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16 THE POST-STANDARD, Syracuse, N. Y., Sunday, August 21, 1955 On the Airways ow remise Some Folks Are Interest! B y . PEG SIMPSON People, a new half-hour show based on the simple premise that folks in this world are interesting, will be launched by NBC-TV today,. Commentator Morgan Beatty will n a r r a t e this series of profile sketches which will -be seen at n p. m. on WSYR TV /or six consecutive Sundays. N B C n e w s ,, ,,. crews are said Peg Simpson to be s c a n n i n g i earth for people whose personalities, experiences, occupations or environments reflect information, education and entertainment. People is not an interview nhnw but M t h c r a program which will spotlight the uncommon man and le* him speak for himself. This one has possibilities. As Beatty put it. "There are four and a half b i l l i o n people on this earth, and some of them are interesting!" Syracuse Ally. Pk-k Grossman r e t u r n s lo t e l e v i s i o n tomorrow to h a n d l e WHF.N-TVs 6:45 p.m. daily newscasts once again. Dick, who l e f t the station a f t e r five years last spring to enter law prachicn, w i l l do only the early r v e n i n g ticws show Mondays through Fridays. His principal occupation is still Jaw and he is a c t i v e l y associated w i t h his f a t h e r , Lionel Grossman, in the profession. Whnn Dick l e f t the station last spring he was replaced, by Fred Maxon who is row entering the a r m e d services. When a replace- m n n t was souzhi. for Fred r e - ' S c h u l ^ y and Charley Smith cently. t h e -T. W a l t e r Thompson ;the shy Cyril, aqnnry, for !he Shell Oil Co., specifically requested that Dick be brought back. THE KING AND THE COUNTESS.--Joan Greenwood and Cyril Ritchard are pictured in a scene from the romantic comedy, "The King and Mrs, Candle," which w i l l be seen at 8 p.m. tomorrow on WSYR-TV. The King appears here with Countess Irina in Brando via before he is forced to flee to America. is WNDR's Jim McKechnie will tell Â· the story oC "The Sign oÂ£ Virgo" and its influence on those born Saint Looks to Stage, TV and Films Dicks Mrs. Kermit A. Huttar Formerly Miss Joh; nna Jones. Miss Jones Bride Of Kermit Huttar In Manlius Rites Sion Methodist C lurch, Manlius, was the setting for the wedding of Miss Johanr.a Jones of 137 Cumberland Ave. an i Kermit A. Huttar, son. o! M i . and Mrs. Alfred Huttar oC 1 14 Academy St., ManZius, which look place at 2 p. m. yesterday. The Rev. Lewis A. Bachman p ^formed the double ring ceremon. Â·. The bride chose a waltz length gown oÂ£ white eyelet embroidered nylon, over satin* Her'im- ported silk illusioi veil was caught to a crown o; seed pearls an'd she carried a white satin prayerboolc and an 01 chid. Mrs. Alan Engle, matron of honor, wore a light blue t a f f e t a and net gown and her "flowers were, peach colored ; ladoli. Â·TuEinita and Kim Huttar of Staten. Island, nieces of the bridegroom, were flower J iris. Alan Engle was b :st man and By MARGARET McMANTJS NEW YORK, Aug. 20 -- Eva Marie Saint, the television actress who this year won an Academy Award for her first motion picture role, does not plan to turn her back on TV to become a movie star. "I'd like to work in the theater, and make a movie now .and then and I want to continue to work in television," she said. "But I must be more selective about what I do in television. I have to be sure that the show is big enough and that the part is the right'one, in a good script." Her first television appeavance since winning the Oscar will be in September, when she will star with Frank" Sinatra, in a musical version oC "Our Town," an NBC spectacular. Viewers who t h i n k of Miss Saint as only a dramatic actress will be surprised to know that she will both sing and dance in* this coming show, which is to be done from the Coast. To Co-Slar With Bob Hope Her trip to Hollywood, however, will not be for the television show alone. She is also going out to co-star with Bob Hope in her second movie, "The Queen of Hearts," adapted from the screen play by Jean Kerr. Now this isn't bad going for a girl from Upstate New York, who less than 10 years ago was making the rounds of casting agencies lor radio and television, trying to 'get auditions for commercials, walkons--even in crowd scenes. "Gosh, it seems longer than-. 