POLAND: Dry Tongues

Eleven resolute women, all Drys, all members of the Government bloc in Poland's Sejm (Diet), arose from their seats last week, marched round and round the hall giving tongue to Dry slogans.

Dry women of the Opposition hesitated, gradually wrestled down their party loyalty, got up and joined the parade. Soon nearly every woman's tongue in the entire Sejm was lashing a Government bill introduced to relax the ten-year-old Polish law which forbids liquor sales between Saturday midnight and Sunday.

Tongue-lashed Polish males hastily post-poned the vote on the Government's bill, and ensured...

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