People, Mar. 12, 1934

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

"I met a little boy in the streets of Antwerp one day," explained Rev. Dr. Adolf Augustus Berle (pronounced Burly) to a New York Herald Tribune newshawk. "He couldn't have been more than ten years old but he addressed me in perfect English. . . . Then I changed to French and his French was better than mine. . . . Amazed, I asked him if he knew any other languages, and he said yes, he could speak Dutch. . . . Then & there I resolved to myself that if...

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