Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on June 9, 1965 · Page 3
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WEDNESDAY, .JUNE 9, .1965. IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN THREI Legislatures Counter-Attack In Battle Against Accidents CHICAGO (AP) —.State legislatures are counter-attacking in the nation's long and losing battle against highway accidents, which now kill an average of 125 Americans a day. A" more and more automobiles jam the highways, and the accident death rate climbs, legislatures are passing laws requiring seat belts, running rattletraps off the roads and reinforcing state highway patrols, an Associated Press survey showed today The National Safety Council said today there were 13,710 traffic deaths in the nation during the first four months this year, a 2 per cent increase over -.the same period last'year. • ; - Legislatures in Montana and ''North Dakota recently approved "bills requiring safety belts for front seats of all new cars, starting with the 1966 models. Husband of Former Resident Honored The husband of a former resident of Ironwood is one of five Gov. Henry Bellmon signed a similar measure for Oklahoma. Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller of! ' New York signed a bill to com-' pel used-car dealers to install! front seat belts in automobiles of 1963 and later models, : beginning Jan 1, 1967. i The Iowa Legislature ordered ! front seat belts for autos of 19621 ; and later models sold after Jan. The Ohio Legislature decided ' there must be front seat belts in new cars, starting next year. Safety belt statutes are in force in 23 states. Nebraska's lawmakers prohibited drag racing on streets i and public highways. i The Maryland Legislature made it a crime to operate a car in any intentionally "improper manner so as to cause skidding, spinning of wheels or excessive noise." Also banned was use of a flagman or timer in a race on a street or highway. A bill designed to get mobile junk heaps off the roads was State Municipal League to Meet IRON RIVER — The twenty- seventh annual Upper Peninsula convention of the Michigan Municipal League will be held at Iron River and Stambaugh on June 10-11, with Dr Kenneth j. Shouldice, administrator of War Memorial Hospital, Sault Ste. Marie and vice-president elect of Michigan Technological University, as the featured speaker. The convention will consist of University who have been selected to receive outstanding .f spection since the 1930s. It provide?: police, starting next month, can stop any auto consider defective and or- ir-n fi »,» h rp Mexico State where he received • 10 days to will lose their licenses. In titles' set fortn bv tne state commis- H™ "™ e Jsioner of motor vehicles. Ii The Ne vada Legislature ap- mn. n< r'p.i ™ w™ e proved legislation which forbids is a member ol Psl Chi Honorary and Psychology Club at the university. Award winners were selected by the dean of their respective colleges as outstanding graduates for 1965. Selection was based upon contributions to university life through scholarship, motor carriers to operate any vehicle that is found to be in unsafe condition. The Iowa Legislature added 100 men to the road patrol force. Georgia lawmakers provided money for 40 additional state patrolmen and salary increases of about $50 a month in the next campus hi events particlpation in two-year period for 450 patrol- r««n r »Hn a t resent the teacher education di- vlslon Program Friday at — The School classes of Our Saviour Lutheran Church will present a program Friday night, June 11. Refreshments will be served after the program. Mark Keuhnl has returned home from Ontonagon Memorial Hospital where he was a surgical patient. Gretchen Hill, who fractured her ankle, has returned home from Ontonagon Memorial Hospital. Colorado law gives the automobile the same status as a gun as a deadly weapon. It provides 1 to 14 years in prison for causing a death with a car deliberately or through extreme recklessness, such as in drag racing. Injuries under similar circumstances can result in 1-to- 5-year terms. The minimum age for a driver's license was raised from 15 to 16 in Montana and from 16 to 17 in Utah except for those who pass an approved training course. Indiana made all driver 'licenses probationary for persons under 21, subject to revocation by the Bureau of Motor Vehicles. FULL-SIZE CONNOISSEUR ELECTRIC RANGE SPECIAL THIS WEEK AA with KctpUblt trad* U>. «l lr«tf.m.rht @ .nd *CA by Whir10»»l Cor»er.tieft, •f tCA WHUlfOOL 0»"<>«c«i, •utlwrli.4 by lo*. Model RME 1151 • Two Balanced-Heat ovens. • Eye-level controls. • Pull-out cooktop. • Automatic Mealtimer'. • Excluiiv* Btr-B-K«w«r ». •Spillgutrd* top. *r«k. * Am*ric«. TED ELLOS APPLIANCE STORE Downtown Ironwood •'•-">• t IASY IUDGET TERMS several panel discussions on subjects such as water management and pollution control, and the problems in community redevelopment. Alfred E. Wright, mayor o f Ironwood, will lead one of" the panel discussions considering such areas of personnel administration as wage anc! salary schedules, job class ifications and specific a t ions, costs o f fringe benefits, and' recent legislative proposals affecting municipal employes Chester SHoquist. mayor pro tem, Stambaugh. will preside at the opening luncheon, which will be held at the American Legion Hall in Stambaugh; and N G Damoose, city manager. Battle Creek, and president of the Michigan Municipal League, will speak on the topic o f League activities and services. Business 'at the dinner session will include the annual election of officers for Region 10 These regional officers served as a liaison between league headquarters and its regional member municipalities and play a great part in helping member officials realize and make use of league services. The Friday morning session will open with a review of the League's 1965 legislative p r o gram, and will close with a panel "round table", including municipal and highway department officials discussing a 1 1 phases of municipal operators. The Michigan Municip a 1 League, organized in 1899, Is] made up of 426 cities and villages in Michigan and is dedicated to the advancement o f home rule and the improvement of municipal governm e nt through cooperative effort. "GERRYMANDER" The political term "gerrymander" implies the practice of dividing a city, state or countv into voting districts In an unfair way, so the party in power stays there. | Battleship to Be Memorial NORFOLK Va. rAP) — The battleship Massachusetts left the mothball fleet for good Tuesday for new duty as a war memorial The 'Big Mamie" was to be towec! north f ,o Fall River, Mass . with 26 members of the Massachusetts' Memorial Commission aboard Eleven were members of Uie Massachusetts' crew during World War II. She will beome a museum and memorial to the 13.000 Massachusetts men who gave their lives In World War II. The battlewagon has been In mothballs at the Norfolk Naval Shipyard at Portsmouth! Va. for 20 years.> Pope Receives Envoy In Private Audience VATICAN CITY (APl- Pop9 Paul VI received In private audience Tuesday Archbishop Emanuele Clarizio the Vatican envoy who mediated for a cease-fire in the Dominican Re, public. Sources said Msgr. ! 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