Business: Millionaires' Talk

In Boston with their ladies for their annual Northern meeting last week were most of the members of Miami Beach's famed "Committee of 100," a group of winter residents which the Press with good reason calls the "Millionaires Club." Founded after the 1926 hurricane as a civic body to revive Miami morale, the Committee is now primarily a social organization with about 400 members, meeting occasionally at a member's mansion in the winter and, for the past few years, once each autumn in the North. Three years ago Joseph Early Widener entertained his...

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