People: Sep. 27, 1963

A father for the tenth time last year, Charlie Chaplin, 74, was all smiles until he read a promotional pamphlet for a projected rejuvenation clinic in Nice, France. The blurb intimated that he owed his latter-day powers to the injection of live cells from embryo lambs and calves. Bull, said Charlie. He kept youthful by himself, and that embryo claptrap was a denigrating lie. French courts agreed, upheld Charlie's suit to force withdrawal of the pamphlets.

School bells were ringing, and young royalty was off to rub elbows with untitled folk. Britain's Princess Anne,...

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