American Weekly 1932

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American Weekly 1932 - I I 7 - l -. -. bought " "" O hit her became he...
I I 7 - l -. -. bought " "" O hit her became he he Lydia Lindgren, ho hat on nen trial in her halJ-njUion-doUar halJ-njUion-doUar halJ-njUion-doUar halJ-njUion-doUar halJ-njUion-doUar latrtuil against Otto Kahn. more. , Thej were very young. He was 19 and she was 17. ' Hannah Williams had grown up m an atmosphere atmosphere entirely djflerent from that of Anne Whelan, who was going to be her sister-in- sister-in- sister-in- sister-in- TTO H KAHN. for years the president of the Metropolitan Grand Opera Opera Company, is having his troubles because of a suit that started in the days when be was all-powerful. all-powerful. all-powerful. Mme. Lydia Lindgren, the ( Swedish singer, sued him ior breach of verbal contract is 1931. She bad three grievances grievances which she wanted settled, settled, she said. First so ber story went, Kahn had agreed to replenish replenish a $150,000 trust fund he had established tor ber b 1926. In the second place, sEe insisted that be had promised promised to give ber $30,000 in an annuity. He was going to get ber professional engage mentl and didnt she also said. He had promised to do all of these things, she told the court if she would drop a $250,000 slander suit against Mme. Julia Ctaussen of the Metropolian Grand Opera ' Company, in which Kahn had been named. ... She said she dropped the suit But Kahn paid her only $13,000, she added. So she sued. The case was dismissed b October of 1931. Justice Charles J. Druhan, who did tbe dismissing, dismissing, said that there was no proof of contract contract and that the slander action bad been fraudulent But a new trial has been ordered

Clipped from Journal Gazette12 Nov 1932, SatPage 8

Journal Gazette (Mattoon, Illinois)12 Nov 1932, SatPage 8
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