NEW AUTOMATED DRINKS SERVICE - 1932 In anticipation of Prohibition's eventual end a clever Massachusetts hotel manager demonstrates his new invention. Orders are filled via a miniature dumbwaiter/elevator placed in the middle of the table.
PIKES PEAK AUTO RACE - 1932 Careening at breakneck speed over hairpin twists and turns auto racer Glen Schultz sets a new record as he captures the annual Pikes Peak Hill Climb in 16 minutes and 37 seconds to win the Penrose Trophy.
UNUSUAL CAR RIDE OVER RIVER - 1932 C.W. West of Barlow, Oregon gives campers and swimmers a one-of-a-kind ride with a car that runs on a cable bridge over the Pudding River. People pay a dime to enjoy the great view and leap out for a swim too.
ALL-AMERICAN BASEBALL TEAM SELECTED - 1932 A montage of Babe Ruth's All-American Board of Baseball selectees interspersed with certificates bestowing the honor upon them. Bill Dickey of the Yankees, Lonnie Warneke of the Chicago Cubs and more smile and play ball.
ALL-AMERICAN BASKETBALL TEAM SELECTED - 1932 The All-American Board of Basketball selects the players for its 1932 All-American Team. Cut to a montage of the certificate each of players receive granting them their status interspersed with the players in action.
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.
FATHER COX & THE JOBLESS POLITICAL PARTY - 1932 The Jobless Party aka Blue Shirts gather in Creve Coeur, Missouri for a political convention and to salute their presidential candidate Father James R. Cox whose activism for the unemployed and homeless is legendary.
BOTTLE UNCAPPING CONTEST - 1932 Home brewers in Portland, Oregon hold an unusual competition to find who can uncap a group of the bottles the fastest then make it back to the finish line first. The winner sets a new record of nine seconds
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