They had trouble in River City when Marty Ingels Marty Ingels (born Martin Ingerman on March 9, 1936[1] in Brooklyn, New York) is best known as the voice of many cartoon characters and commercials, including Paul Masson wines, with his scratchy, unique voice. , Jones’ husband, wants to give her a statue and a park for her birthday, but Smithton, Pa., city officials don’t want to have to maintain them.

“Our entire city budget is $35,000. I know the car Marty drives is worth more than that,” said Fred Foster, president of the City Council.

Ingels is fed up with the town of 400, about 30 miles from Pittsburgh, and may put the statue at new chum new chum


Austral & NZ archaic informal a recent British immigrant  in China trip

Jack Valenti, Hollywood’s super salesman, was surprised to find that the Communist media czar who has been keeping American movies out of China is a fan of Clark Gable and Bing Crosby.

Valenti, the head of the Motion Picture Association of America, sat down to tea with splitsville splits·ville  

adv. & adj. Slang

In or into a state of separation or breakup: a couple that was splitsville after 12 years of marriage.


irreconcilable differences The existence of significant differences between a married couple that are so great and beyond resolution as to make the marriage unworkable, and for which the law permits a Divorce. .” They’ve been wed three years with no kids. Arnold, 39, met Champnella, 25, when she was a college student in Michigan.

Network gets Clinton to talk to Dan Rather

impeachment impeachment, formal accusation issued by a legislature against a public official charged with crime or other serious misconduct. In a looser sense the term is sometimes applied also to the trial by the legislature that may follow.  episode and what children should be told about it.

The veteran CBS anchorman made the president laugh in asking whether Clinton could fulfill the responsibility of a U.S. senator’s husband. It gave Rather an opening to ask, subtly, about whether there were any marital problems in the First Family. “You expect to do that together, as man and wife?” he asked. Clinton said he did, if his wife chose to run.

Japan Airlines has cigarette surrogate

Coffee, tea or cigarette substitute?

As of Thursday, Japan Airlines will ban smoking on all international flights – but it will offer passengers an alternative.

Those who find smoke-free flying troublesome will receive a little plastic tube in the shape of a cigarette to put in their mouths to help suppress the urge. “It’s for oral gratification,” airline spokeswoman Irene Jackson said.


“Now there’s a dress more famous than my dress.”


on the pink Ralph Lauren frock actress Gwyneth Paltrow wore to the Oscars, in Newsweek

Compiled by Karen Duffy from Daily News staff and wire reports.


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