Cut JsiSy AsoSdcsattG Eg Warning Given By FJat'H OaSety . Cmmc2B Suggestive Rules Made For Mc!!Jay Motorists, Cnmpcrs, General Public "July is Anu'iica's v.-n.vi month for acii,!rn,s with that needless sacrifice of lives. This has been shown every year and artk'ularly a year .. in poa.-ftimv 5.n.ii persons per-sons were killed in all accidents, 3.2fli in traffic accidents while one pi rson out of each ir.0 wore injured in-jured which gave a totai e,i .-ju.t-'IO out of the 135,0i 0.0u0 population. These statistics were compiled oy the National Safety Council.- taut J L. Balderston, commissioner of the Department of Law Enforce-Inent Enforce-Inent in suggesting the following safety rules: For the Motorist It will be months before synthetic synthet-ic lubber tires will be available. Hememher those precious tires. Start early and hold the speed down to 40 miles per hour. Check tires and equipment before you start, not after you get out in the hills, miles away from any garage. Don't stop in the middle or the Toad to take a picture or shoot a rabbit. Driving is a full time job. Don't pass cars on hill tops, curves or at intersections. Sound your horn before passing and don't fail to give signals when you are going to turn or stop. Be courteous to your fellow traveler it means safety. For the Public In General One-fifth of all the drownings occur oc-cur in July Excessive heat, overeating over-eating and food poisoning and electric, elec-tric, shock add to the July deaths. "Stay-at-IIomes" have their accidents acci-dents such as falls. Children are numbered among the fatalities particularly par-ticularly with fireworks where there is danger of blindness and infection. in-fection. Firearms, the guns that were not loaded, take a few victims vic-tims on holiday:: a j w ell as during dur-ing the hunting- seasons. For the Pedestrian Walk on the left side side of the road against on-coming traffic. Wear something light at night, a handkerchief or piece of paper. Carry a flashlight or lantern. Stop, look, and listen, before crossing the highway. In cities, cross only at interhections in pedestrian lanes. Do not jaywalk or walk against signals. Take your time. Do not. run. Cross cautiously. For the Camper Prevent forest or ranRe rires. Don't throw live matches, cigar or cigarette stubs or hot pipe ashes into dry grass or pine needles. If you are going to build a camp fire clear a place of weeds and grass before building a fire and don't make it any larger than in necessary. nec-essary. Never build a fire against trees or logs. He sure tne rire is cut when you leave the camp. Nature Na-ture gave the forests and the government gov-ernment built the convenient camps for the public. Help to keep Die camps clean and preserve them. If you dim-over n lire, put it out if possible. If the fire H loo big for you to handle get word to the forest ranger or .some law enforcement officer as soon as possible. pos-sible. If you are lost, don't lose your head, but keep cool. Give three blasts from your auto born or fire three idiots. If at night, gel to a high point and give three flashes with a flash light or build three small fires in a clear opening. open-ing. The code of the forests is three signals. When you give the signals don't move around, slay in one Kpol until your signals have been answered ,v c.hols or flashes.