Comings & Goings: Jul. 2, 1928

Three little Fleischmanns (Gardner, 10; Stephen, 8; Peter, 6), sons of Raoul H. Fleischmann, publisher of the New Yorker, sailed on the Paris in quarters much too large for them. One day later, Captain Otto Schwamberger, master of the Hamburg, sailed on his ship in quarters much too small for him. Reason: Mr. and Mrs. Fleischmann missed the Paris, watched three little Fleischmanns with governess, family trunks, sail without them. A feverish search for reservations on following boats was unavailing. Obligingly, Capt. Schwamberger gave up his suite to pursuing parents.

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