People: Pleasures & Palaces

Ever since Mussolini's troops marched over his tiny kingdom of Albania, former King Zog, like many another D.P., has been looking for a place to put down roots. Last week he found just what he wanted: a 60-room mansion bordered with a half mile of rhododendron bushes, plus 100-odd acres of rich farm land, on Long Island. It was a barter deal, reported the New York Times. Short on cash, Zog had plunked down "a bucket of diamonds and rubies" in a royal exchange. The King's spokesmen hastily sent out frantic denials. The...

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