PROHIBITION: Shouse For Curran

Because Prohibition is a matter of politics and politics is a matter of propaganda, horsey, fun-loving Jouett Shouse, ablest of political propagandists, was last week named president of the Association Against the Prohibition Amendment. His selection was announced by rich, precise Pierre Samuel du Pont, chairman of A. A. P. A.'s executive committee. Major Henry Hastings Curran, the Association's president for the past five years, was made vice chairman of the board.

Early in 1929 John Jacob Raskob, to revive the defeat-shattered Democracy, put Mr. Shouse in charge of the party's Washington...

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