Bio: Braun, Frederick (28-Mar-1935)
Contact: Duane Horn
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner
March 28, 1935
Safety Grams by Frederick Braun
Liquor and gas do not mix. Each may be in a separate container, but still be bad company. I have no sympathy nor mercy for a drunken auto driver. The laws governing this type of convicted criminal are too lenient. Judges should enforce the laws to the limit. The killing of innocent citizens by drunken drivers should not be permitted. But when is a man drunk? That should not be the question. A man who has had only one drink of liquor cannot have the same judgment or control that he would have had no liquor been consumed. I can see no plausible argument of defense. It is dangerous to drive while under the influence of liquor. It seems hard to get this lesson across to the people. Drinking and driving are two very separate operations that have nothing in common, and they should not be indulged in at the same time.
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