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Portsmouth Times (Newspaper) - February 21, 1956, Portsmouth, Ohio FOKTSMOPTB TIMES. FOETSMOCTK. QUO T'CESDAT. Radio And Television By JOHN CROSBY Why Not A Stock Company? "Why doesn't somebody finally do something .about the idea of creating acdnj permanent television Actors Stadio was one of the best dramatic series ever on the air and one was probably asks Richard years ahead of Its time.) "Waal Pack in do in Omi Isowe to my limited riety. "I t'shatperience in television and been talked extensive experience in the theater, j Crwb7 from one ol about for a long time 'now perhaps it would kick :n o w would be to di- few hundred thou- sand dollars thote epics called specs and invest it instead in the talent of some good young actors, In the long run it might be a more profitable investment than a spectacular which is air today and gons tomorrow. Talent is a more precious and durable commodity. The theater and the motion pic- tares television are drawing dividends today, 20 years after the Group Theater, because of the influence that fine company of actors had on American acting and techniques." iiuggestion and very practical IT'S A FINE alio, I think, a one. Long ago. it teemed ob- vloul to everyone except the people run the business that the comedian once a week, time, same station was not icing to last the course. ThU becomes more painfully ap- parent every day except to the sponsor, the agency and the .net- work, who are going to fight it out along this line until Perry Como beats Jackie Gleason (which where the ensemble would be more important that the Individual (although each individual might have his personal drawing with different ma- terial and different types of ma- terial every week, could be quite draw. The Influence not only of the Theater but all group on all forms of drama has incalculable. I've just been looking over the biography of Daniel Mann, one of the best of the reeled Drama Festival, Max Reinhardt Drama tuaght American T-h r Wing Actors prbduced tele- vision drwnu." 't- were group I make tremendous preparations. We used to sit around for hours and with the actors so we'd know what we could do. "When 1 first got to Hollywood, I'd tell all those stagehands and to go sit over there. Well, they'd made pictures for 30 years and they didn't like it much. I was real unpopular. For the first rehearsals of Til Cry Tomor- fow' the cameramen w e r e n't around. I didn't want the cameras to come between me and the ac- tors. Tien the cameramen came to rehearsals. Armed with my dra- knowledie of the screenplay I mean armed because out there those and it's war I'd confer with (the cameramen) jve them the freedom to make their decisions." MANN LEARNED SOME ol this much more in The great thing in television but group enterprises. about group theater is that the actors get to know1 the playwrights' problems anb the playwrights get to know actors' problems and the directors get to know both sets of problems. Everyone, in short enriches everyone else. "What I learned in television is an enormous asset to Mann says. "Preparing the camera work, painting with a camera, the movement and mobility of the cameras, cutting simultaneously- all that came out of television." Another thing that came out of television is Mann's economy. For "Come Back, Little Sheba" he shot only feet of film 10.000 feet of which was the finished pic- shoot hun- thousands of feet of tore. dreds film.) T At the moment Mann is in Japan to shoot the movie ver- Teahouse of the August Moon" with Marlon Brando. It'll can Pictar About tn GAT Experts On Radio To Air Science 1 Three Stations On Program Of Tcllinf About Chemislrr THESE GOOD.TAR ATOMIC