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MRS. DICK GETS DIVORCE

New York Times

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Former Mrs. John Jacob Astor Silent About Future Plans
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MINDEN, Nev., July 21 (AP)---The former Mrs. John Jacob Astor was divorced here today from William K. Dick of New York City, remaining silent meanwhile on reported plans for a third matrimonial venture.

Although both she and Enzo Fiermonte, the Italian pugilist, have both denied that they are more than just friends, reports persisted here and in Reno the two would be married as soon as he was divorced from Signora Tosca Kanetti Fiermonte of Rome.
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Mrs. Dick was the second wife of Colonel Astor, who was lost on the Titanic.

On June 22, 1917, in Bar Harbor, Me., Colonel Astor's widow became the wife of William Karl Dick of New York.

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Encyclopedia Titanica (2004) MRS. DICK GETS DIVORCE (New York Times, Saturday 22nd July 1933, ref: #3295, published 28 July 2004, generated 27th October 2021 09:39:35 AM); URL : https://www.encyclopedia-titanica.org/mrs-dick-gets-divorce.html