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(>uril<*ii (jly Telegram Wednenday, November 16, 1977 Page 1A The Gossip Column . By ROBIN ADAMS SLOAN Q: How did the late Bing Crosby acquire his whistle, Ihe trademark of so many of his records? — Y.T., Dallas. A: When Bing began his recording career, Columbia Records was so uncertain of how to handle him, they assigned a meager four-piece orchestra to back him up. The recording director, Ben Selvin, was even more skeptical, and advised the young hopeful not to sing at all for the second chorus — just whistle. The gimmick stuck. Q: Since his last Broadway play flopped, Tennessee Williams has been pretty quiet. Is he all washed up? — T.W., Tacoma, Wash. WTiistle Trademark: a Product of Skepticism caused by his ultra-candid autobiography. A playwright of his immense stature can never be counted out and Tennessee is trying, in fact, to rework the failed play to see if reshaping the material might salvage the project. He's also working on a screenplay based on his short story, "The Yellow Bird," at the, insistence of none other than Faye Dunaway. She'd like to star in the property. Q: What's happened to that great old actress Lynn Fontanne since her husband Alfred Lunt died? Is she still living in Wisconsin? Los Angeles. — H.T., Bing A: Hardly. Perhaps he's letting the dust settle a bit after the failure of his "Vieux Carre" last season and the stir SPECIAL OF THE WEEK DONUT SUNDAES 000 O«J EACH We Now Have Sandwiches Too New Hours: Monday-Saturday 12:00 to 9:00 Sunday 2:00 to 9:00 Ye Olde Ice Cream Parlour Adjacent to Daylight J3onut at Five Points Fontanne A: Miss Fontanne has moved to London and is living at the Dorchester Hotel to be near old friends. An amazingly gutsy move for a 90-year-old woman. Q: What's the story on those famous star caricatures lining the wall at Sardi's restaurant in Manhattan? — A.A., Charlottesville, Va. A: Through the years, several artists have sketched the faces of the famous, and these fascinating likenesses are placed in rather stratified arrangements throughout the premises. Generally, powerhouse stars decorate the main floor, while "memory- laners" adorn the second story quarters. At times, certain celebrities, in keeping with a newer look, want their caricatures changed. For instance, some years ago, Carol Channing insisted that an early, plump version of her face be removed from the wall. After some coaxing, owner Vincent Sardi Jr. acquiesced, and now a happier and more svelte Carol beams on customers from above a prime table location. Q: Neil Diamond is my favorite singer, and I've wondered why he doesn't combine a screen career with his record and TV activities. — O.G., Elmira, N.Y. A: Translating success from one medium to another is tricky business, but Neil is clearly ready to try. He's expected to make his screen debut in a contemporary version of "The Jazz Singer," the pioneer Al Jolson film which introduced sound to the movies 50 years ago. Meanwhile, you'll be hearing plenty of sound from Neil in his upcoming TV special and new record album. Williams Paint Sale 1/2 pnce on "Array of Colors" Reg. 9.99 • 25-col9r latex • Flat finish • Covers in 1 coat 1/2 price on "Array" semi-gloss, now 5.49 $ 4 off "Life". 