The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 3, 1968 · Page 163
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 163

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Sunday, November 3, 1968
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and almost $250,000 for the American Red Cross. Ed and his wife, the former Sylvia Weinstein, live at Hotel Delmonico on Park Avenue, where he conducts his newspaper It was the 1947 Madison Square Garden Harvest Moon Ball that started Ed and the Sullivan Show on television. CBS network was interested in Ed and arranged a conference. The result was one of the longest running and most popular programs. Sullivan also has staged numerous charity shows throughout the United States and the world. During World War II he helped raise $226,500 for Army Emergency Relief and television ventures. n ERj (J HORIZONTAL:: Order (Latin) Alan or Donna He seems to go on forever. His Sunday night show is one of the longest running on television. And it invariably does well in the ratings. Edward Vincent Sullivan, recently 66, has introduced more than 25,000 performers and has won several awards in the more than 20 years. But his years in show business go back more than 35 and his years in journalism go back almost 50 he started as a $10 a week reporter for the Port Chester (N. Y.) Daily Item. He became a sports reporter for the New York Evening Mail (age 18), and later worked for almost half a dozen other newspapers. It was after his shift from sports to writing a Broadway column that he came into contact with big names in show business (a field he entered himself in the early 1930s). On his radio show, "Broadway's Greatest Thrills," which began in 1932, Ed introduced to the airwaves such voices as Jack Benny, Irving Berlin, George M. Cohan, Jimmy Durante, Frances Langford and Flo Of interest to Mundyl Hop's kiln Reply to Judd? Jed to Elly May Atmosphere Western state Home Mine entrance Miss Talbot Beatty Judd s court I 2 3 4 15 I 16 17 IS 19 110 n nTi nr 14 I l 5" 16 r"ii7 jTT 20 1 12I 22 H 23 24 25 126 127 I lV 29 30 131 35 36 pi 38 1 139 l-J J 40 4 42 I 4l 44 I 45 I46 Ui 48 49 1 IbU "bl 52 53 ""154 55 M I 1 r H I I Bean or Welles Daktari rale for Cheryl Miller Motive Attended on Adroit Director Lupino Hindu queen Poem Gleason, Nabors and others Worn by Marshall Crown Cannonball depot (ab.) Serlinq Sought by Don'l Boone Withdrawn Lamb's pen name The Flying Approach Comedian Miss Duke lanited opponent (ab.) Streets (ab.) Drunkard Place for Hoss' host Singer Shore Footlike part TV zoo animal Not told by Mark Wedloe Operate Rot flax Do this at Delmonico's Arid TV programs can change without Sesame Carroll or Crowley j 28 32 1 33 1 3 A 35 3 37 1 38 1 39 1 40 1 43 1 1 1 50 I 51 54 Mr. Wynn's first name 56 Corsaut 57 Siouan Indian College cheer Mr. Buttons Boundary line Serpent TV script necessity Is able Brazilian tapir IIMIIUIS IWI Mil nitcii 45 Miss Alberghetti. " 46 Male deer 47 Window part 36 49 Steven Cord, for 37 instance (ab.) " 51 Roman bronze 53 Note for Welk 55 Monogram for Mr. .1 Ormandy Place for TV ice show Capital of Latvia Barbora Low sand hill Ben A" See Answer Page 29. TV L 20 All Florida Magazine

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