People: Jun. 3, 1935

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

Austrian monarchists, flocking to an exhibition in Vienna of relics of the late great Emperor Franz Josef I, stared at a tray of cigar butts, badly chewed and bearing this label: "Certified by his valet, Ketterl, to have been smoked by His Majesty on the 12th of August, 1914."

Princess Catherine, pretty young daughter of the late King Constantine of Greece, turned up "incognito" in Hollywood, wanted to visit studios. Sigvard Bernadotte, grandson of Sweden's King Gustaf V, who was...

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