Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on February 27, 1952 · Page 17
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 17

Cumberland, Maryland
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Wednesday, February 27, 1952
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Phone 4600 for a WANT AD Taker Overcrowding Of State Mental Institutions Seen Continuing ANNAPOLIS— (fPt— Overcrowding I depends on the ability to obtain the In Maryland's mental hospitals will j neceasary materials, continue to be a problem even U| Even it the buildings project Is EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1952 an anticipated 1,610 new beds are added this year, the state's commissioner of mental hygiene said today. finished on schedule, Perkins set a goal -of 1.262 more beds to meet established standards. The commissioner also said that In a report to the Senate Finance j higher salaries offered by private and federal enterprise makes, it difficult to obtain and hold both professional and non-professional personnel at the institutions. He warned that despite the many improvements in the mental hospital system, there are still "many shortcomings, many unmet needs, much additional slum clearance" to be done. "it is going to be costly and time consuming," he said. Committee, Dr. Clifton T. Perkins aald an additional 1,262 beds will still be needed to meet U. 3. Pub- •iJc Health standards, On Dec. 31, 1951, Perkins reported, there were 9,381 patients in the live mental institutions as compared to a rated capacity of 6,398, an overcrowding of 46.8 per cent. "A little bite can be made in this figure by renovations and space conversions now existing," he said. "We are continually working on that. But by and large, that problem of continual overcrowding of the existing backlog must be solved by new buildings." It Is hoped that 26 new buildings, providing 1,610 beds, will be opened by November. In addition, an admissions building at Crownsville, get for completion in July, 1963, will add 120 more beds. But, Perkins pointed out, the completion of the new buildings Radio Programs The program, listed Below are supplied by the local radio Jtatloni. which «rt responsible for their accuracy. This space U provided without coarg* bjr Uu Timti ai * servic* to listeners. WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY: 21. M52 TODAT tM. 4:00 4:15 4:30 4:45 Combodia Plans To Ship Rice To South Korea PHNOM PENH, Cambodia, Indo- China—MP)—The kingdom of Cambodia is planning to send a shipment of rice to Korea to aid the people of South Korea. The shipment fs being arranged at the request of the secretary-general of the United Nations. A similar contribution was made last year. LITTLE LIT HCRf'S A TR.CK THAT HELPS TO YOUR DATE Everybody should work eight hours and sleep eight hours, but not the some eight. TALK! Thomas K. Whallcy 119 Perm*. Avenue SAYS . . . "Yes, (cable TV is practical and an economical way to receive TV), you do not have to worry about your outelde antenna In bad, windy weather or local interference." for Cobl< TV Installation S» ... Potomac Valley Television IOC S. Llb«rty Si, Phon. 4908 5:OU 5:15 5:30 5:45 6:00 6:15 6:30 6:45 7:30 7:45 8:00 8:15 ffl 9:00 9:15 9:30 9:45 10:00 10:15 10:30 10:45 11:00 11:15 1:30 1:45 12:00 WTBO 1*50 KO Baclcitagt Wife INBCI Stella DaUa> I NBC I Young WWdcr Brown Woman In Haute Five O'clock Show Newa Wills Creek Hoedown Van Eoby Sports News Vour Income Tax Play Radio Richard Harkness (NBC) Pope Plus Message World News (NBC) One Man'» Ft'l'.J (NBC) Halls OI Ivy (NBC) Great Ollderaleeve NBC Oroucho Marx. (NBC) Thi Big Story (NBC) WC DM 141)0 KC FM J02.9 MO Pope Plus Address The Chlcagoans tCBSl Tne Brighter Day (CSS) Treasury Bandstand