At 3, she was able to use a typewriter.
At 4, she wrote a poem and made her first public speech.
At 8, she published a book of verse, Mother Goose in Esperanto, which some people, including her mother, thought was a wonder.
At 9, she had mastered 13 languages.
At 26, she made the pink front page of the New York Evening "pono-") Graphic. The photograph showed her lolling in bed, clad in scant, fluffy negligee, with a sad but inviting expression on her face. This happened last week.
She, Winifred Sackville Stoner Jr., was supposed...