Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on March 5, 1952 · Page 17
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 17

Cumberland, Maryland
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Wednesday, March 5, 1952
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Phone 4600 for a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., WEDNESDAY, MARCH, 5, 1952 SEVENTEEN Your Horoscope Look In the section In which your birth- Say comes and find what your outlook Is, according to the stars, For Thursday, Marco 9, 1952 MARCH 21 to APRIL 20 (Ariesl—Use that fine energy, manifest the highest desires to get at the root of your affairs and—-you will achieve much. General business, travel, professional undertakings lavored. APRIL 31 to MAY 20 (Taurus)—Your *tars' aspects govern the unusual today. It will really be your will and smart Kt- titude that will pay most. Little you clever folks cannot do, 1. e., when you set your mind to it. Lets go! MAY 21 to JUNE 21 (Geminii— Be slow- to-be-surs in Important and personal matters. You chafe at being in restricted position, but can overcome this If you strike out sanely with your natural gifts, well formed Ideas. JUNE 22 to JULY 23 (Cancer)—Strong planetary configurations to further best efforts. Selling, scientific endeavors, engineering, contracting, and some personal ectlvlties have right of way. Control emotions. JULY 14 to AUGUST 22 (Leo)—Take Many round figures hove re- •utted from three square meals a day. ®N£» WRIT'S SPEARMINT THAT'S FOR ME I S g ITS MY TASTER care not to hurry or do a careless Job. Concentrate on essentials. What you learn from experience will click best. AUGUST 23 to SEPTEMBER 23 (Virgo) —Encouraging rays most of day. Plan each move with care; be alert to new ideas, opportunities. Think systematically before you start. Heart interests favored only In their turn. SEPTEMBER 24 to OCTOBER 23 (Libra) —Build (or tomorrow as well as asking your gains today. Help the other fellow in his problems, we some day need his or her help. To live find let live is a wonderful accomplishment. OCTOBER 24 to NOVEMBER 32 i Scorpio)—Encouraging aspects abound. On the beam! Ready to take advantage of this Sine period. Aim for the best in business, personal affairs. Appreciate your good fortune. NOVEMBER 23 to DECEMBER 23 (Sagittarius).—Another fine day. much like Scorpio's. Take up the important issues first; be keen as to how far you can go and stop at right time. Don't over-reach! DECEMBER 23 to JANUARY 21 (Capricorn I—Move along at even pace, take careful look at how your neighbor is doing. Strive to be well Informed. Day does favor worthy endeavors' and romance, family affairs. JANUARY 22 to FEBRUARY 20 (Aquarius)—Pull In reins a bit. Don't act hastily or you may have to retract, regret. Concentrate on urgent routine, household duties, religious matters. Things gradually clear for better action. FEBRUARY 21 to MARCH 20 I Pisces I— Hop on the band wagon of whatever honorable opportunity presents itself. May not be wholly auspicious period but there are many small advantages to be built up. Better half a loaf! YOU BORN TODAY: Like things