People, Sep. 22, 1952

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

A New York World-Telegram reporter, assigned to investigate the working conditions of Remington Rand's new $100,000-a-year Board Chairman Douglas Mac-Arthur, finally found the place, a "Tudor castle" on a 30-acre estate near Rowayton, Conn. He found the general comfortably settled in an Elizabethan-type 25-by-40-foot office. Asked how he liked his new job, the Old Soldier answered: "I'm doing fine, sir; I like it fine." Surprised at the presence of a reporter, President Rand asked if he had an appointment. "No," said the general, "he just crashed the gate." Rand then explained that...

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