Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on February 20, 1952 · Page 15
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 15

Cumberland, Maryland
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Wednesday, February 20, 1952
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Phone 4600 fo? a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1952 FIFTEEN Maryland MPA Director Resigns Brazilian Palm 'Tree Of Life* WASHINGTON — w — After 10 'NEW YORK—<INS>—The car- years of directing the Maryland nauba palm tree rat*s highest, with Production and Marketing Admin-1 the natives of Brazil. Istration, Joseph H. Blandford says| Besides being the world's largest Its time for another, younger man' .source of high-grade natural wax, to take over. i the carnauba takes care of mar*' of • Blanford, who Is 75, has resigned.' the household needs of the wax- James A. Cottman, of Somerset gathering populace of the Brazilian county, has been named temporary northeast. chairman by Secretary of Agricul-i Called the "Tree of Life." the rug- ture Charles Brannan. ji>cci palm produces flour, wine. A permanent chairman will be'vinegar and medicinal juices. Seeds chosen at a conference between USA from the tree are used as a coffee officials, Cottman and his collea- substitute. BUes, George J. Martin, of Frederick The hard wood of the trunk is county ,and G. Bradford Beeves, of u.sed in constructioii of houses, the St. Marys county, fronds to thatch the roofs anri Blanford plans to retire w his walls. The older leaves serve as farming and housing project near ropes, mats, hats, fire fans and Brandywine. brooms. The native going to market carries a basket made from fronds, and wears a hat of the -same material. The fibers are used for fishing nets, hammocks, blankets, and filler for cushions and pillows. Radio Programs The protramn listed bejow ire supplied bjr th« Ioc«.l rtdio «l»tlon». which *r« r«spon«!bl« for their tccurser. ThJ» space ts provided without churgt la} UJ» Ttmw a& a iervlce to listeners. WEDNESDAY, FEBKUABY SO. 1092 TODAT =. ON =r Cable Channel 4 f Red Skelton = Show = Foundation Helps Blind = On Bus, Rail Traveling = NEW YORK — (0>; — A total of] •=12,116 rail and bus coupon boohs ~ were issued in 1951 providing for ~ rate concessions to blinded travelers, .— 'the American Foundation for the 1 Blind reported. r— • The coupon books, issued by the === foundation to legally blind persons, ~I permits the blind person to take a = ! sighted guide along on a trip at £=: no extra cost. Guide dogs may also — travel with their masters at no EEE charge. k»JW. 4:00 4:15 4:30 4:45 5:01) 5:15 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 8:45 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 M'TBO 1150 KO Backttage Wile (NBC) Steili Dallas' INBC) Voung Widder Brown Woman .ID House Five O'Ciock Show News Wills Cre'H Hoedown Van Baby Sports News Dick Heroes Show Play Radio Richard Harkncis (NBCI David Rose Show World News UJBCI One Man's Fa'lly (NBCI Halls Of Ivy (NBC) Oreat OUderslceve NBC Oroucho Marx (NBC) The Big Story (NBC) Barry Craig (NEC) Robert Montgomery Meredith Wilson INBC1 New* News of World (NBC) Hotel Orchestra (NBC) New»— Sign OS WCUM 1191) KC FM 1W.» MO The Chlcasoans (CBS) The Brighter Day (CBS) Treasury Bandstand Artistry in Music Korn Kobblers Country Music Time News Sports Roundup Old Timers' Club You and World Jack Smith (CBS) Errand o! Mercy Edward Murrow <CB8) Music by Roth Dr. Christiana (CBS) Red Skelton Show (CBS) Bint Crosby (CBS) IBC Boxlnc (CBS) Henry Jerome Band CBS News & Analysis (CBSi Johnny Long Baud CBS Weather; Sign OK WDYK 1SSU KO Valiant Lady (ABC) Thy Neighbors Voice Mujgsy'i Movie Matinee Green Hornet (MBS) > Tom Corb't. Space Cadet Local. National News Sports Roundup Dinner Dats Big Jon and Sparky Fulum Lewis (MBS) I Love A Mystery Tho Loo« lunger (ABC) Mystery Theatre ABC The Top Guy (ABC) Theatre of Air (MBS) News; Out of Thunder Family Theatre (MBS) Rouge's Gallery (ABC) Prank Edwards (MBS) Moonlight Reveries Reveries; 1, Sign OH AJVL TOMORKOW = 9 P. M. The top shows in television are now available to Cumberlanders thru Cable TV. Phone 4903 today for details regarding Cable TV installation in your home. POTOMAC VALLEY TELEVISION CO. IIKI S. Liberty St. Phone 430S The Nizal of Hyderabad used to cause all traffic to stop between five and six p. m., during which time he took his evening drive. Is o mon progressive or conservative when he wears lost year's clothes, drives this year's car ond lives on nexf year's income?/ 10 FRESH* 1 TASTE 8RSATH Television Summary 7:30—Name's tha Same—abo B:00—Kate Smith Hr.-nbo Godfrey Hour—cos Paul Dixon Show—abo 9:00—TV Theater—nfo Strike It Bich—cbs The Rugeles Film—abo Jury Trials—DuMont 9-30—The Web. Drama— cb« llona Massey Dmma-abo 10:00—Pantomlma Quiz—nbo Boxlns Boute—cb« Drama Hour—abo 10:30—TV Recital Hall—nbo 6:00 6:15 6:30 6:45 V.OO 7:15 7:30 7:45 News; Mai Jones Show 8:00 8:15 8:30 8:45 World News Roundup Mai Jones Show Morning Meditations 9:00 »:15 9:30 S:45 10:00 10:15 10:30 10:45 11:00 11:15 H-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 3:45 Coffee Time Merry Go Round Helen The Homcmiker Wlc'oio Tr»veleri (NBC) Double or Nothing Strike It Rich Kings Row (NBC) Dive Garroway (NBC) Music »t Mid-Day Mid-Day News Bandstand Play Radio Kate Smith News (NBC) Lorenzo Jones CNBC) Ralph Edwards Show Afternoon MRtlnet Life C'n Be B'tlf'l (NBC) Road of Life (NBC) Pepper Young (NBC) Rlsht to Hap'neu (NBC) 6:29 Sign On Sundial World News (CB8) 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) Bte Sister (CBS) Ma Perkins (CBS) Susan Bmlth Time Guidlag Light (CBS) News; Melody Ballroom Houseparty; Adams »» *• This I Believe News Musical Roundup: News First Cs.ll With Carroll Martin Agronsky First Call With Carroll Breakfast Club (ABC) My True Story; News Marriaje for Two (ABC) Against the Storm ABC Lone Journey When Girl Marries Break The Bank Curt Massey (MBS) Capitol commentary Jack Bercb. Show (ABC) Grandstand Bandstand Paul Harvey (ABCI Ted MsJono (ABC) Queen For A Day (MBS) Ladies Fair; Newj Take A Number (MBB) Poole's paradise; News Joyco Jordan, M. D. ABC Evelyn Winters (ABC) Mills Brothers With Crosby (Bn The Associated frets} On the air tonight: NBC—8 Halls of Ivy; 8:30 Great Gildersleeve; 9 Groucho Marx; 9:30 Big Story; 10 Barrie Craig; 10:35 Meredith Wilson. CBS — 8 BiR Town; 6:30 Dr. Chriastian; 9 Red Skelton; 9:30 Mills Brothers with Bing Crosby. ABC—8 Mystery Theater; 8:30 Top Guy Drama; 9 Rogue's Gallery; 9:30 Mr, President; 10:30 Dance Time. MBS — 8 Musical Comedy; 9:05 Out of Thunder; 9:30 Family Theater. Television: NBC—8 Kate Smith; 9 TV Theater; 10 Pantomime Quiz; 10:30 TV Recital Hall . . . CBS—8 Frank Parker for Godfrey; 9 Strike it Rich; 9:30 The Web; . , . ABC— 7:30 Name's the Same panel; 8 Paul Dixon; 9 Ruggles Film; 9:30 llona Massey's "Rendezvous;" 10 David Niven in "Petrified Forest." . . DUMONT—9 Famous Jury Trials. Rep. Miller Plans To Seek Re-Election EASTON — (R>) — Rep. Edward T. Miller, the