TOP NEWS STORIES FOR 1934 Top news stories for 1934 include a gale that hits the Pacific Northwest especially damaging to the Seattle waterfront, demolition of Atlanta, Georgia slums begins and the President and First Lady help celebrate Armistice Day. Royalty also made the news along with the first all-female football team and new methods to foil bootleggers.
RAID & SHOOTOUT AT BOOTLEGGING PLANT - 1932 Sheriff deputy POVs of a Downey, California tar insulation plant under surveillance just before itís raided for its undercover bootlegging activities. A thrilling shootout peppers a window with bullet holes and nets the deputies several bootleggers along with confiscated alcohol.
BOOTLEG BOOZE DESTROYED BY FEDS - 1932 The U.S Department of Justice destroy 1,800 barrels of confiscated beer rounded up under the Prohibition laws. Sledgehammers and axes are used to break open the barrels and drain away their illegal liquid. Afterwards the barrels are burned to prevent any future misuse.
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