People: Sep. 2, 1929

"Names make news." Last week the following names made the following news:

Capt. Leopold Ziegenbein of the new, speedy German liner Bremen, was perturbed as he bustled his third shipload of passengers across the Atlantic, bound for New York. Some thief was stealing jewelry from the passengers' cabins; $25,000 worth was missing without a clue. With 600 stewards aboard, most of whom were as yet unknown to the officers, it looked like a hopeless case. Capt. Ziegenbein assembled 50 stewards whom the officers did know by sight,...

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