Transport: Drunken Drivers

When Utah ratified the 21st Amendment last year and put an end to 14 years of Prohibition, Drys balefully predicted that drunken drivers would henceforth make highways avenues of death. First straw in the wind tickled many a Dry last week when statistics revealing a nationwide increase in drunken drivers were released in Washington by Dr. Theron Wendell Kilmer, police surgeon of Hempstead, L. I. To the convention of the International Association of Police Chiefs Dr. Kilmer reported that tipsy driving cases had jumped 479% in Los Angeles; 380% in Cincinnati; 300% in...

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