only Eastern Shore Republican to serve more than two terms in the House, has announced he will seek re-election to a fourth term. Democrats of the First Congressional District are still looking for a candidate to oppose the popular Miller. VIC FLINT By Michael O'Malley I WARNED TWO£E BURGLAC* MV HUSBAND WAD A HEART COMDITOvl. BUT THEY VJDULDNT U*T£KJ. OWE TWEM WIT UA5OM A6AIH AA/D AGAIN! AND NOW HE'6- DEAD! I'LL CALL INJS-PECTOR IN HOMICIDE., 6ET THE PRINT MEM, TWS PWOTO6RAPM BOYS; AMD NOTIFY TWE CORONER—AND ON THE COUB 5ERSEAMT! JA-SONJ WO?TMMORE<5- MURDERED! ALLEY OOP By V. T. Hamlin UOOK.VOU HAMMER-HEfcDED GALOOT, I'M HERE TO BUY CORN FOR A LOT OP ENGLISHMEN,NOT WASH POTS FOR A LOT OF SQUAU/5.' UXJD VOICE TO CHIEF POWHATAN CAPTAIN EASY By Leslie Turner WE.TULLIS WANTS TO TW.K TO YOU BOTH AT H\5 HOTEL IN THE FRENCH QUARTER. NOW -FATHER'S RIGHT. WvAYBE I'VE BEEN SWEPT Off fEET 6V A GUB-TOWGUEP CWA.RLfk.TMM! WH05MD I'D MAKE WORTHLESS HUSBAMD- NOT FIGURING ON NOW LOOKAH£RE,J».NETl TW5 15 THE WACKIEST THING! EVER-HE <vRD OF! WOT THINKING (7 GETTIN3 FUKTHERWORE- S6E HERE, BUD! ISMD ID ESCORT YOU ALL TO HIS HOTEL, AND I AIAA TO 00 JUST THAT 1 . SO GEr GOIMGI BUT WHY SHOULD I SEE I H/WE NO INTENTION OF-MA—. HMM...1 SEE! WELL. OFFICER,.. IT MAY ME A LIFE OF GRIEF Wir« THE WRONG WAN' JUST DRIVE ALONG WITH THE NICE POLICEMAN) EASY! QUITE CURIOUS ABOUT THIS. PRISCILLA'S POP By Al Vermeer M SORRY HOLLYHOCK! RISCILLA'S BEEN ENT TO WER ROOM OR QUARRELING s_ WITH HER ^BROTHER! /OH.THAT FOOLISH LlTTLc f-fe I J I MZVEF? PIOHT WITH MV BROTHER. EVEN THOUGH HE IS VERY TRYING sON OCCA5IOMS! FOR YOU DEAR 1 YOU MUST HAVE A STRONG CHARACTER! NO, MAM! I'VE GOT A STRONG BROTHER |i LI'L ABNER By Al Capp —'GViW-EFAH TAKES TOO") MAMMV \\ LI'L ABNSK'U LOSS UK > SHC U. UCK JACOUEUME AH BET MAH SAVIN'S ON HER. 1 / IS LIKE MONtV IMTM' BANK/f —HM-ft.'.'k AtfLL BLOW SMOKE /A/ HERfAC£-TH£T'LL MAKE. RUSTY RILEY By Frank Godwin trusty, i SUPPOSE .. NATURALLY SUi . I HAV6 A KINP OF A FEELING LJT JESS FAVAL/ NEED MONB/..WORE THAN HE CAN EARN HONESTLV/ I'D LIKE TO KNOW HIM BETTEK WELL -LET'S WATCH THE AUCTION. ou , OH, MK.MILES SON'.'! HE'S THE BEST V COLT STEVE CANYON By Milton Caniff SSSJJBMlIi 6AECON.' BKEAKNrAM'Y'COAAE OUTTWO C>PTHE BE5T HEEE. T* CUPSOPCOFPEEWTHS \CELEBKATE PWCElMADEMOfSELLe L ^ AMD I HAVE JUST NOW BECOME EH5A6EP.' -431i '" RAJAH ! SET UP FOR THE HOtfSE WSCAN TOAST MILAD/ AS BERT? A 8ETT2OTWEC> BEAUTY' RIP KIRBY By Alex Raymond /SEVEN, I'VE VISITED MISS ^\ ASERNATHy'S SCHOOL ...EVER/, THINS VOU SAID ABOUT MONICA •j. HILL SEEMS TO CHECK ...I'VE (DONE SOME OTHSK^j^^ " DISSING TOO,., I I KNOW THE NAME ) OF MONICA'S Maruee] ...BUTISTILLDONT/ KNOW WHETHER / THE GIRL REALLY, \s YOUR DAUGHTER;, I EXPECTED THAT, \ KIRBV... HERE'S THE i PROOP«,OUR MARRIAGE 1 LICENSE AND MONICA'S BIRTH CERTIFICATE/ DO WHAT 1 CAN TO HELP MONICA/ BUGS BUNNY /AEAN THEVRE REALLY BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES By Edgar Martin OSVO \' c/f IHW; I:OKI\C YOU VT ? > 6UOT,eiO*iCVi MV W«0f!>6 WVTH Mt , TIM TYLER'S LUCK By Lyman Young SPND IN TIM in.i^ -s SPUP I'M/ISSISNWG) SAYS UESAVv THEM TO GUIDE TME rf THEM 2|P= CFP PILOTS TO potrr^rf HMiejoujfpo UTAT WATDKA NOT LAD5 AS FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS H&VE 4 GOOD TEAK. ] We GSTTA MIDE . H By Merrill Blosser WF'LL JUST TIE" H"A MF.RE AMD — HEY/ oon'r THAT LOCK IM PIS F.YE .' ^ <J( v v fc*-- y^j MYRTLE By Dudley Fisher &~i~ CEi-A'O i ROA'D MAP OF'AFGHAMISTAVJ ^'-•1

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