Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on February 8, 1975 · Page 37
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Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho · Page 37

Nampa, Idaho
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Saturday, February 8, 1975
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mm f _^ 'I'lwlilahol'ree Press The News-Tribune, iliii-day.Febnmi-.vfl 1975 More from Our Man on Broadway · Continued fro ·· " " (Continued from 1IHI Hurry's philosophy is on the cither foot, he feels it's only fair that he get his rightful sharp Debbie, on the "solelul" side, swears on a slack of her Burbank Bibles that she doesn't have thai kind of dough. And (hat for the last iwo years every cent she's earned from her play, "Irene," lias gone to paying oft Harry's bills, her bills, and supporting her two children ·I- -t- +· Can you imagine rugged actor CIIAHLES BRON'SON wearing ;i dross? ? lie confessed lo me that as a child things were so tuugb thai ho had to slarl school in dresses outgrown by his older sister. + + + One of Las Vegas' top performers docsn'l want it known, but he did get a little nip 'n' tuck recently. So whatever you do, the next time you see him perform DON'T 'tell him how much younger he looks. And for pity's sake, don't let! him I told you. I'll hale for him to think (hat all doctors and nurses have big mouths -- even those at hospitals out of town. And most of all, don't tell him that his biggest mistake was paying his bill with a check bearing the symbol nf the instrument he has made so famous. The nurse forgot to tell me how outrageous his I'.J.'s were. ·(-+- + Everybody wants T A T U M O'NEAL to do another movie But f a t h e r H Y A N is discouraging her from doing anything else preferring for her lo have a normal childhood. He's (Continued on 1)151 / T H I S \S } T\ { FOR YOU / 1 ^ ,\ -/ by Paul Sellers / HAPPY I BIRTHPAY / IT9 WTIFUL, PARUNG / Tm. Reg U S P«l 01 .-All rlghtt r«serv»d 01975 by United Failure Syrxjicile. Inc. / ..ANP rr Frns (^PERFECTLY! I FOUNP A i\9T OF THAT A FEW AGO HOW PIP YOU KNOW WHAT SIZE TO GET? -90 I JUST ADPEP TEN PER CENT FOR INFLATION

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