People, Jul. 3, 1933

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

Falling safety bars at a railway crossing between Amsterdam and Haarlem struck an automobile bearing ex-Kaiser Wilhelm. In time's nick his chauffeur inched the car out of the way of a hurtling locomotive.

Secretary of the Treasury Woodin sent some clothes & things in his Rolls-Royce to his son-in-law in Flushing, L. I. On the way Lawrence Redmond, his chauffeur, bumped a car ahead, caromed into a second, skidded into a third, slightly injuring five persons. Chauffeur Redmond was arrested for reckless driving.

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