People, Oct. 23, 1933

"Names make news." Last week these names made this news: At a formal dinner of the American Women's Club in Paris at which he was guest of honor. Writer Hendrik Willem Van Loon appeared in a business suit, said that a dentist to whom he owed $720 had not sent him a bill, had attached all his clothes instead. Banker Otto Hermann Kahn sold "St. Dunstan's," his 12-acre estate in aristocratic Regents Park, London (until 1928 used as a hospital for blind British War veterans) to the London Daily Mail's Publisher Harold Sidney...

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