Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on February 26, 1952 · Page 5
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Phone 4600 for i WAINT AJD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1952 FIVE ^Assignment: America' American Music One Of Greatest And Most Popular fixport Products fR. 0. 8, Pat. OH.i Bj INEZ ROBB Doctor, His Telephone Retire At Same Time School Leaders Taking Course NEW YORK—</P>—Recent retirement of Dr^ Charles E. Birch. 83, j An orientation program for super- While Plains physician, after 60[visors and principals of Allegany years of service, also retired an old- time telephone. It had been in use 54 years. It was County schools was held yesterday at the Board of Educatior* office with Miss Margaret A. Neuber, asso- NEW YORK— (INS) —American music is the biggest, best, and most popular export product this nation boasts, in the opinion of Conductor Andre Kostelanetz. Hie maestro is now busy packing .Ais white tie and tails and his set of five French taxi horns, preparatory to exporting a wide variety of American music to England this •prlng. He is going over once again to conduct the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and both London and the English provinces will' ring to the music of George Gershwin, Jerome Kern, Richard Rodgers, Aaron Copland, et al. The French taxi horns will be heard in the first London performance when Mr. Kostelanetz conducts Gershwin's "An American In Paris." A medley of Kern's "Show Boat" music will be included in that first concert, too. The maestro says they can hold their own with the other compositions on the pro' gram, Berlioz's "Roman Carnival Overture," Prokofieff's "Classical Symphony" and Ravel's "Mother Goose" and "La Valse." This great exponent of American music is certain that it is only a matter of time until Gershwin's "Porgy and Bess" and "Show Boat" Ilnd their way to the metropolitan opera repertory. " 'Porgy and Bess' is a great work," he said, over a cup of tea at the Plaza Hotel, "Everyone loves that music and you'd.be surprised how widely it \& known in Europe. "The last time I conducted the Royal Philharmonic in England, I played the -whole score of 'Porgy and Bess' at a. Command ?crlorm- ance. At the conclusion. Queen Mother Elizabeth told me she was glad I had played the entire score and that she was especially fond of 'Summertime, and the Llvin' is Easy'". - If Mr. Kostelanetz were casting "Porgy and Bess" from the Met's roster of singers, he would select Leonard Warren to sing Porgy, and Dorothy Klrsten to sing Bess. Then he would choose as director Roufaen Mamoulian, who directed the work when it was first presented on Broadway. And how -would Mr. Kostelanetz cast "Show Boat"? - Well, Judy Garland is not a member of the Met. So he would cast Rise Stevens in the role of Julie, once made famous by Helen Morgan. Brian Sullivan would get the part of Gaylord Ravenel, the Mississippi river gambler, and the new baritone, George London, would be j cast as the Cap'n of the "Cotton Blossom." i But what about Magnolia, the heroine of "Show Boat"? What about her, I asked the maestro, who replied that his wife was well but rather unhappy about his coming flight to London. "She came home recently and demanded that I give up flying," Mr. Kostelanetz said, and broke into a wide grin. "She seemed quite agitated and finally said 'Look what happens to the Flying Enterprise!'" When the maestro told her the Flying Enterprise was a ship, she looked at him suspiciously and asked "If ett ess a sheep, why ess ett called Flying Enterprise?" "Logic was on Lily's side," said her husband, "So I gave up trying to explain." He has also given up trying to explain his own golf game, a sport of which he is enamoured. "But I never keep track of the Bcore or count the strokes." he said. the old-fashioned wall type known I date professor of special education jas the "goose-neck" because the | at Pennsylvania State College. '•It would take an Einstein to do j transmitter was mounted on an ad- i Before Miss Neuber returns to that!" And that reminded him of jjustable arm to bring it as close to j Cumberland and Allegany County his favorite musical story. i the mouth of a standing speaker Arthur Schnabel, the late, great Us possible, pianist, and Albert Einstein, the| The phone had been superseded erstwhile violinist, loved to play i in 1912 by a more compact device, duets. Once, when they were in the midst of a Beethoven sonata, Einstein, the world's greatest mathematician, became hopelessly lost- in the score. Exasperated beyond endurance, Schnabel turned on Einstein arid cried in dispair "Albert, Albert, can't you ever learn to count one, two, three, one, two, three!" but the doctor preferred to keep the old one as long as he maintained his office. The "smoke" that rises from an erupting volcano usually is not smoke but steam. Among them, the planets in the tion. for the second meeting, March 17, Ralph E. Kessler, supervisor of special education in the county schools, will confer with teachers who handle special education classes. In her discussions yesterday Miss Neuber stressed various special services for children who need help in learning. Miss Neuber was accompanied here by Miss Geneva Faith Ely, supervisor of special education for the State Department of Educa- solar system have 31 moons. | The idea for the consultant Woman Dockets Damage Action Against Store Suit for $7,500 damages WHS tiled yesterday in Circuit. Court by Inez Frye, 46 Douglas Avenue, against the Cumberland Cloak and Suit Store. 52 Baltimore Street. The woman alleges she suffered back injuries in a fall in a dressing room at the store last July 23, Edward J. Ryan is attorney for the plaintiff. Properly Transferred | Robert T. Powell sold property on! the west side of Wempc Drive to; Albert B. Delbrugge and Eileen A. 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Details were arranged through the State Department of Education. Miss Neuber and Miss Ely visited classes yesterday morning, then met with special education teachers at Pennsylvania Avenue School. The final meeting followed. Other meetings in this consultant service are planned March 17, April 7, May 12 and June 2. In Aztec days the capital of Mexico, Tenochtitlan, was a city of canals much like Venice. Auto Terrorist Given Jail Term HAGERSTOWN—(/P)—Cpl. Ottis E. Stine. 25. of Ft. Myer, Va., was sentenced to 30 days in jail and fined S50 and costs after an officer j | testified the man was seen driving j i at a speed, of 70 miles per hour on j I the wrong side of the road. ! I State Trooper Richard A. Myers, jwho arrested Stine, told Magistrate 'Jacob B. Berkson that terrified ! motorists in the oncoming traffic i pattern had to pull off the road. Stine, a resident of Freecastle. Pa., was convicted of drunken driving, speeding and driving without a license. 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