Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on May 31, 1957 · Page 24
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 24

Cumberland, Maryland
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Friday, May 31, 1957
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•£ TWENTY-FOUR ISVKN1NG TIMES. CUMBERLAND, BSD., FRIDAY, MAY 31, 1957 Midshipman To Have Large New Network Family 'Cheering Section' Will Feature Sid Caesar :AKKAPOUS. Md.,.Wi - Midshipman Kogcr H. Uolondi of Winchester, Mass., figures lo have the biggest cheering section when the Naval Academy graduates a class of 848 next Friday. Rolondi's mother and father and 12 brothers and sisters will all be on hand lo see him commissioned an ensign in the Navy. •; He's also asked his girlfriend, Jean Volpe of Winchester, and her parents, which will boost the section to 17. The N'avy had to unbend its regulations a lilllc lo take care of the situation. It limits each midshipman graduate to i.cvcn lickcls for graduation, but Roion- di nut in a special request fur a waiver and academy officials' agreed it was an unusual case. Rnlondi is the third oldest of 13 children of Mr. and Mrs. Ku- gcne li. Rotondi of Winchester. His father is a general contractor. The ftotondi children. 8 boys and C girls, range in age from 24- year-old Eugene Jr. lo a 4-year- old set of Iwins. By ATIIA DAER (Plncli-nifiing for vacationing Jack O' -NK\V YORK—The learn of Sid Caesar and former Sylvester L. "Pat" FRIDAY AND SATURDAY AT SEIFERT'S l /2 PRICE SALE FURNITURE SELECTED GROUP See These Selctions In Our Window GROUP INCLUDES: 12 Fine Tables - End, Step, Drum, Cocktail. Mahogany, Marble Tops, etc. 2 Upholstered Chairs - 1 Gray Floral Occasional Armchair ... 1 Beige Channel-Back Siyle. mi '1I0 0 NOW 1 Pine Wall Rack -.. 'H 00 NOW '550 1 Saran Upholstered TV Bench 6 LAMPS-««° ' 7 °° >° *i 300 74 N, Cenre St. Dial PA 4-2760 "Across From City Hall" NBC prexy Weaver is gelling up sleani with the announcement (hat Weaver's new TV network has acquired its first station in Chicago. WGN-Tl' is (he station contracted (o become the first link in a program-service network which Weaver announces will also include stations in New York, Washington, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Cleveland, Cincinnati, St. Louis — and all aboard! Looks like this express is unlimited. By October, Weaver's network is scheduled to encompass New Haven, Harlford, Indianapolis, Milwaukee, Minneapolis and Detroit. lie plans to bring "well-established programs that have already made their mark, and many exciting 'firsts'." j —And a "well established pro gram" belongs to Sid Caesar, Die business associate for whom Pal promises lie has "plans which will utilize Sid's comic and artistic genius." Come fall Weaver estimates (he new enterprise will be reaching 18.000,000 :TV homes. '• "Playhouse 90" was my choice. The play "Circle of the Day" tslarring Nancy Kelly, Michael jltennic, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Pamel liMason and her daughter, Porl- This was one of those ["adult" dramas wilh a faltering marriage, "the other woman,' ^illegitimacy, intrigue and the in Icvitable plane crash. They lost | Ibis viewer when Ronnie; after telling his wife, Nancy Kelly, lit had a son she didn't know aboul isaid: "Scream, throw things al me, be nasly, but stop being ;ladylike in that abominable ,way."—And they lost this viewers husband, when Zsa Zsa (on TV always the other woman but never a wife) playing a great "classical singer" announced: "Vy. there ees no problem o] combining a career und a home. Minions of women do it." "Get me a sandwich and burr> it up," growled Ihis viewer's hus- !band.) I In the big reconciliation scene, Uennie breathed (he following words to'Miss Kelly:: "1 love you, 1 need you, 1 want you." All •that was missing was Elvis and his geelar. Nancy Kelly is such a superlative actress that she managed to make her part believable, and that was pure magic. James .Mason's wile, Pamela, seen briefly as a mud-packed gossip 'in a beauly parlor was extremely effective and sacrificed al! jrcsligc of vanity for art. But no i writer lias ever approached the ;feline-and-fingerjiail beauly par- !lor scene penned by Clare Boothc Luce in ' ""he Women", and 1 think they should quit trying. NEVER OFFERED BEFORE AT SUCH A LOW PRICE! 'Gioss Capacity Storage Space «,10 Down, $14 Month on Sears Easy Poymen* Flo" 179 BALT1ORE ST CUMBERUNO, MO. Dial PA 2-4600 for a WANT AD Taker Cumberland Cloak & Suit HUNDREDS OF NEW SUMMER DRESSES EXCITING FASHION VALUES AT ONLY .98 *ft.98 untl ^9 And what a summer spectacular!. . . Exciting new slyles . . . Glorious new colors ... in selections so large ... so varied . . . you'll vow we haven't missed a single (ashion trick . . . Dressy dresses . . . Casual dresses . . . Sun back with separate jackets . . . Town and country fashions in all these important summer fabrics: Docron and Carton Cupioni and Cotton Bemfaerg Sheers Orion and Nylons Cotton Eyelets Ginghams and Sheers Sizes 9 to 15, 12 to 20, 14'/ a to 24 Yi Nylon Net Can-Cans Three tiered swirling beauties to give all your summer dresses that sweet bouffant look. Pink, rime, blue, S.M.L. $1.98 Another Big Selection. Fresh Water Pearl Strands you con adjust to any length 2 tor «!«« Dress For The Occasion in D.vctl-To-Matcli Co-or diua tes 8 .98 Summer's newest rage in costume jewelry . . . Opaque fresh water pearl strands that snap apart so that you can add or subtract and adjust to any desired length. For That Bare Leg Look You Love Sheer Seamless .O11S ... • PRINTS • PASTELS • BABY CORDS Skirls . . . blouses . . . and play suits . . dyed to match for summer perfection . . and your quick changing activities! Lus cious pastels . . . Gay prints and cords in many new and exciting slyles. Junior, misses sizes. For June Parlies and After , , . Cool Sleeveless Hresses . . . £ jirs The "bare leg" look is the smart summer look with cottons, sheers and sport wear . . . These are luxuriously sheer ... smooth, perfect fitting . . . Selected irregulars ... if perfect to 1.15 a pair. Newest shades. Sizes 8! 2 to 11. Briyht new fashion itleus in Colorful Summer Flats... In cool straws and leathers Delight of a young lady's summer life . , . Fresh, smartly styled little dresses in dazzzling prints, stripes and sleeveless for cool, coo! comfort ... A bevy of adorable new slyles in washable summer fabrics and sizes 3 to 6x, 7 to H. (fit-Is .9.8 '£98 and Light, bright snd the most comfortable flals ever . . . Clever new sandals and slings, foam cushioned from toe to heel . . . White, Flax, Beige, "Combinations, Two Tones:. . . Sizes 4 to 10 ... Widths AA to B. Rvtjs Cotton Plisse Pajamas... $1-98 Slipover middy and button coal styles for boys . . . Darling baby doll pajamas for girls . . . All tailored of care-free, wash 'n wear cotton plisse . . . Stripes . . . checks prints Sizes 6 to 18 Girls, sizes 1 (o 3 ; j M sizes 4 lo 5x 123 Sale! SENSATIONAL PURCHASE! Sofa Pillows s|.00 They're really cxccplional . . ' Collon napper covered with expensive looking decorator fabrics in smart, colorful prints . . . Cut size, before seaming, 18 inchc* square. Cumberland Cloak and Suit Ston

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