The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa,  on August 31, 1964 · Page 9
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The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 9

Ottawa, Canada
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Monday, August 31, 1964
Page 9
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, MONDAY. AUGUST zi, 1984 THE OTTAWA JOURNAL DOROTHY KILGALLEN iVeetf (Daratby Kllgallca k m e-cadeo. Hsr- guest cabainist today U lb star at . lb Broadway statical eh, "Fade Owl-Fad la.) ,' ;. By JACK CASSIDY ' NEW. YORK. I am an actor by profession (I hav an Equity can to prove 'that statement) and 'over th years I hava coma to believe that I am a sensitive on. Aa a matter of point, I think 'all tood acton art a sensitive lot (I bleed when I'm cut, too.) Narcistie and etotistical ulnty, but then again ahy hu man who walks out on a state or emotes in front of a camera must be possessed of both the aforementioned qualities.' It's been said that the cata lyst It Insecurity within the parson. People turn to acting or performing out of their needs for love, acceptance, the mass embrace. Perhaps that theory la an generalisation, but whoever came up with it I wish they'd walk out on thai stage on night to a- paid benefit audience (God poftt) 'em), hungry for affection and face that cold group of fish where everyone seems to be wearing white gloves and the) applause sounds like mythical deer hooves Jumping over pink clouds. . ! Ther must be a saner and more logical way of finding ac- f: ceputnee. Let t own - up. my milkman and butcher want to be accepted, the only difference it we're telling different ' ' goodies. We, the disciples . of Magic Time Land, are constantly looking Into that mirror hoping to convince the. reflection that wa are th best. We have no peers, say. and our only competition it our own insecurity. Wa surround ourselves with people whom we hop -are our friends. Wa yearn for their honesty but wo car est tor in trutnrui negatives. "Just tell me I'm perfect, Harry, and I'll buy dinner." I'm reminded of what I consider a classic "put away line." Jack E. Leonard and Red Buttons were awepplng quips one night at a hideaway called Dannv'a. Hack E final tnnnj.r! to the "Carrot Top" was, "Don't gat mart Red, remember I'm on of the few people who stuck With you when you became a Mar .. ,:. Th ritual that takes place on an opening night back Mage after performance ' w h n friends com back to throw the bouquets of "darling you were marvelous, you couldn't be more delightful." or the one that real- ly gats me. "what a cut performance!" . . , . Now we obviously expect this from all the "darlings" wa'v all, met In this make-believe world, but certainly th people whom we lore and cherish at family or close friends, thet are th ones we should be1 able to read accurately. Surely they can b mora objective than we ourselves can?. Are they not - uuiy wr mirrorsr . .... 4 My wtia (better known to you as Shirley Jones) was appear- in with ma m "Tht ktnml Opera" and during one par-ticular show I remember coming into the dressing room after the flrat act curtain and voicing my despondence and Irritation about my performance, particularly bi the last tcene of th act. My timing wat all' off and I'd felt Ilk a robot fust aoina through the motions, but I also added how thoroughly marvel-out I thought the wat. Actual- RESUMES 236-3178 jJhiJrr tin : School Supplies ;. DrWTING 'EQUIPMENT a ARTISTS' SUPPLIES v New ATailable ' EVANS & KERT limit at) . v. , . Billing Bridge Plata , 7JJ-IMB ly. It was ne oll her best per-l lormance.. She violently disagreed, say ing that It was I, not the. who was In top form- and described in detail the brilliant wsy she said I had played to Ken. ' "Darling (she calls ma darl ing, too) the aa you took co mand of that stage: Your laugh lines were precisely timed. The way your face looked, your Hps held to taut and thin" and then I'd heard it she almost bad me, but my lips so taut and thin, that's what got me. "My lips are never taut and they're not thin,",. I raged,. So there It was. I had crushed a genuine compliment, simply because my ear was tuned in only for the negatives. Incidentally, we still call each other darling! I aas one asked by a lady television interviewer (I think It was some morning cook I n g show) what I felt was the reason my wife and I had .enjoyed such a successful mar r I a g e . (Sna obviously had read ' all FINAL WEEK those naughty fan mtgailne arti cles.) . My answer was, "My . dear Mrs.- So and So, wa love each other and we drink a lot to gether." Let her find out what toft drink It It. Perhaps th only security left for any of us (s the kind the government Lays on you wbea you're U. I only hope my hand mirror and I can bold out till then!) : - (Copyright IM4) ; Appoint New Auxiliary Bishop Canon Gaston Joseph Haint, O, of St. TTyacinlhe. Que., bat been appointed Auxiliary Bishop to Bishop Arthur Douvllle St. Hyacinlhe. .the Apostolic Delegation said today. The announcement of his appointment by Pope Paul VI said Bishop-Elect Hains is named to the titular tee of Beletasa, 'aaasttljy ' Jted Chinese Population n 680,000,000 UNITED NATIONS (AP)- With the birth rata up again! and th death rata shrinking, th world's population reached i l.US.Ma.M In mid-IMl and It growing by almost .O0.6Ot a,1 On th basis of these figures. given in the IM3 United Nations Demographic , Yearbook Issued Sunday, , it it estimated the present population of th world it in th neighborhood of J4M.-MMM. V Communist China now has within fte bordera at. least M per cant of the world's inhabi tants, th yearbook shows, but it quotes only semi-official figures of (7 to asa aaa aaa m it. Soma experts have reckoned that 'mainland China now has mora than 7M.MM.tM. I Canada had a population of ll.237.Mtt at th end of June. 194, latest figures by the bureau of statistics show. ' Tokyo still it considered the largest city 'in the world with l.tU.Mt m October, 1962. The figure for the fh boroughs of New' York City proper is 7.711, Mtt in to April. I9M census. JP - - WEIGHTS. COMPARED NEW YORK A block of platinum the size of a standard pound of butter would weigh approalmately 71 pounds. -J URGES PROBE NEW YORK (AP) - Roy Wilkint. executive secretary of the. National Association for the Advancement of Colored Peo ple, suggested Sunday that recent racial riots In northern cities may have been planned, and asked for a 'federal ROYAL NAME MANILA - The Phihppm who later was Philip II of Spain. . - t CHUM RADIO NEWS WANTS A STAFF CORRESPONDENT TO 'COVER' PARLIAMENT He would replace Don Peacock, three years with CHUM and now special assistant to the Minister of Agriculture. 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