Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 5, 1955 · Page 8
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EIGHT EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., MONDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1955 Dial PA--24600 for a WANT 'AD Tik«B town Economist Says Road Financing High income, compared with the national avcrace of 1.8 per cent, He points out that though Iowa ranks fifth in the nation in mileage of 10\\'A CITY, Iowa WV-lowa is secondary roads and seventh in nut of step in highway financing,)total street and highway mileage, Robert H. Johnson, a University the state is ICUi in number of ye- of Iowa economist says. jhides, 21st in the income of its Johnson says road costs now take! people and 22nd both in size of 3.3 per cent .of lowans' personal-population and land area. Vs*i«»mBi<'ii:i: America Broderick Crawford Doesn't Like Slapping Women Around In Films (R.g, U. S. Pat. CHI.) : By PHYLLIS BAfTELLE Pleasant Dreams! Elks Lodge Pays Tribute To 15 During Memorial 'Children stay healthy and thrive on wholesome foods _when they include healthful Queen City Dairy products Vitamin '"D" Enriched'milk . . . Creamed Cottage Cheese . . . Chocolate Milk and Queen City Dairy Ice Cream. Give them a glass of warm milk at bedtime . . . they'll go to sleep faster and have pleasant dreams! Drink 3 glasses of Queen City M every day! uEEnOry m~~— ^SmmmJ" DAIRY 310 S, Mechanic Sf, Phone PA 4-0400 The'ONLY Dairy In Western Md. With COMPLETE Daily Laboratory Control! Broderick Crawford, a brute by profession, is the man to talk to when your woman gets out of line. He can show you how to slap her, punch her or walk out and leave her desolate—without alienating her affections. He will not, however, give instruction on the art of throwing a woman against a wall and watching sardonically as she slumps senseless to the floor. "That," says Crawford, "ain't nice." 'The dame might get hurl." Matter of fact, the burly actor who looks like a giant even when lie's sitting down in stocking feet, has a lot of principles about the manhandling of women. "Ever since i beat Marlene Dietrich up (in the film 'Seven Sinners'), everybody thinks I'm very good at it, and 1 have spent a lot of my professional life punching pretty dolls like Frances Farmer, Judy Holliday, Binnie Barnes and sundry others. "However," and Mr. Crawford pinkens appropriately, "even when the director tells me to really let her have it. 1 never hurt these women. I just give the arm a wide motion, but barely let the hand brush the face . . . "I do not approve of slrikinJ women, if you want to know the truth. Scare 'em, waik out and leave 'cm, okay. But if you punch —make it gentle." In spite tff the tenderness with which he strikes females, the veteran actor has never won the girl in film, TV or Broadway stage production. That suits him fine. "I've seen them come and go, he says, "the romantic boys. I'm not an I-lovc-you-darling or tennis- anyone? type, and glad of it." "If you can be a half-wit one clay (as Crawford was in his first stage bit, 'Of Mice and Men') and a killer the next (as Crawford frequently is in movies), you've got it made. The money's good and you don't have to shave as often." Born in Philadelphia, little Broderick made his stage debut at the age of seven months in the arms A tribute to memory of 15 bers who died in the last year was made last night at annual memorial services of Lodge 63, BPO Elks. Associate Judge Morgan C. Harris, principal speaker at the ser- .vice, emphasized in his remarks of his mother, Actress Helen i that the world is a better place Broderick, who was half of vaudeville team with his father, Lester Crawford. "i milked the audience for al! the applause I could get anc returned to the cradle," he says. In the growing-up period, Broc worked at small theatres, did some pro fighting, shipped out as a seaman and finally—urged by his parents — entered Harvard, He maintains he stayed on campus 20 minutes. "They didn't know anything about acting there," he explains. His latest of a long line of ventures is a filmed TV scries called "Highway Patrol," which he describes as a cops and robbers melodrama on wheels, in it,* he plays a sort of roving commissioner, a good law-respecting citl zen. He took on the assignment for three reasons: il) "I have a large group of kid fans, who were beginning to think that crime paid. (2) "I was tired of striking women. (3) "The money's good." Easy Separates ;$tag SHAVE * GIFT SET * Popular lotion, talc * and shaving cream in. * handsome * gift box. 2.29 FORD'S DRUG STORES Cumberland and Fraitburg • USE OUR LAYAWAY PLAN NO DOWN PAYMENT WITH AN "LB" CHARGE ACCOUNT REGULAR $189.95 TRADE-IN 40.00 YOURS FOR ONLY .95- • Convenient Bell Tinier signals when wash done Busy mom, whip up these wardrobe wonders in a jiffy. No fitting worries—this pattern was designec for beginners. Princess jumper box jacket, blouse' offer many changes for Monday-to-Sunday variety. 