National Affairs: Again, Wai ska


Again, Walska

A proud lady, her husband, home and jewels, gave Secretary Mellon several moments of thought last week. He personally reviewed the case of Mme. Ganna Walska, widely publicized wife of grey-templed Harold Fowler McCormick of Chicago. She had come to the U. S. laden with $2,500,000 of personal belongings. The customs men had asked for some $1,000,000 in duties. But no such duties would she pay. She said her home was in Paris, she was only visiting the U. S. Nevertheless, said the customs men,...

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