Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 6, 1955 · Page 17
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 17

Cumberland, Maryland
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Tuesday, December 6, 1955
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Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND. MD H TUESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1953 SEVENTEEN fi ITHAV.MyRTLE (WHERE DID OET THE BUGLE? WELL, TLL TELL YUH, BOS6, ITS JUS' THAT TIRED SETTIN' PUSHED AROUND™ ALL RIGHT NOW; OOP, TM READY TO LISTEN TO ANYTHING VOU HAVE TO SAY.' r ,,/ TIWE YPU WAS , / SHOWIU 1 Ufi FKWJKIE'.VOU GOT THAT TEN GKAK1P? SHELL OF lf£ TIWE GLOW. ..I DONT THINK IT'S RIGHT FOR TH' HEBO OF A STORY TBE fiETTlN' IT IN TH 1 NECK: ALLTH' WHAT'S WRON&, SAMPSOM? 1 DON'T HEAR A THIN&.' MY BUBBLE GUM MUST THLIPPED/ NOSIR, I NEVER DID/ WE'D BETTER ASSEMBLE THE WHOLE CAST. COME OUT ON/ YES, SIR, I TOP ONCE IN / CERTAINLY AWHILE, \ DO.-YES DONTCHA A INDEED.' THINK? ...., MfcP SHOWS A 5WALL AIRPOKTl WE'LL 1056 x" AvT C6RRKLVO, BS&Vl WEIL LXMD WJLOT O 1 TIME IF - — ^WEHWETOGO IUTO TOWM TO LEARM WHERE THE I GOT IT, LEFTV1 BUT I \ FMR EU0UGH AIM'T GIVIW IT TO VOU TILL/ P/M.1 WE I KKOW ROVCE £ DEM>j/M-TENt> TO THAT PRETTY (WICK! Radio Singer Answer to Previous Puzzle ACJROSS 1 Radio singer, Drew : 6 She has '•". appeared with Tennessee —— ! 1 Puffs up 13 Lances 14 Occupant . 15 Stations (Fr.) 18 Consume DOWN 1 Hinders 2 Ester of oleic acid 3 Raver 4 Greenland Eskimo 5 Dispatch 6 Epic poetry 7 Legal point 8 Inherent 9 Peaceful 17 Populac-e (Gr.) 1QHebrew 19 Chemical ' suffix 20 Route (ab.) 21 Singing is her 22 Wine (Fr.) 23 Continued stories 26 Slice 28 Town (Cornish prefix) 29 Turf 30 Organ of hearing 31 American vrriter 32-Stslks ' '35 Bits • '-- S9 Pinnacle •40 Brown, as by the sun 41 Insect egg 42 Shade tree 43 She on radio 45 English river 46 Passed over 48 Chemical- dyestufl 50 Veinlet 51 Slaver 52 Dropsy 53 Large plants ascetic 12 Robber 13 Blemish 18 Written form of Mistress 24 Ledger entry 25 Brazilian macaws 26 Needy 27 Roman date 29 Cleansed 32 Pack 33 Knelled 34 Type of fur 35 Male 35 Vegetable 37 Mortgagee 38 Inures . 40 Ocean current 43 Biblical name 44 Kind 47 Speeches (ref.sp.) 49 Courtesy title Youngsters Fail Rustling Attempt TAMPA, Fla..UPl- fans rustled some • Two cowboy mounts and headed west but they had horse; trouble and had made only a few miles when the police posse caught them on the outskirts of town. -The pair stole two horses from a ranch, one a lively black mare and the other a steady old sorrel.' The mare bucked off the young wranglers so persistently that when the Japanese Island Has "Birds Of Paradise" KUSHIRO, Japan tfi — Japan's white, scarlet - crested Sacred Cranes are going lj live henceforth in plush surroundings on this northernmost island of Hokkaido. City fathers are building what they call "a well guarded and well organized palatial abode" complete with gardens, bathing pools and nursery grounds for the Sacred Cranes. So far as is known, the breed exists nowhere else in police caught them they -both werej Japan. riding the sorrel and using the: using black as a pack horse.- jand rifle ammunition, one rusty In their two packs were eight, rifle and two hunting knives. Sticks of. dynamite with fuse at-j The boys, 14 and 15, were turn- tachments, 12." rounds of pistolied over to juvenile authorities. Television Highlights TUESDAY. DECEMBER 6, 1953 These television listings are comKrred from program* furnished by tlw itatioos. The Times it not responsible for late changes. STATION KDKA TODAY (Pittsburgh, Channel 1 5:00 Video Adventures 5:30 Howdy Doody 6:00 News 6:05 Buzz and BUI 6:30 News 6:45 Pitt Parade 7:00 Riri Tin Tin 7:30 Time Out 7:45 Ranch Gals 8:00 