BEAR RIVER VALLEY LEADER, THURSDAY. PAGE SIX office. Said Oeden check to be made payable to J. Harry Hickman, 55 W. Broadway, in care of COMMISSIONERS Service. Utah State The commissioners granted the re- auest of Mr. Adams and directed County Clerk C. Henry Nielsen to (Continued From Page One) draw the above amount specified. Mr. C. G. Adney, of Corinne, Utah, City, six years; T. L. Davis, Brigham the Department of LiveG. John representing four Wheatley, years; City, Box Elder county fair, of the stock J. John four years; Brigham City, Mrs. appeared and asked the county comtwo years; Garland, Shumway, to place at the disposal of Loan B. Reader, Bngham city, iwo missioners of livestock of the Box the department veaxs. fair, an additional sum Vanez Wilson, superintendent of the Elder county be used as premiums to of money Bird Bear River Migratory rtetuge, Farmer winners Future and for Commissionpresented to the County the Box Elder of the process ers, through County Clerk C. Henry during fair. motion of Comthe Upon county cattle of the condition the Nielsen, missioner Joseph A. Nielsen, and duly guards on the road between Biigham seconded Wilson Mr. by Commissioner John AdCity and the bird refuge. the voting being unanimous, an asked permission to fill the cattle ams, amount of $350 was grant additional or asked that with gravel, guards in above purposes as stated the ed for same. Box Elder County repair the The County Commissioners referred bv Mr. Adnev. County Clerk C. Henry Nielsena this matter to County Road Superinto the county commissioners read tendent T. J. Udy for disposition. from the Southern fa The following registrar and deputy recent letter Road Rail company whereupon comclflc the was approved by registrar ordered tnai uie missioners: Registrar, Eliza Thomp- the commissioners to in this letas referred Poul-secounterpart, Oleta Registrar, son; Deputy in the office record on ter, be placed Brigham. recorder. of Box the county the of The following members Robert H. Stewart, county agriculElder Chamber of Commerce appear tural agent, Hyrum Steffen, assistant Commissioners: ed before the County Good-liffronntv agricultural agent, and Roland Orville Merrell, pres., Chas. district agricultural inspector, Risrbv. Sec. N. L. Hansen and J. W. before the commissioners in appeared Howard. The gentlemen appeared and apof presented a situation prevalent the $1000 quest of confirmation in their office. Mr. Stewart stated set up is which annually propriation work naving in the budget of Box Elder County to that due to additional the activities entailed been on through Peach Day. assist in the displays rnnntv Extension office, it The commissioners confirmed this r.t thA be would necessary to require the serasked further The gentlemen quest part-tim- e stenograanother of front vices the install to along permission to extend over a services said House pher, portion of the County Court of four months period and would entail grounds, and also along the sides court a cost of approximately $160. The to the sidewalks the leading allowed the request of commissioners and agriculhouse, their horticultural and instructed Countural displays, as in previous years. these gentlemen, C. Henry Nielsen to allow Clerk was ty This request granted. to County Clerk C. Henry Nielsen read Mr. Stewart this additional $160 properly a letter from Dr. W. R. Merrell, coun- be placed in his budget by law. as required by ty physician, wherein Dr. Merrell stat advertising addressed to the county A letter ed that because of the increase in the American from commissioners to him made of calls number the by that William company stating the towns surrounding Brigham City, Surety for he felt the commissioners should re- King, Justice of the Peace elect, establish the mileage to 20 cents a the Garland Precinct, had executed mile one way for all calls made out- a bond with their company, but has side of Brigham. After due consider-- ; not qualified for office, was read to ation the commissioners denied Dr. the Commissioners. This company Merrell's request and agreed that the asked the commissioners for authorto cancel the bond as describ present rate was sufficient, in their ization letter. The commissioners the in ed opinion. authorized of County Clerk C. Henry local Amos P. Hansen, manager the PWA office and Wendell Hoopes, Nielsen to notify this company of the commodity disbursing