People, may 5, 1958

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

Britain's wealthy, mink-loving Lady Docker, her temper bubbling to a boil, sat in Monaco's overstuffed Hotel de Paris and mulled over the insult: all she wanted was to take her son Lance, 19, to a reception given by Prince Rainier and his Grace to celebrate the baptism of their princeling, Albert—and some palace flunkies had had the nerve to turn Lance away. Crossing her own little Rubicon, Norah Docker seized a paper Monacan flag used as a table decoration and hurled it to the...

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