Ethel Merman 9:00 Studio 57 9:30 Red Skclton 10:00 $64,000 Question 10:30 Curtain Time 11:00 World Tonight H:15 Triangle Theatre A. M. 12:30 Sports Final 12:35 Swing Shift 11:25 Les Paul, Mary Ford 11:30 Tonight TOMORROW 7:00 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:30 11:00 12:00 12:30 1:00 2:00 3:00 4:00 4:35 4:30 4:45 Garroway Little Rascals Romper Room Ding Dong School Search Beauty Home Tonessee Ernie Feather Your Nest Peoples Playhouse Afternoon Matinee Thcatr* Date With Life First Love Mr. Sweeney Modern Romances John Daly News Warners Present Wyatt Earp Danny Thomas Cavalcade Theatr* Outside USA Starlite Theatre News, Weather Sports Top Plays Of '55 Heart Of The City 7:15 7:30 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:30 11:00 11:15 11:25 11:55 1:30 Cartoon Concert 2:00 Ladies Theatre 3:30 Quiz Club 4:00 Studio 7 4:30 Clown Corner 7:00 9:00 10:00 10:30 10:45 11:30 12:00 12:15 12:30 12:45 1:00 1:3? 2:00 2:15 2:30 3:00 3:30 4:00 4:15 4:30 .TOMORROW Today Garroway Wayne Griffin Garry Moore Woman's Angle Arthur Godfrey Strike It Hich News Cartoons Search Tomorrow Guiding Light Bill Brant . . Kay's Kitchen Robert Q. Lewis Valiant Lady Meet Your Neighbor Big •Payoff':-*Playhouse 330 Brighter Day Secret Storm On Your Account STATION WSVA Harrljonburi. Channel S) 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 Lorctta Young 8:00 Phil Silvers 8:30 Cavalcade Theatre 9:00 Fireside Theatre 9:30 Red Skelton 0:00 564,000 Question .0:30 Wrestling :1:00 The Playhouse :2:00 News, Sports 11:45 12:15 .2:30 .2:45 1:00 1:15 1:30 2:00 3:00 4:00 4:15 4:30 TOMORROW Film Theatre Love Of Life Search Tomorrow Guiding Light The Pastor Film Theatre Love Story Playhouse 3 Matinee Theatre Brighter Day Secret Storm On Your Account STATION WRC (Washington, Channel 4) (Cumberland. Cable 4) TODAT Parks Burt Parks can be seen on Cable 3, each Wed. at 9:30 in "Break the Bank" and each Thur. at 8:30 in "Stop the Music." • Wed. 10:00 p.m. Cable 3—Boxing—Baker vs. Valdes— The winner is to meet Heavyweight Champion Rocky Marciano. • Fri. 10:00 p.m. Cable 4—Boxing—Robinson meets middleweight champion Bobo Olson. • Our gift to you is FREE Cable TV until Dec. 31st! 5 million dollars worth of programs weekly! Call us Promptly. Potomac Valley Television Co., Inc. 100 S. Liberty St. PA 2-6540 Cumberland, Maryland S:OD 5:30 Si CO 6:45 6:55 7:00 7:30 7:45 8:00 9:00 9:30 10:30 11:00 11:20 Pinky Lee Howdy Doody Footlight Theatre Weather, News Sports Superman Dinah Shore News Caravan Ethel Merman Fireside Theatre Playwrights '56 Big Town News, Weather Sports STATION WTTG (Washington. Channel 5) (Cumberland Cabin S) TODAT 5:00 Lamb Session 6:00 Hoppity Skippity 6:30 Cindy Lou's Ranch 7:05 Matthew Warren 7:15 Yesterday Newsrcel 7:30 Name That Tune 8:00 Million Dollar Movie 9:30 Paris Precinct 30:30 Wrestling 11:00 Matthew Warren 11:10 Fcaturama TOMORROW 3:05 Morning Hymn 9:10 Serial Theatre 9:30 Looney Tunes 10:00 Academy Theatre 12:00 Lobnev 'Tunes 12:30 Serial Theatre 12:45 It's Time To Eat 1:00 Two In A Row 2:00 Ladies Be Scaled 3:30 Flame Theatre 4:00 Brighter Day 4:15 Secret Storm 4:30 On Your Account STATION WJAC ihnttown. Channel 6) TODAY Cartoon Capcri Paul Wlnchcll Howdy Doody Sports World News Stop The Music Robin Hood Dinah Shore • News Caravan Ethel Merman Fireside Theatre Playwrights '56 Hitchcock Presents Lullaby Theatre . News News TOMORROW Garroway Fun To Reduce ' Morning Devotions Garry Moore Ding Dong School Search Beauty Home Tenpssee Ernie Feather Your Nest Search Tomorrow Love Of Life Feature Theatre House Party Movie Quick Quiz Matinee Date With Life Matinee Melodiei Mr. Sweeney Modern Romances (Jo 5:00 5:15 5:30 6:00 6:15 6:30 7:00 7:30 7:45 8:00 9:00 9:30 30:30 31:00 12:00 A.M. 12:15 7:00 S:00 9:15 9:30 