People, Apr. 17, 1939

At Cherbourg surrounded by French detectives, Colonel Charles Augustus Lindbergh boarded the Aquitania, bound for the U. S. "on business" — his first return since he and Mrs. Lindbergh came for two months in 1937. Said Chairman Morris Sheppard of the U. S. Senate Military Affairs Committee : "I think he could give us some valuable information."

To Shanghai from Japan flew Quentin Roosevelt, 19, grandson of the late President, to take off for a one-man expedition into Yunnan Province. Sophomore Roosevelt, on leave of absence from Harvard, expects to find rare manuscripts,...

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