Music: Expensive Entertainment

Because Soprano Anna Case declared that she was through singing except for charity when she married Chairman Clarence Hungerford Mackay of Postal Telegraph & Cable Corp., much was made of the fact that fortnight ago, loaded with diamonds, emeralds and orchids, she sang for pay at one of the "Artistic Mornings in Manhattan's Hotel Plaza. Last week it seemed definitely established that the daughter of the South Branch, N. J., blacksmith had "gone back to work"* when her photographs appeared in the lobby of the Roxy cinemansion to advertise that she would sing there...

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