Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on June 11, 1957 · Page 18
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EIGHTEEN _EVKNING TIMKS, ClhMBKHLAND, Ml)., TUESDAY, JUNE 11, 1957 Dial I>A I2-K500 for ,a WANT AD Taker Optimist Chili To Meet A meeting of Hie Hedtord Head Optimist Clul> will be held today flt 7 p. m. at Hie, Hertford Koad Fire Hall. Lawrence Dclin, pro- ijrtlin secretary at Central YMCA, will be the speaker. Xenophobia is the term given fur a hatred oC foreigners. "The cpw • Barton's Dairy Ice Cream Bar Route 220 South Watt Street Hears .... NEW YORK — (INS) — Wall Street hears: Combustion engineering is expected to show $2.50 net tliis year vs. $2,<H last year and $1.78 in 1355. . . Western Pacific earnings lliis yi>ar in uptrend, with first 4 ||m(inths net at $2.18 vs. $1.77 last ',' year. . . 'f Kcal Silk hosiery mills v j.jccasc manufacturing laic tliis t{summer anrt will confine opera; [lions to retailing, renting and J-;leasing of properties and securi- ; lies investments. j-l Market comment — Martin i Gilbert of liache & Co.: "The market showed its mel- ''• tie yesterday and demonstrated •;.;|ils very .strong technical posi- CELEBRATION STARTS FRIDAY FORMAL OF 47 N. CENTRE ST. STORE Big Prizes-Big Savings BE sure and see Thursday News or Times for grand announcement- of prizes and bargains. Cumberland Electric Co. TV Programs WTO1' (CHS). Table 2, WMAL *AUC>, Cable a, WltC CNBC), CuliLc -t, Channel •) WTTG (DuMont), Cable 5, Channel 5 All television program Uitlngs arc A-jppltcd tiy tlic broadcasting iiatJons I tic MI si; I NTS, and arc subject lo last- minute chnng.es without notice. Channel 0 KDKA, I'UUburn Channel 7 \VSVA. Harrlsonl WJ-'lJG, Altuona, TUESDAY Channel 2 Channel 3 Channel 6 Channel 10 3:00-ri)>g I'ayofC 9 3-l*Hb. Defender 7 4-.Mai1nrc Th'uu 4 S-l.ibfrai'c 5 House 1'aily 'i Malincc Th'trc 3 Mnljnre Th'tre K Bin . Payoff 10 3:30-Mlol> Cjoshv 9 3-Kildic Cantor 7 5-Gj on'pa's FTi'C 5 Secret Sfor/ii 2 Thealio Time 10 Valiant l,ady 2 4:00~2-l'icfc Temple I) 3-flrijfhtcr Day 7 4-CJue*n fur Day J 5-lJfe uiili l-Uiz. 5 Qut'Cn lor Day 2 Brighter Dav u Oueen (or Day 6 Brighter Day 10 4:15-3 SociH Storm 7 Kw/i-t Storm 'J Set- ret Storm 10 4:30- 3 -Kdse of Nile 7 5 LJiu'Npeuod 5 K'dtfe Of Site 3 Krffie of Nile 10 4:45— i-Mod. Homance 4 Cartoons '2. Mod. Uomance 6 5 -.00— 2- A in OS & Antly 'J 3 Mickey Mouse 7 4 'Comedy Time •* 5 .Still Grant 5 Comedy Time 3 < omi'tiy Time fi .Mickey Mouse 10 5: IS— .Movies 2 5:3&-2'Marfiie 3 4-Susie 4 Theatre Time 3 6;00-2.Cisc-o Kid 3 3-Clow-n Corner 7 4 Man U'nd ll'Ke 4 S-Uilly Johnson 5 F'ne Cable Channel News, Spoils 6 Wild IJiJI H'k 10 S'ic-rs i New* 6:30-2-S]X>mte 9 a-Town &: Co'lry 7 •I News, Weather 4 3-Kuii Mouse S Waterlrtmi C Ponna. Tort ay lu 6:W—l-K(Jwards News U •I Spoils 4 i-Mward* New* a Ni'\vs 10 7:00—2-Aii'ajiolis Man 9 3-News, Niwjrts 'f •4-Sujicrinan \ 5-Wfit Mar&liall 5 JUn 'I in Tin 2 Stales Quart. 