Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 6, 1972 · Page 127
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 127

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, August 6, 1972
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WMIBI SCOTS Pmufty Parade 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. DANIEL BERRICAN DANIEL ELLSBERG Q. How much did it cost Father Daniel Kerrigan and the other defendants at Harrisburg to defend themselves against the U.S.? How much will it cost Daniel Ellsberg and Tony, Russo to defend themselves? How much does it cost the government to prosecute these cases?--Ron Miller, Berkeley, Calif. A. The Father Berrigan defense came to $600,000. The Ellsberg-Russo defense will cost approximately the same. No one knows exactly how much it costs the government to prosecute these cases. A safe estimate is three times the'cost of the defense. Q. What happened to that $500,000 action against Liza Minnelli? She was accused of enticing a band drummer and breaking up his marriage.--Anne Craig, Dallas, Tex. A. Mrs. Margaret Kulbeth of Houston, Tex., wife of Rex Kulbeth who played with the Bojangles musical group under the name of Rex Kramer, accused Liza Minnelli of enticing Rex to leave her. Miss Minnelli originally denied the allegations of the alienation of affection action. Several weeks ago, however, her attorneys quietly settled the suit out of court. Q. Three years ago in Washington, D.C., Henry Kissinger told Quaker representatives: "Give us six months. If we haven't ended the war then, you can come back and tear down the fence." How come Kissinger has been so wrong about the war?--Robert Do/an, Bryn Mawr, Pa. A. Kissinger has tried but has consistently failed to understand the North Vietnamese mind. Q. Why did the FBI "bug" football star loe Namath's sex life?--M.N., New Rochelle, N.Y. A. The FBI never bugged Joe Namath's sex jife. At one point Namath's business associates were under FBI surveillance. In the course of that surveillance Namath and his friendship with an airline hostess came under review. The FBI, as an investigational agency, believes in gathering more material than less. Q. / understand that Andy Griffith, Peter Fonda and Johnny Carson were all recently divorced in the same week. On what grounds?--Paula Travers, Carbondale, III. A. All three were divorced in the third week of June, 1972. Griffith, after 23 years of marriage, lost wife Barbara because of "irreconcilable differences." Peter Fonda lost his wife of 10 years on the same grounds. Joanne Carson charged "cruel and inhuman" treatment after eight years of marriage. ANDY GRIFFITH AND EX-WIFE BARBARA. PETER FONDA AND EX-WIFE SUSAN. JOHNNY CARSON AND EX-WIFE JOANNE. Q. Did Marcello Mastroianni ever leave his wife for an airline hostess? Is it on the level that this Italian Romeo has all the constancy of a rabbit?--Theresa Novell!, Chicago, III. A. Actor Mastroianni generally falls in love with his leading lady. Several years ago, however, after he finished La Dolce Vita, he engaged in a protracted love affair with a stewardess, flying with her from one European city to another. Q. Has O/eg Prokofiev, son of the Russian composer, defected to the U.S.?~R.L.L, Washington, D.C. A. Oleg Prokofiev, 44, artist son of the late Russian composer, Sergei Prokofiev, has been permitted to stay in England for another year even though he has exceeded his Soviet permission to stay abroad. Pro- kofiev, who has been lecturing at Sheffield University, is defying a Soviet order to return to Moscow, but he has not defected or requested political asylum. His English wife, Camilla Gray, daughter of Basil Gray, former keeper of Far Eastern art in the British Museum, died in Moscow last December after suffering a miscarriage. Prokofiev currently resides with his in- laws in their country home, Long Wittenham, Berkshire. Q. WhaCs happened to Arthur Murray, the dancing teacher, and his wife? -- Mavis Kennedy, Waltham, Mass. A. Arthur Murray, 77, and his wife, Kathryn, 65, have been married 47 years, live in a Honolulu penthouse apartment. Murray -- real name, Teichman -- has retired but spends some of his time as an investment COUnSel ° r - THEMURRAYS Q. President Nixon said in a recent press conference, lune 29, 7972, that the North Vietnamese never accounted for the 15,000 French prisoners of war they took in 1954. Is that statement accurate? / understand it is nol.--W.E., Cambridge, Mass. A. According to the French government, President Nixon was in error. The Viet Minh returned approximately 9200 prisoners of war after their victory at Dien Bien Phu in 1954. Another 6000 members of the French army who were ethnically Vietnamese, were unaccounted for. But the North Vietnamese say these were allowed to return to their homes, a statement which may or may not be true. parade THE SUNDAY NEWSPAPER MAGAZINE AUGUST 6, 1972 chairman of the board, ARTHUR H. MOTLEY presiden,, DANIEL D. KINLEY editor, JESS CORKIN publisher WARREN I REYNOLDS eduor a. large, LLOYD SHEARER roanaging editor, CAMPBELL GEESLIN senior editor DAVID PALEY REYNOLDS art director, ANTHONY LA ROTONDA assistant managing editor, JOSH EPPINGER III associate editors, LINDA GUTSTEIN, HERBERT KUPFERBERG, MARTIN B MARGULIES IOHN G ROrriK as S1S tant art doctors: JOHN N. TIERNEY, ROBERT L. PETERSON art associate, AL TROIANI MAKGUUE5, JOHN G. ROGERS assistant to the editor, MARION LONG editorial assistants, MARY HODOROWSKI, SUZANNE CURLEY, DORIS SCHORTMAN women's editor, ILENE BARTH home economics, DEMETRIA TAYLOR fashion, VIRGINIA POPE carZ edTM? LAWRENCE LARIAR Washington: bureau chief, JACK ANDERSON; FRED BLUMENTHAL, OPAL GINN LAWRENCE LARIAR west coast bureau: CAROL DUNLAP europe: CONNECTICUT WALKER rc^

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