FOUC are taking outlining tht marvels of Rail Strike FRETTV TELEVISION STAR PoUy Bergen, 25. is shown with her husband. Freddie Fields. S. vice president of Music. Corp- rf America in a York club after their rnanriase in Fairfax. Va They plan to honeymoon in Triaidad next moothJ (UP Telcphoto.) A lerlei of radio tinned at on WNXT-ABC following the basketball games at At Record High SEREVEPOHT, La. Consoli- dated ".avenues and net income of Texas Eastern Transmissjco Corp. American Chemical Society head- rerched record in IMS, the quarters in New York. company reported today. Consolidated net income for the year was equal to 12.11 General Tire'55 Earnings Increase AKRON, Ohio Wt-General Tire and Rubber Co. earned a record in the year ended Nov. 30, an increase of 115.5 per cent over the previous year, the com- any announced Monday. The earnings do not include af- _liates in Canada, Mexico, Eu- rope, South Africa or South Amer- ica, nor RKO Teleradio Pictures, the company's radio, TV and c shot in Japan, ys: "Japan Teleradio'5 profits were 69, President William O'Neill said. General's sales were an increase of over 1954, previous year in the com- 40-year history. The earnings represented share of In- cluding Teleradio, it amounted to 7.8S per share. Qn Hostages'' on practical in "Suspense" tonight "The Girl .ABC WNXT M.J WCOL S-OO WPAY HtPOrteT Lowell 7-00 Curt Curt Cto.by Murrow TUESDAY NilOHT WNXT Muiic Walte Hoyt Mont nuiuii. Grant 3 Star Extra ATKOI n. Anay Don Don Do" "Don Don Don Don WNXT Bill Stern Tournament Tournament Tournament Tournament Tournament Tournament Tournament Tournament Tournament Tournament Bishop Sheen Bishop Sheen Bandstand Bandstand Bandstand 1JW Bandstand laW 1MO Bandstand 1180 Bandstand Saxle DoweH Saxle Dowell Saxle Dowell, Lone Ranxer rujBWti Peffv'Como World Now World Now Draitnet DraRnet Treajury Afent Treaiurv Ci.co Kid Cisco Kid Theater Theater Theater News ol World 720 Club 720 Club 720 Club Fibber Tan Club Fan Club Molly Saxlo Dowen Saxle DoweU Saxle Dowell World Now World Now Music Muiic Muito 1 :00 7-30 SoorU Minic 7IS Ohio Reporter Newt-CBS SilX Blrthdiv dub Call to Worihlp Meditation Nelfhbor Nellhbor CmlllW 9 SO Nellhbor Neldhbor CalUnK Arthur Godfrer Arthur loiso Arthur Oodfrej Arthur Godfrey 1380 Bandlitand WEDNESDAY MORNING New. WN3CT Burnt Burnt Saxie DoweU Saxle Dowell Saxte Dowell Newi-DeWeete TX' Club St M.ry Semln. Club Club Everybody'. Ch. ISO Club News; Toant Toast Cotfee News: Coffee Praver Period 700 Limited News wwrr Toast Coffee Toast Coffee- Coffee Breakfast Club Breakfast Club Breakfast Club Breakfwt dub party Line Line A Girl Marrlej WhisperinK St 700 Limited" 700 Limited 700 Limited 700 Limited Back To Bible Back To Bible Edith Hawjon Mu.lc. RTO Mary McBftde way Way Way Bill Bill Evan. Bill Bill Bill Bill Bill Cliff Johrnon Cliff Johnton US True Story True Story Meet The Band Mary Elaine WEDNESDAY AFTEBNOON luUetln Board Strike It Rich Strike It Rich Phrase T't McGee Molly Story Time Queen for a Queen for i Day KeaueiU BacK.tar.Wile Burton Brighter Aunt Jenny Houie Home 3-30 Mark Spencsr Mark Spencer Mark Spenctr Mark Spencer Mark Spencer Mark Spencer 5-00 Mark Mark Spencer 5-30 Ohio Go Round 5J45 Mark Spencer WPAY SoWo Reporter Review Lowell C-irt Mauey Curt Manoy Bind Croeby Edvr Murrow My Son Jew Johnny DolUr nn FBI Newi Andy Amoi N' Andy Paul Harvey Ted M alone Club 1160. Club 1S60. Club 1KB CublMO ClublMO Music Hall Music Hull Music Hall Music Hull Teen HOD Teen HOD Music Hall Music Hall Drive Drive Diwion Drive "Til Tjwn Town Queen For Day QDeen For Day Rollin' Along Rollin' Mont Bill Thall Show Bill Thall Show Roilin' Albnf RolUn' Alone Rolltn' Along- Rollin' Along Cedric Foster Farm Dtxeit News