GERMANY: Wilhelm Approved

Monarchists and Republicans alike spoke thrice with approbation last week of the abdicated Crown Prince Wilhelm because:

He purchased an airplane and looped-the-loop over Berlin last week under the tutelage of famed War Ace Commander Udet.

He was smoking a cigaret when he landed at the Tempelhoffer field, Berlin, but at once obeyed with good grace the peremptory and officious command of an ordinary policeman: "Put out the cigaret! You can't smoke on this aviation field."

He was never once detected in company with Geraldine Farrar—also in Berlin last week. Though lacking even a shred of evidence, the Communist newspaper, Welt am Abend,...

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