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Grogy after the defeat of their
fdry" cause prohibitionists kept quiet for almost six months, gathering tfcair strength in the meantime. Now they are again in full cry at least here in Youngstown. They claim that the state ad ministration of th$ liquor ,trade III crooked. They claim thftt tin old saloon •fcbacku, .... ?They claim that not only is old saloon back, but the bootlegger is also doing business at the old stand. It is about time that this farce ty ended. The decent saloon of pre Ijtfohibition days, strictly con trolled and supervised by the police was a far better place than the modern restaurant saloon or beer garden. ^The present evil will not end, 4fetil the entire liquor handling •ystem is changed. The state monopoly will not #©rk unless prices are reduced. '.It would be far better to li cense rectifiers and wholesalers «&ain. The restaurant-saloon must go and a strictly controlled liquor license law provided. As long as men are men, some 4B|0n will crave drink. ,Prohibition did not cure the "fSaving and naturally it did not •top drinking. Abolishment of prohibition has lead us into more "noble ex periments". Away with them. The experiments are proving *|e present system a failure. The liquor question is with us again. It is a problem^ but not as the drys would have it to restore prohibition. The pro blem is the coirect handling of liquor. A systeni? devoid of graft, qhiseling, political influence must be devised. The bootlegger must be erradicted. s Let us hope Ohio will find a *%ay. ,v They claim that abolishment tárgya.'A gyűlést a West Sidei .Of ills brought about by prohibition and argue that for this reason prohibition should be restored. We are not supposed to have 1&loons, and yet we have them. The restaurant provision of the |pv is a farce. When we had saloons they Had to close at midnight. Now they close when they please. When we had saloons they were closed on Sundays now alleged restaurant part of the saloon is open on Sundays and so are the lier gardens. The interior of saldotts in the ok! days was open to public inspection, no screens were allowed- TJhe modern saloon is equipped with booths, dim lights, screens and curtains. „The bootlegger is still with us because thtf modern saloon keepers pay so much license fees arid so rrrach for liquor that prices are necessarily high, jffeople can't afford the prices. They want to drink. The boot ^pger does the business. ti« prohibition has not cured the Magyar Otthonban tartották. In some respect the "drys" YOUNGSTOWN. OHIO 1934 MÁJUS 17. MAGYAR BASEBALL Al ti) Magyar Liga áíf ftfér kőzése a Youngstown Ver hovay és a Campbell Kultui közt lesz Campbellben. INCREASING RAPIDLY The Verhovay Aid Assoc. Rr. 364 seems to have a difficult job in getting all its members to gether to come to a meeting at the same time, even to elect its permenent officers which has been held up for the past three meet ings because there wasn't enough members to.vote. The present members and any one wishing to join are asked to be present at the next meeting which is to be held at the W. S. Magyar Home on Thursday eve ning at 7:30 P. M., June 7,1934. At present the club has 56 members to its credit, with more new members wishing to join every day. The Baseball team played its first practice game last Sunday with the Campbell Camel branch 365 and came out on top the home team with a score of '7 runs and Camel 1 run. It plays a regular game t|u^ Sunday at Campbell. this is but a beginning and the team is getting better and better every day by the looks of things the boys will surely bring that trophy home. "'Beteg tagok: Vas István, 27 Palmer Ave. Szilágyi Mihály, 512 Crescent St. Szénégető Mik lós, Lock wood, O. Hornyákí György né, 861 Wilson Ave. Var ga János, 1647 Midland Ave., je lenleg So. Side City kórház.