Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on June 5, 1967 · Page 9
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Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho · Page 9

Nampa, Idaho
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Monday, June 5, 1967
Page 9
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WSCQMSJM.COURT SAYS Failure To Use Seat Belt May Be Ruled Negligence Idaho Fiee Pross, Mwday, June 5, 1907 - a BerU To Guejt HOLLYWOOD 'TJPI' -- Mll- lon Berle will pop up on television next (all us a guest star on the "I Dream of Jeannle" show. BOfSE -- A rt.tent decision by the Wisconsin Siprsnw Cotirt may encourage more motorists to use seat belts, if was pointed out by Warner C. Mills, Idaho commissioner of law enforcement. Mills said the Wisconsin Traffic Saf'ty Reporter, publishedby the Badger Stale Motor Vehicle Bureau, stated that the Wisconsin Sipreme Court had ruled that juries have the authority to find that an occupant of an automobile is negligent in failing to use the scat bell provided. "Thus," according to the Wisconsin magazine, "a passengnr injured in an accident while sitting on his seat belt could find himself in the position of not being able to collect damages from the driver," The decision, written by Chief Justice George R. Currle, stated that w.'iile failure to use the seat belt would not constitute automatic negligence, "We nevertheless conclude there is a duty, based on the common law standard of ordinary care, to use available seat belts independent o( any statutory mandate." Sherwin-Wians Parts 3rd SI. S«. * 15rtiAv..S«, Nompo 4*6-5010 PATRICIA CLA1R, daughter of !fr, and Mrs. Robert L. Clair of 315 Canyon St., Nampa, has been awarded a scholarship for future study at Northwest Christian College, Eugene, Ore. Miss Clair is shown here as she received the award from Dr. William T. Siefke, dean of the Oregon school, Economist To At GOP Club CALDWELL-The Republican Booster Club is inviting the public to hear noted economist Dr. Erwin Graue of Gonzaga University speak at a no-host dinner meeting at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, June 10, at McCarvin's Smorquets here, Dr. Graue's topic will be "What Price Political Overtones in the American Economy?" Tickets are $3.50 and may be purchased either at Short) Printers here, Bake Young Realty of Nampa, or at the door. Steve Symms is Booster Club president. Introducing Dr. Graue ami giving a brief report from Washington, D.C., will be First District Congressman James Me- Clure. Dr. Graue is considered one of the leading economists in the western part of the U.S. he served as Fulbright professor at the University of Ankara in Turkey. Dr. Graue joined the faculty at the University -;of Idaho-,in.' 1928 as professor ifeconormcsT He served as consultingeconom- ist of the Idaho Legislative Council In 1965-66. Retired from the University of Idaho in 1965, he is now teaching at Gonzaga. Dr. Graue was graduated from Gets Scholarship MARYLHUHST, Ore.-Kathleen Mi3hane of Nampa, Idaho, was one of 23 students a! Maryl- hust College here -- Oregon's lone tioltege for women -- receiving scholarships at ihe honors convocation recently. Miss McShane was awarded (lie Anthony Dwyer Memorial scholarship. Speak Meeting ,f DR. ERWIN GRAUE Cornell (N. Y.) Un iversity i n 1923, and he received his Ph.D. de gree in 1928. Nampa Realtor WASHINGTON - Bake Young of Nanpa. Haho, is one of fwc Idaho Realtors listed in a new director of Accredited Farmam Linrt Brokers, it was announce! !iy the office of the Nationa Association of Real Estati Boards here. The other is Harry F. Le Mann? of Twin Falls. Tola number listed is 120, in 2 C states. The professional AFLB desig nation is awarded to menfcr who pan:; a written examinatior on rural property brokerage and have had a minimum o fi/e year-;' experience in hand ling farm and ranch lands. Village Square a new design in Vamfurtflor The inventors ol Cushioned Vinyl Roc Give your floors the strikingly handsome look of natural hand-set random tile with realistically tnxturetl morlar l i n e s . . . and it's cushioned with a comfort-core of vinyl-foam. 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