section of the game law and legal the spike buck law may again be enforced if an unusual heavy il- kills this season will include spikeilegal kill is reported, bucks or any deer with a three-1 The spike buck law was changed inch antler. Hunting with fire-!to permit a hunter who had mis- arms or bow and arrow is per-'taken a spike buck for a legal mitted from sunrise to sunset kill at the various stations instead Monday through Saturday. ; of leaving the body in the woods. The new game law declares thatj Last year Allegany County set any buck that has a visible antler a-new record for number of kills or spike will be legal kill. Only .when hunters bagged 282 deer dur- button-bucks which are the fawns iing the six-day season. This was three more than the previous mark of 279 which was set in 1953. The high for opening day is 132 set in 1953, in Allegany County. Last season 114 bucks were slain on opening ciay. Garrelt County's all-time high is 583 kills. Last year hunters killed 487 in the state's westernmost county. The top bag of the season in 1954 was a 205-pound, eight-point buck, slain by Cecil Hott of Paw Paw on the fifth day of the season. All hunters should consult their hunter's guide, issued with all licenses for the offiical time- of sunrise and sunset each day. Game Warden Joseph Minke warned that no small game hunting is permitted in Allegany and Garrett counties' during the open deer season. Checking stations include: ALLEGANY - S h i p w a y Inn, Green Ridge; Lewis' Store. Oldtown; LaValc Police Barracks: Weslernport Police Headquarters. GARRETT - Sheriffs office. Oakland; Matt Storey's Lodge, Deep Creek Lake: Yough's Garage. Friendsville; Post Office, Swanton; and Floyd Hetz, Grantsville.. -WASHINGTON— Bridge Diner, Hancock and Ankeney's Store. Clearspring. All stations will be open at 9 a. m. and close at 7 p. m. Three Sails Filed JThree equity suits have been docketed in Circuit Court. The bills of complaint wore Margaret B. Johnston against James N. Johnston. Violet Virginia Davis against Herbert William Davis and Opal V. Hamriek against James R Hamriek. In World War II, the Japanese lost 130 submarines and the Germans 782, while the United States lost only 52. Great Sachem Faluns Visil To Local Lodge Raymond Mummcrt, great Sachem, and Mayme A. Bramble,, great Pocahontas, will make their official visitations to Tokaway Tribe 120. Improved Order of Red Men, and Algonquin Council 54,' Degree of Pocahonlas, tomorrow at 8 p. m. Mummert is from Williamsport and Mrs. Bramble is from Cum-, berland. She is the first. great chief from the local council. ' ... (tea. U. S. Pot. OH.) : By PHYLLIS BATTELLE NEW YORK—(INS)—Actor Walter Slezak is an enormous man in physique, intelligence and' talent, and nobody in his right mind tells him how to behave. Only the stars (in Heaven, not Hollywood) -can do that. Slezak lives, and very well too, by the zodiac. His lovely red- haired wife is his astroiogist. "Everything I do, I guess you'd say, .is based on what constellations are governing my houses," says he, settling down to a chair which he overlaps comfortably but considerably. "When I get a new play script to read,. my wife figures out. what day the ^typewriter was born—and we tak~e it from there." • Has' he ever been star-crossed? "No," he says, "but I've been cross at the stars. Wanted to marry Johanna in February, but it wasn't propitious and we had to wait ( till. September." Stars schmars,' he thought at the time, but they waited, and the marriage has been 13 years long and happy. "One of the chief reasons," Johanna points out, "is that we always know how one another feel, through the charts." "Another reason is that we wouldn't dream of being unfaith- ••fj'l," Slezak adds cheerfully. "If -I Aw Marilyn Monroe on the side, a large 'M' would appear in the Heavens." The Slezaks kid about their astrological philosophies, ("you probably think we're daffy"), but they are so serious that they planned the births of their two children so that the natal days would fall under the sign of Leo, July 23 to Aug. 23. Best sign in the zodiac to be born under, they say. Leads to happy-go-lucky personalities. Professionally.