Daily News from New York, New York on June 22, 1979 · 266
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Daily News from New York, New York · 266

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CO C. - 4?fSr "v. " Y r-.ir 1 lffDtK fffriJr fr Wfffii flJS? i'Zm ''' fffffffh Ym- '9 Richard CorkervOaily News Like any concerned mama, Ullmann is praying that Linn will make ft . . . and so is Unn. . iiV cheers her rookie daughter to victory It wasn't Yankee Stadium. Nobody fired the and whose daddy is Ingmar Bergman, play for pennant fever as the kids from "Annie" battled the ever," said nervous Liv. "I hope she does well." i-i r ut n.HU.. Unmn" !m Piiiti il Tor1r Ainu linn mqlii n nut ftirfirtr timA Kilt cVA tfioH Kids II OII1 A 1CI1ICIJ1UC1 ITlclliia in vcuutu nias, uimi uiauc an uui cf j wuiv, uk an, uivu yesterday in a Softball game to celebrate the 25th and she was on the winning team. The "Annies," . anniversary of the Broadway Show League. Liv headed by Sarah Jessica Parker, fell one run short Ullmann sweated out a close one as she watched in a seventh-inning rally to lose, 10-9. But is was rookie daughter Linn, who was born in Norway all in fun. Wasn't it, guys? Wasn't itTGuys? 4 " i - - ,i,.f.o.nilnr 3 , ! Hlfi BatWi, Richard CorteryOaily Nwc After the final out, Uv hugs Krlsten Vigard, who plays one of her children in the show, and fans cheer. Here and there: Ormandy resting comfortably Seventy-nine-year-old conductor Eugene Ormandy was resting comfortably yesterday in Pennsylvania Hospital, Philadelphia, after suffering chest pains. A Spokesman said that tests given the Philadelphia Orchestra's maestro showed "no evidence of a heart firoblem." Ormandy is expected to be released in a, ew days . . . Henry Kissinger is hopping around the globe as much as he did when he was Secretary of ' State. He'll be in-Jrusalem on July 2 to pick.upan honorary doforateJfSo Hebrew University n.ol inere-were'iiaKiTiwiBpers ine iner.ngnijpii wr.'w Stallone's Philly premiere of histStfcky II" when Mayor Frank Rizzo failed to show up. Insiders wonder if hizzoner was pouting because his one scene in the flick wound up on the cutting room"f loor. Hey, Frankie, that's show biz Flacks from Texas were steaming when they weren't asked to the opening of "Lone Star" at the Century Theater. So the producers now. say . that anyone with a Texas driver's license, cowboy boots, accent or even a yellow rose can get in, any Tuesday, at half, price . ,,. Since,JU. ..Cey Marie, . Cuomo drives a Wack Checker sedaa-r looks just like cab i- the pois. are wondering if. he'ij gei prerenl. tial treatment on the gatine jusi like taxis? The McCartney song book Every time Georgia Tech's football team hits the field, whenever Frank Sinatra sings'"One for my baby and one more for the road" and each time Vice President Mondale is greeted with "On, Wisconsin!", former Beatle Paul McCartney gets richer. That's because McCartney owns about 1,000 songs including those golden oldies and others like "Sweetheart of Sigma Chi" and "Stormy Weather" which he gobbled up in a multimillion dollar deal some years ago. No one in Georgia realized the famous fight song, "I'm a Ramblin' Wreck From Georgia Tech" was owned by a British subject And nobody in Plains, Ga., seems to caFe. Would have been downright dirty a had it been a Yankee from up Massachusetts way. Chris cooks up a partner For a while there, pals of the Carey clan were worried that Christopher Carey's venture into the posh world of elegant dining salons was headed for a flop. Chris opened Christopher's in the E.l0s right down the street from Quo Vadis after his tenure as assistant banquet manager at the Waldorf. Things were swell for a while but then the people just weren't flocking in. But now, we're tipped, Chris got himself a new partner, Michael Schwartz, whose pop used to own Schwartz's, years ago, in the financial district He also owns Michael's I. II and III downtown. He knows his onions. So, with Schwartz in the kitchen and Carey as official greeter, the place is jumping. And, believe it, it's drawing every important Democrat and member of the Carey administration. Including the gov. The food's tops. So are the prices. Bill La ForceDairy News Jackie: a new profile. Jackie's artsy gesture As she always does, Jackie Onassis stopped traffic in midtown yesterday. Jackie, perpetual superstar, drew a crowd . at Madison Ave. and 51st St as she signed a lease for space with realtor Harry Helmsley, for the Municipal Art Society. In her first venture as a tenant, Jackie leased 30.000 square feet in Villard Houses, a landmark- over which Helmsley is building the Palace Hotel. For the outdoor ceremony, Jackie came early and Hemlsley was late. Since she's getting such a deal, like $4 a square foot where others pay $30. Jackie waited graciously. After the signing, Helmsley said, "So now where's . my first month's rent?" Jackie's eyes lit up. She smiled. Helmsley added, "So. 1 11 wait" Only if it glitters? If George Washington's face starts frowning on the U.S. dollar, blame it on the Professional Employes Federation, which covers lawyers, scientists, engineers and other professional people employed by the Empire State. Everyone knows the buck is hardly worth a plug nickel these days. But what the union is asking of Gov. Carey in its new contract isn't designed to bolster confidence in our shrinking currency. Here's what the union's demanding: "Recognizing the possibility of uncontrollable inflation and the serious loss of credibility and purchasing power of (the dollar), the employer, upon the union's demand, will promptly remunerate employes in mediums of exchange other than the presently used VS. Federal Reserve Dollar. Such alternate mediums of exchange include, but are not limited to, gold, silver, platinum bullion and coin, and'or one or more foreign countries," Ouch! ititiVt r z PI 2 5 G 2! R -a

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