1. The "gasoline and liquor don't mix" was a popular prohibition argument. And here (left): we'll just throw some made-up stats at ya. 2. Good for the engine, but not for the engineer. Hey—Whistler's Mother joins the fray. 3. Freedom-lovers DON'T DRINK. 4. Alcohol means death to the nation. And the white man. 5. Women at a large repeal parade in Newark, NJ. in 1932. 6. Bible verse! Nice. At a New York City repeal parade, 1921.