Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California on July 9, 1961 · Page 116
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Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California · Page 116

Long Beach, California
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Sunday, July 9, 1961
Page 116
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When childhood constipation occurs More mothers use Fletcher's Castoria tlian airy other laxative Fletcher's Castoria gives the prompt, yet natural-like relief from temporary constipation that medical authorities agree is best for a child's young system. Its pure extract of Senna is considered one of nature's finest vegetable laxative products. Fletcher's Castoria is gentle, the prime requisite for a child's laxative. It contains none of the harsh drugs which are so often found in adult laxatives, drugs that, can upset your child's system. Fletcher's Castoria is liquid, so exact dosage is sure: from drops to teaspoonfuls as needed. Very important, too, Castoria tastes good. So children take it willingly, even lick the spoon. Fletcher's Castoria is the only nationally-recognized laxative made especially for children of all ages. So why take chances., .the laxative that's "right" for you can well be "wrong" for your child. Get famous Fletcher's Castoria today. It takes a child's laxative to fulfill a child's needs WALTER SCOTT'S Personality Parade Anna Anderson C. Leo De Orsey Bonita Granvtlle Rone Verdan Princen tee ftadiiwill Q. Whatever happened to the claims of Anna Anderson, 61, that she tens the Crane) Duchess Anastasia of Russia, only surviving daughter of Czar Nicholas II?--Sill Joyce, Darien, Conn. A. The court which had been considering her case for three and a half years recently rejected her claim. Q. Who is the lawyer who handles the astronauts? How much do the astronauts get for commercial endorsements? --B.T., Chicago, III. A. Their lawyer is C. De Orsey, a tax attorney who is serving them without fee. The astronauts will not even consider commercial endorsements. Q. Can you tell me anything about Pamela Churchill, now Mrs. Iceland Haywnrd?--K. A., Southhampton, JV.Y. A. Mrs. Lcland Harvard, the daughter of Lord and Lady Digby, married Mr. Randolph Churchill at 19. He was then 28 and a 2nd lieutenant in the Queen's Royal Hussars. They had a son, now 20, named Winston Churchill in honor of his famous grandfather. In December 1945, the marriage was dissolved. Mrs. Hayward moved to Paris where she was considered one of the great beauties on the Continent. She met producer Leland Hayward in New York and married him in Las Vegas on May 5, 1960, after he had been divorced by his wife, "Slim." Q. Where is industrialist Henry J. Kaiser's permanent residence? Also, what is "Hatcaii KaC?--Mrs. Edith Palmer, San Francisco, Calif. A. Kaiser lives in Honolulu. Hawaii Kai is his new real estate development in Oahti. Q. Can you please tell me what became of the lovely Bonita Gratwille? I would also like to know her age.-Joyce Ehrlich, Milliken, Colo. A. Miss Granville is 38 and is the wife of television producer Jack Wrathcr. Q. Who is the richest man in Hollywood?--L. Miller, Newark, N.J. A. Probably Jules C. Stein, chairman of the bonrd of Music Corporation of America. Stein owns 1,419,000 shares of MCA stock, selling at $65-70 a share, phis extensive real estate holdings. Q. Can you tell me if the White House chef, Rene Verdon, is a union member?--Vincent Creig, New York, N.Y. A. Yes. He belongs to Hotel Club Local 6, New York, of the Hotel and Restaurant Employees and Bartenders International Union. Q. Does the President's wife still buy her clothes in Paris? --Cam L'alk, Detroit, Mich. A. Occasionally Mrs. Kennedy has a dress sent over from Paris, usually from Gi'venchy's. Her sister, Princess Lee Radzi- will of London, has the same measurements and much the samc,taste, which makes the procedure relatively easy. If you have a question of interest on a personality of note, send it to Walter Scott, PARADE, 285 Madison Ave., New York 17, N.Y. Names will be used unless requested otherwise in writing. PARADE cannot reply to inquiries. Porode · July 9, 1961

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