ARMY & NAVY: Sailor's Girl

ARMY & NAVY

Before any decision had been announced in the cases of sailors who were a month ago accused of smuggling five girls aboard four navy vessels (TIME, April 23), one of these baggages appeared in Manhattan, eager to talk to newsgatherers. Her name, she asserted on various occasions, was Rumilda, Murilda or Ramilda Avery. When taken off the destroyer Sands a month ago, she had claimed to be a waitress.

This time, Miss Avery forgot about being a waitress. Her story was published in the N. Y. Evening Porno-Graphic. She was an adventuress, she said, and had without any persuasion...

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