TRANSPORT: Second Flight

Among the 30 passengers who escaped unhurt from the flaming crash of a Mid-Continent Airline Convair at Tulsa, Okla. one day last week were Dr. and Mrs. James D. Alway of Aberdeen, S.D., bound for Mexico on a vacation. Dr. Alway had been a pilot in World War I, but it was 49-year-old Mrs. Alway's first airline trip. When newsmen talked to her later, she was mainly worried because her vacation wardrobe, including a new spring coat, had been destroyed in the fire. Of her narrow escape she said simply: "My husband had his arm around me and as...

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