This is interesting. Doesn't make sense. IF she actually said in answer to the question 'does one or both of you smoke cigars', no one does, then go on to talk about the cigars in the wine cellar. Can't help but wonder if this was taken down incorrectly by the stenographer. They wouldn't have cigars if neither of them smoked them, so there would be no reason to deny it. Did they just keep them for friends? Hardly. Hmmm. We've already noted mistakes in transcriptions before, but now I'm wondering just how accurate they really are. Perhaps what she said was "John does". Makes more sense in the context, because the interviewer goes on with "Ok, were they normally kept there". If she had actually said "no one does" his response would have been something like, well do you own these cigars in the picture, or whose cigars are these, or who did you keep them for. See what I mean?