National Affairs: W. O. N. P. R.

Three days after President Hoover had pledged his administration to the Constitution in general and the 18th Amendment in particular, Mrs. Charles Hamilton Sabin resigned as New York's Republican National Committeewoman. Her reason: "I want to devote my untrammeled efforts toward working for a change in the Prohibition law." Her friends awaited developments, well knowing that the slim, smiling, brown-eyed wife of Manhattan Banker Sabin did not drop, without finishing, what she took up. Last week came some developments:

Fifty women, representing 17 states, met in Chicago, formed the Woman's Organization for National Prohibition Reform. Mrs. Sabin, leading spirit, was chosen chairman....

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