10 years," said Miss Saint, 'who in private life is the wife of Jeffrey Hayden, a director in radio and television and the theater. "I don't know whether I could ever do it all over again. People are inclined to think of success as something that just happens, without realizing all the work and effort it has meant. A Memorable Occasion A soft-spoken girl, with a serene, intelligent face and great composure, she has been far from idle since that evening in April "Yesterday's Pawn Shop" \vith| U nder it on Thank Your Lucky Don Taylor will be the Stage 7 w Frl Sullivan's Toast Â«r the Town, at, 8 p.m. on WHF/N-TV. w i l l o f f e r a t r i b u t e 'Rup.-"U and the stai program's h r a d l i n e r . The t r i b u t e w i l l signal the re- Irar-e nf Miss "Russell's new com t edy. "The Girl Rush." h r r Â· f i r s t . fare r,t 9:30 p.m.. WKEN-TV. It's the tale ot a recently married man whose happiness is marred i -X i- j iby mementos of a previous mar- to Rosalind :' ' Â· M u 4-u inage. ill be the, b S'tars at 9.30 p. m., WNDR. A profile on Martha Kaye and a report on the Planetary Clock's Â·forecast for the week ahead wi be included. Camen Theater, at 10 p.m. on WSYK-TV, w i l l offer "A L ushers wore Lawrei ce stein and Theodore Littler. Following a recej -tion in the church parlors, the couple left for a trip to New En 'land. After Oct. 1, they will, res.'de in Ithaca, where Mr. Huttar is a student at 'Cornell University. _!when she stood on the stage of TO CO-STAR "WITH SINATRA.--Eva Marie Saint, the TV actress who was awarded an Oscar for her performance in the motion picture, "On the Waterfront." She is to co-star in September with Frank Sinatra on NBC's TV musical version of "Our Town." Miss Laura Fay Is Married To Harold R. Mizener Miss Laura Jean Fay and Har( oÂ£ turquoise, yellow and m i n t old Robert" Mizener exchanged [green crystalette. matching he; d- TV DEBUT. --James MacArthur, 17-year-old son oC Charles V. Mac Arthur and Helen Hayes, makes his video debut on Climax! at 8:30 p.m. T h u r s d a y on. WHKN-TV. James appears w i t h MacDonald Carey, Phyllis Thaxter and "Edward Arnold in "Deal a Blow." FULL OF BEANS DENISON, Tcx^ ftfl--Children in the neighborhood have q u i t calling S. O. Freeman "Shorty" and now call him "Jack." A 14- foot beanstalk in his back yard is the reason. marriage vows yesterday 'in! James Street Methodist Church. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Leonard Basford. the Century Theater in New York, The bride is the daughter Zachary Scott, Myrna Loy and " (Robert Preston are seen in the JNigh.1 Music." It's a d r a m a of *Â» I -- _ - . * - -- ' GE Theater show at 9 |a father who sacrifices his prized musical fibn. She will be seen in p n v r r a l srpp.ns f r o m (he movie. Gloria D ^ H a v e n , Kddir Albert. Ella Mas Morse and Pat Benoit, who appear in the f i l m , w i l l be on the program, too, nlnnc .sue? Is Tony B e n n e t t . Fernando Lamas. |nf t h e Casebook program p.m., WSYR-TV. "7t Gives Me ^possessions to realize a dream jGreal Pleasure" teJls of. a high jhe nurtures for a son who doesn't Â·pressure agent, an irate but share the same goal'. ;pretl.y client, and a romantic tri-: : a n g t e . : Visiting- the Woolworth H o u r i Â· Â· 'at 1 p.m. on WFBL will be Alan 1 Gcriatrirs will be the subject De ane, N o r m a n Scott, and the . t f* - m . r*. Lome, Jimmy Gleason/and others. a:. 2 ;p ; m. on WSYR-TV. The pro- pram, staged by the S, U. Television Center, will have as Don Elliott Quartet. When baked potatoes are on The r h l l ' - n Playhouse, at I) lEuest:-, Mrs. Marcelle Levy, con- i the dinner menu, put a few WSYR-TV, will stage s u l t a n t to the Council on Aging; p. m. on '"'Gretpl" by Vance Bourjaily. jDr. Herbert Kotkin, medical di- Kva Stnrn w i l l star as GreLel, a J r o c t o r of the Department of Wei- girl w i t h o u t R last name. S h e l f s r e : and C. Dohne, representing .