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IT'S "RARE SPORT," SAYS WOMAN WHO SQtffpg
Steering your own "car" over the
skyscrapers of New York 1,200 feet
above Broadway is rare sport, ac
cording to Sirs. R. C. Saufley, and as
she's the only woman who ever tried
that kind of pastime there's no room
left for argument.
Mrs Saufley is the wife of lieu
tenant R. C. Saufley of the U. Sifavy
and -she shares her husband's enttfu-'
siasm for aerial navigation, buf'hHF
first trip up above the skyscrapers
was made recently when she steefld l
the "ship" herself. f ""
SPIRITUOUS LIQUORS JOLTED
"Hereafter no spirituous liquors
will be sold where special bar permits
have been issued." This order was
sent out to commanding police
officers by Chief Gleason yesterday
after -a conference with Committee
of culbwomen who called his atten
tion to the fact that bar permit.'
while they mentioned malt and'vinl4':
ous liquors, did not include theJperST
mission to sell spirituous liquors. ai
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Jos. Mohr, president John Mohr;&
Sons, boiler makers, 1520 N. RohvJ?