People: People, Jan. 27, 1947

There was something in the air. At the Sporting Club in Monte Carlo, the fabulously wealthy Aga Khan was moved to dance in public for the first time in 17 years, happily jounced his globular person (250 Ibs.) through a rumba with Ballerina Yvonna Chauvire (no Ibs.). In Chicago, retired Soapmaker Walter R. Kirk (Jap Rose, Kirk's Flakes) was sued for a separation by Wife Louisa, who said he was 72, charged him with adultery in 22 instances. (Not so, said Kirk—besides, he was 74.)

In Washington, the Treasury had good news for Vincent Astor and Evalyn ("Hope Diamond") Walsh McLean. Astor...

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