799 § Reg. 11.99 • 100-color latex paint • Dries to flat finish • Easy 1-coat coverage • Great 8-yr durability Save $ S 4' aluminum platform ladder has safety rail. Great for house- 4 jt aa hold jobs. 153- lf| sq.in. platform. D 10Qn Nonskid feet. Re »' 19 ' 99 Time to paint? See us. USE WARDS CHARG-ALL CREDIT 275-7116 1812 E. Kansas Avenue Garden City, Kansas Q: Will Diane Keaton be rich from making "Looking for Mr. Goodbar"? — F.W., Mason City, Iowa. • A: Not really. Diane is sensational in the movie, but everyone at the studio didn't agree, initially, that she was right for the part of the promiscuous and ill-fated schoolteacher. Producer Freddie Fields had to fight to get her the role and the gamble paid off in career terms for Diane. She was paid $50,000 plus a small percentage — a relatively modest figure as star salaries go. But Diane is now busy on a Woody Allen movie and has another lined up after that. Q: I'm really looking forward to seeing Ryan O'Neal in his sequel to "Love Story." How is that movie coming? — A.I., Pittsburgh, Pa. A: Problems, problems. Bob Evans, who is producing the film, wants Erich Segal, who wrote the sequel "Oliver's Story" and is doing the screen play, to advance the lime of the book ten years. This would mean that the new movie would take up ten years after Ali MacGraw dies in "Love Story." Segal is reluctant and so far Evans has been adamant. Rumors are that the reason is Evans doesn't want to have to use film clips of Ali MacGraw, his ex-wife, in the flashbacks. If you wait a decade, Oliver wouldn't be still living with the memories of his late wife. Q: The Steve McQueen-All MacGraw marriage seemed to be such a happy one. Is their split a great sadness to the Hollywood crowd? — N.P., Seattle. A: All of Ali's friends are scared to death that the separation won't be permanent. They feel Ali ought to get out, and think that Steve's peculiar hermit-like ways are blighting her life. Robin Adams Sloan welcomes questions from readers. While Sloan cannot provide individual answers, questions of general interest will be used in the column. Write to Robin Adams Sloan, care of this newspaper. Horses Compete In American Royal KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — More than 750 of the finest U.S. and Canadian show horses and ponies are to compete through Saturday in the 79th American Royal Horse Show, which began Monday. The largest first prize in American Royal history was offered Monday night in a new class that drew the top 3-year- old three-gaited horses in the nation. Baron Von Steuben, owned by Mrs. Helen Damewood, T9ronto, Ohio, and shown by Tom Ferrebee, Bridgeport, Ohio, won $5,600 of the $15,500 purse. Second in the class, winning $4,200, was Confederate Raider, owned by Spring Hill Farm, Atlanta, and shown by Ray Pittman, Versailles, Ky. The event was sponsored by the American Royal, the United Professional Horsemen's Association and the American Saddle Horse Breeder's Association. Similar classics for the 3- year-old five-gaited and fine harness saddle-bred horses will be held tonight and Wednesday. In competition among jumpers, Prince John, an 8- year-old Appaloosa gelding owned by Robert Baker and Elzabeth Short, West Des Moines, Iowa, and ridden by Robin Brightwell, Des Moines, look the blue ribbon. Second place was captured by China town, owned by Rolling Acres Stable, Belleville, 111., and shown by Elizabeth Millard, Belleville. Supreme Hi-Lite won the fivegaited $750 stallion stake and a chance to compete in further competition. Supreme Hi-Lite is owned by Jack E. Shields, Brdgeport, Ohio, and was ridden by Tom Ferrebee, Bridgeport. Fleet 'Admiral's Commodore, owned by Dr. and Mrs. I.J. Twiehaus of Kansas City and shown by Charles Judd of Kansas City wa second in the stake class. Tender Tears, owned by Victoria Farm Mundelein, 111., and shown by BenSegalla, Mundelein, won the three- gaited class for horses 15.2 hands and under. Second in Ihe class was Among the Stars, owned by Dr. Robert Sillery, Simpsonville, Ky. Salads Costing More Some Meat Down MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) — Salads will cost more, but some good buys can be found in the meat case, according to the Kansas Farm Bureau's Shopper's Guide. The cost of both lettuce and