CHINA: Kidnapper's Pilot

If the late Bruno Richard Hauptmann had ever had a chauffeur, and if this chauffeur should now be hired by Mrs. Charles Lindbergh, her decision would be no more remarkable than that made in Shanghai last week by beauteous, bang-browed Mme Chiang Kaishek, wife of the Chinese Dictator, arch-apostle of China's sententious New Life Movement, and a graduate of Wellesley.

She hired last week to fly her personal plane U. S. Citizen Julius Barr, onetime air chauffeur to Young Marshal Chang Hsueh-liang who recently kidnapped her husband (TIME, Dec. 21 et seq.). Modern...

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