People, Aug. 28, 1933

"Names make news." Last week these names made this news:

A chip of the Blarney Stone from Blarney Castle. Ireland was sent by one John Patrick O'Brien of Dublin to New York's prognathous Mayor John Patrick O'Brien. Said he: "I will treasure this souvenir with the hope that my future career, as in the past, will reflect glory on the native land of my father and mother."

To London reporters, Negro Singer Paul Robeson declared that he would never again sing in Italian. French or German, was looking instead for a "great Russian opera or...

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