Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on February 7, 1952 · Page 21
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Phone 4600 for a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1952 TWENTY-ONE State Produces 72,000 Tons Of Corn For Canning Maryland farmers In 1951 produced nearly 72,000 tons of sweet corn for sale to canneries, according to tJ. 8. Department of Agriculture (statistics. This state production, about 2,400 tons greater than the year before, contributed to a Maryland sweet corn pack of approximately 48,000,000 cans of the product, explained L. M. Goodwin, Maryland representative of American Can Company. Maryland's approximately 40 sweet corn canneries packed about 40,000,000 cans of the vegetable in 1950. Pointing out the value of the can- King Industry to the state's agricultural economy, Mr. Goodwin explained that processors, who ship Free State products to all parts of the country, provided markets for about 90 per cent of Maryland's 1951 crop of sweet corn. The vegetable is grown commercially on more than 3,400 state farms, he noted. Rites For Woodsboro Mayor Set Tomorrow FREDERICK — (XP)— Funeral services will be held Friday for George I 11 , Smith, mayor of Woodsboro for 19 years, and founder of the Rosebud Perfume Company there. ( Smithy. 88 v was the only living charter member of the Woodsboro Savings I3ank. Death came Tuesday after & brief illness at Frederick Memorial Hospital. Boston, Mass., has the largest drydock la the United States. Brazil is larger than the United States. Start The Day Right With The Mai Jones Show fvtry Morning (Monday thru Saturday) from 6:00 A.M. to 8:45 A.M. Wf BO dial 1450 "• Y«ur NBC Station Death Claims Traffic Cop BALTIMORE (IP} — Anyone driving through the hub of Baltimore couldn't miss him. He was the big traffic cop — six-foot-three and 245 pounds of him — who for the past 14 years has flagged traffic at Baltimore and Light Streets. But you'll miss him now. Patrolman E. Drinks died Tuesday. He was more than a traffic cop. He was an institution. Rookie traffic officers were assigned to watch his method of herding cars at one of the East Coast's busiest corners as part of their indoctrination. He had a way of installing a holy fear in drivers who tarried or tried to lane-Jockey with his snorting whistle and bull-like bellow. But it was seldom he ever pulled out his little book and wrote a ticket. He was best known for his courteous treatment of pedestrians — the herding mass that clogged the intersection whenever the light changed. Especially old men and oW ladies and blind people. His was their easiest corner in town. "Big Boy", as he was known, was stricken last Saturday night. He was hustled to St. Joseph's Hospital when his condition grew worse Tuesday morning. He died a few hours later—a year and a week after the death of his wife. Evernia. Girl, Not Dog, Bites Friend, Draws Fine TELUK ANSON, Malaya —(ff)— A young Chinese girl,., charged with failure to muzzle her dog and allowing him to bite another girl, told the court: "My dog did not bite her. It was I who bit her in a quarrel." The girl, 16, was found guilty and fined. LITTLE There ore three ckisses of traders in Walt Street-bulls, bears ond iust ploin donkeys. BULLETIN! Sea . . . For vcurself the superiority of,.cable "TV". Visit any dealer on the cable line . . . He'll gladly give you a demonstration ... or phone us for additional" . Information where you can see , coble "TV". POTOMAC VALLEY TELEVISION 100 S. Lltwrty St, Phone 4908 Radio Programs THURSDAY, FEBRUARY .7, 19SS The program* listed below tie supplied by the local radio stations, which »re responsible) lor their accuracy. This »paee u provided without charge by the Tune» a» a service to listener*. TODAI F.M. 4:00 4:15 1:30 4:45 w 5:30 5:45 6:00 6:15 6:30 6:45 7:00 7:15 7:30 7:45 8:00 