10:00 10:30 31:00 12:00 12:30 1:00 1:15 1:30 2:30 2:45 3:00 4:00 4:15 4:30 4:45 STATION WTOP (Washington, Channel 9) (Cumberland Cable 2) TODAT S:00 My Little Margie 5:30 Foreign Incident 6:00 Range Rider 6:30 SpolliEht 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 Skclton 10:00 564,000 Question 10:30 Waterfront 11:00 The 11 Report 13:15 Week In Sports 11:30 Boston Blackls 12:00 The Late Show TOMORROW Morning Meditations Morning Show Captain Kangaroo Mark. Evans Garry Moore Strike It Rich Valiant Lady Love Of Life Search Tomorrow Guiding. Light Jack Paar Love Story Robert Q. Lewi» Donna Douglas liouse Party Big Payoff Bob Crosby Pick TempJc Ranch 6:55 7:00 8:00 9:00 10:00 11:30 32:00 12:15 12:30 12:45 1:00 3:30 2:00 2:15 2:30 3:00 3:30 4:00 STATION" WMAL (Washington, Channel 7) (Cumberland Cable 3) TODAY 5:00 Mickey Mouse Club 6:00 Town And Country 6:30 News, Weather 6:45 Jim Gibbons STATION WFBG (Altoona, Channel 10) 5:00 Mickey Mouse Club 6:00 News 6:15 Industry On Parade 6:30 Life O£ Rilcy 7:00 Sports 7:15 John Daly News 7:30 Warners Present 8:30 Tales Of Century 9:00 Danny Thomas 9:30 Navy Log 30:00 S64.000 Question 10:30 Favorite Husband 11:00 News 11:15 Playhouse. 10 . 31:30 Scotland Yard 12:00 The Late Show TOMORROW 7:00 Morning Show 8:00 Captain Kangaroo 3:00 Western Theatre 10:00 Serial Theatre 10:30 Search Beauty 11:00 Flynn's Inn 11:30 Strike It Rich 32:00 Tennessee Ernla 12:15 Love Of Life 32:30 News 12:45 Guiding Light 1:00 Jack Paar 3:30 Love Story 2:00 Movie Matinee 3:00 Big Payoff 3:30 Store Girl 4:00 BriRhtcr Day 4:15 Secret Storm 4:30 On Your Account Oregon Tries To Cut Costs SALEM, Ore.—fINS)—School directors in Oregon are trying to shave construction costs on new buildings in an attempt to stretch their already strained budgets. The department of education reports that traditional forms of architecture are steadily losing ground in the big building program in the state which has averaged an annual expenditure of ?25,000,000. Ingenuity of architects has in many cases enabled the districts to meet the rising costs of construction. The department says lighter buildings are used and they are built to last 50 years instead of the traditional 100. In one community, the district saved hundreds of dollars by pouring concrete walls on the ground, then raising them into place. Another community used the "sandwich board" method of construction for a new school. This involved the use of asbcstor material with a core of concrete.. Still another district drastically cut interior costs by dividing one large room into five classrooms with cabinets acting as partitions. The state education department said it welcomed these cost saving programs, but it required that all plans be submitted for approval as a safety precaution. If the gen- eral layout is not sound, it can be rejected. -AM'LL SMILE. AT MO'- REVEAUN' MAH SOLID GOLD TOOTH //'- BUT; EF YO'OOULD KAKE IT TWO-FIFTY M3'D GIT A POUTE CEREMONY AN; AS A ADDED IMDUCEMEMT YO' WANTS A #1.00 TH'CHEAPSKATE'S SPCSHUU.7' -FULL O' SLV IMSULTS, AM' CONTEMPTUOUS REMARKS.'.'' LUKE ALWAYS TEMPS TO THIS. HIMSELF. BUT I 6UESS NOW WE'LL HAVE TO TAtiE 'EM TO THE BLACKSMITH. THS'/KS SUPPOSED TO HAVE ON THESE WINTER SHOES. KEEPS 'EM FROM SLIPPfNS ON S / YEAH, A MOTORIST PICKED UP AUTHORITIES FOUNP THE CAR IOO AMLE5 AWAV. A \\OMANI IN THE PESEKT . HI, 1WSPSCTOK/AWS'- J TH15 A^WNG- THE EEL . THEY'VE PUT up BLOCKADED. ON EVERV ROAC7 THINS MEW ON FLIlsTT \ KAP TAKEN HER CAR AMD ENEAAY NUU5EB ONEr HELP HER OUT OP THE STATE. 1 THINK SAFE, FLINT. «i/ HOPE OUR ,,„ WE'D WITH THEM THIS IS ONE STEETCM WHERE NO OWE COULD STEAL LOGS FEOM THE GIVEP. TIM — » i^ki', 1 I'M AFRAID IT WOULD TAKE AT LEAST TEN MINUTES TO PACK, SIR... 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