CRIME: On Sourland Mountain (Cont'd)

If Charles Augustus Lindbergh Jr. was alive, he became 21 months old last week, the fourth week since he was snatched from his crib on Sourland Mountain near Hopewell, N. J. The State of New Jersey had already spent $50,000 searching for him. It had cost Columbia Broadcasting System alone $40,000 to keep the public informed of developments, not to mention newspapers' outlay. Prime development last week was an announcement by three substantial citizens of Norfolk, Va. that they were in communication with the kidnappers.

John Hughes Curtis, a builder of small boats,...

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