Who? What? Where?
Saturday 20 November 1999
Who is this?
With what religion is this product entwined?
Where is this, and how are all three pictures linked?
Answers 6 November
What? Checkers the dog, a gift for Nixon's children, was alleged to be a bribe
Where? Bide-a-Wee pet cemetery in Long Island, New York, where Checkers is buried.
Congratulations to the winner: L Tammaro, Slough, Berkshire.
Questions set by Christopher Hawtree. A bottle of Champagne or olive oil (please state preference) will go to the senders of the first three correct solutions opened. Please send a postcard with your three answers, marked What? Where? to The Independent Magazine, One Canada Square, Canary Wharf, London E14 5DL. Entries must reach us by 27 November. The correct answers will be given in two weeks. The normal Independent Newspapers rules, available on request, apply to this competition.
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