8:15 8:30 8:46 9:00 9:15 9:30 9:45 10:00 10:15 10:30 10:45 11:00 11:15 12:00 WTBO l«0 KO B*ck*t*t« WUe (NBC) Stall* /Dallas (NBC) Ypucg' Winder Brown Women In House (NBC) Five O'clock Show News WlJls CreeK Hoedown Van Roby Bportj News Dick Haymu Show Play Radio Richard Harimess (NBC) David. Rose N«wj (NBC I One Man's ^Family (NEC) Dangerous Assignment Mr. Keen (NBC) '. Dragnet (NBC) Counter Spy (NBC) your Hit Parade (NBC) Eddie Cantor's Birthday News News of.tbe World (NBC) V. N. Meeting Paris News—Sign Oil WCUM 111)0 KG KM W3 MO St. Louis Matinee (CBfi) The Brighter Day (CBS) Treasury Bandstand Artistry In Music To be announced Serenade In Blue News Sports Roundup Old Timers' Club You and World (CBS) Jack Smith (CBS) Marine Dance Parade Ed. R. Murrow (CBS) Stars 'Review BJU The PJayhouse (CBS) WDTK U2II KG Valiant Lady (ABC) Thy Neighbor's Voice Mugsy's Movie Matlaee Sgt. Preston Sky Kin? (MBSt ; Cecil Brown Loca!. National Newt Sports Roundup Dinner Date Big John and Sparky pulton Lewis (MBS) 1 Love A Mystery • Silver Esgle (ABC) The'Red Head <ABC) Defense Attorney ' Night Ride Original Amateur Hour Stars In The Air (CBSi . •• , • | Let .There Be Light Hollywood Sound Stage News; Rod tc Gun Club " ft . • . '* . ** Robert Q's Waxworks . Hardy .Family News; News Analysis (C) Adventures Casanova Norman Lee Band (CBS)' , ' " ' .":...' Weather- Sign Olt Prank.Edwards (MBB) I Moonlight--Reveries Ijleveries; 1:00 Sign Oil AJML TOMORItOW 6:00 6:15 6:30 6:45 7:00 m 7:45 8:00 8:15 8:30 8:45 9:00 9:15 9:30 9:45 10:00 10:15 10:30 10:45 11:00 11:15 11:30 11:45 Noon 12:15 12:30 12:45 m 2:00 2:15 2:30 3:45 3:00 3:15 3:30 3:45 News; Mai Jones show World News (NBC) Mai Jones Show Morning Meditation: Colfee Time Merry ao Round Helen the Homemaker Welc'mn Travelers (NBCi Double or Nothing NBC Strlke_It Rich (NBC) Kings Row (NBC) Dave Oarroway (NBC) Music at Mid-Day Mid-Day News News; The Bandstand Play Radio Kate Smith (NBC) George Hicks News NBC Lorenzo Jones (NBC) Ralph Edwards (NBC) Afternoon Matlaee Life Can Be B'tUul (NBC) Road ol Life . (NBC) Pepper Young' (NBC) Right To Hp'ness (NBC) 6:39 Sign On Sundls.1 World News (CB») Sundial News of America (CBS) Friendship Hour (CBS) Morning Melodies Arthur Godfrey (CBS) Memorable Music Rosemary (CBS) Noon News Roundup Perry Mason (CBS) Helen Trent (CBS) Our Ga! Sunday (CBS) Big Sister'(CBS) Ma Perkins (CBS) Susan smith Time Guiding Light iCBS) News; Melody Ballroom Houseparty and Adams This I Believe News AM with JM; News Martin Agronsky (ABC) D J Show Breakfast Club My True Story; News Marriage Tor Two Ag'nst The Storm (ABC) Lone Journey When A Olrl Marries Break The Bank C'rt Massey Time (MBS) Capitol Commentary Jack Bcrch Grandstand Bandstand Paul Harvey (ABC) Ted Malona (ABC) Queen For. a Day MBS Ladles Fair; News (MBS) Take A Number (MBS) Pooles Paradise (MBS) Joyce Jordan, M.D. Evelyn- winters ABC Hardy Family On Air Tonight (Bu The Associated Press) Radio Tonight: NBC—8 Father Knows Best; 8:30 Mr. Keen; 9 Dragnet; 9:30 Counter Spy; 10 Hit Parade; 10:35 Hollywood Music Box. CBS—8 FBI in Peace and War; 8:30 Hilton PJayhouse; 9 Mr. Chameleon; 9:30 Stars in Air; 10 Sound Stage; 10:30 Waxworks. ABC—8 Defense Attorney; 8:30 Mary McCarty as Red Head; 9 Amateur show; 10:30 Dance Variety. MBS—8 Modern Casanova; 8:30 Hardy Family; 9:05 Rod 'and Gun Club; 9:30 Reporters' Roundup. Television: NBC—8 Oroucho Marx film; 8:30 Treasury Men; 9 Mystery film; 9:30 The Festival; 10 Martin Kane;. . . CBS—8 Star of Family; 8:30 Amos and -Andy film; 9 Alan Young; 9:30 Big Town; 10 Racket Squad "One Angle Too Many"; 10:30 Crime Photog;. . . ABC—7:30 Lone Ranger film; 8 Stop the Music; 9 Herb Shriner; 9:30 Service men's boxing bouts . . . Dumont—8 This Is Music; 8:30 Bill Slater; 9 Shadow of Cloak; 10 Arthur Meets Critics. 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