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Teach 'em about the dangers of drunk driving when they're young.

That's the view of a growing number of educators. Stepped-up public focus on the drunk driver problem is increasing interest in telling more children at a younger age about the dangers of drinking. The American Automobile Association (AAA) has long supplied junior and senior high alcohol education programs. Now they're putting together a program for elementary schools. The materials will be available this fall.

The AAA reports that officials from many schools, barely interested in the subject as recently as a year ago, are now ''impatient'' to get hold of elementary school material.

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