Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on February 25, 1952 · Page 11
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 11

Cumberland, Maryland
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Monday, February 25, 1952
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Phone 4600 for a WANT AD Taker •••Hill ._ * EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD. 'MONDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1952 ELEVEN Lucile Cummings Tonight •n Th» Telephone Hour WTBO-9P.M. \ NBC Network WITH DONALD VOORHEES AND THE IEU. TELEPHONE ORCHESTRA ~ ON =: Cable Channel 4 Robert Montgomery s~ Presents g 9:'30 P. M. SB. The top shows in tele- ZT rlsion are now available S to Cumberianders thru S Cable TV. Phone 4908 ~ today for details re- ~ S gardlng Cable TV in- £= 5p stallation. in your home. ~= j| POTOMAC VALLEY ^E Er TELEVISION CO. = S 100 S. Liberty St. Phone 4908 — : Soldiers Learn Cost Of Things FORT MEADS —The last refuge from civilian worries about the high cost of living—the Army—seems to be closing its doors. You can still get in. But you can't forget about the high cost of living. At least not in two outfits at Port Meade. The 391st Military Police Battalion and Headquarters Company of the 2101st ASU here call it "con- Kistent stress on cost consciousness." During an inspection, an officer is apt to ask the private: "Soldier, how much did those boots cost?" And the soldier replies "10.50, sir." He knows this because every cost of every item he wears or uses is pasted on a chart inside his footlocker, where he comes face to face with it several times a day. In addition to the price of the boots (which cost only $6.25 'in 1945) he knows his necktie cost 51 cents (26 cents in 1945), wool overseas cap, $1.46 (against 54 cents in 1945) and wool trousers, $17.39 (only $7.64 in 1945). This, officers feel, may make him take better care of his equipment. A life-size painting of a soldier, with price tags pointing at each clothing item, Is on display just inside the door of the 2101st Company's headquarters building, where countless soldiers pass each day. The prices of vehicles at the post motor pool are stenciled on dashboards as constant reminders to the drivers that they are not free Items. Col. Arthur L. Shreve, chief of the Maryland Military District, said all personnel in this area, including regulars, civilian employes and reserves, are being indoctrinated in the "cost consciousness" program i through lectures during regular unit meetings. The importance of conserving equipment -is stressed, he said, as a means of saving tax dollars. Most Abundant Oxygen is by far the earth's most abundant element, being nearly equal in amount to all the others put together, according to the Encyclopedia Britamiica. LITTLE LIT Maybe w« shouldn't comptem, but in the chorus it's the best lwck«r who gets the most dough. Radio Programs .MONDAY, FEBKUAEV 2S, 1II32 The programs listed btlow ar« supplied by the local radio stations, which are responsible for their accuracy. This space is provided without charg* 1); th« Tlmei » a service to listeners. TOD AS PJML 4:60 4:15 i:30 4:45 5:00 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 10:31) 10:45 11:00 11:15 11:30 11:45 12:00 WTBO M30 KC Backstage Wife (NBC) Sulla Dallas (NBCi Wldder Brown (NBC) Woman In House (NBC) Five O'clock Show News Wills Creek Hocdown Van Roby Sports News Dick Haymes Show Play Radio Richard Harfcness (NBC) David Rose Show World News tNBO One Man s Famny (NBC) Railroad Hour (NBC) Barlow Orchestra (NBCI Telephone Hour (NBC) Lyn Murray Show Ray Block Show Robt. Montgomery (NBC) Andre Kostelaneu