The Cincinnati Enquirer from Cincinnati, Ohio on January 17, 1964 · 11
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The Cincinnati Enquirer from Cincinnati, Ohio · 11

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Friday, January 17, 1964
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Famed US Minister-Columnist (Dr. Peale) Predicts Belter Films BY HENRY S. HUMPHREYS Enquirer Staff Mimber ALTHOUGH HE IS undoubtedly or.n of America's most eminent ministers, Dr. Norman Vincent Peale, Enquirer coluirnlst, puts you at ease five mlnute.i after you meet him. In other words, suddenly you are not interviewing a famous preacher and writer, but having a chat with a man who could (and actually makes you feel) he is your next door neighbor the one wno came over to see you one evening when he heard you were ill and wanted to know if he or his wife could be of any help.- There is no doubt of it; a delicious luncheon in the always- restful (even though richly historical and ornate) setting of the Queen City Club lounge with his life-long friend, Roger Ferger, Enquirer publisher, made the famed "Peale friendliness" glow even more than usual. He la Just naturally a friendly man as all dedicated Christians must be. It is his sincerity that shines through and fas- SAL, JAN. 25 Count Basle AND HIS ORCHESTRA CASTLE FARM T'dancing":1 tit, let. tiN a. . to liM a. m. Frank Gorman T S U(l COVII . MINIMUM II n I nu inchaii ih ftiCEi nu 5 Vernon Manor Hotel: Oak at Iwaet-Off ttHln tl. B M1-330C CLARENCE LOOS NOW AT . . . No Cover or Minimum Mo, fhrt Taiiri. 763 J Reading Rd. 761-2965 mil. 1 WfEKI MWi Beg. JAN. 20 SEATS NOW AT 10 A. M. EVA LeGALLIENNE FARLEY GRANGER DENHOLM ELLIOTT ANNE MEACHAM "RING ROUND THE MOON" Inf. Jan. 50, 13. 15. 21. II N. M.tiniei "THE CRUCIBLE" (n. Jin. 51, 24. 30 Mat," Jen, 15. W , 1 "THE SEAGULL" Ivm. Jin. 11. 17. 2. F.l. I M.tU January 13 Enclose $lf-Addreid St.mctd Enveloot. Make Checks Payable to Shubert Theatre. LOW PRICES ALL PERFS. S3 Orch., $2.50 MeizH $2 Bale 190 DAYS UNTIL Cooperative Mills, Inc. Day CONEY ISLAND flea a Klel t day fee year rienlietlen, arena er .uiImii. Call 241-3246 mm I yivDARINQ DARLINQ J CHOO CHOO If JOliUSOIl I H FIRST TIME ff'vJ w3S My ' Publisher Is Enquirer publisher Roger Ferger, who has known Dr. and Mrs. Norman Vincent Peale "for as long as t can remember" showed them around The Enquirer Thursday. Dr. Peale made the comment that newspaper reporters seemed "less clnates you; for quite frankly the smiling good disposition of some (not many, but some) clergymen is not rooted in sincere sympathy for humankind's problems, but merely outward show. The famed minister was in our city Thursday to meet the Pre:s and discuss a new film based on the story of his life "One Man's Way," produced by Frank Ross ("The Robe," etc.;) and starring Don Murray as Norman Vincent Peale. It should arrive here sometime in March, according to United Artists' press agent, Ed Lurie. Accompanying her hus- band on this trip was his attractive wife who, some years ago, as a pretty Syracuse University co-cd, Ruth St afford, told her mother she would never marry a minister! WHEN FRANK ROSS (whose film "The Robe" was extraordinarily successful) flew to New York about four years ago, to ask Dr. Peale If he would consent to a filmed story of his life, the famed minister was (in his own words) "flabbergasted!" ' "I had never thought of CSO Violist Soloist In 'Harold In Italy' Erik Kahlson, In his 26th year as principal violist of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, will be featured In this weekend's "CSO Artists" concerts at Music Hall. He will be heard as soloist in Berlioz' "Harold in Italy" Symphony. A native of Helsinki, Finland, Mr. Kahlson was educated In Sweden and received much of his musical training abroad where he' concertlzed extensively before coming to America in 1925. After attending the Cleveland Institute of Music, Mr. Kahlson Joined the Cleveland Symphony Orchestra In 1927 as second violist where he remained until he Joined the Cincinnati Orchestra in 1937 as principal. Also featured on the program will be five first chair members of the wind section of the orchestra, play- mmmmmmmmmmmm Movie Timetable ALBEE: "Charade," 12:14, 2:39, 5:14, 7:39, 10. CAPITOL: 'It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World," 8. ESQUIRE: "Two Women," 7, 10:22; "The Sky Above the Mud Below," 8:52. GRAND: "Cleopatra," 8. GUILD: "Family Diary," 6, 8, 10. HYDE PARK ART: "Two Women," 7, 10:22; "The Sky Above the Mud Below," 8:52. KEITH'S: "Strait - Jacket," 11:57, 1:56, 3:55, 5:54, 7:53, 9:52. PALACE: "Kings of the Sun," 11:30, 1:34, 3:38, 5:52, 7:46, 9:50. VALLEY: "Move Over