Marjory Belisch, "American Women Sophisticated"

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CHEV-OCT-10-A - K MERICAN women, French women quelle differ-...
K MERICAN women, French women quelle differ- differ- ence! They have so different personality, one Ja- Ja- may be lover to both at the same time." Maurice Chevalier smiled. In his smile there was a sense of humor and all the Irresponsible gaycty of the boulevards and less elusive a wide streak of perfect teeth. In his eyes there were many things. There was softness. There was a thrilling worldliness. There was a manner of looking at you. unyieldingly unyieldingly yet slyly, and taking you in, appraising if you happened to be a woman from your head to your feet. The blue eyes, worldly wise, enigmatic, knowing, they gave him some precious Intangible quality. It has made bim the klol of fifty million French women. It bids fair to make him chief sheik or the screen. For that quality is personality. "One might have a French wife and an American wife together, at the same time, and they would not how do you say? click," he continued. "In the heart of the lover they do not clash because they are so different they cannot compare. The French, she is like champagne. An Amert- Amert- r" can. she Is like fine, like fine liquor. s "French women are two kinds. The ' yoffng girls are modest, quiet little mouses. The women ah, they are true sophisticates. In America all are the same. The young f . ones, the older ones, toutes sont blase. All J of them are sophisticated but, pas du tout, none are so blase as the women of France. In France the women are extremes very innocent or very not innocent. In America

Clipped from The Brooklyn Daily Eagle09 Jun 1929, SunPage 108

The Brooklyn Daily Eagle (Brooklyn, New York)09 Jun 1929, SunPage 108
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