Daily News from New York, New York on October 20, 1992 · 232
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Daily News from New York, New York · 232

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Tuesday, October 20, 1992
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And the really galling part is that it was Bernhard who introduced the twosome. v "There is such a thing as loyalty," Bernhard said on Stern's syndicated radio show. Bernhard subjected herself to the Stern interrogation to plug her one-night show Nov. 21 at the Paramount Theater at Madison Square Garden. Meanwhile, the character she plays on "Roseanne" will take a turn for the perverse this season. If Dan Quayle didn't like Murphy Brown, he'll flip when Sandra's character, Nancy, starts a romantic entanglement with Morgan Fairchild. Love will bloom during the November sweeps. Financier and art collector Asher Edelman and his now ex-wife, Penny, maintained a cordial but chilly relationship during the last years of their marriage. But after Edelman sought a divorce so that he could marry his -I - rV f . j .JA lijLmm Oliver North Opens his wallet for school Brazilian mistress, the tenor of the relationship turned downright arctic, according to Edelman's former major-domo, or household manager, Desmond Atholl. Before the divorce became finalized, Asher and Penny spent one last Christmas together in Sun Valley for the sake of their children. "A few days before Christmas, Asher hurt his back skiing and was in considerable pain," writes Atholl and his co-author in "At Your Service: Memoirs of a Major-Domo," out soon from St. Martin's. Atholl continues: "I had two options for transporting him to the doctor's office: Asher's jeep or Penny's wagon. I felt the comfort of the wagon was more desirable under the circumstances." But when Atholl asked if he could take Penny's car rather than the bumpy Jeep, Penny answered: "I wish I could help but I've got an appointment',' XPi h: strove; off; to ;hjer Sandra Bernhard She's ditched and bitter health club, Atholl claims. The Edelmans, however, were some of Atholl's most pleasant employers in the 20 or so years the Brit spent as a major-domo. One of the less pleasant clients was a wealthy Fifth Ave. widow named Etka Schwartz. One day, wearing $10,000 worth of jewelry and clothes, the woman complained that Atholl was using too much marmalade on his scones and that the household was going through too many paper towels. She rationed the major-domo to one teaspoon of marmalade a day, and asked him to tear up old bed sheets to use instead of paper towels. Lt. Col. Ollie North seems to be doing well. The latest annual report from the oh-so-exclusive Foxcroft boarding school for girls in Middle-burg, Va., lists the retired cold warrior as a parent and a donor. Ollie is in the so-called "half-hour group" who gave between $260 and $519, the cost of running the school from 30 to 59 minutes. The ancient school is known for its sleeping porches, its fox hunting, and its precision drill teams. The mystery over Maria Maples' seven-carat diamond engagement ring has been solved. I reported last week a couple days after her engagement to Donald Trump was called off that Donald got the ring back three months ago after they had a quarrel. But the other day, another column reported that Maria was wearing the ring. How can Maria be wearing the ring, if Donald has it? Easy. There are two rings. A fake was made for everyday use so Maria wouldn't have to worry about losing the bauble or having it stolen. Rest assured, the one that Donald has is the real one. Maria has the zircon. And Maria should check the title on the $60,000 Accura he gave her. The registration is in her name, but that doesn't necessarily mean that she's the owner. Had to laugh reading the new Styles section in the Sunday New York Times. The caption under a photo of former porn queen Annie Sprinkle, described her as a "performance artist." Maybe the editors of the Old Gray Lady of 43d St. aren't aware of how Annie got her last name, but I'm sure most of the blushing brides pictured in the back of the section are hip enough to know it has something to do with water sports, hi k-s . e ; r. i

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