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Fiorello La Guardia talks to the people. He addresses a comment to Winston Churchill on the meaning of the Atlantic Charter; conserving heating fuel; meat shortage and New York Times reporting; warns housewives on food prices; frozen fish; substitute for potatoes; poultry dealer cooperation; Red Cross donations; war prisoner care; New York quota for Red Cross drive; curfew for entertainment establishments; order to police to keep speakeasys from developing; honest vs. crooked judges in regards to illegal sale of alcohol; open talk to Governor McNutt on halting of curfew violations.
Audio courtesy of the NYC Municipal Archives WNYC Collection
WNYC archives id: 59247
Municipal archives id: LT4086