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Days | 273 Gloria and Blumey were photographed together celebrating the repeal of Prohibition at the Central Park Casino. Peggy Fears was there too, the caption in the Daily News noted, but Blumey was “squiring” Gloria. One day, in the summer of 1933, Blumey brought Gloria to Nathan Burkan’s office to get his advice with respect to a most distressing family conflict. 274 A. C.  Blumenthal  was  in  many  ways  an  archetypal  Nathan  Burkan  client—a  brash,  up-by-his-bootstraps  money  magnet.  Gloria  Morgan  Vanderbilt—a stammering, dispossessed blue blood

reciprocated. Very truly yours, | Clarence Darrow 24. Frank Spurlock (1854–1947), a lawyer from Chattanooga, Tennessee, was well known as a local lawyer who championed civil liberties, including the repeal of Prohibition laws. Although he was always in private practice, he was also general counsel for many years for the Chattanooga Times, the city water company, a local railroad, and other companies. 25. Robert S. Keebler (1889–1976), a lawyer from Memphis, Tennessee, had been a vocal critic of the law under which Scopes was prosecuted. In June 1925, before the trial, he

excellent wine-grape vines were torn up and prunes, apricots, and oranges planted in their places. With the repeal of prohibition in 1933, the California wine industry revived and by 1938 had outstripped preprohibition records. T h e highway skirts the northern base ( R ) of SLOVER MOUNTAIN (1,509 alt.), at 50.4 m., which furnishes raw material for 4,000,000 barrels of cement a year. T h e mountain is owned and worked by the California-Portland Cement Company. C O L T O N , 51.9 m. (847 alt., 9,686 pop.), is a manufacturing town on the main lines of the