Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on February 18, 1952 · Page 11
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 11

Cumberland, Maryland
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Monday, February 18, 1952
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\ Phone 4600 for a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1952 ELEVEN obert Casadesus '!. | Tonight I on Th« | Telaphono Hour /TBO 9:00 p. m, ? NBC Network -? *tTH DONALD VOORHKS AN/3 THE ; KLL TELEPHONE ORCHESTRA Vest Wearing Called 'Must' HOLLYWOOD — (INS) — Film colony tailor Richard Macintosh has expressed alarm over the American male who scorns a vest as dally attire and he, insists that something must be done about it. Macintosh declared that the expanse of shirt between trousers and necktie 'is unsightly to say the least. He has decreed that filmdom males will have suits with a waistline from three to four inches higher, than previously. "In that way," says the tailor, "we can help them fight the battle of the bulge since they refuse to wear vests. "We are even installing a special buttonhole on one side of the waistline. This is for owners of Phi Beta Kappa keys." r Voice of I Firestone | 8:30 P. M. .5 -The top shows in tele- F vision are now available to Cumberlanders thru Cable TV. Phone 4908 ^ today for details re- s garding Cable TV in- r stallation in your home. -I POTOMAC VALLEY *r TELEVISION CO. ". 100 S. LlbirtT St. Phone 4908 Radio Show Means Marriage To Couple NEW YORK—W~B.ert Parks and his CBS show, "Break the Bank," have played a starring role in the lives of at least one .young couple. Six years ago Alan Kluger met the girl he married 11 months ago when quizmaster Parks suggested that members of the studio audience introduce themselves to the one sitting alongside. Recently Alan and Florence Kluger appeared on the Parks show again. They broke the bank for $2,050. The money went into the bank to "cushion" the arrival of the couple's baby this summer. Z-1S ^•/•>-3»-^ One of life's lirtte-mysteries'"« how people con olwoys remember when you were wrong ond forget •when you were right. e> N u 6CT fXTRA PLEASURE T*lev!iion Summary 7:30—Scroen Test—abc «:QO—Paul Wlnehell—nbe Video Theater—cbs DetectivB Drama—abc The Pentagon—DuMont <:30—Barlow Concert—nbo Talent Scouts—cbs Llf« Begins at 80—abc Sctenca Review—DuMont I K)0—bights Out—nbo I Love Lucy—cb* Art Baker show—abc Wrestling Bouts—DuMont 1:30—Montgomery Theaur-rnbo Psychiatry Program—abo It's News to Me—cbt 10:00—Studio One—cbs Bill Gwlnn Film—abo 10:30—Who Said That—nbo Stud's Pls.c«—abo Radio Programs MONDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1333 The programs listed below w« supplied by the local radio station*, which art responslDle for their accuracy. This space I* provided without chargt b; tht Tlmu as a service to listeners. TODAX PJML 4:00 4:15 4:30 4:45 5:00 5:15 5:30 5:4F 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 10:00 10:15 10:30 10:45 11:00 11:15 11:30 11:45 12:00 WTBO 1459 KO Backstage Wife (NBC) Stella O&llas iNBCi Wldder Brown (NBC) Woman In House (NBC) Five O'clock Show News Wills Creek Hoedown Van ftoby Sports News Dick Haymes Show Play Radio HL V. Kaltenborn David Rose Show World Newt <NBC> One Mah s Family (NBC) Railroad Hour iNBC) Barlow Orchestra (NBC) Telephone Hour (NBC) Lyn Murray Show Ray Block Show Robt. Montgomery (NBC) Andre Kostelanelz NBC News News of World Mich. ; Glee Club (NBC; News; Sign Off WCCM 1490 KC 1023 MO Mutual Security (CBSl The Brighter Day (CBSl Treasury Bandstand Artistry In Music Korn Kobblers Eddy Arnold Sliow News Sports Roundup Old Timers' Club you and World (CBS) Jack Smith (CBSl Here's To Veterans Edward Murrow (CBSl Suspense (CBS) Junior Town Meeting Radio Theatre (CBS) Bob Hawk Show (CBS) Robert Q's Waxworks News It Analysis (CBS) Jack PlnatJrch. (CBS) Weather, Sign OH WDTK 1230 KO Valiant Lady (ABC) Thy Neighbors Voice Muggsy's Movie Matinee Bobby Benson (MBS) Wild Bill Hickofc; News Local. National Newt Sports Roundup Dinner Date Big Jon and Sparky Fulton Lewis (MBS) T Love A Mystery Lone Ranger Woman of Year (MBS) The Big Harid (ABC) News; Crime Fighters Cafe Istanbul (ABC) News; Concert Master True Detective (MBS) Crime Does Not Pay Prank Edwards (MBS) Moonlight Reveries 1:00 Sign Off A.M, TOMOKEOW 6:00 6:15 6:30 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 10:30 10:45 11:00 11:15 11:30 11:45 Noon 12:15 12:30 13:45 1:00 1:15 1:30 1:45 2:00 2:15 2:30 2:45 3:00 3:15 3:30 3:45 News; Mai Jones Show World News (NBC) Mel Jones Show Morning Meditations Coffee Time Merry-Go-Round Helen The Homemaker Welcome Travelers (NBC) Double or Nothing Strike <( It Rich King's Row * Dave Garroway (NBC) Music At Midday Mid-Day News The Bandstand Play Radio Kate Smith George Hicks News Lorenzo Jones (NBC) Ralph Edwards' Show Afternoon Matinee Life Can Be Beautiful Road of Life Pepper Young's Family Bight to Happiness(NBC) 6:29 Sign On Sundlai World News (CBS) Sundial News of America (CBS) Friendship Hour. Morning Melodies Arthur Godfrey (CBS) Jimmy Carroll Rosemary (CBS) Noon News Roundup Perry Mason (CBS) 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 Believ« News Musical Roundup: News First Call with Carroll News; First Call Martin Agronslcy First Call with Carroll Breakfast Club (ABC) My True Story; News Marriage for Two Against The Storm Lone Journey When Girl Marries Break The Bank & 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. (ABC) Evelyn Winters (ABC) Dangerous AssignmentOn NBC (By The Associated Press) Listening tonight: NBC—8 Gordon MacRae; 9 Donald Voorhees; 10:35 Dangerous Assignment. CBS—8 Suspense; 9 Radio Theater; 10 Bob Hawk; 10:30 Waxworks. ABC—8 Henry Taylor; 8:30 Big Hand; 9:30 Paul Whiteman; 10:30 Time for Defense. MBS—8 Women of Year; 8:30 Crime Does not Pay; 9:05 Crime Fighters; 9:30 Korean Report. Radio and TV: NBC and NBC-TV 8:30—Howard Barlow; CBS and CBS-TV 8:30—Joe E. Brown in Godfrey Talent Scouts. Television: NBC—8 Paul Winchell and Jerry; 9 Lights Out; 9:30 Montgomery Theater; 10:30 Who Said That. . . CBS—8 Jackie Cooper in Video Theater; 9 I Love Lucy Film; 9:30 It's News to Me; 10 Studio One. . . ABC—7:30 Screen Test; 8 District Attorney; 8:30 Life Begins at 80; 9 Art Baker; 9:30 Psychiatry Program; 10 Bill Gwinn Film. . . Dumont—8 The Pentagon; 8:30 Science Review; 9:30 Wrestling from New Jersey. Dangerous Game The African buffalo doesn't get the publicity that the more spectacular elephants, lions, and rhinos do, but many big game hunters rate it as the most dangerous to hunt of all African animals. A buffalo bull will trample and paw a victim for hours. VIC FLINT By Michael O'Malley NICE WORK, SAIL 1 - "\VEAH. WE MIGMT •SOU REALLY CREAMED) HAVE HAD A THAT PROWL BUS<SV. y UTTUE TROUBLE EXPLAINIWS TWI£ of DOWN XT HEADQUARTERS ASMAV FROW E WORTW-j MOKE.MOWE, • THEY DBJB- ERATELV irlDE- IPE THE .APPROACH! M6 POUCECAR. COME IN QUICKLY! THO^E CROOK6-XWE SOT THEIR IN THE DEL!VERY\UCErJ£E MUM- TRUCK DIP THAT \BSK. IM GOWNA ow PURPOSE AMP] PHONE HEAD- OUR RADIO'S- ON / QUARTER*"THE BLINK. -^/ FROM THE ALLEY OOP By V. I". Ham/in ALIEYOOP HAS JUST A6SUMED THE IDENTITY OF CAPT JOHN SMITH IN THE HOPE OF SECURING ENOUGH FOOD FROM .CHIEF POWHATAN TO i CARRY THE STARVING CITIZENS OF JAMES\TOWN THROUGH THE ^WINTER OF I6O7-8. WHITE WARRIOR [GIVE HIM ALL HE HUNGRY..WANT/CAN EAT...THEN MUCH FOOD /HE HELP SQUAW WASH-UM POTS.' HIM WANT GOOD.'MAKE-UM FOOD FOR/eOUAW HEAP. ALL /HAPPY HAVE WINTER! I UM HELP ALL WINTER; LAI HE 5AY NO EAT-UM X CORN HERE.' WE TOTE-UM CORN TO ^ ENGLISH FORT...NO HELP-LIM SQUAW HEY, NOW, WAIT... HOLD ON! 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