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May 17, 1994

Mrs. Onassis hospitalized for cancer treatment

Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis was hospitalized for cancer treatment yesterday, a month after undergoing surgery for a bleeding ulcer.

"She's fine," said her spokeswoman, Nancy Tuckerman.

The former first lady disclosed in February that she has non-Hodgkins lymphoma, a cancer of the lymph system.

"She goes in for routine visits, routine treatment," Ms. Tuckerman said. "That's what this is."

Mrs. Onassis, 64, could be released as early as today.

Trudeau's former wife lives quiet life now

The woman once known as Margaret Trudeau, who partied with the Rolling Stones in New York, has mellowed.

At 45, the former wife of Pierre Trudeau loves to garden, walk her dog, bake cookies and look after her two children with her husband, businessman Fried Kemper.

"I think I'm strong but I'm a woman, and being fragile is part of our nature," Margaret Kemper said in an interview in this week's Derniere Heure. "I now know my limits. I like my life now."

She says she still loves Mr. Trudeau, whom she married in 1971 when she was 22 and he was 51. They split in 1977 and divorced in 1983.

Austria quietly bestows award on Rushdie

Salman Rushdie, who has been in hiding since Iranian leader Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini pronounced a death edict against him, was in Vienna yesterday to receive an Austrian state literature prize awarded a year ago.

The award was kept quiet until newspapers publicized it, prompting Culture Minister Rudolf Scholten to set up an elaborate journey to a 19th-century palace for selected reporters to meet Mr. Rushdie. Khomeini pronounced a death edict against Mr. Rushdie five years ago for allegedly defaming Islam in his book "The Satanic Verses."

Will Hugh Grant be the next 007?

New movie heartthrob Hugh Grant is being hotly tipped as the next James Bond in British popular news reports. The Daily Express quoted former 007 Roger Moore as saying that the "Four Weddings and a Funeral" star would be an ideal successor, though the Daily Mail later debated whether Mr. Grant was "manly enough" for the role.

Pinewood Studios, the home of past 007 movies, has confirmed that it is "still in discussion" with producer Barbara Broccoli about making the new Bond film there.

Whitney Houston to star as TV 'Cinderella'

Whitney Houston is set to follow her role in the hit movie "The Bodyguard" by starring in an updated TV movie version of Rodgers & Hammerstein's "Cinderella."

Daily Variety reported in its edition yesterday that the Grammy Award-winning singer would begin the CBS production after she finishes her world tour this summer. It is expected to air by the end of the 1994-1995 season.


Actress Maureen O'Sullivan is 83. Former Watergate special prosecutor Archibald Cox is 82. Actor-director Dennis Hopper is 58. Energy Secretary Hazel O'Leary is 57. Former boxer Sugar Ray Leonard is 38.

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