NBC News News of World Surprise Serenade (NBC) News; Sign OK WCCM HW KO PM 102.8 MO The Chlcagoans (CBS: Womens' Clubs (CBSi The Brighter Day (CBS) Treasury Bandstand Artistry In Music Kirn Kobblers Hillbilly Hits News 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 it Analysis (CBS) Jack Fina Orch. (CBSI Weather. Sign OB WDTK 1130 KO Valiant Lady (ABC) Thy Neighbors Voice Muggsy's Movie Matinee Bobby Benson (MBS) Wild Bill Hlckok; News Local National News Sam's Sport Spotlight Dinner Date Big Jon and Sparky Pulton Lewis (MBS) I Love A Mystery Lone Ranger Woman of Year (MBS) The Big 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 Siga Off A.M. TOMOEKOW 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 ID: DO 10:15 10:30 10:45 11:00 11:15 11:30 11:45 Noon 1Z:15 12:30 12:45 1:00 1:15 1:30 1:45 3:00 3:15 3:30 3:45 News; Mai Jones Show World News (NBC) Mai Jones Show Morning Meditations Coffee Time Merry-Go-Round Helen The Homeraaker 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 Merrill Mueller News Lorenzo Jones (NBC) Ralph Edwards' Show Afternoon Matinee Life Can Be Beautiful Road of Life Pepper Young's Family Right to HappinejsiNBCI s:29 sign On Sundlu World News (CB3) 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 Believe News Musical Roundup; Newi Flnt Call With Carroll Martin Agronsky First Call With Carroll Breakfast Club (ABC) My True Story; News Marriage for Two Against The Storm Lone Journey When Girl Marrlei Break The Bank C.'Massey Time (MBS) Cppltol Commentary Jack Berch Show Grandstan.d Bandstand Paul Harvey (ABC) Ted Malone (ABC) Queen For a Day Ladles Fair; News Take A Number (MBS) Poole's P&radlse; News Joyce Jordan M.D. (ABC) Evelyn Winters (ABC) Television Highlights STATION WTTG (Washington, Channel 6) (Cumberland, Cable 2) TODAY B:4S Tony Wakem&n 8ports 6:30 Space Cadet 6:45 Time for Beany 7:00 Captain Video 7:30 Candid Camera '8:00 Pentagon — Washington 8:30 Science Review 9:00 Guide Right 9:30 Wrestling 11:OQ Movietone News 11:15 Night Owl Theater TOMORROW 10:30 Early Bird Theater 13:30 Take, the Brcnk 1:00 Olsen's Rumpus Room 1:30 Mutlnee Theater STATION W.IAO (Johnntown, channel 13) (Cumberland, Cable 4) TODAT 4:00 Kate Smith Show S:00 Hawkins Falls 5:15 Gabby Hayes 5:30 Howdy Dooriy 6:00 BaBCbrush Trail 6:15 Tom Corbett 6:30 Cisco Kid 7:00 Kukla. Fran. Ollie 7:15 The Goldbergs 7:30 Blalne and Leo 1:45, News Caravan , 8:00 Winchell and Mahoney 8:30 Barlow Orchestra. 9:00 Lights Out 9:30 Robert Montgomery 10:30 Who Said That? 11:00 Man Against Crime 11:30 crime Photographer TOMORROW 10:15 Arthur Godfrey 10:30 Bride and Groom 10:45 Al Pearcc Show 11:30 Strike It Rich 12:00 Langtord-Ameche Show' 13:15 Love ot Lift 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 12:45 Langford-Ameche Show 1:00 TV Note Book 1:30 Garry Moore Show 2:00 Garry Moore Show 3:30 First Hundred Ycar» 2:45 Mike and Buff 3:00 The Biz Payoff 3:30 Bill Goodwin Show FLINT By Michael O'Malley •JOU LOOK A BIT T AND WHY KJOT? I BEEN THI*yUP ALL NISHT ON THI5- , _ .. WORTHMORE 6ROW1JE. HERE'S- TWEL. THE IMMEDIATE) BUT THE RA- WORTHAAORE'5-=WA& BROUGHT DEATH WA£-A <OM BY THE HEART ATTACK.) BLOWS /?A*/£P OWH/*HEAP. MY VERDICT &--MURDER! IN- VC*TK3ATOff, DROP* BY POUce HEADQUARTER*' TO &EE. Cox. 19M by SEA Sorvlu ALLEY OOP By V. T. Hamlin NO,OR.WONMUG,)IT DOES BEAT I MAMEWT SEEN ) AU. WHERE *LLEYPORA /HE CAN SET LON6 TIME. A TO WHEN YOU WANT HIM) BYTHEWAY, (YYlEAN WHERE COP FOOZY, WHAT\ NOW 19 AT? GOSH DO \OU KNOWN SAKE9,OOOLA,I OF ALLEY'S VWOULDN'TKNOW WHEREABOUTS?>j THAT/ -' •>< 7-t.'