The Daily Reporter from Dover, Ohio on May 14, 1960 · Page 25
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Page 26, The Dally Reporter,- Saturday, May 14, THURSDAY I FRIDAY 4 P.M. Bifflflbr As the World Tom, Bandstand Hlfhway Patrol 4:30 P.M. Movie* hree Stooges Huckleberry Hound Rooky and His Friend* 5 P.M. Felix the Cat Life of Rlley 5:30 P.M. Dorothy Fuldhelm, Weather News, Sports, Weather Popcye 6:45 P.M Tom Field Pete French 6 P.M. Bcngal Lancers News, Sports Black Saddle City Camera Music Time 6:30 P.M. Plainsman Ozzie and Harriet Black Saddle Tombstone Territory To Tell the Troth 7 P.M. Bat Mastcrson Betty Hutton Interpol Calling Donna Reed 7:30 P.M. Producers' Choice Johnny Ringo Real McCoys 8 P.M. Bachelor Father Zane Grey Pat Boone 8:30 P.M. Untouchables Ernie Ford-(C) Ford will welcome Frank Vaughan, one of England's top TV and recording stars. O O Hemingway Drama Eleanor Parker, Richard Conte and special guest Charles Bickford will star in "The G'am- bler, the Nun and the Radio." 9 P.M. £)O Groncho Marx 9:30 P.M. § Q Summit Meeting. Man Without A Gun Dennis O'Keefe 10 P.M. News, Weather and Sports 10:15 P.M. Sports Jack Paar 10:20 P.M. Movies 12 Midnight Q Daily Word fc| Movie © News. 4P.M. Highway Patrol At the World Tumi Bandstand 4:30 P.M. Three Stooges Brave Stallion Movie Rin Tin Tin 5 P.M. Life of Rilcy Felix the Cat 5:30 P.M. Dorothy Fuidheita Newa Popeye Playhouse 6 P.M. Border Patrol News and Sports Music Time City Camera Donna Reed 6:30 P.M. Leave It to Beaver People Are Funny Walt Disney 3 Rawhide 7 P.M. 0 Troubleshootcrs 7:30 P.M. 0 Jerry Lewis C) 10 Hotel De Paree I Man From Blackhawk 8 P.M. 77 Sunset Strip Summit Meeting 8:30 P.M. Detectives Masquerade Party 9 P.M. _ Boxing letectives Eva Gabor will portray actress Maria Muir. Q Twilight Zone Jack Lugman stars as a down- on-his-luck trumpet player who gives up the blues for booze until he meets a girl on a tenement roof and gets another chance in "A Passage for Trumpet." * QLock Up 9:30 P.M. fj) 0. S. Marshal OO Person to Person Hugh O'Brian, TV's gun-slinging Wyatt Earp, and Craig Stevens of "Peter Gunn" fame and his wife, film star Alexis Smith, will be visited. 9:45 P.M. Q Jackpot Bowling 10 P.M. Sports 10:15 P.M. Jack Pear 10:20 P^.M. [H Movies 12 Midnight 8 Movie .Daily Word (£) Action Theater 1 A.M. 0 News Det New Newscaster On 8 OBS News Correspondent Ron Cochran has been assigned to the Monday - through - Friday noon news program on CBS - TV effective June 13. Cochran, whose broadcasting career goes back to 1936 in Rock Island, 111., joined CBS News as a Washington Correspondent in 1951. For six years prior to that, he was director • of news and special events for WCOP in Boston. 'WAGON TRAIN' RENEWED The Ford Motor Company and the National Biscuit Company have renewed their sponsorship of NBC - TV's consistently top- rated "Wagon,, Train" series for the 1960 - 61 season. Paul Newlan of "M Squad" Newlan's A Rarity Among The Stars Meet the rarest thing in Hollywood: a happy actor. Big (6' 3") Paul Newlan who plays Capt. Gray in NBC-TV's "M Squad- series figures things couldn't be better. "The job pays enough money, the hours are short and I like working on the show," he says, in a rare admission that Hollywood is still a good place to work and live. "I get a little tired listening to all the moaning going on. Some of these kids have been in the business only a year and they're grumbling because they make only $350 a week and have to work so hard. I tell them to try driving a truck." Paul is known in the industry as "a solid second man," one of that durable breed of actors that can be counted on to deliver good performances in secondary roles. He's never been a star,' figures he never will be, and is happy about it. "I have only one gripe these