PROHIBITION: Repeal by Christmas

Repeal of the 18th Amendment looked so close last week that even a good professional Dry like Prohibition Director Alfred Vernon Dalrymple was in favor of letting distilleries resume production immediately under government license to stock up for the coming deluge. "Major" Dalrymple, a hefty, red-faced A. E. F. veteran who spent years chasing 'leggers, personally opposes Repeal which would cost him his job. Yet at New Orleans he declared:

"There's no use to kid ourselves and there isn't any use in delaying the start of liquor manufacture. It will mean putting hundreds...

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