Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 25, 1955 · Page 3
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 3

Cumberland, Maryland
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Tuesday, October 25, 1955
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Dtil PA-2-4600 for • WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, M0, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1955 Assignment: America Surrenders Here .• •• .-.-. ..".-.•• ' • ..''••' .-.'•-.•. Movie Suspense Kiiig Explains Why He Shows Up In His Films Former Local Man ESnEniploycs 'Schooled' To Slop Mistake? (!•«.. U. i. Pol. Oil.) : ly PHYLLIS IATTELLE , (INS) -Ha man has a problem — and il's a matter of life and death — the one to sec about it is Mr. Alfred Hitchcock. After 32 years of directing the top films of any given annum, he is a specialist on such things. He can advise on how to live whimsically, die dramatically, laugh at despair, despair at laughter and simultaneously make love and atomize a city. "And if one is really depressed," adds Hitchcock, "1 can also intro- "On (lie hack of wliich, there was an ad for a product called 'Ke- duco.' And there," he smiles modestly, "was the form of Hitchcock —before and after." The director says it is quite difficult to spot him in the new "Harry" movie, as lie is about as unobtrusive as old unobtrusive himself can be. "They wanted me to play Harry, and it seemed like a charming idea," he says. "But it is almost impossible to duce him to a jolly game called direct on your back." grave-robbing realy* * m Grow The movie suspense king, a ro-ju Massachuselteg Town tund man with the face of a cosmopolitan • kewpie, was seated in his suite at the St. liegis among wires of congratulation on his latest film, "The Trouble Harry," which is about a corpse of that name who is frequently pulled out of it. He—Hitchcock, not Harry—was in his usual droll and compatible mood when asked why it is that he insists upon inserting a glimpse of himself into every movie he makes. It has become traditional these days, when attending an Alfred Hitchcock production, lo look for the face of the director among the extras. "There have been some slight FALL. IUVEK, . Mass, tfl . Greater Fall River school children are discounting the belief tliat you can't save any money these days They have $726,477.76 on dcposi under the School Saving plan in •auguratod eight years ago. 'Aver age savings per student is $48.95 Most deposits have been in nickels and dimes. "We have students graduating from high ' school who have ac counts James A former local man, wauled in Tampa, Fla.; for forgery and steal- ng an automobile, mid plso wanted in Washington for aulo theft, ast.night surrendered at the local Police Slnlioh.. Detective Joseph-II. Stitcher said Hie mail is .Carl Raymond Rice, 20, iif Washington, who formerly lived at 313 Pennsylvania Avenue with MS mother. Stitcher .said Rice walked into Police Headquarters and told authorities lie had taken a car in Tampa and abandoned it in Richmond,'Va. Later he obtained work in Washington, then quit, stealing a car there and leaving it in Lebanon,. Pa'., where the automobile broke down. Stitcher said a check revealed Tampa police have warrants for Rice for forgery and auto theft and \vouid like him extradited. . BALTIMORE' % - -Maryland's Department of Employment Socur- . . . . ity employes arc going lo school compensation again because Iheir new boss, former Sen;. Robert Kimblc, discovered errors, were costing the Stale lerday money, ...;,' KlmWo'sald at least 20 per'vent of overpayments of uneiniiloyinei compensation were due lo emploj mistakes that can be eliminated. Kimblc opened his school yes- for cliilin handlers from Oakland, Cumberland, llagers- Liniiled Mc Membership in the French Academy is,limited lo .40 members, often referred lo as .the "Forty'. Immortals." The academy's famous dictionary is an authoritative, national standard. town, Frederick,' .Westminster, ml Silver Spring. Annapolis, Towson, employe Elkton, Cliestcrlown. Cambridge " Salisbury and Crisfield. Other 1SSB employes will have Iheir turn. 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I began the whole business by trying lo save money." This was in 1926 'when he was •directing a film in .London called "The Lodger." There was a scene in a newspaper office which calie for a number of reporters, and seemed wasteful at the time spend those extra guineas for ex tras to just sit around; So I simpl went onto the set and sat." The film was a tremendous sue cess and Hitchcock — on unsupc stilious man in most ways — «eo inlo the next picture and stood. 1 succeeding pictures, he has walX ed. run, wound clocks and othe wise been "as unobtrusive as pos sihle." Never has he been on film for more than 15 seconds. It is no longer necessary lo sa\ (he money on an extra's salary "In (act, now I have to hire stand-by extra for myself in thes brief appearances — union rcgi lations." But it has become what he cat "a sort of good omen thing." Since his fans have come to ox peel a snatch of Hitchcock'in h movies', it has forced -him t stretch bis imagination ("yome times rather fiercely") lo figtir new ways of working himself i without "intruding upon the movi In "Hear Window," lie was a ma who wound a grandfather's clock Jn "Dial JI For Murder," he wa pictured in a college rcunton pb tograph. Is "Lifeboat," which feature only six actors — at sea in a ra; — everybody was saying, he r< members. "how the hell is Hitcl cock going to get inlo -lliis pi lure?" But he arranged It. by havin William Bendix read a sogg newspaper. Local Man Given 120 Days On Check Charge IT. R. Sliives, this city, was sentenced yesterday to 120 days in jail in Hagerslown on a series of bad check charges. Shives' was arrested several weeks ago after a long 90-mile-an' hour chase by police. John's Medicine. Its wholesome ingredients soothe throat irritation \yithout the use of alcohol or harmful drugs. 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