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Subject: [Bklyn] Brooklyn Standard Union Jan 9,1931 News
Date: Fri, 6 Dec 2002 19:46:51 EST


B.S.U. Friday Jan 9,1931
News

PILOT'S LICENSE FOR COLLEGE GIRL
Miss Laura MORGAN,of 1111 Park avenue,Manhattan, was granted a private
pilot's license by George D.REAM,field inspector of the Aeronautical Bureau
of the U.S.Department of Commerce, at Curtiss Airport yesterday.
Miss MORGAN was graduated from Smith College.She is taking a course in
flying which eventually will enable her to obtain a transport license.
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3 BORO HUNGER VICTIMS COLLAPSE
Exposure and starvation to-day was the cause of suffering to three
Brooklyn people. All were aided by police and hospital authorities.
Jeanette HATHAWAY, 12, of 763 Barbey street, collapsed while waiting in a
bread line at Miller avenue station.She was treated by a doctor and taken to
Trinity Hospital.
William GAYNOR,61,of 46 Cooke street,was taken to Kings County Hospital
from his home, suffering from staravation, while another man out of work,John
McCARTHY,35,of 35 Nineteenth street, was treated at his home for the effects
of
exposure and later taken to M.E.Hospital.

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