3 IJ(t of HiU-y 10 7:15—3-J. Daly News 7 News, We'divr 'A 7;30-2-N'iiie Die T'nc 9 .•(.Conflict 7 4 Jon Winter* 4 5-W:ilcrtrom 5 J'HM Silvi'i* 2 .liiu lluwir 3 Jon Winters C T;4S-4-NHC News 4 N r HC News ti 8;IKJ-2-I J hil Silvers S 4-Arthur Murrav 1 5 Movieliim- " 5 Waterfront '2 J'Jiif Silvers 3 Arthur Murray 6 3;30—2-l'rivrito StM-'y 3 3-Wyalt Katp 7 Private Scc'y ID 9:CO-2-Ttll Truth 9 ^•[Irohcti Arrow •l-.lane \Vjftian .Studio S7 J:tnc Wyman .lane W>nun Tell Truth 9:30-2-Ited EUcHon 3 IMio/i*; '1 iino •5 Ciri-Le Tticatrc 4 Hetl Skclion Ki-d Skcltoti i'Lrtlft Tticalrc 0:00—2-SH.OOO Qu'tion 'J 'Studio One 9 Play Weak But June Havoc Role Tops io One's "The Mothur Hit" f-:..l 'r.,1,,,,. Ql,:,,,. night than the CBS-TV jibyj, , b Slll " C >y June . . . To Governor's Tax 561,000 Out's. J 0:3t>-2 Silent .Service 4-1/jnt- Wolf Alan Called X Ilitrlicock S|>ikt- Jones 1 3 \'cws. Wc'der 4-News Angels Hale News. Wt'JiPr News 1 11:15—2-1.ate Show :i-Splb. Mystery Uate'y Studio 2 Dr. ChriMinn W'litr. -Movie 10 tli30-4'Ti>night The I'enrtiihini 11:45— Tub. DeCender 6 3-Xews, \V J2:00— News, S| 5-\'ews. Sj 12:15- Mnvictim 12:3i>- News, Theatre 2 12:45— Ih'jjht Totlaj' JO 1:00— 2-Metli|;ttk ](y JACK O'HIUAN NElfr VORK—(INS)—June Ila- vnc did lictlci' by her rclc in Studio One's ;ist ditl by "Uride & Groom" asked radio- TV-vaudcville veteran "Senator' Ford and his fiancee Louise Grace lo be wed on one of that show's first TV programs when il returns next month . . . CBS "paid more money (JlO.OOfl) lo Helen .Morgan's niollier for Playhouse 90's TV version of the lale .singer's life than (lie movies < Warners got movie rights for 53,000) . . . "The Big Record," CBS-TV's big new jukebox .show, offered Tommy Sands $10,000 for one appearance . . . TJic Frank .Sinatra show (ABC- TV) will pay only $5,000 to its 7j(op guests . . . The Mike Wallace show (ABC- TV) is pulling a disappointing UTTLB ROCK, Ark. wv-A 10- year-old gir! in For! Smith. Ark., apparently was impressed l>y Goi'. Orval Faubus's appeal for a 10-million-dollar increase in the stale sales lax. She sent the governor a Idler saying she had sliincd her fatti- cV's slices, charged liim 10 cents plus a cent tax. She enclosed the penny. Trendex — 5,8 Sunday night... The summer TV slump is on: Viewing is down about one- third ... Pal Weaver, Sid Caesar and ABC are "talking" . . . Jf you've wondered what ever happened to radio's dialectician "Parkyakarkas," lie's now rcal- cstate rich in Hollywood . . . Perry Como also lopped Ilia top ten surveyed by Videodex ... 