People, Feb. 26, 1934

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

Quietly into North Tarrytown, N. Y.'s trim Phillipse Manor station at 10 a. m. an electric locomotive drew a baggage car and one compartment Pullman named Glencliff. Two detectives cleared the platform of all save ticketholders. At 11 a. m. five automobiles, one resembling an ambulance, rolled up in single file. From four of them stepped 24 servants. They opened up the ambulance and lifted out not 94-year-old John Davison Rockefeller St., as bystanders expected, but the first of 115 pieces of luggage. Few...

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