Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 8, 1955 · Page 5
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Dial PA-2-4 600 for a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND. MD.. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1955 FIVE Paris To U. S. M. Chevalier Would Bring French Stars By CHARLES MERCER NEW YORK MB—When you meet Maurice Chevalier you are at once impressed by his candor. He tells you, first of all, that he's 67 and never felt younger. Then, with some subtlety, he explains that he's not just a guy working the sunny side of the street for a buck. Finally he describes his desire to do something he feels he could do very well: bring to American television, on a niore or less regular basis, the best entertainment that Paris offers. In the light of his live TV debut on NBC-TV this week it appear: that Chevalier has a good idea. Performing a feat that numerous entertainers .fail to accomplish, he established communication and accord with, his audience. It was true, to be .sure,., that he was al his best when he confined himself to the nostalgic world of Maurice Chevalier.. That world, by the way, began in 1920 and died.in 1939. Its capital was Paris. Mt \vas a time when gaiety was not suspected of being mere irresponsibility. . If Chevalier could supply a res. ervoir of talent such as Marce Marceau, the French pantomimis! who appeared with him • on the Ma> Liebman TV show, he'd be assured of success. Well, Chevalier says that reser voir of talent exists, and I, for one, will take his .word for it Speaking strictly, as an American tourist, I've been greatly enter lained and fascinated by Parisian dance and song and pantomimi during two visits there in the pas three years. I'd like to see mori of it on television—and I think you would. 27 N. Centre St. HAS THE RSV Revised Standard Version of the Blbte m FOUR ATTRACTIVE EDITIONS Written hi the language of our time, RSV preserves the beauty and dignity of the King James version, yet is more accurate, easier to read. 08PCT TODAY FOS YOURSEU OR A FRIEND Larger size, bnckram volume (no illustrations)-. : : : ---- - : S6.00 Genuine leather edition (no mnxtratims) $10.00 rM-PSTRATTO RSV Black limp bindhtf Caoxed)-. ____ ... .$3.50 Cloth-bound edition . $3.25 RodSteiger Wants To Cut Down Weight ype seems more attractive to me JUNGLE GIRL HAS A MATE—Bertha Hertogh, IS, who spent her childhood hiding in the jungles of Netherland East Indies in the care of a Malay nurse when Japanese invaders captured her parents 13 years ago, receives an engagement ring from Dutch cabinet maker .Jo~han Gerard Wolkenfelt, 21, at Bergen-Op-Zoom, Holland. The dissolution of Bertha's previous 'marriage to a Moslem school teacher when she was 13 touched off a wave of riots in Sin^nwe four years ago. The couple will be .wed in the : near future. (AP Photofdx) Stamp Club Lists Heads The Stamp Club of the City Recreation Department lias elected officers for the coming year, according to Robert E. Pence, recreation director. Officers are Leonard Schwab, president; Paul Weisenmiller, vice president; James Tole, secreUuy- treasurer, and Paul Morin, program director. The officers of the new club were elected Tuesday night as members set up rules for the phil atelic organization. „It was decided to consolidate the junior and senior sections and to lold two meetings a month, instead of original plans to meet once a month. Present for the organization meeting were 19 members of the junior section aiid nine o£ the senior club. Plans were made to hold the next meeting in City Hall Decem- ser 20 at 7:30 p. m. Educator Advocates Free Medical Training ANN ARBOR, Mich.-WI—Medi cal schools should charge no fee a all in the opinion of Alexander G Rulhven. president emeritus of the University of Michigan. Rulhven, writing in'the Journa of the Michigan State Medica Society, said: "There are brains on both sides of the tracks, and they' should be fully utilized in medicine. Ability and ambition-to achieve successors not related to the economic status of the parents." •ow at 6 p. m. in Central YMCA. tion trips in the United States are Sev. Kenneth Grove, pastor ofjby automobile. lass Plans Dinner The Duke Memorial Bible Class vill hold its- annual dinner tomor- Emmanuel Methodist Church, wil speak. Almust 81 per cent of all vaca "^' Bv BOB THOMAS HOLLYWOOD Wi—Rod Steigcr plans to abandon his flourishing novie career for Europe, drop 20 pounds and return a new man. What is wrong with the old one? Nothing that Hollywood can see. An unknown a year ago. he 'gar- icred much notice ana an Academy nomination as Marlon Brando's brother in "On the Wrter- Vont." Since then he has played Jud in "Oklahoma!" plus top roles n "The Big Knife," "The Court Martial of Billy Mitchell" and 'Jubal Troop." Now he's vying with Humphrey Bogart in "The Harder They Fall." He could keep busy indefinitely with the other offers he's had, earning well ov;r $100,000 a year. So isn't he happy? • No," said the brooding Steiger (rhymes with tiger). "1 don't think I have fully realized my potentiall ties, "as it is now, I can earn a comfortable living as a character actor. "But I think I can do more than that. I'd like to do the kind of leads that Spencer Tracy did when he was a' younger man. • "I believe . I could do it if dropped a few pounds. The weight is wonderful for character roles, especially some of the older- men I've played (he's 30). I went up as high as 225 pounds for Jud. Now I'm down to 200 and I've got another 20 to'go. "Of course, I'll never be a Tony Curtis, but .. I think I can look something like the Tracy or Jean Gabin type of leading man. Thai anyway." With six'pictures behind him, he plans to rest on his laurels for a spell and enjoy Europe. He's an mlependent cuss, as Hecht-Lancaster found out. Sleigcr . played "Marty", on TV. the original Remove cheese from the refrigerator about an hour before serving to get its best flavor—at room temperature. Altoonu Minister To Speak Al Rally Here The iri-state Youth for Chr'st rally will be addressed Saturday at 8 p. m. by Rev. Henry F. Kulp, pastor of the Altoona Bible Church. A musical program will be presented by the local group, according to Dwight I. 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