People, Jul. 4, 1960

After nine weeks of intermittent babysitting in Manhattan, Grandpa Harry Truman and Grandma Bess were sad and glad to be relieved of their duties. They hustled little Clifton Daniel, 3, and his brother William, I, down to a pier where the boys' parents, Margaret Truman Daniel and New York Timesman Clifton Daniel Jr., disembarked from the liner United States after a European tour.

Comely Athina Livanos Onassis, 29, heiress-apparent to two Greek shipping fortunes, scuttled her claim to one (her husband's), retained her interest in the larger (her father's). "Tina" excitedly chattered the news to a friend, inquiring Hearst Gossipist Igor...

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