agent for Box cancellation of the bond. A letter addressed to the Box Elder Elder county, appeared before the commissioners and asked if it was County Commissioners with a copy their intent to discontinue the dis- of minutes of a meeting held June 14, tribution of commodities in Box Elder from the Utah State Road Commiscounty in as much as the travel ac- sion was read to the commissioners count of Mr. Hoopes had been discon- by County Clerk C. Henry Nielsen, tinued. These gentlemen stated that said minutes having reference to a many commodities were available for meeting held June 14, 1937 between Box Elder county if transportation the Utah State Road Commission and could be obtained to get them to Brig- the Box Elder County Commissioners ham City. Chairman Dewey stated and said discussion being rrelative to Point road. that in a recent meeting with Mr. A. the C. Burton, Assistant Director of the The following paragraph taken from Utah State Department of Public Wei the minutes as submitted by the State fare that Mr. Burton explained that Road Commission: The problem of the distribution of commodities would necessary equipment for this work not be discontinued, but they would was discussed and the county combe disbursed through other mediums missioners advised that if a satisfacof lesser expense to Box Elder county. tory agreement could be It was thereupon agreed that a meet- worked out, they would be willing ing should be arranged with Mr. Bur- that the county power equipment reton to definitely ascertain modes of quired to do the grading and the disposition for these commodities. A crusher for handling the gravel be meeting was therefore arranged with placed on this work without any renMr. Burton for Wednesday, July 21, tal. This paragraph was the subject at 10 a. m. of a general discussion wherein ComCounty Commissioner John Adams missioner Joseph I. Dewey stated that presented the request of the Utah it was not his understanding that Box State Reemployment service for Box Elder county should furnish the crush Elder county to pay $75 for one year er for handling the gravel to be placed for the protection of Box Elder county on this road without a rental charge. employables on projects out of the It was, however, his understanding JTCT 22. 1937 Traffic Hazards May Be Decreased If Driver PROCEEDINGS OF Cares for Automobile ARE REPORTED ADVENTURERS' CLUB e, Corinne-Promontor- y By FLO 0 Farr.cus H:--- J """"IVE a cheer for the tr.ari-.r- s. a:..! iris and more particu- VJ hrlvj a cheer for Recruiti-- " Ed Abranis of Jamaica, N. Y. You know, it isn't oft?:i t::c? n . cruitin sergeant gets a chance to be a hero. Most of iave performed their acts of valor served their hitches and fnr'-.wars long before they're sent to the cities to sign the beys en ittcd line and put them to at thirty a month and cakos. But Ed Abranis fooled them. War : v: you can't stop VA from doing his bit. He saw some action goin;; :i hm!. !i :e a ni)ij Hevll Dog. he dived right into it head first. It was in January, 1324, ar.d Zi vrz s "Vc.:d in Baltimore, keepIng a sharp eye out for y our.j cf the er ty who vou!d look good . y ; t ! ;!h-wor- . v. : l.-- In a marine uniform. ITe was standing on Baltimore street, at th of Gay, when lie Heard Marine Sergeant Faces Pescs-TimGas Attack. The cries were weak, but Ed kn.'w they catae from men in terror. He'd fought too long In the World war not to know f.w saiind of fear when lie heard It in a man's screaming shout. Ed ho!:t'd i:p '.' street In the direction from which the cries had come but he saw not'.t! lie ran up the block a few steps, and then he spotted it the place f:om whici. those shouts e terror-stricke- n bud come. They had come from a manhole halfway up the block. Something was wrong there. Ed ran to the spot iioked down Into the black recesses below the level of the street. The smell of gas came billowing out of that reeking pit, and down below is half a dozen men. Some of those men lay still quite still. A couple of them were struggling feebly, against the power of the gas, but they couldn't got to their feet, let alone climb the ladder that led up through the top of the manhole. Ed Abrams took one look down into that pit and knew that It was up to him. There wasn't a moment to lose no time to waste calling emer- gas-fille- "If the average motorist would do all in his power to maintain his car in the condition it was furnished