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PRIMA DONNA'S' BABY BREAKS llECiftRD-i
L JRAVELS 6,000 MILES AT ELEVEN MONTHS !
Baby Frederick Namara Toye and
his mother, the famous' pima donna,
now in Paris. " .
Los Angeles, Cal. A 6,0Q0-mfle
journey to join his mother in Paris
for his first birthday, is the record
breaking trip to "be mlide by yqung
Frederick Namara Toye'son of Ma
dame Pamara Toye.-prima donna,
formerly Marguerite Banks of this
"Come at, qnce,"rread the, cable
gram from' Paris', "received recently
by Mrs. W. A. Banks' of Hollywood,,
grandmother of the jl-,mpnths'-ld
traveler-to-be '. ' "' rli" L
So Frederick Namara Toye, aged
11 months', started to poin his famous
mother in the French capital, where
she is coaching with Madame Melba.
He will be accompanied by his
grandmother, and a nurse.
8'GOi.l.r TS' PURTY
- FELLER TER TRY
AFTER HE ONCE TRIES
DEM DEY BECOME
MHL """ Vu