Artistry In Music Korn Kobblcrs HiUblllr Hits News Sports Roundup Old Timers' Club You and World Jack Smith (CBS) Errand ol Mercy Edward Murrow (CBS) Music by Roth Dr. Christian (CBS) Red Skelton Show (C3B) Blng Crosby I CBS) Barry ( Craig (NBC) Robert Montgomery Meredith Wilson (NBC) New* News of World (NBC) Hotel Orchestra (NBC) News—Sign Off IBC Boxing (CBS) Henry Jerome Band CBS News & Analysis (CBS) Chucfc Foster Band Weather; Sign Off WDYK 1280 KC Valiant Lady (ABC) Thy Neighbors Voice Pope Pius Message Mugsy's Movie Matinee Ureen Hornet (MBS) Tom Corb't, Space Cadet Local, National News Sam's Sport Spotlight Lenten Service Big Jon and Sparky Pulton Lewis (MBS) I Love A Mystery Th6 Looe Ranger (ABC) Mystery Theatre ABC The Top Ouy (ABC) Rouge's Gallery (ABC) Family Theater (MBS) News; Out of Thunder Theatre of Air (MBS) Prank Edwards (MBS) Moonlight Reveries Reveries: 1, Sign Off AJUL TOMORROW 6:00 6:15 6:30 6:45 7:00 7:15 7:30 7:45 9:00 S: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 1:00 1:15 1:30 1:45 2:00 2:15 2:30 2:45 News; Mai Jones Show World News Roundup Mai Jones Show Morning Meditations World Newi (CBS) Sundial Coffee Time Merry Go Round Helen The Homemaksr Wfe'me Travelers (NBC) Double or Nothing Strikejt Rich Klnss Row (NBC) Dave Garroway (HBO Music at Mid-Day Mid-Day Newi Bandstand Play Radio Vato SmUh News (NBC) Lorenzo Jones (NBC) Ralph Edwards Show Afternoon Matlne* Life C'n Be B'tif'l (NBC) Road of Life (NBC) Pepper Young (NBC) Right to Hap'nest (NBC) 6:29 Sign On Sundial News Of America (CBS) Friendship Hour Morning Melodies Arthur Godfrey (CBS) Jimmy can oil Rosemary (CBS) Noon News Roundup Perry Mason (CBS) Helen Trent (CBS) Our Gal Sunday (CBS) Big Sister (CBS) Ma Perkins (CBS) Susan Smith Time Guiding Light (CBS) News; Melody Ballroom Houseparty; Adams This I Believe News Musical Roundup; Hews First Call With Carroll Martin Agronsky First Call With Carroll Breakfast Club (ABC) My True Story; News Marriage for Two (ABC) Against the Storm ABC Lone Journey When Girl Marries Break The Bank Curt Massey (MBS) Capitol Commentary Jack Berch Show (ABC) Grandstand Bandstand Paul Harvey (ABC) Ted Malone (ABC) Queen For A Day (MBS) Ladies Fair; News Take A Number (MBS) Poole's Paradise; News Joyce Jordan, M. D. ABC Evelyn Winters (ABC) Television Highlights STATION WTTG (Washington, Channel S) (Cumberland, Cable 2) TODAT 5:45 Tony Wakeman—Sports 6:30 Space Cadet 8:45 Time for Beany 7:00 Captain Video 7:30 Hollywood Reel 7:45 Lt. Palmer of the Police 8:00 Pursuit 9:00 Famous Jury Trials 9:.10 Adventure 10:30 Let's Live A Littln 11:15 Night Owl Theater TOMORROW 10:30 Early Bird Theater 12:00 Women's Club 13:30 Take The Break 1:00 Johnny Olsen'i Rumpus Room STATION WJAO (Johnstown. Channel 13) (Cumberland. Cabl« 4i TODAT 4:00 Kite Smith Show , 5:00 Hawkins Tails 5:15 Gabby Hayes 5:30 Howdy Doody * 8:00 Sagebrush Trail 8:15 Tom corbett, Space.Cadet 8:30 The Perry Corno Show 7:00 Kukla, Fran and O1U« 7:15 The Goldbergs 7:30 Vivian Elaine, pinky Lee 8:00 Kate Smith Evening Hour B:0fl Red Skelton Show 8:30 You Bet Your Life 10:00 Boston BiacKlc—film 10:30 Electric Theatrs 11:00 Wrestling TOMORROW 10:00 Morning News . 10:15 Arthur Godfrey 10:30 Bride and Groom 10:45 Al Pe&rce Show 11:30 Strike It Rich 12:00 Langford-Ameche Bhow 12:15 Love of Lie 13:30 Search For Tomorrow 12:45 Langtord-Ameche Show 1:00 Bill Goodwin Show 1:30 Carry Moore Show 3:30 Arthur Godfrey and Friend! VIC FLINT By Michael O'Malley TO HIS QPPICE. vie FLIMT ACALLEE. X**'—-; EVCU5E ME, RLTT YOU AM?. FLIWT, THE PRIVATE MVE5T/6ATOG:;. THAT'* WHAT rr) 5AV& ON THE. ^ UOCK., AMVWAY. WHAT CAN X 17O I A/V\ ME'S. JA&QN WGETWAAOEE. I *V»^^«. I r-nvu^tr^i^, j. 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