ol beauty, nature and life's great but simple things. Honest if. intent, and seldom expect to find dishonest persons. When you do, you are truly disappointed. Are generous, give of your assets freely, often to extreme. At times may be misunderstood. But we all are! Free yourself from any attitude that bespeaks discouragement. Have fresh confidence dally; do things more and more on your own, thus train yourself for the bigger things your talents deserve. Stay alert, you are likely to be absentminded, inattentive, Blrthdate of: Michelangelo. Florentine artist; Gen'l Philip Sheridan, famous cavalry leader, Civil War. (Copyright, 1952. King Features syndicate. Inc.) Shoe Fabric • NEW YORK—(INS)—A new fabric is reported to have been developed especially to give women feet ease in 1952. The new nylon mesh cloth has been tested for use in summer shoes. The textile men said the fabric is tough, inexpensive and has unusual flexibility. It comes in five colors. AT HOME AT WORK AT PUW Robert C. Hinkle 30 Virginia Ave. SATS: "Yci, w* consider il (T.V.) a luxury — but it also tav«i ui money ai wa stay at homt much mori whh our T.V, provldinj th« entertainment." For Cabli TV Installation Set • . • Potomac Valley Television 100 i. Liberty St. Phon. 4908 Radio Programs The programs listed below sr» supplied by th« local radio st»ttons. which «re responsible Jor their accuracy. This space Is provided without charge by th« Tln>«» as & service to listeners. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 5, W52 TODAI PJtt. 4:60 4:15 4:30 4:45 3:00 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 10:30 10:45 11:00 11:15 11:30 11:45 12:00 WTBO 1450 KC Sacltstage Wife (NBC) Stella Dallas iNBCI Young Wldder Hrown Woman In House Five O'clock Show News Wills Creek Hoedown News; Van Roby News Your Income Tax Plaj Radio Richard Harkness (NBCI David Rose show World News <NBCI One Man's Fa'lly (NBCI Halls pr Ivy (NBCI Great Qtldersleeve NBC Groucho Marx (NBC) Th« Big Story (NBC) Barry Craig (NBC) Robert Montgomery Hour of Dreams News of World (NBC) Hotel Orchestra (NBC) News—Sign Ofl WCUM 1401) KC FM 102.9 MO The Chlcagoans (CB5> The Brighter Day (CBS) Treasury Bandstand Artistry In Music Korn Kobblers Hillbilly Hits News Sports Roundup Old Timers' Club You and World Jack Smith (CBS) Errand of Mercy Edward Murrow (CBS) Music by Both Dr. Christian (CBS) Red Skelton Show (CBS) Blag Crosby (CBS) IBC Boxing (CB8> Henry Jerome Band CBS News & Analysis (CBS) Chuck Foster Band Weather; Sign Off Mugsy's Matinee Green Hornet (MBS) Tom Corb't, Space Cadet Local, Nations'. News Sam's Sport Spotlight Lenten Service Big Jon and Sparky Pulton Lewis (MBS) I Love A Mystery The Lone Ranger (ABC) Mystery Theatre ABC The Top Guy (ABC) Rouge's Gallery (ABC) Family Theater (MBS) News; Out of Thunder Theatre of Air (MBS) LI'L ABNER By Al Capp Frank Edwards (MBS) Moonlight Reveries Reveries; 1. Sign Olf AJtt. TOMORROW 6:00 6:15 6:30 6:45 7:00 7:15 •7:30 7:45 8:00 8:15 8:30 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 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 News; Mai Jones Show 6:39 Sign On Sundial World News Roundup Mai