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Birth Watch

For nine days last fortnight a "birth watch" of newshawks and cameramen camped outside the gates of the Morrow estate at Englewood, N. J., waiting to flash the news of the advent of Anne Morrow Lindbergh's second child. One day Mrs. Dwight Morrow and Mrs. Lindbergh were seen to leave the estate in Mrs. Morrow's Cadillac. A Hearst newshawk chased them to a Hudson River ferry. Just as the Morrow car rolled onto the boat, alert attendants slammed a gate in front of the newshawk's car. The birth-watchers telephoned their city...

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