People, May 27, 1935

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

Early in the Depression, dapper, white-mustached Clarence Hungerford Mackay, board chairman of Postal Telegraph & Cable Corp., and his wife, who was Opera Singer Anna Case, closed their 50-servant "Harbor Hill" mansion on Long Island, ousted their superintendent from his snug, white lodge on the grounds, moved into the lodge. Last week the Mackays prepared to move back to "Harbor Hill." For the present they will open only the south side of the mansion, keep a skeleton staff.

So elated was the Count of Covadonga,...

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