Jones Show Morning Meditations Coffee Tlmi Merry Bo Round Helen The Homemaker W'lc'mB Travelers (NBC) Double or Nothing Strike It Rich Bob and Ray (NBC) Dave Garroway (NBC) Music «t Mld-D»y Mid-Day News Bandstand Play Radio Kate Smith Lorenzo Jones (NBCI Doctor's Wife (NBC) Ralph Edwards Show Afternoon M«tlne» Life C'n Be B'tlf'l (NBC) Road ol USe (NBC) Pepper Young (NBC) Right to Hap'nesi (NBC) World News (CB8) Sundial News Of America (CBS) Friendship Hour Morning Melodiei Arthur Godfrey (CBS) Jimmy Carroll Rosemary (CBS) Noon News Roundup Perry Mason (CBSi 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; News 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 Marriei Break The Bank Curt Mftssey (MBS) Capitol Commentary Jack Berch Show (ABC) Grandstand Bandstand, Paul Hsrvey (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) (Cumberlund, Ceble 51 TODAY 5:45 Tony "Wakeman—Sports 6:30 Space Cadet 6:45 Time for Beany 7:00 Captain Video 7:30 Hollywood Reel 7:45 Lt. Palmer or the Police 8:00 Pursuit 3:00 Famous Jury Trisli 9:30 Documentary Theater 10:00 This Human World 10:30 Who Ya Laffln' At? 11:00 News 11:15 Night O»'I Theater TOMORROW 10:30 Early Bird Theater 13:00 women'« Club 12:30 Take Th« Break 1:00 Johnny Olscn's Rumpus Room STATION WJAO (Johnstown. Channel 13> (Cumberland, Cable 4i TODAY 4:00 Knlc Smith Show 5:00 Hawkinn Fall* 5:15 Gabby Hayes 6:30 Howdy Doody 6:00 Sagebrush Trull 8:15 Tom Corbett, Space Cadet fl:30 The Perry Como Show T.OO Kulcla., Frnn Mid Olllt •»:15 The Goldberg 7:30 Vivian Blalne, Pinky Lee 8:00 Kate Smith Evening Hour 8:00 Red Skelton Show 2:30 You Bet Your LK9 10:00 Boston Biackle—film 10:30 Electric Theatre 11:00 Wrestling TOMOEROW 10:00 Morning News 10:15 Arthur Godfrey 10:30 Bride und Oroom 10:<5 Al Pearce Show 11:30 Strike It Rich 1J:00 LanRford-Amech* Show 12:15 Love of Lte 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 13:45 Langford-Amcche Show 1:00 Bill Ooodwln Show 1:30 Garry Moore Show 3:30 Mel Torme Show VIC FLINT By Michael O'Malley UIBBV, REMEMBER THE I VE^; THE ONE •WOMAM WWO WALKED A WWO5E SJAME OUT OF THE £VMPHONV) I COULDN'T THE NISHT OF THE,.*, ,~^ RECAU-I WELL, I JUST SAW HER ASAIN. COMIWS OUT OF WWAT MIGHT POL1TELV BE CALLED A "JEWELRY* BUT WHICH 15- A PROMT FOR A "FEMCE 1 l& A4ADAM ./5CRA&S LIEP TORSO/ r^ WHEM HE 5AID HE DIDN'T KSJOW HER! , VIC! IVE ULJST REAAEMBERED! ALLEY OOP By V. T. Hamlin fWELL.NOW WE'VE \LASfT I SAW, HE I GOT HOLU6 OUT OF j AND 6OME INDIANS I OUR HAIR, LETS /WERE CARRYING I CHECK BACK ON / SACKS FULL OF OOP/ —a^OMETHWG DOWN TO A BOAT.' « Sfs &* ^ MY FRIEND, 7AW...IT YOU HAVE SAVED VWASN'T JAMESTOWN FROM) NUTn.... STARVATION/ ....WHAT AM ISAYIN'? HOLY COW, ITfe BEEN ATEKRIF1C DEAL...AN'IF IT HADN'T ' BEEN FORTH' PRINCESS HERE,YOU'D A-GOT NO CORN AN' I WOULDN'T , A-HAD NO HEAD,' YEH...CAP'N JOHN 6MITH,MEET POCAHONTAS.' CAPTAIN EASY By Leslie Turner JANE! WHEM VOU &HOT ALRED f?ID VOU TAKE TUB AFRICAN FIGUEE YOU'P COWB AFTER- 'OH, HEAVENS, NO! NOT THEN..I WAS TOO EX-CITEP! WK. ALRED WAS SCREECHING AND HOPPlMG AROUND 50, AMD CLUTCHING HIS: WHAT P'YOU MEAM V WOW THAT VOU 'NOT THEN"? DIP \ MENTION IT...VE&YOU GET IT LATER? VOU SEE I WAS l&M'T THIS THE /RELEASED BEFORE ZOMKE:?