tomatoes rose in price; lettuce increased a nickle a pound and tomatoes were up 6 cents. Other items in the produce case went down except for white potatoes, up a nickle for a 10- pound sack. Apples dropped 16 cents this week to an average price of 50 cents per pound. Red potatoes lost 9 cents to $1.20 for 10 pounds. Rib steak was off 8 cents to $1.57. T-bone dropped a nickle and sirloin lost 4 cents. Round steak rose 2 cents to $1.28 per pound. Ground beef was down a nickle a pound statewide. Showing increases this week were blade roast, up 3 cents a pound and arm roast, up 2 cents. Center cut port chops led the price rise for pork items, up a nickle a pound to $1.86. Other pork items up in price included pork steak, up 3 cents, along with sirloin roast. National brand bacon was up a penny a pound while store brands declined 3 cents to $1.39. Whole friers were down 2 cents a pound average, at 51 cents. Cut up fryers, at 61 cents, were down a penny from last week's prices. Make Reservations Now For Your Holiday Parties! CORRAL CLUB Open 7 days a Week With Live Entertainment every Wed, Fri., & Sat. Phone 275-9081 Ask for Al Williamson after 6 p.m. BIG TIRE VALUES 1/3 off Rain Grappler Radial whitewall. Our finest tire. • New aramid fiber is pound for pound stronger than steel • Radial polyester construction delivers excellent control Free mounting. TUBELESS WHITEWALL ALSO SIZE FITS BR78-13* 175R-13 ER78-14 185R-14 FR78-14 195R-14 1 GR78-14 205R-14 GR78-15 205R-15 HR78-15 215R-15 LR78-15 235R-15 REGULAR PRICE EACH $62 $75 $79 $86 $89 $94 $103 SALE PRICE EACH 41.30 50.00 52.60 57.30 59.30 62.60 68.60 PLUS F.E.T. EACH 1.99 2.41 2.54 2.69 2.79 2.96 3.28 Sizes DR78-14, HR78-14, JR78-15 also available at similar savings. NO TRADE-IN NEEDED. 'Single polyester radial ply, 5-rib tread. Rain Grappler Sale ends November 30. Save 1/3-Glass-belted Twin Guard tire. • 2 impact-resistant glass belts • 2 smooth-riding polyester plies TUBELESS BLACKWALL SIZE REGULAR PRICE EACH A78-13 $33 E78-14 $40 F78-14 $44 G78-14 $47 G78-15 H78-15 $50 SALE PRICE EACH 22.00 26.65 29.30 31.30 32.00 33.00 PLUS F.E.T. EACH 1.73 2.26 2.42 2.58 2.65 2.88 Sizes H78-14, A78-15, L78-15 also available at similar savings. NO TRADE-IN NEEDED. Whitewalls $4 more each. ' Twin Guard Sale ends December 7 Wards bias-ply 16 Low as Size A78-13 tubeless blackwall plus 1.73 f.e.t. each tire. No trade-in is necessary. Tubrluds Blackwall Size Everyday Low Price Each Plug F.E.T. Each A78-13 $16.50 1.73 B78-13 $19.50 1.80 E78-14 $22.50 2.26 F78-14 $23.50 2.42 G78-14 $24.50 2.58 B78-15 $20.00 1.70 G78-15 $25.50 2.65 H78-15 $26.50 2.88 No trade-it) needed Select used tires 5 99 and up Installed free. Sizes to fit many US cars. GO CJE'ITEH 60-exchangr prices Save 8.07 Our Go Getter 60 is maintenance free! It's designed to require Regularly 44.95 no more water! Wards top battery gives fast, sure starting in any weather. Wardi batteries start at!9.95exch. exchange Type 22F, 72. 31* OFF SOLVENT FOR WINDSHIELD Clears windshield of dirt, grime. Use all vear-round. REG. 1.19 88* Low-cost installation available. Fits most cars Save 3.00 Wards heavy-duty ! 3 /i6-in. shock. 99 each Reg. 7.99 Ride getting bumpy? Smooth it out with these rugged shocks. Each has hard-working oversized l 3 /is" piston. SAVE 78* REPLACE YOUR AIR FILTER NOW Do it yourself 188 and save more. X Lets your engine breathe easy. 2 - 66 Lube and oil change. 599 Filter extra. Cart without zerk fitting* extra. Complete chassis lubrication and oil change with up to 5 qts. of 10W40oil. Helps assurelonger-wearingparts. SAVE AT WARDS LOW PRICES-USE CHARG-ALL CREDIT We care about your car. 1812 E. Kansas Avenue Garden City, Kansas 9:00 - 5:30 Monday thru Saturday

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