^Slezak has been completely guided by the stars for 25 years. He accepted his present starring role in the Broadway hit "Fany" because the heavenly signs indicated it was a better move than taking a CBS-TV contract he was offered at the same time. "In the show before—'My Three Angels'—I had to change our road tour schedule around, so that on one particular day I .would' appear th Milwaukee instead of in Cincinnati, as originally scheduled/' Slezak shrugs. "It was an incon- venice, but T was due to break up physically if I'd been in Cincinnati." The lingo of astrologers is difficult to grasp, but after talking to the Slezaks awhile you begin to comprehend it as you would jive- talk or pig-Latin. So you understand when Johanna says, "I was awfully frightened recently when I drew up Walter's chart and found that the planet Saturn was appearing in his death house. This could be fatal." But she was relieved to remember that in "Fanny," he dies every night. "Even though he was acting, that took care of the death sign." Now, says Johanna, Walter is scheduled to be very successful in 1956. "Awfully good knowing these things," says Slezak, chuckling through his goatee. "Much nicer than last year when she told me there was virus pneumonia in my future." They just:-:hatL time to stock in juices and pills when it struck. "You see," says Slezak, "everybody has an occasional bad planet in -the wrong house. It's not ALWAYS pure gravy being a Taurus!" Gasco Club Fetes Retired C&A Worker David T. Adams, who retired recently after 23 years of service with the C&A Gas Company, was honored by the Gasco Club, social unit of the utility, at a shrimp and oyster. dinner. .. • He also was presented with a gift by the club's president, Jesse M. Kave. Adams had been employed by the gas company since June 16, 1922, when he started with the West Virginia and Maryland Gas Company in Frostburg. He transferred to the local company in 1941. The veteran employe came to Frostburg June 16,1914, from Glasgow, Scotland, where he was born. He was married to the former Annie Johnstone, also of Glasgow, on June 8, 1915 in Frostburg. The couple have seven children, four sons and three daughters, and reside at 53 Mechanic Street in Frostburg. Adams was a coal miner prior to his employment with the gas company. His hobbies are flowers and photography. The committee in charge of the entertainment. was Richard Swan, Albert Brant, Dee O'Neal, Gerald Barb and James Sullivan. Approximately 65 persons attended the dinner. Ambergris, castor, civet, and musk are the four animal substances used in perfumery. The Mayflower carried 100 men, women, and children to Plymouth Rock. WHILE YOU ARE FRYING EGGS Y« won't btliivt it until you'vi tried it—You can actually hovi hot rolls on the table in the sii to eight minites it will toke you to prepart the tjgt 'n thingi for breakfast. HOT ROLLS ON YOUR TABLE IN BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE BAKERS OF BLUE RIBBON BREAD for EARLY THRU SATURDAY ANSCO Camer _:,iur»-«ok» r ' precision d * f "" <! i B Mr eU or a* o" •*"" Glencoe ELECTRIC HEATING PADS $4.98 Wesrclox BABY BEN ALARM CLOCK Plain Luminous '6.95 >7.95 Gillette DIPLOMAT • DC luxe ' RAZORS $5.00 DRUG STORES INC S 5 .99 Writes better oh any subject! PAPER MATE DE LUXE In New Tu-Tone Colon 74 BALTIMORE ST. ATTENTION: Certain toilet preparations, luggage, j«wtlry, clock, and watches, subject to 10% tax under Federal Internal Revenue Act effective April 1, 1954. 2-Quart S Assorte Color* Color* . to match your now car—or school or college c o I o r >. Filters, black, red, green or blue. 49c -see the new CAPRI S2.95 DOLLS and TOYS at Choose from our Large Assortment of ( Beautiful Dolls! Dressed beautifully from the skin out,. and all with that soft, natural looking skin. 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More than 2 feet long. $2.69 HAVANA BLEND 50-B CIGARS Custom Made Sc, 10 for 45c $2.39 Box of 50 $2.19 SPECIAL thru Saturday FIESTA TWELVE-PIECE TEA SET—admired in the best circlet of doll society ~" is colorful and attractively boxed. True happiness for AOjl little girls under the 90C Christmas tree. MECHANICAL FREIGHT TRAIN AND TRACKS — COMPRISES a heavy Mogul-type locomotive, a tender, realistic gondola and caboose. Driving action hat a speedy, long-running spring. $2. BOSSY THE COW — for children 1 to S! A safe unbreakable pull-toy of Polyethylene. It Jingles- Jangles, and Wiggleil— A wonderful toy for your "Tot"! frl 'AQ tpl.90 WALT DISNEY'S "MY FIRST GAME" — for the much younger set —• a clover Mickey Mouse . recreation that ii competitive and amusing, yet abso- flQn lutely simple «*UI* 98c '*• Cu.llcm fJtadT - orange buffer. GEMEY GIFT SETS-SJi ,hat lovely O.m.Y. Col a 3-ounce box or with puff —charm-I j nB |y boxed, need- , less to soy. 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