The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 22, 1953 · Page 2
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TACK TWO (ARK.) COTTRTEfc MONDAY, JUNE M, 19M „/ RICHARD KLEINER NEA SUff Correspnodenl NEW YORK - (NEA) - When a dance band tones one of 1U player.- to » symphony, that Is ordinarily large news. But the situation confronts the Sauter-Finegan band am nobody Is particularly startled. "We'll have to find somebody else" Bill Finegim «y. wlthou' batting a baton. They're losing i percussionist, who will be rejoining the Philadelphia Symphony in the fall. But the band is well-peopled with ex-classlctsi-v Mo<t bands have only one percussionist, incidentally. He's usunlly a drummer with * finn supP'V °< un ~ ruly hair «nd a great talent lor grimaces But Sauter-Finegan have three, who prefer glockenspiels to grimaces. It's all part of the Saiiter-FlneRan approach to music, which neither of them can define but both feel. Ed Sauter. who looks like a math teacher and Flnegan, who looks like an • Igebra Instructor, say they didn't «tart out with an express desire to create a, new style. They just arrange each piece as they think it should be arranged. They like having their own band. Both are top arrangers — Sauter was with Goodman and rinegan with Qlenn Miller — but both experienced the annoying sensation of hearing their creations submerged in the highly individual styles of the men they worked for. "It was very frustrating," says Sauter. Nor- their arrangements are played like they want, by men selected for "ability. Most are prradu- ates of conservatories. They can all read music. They are respectable citizens. There's not a needle- j taker In the crew. "We wanted to restore dignity to the dance band," Sauter said. THE POPULAR SIDE: RCA- Victor's new album of "Me and Juliet," the latest Rodgers-Hammerstein success, set a record. The show opened on a Thursday and the album was recorded In a 15- hour session on Sunday. By the next Wednesday, it was in the hands of dealers . . . Eddie Fisher says the G.I.'s in Korea are more hep to the latest hit records than the teen-agers at home. ON THE CLASSICS: A Kootl comparison between masculine and feminine piano techniques . can be had with Liszt's Concerto No. I in E Flat Major. Iturbl, on RCA-Victor, and Claudia Arrau. on a new Columbia disc, demonstrate clearly the difference hotwcim the strong masculine touch and feminine dexterity . . Lovers of Spanish Ruilar music will enjoy "Flamenco," featurinp Carlos Monlnya and Spanish Bypsy dances, jusl issued by Remington. DICK'S PICKS POP SINGLES: "You You you" (The Ames Brothers. RCA-Victorl; "I'd Rather Die young" (Gisele MacKenzie, Capitol); "The Moon Is Blue" (The Silver strings, RCA-Vlc- lori; "It Ju.st Happened to Happen to Me" (Rosemary Clooney. Columbia): "flub-a-Dub-Dub" (Helen O'ConncIl, CnpiloU; "Keep It Gay" (Perry Como, RCA-Victor); "I've Got the World on a String" (Frank Sinatra. Capitol). POP ALBUMS: "Me and Juliet" (RCA-Victor) is the oriR- Innl cast of the new Rod|;ers- Hammerstein show in a very light, tuneful score; Columbia has recreated "The Desert Song." with RomherR'K melodies performed brilliantly by a cast headed by Nelson Eddy and Doretta Morrow; extra- lontf treatments of songs like "Ruby" feature a relaxing album, "Music From Hollywood." by Percy Faith on Columbia. CLASSICAL: Columbia has Issued a masterful first performance by Eugene Ormandy and the Philadelphia Orchestra of Prokofiev's Symphony No. 1, combined with the Lieutenant Kije Suite; folk music devotees will like Remington's disc of Mack Harrell sinking 10 lolk songs in French and German, plus four classic gambling sonfrs from the South I Efrem Kurtz and the Columbia Symphony give a spirited playlnp of Shos- takovich's Ballet Russe backed by two minor Tchaikovsky pieces. FUTURE ATOMIC PLANE-Some experts Iwliev. that th. plane shown above tn an artist's sketch, which appeared in Collier's magazine, will bo a reality In 25 years, and will be flying across the Atlantic Ocean in S'/i hours. The atomic-powered transport will carry 125 passengers at a speed of BOO miles per hour. The trinnKle wing, set far back, offers less wind resistance than the conventional wing at supersonic speeds. 