People, Feb. 4, 1957

Names make news. Last week these names made this news.

The skies opened up and drenched Monaco one morning last week, portending in Riviera folklore the prospect of prosperity, health and character to all children born during rainstorms. In Monaco's pink-walled palace, Princess Caroline Louise Marguerite, 8 lbs. 3 oz., uttered her first wail, set off a chain reaction including a radio broadcast by her nervous father, Prince Rainier III, 33, a 21-gun salute from two ancient cannon, harbor whistles, bonfires, street dancing and a torrent of free champagne. No longer would Monacans worry...

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