8 October 1950

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8 October 1950 - Guiding Runaway Automobile Isn't Driving, Judge...
Guiding Runaway Automobile Isn't Driving, Judge Finds entered into the traffic court of being towed behind a automobile second ve- ^ i A ...—V "'-•"f, <-u»*=u oenmu a second ve- Judge Arthur J Mays. | hide broke loose and rolled across an an intersection. Mr. Ferre was at the wheel of A man charged with driving with no operator's license and ignoring a red traffic semaphore j the rolling "vehicle" heard the judge pronounce: "Case dismissed. 1 ' The cilations were issued Sept. 30 against Bill S. Ferre. 2680 S. Judge's Ruling Judge Mays ruled that since the vehicle was being towed and broke foose through no fault of Mr. Ferre. the man was not driving. Therefore, he could not have driven the vehicle through a red semaphore. And since he was not driving, he needed no operator's license. S. L. Pianist Plays Benefit for Nurses' Registry

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  1. The Salt Lake Tribune,
  2. 08 Oct 1950, Sun,
  3. Page 70

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