People, Apr. 23, 1934

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

To arrest one "Stew"' Donnelly, onetime Florida confidence man, when he emerges from prison in France, two New York detectives shipped on S. S. Aqnitania for Cherbourg. Reason: Donnelly is believed to be the first underworking on whom has been found money bearing the serial numbers of the Lindbergh ransom money.

In Paris, hard at his favorite game of tennis, Sweden's lanky, 75-year-old King Gustaf tripped chasing a ball in the second set, bruised his knee, cut his lip, banged blood from his nose. First-aided,...

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