PROHIBITION: McCampbell for Campbell

McCampbell for Campbell

In the Department of Justice's reorganization of Prohibition Enforcement, which it took over this month from the Treasury (TIME, July 7), first notable change was at the biggest, Wettest metropolis in the land. For Major Maurice Campbell, Prohibition Administrator of New York City, was substituted a stalwart, black-mustachioed Kentuckian, Andrew McCampbell, 57, personal believer in Prohibition, a Dry law enforcer of long experience in the Midwest and on the Canadian border.

Major Campbell had been spectacular, often in the headlines. He had raided clubs, night clubs, big hotels....

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