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Delaware County Daily Times (Newspaper) - August 6, 1975, Chester, Pennsylvania fHQW 70 V TMME ENJOV THE HUNTING LESSON, SPORT W y. NOBLE FALCON. W[ KINGS. I'LL RELEASE PIGEON... AFTER DIANA.'" WELL, HOW Y COMIN' SOT TO ABOUT SOME S SOUNDS ORDERS RIGHT EAT? NICE CHICKEN B.C. TA OJftVED UWE. He SHAKIEST CXSWOCE CAPTAIN EASY OKAY, T 6UT SETS IW HER 60 TROUBLE OR WEEPS SULK IW HELP, SHE'P BETTER. JUWcH-E; A NOT EXPECT M6 TO COME RUNWIN0; THAT SCREAM 5 SHE TROUBLE! BARNEY GOOGLE and SNUFFY SMITH WE LOOK SORTA DOWN IW TH' DUMPS TODAY, I JEST HIT AW QLL-TIME-LOW, SILAS-i CflUSE I JEST HIT AW ALL-TIME HIGH PRISOLLA'SPOP THAT MEANS JUST ONE YOU'VE BEEN. ON A-SPENDING- SPREE WHAT DID YOU BUY TIME GOOD IDEA.' THE TICKETS ARS FOR TOMORROW I'LL SETTING WOULD YOU LIKE TOSOTOTHE THEATER SHORT RIBS 'JIM RINSO IS OVER AT THE SALOON HES "THE LOCAL INSURANCE BROKER 'WWOS THAT FELLOW TOSSING CONFETTI ATTHHSHER1FP? UfE INSURANCE POLICY If FRIENDS and ROMANS HE O A IMTHE 6PWNKLER 5AW 3AW5 The Kid makes a comback Off Broadway NEW YORK The Come- back Kid, Eddie Fisher, gets asked a lot of idiotic questions, but none worse than mine. -If you had two free hours, which of your ex-wives would you rather watch perform Debbie Reynolds, Liz Taylor or Connie Good question, right? I thought he was kidding. He assured when I checked back 48 hours later that he wasn't. "Not he said. "She's a great entertainerbut I don't care for her as a person. She's fooled the world a long time." My hand got palsy. What would Debbie think of me, her Broadway chum who got her into many a benefit? "Uh, Eddie, "I said. continued Eddie in firm manner, "is not what she appears to be. I see her, I have to, I can't avoid it. No, I'm not kidding, Earl." I looked at his drink. It was soft. In a panic to get off the Debbie subject, I said. "No, not he said. "You don't like her I asked. But Eddie's eyes became as soft as a one-minute egg. "She was the love of my he sighed. "But I never thought of her as a performer. "It would be he said. Trees "I don't care what kind of reviews she gets, I'd rather see Connie, she's my best girl friend." "Did Connie get married Eddie glared, but with a smile behind it. "Now who's Connie gonna marry after me? I could have suggested 15 or 20 guys but I was in enough trouble already. Eddie, now 46, looking little changed, will be singing at the Concord in the Catskills. Why don't you call him there, Debbie collect? THE MIDNIGHT EARL. A cloudburst broke over midtown Manhattan about a.m. as Marc Allen Trujillo was finishing a big show at Gypsy's with his idol, Jule Styne, and Joe Kipness in the audience. Many were stranded but Americana Hotel boutiquier Tommy De Maio took off his shirt, waded in the street and got a cab for the B.W. and me. At Copain, where 20 customers were unable to get out, the proprietor served free cham- pagne. George Jessel will be a judge of the Miss Nude America contest at Naked City, Roselawn, Ind., Saturday, Aug. 2... Roone Arledge will be exec producer, and Rupert Hitzig of to Previous Puzzle King-Hitzig Productions will be producer, of "Saturday Night Live" with Howard Cosell Fawne Harriman, a NY ac-, tress, grand-niece of Averill Harriman, is featured in Cleveland in "Under the Yum Yum