-aspects she m i g h t be 17 b u t j t h e C o r i n t h i a n Foundation. t r e a l l y know. Nor docs k n o w h e r nationality. Gr-Ptel mrrts a bny whose f a m i l y has w r a i t h , social status and such, and he, vrine girl, finds of life. i extra ones in the oven. Peeled, diced and healed in a cheese sauce, they will make a quick and hearty dish the next day. Serve with hamburgers or sliced , . ham, a yellow or green cooked A l n n Wilder and \ vegetable and a salad. Plane Sparks Model Tieup ST. PETERBUHG Fla. [ft--A boy's model airpla ie scored a direct hit on a mai i power line and caused a.s much confusion as an enemy bomb. The m a i n l i n e bn ught several big teodcr lines d - i w n with it across the crincir al highway from St. Petersbur,; to Tampa, stalling t r a f f i r for in hour and i n t e r r u p t i n g eloctric service. Dale Fuller got o i l y a slight burn and s'nnck wren the little plane, w h h a hvo-fo t wing span, hit the line. He w is guiding it with a leader wire. throuch "the the meaning The You Are There cameras ke u? back to Dec. 17, 1903, and "The First Flipht ot the W r i g h t Brothers." Walter Cronk- i f e ?nri his staff will report the h a p p e n i n g of t h a t day from the S m i t h s o n i a n I n s t i t u t e , t h e W r i g h t h n m p . and N a u t i c a l Almanac Ol- Â£u;r in Cnmbridge, Mass., and f m m the Wright c a m p at Kittv Hawk. At 630 p.m. on WHEN- TV. SUNDAY CROSSWORD 20 21 Thp C'nlpntp Variety Hour at R p. m. on WSYR-TV will spotlight balladeer Harry Bclafonte, Edsar Bprgcn. and Charlie McCarthy, the dance learn of Angle and Margo, and Bob Williams and Red Dust, the dog act. The program will also present a young actress, Carol Ohmart. Director Mike Ciwtir. will direct the slarlet as she interprets t h p rote played by actress Silvana Mangano in "Ulysses/' Howard Pylp. President Kiscn- hower's a d m i n i s t r a t i v e assistant in charge of liaison on Federal- State relationships, will Meet the Frnsp at 6 p.m. WSYR-TV. He will be quizzed by Jack Bell of the Associated Press, Carl ton. Kent of the Chicago Sun-Times. | Ppter "Edson of NEA Service, a n d ' * i Lawrence Spivak. Town Mectine: of the Air, at! 8 p. m. on WHEN-raciio. will originate from London with a discussion of "The Atom; Its Hazards i and Benefits." ! Speakers will be Walter EHott,! M.P.. Conservative party; Alexander Haddow, professor of experimental pathology at the University of London and director of the research institute of the Royal Cancer Hospital; Alfred Jewel? Ayer. professor o* Philosophy at the University of London, and Eugene Rabinowitch, professor of biology at the University of Jllinnis. Yale Newman "\vill be moderator. 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IS On the way If) Cuddles 28 Spoken 30 Watch calories S3 Crows, Leers 9 I m p u d e n c e 1 Daggers 3 Elevates Avarice Open shelved c a b i n e t 4g Charged with Rflfl 4 9 ttake happy 50 S e a p o r t In Brazil 51 G r o u p s of three 52 BncUbone f4 A g i t a t e s R 5 Open to 5fi Wander 57 Cortiered- 60 Goddoss x oC riawn fit Hebrew 64 On loft sirtc 75 ^ ore tiisabl* 7 7 A r t i s t s 7S Y o u n g blue* Â· f^h 90 h e l p s 81 L ncoln's Sec'y o War 82 G 3nuine 53 S i l u t e 54 S :e 4 1 one's ays. Burn i 'Ciiy in Georgia Trap fit) TP; 70 Ancirnt S7 t- ncient relie* \\ us group 88 L idy clairv v yant 90 T'horled OS S p r i n t e d 95 1 pright slab 9S C a p i t o t of C regon 97 I iver city in I linois 1^9 C riental T rinco 100 f h e l t e r e d tolet 101 'J heatrical. f roups 103 C onsumed 105 iviiian: slang 107 1*0liar till and received an Oscar for her pnrt in "On the "Waterfront 11 Two days later her first child, a son, Darrell, was born. At /our months, he is already an established traveler, " This summer Miss Saint and her husband have been traveling the summer theater circuit with their own production of the play, "The Rainmaker/ 1 in which she stars, and which he directs. "We've been traveling by car/ 1 said 'Miss Saint* "and we take the baby with us. "Re's a good little trouper. He just sleeps or sits in our laps Jor hours. He's flourishing, and we're about dead from the heat and exhaustion/ 1 However, Miss Saint said that this first experience of taking a play on tour has been a great success for both her and her hus- b a n d and they would like- to do it again. Â· Of Anglo-Scottish Descent Though many people t h i n k she is French because of her nsme, she said she js actually of, Scot- English descent and Eva Marie Saint :s her maiden name. