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Texas / Drunk Driving #537813

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Jun 27, 1984
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REPORTER: Tom Brokaw

(Rockport, Texas) "The Toast of the Coast Herald" newspaper publisher Pat Mullins' approach to humiliating drunk drivers here examined; films, photos shown. [MULLINS - denies being Carrie Nation with a camera, just wants to impress seriousness of drunk driving in community.] [Store owner Richard BECK - considers Mullins' paper yellow journalism.] [Mayor Burt MILLS - supports Mullins.] Mills noted one of Mullins' targets after DUI arrest. Rise in "Herald" sales and drop in DUI arrests since Mullins began campaign noted. [MULLINS - hopes community fears his humiliation.]
REPORTER: Robert Elliot

Brokaw, Tom;
Elliot, Robert

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