Distraction from Scandel
(See front cover)
For two months the bullet-riddled body of Alexandre Stavisky has mouldered in its grave. But the evil shadow of this arch-swindler continued to march on through the ranks of French politics, striking in the dark like a vampire at large. Paris newspapers, seldom more than 16 pages, are not given to over-writing the news. Of the 30 columns of news in last Sunday's Matin, 14 were definitely concerned with the Stavisky scandal.
No near solution was the murder of Albert Prince, the handsome hollow-eyed Appellate Judge who was...