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AIRLINES: Goodbye to Prohibition

Because the airlines need every possible cent of profit during their current cash squeeze, and because the two-drink limit on domestic flights was hard to...

Prohibition: Moonshine on the Rocks

In Jackson hotels and restaurants, a stinger or a Scotch on the rocks was served with a straw. Dry-martini buffs gagged on concoctions as wet—and sometimes as...

Religion: Prohibition at Once?

The U.S. will have full wartime prohibition at once if five churches (with over 16,000,000 members&#151about half the Protestants in the whole U.S.) have their...

PROHIBITION: PROHIBITION - 25th & 26th

28th & 26th They said Vermont was doubtful on Repeal, pointed for proof to its first prohibition law in 1852, its dry record ever since. But when the votes...

PROHIBITION: Confusion

The prohibition question became involved again in its continual melee by an unexpected turn of events. The Church Temperance Society of the Protestant...

PROHIBITION: Death and Duty

From Washington the Government announces that 33 Federal prohibition agents have been killed since prohibition was enacted. Said Commissioner Haynes: " When...

RETAIL TRADE: Just Like Prohibition

Just Like Prohibition Fair Trade laws were frowned on last week by two experts in government and business. ¶ Before a House Judiciary subcommittee, Chief...

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