Tree." Truman Capote'll have a featured role in the Neil Simon- Ray Stark film "Murder by Death" Jane Fonda (and husband Tom Hayden) saw the movie featuring ex-husband Roger Vadim and his new gal Sirpa Lane ACROSS 1 Shade tree 4 Kind of palm 3 Date tree 12 Green vegetable 13 Not closed 14 Reed instrument 15 Participle suffix 16 Citrus fruit 18 Kind of shoe 20 Spirited horse 21 Lubricate 22 Grafted (her.) 24- According to 25 Great Lake 26 Letter 29 Wtles 31 Occupant 33 Removes 34 Correcjb 35------Vegas Nevada 36 Units of reluctance' 38 Medical doctors (ab.) 39 Gorman one 40 Adioctival suffix 41 Remain 44 Entertainers 43 Swamp trees 50 Fruit of certain trees 51 Italian city 52 Counsel (dial 53 Diminutive suffix 54 Antique car (pi 55 beraint's wife 56 Number DOWN 1 Roof ornaments 2 Feminine name 3 Trees with large flowers .1 Constituting ;i Cowry 5 Close Inend (2 1 b Wore strained 7 School subiect lab) 8 Gate (Fr.l 9 Boy's nickname 10 Solitary 11 Reward (poet.) 17 High regard 19 Clock faces 23 Opposite of days, (coll.) 24 Invisible emanation 25 German city 26 Pacific island ttfcf 27 Finishes 28. Latin conjunction (pl I 29 Jellylike substance 30 Weirder 32 Forest (Latin) 37 Yeas! 39 Rims 40 United by melting 41 America (iib.) 42, Foundation 43 Preposition 45 Middle (comb form vat gun 49 Native metal Daily Times correspondents ALDAN Mrs. Ema Lou Rodini, 5237 Springfield Road. Clifton Heights. MA 3- 0793.. ASTON Mrs. Dorthea Reynolds, 2150 Springhouse Lane, Bridgewater Farms. 494-2078. BETHEL Mrs. Eileen Shnmo. 1627 S. Garnet Mine Road, Boothwyn. BIRMINGHAM Mrs. Phoebe Copes, 116 Grist Mill Road, Glen Mills. GL 9-8446. BROOKHAVEN Brela Chandler, 26 Norman St., Aston. 497-1099. CHESTER HEIGHTS Mrs. Joan Daniels, 16 Glen View Drive, Glen Mills. GL 9-0677. CHESTER TOWNSHIP Patricia Mongers, 2333 Orchard Lane, Boothwyn. HTJ 5-3753. CLAYMONT Mrs. Anita Ban-as, 141 Harbor Drive, Apt. 7, Claymont. CLIFTON HEIGHTS Mrs. Ema Lou Rodini, 5237 Springfield Road, Clifton Heights. MA 34793. COLWYN Mrs. Theresa Scully, 232 High St., Sharon Hill. LE 3-5923. COLLINGDALE Mrs. Linda Reilly, 410 Netherwood Lane, Upper Darby. FL 2- 8341. CONCORD Mrs. Eileen Shorao, 1627 S. Garnet Mine Road, Boothwyn. HU 5-6428. DARBY Mrs. Theresa Scully, '232 High St., Sharon Hill. LU 3-5923. DARBY TOWNSHIP Joseph S. An- derson. 429 Westmont Drive, Collingdale. 583-3991. DREXEL HILL Mrs. Linda Reilly, 410 Nettienvood Lane, Upper Darby. FL 2- 8341. EAST LANSDOWNE Mrs. Ema Lou Rodini. 5237 Springfield Road, Clifton Heights. MA WT793. EDDYSTONE Mrs. Barbara Ormsby, 402 Milmont Ave., Milmont Park. LE 2- 5413. EDGMONT Ms. Patricia Cofiell, 51W. Forge Road, Glen Mills. GL 9-3818. FQLCROFT Mrs. Clara Sacks, 1570 ElmwoodSt., Folcrofl. LU 6-5706. GLENOLDEN Mrs. Ruth Blssex, 606 Seneca Ave., Norwood. 2-5694. HAVERFORD Mrs. Ruth Turner, Chatham Farm, Edgmont (R.D. 1. Newtown EL W904. LANSDOWNE Mrs. Ema Lou Rodini, 5237 Springfield Road, Clifton Heights. MA 3-0793. LOWER CHICHESTER Mrs. Kay Tyson, 167 Harvey Road. Llnwood. HU 5- 5240. Dick Horton, 4260 Bethel Road, Boothwyji. HU 5-3839. MARCUS HOOK Mrs Ruth Dooley, 821 Church St., Marcus Hook. HI! 5-0927. MARPLE Ed Hercer, 2212 Clover Drive. Broomall. EL 6-7934. MORTON Mrs. Helen Morrison, 708 Agnes Ave., Morton. KI3-1722. MEDIA Mrs. Helen Passaro, 361 Farnum Road, Media. LO 64948. MIDDLETOWN Mrs. Lynn Rankin, 3 Man O'War Drive, Lima. 5654627. MTLLBOURNE Mrs. Linda Reilly, 410 Netherwood Lane, Upper Darby. FL 2- 8341. NETHER PROVIDENCE Mrs. Marion Logue. 