Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on February 1, 1975 · Page 33
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Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho · Page 33

Nampa, Idaho
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Saturday, February 1, 1975
Page 33
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Cm on Rhoda you 're a bore critic laments By 1'rank S. Swertloiv NEW YORK (UP!) - Hlioda - gel a divorce or lake a lover or shool your husband. B a b y , you've conic a long way --and now you're a bore. When Rhoda lived on Ihe Mary The Idaho Free Press The News-Tribune, each week she fell flat on her (ace. Every Salurday night, America loved its ugly ducking, and more i m p o r t a n t l y , young women loved her. They finally bad someone lo commiserate Tyler Moore show, she was an wilb. Every woman slapped in a l i v e , struggling, modern the face by life had a buddy, woman. She desperately wanled Their sorrows and joys were bourgeois America's dream of hers, marriage, a family, and a nice job. Her wisecracks hid sorrow, struggle and fear. Each week, However, that was before, Rhoda became "Uhoda." Admittedly, Miss Morgen- she reached for Ihe big prize and stern of La Belle Bronx seemed Saturday, February 1,1975 -- B-ll lo be Ihe same Rlioda of Minneapolis, M i n n . She wisecracked, she fell on her face. She was the single girl's single girl. But in New York, Rhoda slowly changed. She met and married "a fella," Joe, and Ihe a f f a i r led lo the biggest television wedding since Tiny Tim and Miss Vicki said, "1 do" on "Tonight." Now, Rhoda is married and she is settling down to television style domesticity -- situation (Continued on B13) AGAIN? HOW MANY TIMES I GOT TO SAID IT ? ... NO ROUGH STUFF f BUT HE KICK UMf FOR DER LAST TIME ···· NO K I C K I N G DER BACK VOT FEEDS GOLLY, MIT HOPELESS VONS YOU GOT TO USE DER NOODLE ···· TUT-TUT, VOMAN, ' VOT'S A COUPLE PILLOWS VEN DUTV CALLS ? HOLD DER PHOME.' OKAX soys, NOW VE iss GETTING SOMEPLACE.' ON MIT DER DANCE . r W ) c^4-/^ *

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