National Affairs: Pint Raid

Little did Herbert Cooper of Brooklyn, Benjamin McReynolds of St. Louis, James Carson of Philadelphia, John Atwater of Rockville Centre, L. I., and seven other men in evening dress suspect when they joyfully and separately entered the Hollywood Restaurant on Broadway one night last week, that they would soon be hustled out as subjects for a prime Prohibition test-case in Manhattan. The Hollywood is a popular middle-class night club of the post-Texas Guinan epoch. Its patrons are attracted by its moderate prices, its undress show. The place is Dry in that the...

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