Aeronautics: For Drinking

Not to cement international relations, not to advance the cause of commercial aviation, not for money or glory, James Goodwin Hall, War pilot, flew last week from Long Island to Havana in 23 min. less than Captain Frank Hawks's record, and back in 8 min. more than the Hawks' record. His cause: to arouse interest in "The Crusaders," anti-Prohibition organization of which he is Manhattan chieftain. His plane, a fast Lockheed Altair painted yellow, blue & white, bears on its side the shield of the Crusaders with the legend "Help End Prohibition."...

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