Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on February 4, 1952 · Page 13
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 13

Cumberland, Maryland
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Monday, February 4, 1952
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Phone 4600 for a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1952 THIRTEEN T«(<vit!on Summary T:30—Screen Te»t—abc SiOO—Paul Wlnch«ll—nbc Vid*o Theater— cbs Det«oHv« Drama—ahc The Pentagon—DuMont I;30—Barlow Concert—nbc Talent. Scouts—cb* L!f« Begins at 80—ahc Science Review—DuMont 1:00—T,lght« Out-nbc I TVJVB Lucy~-<:b8 Art Baker Show—al)c Wrestling Bouts—DuMont 1:30—Montgomery Thf*at«r—nbc Jt'ii N*JW3 to >f«—cbs 10:00—Studio Om.-~cbs Bill Gwinri Film—abc 10:30—Who Said That—nbc dtutl'a Place—abc Two Men Jailed In 50-Cent Theft TOWSON — tip, — Robert E. Mc- Mlllen, 20, of Tucson, Ariz., and, James Griffin, 13, of Elkton, Md..[ were setnsnced to the Maryland! p ^ Radio Programs MONDAY. FGBfil'AEY 4, 1951 Tht programs listed below are supplied by the local radio stations, which *ft responsible tor their accuracy. Tfcis space is provided without chars* b 7 U>« Times tf a eorvlce to listeners. XODAX E2IO P1NZA Tonight on Tho Telephone Hour WTBO-9 P.M. NBC Network WITH DONALD VOORHEES AND THE 8EU TELEPHONE tftCKESTRA Reformatory for Males today Ion assault and the 50-ccnt robberv of. aj taxi driver. j Circuit Judge J. Howard Murray I sentenced the two. both former sol-! diers. to not more than three years j in the reformatory. j McMilien. a sergeant, and Griffin, a private first class, were dishonc"-- ably discharged from the Army after their conviction last Dec. 19. Jud^e Murray expressed regret at having to send them to prison, but said their offense was serious be-i cause both young men came from good families and had been given j unusual advantages. | Testimony at their trial showed! the two went broke drinking at a Baltimore night club and decided to hail a. cab and rob the driver. The cab driver. George H, Yingling, was struck on the head with aj club and beaters in the face. The Holdup netted only 50 cents. Both young men were stationed at Fort Meade at the time. McMilien ( had been selected as an alternate for West Point or Annapolis. Griffin j had been recommended for officer training. 1:00 4:15 4:30 4:45 WTBO H5« KO Bactstage Wife (NBC) Stella. Dallas (NBCi ! Widder Brown (NBC) ! Womac In House (NBC) 5:00 5:15 5:30 5:45 Five O'clock Show News Wills Crefk Hoedown 6:00 6:15 6:30 G:45 7:00 7:15 7:30 7:45 8:00 8:15 8:30 8:45 9:00 9:15 9:30 9:45 10:00 10:15 111:30 10:45 11:00 11:15 11:30 11:45 Van Hoby Bfons News Dick Haymec Show Play Radio H. V. Kaltenborn David Rose Show < World News <SEC) One Man s Family (NBC) Railroad Hour (NBC) Barlow Orchestra (NBC) Telephone Hour (NBC) Lyn Murray Show Goodman's Album (NBC) Robt. Montgomery (NBC) Andre Kostelanetz 12:00 NBC News News of World Surprise Serenade (NBC) News: Sign Oil WCUM 1490 KC FM 102.9 MO The Chlcagoans (CBS) The Brighter Day (CBS) Treasury Bandstand Artistry in Music Korn Kobblers Adventure Your Heritage Neej Sports Roundup Old Timers' Club You and World (CBS) Jack Smith (CBS) Here's To Veterans Edward Murrow (CBS) Suspense (CBS! Junior Town Meeting Radio Theatre (CBS) Bob Hawk Show (CBS) Robert Q's Waxworks News & Analysis (CBS) Jack Plna Orch. (CBS) Weather, Sign OS WDIK mo KO Valiant Lady (ABC) Thy Neighbors Voice Movie Matinee Bobby Benson (MBS) Wild Bill HickoSc; New: Local, National News Sports Roundup Dinner Date Story Time Pulton Lewis <MBS) I Love A Mystery Lone Ranger Woman ot Year (MBS) The Bis Hand (ABC) News; Crime Fighters Cafe Istanbul (ABC) News; Concert Master True Detective (MBS) Crime Does Not Pay Frank Edwards (MBS) Moonlight Reveries 1:00 Sign Oil A.M. TOMOBBOW WHETHER ITS WARM OR WHETHER ittSMftWY- GOOP CHEWING TO KEEP YOU HAPPY... WRIGLEt^S SPEARMINT! Homes used to have a den the man of the house. Now he j growls oil over fhe place. BULLETIN! Potomac Valley Television has started to extend its television cable to the heart of Cumberland. By February 15, the company hopes to have the cable at Frederick and Decatur Streets. When the coaxial cable reaches Frederick St., the number of applicants applying for service will determine the direction of the cable from there. Don't be disappointed . . . 'apply for television service now. Phone us for details. POTOMAC VALLEY TELEVISION 100 S. Liberty St. Phone 4908 6:00 6:15 6:30 6:45 7:00 7:15 7:30 7:45 8:00 8:15 8:30 8:45 9:00 9:15 9:30 9:45 1U:UU 10:15 10:30 10:45 11:00 11:15 11:30 11:45 Noon 12:15 12:30 12:45 1:00 1:15 1:30 1:45 2:00 2:15 2:30 2:45 3:00 3:15 3:30 News; Mike Hurst show World News (NBC) Mike Hurst Show Morning Meditations Codec Time Merry-Go-Round Helen The Homemaker Welcome Travelers (NBO Double or Nothing Strike It Rich King's Row Dave Garroway (NBC) Music At Middsr Mid-Day News The Bandstand Play Radio Kate Smith George Hicks News Lorenso, Jones (NBC) Ralph Edwards' Show Afternoon Matinee Life Can Be Beautiful Road of Life Pepper Young's Family Right to Happiness(NBC) fi:29 Sign On Sundial World News (CBS) Sundial News of America (CBS) Friendship Hour Morning Melodlei Arthur Godfrey (CBS) Jimmy Carroll Rosemary (CBS) Noon News Roundup Perry Mason (CBSi Helen Trent <CBS( Our Gal Sunday (CBS) Big Sister (CBS) Ma Perkins (CBS! Susan Smith Time The Guiding Light (CBS) News, Melody Ballroom House Party (CBS) This I Believe Newa AM with JM Martin Agronsky AM with JM Breakfast Club (ABC) My True Story; News Marriage for Two Against The Storm I/one Journey When Girl Marries Break The Bank C. Massey Time (MBS) Capitol Commentary Jack Berch Show Grandstand Bandstand Paul Harvey (ABC) Ted Malone (ABC) Queen For a Day Ladies Fair; News Take A Number (MBS) Poole's Paradise; News Joyce Jordan M.D. fABC) Evelyn Winters (ABC) GOP Box Supper On ABC Net ^^_ (Bi) The Associated Press) "Listening tonight: NBC—8 Gordon MacRae Show: 9 DonaJd Voorhees Concert; 9:30 Paul Lavalle Band of America; 10 £l Goodman; 10:35 Dangerous Assignment. CBS—8 Suspense: 9 Radio Theater; 10 Bob Hawk; 10:30 Waxworks. ABC—8 Henry Taylor; 8:30 Big Hand; 9 GOP Lincoln Day Box Supper; 9:30 Paul Whiteman Teenagers; 10:30 Time for Defense. MBS—8 Woman of the Year; 8:30 i Crime Does Not Pay'; 9:05 Crime Fighters; B:30 Korean Report- Radio and TV: NBC and NBC-TV —8:30 Barlow Concert; CBS and CBS-TV 3:30 Godfrey Talent. Television: NBC—8 Paul Winchell and Jerry; 9 Lights Out; 9:30 Montgomery Theater; 10:30 Who Said That. . . CBS—8 Video Theater; 9 I Love Lucy Film; 9:30 It's News to S(Ie; 10 Studio One. . . ABC— 7:30' Screen Test; 8 District Attorney: 8:30 Life Begins at 80; 9 Art Baker. . . Dumont—8 The Pentagon; 8:30 Science Review; 9 Wrestling from New Jersey, tag team matches. Manpower Story ITHACA. N. Y.—(INS)—A 93- page bulletin titled "Manpower. Wages, and Labor Relations In World War II" has been issued by the New York State School ot Industrial and Labor Relations at Cornell University. The bulletin is an annotated bibliography of materials published on American industrial mobilization experiences during the war. VIC FLINT Michael O'Malley JA5OW, THEY'RE PLAV-Xl 5AIP TO\ i"^- YOU? 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