days," he says, "anfl that's about my golf score." If you go back 40 years, you'll find Paul wasn't gripping then, either. He started in vaudeville, did 10 shows a day for $18 a week and was "the happiest kid in the world." Now, after 37 years in the motion picture industry, Paul unashamedly says he still gets a thrill out of stepping on to a motion picture lot. "I don't want to sound maudlin about the whole thing, but I like going to work in the morning," Paul says. "After all, this is one of the few businesses in which you never say the same line twice or play in the same scene twice. Every day there's something new." As for stardom, Paul's having none of it. He's not pursuing it, "and I'm sure it's not pursuing me." Figuring he's found his niche in the industry, he recently turned down the opportunity to star in his own scries. "I'm a 'second man'," he says proudly, •"and that's all I want to be, just a good second man. And if 'M Squad' runs for another 400 years, I'll be glad to go on playing Capt. Gray." So successful has Paul been at his "M Squad" role that police officers are continually congratulating him on his faithful portrayal. "I guess I look like a cop, but that's not the whole story. Most of the success of our JULIA MEADE: REPORTER Robert Trout and Julia Meade will be the reporters for "The Mrs. America National Finals," the final hour of competition for the title of Mrs. America, to be telecast as a CBS News Special Event June 10, WINESBURG RESTAURANT WINESBURG, OHIO Sunday Dinners * Roasted Chicken * Swiss Steak * Baked Ham * Home Made Pies SCHNEIDER'S PHONE WILMOT 4-3497 (Meals Served Daily Except Mondays) M*k* Reservations For Tomorrow Is A Good Day TO SHOP AT ... MARLOWE'S DRUG STORE Next To Bexley Theatre In Dover - PLENTY OF FREE PARKING OPEN SUNDAY 9 A.M. TO 10 P.M. SHOP FOR HALLMARK CARDS, RUSSELL STOVER CANDY, YOUR FAVORITE COSMETICS ... OR IF YOU WISH, RELAX AT OUR FOUNTAIN Registered Pharmacist On Duty . . . show Is due to lee Marvin, tee Has an unerring eye and ear When it comes to fihoniness and he keeps the show as authentic as anything on the ait." Marvin, also, is one of the reasons Paul is, a happy actor. After playing in over 100 shows with Lee, Paul figures he couldn't have a better boss. Despite the strains that sometimes crop up on the set, there's never been any serious blow-up between the two and Paul has a simple explanation for it: "We like and respect each other." Only other""lngredlents, besides work, in Paul's formula for a happy life is the wife he married 24 years ago. "I suppose it'll sound a little square," he s«y^ "but I still love her." • Summer Series Debuts June 8 "Reckoning," a Summer series of selected dramas starring outstanding Broadway and Hollywood players, begins June 8 on Channel 8. Stories of high adventure, su- epense, mystery and romance feature such talent as Franchot Tone, Dane Clark, Mona Freeman, Mary Astor, Michael Rennie, Kim Hunter and others. The hour - long productions were preserved originally in 1958 on the "Studio One," "C?limax!" and "Pursuit" serie's. The June 8 presentation, "Ticket \o Tahiti," stars Franchot Tone as a widower in search of a long - needed vacation, suddenly confronted by an irresponsible son (James MacArthur) and the question of a father's obligation. Kim Hunter also stars in the drama. Premier Of U.S. Opera To Open NBC-TV Series The world premier of a now American opera — "Brigham Young" by Leonard Kaslle—will open the 12th season of the NBC Opera Company in November. Other operas to be presented in the 1960-61 season on NBC - TV will include "Boris Godunov" by Moussorgsky, "The Love of Three Kjngs" by Montemezzi and "Amahl and Uie Night Visitors" by Mcnotti. I a.m. to Qalay's Specials , p m . 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