Independent from Long Beach, California on January 31, 1960 · Page 100
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 100

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DONT JUST SOOTHE DETERGENT HANDS -HEAL THEM! NEW MIRACLE HEALING CREAM Healing Starts Instantly Detergent dryness can break skin into a network of cuts and cracks too small to see. Like all cuts, they need real First Aid. First, they need the antiseptic healing action no ordinary hand lotion can give them. And First Aid Cream gives it--instantly. See Results Overnight Second, anesthetic action soothes burn and itch the instant you smooth First Aid Cream on your hands. Third, moisturizing action restores the moisture detergents take away. Next morning hands look fresh, feel soft and smooth again. FIRST AID CREAM ANTISEPTIC i*"**-*^ '· · · · · · ' · · - . . . . . . I For every skin injury for everyone in your family. UWWfrOHc^UX^^ Charlton Heston Robert Lishman Princess Margaret WALTER SCOTT'S Personality Parade Q Can you tell me who said: "American women are like American wines--a bit sharp, haven't had time to mature"?--F.T., Newark, N.J. A Actor Rod Stciger. Q Is it true that the Italian government has restored family properties to the Mussolinis and that they have again become the social lions of Home?--H.N., St. Petersburg, Fta. A Mussolini's widow Radicle, his daughter Edda Ciano, and his son Romano, one of the highest-paid jazz pianists in Rome, are all considered socially acceptable today. Much of the property they held during the Fascist regime has been returned to them. Q Suzy Parker, the model and actress who makes «ji all those phony stories about herself, doesn't she have a child?--S.L., Fort Worth, Tex. A Yes, she recently gave birth to a daughter named Georgia in Paris. Q In Ben-Hur there is a simply marvelous scene of Charlton lleston riding his chariot. The chariot hits a bump and Hcston is thrown in the air. Did Heston play this scene himself or was a double used?--M.M., Sacramento, Calif. A The stunt was performed by Yakima Canutt, Jr. Q How come the police department in Rome is signing women for the force after all these years?--H.F., ·Washington, D.C. A In the past, in order to catch female offenders, Rome police frequently had to dress up as women, wearing cosmetics, etc. The police got tired of tlie necessary masquerades. Q Colette, the late French novelist, was married to a man I S years her junior. His name was Maurice Goudeket. He came from a prominent Jewish family. Did the Gestapo kill him in World War /(?--/./)., Boston, Mass. A No, Goudeket, imprisoned by the Gestapo, was offered his freedom if he would turn informer. He refused, was eventually freed when the Allies invaded Paris. Last November at age 70, Maurice Goudeket married Mme. Lelong, widow of the late dress designer, Lucicn Lelong. She is 42. ' Q Robert Lishman, counsel for the House subcommittee on legislative oversight, claims that key personnel in many radio stations "have long, serious criminal records." Is this true?--W.P., Tucson, Ariz. A Unfortunately, it is. Station owners arc firing such personnel before station identities arc revealed. Q Would you please tell me what hairdresser docs Princess Margaret's hair? Is it true that a Frenchman named Alexandre is flown over from Paris every week for the job?--O.N., Ringhamton, N.Y. A No, a Frenchman named Rene, who runs a hair salon in London's Mayfair, frequently cares for Princess Margaret's tresses. * If you have a question of broad, general interest on some personality, send it to QUESTION BOX, PARADE, 285 MADISON AVE., NEW YORK 17, N.Y. Sorry, PARADE cannot reply to queries. Parade- Jan. 31,1960

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