Transport: Like They Walk

Because her 19-year-old son was killed when his motorcycle collided with a truck Aug. i, Mrs. Edna Kurth. a 37-year-old Denver divorcee who ran a lunchroom, last week collected $1,500 insurance. With $450 she bought a coupe. That night, after several drinks she and her sister-in-law rocketed down South Kalamath Street at 80 m.p.h.. sideswiped the curb and a telephone pole, were both killed.

The traditional belief that flaming youth is guilty of most drunken driving accidents was last week scouted by the results of a six-month survey released by the New York State...

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