him by the manufactlrer, we would see a leveling of the accident curve which always rises at this time of the year," Mr. Ralston points out. "Automobile manufacturers for a number of years have done all in thier power to provide cars that are as safe as possible; that is why today we have safety glass, brakes, better visibility and lighting facilities; Unisteel Turret Top bodies, and other features designed to promote safety. "These features are largely wasted, however, unless they are properly looked after by the driver of the car. And the driver's mental condition, logically enough, is just as important a safety feature as the many mechanical developments introduced by car manufacturers." Mr. Ralston explains that only a very small percentage of serious accidents have been traced by police officials to mechanical failure of vehicles, whereas a larger number have been directly traceable to driver negligence, either at the time of an accident or in not keeping his car in the best possible running order. "The best brakes that automobile engineers have been able to design are of no use to a driver unless he applies those brakes in time," Mr, Ralston admonishes. "Likewise those brakes are of no use to the driver if he has allowed them to become unequal or otherwise out of adjustment or repair." Good braking facilities often are impaired by worn tires or worn brake lingings. Likewise a burned out headlamp often is the cause of a collision. A windshield wiper that worked when the car left the factory is no good if it is allowed to fall into disuse thru negligence. Car windows designed for increased visibility are no good if cluttered with stickers or mud and grease spots. A safe steering mechan- ism improperly adjusted or not prop- erly tightened becomes less safe. Manufacturers have done and are doing all in their power to provide - 1M The year moves across the hatf with the automouvl way mark industry still in the ascendant Figurers figure that more thV4 660,000 cars and trucks will beiw. sembled in June . . . Ford over $26,000,000 in 1936 . stuSS baker stockholders reach new rC ord total of 20.795 . . . if, say, the depression is still her we're not kicking . . . y0U'h see movies of the inside of cylinder in action taken at soon exposures a second they didit through a quartz window est automotive fan we knowoirfil Studebaker buyer Ed Marsh of the Erie County. Pa. Bar.whtf? In 1936 we bought a! only 86 many cars as in 1929, but $700,000,000 less for them Wil fact . . . Cive credit to Chemurev to according Prexy Compton of w I. T. (Chcmurgy? Agriculture plus science plus chemistry) Capital engineers discover the'usa of a vibrator on a cement road Increases strength 10 rjna beauty treatment we approve of . . . Now if they can got an .. for snm nAr,i'. carswe're all set ... - super-hydraul- ic - anti-vibrat- or Teapot Used in 1790 f The teapot did not become pa of a service until 1790, when a l and creamer to match weri added. During the latter part the George III era came matchinf coffee pots, to be followed year. ..i Intpr hv th a rnmnlota en..: kettle and waste bowl of uniform susa-bow- Tr- - V7or-- 1 "Ar..;mP..assarM mscjj.rar- - shek C2 lis; r 3 com : i C. . gp;- . ...in SPOTLIGHh With traffic hazards increased thru out the country during warm weather months due to a larger number of vehicles on American highways, D. E. Ralston, general sales manager of Oldsmobile, emphasizes the importance to the motorist of keeping his car in the best possible running condition. 7 4-- H n, i r the public with safe transportaticfr facilities, Mr. Ralston concludes. Unless safe and conscientious motorist; make the proper use of these modei vehicles, however, the manufacturer's efforts will be largely wasted. "Now is the time of the year far every car owner to look to 'his c$t, to see that it is in the best possible' running condition. Not only will tilja provide him a safer automobile bit it will in many instances save livi-and future hospital repair bills I j ' Q Gas Came Billowing Out of the Reeking Pit gency squads. Down at the other corner a traffic cop was directing streams of traffic. Ed yelled to hhn waited until" he was sure the cop had heard him and seen his frantic gesture, then he dived down Into the reeking hole. Police Reinforce the Marines. the corner, the cop Traffic Officer Joe Waechter heard Ed's summons and came on the run. When he got to the