Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on February 29, 1952 · Page 19
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 19

Cumberland, Maryland
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Friday, February 29, 1952
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Phone 4600 for a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1952 NINETEEN Hotel Guests Get Sample Packages NEW YORK—f INS)—The next time you register Ir, any one of about asfcof the best hotels In the country, don!t be surprised Ut the manage- inent sends up a bell hop with a coinpilmentary package for you. "In it will be sample sized containers" :'6I famous brand name tooth paste,, shaving cream, hair tonic,! on the other side, headache powders, hand Motion ifj According to estimates from the you're a- woman, shaving lotion ifj chief of the hunting services, some you're a man and other Items. It 585.000 elephants have been killed Future Of Elephants In Belgian Congo Debated LKOPOLDVILLE, Belgian Congo —Wj—Should the Belgian Congo's estimated 100,000 elephants be killed or protected? This question is now the object of a quarrel between local officials and elephant hunters on one side and the local Association for the Protection of Nature will be Guest-Pac, the invention of a New Yorker named James Harris; Each Pac bears the imprint of the since 1389 based oh the number of tusks traded. The Association for the Protection of Nature is accusing hotsl you are visiting. Hotels pay the administration of tolerating a small fee for this service and the mass destruction of elephants. Ap- rnanufacturers whose products are \ proximately 3,100 elephants were included also pay a small fee .to(killed in 1950. Guest Par. because it has been found Radio Programs FRIDAY, FEBEUART 89, 1SSZ Th» pro«tra« listed Mow »re supplied by ttat loc»l rullo »t»tioa», which *r« wiponslble tot their accurMj. This »p»c« it provided without chargt by tl» TimM as i service to U*t«nei». TODAY PJtt. t:OU 4:1* 5:00 5:15 5:30 5:45 3:00 6:15 to be one of the best sampling methods yet devised. v,Harris started in 1951 with nine hotels and about foitr brand name products. Today he "has 250 hotels using Guest Pac all over the U. S. and practically every big name toiletry product participating in his Couple Swaps Places In Ambulance Trips CARBONDALE, 111.— (IP}— A wife taking her husband home from a hospital in an ambulance swapped places with him before the trip was i over. A survey has shown that both ho 1 Mrs. Sylvia Hastings, of Paulton, tel-men'and their guests are pleased. m., stopped the ambulance en route idea. Manufacturers who horns to confer with their doctor. There she fell down steps, breaking a leg and arm. Her husband, Warren, gallantly gave up'his ambulance cot to her, and they returned to the hospital to have her admitted. have put their products into Guest Pac' are especially Impressed since »•; large portion of those- sampled htve-switched to '"heir products, ' ^SnS JUST gOttHt SPtARMIMT! The person who saves for o roiriy day gets nothing but stormy weather reports from the relatives. TALK! Mr. Emll Schwenninger 1 Williams Road SAYS . . , ' "Th« r*aten I Ilk* your TV cablt fha best; wh«n I went to s«' ° good program on a stormy night 1 can always gtt it. But, by tha eld lim* way, with a •nnmna on roof of a houn li no good for that." for CflbU TV Installation !•«,.. Potomac Valley Television 100 S. Liberty St. Phone 4908 7:00 7:15 7:30 7:45 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 USO JCC Backstage Wife (NBC) SttlU Dallas (NBCI Young Widder Brown Woman My Hous* (NBC) Five O'clock Show News Wills Creek Hoedown Van Roby Sports News Dick Haymu Play Radio Richard Harkness (NBC) David Rose Show News Of World (NBC) One Man's Fa'ily (NBCI Boy Rogers Show (NBC) Martin and Lewis (NBC) Mario Lanza Show Short Story (NBC) Might ( Beat (NBC) Robert Montgomery. Pro and Con (NBC) News News of World (NBC) Marine Corps show News (NBC) at. Loulx Matlnet Brighter Day (CBS) Treasury Bandstand Artistry lo Music Korn Kobb'.ers Hillbilly Hits