YUGOSLAVIA: Royalty Scooped

Jugoslav Queen Mother of Boy

Such was a headline with which, last fortnight, the Hearst press daringly scooped and anticipated Queen Marie of Jugoslavia. Her Majesty, unhurried, was not brought to bed until last week, then graciously gave birth to a man child, precisely ten days after the Hearst headline.

To the handsome, white stone Palace at Belgrade came, immediately following the event, Prime Minister Vukitchevitch and Minister of Justice Subotitch who solemnly verified the occurrence and sex of the royal infant. Not present was Dowager Queen Marie of Rumania, mother of...

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