620 Yale Ave., Swar- thmore. KI 3-4522. NEWTOWN Mrs. Gretchen Sch- woebel. 114 Linberg Ave., Broomall. 353- 0199. NORWOOD Mrs. Ruth Bissex, 606 Seneca Ave., Norwood. LE 2-5694. PARKSIDE Patricia Mengers. Orchard Lane. Boothwyn. HU 5-3753. PROSPECT PARK Mrs. Ruth Bissex, 606 Seneca Ave., Norwood. LE 2-5694. RIDLEY PARK Mrs. Barbara Orm- sby, 402 Milmont Ave., Milmont Park. LE 2-5413. RIDLEY TOWNSHIP Mrs. Barbara Ormsby, 402 Milmont Ave., Milmont Park. LE 2-5413. ROSE VALLEY Mrs. Marion Logue, 620 Yale Ave., Swarthmore. KI 3-4522. RUTLEDGE Mrs. Helen Morrison, 708 Ave., Morton. KJ 3-1722. SHARON HILL Mrs. Clara Sacks, S570 Elmwood Ave.. Folcroft. LU 6-5706. SPRINGFIELD Helen Morrison, 706 Ave., Morton. KI SWARTHMORE Mn. Marlon Logue, SXi Yale Ave., Swtrtbmore. KI 3-4522. THORNBURY Mrs. Phoebe Copes, m Mill Rotd, Glen GL TIN1CUM Mrs. Ruth Bluex, 606 Seneca Ave., Norwood. LE 2-ttM. TRAINER Mrs. Rutt Dooley. 821 Church St., Marcus Hook. HU UPLAND Patricia Mengcrs, 2333 Orctwrd Boothwyn. HU 5-3753, UPPER CHICHESTER Mrs. Kay Tyson, 167 Harvey Road, Unwood. HU 5- 5240. Dick Horton, 4MO Bethel Road, BooUiwjn. HU MM. UPPER DARBY Mn. Until Reilly. 410 NecherwMd Urn, Upper Darby. PL 2- UPPER PROVIDENCE Mrs. Hetoi PMMTO, Ml Farmm RMd, Media. LO 6- YEADON Mn. TOTH Scully, ZB Slade, the English rock group, had 'em dizzy at the Essex House, ordering 'beer and sending it back because it was cold; they wanted it English- Efrem Zimbalist, Jr.'ll add ASCAP to his FBI initials; he writes chamber music Director Ken Russell wants Neil Diamond to star in a George Gershwin film bio The Bantam paperback of "Jaws" went into its 33rd printing 8 lk million copies.. .The Hudson Brothers are touringwith "TheWizardofOz" (playing the Tin Man, Lion and Scarecrow and Margaret Hamilton again as the Wicked I'D RATHER BE LIGHT TODAY'S BEST LAUGH: There's a new diet that lets you eat huge helpings of everything at breakfast, lunch and dinner. Breakfast's on Sunday' lunch on Wednesday and dinner on Friday. WISH I'D SAID THAT: It's become a question of which will drop first, prices or consumers. REMEMBERED QUOTE: "A bargain is a ludicrous transaction in which each party thinks he has cheated the other." From Harper's Weekly, 100 years ago. EARL'S PEARLS: The late Joe E. Lewis claimed reports of his drinking were "If I drink a quart, they say it's a gallon. And when I drink a gallon, they say I'm drunk." Man is a strange critter, notes Bob Kasparian: "Our astronauts and Russia's travel to outer space to shake hands but most of us haven't bothered to meet the people in the next apartment." That's earl, brother. Just he needs lor week- ends, it now.' Please him with the newest in casual pood looks sporty top or Crochet ot knlttine worsted in easy shell stitch. Pattern 73S4: Men's Sizf-s 10-i2 included. Send for each pattern, Add for each pattern for first-class mall and sptcial handling. Send to AtlM Del. Co. Daily TinM, ill Nuodlecraft Dept., Box Itt.'' Old Chelsea Station, X.' Y. 10011. Print NMM, Addrm. Zip,
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