Abilene Reporter-News from Abilene, Texas on February 15, 1970 · Page 51
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TV Scout LAUGH TRACK THE ABJLENE REPORTER-NEWS Abilene, Texas, Sunday Morning, February 15, 1970 5-E Ruth Buzzi Will Stick With Rowan and Marten JOHNNY CARSON - nearly stole the show at Bob Heps si i, OLL V W OOD (NBA) - Da- Iimd-raising dinner for the vi(1 Steinberg, "The Music Eisenhower Medical Center at Scene's" gift to mankind (also the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel. He womankind), is set for another looked at New York's Gov. series next season. It will R o c k e f e l l e r and said, originate on different college "Governor, you said the Long campuses, or should that be Island Railroad would be the campi? . . . The '"'Mod Squad" best commuter service in the people are doing the pilot for ountrv Of course, you were another series, called (tcnta- also 'a lookout for Pearl lively) "Octopus," about the Harbor." Johnny also said he Mafia. If "Octopus" makes It, was upset when St. Christopher maybe they'll have to change was struck from the calendar of the title of their lirst show to saints. "Between the Pope and " M o d Squid" .. "Hollywood Ralph Nader I'm scared as helpFalace" has taped its last show to get in a car " and at the final-show-party, both 90. Bi " Harbach and Nick Vanoff JUNE LOCKHART, J U N E JR. and ANNE . . . debut of fourth generation of Lockbarts June Lockhart Jr. To Make TV Debut By STAN MAAYS HOLLYWOOD - When June Lockhart Jr. speaks a line o! dialogue in an upcoming "Petticoat Junction" episode on CBS-TV, the 14 ;y e a r - o l d daughter of June Lockhart will be making her acting debut. The occasion also marks Ihe official beginning of the fourth generation of Lockharts in the entertainment world. M i s s Lcckhart is the daughter of the late character actor, Gene Lockhart, the granddaughter ol John Coates Lockhart, a concert- singer. Miss L o c k h a r t ' s t w o daughters, June and Anne (1C) have actually had their baptisn of fire in a couple o! commercials made with mother a few years ago, plus a couple o "Lassie" episodes. But theii appearances were w h a directors call atmosphere; a couple of non-speaking prett faces in the background. "I CAN'T think of a belte way of making a living, comments Miss Lockhart in he positive, direct manner. "Bot my daughters want to act. Jun is the clown of the family. Oh, must mention this, she love animals. She has two dog named Laddie and Valentine and a toad named Heathcliff. "At the moment my eldest Interested in modeling, an Anne is also very good, designing." There is a togethernes evident here between a pron mother and daughters that go beyond usual parental boun And Miss Lockhart admits Ih a pending divorce from hi husband, architect John Lindsay after a marriage of years, has had much to do wi this bond between three wome The girls' father is Dr. Jo Francis Maloney, who marri J A C K S O N P H A R M A C Y 11W BUTTERNUT · FREE DELIVERY · TAX RECORD SERVICE · GIFTS I SUNDRIES · Wi WeTcom* Your P»lron»fl« PHONE ItttWt ss Lockhart in 1951. 'THE THREE of US have . me through a lot together,' ys Miss Lockhart adamantly nd we arc quite happy with way things have turned out. 've been very close. We tend concerts and avt galleries gether. We travel and enjoy e together in our beach home, oth girls have taken those telligence test evaluations at CLA and registered in the iper 10. And you should feed ese minds. "Like me, they read a lot. If I »t an interesting item in the "all Street Journal, I pass it ong to them. To give you an sample of how interested they re in gaining knowledge, when was working the Rose Parade the show is very big. RUTH BUZZI will be laughing it up on "Laugh-In" again next -- to eventually end the[year, which is happy tidings for -- · ' all you Buzzi boosters. "I think that the ones who arc quitting the show are craxy," Ruth says. "They're leaving something that's a sure thing for a gamble. And don't listen to anybody who tells you they're personally and says, 'That's a no-no.' " "President Nixon has two aims war in Vietnam and to eventually appoint a Supreme Court Justice." "I just got a telephone call. While we were sitting here, Howard Hughes bought us all." "Cardinal Cooke (who was on the dais) has a fast-rising living for m o n e y - w e ' r e album. It's called 'Wedding( makl "g a lot n °w and it gets Bells Are Breaking Up That Old be ^ tei ' every year " Gang of Mine.' " ew Year's udying at ibrary." day the they were Huntington "Can you imagine that Bing Crosby. He has seven kids and still manages to make a million with a record called 'Silent Night.' " KAY BOLGER -- who was on the program along with