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Jayne Mansfield's short time in Pen Argyl created a lasting presence
[SECOND Edition]
Morning Call - Allentown, Pa.
Author: Tom Coombe Of The Morning Call
Date: Jun 24, 2007
Start Page: A.1
Section: NATIONAL
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"When she'd come to town, word would spread quickly: "Jayne's in town! Jayne's in town!' " said [Lou Bray], also a member of the Heritage Center. "It seems like she never forgot her roots."

"It seems like years ago, you'd talk to anyone, and they'd have a story about her," said Frank Ferruccio, head of Mansfield's online fan club. It's his collection of memorabilia on display at the Heritage Center. He also has a biography of the actress, "Diamonds to Dust: the Life and Death of [Jayne Mansfield]," coming out next month.

On some level, that's true. Mansfield never worked with director Billy Wilder, inspired an Elton John song or sang "Happy Birthday" to a president. She's gotten "the fuzzy end of the lollipop," to quote the [Marilyn Monroe] character in Wilder's "Some Like It Hot."

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