Nine travelers who booked passage on the
inaugural flights of the new Ludington Line service between Norfolk and
Washington one day last week were astonished to find there was no
charge. Five who had paid fares in advance received their money back
before the plane took off. Reason: the first flights were made before a
State license was issued to the company.
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