Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 20, 1972 · Page 111
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 111

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, August 20, 1972
Page 111
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ND1TB SCOTS PraHfto Ptfib 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. Q. la it not a lad that most of the press in this country, despite any complaint Spiro Agnew may have, is oriented towards Nixon and the Republican party?--Lewis Norcll, New Haven, Conn. A. Thai is a fair slatement. Late in 1968, Editor and Publisher, trade journal of the newspaper industry, conducted a survey which revealed thai 634 newspapers with a daily circulation of 21 million copies supported Rich.ircl Nixon and Spiro Agnew, while146 with a circulation of 4 million, backed Humphrey and Muskie. In the Nixon-McGovern race this year, an overwhelming majority of the nation's newspapers will support Nixon. When Agnew criticizes the press he criticizes only the small portion of the press and TV media which is liberal. Q. /-/as Elvis Presley's wife left him lor her karate instructor?--^. T.. Memphis, Tenn. A. At this writing Priscilla Presley is separated from Elvis, who most probably should never have married in the first place. PRISCILIA AND ELVIS PRESLEY Q. Pope Paul VI has asked prelates of the Church to hand in their resignations when they reach age 75. Does this age limit also apply to His Holiness? --N.L.T., Boston, Mass. A. Archbishop Giovanni Benelli, Vatican undersecretary of state, explains that the Pontiff "believes it to be his precise duly to remain at his post as 'servant of the servants of God' even after turning 75." The Pope will be 75 in September. Q.'To sin by silence, when they should protest, makes towards of men." Who said it--Karl Marx or Vol- taire?--M.N., New Brunswick, N.I. A. The quotation is from Abraham Lincoln, 16th President of the United States. Q. What happens to William Rogers, Secretary of State, should Nixon get reelected?-- William Black, Madison, Wis. A. One scenario calls for Rogers (I) to get the first available appointment to the U.S. Supreme Court. If Rogers is succeeded as Secretary of State by John Connally or Nelson Rockefeller, Henry Casanova Kissinger will probably leave the Administration and accept a teaching position at Cambridge University in England where he will earn millions of dollars writing his memoirs. I. EDGAR HOOVER AND CLYDE TOLSO Q. The late /. Edgar Hoover was never married, therefore had no family. But who inherited his estate? --Owen Roberts, Washington, D.C. A. J. Edgar Hoover, chief of the FBI for 48 years until his death on May 2,1972, left almost his entire estate of $551,500 to his long-time best friend and associate FBI director Clyde Tolson. Mr. Tolson resigned from the FBI following Hoover's death. Q. Is it true that David Cassidy posed in the nude foi an underground newspaper? I really can't believe it. --L.L., Birmingham, Ala. A. Cassidy posed for Rolling Stone. The Cassidy centerfold, however, was cropped just above the vital parts. Q. Is Mia Farrow ditching her husband, And re Previn? --Bernice Hnndleman, Syracuse, N.Y. A. Friends do not expect them to be married to each other at this time next year. Q. Does President Nixon employ a full-time masseur for a daily rubdown?--William Foley, Jacksonville Fla. A. He uses the services of Dr. W. Kenneth Riland of New York, an osteopathic physician. Dr. Riland also accompanies the President on long journeys such as the recent ones to China and the Soviet Union. Q. Can you tell me if President Marcos of the Philippines has bought the most expensive penthouse in London for his private use?--lose Guzman, Los Angeles, Calif. A. A London newspaper recently reported that Marcos paid $325,000 for a penthouse in Kensington High Street, that he would use it as a retirement residence when his presidential term expires next year. The Philippine Embassy declines to comment on the report. Q. Is it a fact that George Bernard Shaw insisted upon having all his business handled by lewish agents? --Mrs. Oscar Schechter, New Haven, Conn. A. Shaw, in a letter to Augustin, his French translator, advised: "Always do business with a jew when you can. You will usually get rather better terms out of him than out of a Christian, because his business ability enables him to make more. If you treat him as an honourable man, he appreciates your consideration, whereas a Frenchman either accepts it as a matter of course or demands it as a right... my American publisher is a Jew; and he not only pays me himself, but has made my previous publisher who is a Christian and a swindler, disgorge his plunder to the uttermost farthing." Q. Do all cows have four stomachs?--Pete Runyon, Pasadena, Calif. A. Yes, each has a rumen (stomach one), a reticulum (stomach two), an omasum (stomach three), and an abomasum (stomach four). Food they eat must go through all four stomachs before it is completely digested. CARY GRANT AND DAUGHTER JENNIFER Q. How old is Gary Grant and how old is his daughter, Jennifer?--Maybelle Marion, Columbia, S.C A. Grant is 69; his daughter Jennifer is 6. THE SUNDAY NEWSPAPER MAGAZINE AUGUST 20, 1972 chairman of the board, ARTHUR H. MOTLEY president, DANIEL D. KINLEY editor, )ESS CORKIN publisher, WARREN J. REYNOLDS cdilor al large, LLOYD SHEARER managing editor, CAMPBELL CEESLIN senior editor, DAVID PALEY art director, ANTHONY LA ROTONDA assistant managing editor, JOSH EPPINCER III associate editors, LINDA CUTSTEIN, HERBERT KUPFERBERG, MARTIN B. MARGULIES, JOHN G. ROGERS assistant art directors: JOHN N. TIERNEY, ROBERT L. PETERSON art associate, AL TROIANI 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 cartoon editor, LAWRENCE LARIAR Washington: bureau chief, JACK ANDERSON; FRED BLUMENTHAL, OPAL GINN west coast bureau: CAROL DUNLAP europe: CONNECTICUT WALKER © 1972, Parade Publications, Inc.. 733 Third Ave.. New York, N.Y., 10017. All rights re-served under aru Pan American Copyright Conventions. Reproduction in whole or in part of ,my article without permission is prohibited. PARADEC, MJrca Reg.

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