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mm seers fmm mm Want the facts? Want to spike rumors? Want to learn the truth about prominent personalities? Write Walter Scott, Parade, 733 3rd Ave., New York, N.Y., 1001 7. Your full name will be used unless otherwise requested. Volume of mail received makes personal replies impossible. Q. have been told that Mrs. Howard Hughes can be seen nightly on the UCLA campus where she attends class. Is this true? N. f., Las Vegas, Nev. A. Jean Peters Hughes has taken several night courses ,J at the University of Cali Q. understand a German girl in Hamburg was really responsible for the Beatles' success in their early days. Is this lrue?dwina Lewis, Atlantic City, N.I. A. Astrid Kirchner, a German photographer's assistant and sometimes "hostess" in Hamburg, persuaded the Beatles to swap their greasy haircuts for long hair. Astrid was in love with Stuart Sutcliffe, an early Beatle who died in Hamburg when he was 21. Q. Richard Helms, head of our Central Intelligence Agency, was recently divorced. Isn't that grounds for dismissal? Also who will be the second Mrs. Helms? M. E., Washington, D C. A. Divorce is not grounds for dismissal from the CIA. However had Helms been divorced previously, he might not have been appointed to his present position, since the CIA does not view divorced men as the best security risks. Of late, Helms has been seen with Cynthia McKclvie, divorced wife of Washington, D.C., orthopedic surgeon, Dr. Allan McKelvie, and mother of four, aged 17 to 23. PEGGY AND GUY SMITH Q. About a year ago Peggy Rusk, daughter of Dean Rusk, married a Negro gentleman named Guy Smith. I hear the former Margaret Rusk is now with child, hut that the marriage has foundered. Any truth? Paul Elkins, Washington, DC. A. No truth. Guy Smith joined the military this past summer is at this writing in training at Ft. Walters, Tex. His wife Peggy, having dropped out of Stanford University, is living with him in a trailer camp outside Mineral Wells, Tex. Should her husband, a helicopter pilot, be sent overseas, Mrs. Smith plans to rejoin the junior class at Palo Alio. Mis. Smith is not with child, and her marriage is reportedly idyllic. fornia in Los Angeles but always under names different from her own. Q. Astronauts Walter Schirra, Donn Eisele, and Walter Cunningham how much do they earn? George iee, Houston, Tex. A. Captain Schirra of the Navy earns about $20,000 per year. Eisele of the Air Force earns about $16,000, and Cunningham, with a civil service rating, earns $22,000. Q. would like to know the relationship between Richard Nixon and a land developer in Key Biscayne, Fla., named C. B. Rvboto. Ed Flannery, Palm Beach, Fla. A. Bebe Rebozo is one of Nixon's millionaire friends with whom Nixon is partnered in $500,000 worth of undeveloped Florida real estate. Q. How many civilians does the Defense Department employ? Louis Hechinger, Tucson, Ariz. A. Approximately 1.3 million. w Q. Now that Dr. lonas Salk of polio vaccine fame is divorced, doesn't he plan to marry a Hollywood starlet? E. P., San Diego, Calif. A. Dr. Salk has been seeing a good deal of Mrs. ). "Doakie" Ankenbrandt, Q. would like to know if that great playboy Omar Sharif is divorced Ann Winters, Cumberland, Md. A. He is separated but not divorced from Fatin Ha-mama, 38, possibly the most popular actress in Arab-speaking countries. It THE ONLY TWO: GENERAL DAVISON AND GENERAL DAVIS Q. How many Negro generals in the U.S. military services at this time? L. E. R., Syracuse, N.Y. A. Two: the recently commissioned Brig. Gen. Frederick E. Davison, 51, of the Army, and Lt. Gen. Benjamin O. Davis Jr. of the Air Force, whose father, now retired, was the only other Negro general in the history of the armed forces. Q. How much did Franchot Tone leave in his estate? Lois Jenkins, Salt Lake City, Utah. A. About $500,000. Q. "The oilice of President requires the constitution of an athlete, the patience of a mother, the endurance of an early Christian." Who said that? Aaron Wishinsky, Bronx, N.Y. A. Woodrow Wilson. divorced wife of Dr. I. M. Ankenbrandt of Pacific Beach, Calif. She is considered the most likely candidate for Dr. Salk's second marriage. "Doakie" Ankenbrandt has never been a Hollywood starlet. Q. Richard Nixon said of Spiro Agnew: "My primary concern was to select a man who had the courage, the character, and the intellect not only to he Vice President, hut also to be an effective President if the need arose." Was Nixon kidding when he said that, or was it his honest, considered judgment? Nancy Clayton, Palto Alto, Calif. A. Nixon's description of Agnew should be attributed to the ordinary excesses of campaign oratory. was Fatin Hamama (translated, the name means fascinating pigeon) who got Sharif his first film job. They had two children, then separated. Q. Is it true that Darryl Zanuck is the world's most notorious libertine? B. N., Sausalito, Calif. A. Zanuck, head of 20th Century-Fox, has for years studied women throughout the world for casting purposes. Parade THE SUNDAY NEWSPAPER MAGAZINE NOVEMBER 24, 1968 president, Arthur H. Motley editor, Jess Gorkin publisher, Warren J. Reynolds executive vice president, Ted Stulz art director, ANTHONY LA ROTONDA editor at large, LLOYD SHEARER associate editors: NEAl ASHBY, HERBERT KUPFERBERC, DAVID PALEY, OHN G. ROGERS assistant art director, GEORGE . ZYMARAKIS assistant to the editor, MARION LONG editorial assistants: CAROL DUNIAP, SUSAN KLEIN women's editor, ROSALIND MASSOW home economics, DEMETRIA TAYLOR fashion, VIRGINIA POPE cartoon editor, LAWRENCE LARIAR Washington: bureau chief, ACK ANDERSON; FRED BlUMENTHAl, OPAL CINN. 18, Parade Publications, Inc., 733 Third Ave.. New York, N Y., 10017. 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