CRIME: At Flemington

The most extraordinary passenger on the Aquitania as that Cunard-White Star liner steamed out of Southampton for New York last week was a pretty Scottish nursemaid whose name was not printed in the passenger list. She was whisked incognito to her cabin, where a stalwart British stewardess was posted before the door to keep out undesirable visitors. Nurse Betty Gow, from whose care the world's most famed baby was snatched on the windy night of March 1, 1932, was returning to the U. S. Surrounded by all the melodrama of a penny-dreadful, Nurse...

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