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WARNS SPEEDER FROM AIR.

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WARNS SPEEDER FROM AIR.

The New York Times
December 21, 1922


Policeman on an Aerial Cruise Drops a Summons to a Motorist.

SAN JOSE, Cal., Dec. 20.—Bad luck literally rained on Dominic Bifiore yesterday, when a "John Doe" summons, charging him with speeding, fell in front of his automobile on a highway near here.  Looking up he saw an airplane circling about.

It developed that Robert Byers, traffic officer, was "taking the air" with an aviator friend when he saw Bifiore speeding.  Pulling a summons from his pocket, Byers had the airplane swoop down and dropped the paper in front of the automobile. Bifiore stopped and picked it up.

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