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold E. Fay of pieces and carried carnations. Â· Carol Ann Caslallani, Jlnv er pirl, was riresspd in. pink orgnndy and carried p i n k carnations in a basket. The bride's brother, Ann-Id Fay Jr., was best man. and David Shepherd and Kenneth Y o u n g ! ushered. ' The bride is a Central H i g h ! School graduate. She is employed! by Liberty Mutual Insurance Oo.j Her husband was gradual edi from North High School and j s i with the New York Telcphmej Co. Such CLEARANCE AUGUST O N B * Budget Terms --*-."-Â· r-*- Â· Â·"Â· , . . . - . - Â· 'Â·Â· -*. ^^---^-- --'. * , * . -- -- . .^ *m,.m*- rm . r - . , . . . m + f + , Edwards Mrs. Harold R. Mizener Formerly Miss Lauj - a Jean Fay. 141 S. Midler Ave. and the bridegroom i.s the son oC Mr. and Mrs. er of Brrwerlon. , ; Â£|4. * / * v j 1 1 jÂ«* *Â·* Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. .Tnhn! Roy Mizen Merle Saint, now live in Bryn | Given in marriage by her Mawr, PR., -but she grew up in|f a ther, the bride wore Chantilly Albany and went to Bowline|i a c c over a white satin gown Green State University, Ohio. to| w jih a lonff train. Seed pearls Â·Â·/, *Â· t - study to become schoolteacher. an elementary she had pursued this plan, phe would surely have been the prettiest third-^rade teacher in the state of New York, but it was not to be. A classmate dared her to try out for the irestman piay a n d . the day she won the part, she changed her course 4 to speech and dramatics. Shortly after her graduation from college her ifamily moved to New York city so she lived at the Dr, Hnmi J. Bhahha, officer o! the International Conference on the Peaceful Uses of Atomic Energy now being held: in Geneva, will be the giiest on Youth Wants to Know at 2:30 p.m., WSYR-TV. He will bei questioned by a croup ot teenagers living in and near Geneva where the show was filmed. Photographer Collins finds a boy h* believes is just right tor Schultzy in the Bob Cummings Show- repeat a*, 10:30 p.m. on WSYR-TV. Ann B. Dkvis is formed a cap h o l d i n g her fingertip veil and the bridal bouquet was white carnations and an orchid. Miss Rosamond Barrett wa? maid of honor and Miss Stella Bottiglieri. and Miss Mary Lou Walsh, .bridesmaids. They wore floor :ength gown? -,, ?."Â·./. %Â·"} m %% m v.-.-X ;v-X' '*:Â·:Â·:* :Â·Â·':Â·. Answer to,Crossword Puzzle on Page 24 home and began making "rounds." First Television Job ' "My first television job was a commercial for milk," she said, "I guess thgy thought I looked wholesome. I did a lot of commercials and gradually I .began to get a few small parts in television plays. "All the time I was studying and little by little the parts got bigger. But my career has been no snowball. It grew slowly, until I finally got the Claudia part in the "One Man's Family" series, and then some starring roles in the Kraft Theater and the Philco Playhouse." It was while resting her feetifg one day in the actors' lounge on the third floor of NBC that she met Jeffrey Hayden, a young radio and television director, whose career had been rather similar to her own. ' A tall, dark, personable young man, he had been a student at the University of North Carolina, at Chapel Hill, 1941 to 1946, when a friend invited him to audition b for a college play. H-isband Keen on Directing Ke got his friend's part and a !j|| yen to work in the theater f rom!;|! that particular audition, but his lK ambition 5s now to direct rather than act. He will direct some television on the Coast while Miss Saint is making her movie and when they return to New York, he will direct some plays for NBC-TV producer Fred Coe. The Haydens, who were married in 1951, and are both in their late 20's, look like a pair destined to make a:n impressive mark on the entertainment field, whether it be in television, -the theater, the movies, -or all three. Miss Saint said sheds looking forward to. going to Hollywood to make this movie, but that she and her husband have no plan to stay there. "New York is "our home and we w a n t to keep it that way," she said. 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