Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 30, 1972 · Page 119
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July 30, 1972

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 119

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HAITBSC0TTS Want the facts? Want to learn the truth about prominent personalities? Want informed opinion? Write Walter Scott, Parade, 733 3rd Ave., New York, N.Y. 10017. Your full name will be used unless otherwise requested. Volume of mail received makes personal replies impossible. DUKE Of WINDSOR MIS. WARD Q. VVasnJIthe late Duke of Windsor madly in love with sonvi^Other married woman before he succumbed to Wallis Warfield Simpson?--£ Hen Van der Hoff, ML Vernon, N.Y. v A. Yes, the great love of his early Iife~wa5 Mrs. Freda. Dudley Ward, a charming-, captivating, delightful Englishwoman with whom he engaged in a liaison from 1917 to 1934. Mrs. Ward divorced her husband after she became involved with the then Prince of WaJes ; Subsequently the Prince of Wales became involved" with another married woman, Wallis Warfield Simpson, for whom he renounced the throne of Great Britain on Dec. 11,1936. On June 3,1937, after her divorce decree became final, Wallis Warfield Simpson married the Duke of Windsor. Between Mrs. Freda Dudley Ward and Mrs. Wallis Warfield Simpson, the Prince of Wales fooled around for a short while with another married woman, the late v Lady Thelma Furness, another American, who foolishly introduced him to Wallis Warfield Simpson. Q. Harry Belafonte's wife Julie Robimon--white or black?--Edwina Conn, New York, N.Y. A. Julie Robinson, former dancer with the (Catherine Dunham troupe, and Harry Belafonte's wife, is white. ·- They have been married for over 15 years. Julie recently played an Indian girl in Buck and the Preacher, a film starring Belafonte and Sidney Poitier. ItJUE MtlNSON AND HAHnHHAFONTC. Q. Where can I get in touch with Barbara Hutton, the Woo/worth heiress who has been married at least half a dozen times?--Max Brodsky, Miami Beach, Fla. A. Barbara Hutton, accompanied by 60 pieces of luggage, returned recently to Paris where she occupies a suite in the Hotel Plaza Athenee. Q. Was heavyweight champion foe Louis ever a cocaine addict?--Dan Beard, Las Vegas, Nev. A. He was on cocaine for a while. Q. Can you tell me what's happened to Peggy Ann Gamer whe- was a child movie star in the 'I940's? --Ann Mobeley, Charlotte, N.C. A. Miss Garner, the child star in A Tree. Crows in Brooklyn, is now, after three marriages and three divorces, selling Buick automobiles in Hollywood. Prior to selling Buicks, Miss Garner sold Pontiacs. She has "a daughter, Catherine Ann, 15, by actor Albert Salmij PIGGY ANN GARNER SELLS NEW CARS IN HOtfcVWOOD. Q. Catherine Deneuve, the French actress, recently had a baby by Italian actor, Marcello Mastroianni.. Do they plan to marry? Who was Deneuve's previous husband?--Elaine Haggerty, Roxbury, Mass. A. Deneuve and Mastroianni have no marriage plans at this writing. Catherine Deneuve's former husband was David Bailey, an English photographer whom she's hired to photograph her baby daughter by Mastroianni. Miss Deneuve also has a son born out of wedlock in 1963. The father is French film director Roger Vaditn, ex-husband of actresses Brigitte Bardot and Annette Stroyberg and nqw married to--and separated from--Jane Fonda. Q. The Soviet Union intelligence service consists of two branches, the K.C.B. and the C.R.U. What do these initials stand for?--A.L., Bethesda, Md. A. K.G.B. stands fortfemitet Gosudarstvennoi Bezo- pastnotsi. It means committee pf state security. G.R.U. stands for Glavmoe Razvedivatelnoye Uprav- lenie, which means central intelligence directorate. Q. Can you tell me to whom in the Philippine government Lyndon Johnson made secret payments of money, the object of which was to get Philippine troops sent to Vietnam?--E.R., Washington, D.C. A. A special committee of the Philippine Senate recently confirmed that the Philippines received secret payments from the-U.S. government to send the Philippine Civic Action Group (Philcag) to Vietnam in 1966. In a 37-page report the committee reveals that Philcag, a group which repaired roads in Vietnam, received $19.6 million from the U.S. government. It also reveals that former Defense Secretary Ernesto Mata received $3.6 million from the U.S. under the military assistance program. Q. You said that Angela Davis wears a wig and that Elvis Presley does not wear a girdle. Aren't both ol these answers false?--lane Carf'ield, Oakland, Calif. A. Angela Davis no longer wears a wig, and ?lvis wears a girdle only when performing. Q. / was in Paris sortie weeks ago where I learned that the French jockey Club refused to register the racing colors of Alain Delon. Is this because Delon is an actor?--Genev/eve Poirot, Ithaca, N.Y. A. To date the French Society for the Encouragement of Horse Breeding has declined to register Delon's colors without explanation. It is supposed that the delay is due to his involvement in the Marcovic affair. Three years ago, Marcovic, Delon's former bodyguard who allegedly ran~a blackmail ring, photographing Frenchmen participating in sex orgies, was found murdered in Paris. The resulting scandal, involving Delon and his wife, made headlines throughout Europe. PANCHO GONZAUES REAOBfrfOt A TOUCH SHOT. Q. Pancho Gonzales, the tennis star--how many times married, divorced and how many children? --Ernesto Rodriguez, Los Angeles, Calif. A. Gonzales, 44, has been married three times, twice to his second wife, Madeline, from whom he is now divorced. He has three sons by his first marriage, three daughters by his second. THE SUNDAY NEWSPAPER MAGAZINE JULY 30, 1972 chairman of the board, ARTHUR H. MOTLEY president, DANIEL D. KINLEY editor, JESS GORKIN publisher WARREN I REYNOLDS ed,tor at large, LLOYD SHEARER roanaging editor, CAMPBELL GSSUN senior editor DAVID PALEY «ETMOLDS art director, ANTHONY LA ROTONDA assistant managing editor, JOSH EPPINCER III associate editors, UNDA CUTSTEIN, HER1ERT KUPFERIERC, MARTIN · MARCULIES IOHN C ROCEK assistant art directors: JOHN N. TIERNEY, ROiEXT L PETERSOKl art associate, AL TROIANI MARCUIIES, JOHN C. ROGERS assistant to the editor, MARION LONG editorial assistants, MARY HODOROWSKI, SUZANNE CURLEY DORIS SCHORTMAN women's editor, ILENE 1ARTH home economics, DEMETRIA TAYLOR fashion, VIRGINIA POPE 'cartoon editoTlAWRENa LAR.AR washmgton: bureau chief, JACK ANDERSON; FRED RLUMENTHAL, OPAL GJNN WWRENCE IARIAR west coast bureau: CAROL DUNLAP europe: CONNECTICUT WALKER

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