Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 16, 1955 · Page 9
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 9

Cumberland, Maryland
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Wednesday, November 16, 1955
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Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT AD Taker KVKNMNl. LAI- riiMKtiKLANI). WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1955 NINE Assignment: America Californian Wants To See Famed St. Bernards After Alp Climbing FREE CUSTOMER PARKING ' f * " • - ( - ; • • on our lot-S. George at Harrison Baltimore Street at George ' (R»9. U. 5. Pot. OH.) : By PHYLLIS BATTELLE 'LUGANOj Switzerland-(INS>~j You can lead a: Californian 'o thej Alps—but you can't make him drink in their grandeur without observing, "Where are those St. pretty good imitation of the "top of the mark" in San Francisco. With an accumulation of chic and shapely women who were roughly —that is to say, smoothly—the Bernards . bearing bottles?" or same types to be found in Cali- "nalurc's wonderful, but think what Disney couid do with this!" It is not that the native Californian is alcoholic, nor insensitive to fornia. Like all tourists in Paris, the Californians enjoyed themselves. Yet, with the inborn pride of the limpid pools and hoary peaks. H'sjU. S. West, \ they : were loyal to simply that he is accustomed to beauty (e.g. Catalina', Lake Tahoe, Ava Gardner) and after a few quiet moments of admiration, he home. As one gent put it after an evening on the town: "They really hold you up here for imported California champagne." West Coast newspapermen are wonderful, . casual, curious, fun- wants to get to the bottom of things. "I'm serious," said one newsman I loving people, and the idea of the from San-Francisco, after heavingjtrip was to give them the material to the peak of a 4.200-foot moun-Uo write glowing pieces which will tain, "Don't you have any St.llure • their readers to European Bernards on this, alp?" !holidays. After witnessing their The guide iooked uneasy. "You j verbal onslaught upon Europeans, wouldn't want to see'an Alpine St.!however, I predict an upset of Bernard." isotis. . . . "Why?" nagged the' Californian. "Vicious dogs, really. They'd as. soon bite you as give you a drink." Another 'Californian suggested that he'd like to take a sled and skim back to his hotel in the valley, instead of taking the funicular railway. Behind his back, a friend explained to the guide—"Guy's crazy. Thinks he's • a sledder, ever since be'did'it so easy in the balccny at "Cinerama. 1 " . . .'This,-air of • dignified nonsense pervaded the company of California newspapermen with whom I—an interloper from New York- travelled for days. We were ferried luxuriously to Europe by..Trans- World Airlines to celebrate inauguration of the first one-stop, California-to-Europe plane service. ' !. Through England. Germany, Switzerland, Italy and France the Westerners went—thorouglily impressed by the Old World, but always nagged by the suspicion that maybe De Mille could have improved on the sets. "Gee, this. is.," remarked a Hollywoodian as. he was driven down the old Appian way toward Rome, "but. don't you think it's overdone?" : His friends agreed. 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