Crosby, Johnny Cash and Raquel Welch, followed an Oleg Cassini fashior show in which the models wore some skimpy outfits. Bolger looked at Cardinal Cooke and said, "You can look now, Your Miss Lockhart said her father ·as never pushy about her areer. She learned the trade hrough little subtleties" and smosis. But she was always llowed to make her own deci- ions. And this is the policy he's pursuing .with June and \nne. "I AM interested 1 n everything," she declared, expressing the hope that her children will be, too. "And I do something about these interests. Jecause I like politics I've ravelled with p o l i t i c a l campaigners. I've driven around with TV reporters on their news atliering assignments. I've met and talked evangelists. There's no Eminence. I'm only going to dance." Tiulh thinks that Arte.Johnson iVill be back, and maybe Alan Sues. But, she says, she's afrai1 Joanne Worley is quitting for another show. The Buzzis are a funny family. R u t h and her brother, Harold, are now co-owners of the family business -- Buzzi Memorials' -back in \Vequetcquock, Conn. Every week, she calls Harold and asks the usual absentee co- owner question. "Well, Harold, how's business?" And every week, Harold answers, "It's rocky." And every week, every miser- RUTI1 BUZZI says the quitters arc crazy field, their man was a liltlelwill star Richard Thomas of high-- he was a winner, so it "Last Summer" and "Winning" figures-- and he took one look avand be directed by Mastair Reid the Lucky Linda and said, "I of "Baby Love." may be drunk, but I'm not that| After that, Mann will produce drunk," and walked away from "After the Fall," the Arthur Miller play. He and Miller have ONE OF THE cinema's best, bee n working on it for a long screenwriters, Abby Mann, is time. They would hav-e filmed it turning producer. Like others. before . bl " the y , couldn l (md a who went that route rjeforej lrl to P la Y thc leild . Patterned Mann is doing it in self-defense. ; aftfi r Marilyn Monroe Mann He's tired of seeing what they do s ?ys he has seen hundreds of to his words-"If somebody is W^- Still nobody is set, but he going to make mistakes with my | thinks he has found her. _ stories, it might as well be me,'" he says. able week, she has to laugh. Exhibit A was his "The Detective"--"The direction was so inept that I wasn't sure those were my words, hut they were." So, anyhow, here is producer Mann with something whicV won't be called "The Pied Piper" or "The Modern Amer Iran Burial Society," although \ limit to the Address queittoni to TV Scout, Box 30, Abilene, Tex.. 79604 % Abitane Reporter-News MOVIE MANIA - Who starred in thc movie "Come Fill Thc Cup"?--Mrs. D.T., Des Molnes, Iowa. James Cagney and Phyllis has had both those names for a while It's a story he wrote ONE OF THE supporting about teen-agers and murder. I players on the new CBS "Tim 1 Comvay Show" is the airplane Tim and Joe Flynn supposedly own. The Lucky Linda is a twin- engine Beechcraft, holding eight or 10 passengers, and it wns eliberately made to look old nd seedy. Tim Conway says| 1056 No. 2nd 672-4391 with m a n y Tnaxter s t arr ed in the story of an alcoholic newspaperman who hey even painted in some bullet *· oles to give it character. Well, the two entrepreneurs vho really own it still fly it vhen it isn't needed on camera. So one day they got a call to fly ip to Las Vegas and pick up a ig winner. At the Vegas air- imagination and what you can accomplish when the seed is planted. It happens every day. I'm now in the era of ESP. I can find missing things in people's homes. It's uncanny! And I wasn't bopped on the head like Peter Hurkos. I just clear the brain of everything and concentrate." If the Lockhart offsping retain just a particle of their vibrant mother's zest for learning and living, then they are assured rewarding lives. sobers up to fight the mob. CHAD SCENE SURFING -- My sister and I have a bet. I say that Chad Everett, who plays Dr. Joe Gannon on Medical Center, was In Ihe TV scries Surf Side Six several years ago. My sister says be was In The I s l a n d e r s . Who Is rfght?-L.O. and M.O., Wichita, Kansas, Neither one. Dakotas. He was In Th Jaeh GOULlHrVG'S JEWELER 382 PINE DOWNTOWN Par 3 i Condili LOWEST GOLF EQUIPMENT PRICES IN TEXAS SHOP HERE FIRST n Excellent m for Pfay Driving Ranga Par 3 Minfolura LAZEE T GOLF CENTER COMPLETE PRO SHOP UGHTED FOR NIGHT PLAY So. !4th ol Dy«n Rd. «92-0050 9:30 A.M. lo 6 P.M. AS 1 Abilene · Cisco · Eaitland "Style-Center of Thc Big Country" 234 Pine · Downtown THE WIGMAKER Fine Quailir handmade Hairpieces from your hair or ours. Wig Wiglers. We buy hair. For more Inter- mallon write. 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