47 N. Centre St. Virginia Ave. at 2nd St. PA 2-6862 PA 2-6191 LEARN to DANCE SPECIAL RATES — 2 for 1! Bring a friend and halve the cost. MOYER DANCE STUDIO Phone PA 2-2310 231 S. Mechanic St. Whales have been known lo hold their breath for as long as 50 minutes. NOW! * POTOMAC * THE WINCHESTER ROAD 2 SMASHING HITS 2 ! FURY-8:50-12:05 CARTOON- 10:23 MONKEY- 10:30 JOHN DEREK at .-.JOHN SMITH & NOW SHOWING I died a times Starring Jock Pol a nee CARTOON PLUS W wmtwm-mmm -^PRIVATE WAR From Our Take-Out Window (Open from 12 Noon) A Bucket of Fried Chicken French Fries, mm w* 15$ Kclchnj), Buttered Koll Crab Cake Special 2 Ctafc Cokei. Frcnih Fries, O- iflar Sputa. Bulleitd Roll .. . , p Dave Gunter's Good Food In LaVale Phone PA 2-0244 LAST DAY! o^'A FACE IN THE CROWD' TOMORROW ONLY! 2 BIG SHOWS IN 1! MATINEE 1:30 P.M. • EVENING 7:30 P. M. 2 Color Hits DEAN o-l JERRY J MARTIN -LEWIS* HOLLYWOOD : or BUST . Plus Big Drama SUPER 40 9:05 11:20 How much is a TV set worth? .& m ROCK HUDSON, UURENBACALL ROBERT STACK * DOROTHY MALONE M ROBERT KEITH • GRANT W1UWMS yy --m A UXIYERSAMMtRXSTiOMl. fMBfit , i^^W * «K 2 HITS! NOWI'FIRST RUNI If you try to operate in the Cumberland area, without Coble TV—it's not \vorth very much because you will not be able (o get many programs and the pictures will not be very clear and dependable. With Cable TV your set Fs worth "A Million Dollars" be- couse you get all the network programs—4 unduplicoted programs at all times lo select from —and for clearness—well, scenes with doors have door knobs and even key holes! Call us promptly for a FREE Demonstration! POTOMAC VALLEY TELEVISION COMPANY 100 S. Liberty Street Cumberland, Maryland Phone PA 2-6540 SPtCT^Ulff , s Up flafi£ . ^ *t«rruU •™^^*t^'satM*.3 . CHIPS RAFfERTV . Rpp TAYLOR ~" s» PLUS _ <a BOWIRYBOYS HERBERT J. YAItS presents RiT MtilREEK O'HJRA CLAUDE RUNS fVONKE FURXEiUI LISBON In HATUBAMA • TRUCGL08 vim FRANCIS lEOERER > REPUBLIC PHOOUC1IOH The Cream of Cumberland Talent! LAVISH! SPECTACULAR! TON1TE AUDREY HEPBURN HENRY FONDA MEl FERRER .MROCK DRIVE IN TONITE TTCWJCdOt Plus 3 Cartoons & shorts SHOW TIME 9 P. M, Feature At 10 P. M. One Showing Only of this"Great Show~~ due to length of the feature. STARTS THURSDAY! JOHNSTEINBECKS „ THE WAYWARD BUS JOAN COLLINS-JAYNE MANSFIELD-DAN DAILEY -RICK JASON ONEMAScOP£-troro20ltiCENTURY.FO>! PLUS! THE RIVERS EDGE THE HILARIOUS STORY OF 5 G. I. JOKERS WHO WENT INTO "BATTLE" BAREFOOT ... AND TOOK THE FUNNIEST BEACHHEAD IN HISTORY PVT. WOODIET who fought llie "battle" of Tokyo ...barefoot! SGT. KENNEDY who picked o "Tokyo Roso" •' of love...- £ and got stuck! HATHAWAY who captured lh« craziest beachhead in history) COL. FUUER wounded in oclioTi — frying to gel on olive for h CO-itjTTlRg AUDIE MURPHY- GEORGE NADER MO SHA • JOHN Ml • WES MM • M BURGESS MEREDITH "4* *SO£BUTrEKftY.-ft>3t fovst/e axeman/ OPERZMON STARTS TOMORROW -WEDNESDAY usr DAY 'ThisCoujdjeTheNighr j

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