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Kuna Melba News k, June 21, 2006 - 15 eSmmm in Bert Shields BOISE - Tailgating, quick lane changes, running yellow lights, speeding or ignoring traffic signs and signals are telltale characteristics of an aggressive driver, according to the Idaho Transportation Department. "Getting Aggressive with Aggressive Drivers" is the. latest message the ITD and law enforcement agencies throughout Idaho are giving motorists this summer as patrols are beefed up from June 5 to August 14 to catch and fine aggressive drivers. "I see crashes every day that injure or kill people as a result of aggressive driv- ing," said Boise Police Offi- cer Kyle Wills. "Think about living the rest of your life with the thought of having maimed or killed someone and then think again if it is worth speeding or running lights." Aggressive driving injures and kills more people each year than any other driving behavior. Last year, 55 percent of car crashes in Idaho were the result of aggressive driv- ing, according to ITD. While teens are four times more likely to be involved in an ag- gressive driving crash than all other age groups, almost every adult is also guilty of driving aggressively. The challenge that the transportation department and law enforcement agen- cies face in working to re- duce aggressive driving is that most drivers recognize aggressive driving behaviors in others, while failing to see their own aggressive behav- iors. "If you are an aggressive driver, eventually youre go- ing to seriously injure or kill yourself or someone else, neither of which is worth getting to your destination five minutes earlier," said Wills. Aggressive Driving in Idaho Aggressive driving is against the law. Fines for aggressive driving in Idaho range from $62 to $117. Traffic violations that result in points on your drivers record could lead to license revocation and higher insur- ance premiums. Following are the top five aggressive driving behaviors in Idaho, according to ITD: Speeding Following to close Failing to yield Disregarding traffic signs and signals Driving too fast for condi- tions For more information about aggressive driving behaviors and how to curb them, call ITDs Office of Traffic and Highway Safety at 208 334-8100 or go to the Web site at itd.idaho.gov. Sheryl Ann Forrey Sheryl Ann Forrey, 41, Melba, died at her home Monday, June 19, 2006. Ar- rangements are with Alsip & Persons Funeral Chapel, Nampa, 466-3545 ClassifiedAdvertisingRates: $5 for the first 20 words, plus 20 a word of each word over 20. Phone 922-3008 or email to kunamelbanews@aol.com or fax to 922-3009 to place your ad. Non-commercial classified ads are free for subscribers to the Kuna Melba News. Bert Shields, 76, of Melba, passed away at a Boise hos- pital on Wednesday, June 14, 2006. A funeral service to cel- ebrate his life was held Saturday morning, June 17th, at the Alsip & Persons Funeral Chapel, in Nampa. Burial was at the Melba Cemetery with military honors by the Melba American Legion, Divin-Stonecker Post #126. Bert was born on April 22, 1930, in Thayer, Iowa the son of Bert and Elizabeth Shields. The family made their home in Iowa until Bert was 14 and then they moved to Marsing where he graduated from high school. He served his coun- try in the U.S. Army during the Korean Conflict. He was proud of his country and proud that he served in the mili- tary. He was married to Lucille Dines from 1955 to 1974. To this union two children were born, Terri Hoover and Tony Shields. Bert loved to dance and made many friends doing so. He was so proud of his 40 years of work on his genealogy. He en- joyed woodworking and made over 500 barn birdhouses that he sold from coast to coast. On February 11, 1994, he mar- ried Vera Stokes and they made their home in Melba. He worked at various jobs throughout his lifetime and retired from the U.S. Postal Service. Bert is survived by his loving wife, Vera Shields, Melba; daughter and son-in-law, Terri and Rod Hoover, Nampa; son, Tony Shields, Nampa; two granddaughters, Candice and Leslie Shields; two sisters, Helen and her husband, Glen Blacklock, Boise, and Norma and her husband, George Bon- ta, Caldwell; a brother Eldon and his wife, Xariff Shields, Nampa; and a number of nieces and nephews. His parents and eight siblings preceded him in death. The family suggests memorials to a favorite charity. If you enjoy reading the Kuna Melba News, please support our advertisers! They make this paper possible. Subscribe today! 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Call to learn more or to reserve your space at a seminar. 1-800-962-3799 (ID #8092) * (TI'Y) 1-866-832-8671 (ID #8092) Monday-Friday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. www.MedicareComplete.com *You must continue to pay your-Part B premium unless otherwise paid for under Medicaid or another third party. Copays and imits apply. **Exceptions and imits apply. Medicare Complete Choice Rx is a Medicare Advantage plan offered by United HealthCare Insurance Company, a Medicare Advantage organization with a Medicare contract. @2006 United HealthCare Services, Inc. R 060421 86 AC