-^ LETS TRY PUTTING ) WELL.THATS ANOTHER IT THIS W\Y..,. ^QUESTION WHEN PUT THAT WAY. 1 SOI GUESS I'D BETTER CHANGE MY SAY! WHAT DO YOU KNOW ABOUT WHY HE'S NO HERE NOW? YE5,5IR, I THINK YOU BETTER HAD.' CAPTAIN EASY By Leslie Turner r MOw WHAT'S YOUR GAME, MISTER.? REE DAD DOESN'T '. MISS. Sfl" \ KNOW SHE'S M NEW ORlEAM§ " AND HIS NAME ISN'T TULLIS! GET AWAY FROM THAT \DOOR'. WE'RE GETTING JoUTCTHreE. AMD FAST YOU'LL HAFTA ASKHU* ABOUT THAT! HE SAID TO HAVE YOU ALL WAIT... QUIETLY. AMDIDOM'T .to^r—•7—3 c=\ \NAMT WO TROU6Ur>''V'y ::= = ' — "S , JKC.V, JAWET- OE WHATEyEE, VOUR MAKKE 15- BEM IT!, j 15 A TRAP, AND — OH.VOU'RE- MAGNIFICENT. EA&Y 1 . THI& IS THE FIR9T TIWE VOU'UE EUER. RESCUED ME! PRISCILLA'S POP By Al Vermeer fYOU CAN'T GO OLJT > , TODAY, DEAR) > TOO COLD; S-L POP, 'i THOUGHT YOU NATURE HAS EVERYTHING FIGURED OUT JUST RIGHT) W i r> TWENi HOW COME WE DON'T HAVE SUMMER IN THE WINTERTIME... WHEN WE COULD STAND A LITTLE BUT THEN WE WOULDN'T HAVE MEAT, IN THE SUMMER! SUMMER ^ f ^- LI'L ABNER By Al Capp THIS PERFUME WILL MAKE ANY MAW IRRESISTIBLE TO GIRLS-IT SMELLS UKE MON«Y.r TO DEMONSTRATE ITS POWER, IVE ASKED THESE -UGHS'-CHAPS TO SUBMIT TO ATESTVr -APOS.VOU SURE THEY'RE HUMAN, FATBACX? WE'LL SELEJCT THE.-uQH/'- WOF<STC5FTHE LOT; DOUSE HIM WITH THE PERFUME -AMPTHEN- WATCH ITS umccroN THE PAIR Y/EALL AGREE.TMAT THIS ONE IS THE MOST REPULSIVE.? HIDEOUS// WELL-HIRE «OCa THC «RCAT I RUSTY RILEY By Frank Godwin 60OP/WELL ; TEX HEKE WITH THE VAN/£VB»TWIN<56.\ VV£'LL STAKT BACK TO .. NO SISW OP THE HORSE THIEVES/ LEXlNSTON RISHT AW/ STEVE CANYON PATtyANP I \MLL 60 ON AHEAP..Y LOSE AN AND SAVE A LIFE.. TAKE IT BASy..THAT COLT 15 WORTH HIS y/BGHT IN TO MENTION XX) ANP KUSTV/vflL SENTIMENTS, SIR/ (A'X #B4K8y'/toOM?'SOOTH ^.JUSrAMANANDTHE 7., MILES WENT ON By Milton Caniff OH,$TEVE-I-I CANYOOTOYOUR. fi?ATEKNITY'S WINTER FORMAL. I-I... 5UWMEE, K IT BECAUSE VDU MET LBTDN OLSON IN THE LIVINS EOOM OF THE HOUSE? YE5...I T THEN I SET A BREAK! COULDN'T ) THE PARTY WILL 86 AT TAKE IT' /THE HVERKI17<5£COUNTRY ''WAIT A MINUTE. 1 I'LL SOON X OF COURSE NOT! THE SOCIAL PELON6 TO THE RftEEKT-TEACHEE^ ] CHAIRMAN PROMI5EP >t3U'P ASSOCIATION, BlIT I WON'T BE A / BE ALLOWSD TO DO A FAST CHAPERONTTi^ J CHAULESTON ON TOP OF A TABLE ID SHOW THAT YOU OLD- TIME FLAPPERS STILL HAVE THAT PAPRIKA 5TR£A<! RIP KIRBY By A {ex Raymond NO... NEVER MIND.«THAT SIRL WE FOLLOWED LEFT MSB PURSE IN SHALL I \ A SEAT AT THE THEATRE ..._I'M WAIT,UDy?Ak RETURNINS TO HEP... YES, ULI, IT'S ME.,.I'VE BEEN SHADOWING YOU ALL EVENING,v,I KNOW WHAT YOU'RE UP TO/ AND JUST WHAT AM 1 UP TO, DUDE? 1 REFUSED TO KILL THAT LAMBERT KIR SO YOU'RE GOING TO DO IT, YOURSELF/ WELL, LlLI; I'M NOT GONNA LET YOU / BUGS BUNNY FT WAS NICE 0' '•SA T'INVITE /WE T' fEK SCHOOL ON VI6IT.N' . CKV, CICERO/) I'M GUAI? T' «EE VEf? LEAENIN' TH' P'U CLUCK «O^E. SCOP •STUFF. /*!•&£ CHISBLCHKJ / BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES By Edgar Martin TIM TYLER'S LUCK By Lyman Young BEGINNING ^TODAY: RECOVEUVOFTHE DIAMONDS EVEN . WASTE PAPEBrRCKUP PIMAU.V RETURMING fKOM POST A3ANJA ALREADY 7 ( MOW J TSIL^OU ALL ABOUT *• vV>5S TME \_n" LATEB, L/4PS.'WE TRIP TO T^C pTS? f U4VETO CO/4 5 T V ^[f; s ^ SEE THE JW,.. FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Merrill Blosser ALL RIGHT, WAM&LE--- WHEPE'SUW 6OAT"? OPEM UP BEFORE' WE CiLL IN THE . RESERVES/ vou BLOOD- MOUMOS ARE UP THE VJCOMG- TMIS LOOKS LIVE TME- BARK OFF "THE RIGHT TREE /cower ONl. D'S^OUMT AMP* PUT UP YOUR. DUKES/ OKAY YOU WIM .' BUT VAMDY^E'5 OM THE LOOSE / HE GOT AWAY 'ROM US- FHIS; i , ^ TZxte™ MYRTLE By Dudley Fisher (^ ?T =?= CCHS-JT S=£.'A TO SE >0'J £0 C l -=C< TO W.A'<= S-?= 7-A7 T^= 5L5CT5.C1TY iS O'J . -

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