Transport: Safety Dividend

"Driving on the public highway will become a sporting proposition as much as deer hunting is today, when every instructed hunter enters the woods under a code which takes into consideration his fellow hunter."

Aimed at U. S. motorists (who last year bagged a record 39,500 motorists and pedestrians on U. S. highways) was this crack made last week by Ford Motor Co.'s grey, blunt William J. Cameron at a

Manhattan meeting of the Automotive Safety Foundation. Speaker Cameron was simply drawing a bead on the Foundation's aim to bring about full cooperation of...

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