'Eisenhower' Sword Found BELGRADE I/PI — Discovery of an ancient, artistically wrought sword in the little Slovenian town ol La«- ko has excited Yugoslav antique experts upon learning that the blade bore the engraving "Efsenhouer." Hopeful of establishing an historical link between the family of the president of the United States and this country. Yugoslav authorities sent a picture of the sword and rie_ tails of its discovery to German experts with ft request for Information on its origin. The German experts replied the sword probably was forged somewhere nround 1700 in Germany and that the Inscription probably was thai, of the crafUsnmn rather than of the owner. Demand, accept only— St.Joseph ASPIRIN WORLD'S LARGEST SELLER AT 1D( MEMBERSHIP We didn't give up drinking"WE GOT RID OF IT" What, wasnot dearly understood, was that we were in the grip of an underlying illness thai expresses itself in insane thinking and abnormal drinking. That before we could recover we must experience a personality change. One that will give us n new outlook on life, will enable us to meet the demands of each day and to adjust ourselves to each situation as it seises. One in which we experience no feeling of self-pity, no resentment or remorse. In giving up drinking we do nol regard ourselves as heroes or martyrs, entitled to make unreasonable demands on our families and friends. We appreciate the seriousness of our way of living and regard it as the most important thing in our lives. We have learned to rid ourselves of fears, resentments, false prides, jealousies and emotional disturbances that have formerly been our enemies. We have learned to be tolerant. We arc beginning to live honestly and truthfully. • We believe in EASY DOES IT — LIVE AND LET LIVE — FIRST THINGS COME FIRST. We are not reformers; we are not crusaders' we believe in Divine aid, yet we are not a religions group. Ours is a WAY OF LIFE. The only requirement to membership in A.A. is an HONEST desire to stop drinking. Over 150,000 members have found total sobriety. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS CLUB ROOMS OVER HARDY FURNITURK CO. Meeting every Friday 8:30 p.m. Open to public Ministers & other Civic leaders invited Child Feared Kidnapped NORWALK. Calif. M'l — Officers continued today to check out every possible lend on the disappearance Americans Spend Billion Abroad WASHINGTON VPi — American travelers contributed a record of nearly one billion dollars to foreign countries in 1052, the Commerce Uepartment reported today. Angeles where her mother, Mi's. Owen Nolan, 40, works. Hundreds of sheriff's deputies and volunteers. Including 40 horsemen, searched hou.se.s, fields .and buildings within a wide area of the auction shopping center yesterday without avail. Known sex offenders in the district were questioned. of an 8-year-ol girl who to feared kidnapped. But they admitted they didn't have a single real clue to work on. Little blue eyed and blonde Stella Darlene Nolan vanished shortly after 8:30 p.m. Saturday from a crowded .shopping center near Los Oh, Goody! Mommy Says I Can Go See "FROSTY" The total Include* 823 million dollars spent abroad and 115 million dollars paid in fares to foreign ships and planes. American sir and ship lines collected another 180 million dollars from American passengers. The blceest rise In American travel outlays was In the European and Mediterranean area, but Canada got more than all those countries put together—268 million dollars as against 258 million. Among European countries, France, Italy and Britain obtained the major share of U. S. travel dollars. American tourists in Mexico spent a record 180 million dollars. Coffee plants, grown from carefully selected seed, are either sown in the field that the mature plant occupies or raised in a nursery and later transplanted. DeHoveri Is June Bride PITTSBURGH Ml —Film actress Gloria de Haven, who says she aL ways wanted to be a June bride, Is one today. The 21-year-old Miss de Haven prepared to leave for New York today with her new husband, Martin S. Kimmel, 37, a New York realtor. They were married yesterday at the home of friends. The ceremony was It was the second marriage for both. 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