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NO SLOT MACHINES

1 Now York is taking no chances with machines of chance, which the State has decided are undesirable. Not only has a law been passed to. forbid the manufacture of new gambling slot machines, but all the old ones aro to be destroyed; and as soon as the law was signed eleven police cars set out to collect'as many as possible before they were hidden away. The first fruits of the raid were 2000 slot machines, and this, £40,000 worth of temptation, has been dumped at the bottom of the sea. It is' hoped to clear the whole city very soon. The profits made by tho owners of these machines were ho enormous that New York Sfafo made lip its mi ml. Hint Ihc disguised gambling must, (.'case.

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NO SLOT MACHINES, Evening Post, Volume CXVIII, Issue 36, 11 August 1934

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NO SLOT MACHINES Evening Post, Volume CXVIII, Issue 36, 11 August 1934

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