Darling," 7:30, 9:45. SATH JAN. 18 . RILL WALTERS AND KIS ORCHESTRA Res. 761-5360 Adm. $1.50 Ptr. litem 413 Dace L "i . v. ' ' ' '' 1 Host To Famed Minister, Wife my career as a struggling minister of the Gospel as material suitable for a movie," he told me, Thursday. "Wouldn't It be awfully hard to promote such a film?" I asked. "Arent clergymen considered rather unromantlc subjects for the world of Hollywood and Its well-known, 'sustained love-interest'?" But the film producer assured Dr. Peale that there was plenty of romance, adventure (both spiritual and mundane) in the story of his phenomenal rise to be- T 4iU0tcd preacher in America. "He talked me Into it!" laughed Dr. Peale. "Now I'm plugging the film around the country. But you see this Whole project has stirred something inside me; I would like to think that this movie, if it Is successful, might help popularize films which are NOT concerned with violence and sex-for-its-own sake." An amusing incident that occurred during the filming of this film concerned the part of his early career when Norman Vincent ing Alvin Etler's Concerto for Wind Quintet and Orchestra. Flutist George Ham-brecht, a graduate of the Eastman School of Music, came to Cincinnati in 1962 after playing with the Rochester, Cleveland and Buffalo Symphony Orchestras. In his fourth year as principal clarinetist, Richard Waller, held the same position in the Ballet Theatre Orchestra, Tanglewood Muslo Festival Chamber Orchestra, and the famous V. S. Navy Band. DENNIS LARSON, a native of Duluth, Minn., graduated from the Cincinnati College of Music and came to the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra as principal In 1957. He also held the first chair position In the orchestras of Birmingham and Louisville. FIRST CHAIR MEN, Otto Elfert, bassoon, and Michael Hatfield, French horn, both Joined the orchestra in 1981. Mr. Elfert Is a native of New Jersey, trained at Juilliard and Curtis, and prior to his engagement here was principal In the National and New Orleans Symphonies. Hoosler-born Michael Hatfield attended Purdue and Indiana Universities and was a member of the Indianapolis and Aspen Festival Orchestras. The program will open with the "Winsel Overture," a world premiere of the newest work by Gen Parchman. Mr. Parchman is a member of the bass section of the Cincinnati Orchestra who has dedicated his composition to his grandfather, Louis Winsel, principal bass player here for many years. In observance of the Corelli Anniversary, the composer's "Concerto Grosso No. 2" will be presented. Tickets are available at the Symphony Box Office, 415 Race St., 241-2538. Want to learn the language of securities investment? That's on the program for The Enquirer's free School For Investors, For details, see Page 37., TODAY TOMORROW it 2(00 l! 8:30 MAX RUDOLF CONDUCTS GS0 ARTISTS FAKCHMiH, Wlutl Owrtife; CORELLI, tm-iertl (mil Mo. 1; ETIEI. Wind Quintet CoiKJrti (HambrKhl; lint; Wilier; Elfert; Hatfield); lEWIOZ. " III rill la llilj" (Kahlian) kldwli PliN Mnl( Rill er ivmoffenv lev urrrce. eiawm, k tl. U1 M V.W rm MlvMI feverish" than they did back in the old days when h? was a crime reporter for a Detroit newspaper and was "very restless" as ho really "didn't belong on a newspaper but in the pulpit, preaching the Gospel." Peale, as a young ministerial student proposed to the-then Euth Stafford-later Mrs. Peale. Don Murray makes love to pretty Diana Hyland (from Cleveland Heights, incidentally, and a newcomer to films) In the scene In question. A section of this love scene was shown to the minister and his wife. "Well, what did you think of It?" the producer asked the Peales. Dr. Peale turned to his wife and looked at her with a quizzical smile. But Mrs. Peale dldnt hesitate a minute. "It's 10 times better than the orlglnall" she exclaimed. I It SHOULD SOME ROOMS BE WARMER THAN OTHERS? It would be nice, wouldn't it, to have Florida beach temperatures where the youngsters are playing without overheating your own bedroom and the kitchen? It would be nice to be able to set a thermostat in each room for just the comfortable temperature you want in that room. You can-when you heat your home the modern electric way. And. ..surprise... its clean, silent, sunshiny warmth keeps draperies and walls fresh and new looking so much longer, saves enough on cleaning and maintenance to make the cost comparable to other forms of heating. For in formative brochure and list of recommended dealers, phone 331 THE CINCINNATI 6AS & ELECTRIC COMPANY The Union Light, Heat and Power Coirpany . Hut Dr. Peale was not to be dlsco.nfited. "I,oolc herel" lie told Mr. j Ross. 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