spot, Ed already had a man halfway up the ladder. He took the fellow from Ed's arms and laid him on the pavement Ed went back for more. The gas was pretty terrible down there. It had laid out the men who were working there before they had time to get out. Ed tried holding his breath, breathing as little of the poisonous fumes as possible, but he couldn't do that very long. He got a second man out, and went back for the third. The third man was pretty hard to get, for Ed was growing weaker every second. Even Officer Joe Waechter, up there In the open air, was getting weak from the gas that came up through the open manhole. Ed went back and got a fourth man, but It was Just about all he could do to make It. He handed him over to the cop, got him safely to the street above, and then Joe Waechter sort of stumbled and fell flat on his face. He landed on his head, cut a deep gash in his forehead and lay still. The Down on gas had got him. Gas Stalks the Rescuers! &o 50,000 oi Hearty Utah Power Company's fcave sav Fire Laddies Save the Viclir s. customers nit" 9'-rriore than during the -- v. V noO sttwelv e nmsbvusing electricUV When Ed Abrams saw that, he became conscious of a curious, giddy sort of feeling. It was about time he got out of there, he decided. But this time there were a lot of people gathered around the top of the manhole. Somebody else could go down and get the other men somebody who was fresh, and didn't have his lungs full of gas like Ed did. He gripped the ladder and started to climb the rest of the way to the street but somehow those legs of his wouldn't work. He was sleepy very sleepy. His fingers, grasping the rungs of the ladder felt as if they were made of lead. Gradually the fingers relaxed their grip. Ed felt himself falling-b- ack to the bottom of the pit. Then he lost consciousness. An emergency truck arrived on the scene with a clatter of gongs and a shrieking of the siren. They unloaded pulmotors to give artificial respiration to the victims. A bystander tried to get Officer Waeshter away from the manhole and was overcome himself. One man was pronounced dead. Then the fire department arrived with gas masks - extra The firemen went down Into that hole and began ('.ragging out the rest of the victims. They got Ed Abranis put a pulmotor ou him and brought him to again. When It was all over, someone said there was still a man left down there, and Ed started to go down for him. But by that time, a captain of marines appeared on the scene and ordered Ed to stay out of that hole and let the firemen with gas masks do the work. Ed got a letter of commendation from the major general commandant of f :, ji:i now he's got something else coming the Marine corps for that j to him. Ed says he's nil his liTe. ! I - that Box Elder county would furnish the necessary equipment for grading without a rental charge, with the road commission replacing any parts that needed repair after completion, of said prftject. Commissioner Adams stated that he had no understanding as to furnishing the Utah State Road Commission the crusher for handling the gravel without a rental charge, but that due to the misunderstanding between the commissioners of the State Roard Commission and the Box Elder County Commissioners that a medium of the previous price charged and the understanding of the Utah State Roard Commission that an amount of 6 cents per cubic year be charged for crushing gravel. Mr. Ad ams placed this in the form of a motion, said motion receiving no second it was withdrawn by Mr. Adams. Commissioner Joseph A. Nielsen made the motion that due to the misunderstanding, a price of 8 cents per cubic yard be charged the State Road Commission for the use of the crusher, miu icie muuon oi air. xsieisen receiving no second, was withdrawn. Whereupon Commissioner Joseph I. Dewey made the motion that a Drice of 10 cents per cubic yard be charged, whereupon Mr. Nielsen duly seconded this motion, the commission voting as follows: Commissioner Dewey, aye; Commissioner Nielsen, aye; Commissioner Adams, no. The county commissioners directed County Clerk C. Henry Nielsen to inform members of the Utah State Roard Commission of their decision and a copy of said letter De sent to Mr. Fred Miles in of the Northern District of thecharge Utah State Road Commission. Ford has invented an auto with the motor In the rear. 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