BEAR RIVER VALLEY LEADER, THURSDAY, JULY 2, 1936 PACT TO07L at flayQr .yA.jyiatiirity - 6. Don't' discbarge fireworks near FostoffJce at buildings. Get out to the open. Second Claee Matter. 7. Don't let children play with Tremonton, Utah, on matches. Keep matcnes out or tneir ali u ruMlrttit at Sunday ' ises of all rubbish. VAUJBT LEADEB gSAB RIVKK of each week. 8. Don't let children throw spark lers. They remain hot some time and 2.00 Oh are dangerous. uu Unntha fin advance) 9. Don't let children discharge fire50 rfaree Months (to advance) works unattended. 10. Don't let children . stand too close to fireworks that are being disNATIONAL EDITORIAL charged. ASSOCIATION 11. Don't let children pick up un1 discharged fireworks. They might ex- erry-uor- Adventurers --- i Club Free to PjibKc Industrial Library. Adwrtisins MKer you ara be " promptly Jorwarded. iTth. Amic nuXBuiMM fetlnsted Iinwm "The Night Alarm" By FLOYD GIBBONS Famous Headline Hunter. oOo se fill OUt COmDletelv. and Slimmer Lancelet Used as Food squash are tasty when small, just afChina uses the lancelet, a transparter the bloom has dropped off. ent sea animal, for a food. It is lust as true, however that other vegetables should mature more completely before being used. Tomatoes should be ripened well on the vine, as should Winter squash. Cantaloupe are at their best when they need not be pulled from the stem. hut. roll off the vine at a touch. plode. 12. Don't keep fireworks in the home uncovered.- - Keep in tin box until used. 13. Don't forget, above all, that most Fourth of July accidents can be prevented. Lowest Priced 16 Months Old introducing Distinguished Adventurer Doris Beede of Mass, Doris is seventeen now, but she was only CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATIONS fourteen when Old Lady Adventure came along to pluck her out of The United States Civil Service her bed one cold winter morning and throw her into an experience Commission has announced open com her on few that has left a deep, searing scar on her mind, and quite a petitive examinations as follows: WE'RE IKEIICAJ IIBIST1IU LlBMJY Comment on UNITED STATES 111: lUoWiMl NEWS To Your Town Mmywtd Syndic swell as to your Country body, too. Doris had company in this adventure of hers. Her best girl friend, Ruth Sullivan, was spending a week with her, when, on February US, tendril-lik- e arms. tragedy reached out toward them with long, on the top floor ofthe In a bedroom were two The sleeping girls MORMONS WOULD BE Beede home, when, about two o'clock In the morning, they were awakON PAR WITH QUAKERS. ened by cries of "Fire!" Doris woke up first ana nudged Ruth. She Jumped out of bed and ran ttf On the first Sunday of the month window. A Are in the neighborhood. That ought to be fun sitting Bp the one meal. eat will but Mormons the She peered out the window at in the window, watching the there The money thus saved will be pooled was a sort of' in order to take 88,000 of the faith- the neighbor's house across the way. No fire there. But there of the house. side on other must be the overhead. It to the reddish sky glow ful off the federal relief rolls. The Bible says "Pure religion beHolocaust Sweeps Over Doris' Home. fore God our Father is this. To visit Ruth was just getting But of bed. Doris started for the room across the the fatherless and the widow in their hall. She got as far as the door and as she opened It, a billow of smoke affliction and keep oneself unspotted rolled into the room. She reeled back, coughing and rubbing her smarting eyes from the world." It wasn't the house next door that was afire. It was her ownl The Mormons evidently do not wish Throuah the ooen door came not only smoke, but heat Down below to be considered less religious than her, Doris could hear the flames crackling. All of a sudden fire flared up the Quakers not one of whom had brightly in the hall below and began eating Ite way up the stairs. 8he been on government relief during tried to turn on the electric light, but it didn't work. The wires had the depression. long since been burned; away. Another gust of heat came rushing through the open door It scorched her. She turned and ran to the win. dow where Ruth was already standing. TOUGH ON THE LOSERS. "At the window," she says, "we bad a moment's relief from the heat behind We could See people running around down below us, and both ef v us. Competition among doctors and to attract their attention. They saw us, but could do nothing for a screamed on is lose who those lawyers tough out. But the American system of Trapped by Flames High Up in the Attic. plenty of entrants in these fields cul "We were In the attic story, 40 feet above ground, and they had no ladder minating in a survival of the fittest that would reach that far. I began to wonder about the rest of my family to is probably better for the public if wonder If had all escaped. If they weren't out by that time I knew they not to the immediate advantage of must all bethey dead, for nothing could live In that flaming Inferno on the floor the loser. below." Dr. Mayo, famous Rochester, Minn. Doris searched the crowd below in vain for any sign of her mother surgeon recently let it be known that and father. But suddenly a new peril took her mind off her quest A he favors high standards which make burst of flame came through the door of the room she was in. Licking it difficult for would-b- e doctors to tongues of fire shot half way across the floor. And at the same time, make the grade. He is not in favor more flames burst from the side of the house beneath the window at or artificially restricting the number which the two girls were standing, and came creeping up toward them. The heat was terrific both below and behind them. It scorched their facet as they hung out of the window scorched their bodies when they pulled baci Into the room. Clang of the Firje Engines Is Sweet Music to the Girls. The yard the ground below was all but obscured now by the great clouds of smoke. From far down the street came the welcome sound of the fire engine but would it be in time? Now the room behind them was a roaring inferno. The floor wae ablaze the bed was burning. Hot tongues of flame were licking out at their bodies and the two girls climbed out on the window sill sat there with their legs dangling. "But this," says Darls, "was literally a step from the frying pan into the fife, for the flames that had consumed the second floor were whipping up the side of the walls and in no time my legs were being burned. The two girls screamed as the flames seared the soles of their feet and the calves of their legs. Through a rift in the smoke, they could see firemen raising a ladder, but the ladder was only a short one taken from the chemical truCk It wouldn't reach. 1983, PATRONIZE YOUR LOCAL MERCHANTS s. "Don't" For A Happy Fourth. OF JULY is a safer FDURTH than it used to be in a great number results still but it of deaths and accidents. The tragedy is that all those accidents and deaths are preventable. You can have a "safe and sane" Fourth that is also an enjoyable Fourth if you'll remember the following list of "don'ts": 1. ' Don't forget that the proof of Fourth of July patriotism is home protection. 2. 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