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JUSTICE STORY: Bank teller by day, go-go dancer by night slaughtered after stealing cash

When Irene Brandt never returned to work after stepping out for lunch on a balmy autumn day in 1966, her fellow tellers at Hempstead Bank in Long Island were annoyed, but hardly alarmed.

She was only 20 after all, sugar-sweet and eager to please, and about the only bad thing anyone could say about...

New York Daily News for Friday, September 30, 1966. ...