PROHIBITION: N.W.D.L.E.L. v. W.O.F.N.P.R.

Women got excited on both sides of Prohibition in Washington last week. The only things the National Woman's Demo- cratic Law Enforcement League and the Women's Organization For National Prohibition Reform had in common were: the awkward length of their names, an intense belief that liquor would be the paramount 1932 issue, a visit to the White House.

The N. W. D. L. E. L. met under the energetic presidency of Maryland's plump Mrs. Jesse W. Nicholson. She flayed all Wet Democratic presidential possibilities, warned everyone...

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