CRIME: Never-to-be-Forgotten

If a Negro from Marshall's Corner N.J. had not decided to get out of his truck and relieve himself in the woods a mile from Hopewell last week, a half-dozen accredited negotiators and a hemisphere's police would still be looking for kidnapped, murdered Charles Augustus Lindbergh Jr.

At a point 75 ft. from the edge of the concrete Princeton-Hopewell Road, traveled by the child's friends, kin and every official in New Jersey during the 72-day search, William Allen noticed something round and bright protruding from a mound of rubble...

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