Pigs. Last fortnight, Detroiters balloted in a primary to nominate two candidates for mayor (TIME, Oct. 24). The first nominee, by 30,000 votes, was John C. Lodge, politically chaste grand-uncle of Charles Augustus Lindbergh. The second nominee was John W. Smith, Detroit's present mayor.

Last week Mayor Smith & henchmen held a rally. Stated Mayor Smith: "I am Wet and do not believe any sane or sensible person believes the Prohibition Law can be enforced in great cities like Detroit, Chicago and New York. . . . The whole thing is the...

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