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LMRNJTeiN - I MULCCMnc • Never before at (his lo\v, low price • l,ovell Pressure Cleanser Wringer • Jli-Wing Aluminum Agitator for fast, genlle washing •' Lovely paslcl blue porcelain tub holds 19 gallons BRINGS Wl EVERY FOOD- pEPING CONVENIENCE YOU'VE '"" EVER WANTED Z>/#C (MOOU KP-110) ...WURCHOICiOFS EXCITING NEW COLORS 1 . Now you can match your refrigerator to your kitchen color icheme.-.snd thes« new .Kelvinstors offer Automatic Defrosting ,. AS LOW AS $«0 V A WEEK Alter small down Dayman! GREEN - HARTMAN APPLIANCES 198 N. CENTRE ST. Cor. N: Centre & Market Stj. Phone PA 4-0730 because the X5 departed Elks once lived. He said the departed members were strong believers in America. He warned his listeners not to become too apathetic about the rights, duties, privileges and obligations of citizens of the United States. Judge. Harris noted that it is easy for some .people to forget the fight for freedoms which the American people now enjoy. "We must be vigilant to preserve these freedoms," the speaker asserted. Although the United States today is "the oldest living democracy," there were many other republics in history, which lasted for much longer periods only to fail because selfish men usurped the freedom of the people. •, • In conclusion '• Judge Harris turned.to the life of Jesus Christ, whom he described as the most unselfish man who ever lived. Although he worked as a carpenter and spent only the last three years of his life- as an itinerant preacher, the life of .Christ has had a greater effect upon the world 'than any other life with his promise of eternal life, Judge Harris said. Earlier in the program, a eulogy to" the 15 Elks was delivered by Thomas B. Finan, a past exalted ruler of Lodge 63. In calling the names of the departed Elks, Finan added the name of the late Edgar- D, Vandegrift to the 14 which appeared on the printed program. Mr. Vandegrift died Friday, too late for his name, to appear on the program. • Other Elks memoralized last night were J. W. Barnhart, J. B. Higgins, 'C. J. Fleckenstein, F. C. Myers, W, L. Lindner, F. J. Creegan, J. H. Deneen, John Schwarzenbach, A.'B. Dicks, J. H. McCulIough. W. M. Fricker, J. A. Singer, C. A. Keech and S. S. Burke. "To us, the living falls the lot of continuing on, of perpetuating the best they had to offer, the ideals for which they had faith and hope," Finan said. "A memorial service might well serve as'a signpost for us to better our own lives, to take inventory of ourselves and to appreciate and cement our own friendships with those about us before it is loo late." William Aumillcr, exalted ruler of the Elks, officiated at the traditional service held anually on the first Sunday in December. Other officers who assisted' were Bruce M. Mackey,, esteemed leading knight; William E. Hixenbaugh, esteemed loyal knight; Harry E. Thomas, esteemed ' lecturing knight; James E. Yarnall, secretary; John F. Mortens, esquire, and Frank. L. Robertson, chaplain. Earl M. Nonnenmann .was chairman' of the memprial committee which also included Aumiller, Mackey and Thomas. Music was furnished by the original Elks quartet, composed, of Kenneth F. Beck, W. Cletus Hartsock, Robert Moreland and Dr. W. Royce Hodges. Mrs. Beck accompanied them at the piano. Ushers were Joseph E. Mackert Jr., Glenwood Reel, Walter A. Fraley Jr.. Thomas L. Keech, Joseph F. Stakem and John S. Cook Jr. BRING YOUR FILM WORK to b* d*v*lop»d RAND'S 10 i 24 Hour. S«rviu II' Wf SEU FILM Of ALL KINDS I RAND'S Car. Baltimore' and Centre Sft. Wild Lotus Withstood Winds Of Hurricanes CAPE HENRY, Va. CIV-Ameri- ca's, largest -stand 'of wild iotusj withstood th. % hurricanes. . . . The woman ! s club has received many inquiries. 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