New* Sports Roundup (CSS) Old Timers' Club You and The World Jack Smith (CBS) O. S. Navy Band Ed. K. Murrow (CBS) Muslcland U.S.A. (CBS) The Big Time (CBS) Paul Weston Show (CBS) Robert Q's Waiworks Capitol Cloakroom (CBS) Tex Beneke Band News and Analysis (CBS) Chuck Foster Band weather; sign Off Valiant Lady (ABC) Thy Neighbor 1 * Voice Muggy*> Movie MatUite Green (j Hornet (MBS) Space Cadet; News Local. National News Sam's Sport Spotlight Dinner Date Big Jon and Sparky Fultoix Lewis (MBS) I Love A Mystery (MBS) Lone Ranger (ABC) Richard Diamond (ABC) This is Your t. B. t Ozzle is Harriet (ABC) Mr. District Attorney Boxing Bouts (Jews; Magazine Theatre Prank Edwards Moonlight Reveries Reveries; 1:00 Sign Off AJVI TOMORROW 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 Noon Sltt 12:45 lia 2:00 2:45 News; Mai Jones Show World News (NBC) Mai Jones Show Hour oJ St. Prunels Songs o£ Our Times Ed McDonnell (NBC) Archie Andrews (NBC) Miry Let Taylor (NBC) My Secret Story (NBC) Hollywood Love Story Barrl*ult News (NBC) public Affairs (NBC) D. 8. Marine Band Farm-Honn Hour (NBC) Coast Guard Odets Coffee In Washington Muslcana (NBC) Story of The Dance TT. >. Army Band 8:59—Sign Cm Sundial World N«ws (CBS) The Romney Hour News of America (CBS) Morning Melodies Garden Gate (CBS) St. Louis Melodies Galen Drake (CBS) Recreation Club ol Air Let's Pretend (CBS) Give and Takt (CBS) Theatre of Today (CBS) Star* Over Hollywood Grand^ Central Station City Hospital (CBS) News, Melody Ballroom Sign on Sews Musical Roundup; News First Call with Carroll Martin AgronsSty (ABC) First Call with Carroll No School Today Space Patrol ABC Your Home Beautiful Thunder Hill Adventure Guest Star News Detail Man on Farm (MBS) Grandstand Bandstand Eddy Fisher -Show Modern Concert Hall Metropolitan Opera Television Highlights STATION WTTG (Washington, Chacnel S) (Cumberland, cable 2) TODAY 5:« Tony Wakemah Sports 8:30 Space Cadet 8:« Time for Beany 7:00 Captain Video 7:30 Chronoscope 7:45 Carl Berber - Govt. Reporter B:CO Twenty Questions 8:30 Not for Publication 9:00 Down You Go 11:30 The Bis Picture 10:00 Cavalcade of BUrs 11:16 Night owl Theater STATION WJAC (Johnitocn, Channel 13) (Cambsrlinl, Cable 4) TODAT 4:00 Kate Smith Show B:00 Hawkins Falls 5:15 Gabby Hayes 4:30 Howdy Doodr •10:30 11:00 11:30 U:oo * 1:30 3:00 3:30 : 3:00 Sagebrush Trail Tom Corbett, Space Cadet Perry Como show Sportsmen's Club KukJa, Pran »nd Ollie The Goldbergs Vivian Elaine and pinky Lee Mama We. The Peopla The Sg Story The Aldrich Family Professional Boxing Greatest Fights of Century "The Clue- Television Theatrt TOMORROW Hollywood Junior Circus The Whistling Wizard A, D&te With Judy Th« Bl(t Top Personal Appearance Theatre Civil Defense Film The Bin Picture AH St»r Revue VIC FLINT By Michael O'Malley LOUIE, 5OPFO2E you HAP STOLEN THE WORTHMOEE EM QUICK 1 JEWEL* ARE M6T- TER'N A PISTOL! r EXACTLY. NJOW/IN MYTHE NEXT ,-^ AHEM- QUE5T1ON. 1 FOiaVtER <MOW ANV ^\' PAY* I SOOP PENCCS) u^eo OFPHANP?,-> TO TO ..-. 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Y BUT I CHANGED >T TO TULLIS HOW WE'RE/ WHEN I WROTE MV NOVEL BECAUSE STARTING uA»JELL,n> 500N BE FAMOUS, AND I D1PMT WM)T THE PU6UC TO LEARM l'D BEEN IN PRISON..EVEH IF I WAS INNOCENT'. tasuf n?!?T7SEAs?,v, t , PRISCILLA'S POP By Al Vermeer COULD MENTION vf TO HIM..- THERE'S NO WARM IN TRYING' /WHAT?/ AND WIDE THAT BEAUTIFUL LI'L ABNER By Al.Capp MI<3HT, AS WELL TELL YOU WE'LL WJN THESE :OHIC STRIP ADS IN EVER* PAPER IW AMERICA/^ AMBmouss YET. BETTY METUtaSTOCSOOUr WITH ME.? THAT, -NOOOftriKOO SMELL K»W -OTHER? JSPRINKLE YOURSELF J AND YOU'LL SHELL ){ RICH" THEM.YXXJ /! WON'T HAVE ANY ' | TBCXJBLE WITH CIRIS. USE YOUR NOODLC QNC MONTH LATfJt RUSTY RILEY By Frank Godwin COME OUTA. THERE, KID-WB W/ANNATALK: TO YOU/ THOSE HOCPLUWS HAVE TEX OLTT/..3 6OTTA 6ET HELP/ ALL WE WANT IS THAT WORSE XJU60T-. OPEN UP THE VAN ANP >OU WONT GET HURT/ IU DUMP THIS LITTLE CHWCTER- y lU. PUT NEXT TO THE BieeDY. WHOEVER THEIR RNPS'EM WILL THINK THEY WERE IN THE AGCIPsKlT,.. 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