Lounsbury Lounsbury Lounsbury New. Ernie Simon Ernie Simon Ernie Simon Rt to Stella Earl NKht'tale Earl NlKhfKale Widder Brown Pepper Woman House Lorenzo Jones Music Rollln' Alonf WEDNESDAY NIGHT WNXT Minlc Mite. Waite Hoyt J Star Etxra Don Fenrii Don Ferrtx Don Ferris OU Don Ferri. Don BUI Stern Tournament Tournament Tournament Tournament Tournament Tournament Tournament Tournament Tournament Tournament News, fight Fight right Fight Bandstand 1M Bandatand 1MO Bandttand 1180 Bandstand 11N Lone Ranger Lone Ranger Uorgtn Beatty 1 Farm Conversation People Here Dean Earl Brickhoute Brlckhouu Saxle Dowtn Bill Evan. Bill Gabriel Hearter Perry Como Gangbusten Ganibustera 710 Club Oub Best of Graueho Beit of Qroucbo 710 Qub Rollin' Along 710 dub Rollin' AIOBC 710 dub ot World McGee Molly Rollln'Alont Rollln' Alone- 700 Limited TOO Limited Saxle Dowell Saxto Dowen Saxle DoweD Saxte Minion Midnlte DowJl Minion Mldnlte Saxie Knra maceuticals. Dramatize Gkemiitry The tapes. called "Objectives in Chenjistn'." dramatizations c! major events or discoveries in .the Cicld of chemistry. The tapes and scripts are pro- vided on a weekly basis from a share on common shares outstanding at yearend. This represented an increase of 29 per cent over net income of 986.145, or a share on 023 common shares in 1954. ConsoUdated operating revenues of for 1955 compared with operating revenues of for the previous year. The company attributed the in- crease in earnings principally to the greated volume of natural gas handled by Texas Eastern during the year and further utilization of underground gas storage facilities near Pittsburgh. The programs were started this month. Goodyear employes doing the iscrfpt narration for February are: Jim Hailis Portsmouth; R. J, Frwiman, Waverly. and Louise Vayiutl, Qiillicothe. S. D. Schneider, an employe of as of Who Passed Whom? CINCINNATI school bus driver was arrested Monday by county police. The charge? It was illegal passing of a school bus. Patrolman Bernard Henson said Harry Williamson, 65, operating a St. Vivian School bus, passed a halted Finneytown School bus near here. Atomic, has served liaison for the locul chapter the American Chemical Society. He said several high school au- in the area considerable interest Television Programs WIAZ-TV Ckanael 3 Fortune Soldier lye Picture Grind Ole Opry Dinah Shore Martha Raye 9-00 Fireside Theatre Mr. D A. Hud Tonlfm WBNI-TV II t-M Wild Bill Hlckok Name Tune Milton Navy Meet Millie Circle Theater IM.OOO Queitlon Bob Armchilr WTVN-TV Channel I 6'05 TSO Warner Broi Wyatt Earp Room For Daddy Theater Danger Assifnm t Homer Bell Reporter Home Theater WLWT.TV Cbunel t thOO Annie Oakley TUESDAY NIGHT Walter Ruby Wrtlht Dinah Shore News Caravan Milton Berle Fireride Circle Theater City Detective Three City Final Lei Paul Runyon at Nlftit Tonifht WCPO-TT ckuael Hit Parade Broadway Warner Wyatt Earp Room For Dad A Andy Theater Playhouse Theater WCH8-TV Chaanel S Weatherman Douf Rangr Rider Phil Nivy Lor Meet Millie Red Skelton IM.OOO Oueitioa Trust Wife Late Show Dinceland N Kukla, Fran. Ollle John Warner Wyatt Earp Danny Theatre Wreitllnf Weather Huntlngton WLW-C-TV Channel1 I Young MceJn' Time Walter Ruby Wria-hl Dinah Shore News Caravan Milton Berle Fireside Cricle Theater City Detective Three-City Let Paul Tonifht Local WKRC-TV Channel 11 Little Headline CBS Victory At Sea Movie Theater Phil Silver Navy Lot Meet Mime Red Skelton Queitlon Stories Front Pafe Home Theater have shown in the prc DJK EXCLUSIVE TABLE LIGHTER RIOULAR VALUII A lodiy M HUGE SAVINGS yw. Thb gftgtmit ricMy foifc- ioxtd STCHINC fable tighter can't be duplicated far led fhca mrj- wbere. want far yemetl (iff Htmrf IN TODAY AarllgatoK 837 GALLIA ST. ;