People, Oct. 19, 1931

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

Rear Admiral Newton Alexander Mo

Cully, U. S. N. retired, and five of the seven Russian orphans whom he adopted and brought to the U. S. ten years ago, were rescued from Chesapeake Bay at midnight by the crew of the S. S. Verona which rammed and sank their yacht Kikachiaka ("Sea Gull''), a converted submarine-chaser. They were on their way from Annapolis to the Admiral's South Carolina home. The children with the Admiral were: three girls, Nina, 15, Ludmila, 20,...

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