/ HE GOT OUT OF BUT I'VE ALREAPY PAID THE PENALTY FOR. TAKING IT.uNOW IT'S MINE! AND HE CAW'T £AY A WORD, WITHOUT ADMITTING HE HAD irw_L ALONG-A.NP FRAMED ME! BLAZES, VOU WAMTA GO TO PRISON TWICE FOR STEALING TH 1 SAKNE THIMGI! WASN'T 6 (AOUTH5 ENOUGH — WENT BACK AND- ITi PRISCILLA'S POP By Al Vermeer PR1SCILLA NUTCHELL.M )/ COME IN OUT / OP THAT ' DOWMPOUR! 3-5 ^ MOW VOL) RUN UPSTAIRS AND T< GOOD SHOWER MOTV4ERS %vi J ARE SURE /|\ HARD TO 'FUTURE YOKUM- } CV'RY ^ ALL DRESSCD UP.7 / MAH OMLV NEPHEW \Jl I I ll>( iTi^^r-vrsi*— »•— • >_**<—• NOR ANY DAY IN TH' FUTURE, UNCLE FUTURE.?" e«oCKU/. r -THASS WHUT YO TMiNKS.rr— SEE: THIS SIGN? WAL, AH IS A CAREFUL MAM WIPA POLLAH-AN' DON'T AIM T' SPEND MANY NICKELS/?" ____ f WITHIN 75 CENTS, THIS; WEDDIN' ' SUIT WILL RETURN TO ITS HOME BASE, MISSION ACCOM PUSHED.? _ UNCLE ^ r FUTURE HA/NT GOOD AT MUCH, EXCEPT FORE- -, TE-LLIN'TH 1 < FUTURE, BUT J HE'S A WHIZ < AT TMCT/T J RUSTY RILEY By Frank Godwin yEAH,ISES..WELL,I JUST SPILLED THg BAD NEWS ID WK. MILES-HE'S ON HIS WAY MERE / TEX/.. HERE COME THE POLICE OFFICERS/ COPE. WJ!. XIUO FEATURES SYNDICATE, Irw, tt'QRU) RIGHTS RESERVED. VEP..WE COME ON TVilS WRECKED TRUCK AMP TWO MEN LVIN' IN THE 03AP LIKTE THEY WAS HURT.. WE STOP TO HELP-AN' GET BEAT UP FDR OIK TROUBLE.. 0tfT THAT AIN'T ALL.../ ..THEN THEV LEAVE US LYlN 1 IN THE ROAD AND D2IVE AWAV WITH OUR VAN WITH THE THOROU6H6KEP ^SUNBEAM'S SON" INSIDF / j- .rtl YTEX/H6RE COME (AK. MILES ANP PATTY/ STEVE CANYON By Milton Caniff 3-5 .// DOC SUMMIT CAME I KNEW SOMETHING LIKE * "'!•'/ THROUeH WITH AWINP-tlP THAT WOULD HWPEN, STEVE — Birr YOU CAN SEND FOR K M SOON f>6 YOU SET AN ASSIGNMENT... {SATE FOR MY JOB HERE, SIMMEE ...BUT WE'LL ONLY WAvg ONE' WEEKEND Foe. A HONEYMOON.. TIEP DOWN ALEEAPy * TO KNOW YOU'LL HAVE A EEApy-MADE FAMILV WHEN WE'RE MAREIED OH,NO! I WAS THINKING ' THAT IT WOULP BE COOP IF- LITTLE OLEY HAP SOME OTHER WDSTD PLAY WITH AS SOON AS POSSIBLE-„ THAT 15,1 MEAN-AH... 5TOO&TH&X i &IG,DASHING MAN-ABOUT- I THE-WORLD...5LUSHINO LIKE A SCHOOL BOY WHO ISPLAYIN6SPIN-THE- ' 50TTLE FOR. THE REST . TIME...AND I THINK IT'S VERY CUTE! RIP KIRBY By Alex Raymond './IT'S SURE y I'M AFRAID IT'S \ NICE p SEE ) BUSINESS, CAPTAIN THE LAMBERT TELL ME, IS THIS A ^k. MURDER CASE... SOCIAL CALL OR BUSINESS ' IMm. mt »n»q rgATOMa iTVpictTt. ij«, * • ID llGPTft tXSlV iSEJV YOUVE SOT SOME J YES...ITHINKIKNOW DOPE ON THAT A WHO DID IT/ ONE? BUGS BUNNY SCON'S t «36T THI« R*H ON TH' . J LOVBLY HOCK. VA C'N jVTT 1-OOKIN3 «rrAKT PO3-IN'/ 1\\ SPECIMEN, GUVNOR/ BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES By Edgar Martin ocwy.vcoovo SO CKLVIO «t ^V)VR COOKED TIM TYLER'S LUCK By Lyman Young MAKIMS ALU X A LITTLE TIMS LOST THOSE BLAZES NOW MIGHT SAVE WILL SLOW j W6CK5 WMEM WE'RE FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Merrill Blotter ~ ^ k^^k /, Tt__ * .* WAT A FINISH.' sumsiDE CAWE FROM BEHIMD ~K> i WIM BY A WHISKER,.' BUT WAIT,THEIR. MASCOT IS - I COULDMT )^*f SOMEBCW DO MYRTLE By Dudley Fisher Ic^m- ;»i. K!^. rf*Tnr* -.^nr.Tt. tx. »e»u innirra KBBC

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