Television: Review

Matinee Theatre: Once the Democrats' most eligible spinster, Margaret Truman Daniel, 33, of New York and Independence, Mo., returned to show business (after a 1½-year absence) to star in her first live TV drama. The play that caught Margaret's fancy: Iris, the story of an eligible spinster, aged 31, who refused to rush things with her undependable steady (Ray Montgomery). "Like a cake in the oven," she tells him, "you open the door too soon, you ruin it." In the end, though, Iris bravely chucked the cad when she realized he was not returning...

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