Mrs Mary Ann Waldorf - Proprietor. Mrs Waldorf, whose second husband is Max Waldorf, also runs a large apartment house, known as Centre Cliff Lodge at No 10 South Green as well as a ladies' and children's hairdresser at No 39 High Street. In 1934 she also purchases No 26 North Parade.
Also in 1934, Mrs Waldorf and her daughter, Muriel, find themselves at the centre
of an extraordinary set of events destined to hog the tabloid headlines for months and which comes to be popularly known as the case of 'The Wenhaston Millions'.
To read an account of the case, compiled from contemporary news stories, click here.