People, Jun. 10, 1940

Yale's proudest son, oldtime Pulp Hero Frank Merriwell, 60, now being revived by his creator, "Burt L. Standish" (Gilbert Patten, who last week went to Camden, Me. to finish The Return of Frank Merriwell), has become a small-town editor (Millville, U. S. A.), dauntlessly crusades against vice, still fixes all comers with "a calm and steady gaze."

Frau Engelbert Dollfuss, widow of the Austrian Chancellor murdered in Vienna during the Nazi Putsch of July 1934, prepared to leave her cottage at Llandrindod Wells in Wales, seek refuge in Canada with her children, Eva, 10,...

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