Walter Scott's PERSONALITY PARADE Q. Did Cimidr. Alan She/iard receive nit extra homis (or hit historic phinge into space from Ihe federal government? If so, hoic much? -- D.K., Gicrimon/, Oliin. A. Navy pilots receive S2.-iO ;i month if they lly at least four hours. Since Shcparcl's Right took I 5 m i n u t e s , he received approximately S 14.38 in flight pay. Q. How old is I'tnilettc Coddard? To whom is slic now married? -- Else Soinmcrs, Ncii-ark, N.J. A. Miss Goddard, 50, is married to writer F.rich Maria Q. What's happened to Uao Dai, cx-F.mperor of Indo-China? -- Frank Shore, Washington, D.C. A. Ran [)ai, (mix 1 till 1 best customer :\t the Monte Carlo gambling casino, is living w i t h his family in the interior of France. His Hivicra villa is for sale :il S900,000. Q. K]i what meanx or from what sources did I'rex- ident Kennedy and his father acquire their fiir- tunesi'--Mrs. K.W.M., Gettysburg, Pa. A. 1 he bulk of the K e n n e d y family fortune was filmed by Joseph Kennedy, the I'residenl's Father, in various sloek market, motion picture, liquor and real estate deals. President Kennedy's fortune was gifted to him in the form of a trust fund hy his father. Q. I would like lo knotv how old Arlene Francis and Dorothy Kilgallcit tire.-- Mrs. Joe Davitto, Universal, Ind. A. Miss Frimcis is 53. Miss Ki|i;allen is 4H. Q. Can you tell me if actress May Brill was fired liij 20th Ci'ntury-l'ox after she married Sammy Dav.ia ]r.?--Luisa Victor, Jacksonville, Fia. A. Her option was nut renewed; the 1 studio had no parts for her. Q. / ttin informed that Winston Churchill knits. Is this so?--/f./Â·,'., Hammond, La. A. Sir Winston Churchill is a great hand at laying bricks, bul it is the Duke of Windsor who was known for his k n i t t i n g . y. Would you please tell me what ever became of Leslie Curon, who played the lead in the motion picture 1AM?--J. K. Emrivk, Enola, Pa. A. Miss Caron is living in London with her husband, llritish director i'etcr Hall. I.ast^year she starred in l : i/iiny, schcdided for release shortly. Q. / would like to know if Dcsi Arnaz has American citizenship.--Roberta Furluw, Huruel, III. A. Yes. Me acquired it by service in the U.S. Army in World Wai II. Q. / understand that Dick Clark, the disc jockey who ii-ns involved in the payola scandal not so long ago and gives advice to youngsters on how to lead a clean, decent, happy, upstanding life, recently and i/iiietly got rid of his wife. Is this true? --L.R., San Bernardino, Caltf. A. On May 18, 1961, Clark and his wife, Barbara, announced they could not K^t along and would seek a divorce. If you have a question of interest on a personality ol note, send il to Walter Scott. PARADE, 285 Madison Ave.. New York 17. N.Y. Names will be used unless requested otherwise. PARADE cannot reply to inquiries. THE SUNDAY NEWSPAPER MAGAZINE - JULY 16, 1961 JESS G O R K I N , Kititor A R T H U R H, MOTLEV, frftidftit nn4 Publither Donald Wayne Lou Sardella ,1\inaKing Editor Art Director Morton Yarmon, Atsociatc Manning l:JHnr Robert P. Goldman Edwin Kiestcr, Jr. Auociate Editors Douglas R. Sternbauer, Aisiiiaut Art Director DemeUra TayFor, Home Economics Director Virginia Pope. Faihion Editor Jack Anderson. Fred B l u m e n t h a l . l\'aihingroÂ» bureau Lloyd Shearer, Wett Coatl bureau T5 196 I, PARADE Fublicationt, Inc., 2*5 Madi- WH Art., Neu- York 17, N. Y. All righti re- lervetl under International ami Fan Amciican Copyright Coni-eulinn*. Reproduction in it-hole or in iart of any article u-iilinttt permtttion ii rrohibitcJ. rAHADEÂ»; Marca /tfg.
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