Medicine, Mar. 30, 1931

"Names make news." Last week the following names made the following news:

To aid the convalescence of Novelist Arnold Bennett, critically weakened by a six-week siege of influenza, straw was laid down and traffic thinned in the London streets near his home.

Gytha Stourton, great-granddaughter of the 19th Baron Stourton and cousin of former British Ambassador Esme William Howard, First Baron Howard of Penrith, sailed to rejoin her fiance, Signer Fiorbanti del Agnese, onetime butler at the British Embassy in Washington. Last summer her father sternly and...

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